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Iron_Soul_Stealer #7961 Posted Apr 11 2020 - 06:35

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This place is like a ghost town now....:confused:

I remember a lot of people used to post here in this forum, but not anymore. Where did everybody go..?

 



Sherminator98 #7962 Posted Apr 11 2020 - 14:10

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View PostIron_Soul_Stealer, on Apr 11 2020 - 00:35, said:

This place is like a ghost town now....:confused:

I remember a lot of people used to post here in this forum, but not anymore. Where did everybody go..?

 

 

Easy enough-the game is 10+ years old and there isn't much else they can do with it to keep peoples interest. Lots of moved on to the next shiny thing. 

 



Iron_Soul_Stealer #7963 Posted Apr 12 2020 - 02:19

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View PostSherminator98, on Apr 11 2020 - 08:10, said:

 

Easy enough-the game is 10+ years old and there isn't much else they can do with it to keep peoples interest. Lots of moved on to the next shiny thing. 

 

 

^...Interesting point.

 

I think there might still be something they can do with the game to keep it interesting. I'd like to see a nice historical based PvE mode {like they already have in World of Warships}, all the way up to tier 10. I'd love to be able to dust off my higher tier tanks and practice against some super smart AI tank bots, while still being able to earn some decent credits and XP and increase my crew skills. It's not like the devs don't have the time to implement a wot PvE mode now. All we have is time...

 

 

 



ZYKLOP_ #7964 Posted Apr 26 2020 - 11:21

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Why don't NA acknowledge ANZAC Day?

 

New Zealand and Australian troops have alsways been there right beside soldiers from the USA at every conflict since World War One.

 

On the ASIA and ANZ servers there is recognition of the day.

 

There is usually some sort of mission reward of a suitable nature.



Iron_Soul_Stealer #7965 Posted Apr 29 2020 - 05:10

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View PostZYKLOP_, on Apr 26 2020 - 05:21, said:

Why don't NA acknowledge ANZAC Day?

 

New Zealand and Australian troops {<-- don't forget Canadian troops} have alsways been there right beside soldiers from the USA at every conflict since World War One.

 

On the ASIA and ANZ servers there is recognition of the day.

 

There is usually some sort of mission reward of a suitable nature.

Would this NA mission also involve a lot of accidental friendly fire..? ....:unsure: Yikes!

I wouldn't get too close. Just saying....

 

 



Iron_Soul_Stealer #7966 Posted May 25 2020 - 06:30

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Thank you for this, Nick, and Wargaming.net. It is long overdue, but it is still appreciated. 

 

 

 

 



Kornilov #7967 Posted May 26 2020 - 02:20

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I would like to take this opportunity to point out that Canada has plans to invade the US and A.

 

Something the ANZACs have never done.



Iron_Soul_Stealer #7968 Posted May 26 2020 - 07:02

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Thanks again for the Salute, Nick. I hope you and your family are doing well. Take care.

 



The_Chieftain #7969 Posted Jun 01 2020 - 17:58

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We're doing fine, thank you.

 

We have enough trouble keeping up with events in just our own area of responsibility. When ANZ was part of the NA server cluster, we did have events commemorating, to include our first ever charity drive which saw me fly to ANZ to hand-deliver cheques to the RSA and Legacy. 






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