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TheUnit_ #1 Posted Oct 23 2019 - 20:59

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I have no words to describe this lol

i did really good in the battle that i lost 2 % of my MOE

https://prnt.sc/pn8lrq

https://prnt.sc/pn8lzg



_Tsavo_ #2 Posted Oct 23 2019 - 21:16

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That particular tanks requirements are insane.  Even a great game can knock one of your previous games out of the equation, say if you knocked out another mega game 100 or so games ago. 

JakeTheMystic #3 Posted Oct 23 2019 - 21:18

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That's just the way the cookie crumbles.

 

Either better players are playing this week or your battle that just rolled off was even better than what you just did (or both)



Atragon #4 Posted Oct 23 2019 - 21:33

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What I am seeing from watching unicum streamers is they resort to that tank when they hit a losing streak.

Harvester_0f_Sorrow #5 Posted Oct 23 2019 - 22:22

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View PostTheUnit_, on Oct 23 2019 - 11:59, said:

I have no words to describe this lol

i did really good in the battle that i lost 2 % of my MOE

https://prnt.sc/pn8lrq

https://prnt.sc/pn8lzg

Its all about how well the others using that tank are doing, not you. They are obviously doing better than that.



death_stryker #6 Posted Oct 23 2019 - 22:50

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It's because of the biweekly MoE expected damage reset. There is no such thing as lowering your MoE by knocking out a better game from your 100-game average, because MoE uses a weighted average that weighs recent games much more heavily than past games.




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