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Should wheeled vehicles tip over easier?

  1. Yes (24 votes [68.57%])

    Percentage of vote: 68.57%

  2. No (9 votes [25.71%])

    Percentage of vote: 25.71%

  3. They are already perfect (2 votes [5.71%])

    Percentage of vote: 5.71%

Should wheel hits be equivalent to tracking

  1. Yes (23 votes [71.88%])

    Percentage of vote: 71.88%

  2. No (7 votes [21.88%])

    Percentage of vote: 21.88%

  3. They are already perfect (2 votes [6.25%])

    Percentage of vote: 6.25%

Should they have worse mobility on snow and muddy surfaces

  1. Yes (28 votes [82.35%])

    Percentage of vote: 82.35%

  2. No (5 votes [14.71%])

    Percentage of vote: 14.71%

  3. They are already perfect (1 vote [2.94%])

    Percentage of vote: 2.94%

Should the auto-lock on aiming be changed?

  1. Yes (22 votes [68.75%])

    Percentage of vote: 68.75%

  2. No (9 votes [28.12%])

    Percentage of vote: 28.12%

  3. Its already perfect (1 vote [3.12%])

    Percentage of vote: 3.12%

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Herr_Apotheker #1 Posted Dec 09 2019 - 04:14

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Santa wishlist: wheeled vehicles actually tip over, be hit in wheels and disabled, have poor performance on soft surfaces and lose autolock function.

 



HOTA_CHATON #2 Posted Dec 09 2019 - 04:40

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You forgot to include:

Should wheeled vehicles be removed from the game?  (yes)

If wheeled vehicles can't be removed from the game, should they be nerfed to match all other existing light tanks? (yes)

 

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tod914 #3 Posted Dec 09 2019 - 04:42

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A rebalance is in order.

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VooDooKobra #4 Posted Dec 09 2019 - 04:42

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View PostHOTA_CHATON, on Dec 08 2019 - 20:40, said:

You forgot to include:

Should wheeled vehicles be removed from the game?  (yes)

If wheeled vehicles can't be removed from the game, should they be nerfed to match all other existing light tanks? (yes)

 

Thank you and have great night.

so should the tier 6 be buffed then to the same level as tracked light tanks?

 

i can live with wheelies if they fixed the HE hit box on the wheels.  that to me is the biggest issue with the tier 8 premie and tiers 9 and 10.  tiers 6,7,8 tree wheelies are not much of an issue



Devil__Anse #5 Posted Dec 09 2019 - 05:15

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wish list:

 

MM that isn't trash

reduction in RNG/dispersion to a non-asinine level

matches that last longer than 4 mins

complete removal of in-match stats (not this pointless change they are proposing)

new maps (like more than once every 18 months)

 

 



SquishySupreme #6 Posted Dec 09 2019 - 07:23

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In real life the EBR had a 180 HP engine.  Acceleration was identical to the EVEN 90(in-game currently).  The EVEN 90 had a 250HP engine in real life and a power to weight ratio of almost double of in-game.  The acceleration values were essentially reversed for these two tanks because of "reasons".  The issue is NOT that the things are broken but that they accelerate like a Ford Raptor when they were designed in the 50s and should accelerate like a 50's sedan.

Edited by SquishySupreme, Dec 09 2019 - 07:24.


tod914 #7 Posted Dec 10 2019 - 02:17

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View PostSquishySupreme, on Dec 09 2019 - 01:23, said:

In real life the EBR had a 180 HP engine.  Acceleration was identical to the EVEN 90(in-game currently).  The EVEN 90 had a 250HP engine in real life and a power to weight ratio of almost double of in-game.  The acceleration values were essentially reversed for these two tanks because of "reasons".  The issue is NOT that the things are broken but that they accelerate like a Ford Raptor when they were designed in the 50s and should accelerate like a 50's sedan.

 

I'm guessing the real EVEN 90 wasn't designed around prenatal sized crew members too.



SquishySupreme #8 Posted Dec 10 2019 - 23:07

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No, it was actually 3/4 of the size in WoT.  The size of a Honda Civic - just barely enough space to fit three crew.  Technically it would be classified as a tankette.  Unlike the other tanks used at the time, it had a *gasoline* engine with a supercharger instead of diesel and ran around like a small car - much faster acceleration than a typical tank as well as much less weight.

Note the size in the third picture on the sidebar - those are 1950s microcars next to it.  

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ELC_project

https://tanks-encyclopedia.com/elc-even/
Quite possibly the smallest post WWII tank ever made.
" The vehicle featured a 5-shot drum autoloader, with a reload time of two seconds between each shot. Twenty-five shells were carried in an ammunition locker in front of the gunner, in addition to the five already loaded in the autoloader." 

Edited by SquishySupreme, Dec 10 2019 - 23:09.


Herr_Apotheker #9 Posted Dec 11 2019 - 01:19

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So, has anyone ever witnessed a WV tip over? My T50-2 is quite tippy. Anyway. The subject of vastly reduced performance on snow or mud vs. tracks should be strongly considered. Why do snow-cats have tracks? Duh because such small wheels sink in snow.

 

 

 

 

 







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