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Perdikkas #1 Posted Jun 21 2019 - 11:28

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hello,

 

I have only ever driven Germans and Swedes.  I love my T15, PzIIIE and Strv 40L.

I am a below avg player but do better in the lights than other classes.

I recently bought the Russian T127 and love it.

I would like to keep trying the Russian lights.

 

Can you advise on Russian light keepers/fun to play.  And crew skills and equip for Russian lights in general

 

thanks for you help



PTwr #2 Posted Jun 21 2019 - 11:40

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For higher tiers LTTB is fun and strong in both random battles and Frontline.

For anti-seal warfare you can try T-26 and T-46, both wield big guns for their size but have no armor in return. Although their playstyle is closer to MT. 

If you want to have tons of fun, get BT. They are a bit insane. If you are insane you can get BT-7 SPG, which is fully insane.

 

Russian LT's tend to be active combatants, so 100% repair is important, but low profile makes them stealthy so full camo is good. 



moogleslam #3 Posted Jun 21 2019 - 13:23

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Not sure about Tier I through IV Russian Lights, but everything from Tier V through X is good to great.

Perdikkas #4 Posted Jun 21 2019 - 14:09

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thanks

 

I was eyeing the BT art.. and the tier VIII premium if it goes on sale again.

 

any to avoid?



Goat_Rodeo #5 Posted Jun 21 2019 - 14:18

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Everything from the LTG on up is a keeper, because being in a miniature T54 that bombs around at 70km/hr, bounces other scouts incoming fire on a regular basis and has Mother Russia RNG makes me giggle....it’ll make you giggle too. 

Edited by Goat_Rodeo, Jun 21 2019 - 14:19.


Perdikkas #6 Posted Jun 21 2019 - 21:40

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Failing miserably with T 50

 

 



QuicksilverJPR #7 Posted Jun 24 2019 - 20:01

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Everything tier 5 and up is great (minus the MT25, as I used to play the old school T-50-2), but I played most of that line when I was a noob and pretty much sucked.  It changed significantly since I ground the line up.

Perdikkas #8 Posted Jun 25 2019 - 10:26

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I finally started to get the hang of the T-50.  at one point I had a win rate of 10% I was about to rage sell, worked it back up to 44%.  I have never done a lot of damage in it but have even able to spot and assist.

 

I think I pass on the Tier VI and work towards the Tier VII.

I still love the T-127 (maybe that means I should try heavies :) )

 



Stugpendous #9 Posted Jun 28 2019 - 06:05

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Low tier russian lights are spotters, they will lose the brawls with a competent not unicum driver of german 1c luchs and leopard almost every time. Train crew for sptotting, equip binocs, nunt arty, avoid german lights. you have permission to feadt on polish low tier lights (most painful grind, are polish and italian lights).

Trakks #10 Posted Jul 04 2019 - 07:59

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LT-432. 'Nuff said. 




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