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New Player's Guide to Shared Research - Czechoslovakia Tech Tree


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Private_Public #1 Posted Jan 25 2019 - 12:28

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Howdy ladies and gents!

 

There is a point that I have spent the past few weeks hammering over and over. This point being: that for ALL players, newbies and veterans alike, that it is very important to consider the benefits of Shared Research. Tanks that share module research with other tanks will help any player in their grinds. The grind speed of alternative branches in the same tree - or even the speed of researching in the same branch - can be sped up tremendously with shared research.

 

Today, I am going to cover the Czechoslovakia Tech Tree. Considering that there is only 1 branch of tanks currently in the game for this nation, that in itself makes it hard to recommend this tree to a new player. The reasoning for this is thus - shared research doesn't go very far, here. As you look through the charts below, I am quite sure you will notice how comparatively little shared research this tree has in its only branch. However, there are definitely some gems in this tree that are often considered by many to be great fun to play, such as the Tier 3 LT Vz. 38, Tier 6 Skoda T 25, and the Tier 9 Skoda T50. All three of these tanks are definitely worth grinding to and playing in their elite configurations.

 

I will only count shared researches if it is an upgrade from stock for the current tank as listed below. This will be a measure of how many tanks in the same tech tree (including the tank you are on) that you can upgrade and/or help speed up research on if you decide to fully upgrade these components. This is especially true if this is the furthest you have gone in the tech tree to this point and you have researched no other branches yet in this tech tree. Also, keep in mind, in some cases, an upgrade/shared research on one tank is a stock module on the next tank up. For example, the top gun on the Skoda T50 is the Stock gun on the TVP T50/51

 

Tanks in entire tree: 10

 

Tier 2

Tank Number of Tanks it shares modules with Shared Modules
LT vz. 35 Gun = 2 tanks 37 mm Skoda A8

 

Tier 3

Tank Number of Tanks it shares modules with Shared Modules
LT vz. 38 Gun = 2 tanks, Radio = 4 tanks 37 mm Skoda A8, Radiostanice vz. 37

 

Tier 4

Tank Number of Tanks it shares modules with Shared Modules
ST vz. 39 Radio = 4 tanks Radiostanice vz. 37

 

Tier 5

Tank Number of Tanks it shares modules with Shared Modules
Skoda T 24 Gun = 2 tanks, Radios = 3 tanks, Engine = 2 tanks 75 mm Skoda A18, Radiostanice Fu 7, Radiostanice Fu 12, Skoda V12 19.8 liter (450)

 

Tier 6

Tank Number of Tanks it shares modules with Shared Modules
Skoda T25 Radios = 3 tanks, Engine = 2 tanks Radiostanice Fu 7, Radiostanice Fu 12, Skoda V12 19.8 liter (450)

 

Tier 7

Tank Number of Tanks it shares modules with Shared Modules
T-34/100 Gun = 2 tanks, Radio = 3 tanks 100 mm vz. 44S, Radiostanice RM-31T

 

Tier 8

Tank Number of Tanks it shares modules with Shared Modules
TVP VTU Gun = 2 tanks, Radio = 3 tanks 100 mm vz. 44S, Radiostanice RM-31T

 

Tier 9

Tank Number of Tanks it shares modules with Shared Modules
Skoda T 50 Gun = 2 tanks, Radio = 3 tanks 100 mm AK1, Radiostanice RM-31T
 

Edited by Private_Public, Jan 25 2019 - 16:19.


Private_Public #2 Posted Jan 25 2019 - 17:09

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small bump since I posted early this morning, and players may have missed it.




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