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Ending of WOT career for good...

WoT career end.

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del501767825 #1 Posted 28 October 2013 - 09:57 PM

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With a heavy heart, I am ending my "career" in the WoT.

Once I wiped the account , for similar reasons as now , the lack of time , lack of interest in the game and frustration with team mates.

I've committed a mistake, because i wished in time to play again.
I started from scratch , with little knowledge gained through approximately 9,000 battles, and here I managed to get to over 20,000. ( again mistake to start to play again )

Now i have a similar situation as before, the game became unplayable.

Excessive lags and i am unable to play as i used to, frequent nerfing and overall current imbalance of the game.
Pandering to a growing base of so called "players" consisting of plants bots afkers brain-dead zombies and similar, who are destroying a little of fun that the game might offer. Not to say over and over same mode with same maps...

Not to say carpal syndrome is slowly becoming pain in a55...

I was thinking to freeze account, gift him, but i put too much effort into the game to give to play to anyone but me.

Older i am, and how my children grow, I have less and less time, and the little that I have i want to enjoy in game.
With WoT, it has become almost impossible. Too many times I've had a fight with my wife, too many times yelling at son for no reason because i get angry in a stupid game, tallied with pair of codes and pixels and ruined by...

Never again .The game is software made ​​for fun, and to me the game is hobby that followed me over the years but here in WoT fun is no more.

Ticket was sent for hard wipe. Good luck everyone and have fun where I no longer have one.

Account is deleted with nice sum of gold, free xp, silver, and tanks in top setups...

I only regret deleting is not easier.


TD: STUG III, HELLCAT, SU-100y, ISU-bl10, objekt 268;
Heavy: KV-1, Churchill Ill, T1 heavy, KV-1s, Black Prince, IS-3, M103, IS-4, IS-7;
Medium: M4 Sherman, Cromwell, T-34-85, M48, M60 = 41% WR;

Light: T1 Trollingham, MS-1, pz38h(f), Tetrarch, T-127, L2P, Valentine, Crusader, T-50, T-50-2, ELC...

http://www.planetwot...e=Tomyslav&d=eu

http://www.noobmeter...slav/501767825/

http://wot-dossier.a.../dossier/538157


Greeting and salute to all colleagues , " friends", guild and guild`s i played in, and every good soul.

I hope i was in help at least to 1 player and that i helped at least 1 person to play better and enjoy more in game.

goodbye

Zbogom prijatelji.

creator__ #2 Posted 28 October 2013 - 10:03 PM

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Goodbye

StatPadder #3 Posted 28 October 2013 - 11:39 PM

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An account wipe won't delete your prem tanks and gold if u wish to return one day.

Good luck

sword_of_Damocles #4 Posted 29 October 2013 - 11:26 AM

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All the best in real life tomislav!Don't abandon forums at least!
Come and say hi now and then!
Cheers!!! :honoring:

Arkhell #5 Posted 29 October 2013 - 12:14 PM

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yelling at people IRL because this game and it's "player base" get's you rieled up...


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nothing worse then playing a game and giving it your all and then see it trown away by some random people that should never of installed a pvp game to begin with. this is the only game that makes me rage to the max.

no_name_cro #6 Posted 29 October 2013 - 12:51 PM

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Another veteran goes... Good luck in future plans.

Bert_the_Cosh #7 Posted 29 October 2013 - 01:10 PM

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It is sad to read of a grown person/people rant and whin over a game. From a professional view point (retired) it shows extreme emotional issues or issue that need addressing professionally.

Regardless of how much a game costs or how much potential gaming pleasure we see it holds, it should not cost us our peace of mind or our dignity.

Putting a game before our family, bursting into rage are both signs of stress and a lack, often of self fulfilment elsewhere in our lives. Therefore it is not always wise to expose our failing publically.

I am glad this chap has decided to retire from wot and release appropriate time for his family. Well done. It is after all, 'Only a game'. Real life should be embraced.

Games because they are games should make us laugh and if they do not, abandoned!

Good Luck Tomyslav, Good Luck to you all.

_SgtBomber_ #8 Posted 29 October 2013 - 01:46 PM

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View Postziggybass, on 29 October 2013 - 01:10 PM, said:

It is sad to read of a grown person/people rant and whin over a game. From a professional view point (retired) it shows extreme emotional issues or issue that need addressing professionally.

I think you should not go in there Ziggybass.. Yes I have yelled and I have heard ppl neglecting their families in TS zounds of times!! That's just the way it goes if you want to take this serious or do you think they say in Tesla and other pro clans "yes let's give 'em the territories and we go change dipers and do some lego castles"... Yes I might have some issues with my temper (2 broken PC's) but I never had it with ANY other game than this 1.

Tomyslav I feel you man and I truly believe that erasing all this will make you feel alot better in the end.. All that pressure for grinding and doing good for clan/stats/yourself and others expectations maan that's not just healthy. I have seen myself saying in tier 1 matches: "you can still uninstall the game, it will ruin your life"  :teethhappy:

With small doses this thing might be amusing and nice entertainment but in the top I believe that's prerry much  :amazed:

AndyScouser #9 Posted 29 October 2013 - 02:05 PM

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Good luck mate, you sure have mastered this game and have certainly put the hours in.  I can totally understand your frustration and reasoning for this move, I question the reasons I play too myself..  maybe this 42/7 thing will help many top of the game players avoid the random madness we all endure (for fun?)

Onwards and upwards, buy a few fishing rods and get out there with your kids.

no_name_cro #10 Posted 29 October 2013 - 02:21 PM

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View Postziggybass, on 29 October 2013 - 01:10 PM, said:

It is sad to read of a grown person/people rant and whin over a game. From a professional view point (retired) it shows extreme emotional issues or issue that need addressing professionally.

Regardless of how much a game costs or how much potential gaming pleasure we see it holds, it should not cost us our peace of mind or our dignity.

Putting a game before our family, bursting into rage are both signs of stress and a lack, often of self fulfilment elsewhere in our lives. Therefore it is not always wise to expose our failing publically.

I am glad this chap has decided to retire from wot and release appropriate time for his family. Well done. It is after all, 'Only a game'. Real life should be embraced.

Games because they are games should make us laugh and if they do not, abandoned!

Good Luck Tomyslav, Good Luck to you all.
Watch out we got Sigmund Freud over here.

Tall_Toot #11 Posted 29 October 2013 - 02:39 PM

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Rock on Tommy - all the best for the future, and your well observed comments will be missed.

It takes guts to admit to it's effecting your life, and even more to do something about it. Good luck sir!!

Soft_Kitty_Warm_Kitty #12 Posted 29 October 2013 - 02:49 PM

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Best of Luck for the future and may your next hobby give you more fun, joy and fulfilment.
Enjoy your time off and relax, you have been a guiding player to many and I have read many of your threads with enjoyment.

Edited by PaganWarrior, 29 October 2013 - 02:49 PM.


Black_Mamba24_ #13 Posted 29 October 2013 - 02:58 PM

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goodbye, it was nice to play plt sometimes with u and 8oj4n

DmitryLavrinenko #14 Posted 29 October 2013 - 03:30 PM

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Wtf  :sads:

andriy_srb #15 Posted 29 October 2013 - 04:10 PM

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:honoring:

Josip666 #16 Posted 29 October 2013 - 05:29 PM

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Cya m8. Gl in future.

Xanthos117 #17 Posted 29 October 2013 - 05:30 PM

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Goodbye ex comrade (back from the times in BE) and good luck. You were one of the first players in this game from which I was able to learn some tricks ;)
To bad You never give E-25 a chance, knowing Your play style it could bring You some more fun (at least it my case it worked when almost all fun was lost).

Edited by Xanthos117, 29 October 2013 - 05:34 PM.


Jo_Munja #18 Posted 06 November 2013 - 07:59 AM

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good luck in future mate

Xirnev #19 Posted 06 November 2013 - 09:41 AM

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You know you could just stop playing and then come back later if you wished without all the drama. :sceptic:

BodyGuardOfLies #20 Posted 06 November 2013 - 09:52 AM

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I don't recall ever coming across you in battle but your forum posts have always been insightful and I shall miss them.


I wish you the best of luck with the kids and you should take time with them because they grow up so quickly.

Good luck for the future.




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