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Old 2013-01-04, 14:38   Link #1341
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How far would the theoretical Japanese line go?
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Old 2013-01-04, 14:45   Link #1342
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How far would the theoretical Japanese line go?
What, I didn't know you play WoT!? You should join us!!

But I imagine the Japanese line would go up to Tier X like every other line in the game.

You know the funniest thing in the game is that the French got an entire tech tree to work with... even if their faction got knocked out cold in 1940...

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Old 2013-01-04, 15:16   Link #1343
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How far would the theoretical Japanese line go?
For one of the medium lines, STB-1 will be the Tier X tank.
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Old 2013-01-04, 15:16   Link #1344
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all i know is their L/MT is weaker armor, more maneuverable, and smaller version of german mid.

their M/HT line is soviet HT tank but with crazier gun and weaker armor.

oh and Type 61 and STB-1 (Type 74 proto) for tier 9 and 10 which make it the most advance tank in WOT

overall they are small tank with big gun. probably like US turret TD
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Old 2013-01-04, 15:52   Link #1345
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x2 is the normal amount, x5 was due to Holiday special.
If you check Trigon's screenshot you'd notice that he has x3 daily bonus for today, while Europe only has the x2 bonus today.

I also believe US got the x5 daily bonus on the first week of the Holidays while Europe only had x3. What gives.
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But I imagine the Japanese line would go up to Tier X like every other line in the game.

You know the funniest thing in the game is that the French got an entire tech tree to work with... even if their faction got knocked out cold in 1940...

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And their tree is more extensive than the British too although I'm guessing they'll add British SPGs and TDs later. Still it's a very noticeable gap in-between the first four French tiers (tanks based on Trench warfare philosophy) and every thing past tier IV (tanks based on mobility)
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Old 2013-01-04, 16:24   Link #1346
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Okay, finally getting a few decent games on the KT in (although so far 75% of the games I do well in I still lose though) but it'll be a while until I dig myself out of this awful win rate. So I shelled out the cash for a Vertical Stabilizer and it's made a huge difference! The math works out to be 1-2 seconds off each shot due to not needing to wait as long to aim, so I've significantly increased my DPM! I've also found wiggling my front like a maniac works surprisingly well.. Seems like everyone and their mother shoots the Germans in the lower glacias..

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Old 2013-01-04, 16:55   Link #1347
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IIRC the T10 Japanese heavy would be a 100t set of boxes with a 100mm gun and like fifty wheels. the Japanese only figured out how to build good tanks after the war was over. I think it probably had something to do with them finally getting the chance to have a look at how the Germans built their vehicles without hostile armies and navies blocking the path of communications.
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Old 2013-01-04, 19:05   Link #1348
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Just got my ELC AMX, entered a battle and surprisingly I was in the top tier.
Two kills and a couple of hits with the stock tank.
Spoiler for size:

What equipment should I get? Coated Optics, Rammer and Vent?
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Old 2013-01-04, 19:23   Link #1349
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What, I didn't know you play WoT!? You should join us!!

But I imagine the Japanese line would go up to Tier X like every other line in the game.

You know the funniest thing in the game is that the French got an entire tech tree to work with... even if their faction got knocked out cold in 1940...

- Tak

I don't. I was just researching the Japanese tanks made during and before the war and found them lacking in many areas. Most designs are based at least somewhat on the Type 97.

And they have next to no heavy tanks. Though it did make me think how the multi-turreted tanks handle in the game, since the only heavy tanks for Japan listed is the Type 95 and the Type 100 O-I.
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Old 2013-01-04, 19:37   Link #1350
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Just got my ELC AMX, entered a battle and surprisingly I was in the top tier.
Two kills and a couple of hits with the stock tank.
I see that and raise you this:

Spoiler for ELC AMX:
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Old 2013-01-04, 20:30   Link #1351
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Once again, my Medium I was the only one guarding the entire right flank. I ended up being the most effective tank overall in that battle.
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Old 2013-01-04, 20:51   Link #1352
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Finallllllly after days of grinding creds I managed to buy the Cromwell only to discover an hour later that tomorrow its getting discounted 50% for this resupply special event......

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Old 2013-01-04, 21:03   Link #1353
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meanwhile on other news

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Originally Posted by Arnold Schwarzenegger takes his own personal tank out for a spin
Arnold Schwarzenegger owns his own tank. Because of course he would.
If any private citizen was going to possess their own tank, obviously it would be Arnold Schwarzenegger. But it’s not just for joy rides and smashing cars – though he did drive me around on it, and he did roll over and flatten an old clunker with it. It’s a tank that does have personal meaning to him, and he uses it for an altruistic purpose.
The tank in question in an M47 Patton. Produced between 1951 and 1953, the 50-ton behemoths are still in service across the globe 60 years later. And Schwarzenegger told me and an assembled group of around 15 journalists on Friday that this was “exactly the very tank that I drove in the Austrian Army when I was 18 years old.”
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Old 2013-01-04, 21:36   Link #1354
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I was going to say he is rather large for a tanker, but then I was thinking of Soviet tanks, not American tanks.
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Old 2013-01-04, 22:26   Link #1355
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And they have next to no heavy tanks. Though it did make me think how the multi-turreted tanks handle in the game, since the only heavy tanks for Japan listed is the Type 95 and the Type 100 O-I.
Multi-turret functionality was planned as an update for the game, though it still hasn't been implemented. Still, there are already multi-turret/weapon tanks in the game, like the M3 Lee and the T-28. They can just choose which turret to make operational and stick to it until they implement the feature.
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Old 2013-01-04, 22:30   Link #1356
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I'll just say, be prepared to be surprised. If WG goes all out, we might be seeing THREE Japanese medium lines.
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Old 2013-01-04, 22:42   Link #1357
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I'll just say, be prepared to be surprised. If WG goes all out, we might be seeing THREE Japanese medium lines.
Sure if they have enough tank
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Old 2013-01-04, 23:14   Link #1358
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I'm not kidding. Of course it's likely that there'll be only one line up to the Type 4 Chi-To (Tier 6), but that's where things might get very interesting.
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Old 2013-01-04, 23:45   Link #1359
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Other than T-25, Is there other premium tank that people here want to recommend? I'm looking for more Tier 1-5 premium tank.

Is premium SPG "105 leFH18B2" good? Comments on wot forum about it are mixed.
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Old 2013-01-05, 00:07   Link #1360
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I hear the Churchill III's a rather good Tier V premium, though like any other Churchill its playstyle gets some time to get used to.

Speaking of premiums though, I love my Super Pershing, aka T26E4. Its mediocre gun isn't much of a problem if you aim right, and you have all the time to aim due to its miraculous spaced armor that completely negates high-damage shots like a sponge (I call it "Black Hole Armor" ). It actually plays rather similarly to the Churchills, except that your armor scheme is superior due to the sloped spaced armor covering most of its front, and you can peek around corners better. A good game with it nets me about 30-40k in profit, more if I do extremely well.
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