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Komonyi #1 Posted 16 April 2013 - 11:35 AM

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Hi there!

Could somebody explain me the logic which is used in this conclusion? I thought about it a lot, but I can't understand how the two statements connect to each other.

I thought I'm not that stupid ( I'm studying in a university, won some math competitions, etc.) but I just can't figure this one out. So thank you very much for any help.

Ronineter #2 Posted 16 April 2013 - 11:39 AM

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Just because some people like to find a reason to make themself feel better above others. I am lookin to your stats and they say there is no reason to call you noob and noob meter says your good.

Edited by Ronineter, 16 April 2013 - 11:44 AM.


PanzyBattalion #3 Posted 16 April 2013 - 11:53 AM

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View PostKomonyi, on 16 April 2013 - 11:35 AM, said:

Hi there!

Could somebody explain me the logic which is used in this conclusion? I thought about it a lot, but I can't understand how the two statements connect to each other.

I thought I'm not that stupid ( I'm studying in a university, won some math competitions, etc.) but I just can't figure this one out. So thank you very much for any help.

It is quite simple, statements like that are never logical, someone who thinks with the most flimsy hold on logic knows there are pleanty of Tier 10's driven like they're a 1st game T1 driver. Just remember, if the word "noob" is used in a statement, you can gaurentee no logic has been used in that though process.

Ewlo99 #4 Posted 16 April 2013 - 11:54 AM

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Most players without tier 10s have not played enough matches to get one. They are noobs in the meaning: newbie.

But you have enough games by far to be able to reach a tier 10, but have decided not to. You avoid the more challenging part of the game. It is not the same as being a bad player (noob), but I could see why some would call you a noob because of that reason.

Live with it, get a tier 10 to please others or just ignore it. I'd go for the third option if I were you.

Superpilotv2 #5 Posted 16 April 2013 - 12:03 PM

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View PostKomonyi, on 16 April 2013 - 11:35 AM, said:

Hi there!

Could somebody explain me the logic which is used in this conclusion? I thought about it a lot, but I can't understand how the two statements connect to each other.

I thought I'm not that stupid ( I'm studying in a university, won some math competitions, etc.) but I just can't figure this one out. So thank you very much for any help.

Just don´t care about statements like that. I´ve seen so much T10´s playing like T1´s so there´s no logic behind this.

Komonyi #6 Posted 16 April 2013 - 12:09 PM

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I know that this statement is stupid, but I'm really curious what thoughts are in someone's head when they say things like that. It's so illogical, that I'm stunned a person how can be so stupid.


View PostEwlo99, on 16 April 2013 - 11:54 AM, said:

You avoid the more challenging part of the game.

Why would it be more challenging? The number of good players is not bigger than in any other tier, the battles are the same, just with different tanks. Only difference is how much credit you profit, but that's easy to compensate with another tank.
Earning enough xp isn't a big deal either, even if you do nothing, you could achieve an average 200xp per battle, with patience any bad player can get a T10.

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You have no TierX, so you are a noob

Nonsense. A lot of tier X players get these tanks from gathered free experience, skipping lower tiers and don't even know how to us these tanks, so...

Noob is an overused word in this game.
Once I was arguing with one player, he said he will check my stats after the battle and when he noticed that I have better stats than him he called me stats noob;
I have killed Ausf. B with my T-50-2 and I was called light tank noob.

I am sure if you would explain people like that that you don't have tier X because you have social life he would call you a real-life noob  :harp:

Don't even try to find any logic in such statements :honoring:

No_One001 #8 Posted 16 April 2013 - 12:28 PM

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I think you shouldn't be bothered by these ppl, they are probably the noobs, looking at your stats youre a Great Player.

BTW teach me how to be a noob as you, I would be honorred.  

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DasNiveau #9 Posted 16 April 2013 - 12:50 PM

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View PostKomonyi, on 16 April 2013 - 11:35 AM, said:

You have no TierX, so you are a noob
I am found of that, it makes me a pro with my JPZ E-100.

No_One001 #10 Posted 16 April 2013 - 01:17 PM

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View PostDasNiveau, on 16 April 2013 - 12:50 PM, said:

I am found of that, it makes me a pro with my JPZ E-100.

You think so you have a tier ten almost industructible TD with a far to big gun like some other TD's Try to do this with a tier 8 tank than you are a pro.

Stats with the JPZ are good but not that good.

Ewlo99 #11 Posted 16 April 2013 - 01:22 PM

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View PostKomonyi, on 16 April 2013 - 12:09 PM, said:

Why would it be more challenging? The number of good players is not bigger than in any other tier, the battles are the same, just with different tanks. Only difference is how much credit you profit, but that's easy to compensate with another tank.
Earning enough xp isn't a big deal either, even if you do nothing, you could achieve an average 200xp per battle, with patience any bad player can get a T10.
I think it is more challenging at tier 10 than say tier 6.
- Based on my own experience the general quality of players are better in tier 10. The difference between tier 10 and tier 8 might not be too noticeable, but the difference between tier 10 and tier 6 are.
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- You can break more or less even without premium on tier 10, or the negative income is so little you don't notise it because you make income on other tanks. That is my experience playing without premium roughly from September 2012-March 2013. I might have had a negative income on tier 10, but I didn't notise it = it was not big. Real problem is you don't make enough credits to buy other tanks (the reason I now have premium again). Tier 10 is more challenging because of economy.
- There is enough of bad players in tier 10s. It is frustrating, because they are often game changers.  :amazed:  Their impact on the game in tier 6 is less important and that make tier 10 more challenging.
But how can you argue the opposite? You have not played any real tier 10 matches... joking! :trollface:

Edited by Ewlo99, 16 April 2013 - 01:27 PM.


BlubbsoR #12 Posted 16 April 2013 - 01:25 PM

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I got one and they still call me a noob  :teethhappy:  So there is no difference actually :amazed:

DasNiveau #13 Posted 16 April 2013 - 01:27 PM

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View PostNo_One001, on 16 April 2013 - 01:17 PM, said:

You think so you have a tier ten almost industructible TD with a far to big gun like some other TD's Try to do this with a tier 8 tank than you are a pro.

Stats with the JPZ are good but not that good.
Just any T10 will make me a pro.

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View PostEwlo99, on 16 April 2013 - 01:22 PM, said:

- There is enough masses of bad players in tier 10s. It is frustrating, because they are often game changers.  :amazed:  
Their impact on the game in tier 6 is less important and that make tier 10 more challenging.


Corrected that one.

On T6 - better players can carry the whole battle, pushing a flank.
On T10 - the challenge is to keep the worse players alive, so there are enough meatshields for yourself ...

OmaiGodman #15 Posted 16 April 2013 - 01:47 PM

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n00b has always been a negative version of newbie. A newbie is someone who's new to a game, while a n00b is someone who sucks and acts like a new player. Nowadays it's mostly used as an insult by idiots who are n00bs themselves and can't think of any smart insult so they'll call other n00bs even though they suck donkey balls themselves.

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View PostEwlo99, on 16 April 2013 - 11:54 AM, said:

Most players without tier 10s have not played enough matches to get one. They are noobs in the meaning: newbie.

But you have enough games by far to be able to reach a tier 10, but have decided not to. You avoid the more challenging part of the game. It is not the same as being a bad player (noob), but I could see why some would call you a noob because of that reason.

Live with it, get a tier 10 to please others or just ignore it. I'd go for the third option if I were you.

nope just the most useless part of the game.

expensive and way to much arty. tier 10's in randoms are pointless they are for clan wars mostly.

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I try not to get that involved (saying names or getting angry), don’t manage always but i do my best. The idea is that is a game. But my advice is that next time just ask - why u call me.....their explanation should be fun ;)

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View PostKomonyi, on 16 April 2013 - 11:35 AM, said:

Hi there!

Could somebody explain me the logic which is used in this conclusion? I thought about it a lot, but I can't understand how the two statements connect to each other.

I thought I'm not that stupid ( I'm studying in a university, won some math competitions, etc.) but I just can't figure this one out. So thank you very much for any help.

Obvious troll is obvious... ya dumbasses!

OmaiGodman #19 Posted 17 April 2013 - 10:26 AM

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No Ceilingcat, even if you're probably right on the trolling, at least announce it by using this picture:

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