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AEG_old_geezer #1 Posted 27 December 2013 - 11:27 PM

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 Su 85, 5 battles and 5 defeats. Everyone says they are on for fun but seriously how can it be fun when they all suicide within 30 seconds and then leave the rest of the team to do the best they can.

 

If you ask them to try harder they just swear at you.

 

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Homer_J #2 Posted 27 December 2013 - 11:44 PM

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Nothing you can do about the idiots in your team, ranting at them will only distract them from what little they can do. Play your game well and you will win more than you lose in the long run.

 

 



Spomenik #3 Posted 28 December 2013 - 12:20 AM

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Log in 4 times today,played 2-3 battles every time and log out......dont have nervs for 5th try

First goes kamikazes 2-3 of them in first 30 sec,then in next 1 min another 5-6 top tiers die and then rest is raped

It realy take skills to die in 20 sec when u are top tear in battle

Y0RICK_EU #4 Posted 28 December 2013 - 12:21 AM

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Remember that the muppets also populate the enemy team so take it slow & smart and you can often turn the tide as a 1-man army. I do it often when I see seas of red rated players...

The key is not to underestimate them. Treat them as pros and thus you will often come out on top. Not always! :)



AEG_old_geezer #5 Posted 28 December 2013 - 12:31 AM

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Don't use xvm so cannot look at enemy.have to rely on the team and if they are [edited]like today then you are doomed.

Spomenik #6 Posted 28 December 2013 - 12:38 AM

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View PostY0RICK_EU, on 28 December 2013 - 12:21 AM, said:

Remember that the muppets also populate the enemy team so take it slow & smart and you can often turn the tide as a 1-man army. I do it often when I see seas of red rated players...

The key is not to underestimate them. Treat them as pros and thus you will often come out on top. Not always! :)

Yes but to be 1-man army u need decent tank for that,i cant fight against 2 or more noobs in paper tank,i can sometimes but all that depend on situation that u are in and that situations are rare. . .What u can do when 3-4 enemy tanks just chrush 2-3 your alies and they are rushing at u,circle u.....u can be pro 10x it wont help u,so its all in skill and 80% players dont have skills,especialy in t6- tanks when u play them and thats problem,they just die in first 2-3 min and then u are left alone on one side,and what can u do.....99% nothing



Wabbit_Slayer #7 Posted 28 December 2013 - 12:44 AM

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I thought it would become better the higher tier i would go. Got to tier 9 today. Well wasn't i the dumbass:facepalm:

OIias_of_Sunhillow #8 Posted 28 December 2013 - 12:48 AM

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Days ending with a 'Y' are the worst.

skurke #9 Posted 28 December 2013 - 12:49 AM

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I had the most terrible time as of yet last special and my 7day stats haven't recovered yet. I think I lost 8 games in a row with the t-34-2 or something and it was just generally hell. Today was pretty good though, 18 battles 72% WR 2625wn7  4309wn8.

 

Sometimes you are just unlucky with the teams and circumstances. Just keep doing your best and adapt to the situation. If your team does stupid early positioning that you don't agree with you still have to adapt because this is a team game and you can't fight alone so when your pubmates fail to work with you, you have to make the effort to adapt around them.



Gary1701 #10 Posted 28 December 2013 - 12:54 AM

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Gents,

 

It certainly seems the day for the Malinovka kamikaze charge at the start. There's three or four Tier II and III's doing it every game today - all ending predictably. I swapped to my well trained Cruiser III and am having a field day now, between three and five kills last four games. Had to laugh when a T18 facing off against me, expecting an easy kill complained when I switched to APCR and turned the tables on him. Silly sod, what did he expect?

 

Gary



wolfmenseyes #11 Posted 28 December 2013 - 01:07 AM

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I switched to my suicide scout the type 64 its good for letting off steam while the cave dwellers play it out in the x5's and it makes me nice credits.

 

Depends if you like to rush about like a pick shooting HE to **** tier 10's off.


Edited by wolfmenseyes, 28 December 2013 - 01:07 AM.


Akula971 #12 Posted 28 December 2013 - 01:44 AM

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Having a bad day? Getting teams of mutant clown tomatoes? What you need is a nice tier 8 premium tank. You'll still lose, but make a shed load of cash in the process. You then use the cash to buy "nice things" for your lower tier tanks. Nice things like equipment, premium ammo, 110 Gas, Extra combat rations. Then on your good day, you take out your favourite vehicle, pimped out to the nines, and seal club!

 

Might I recommend the JagdTiger 8.8cm, the Lowe or the T26E4 Super Pershing. All nice earners.

 

Don't forget the crew training.



Slind #13 Posted 28 December 2013 - 01:55 AM

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I try to remind myself that if you play well, you'll get some losing streaks but in the end you should win more than you lose. It's hard to remember, today I had 4 defeats in a row with Obj.704 inflicting +4000dmg. It sucks but there's nothing you can do but try your best.

Charliefoxtro_ #14 Posted 28 December 2013 - 02:48 AM

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Yesterday was all the MENSA guys but today was only the idiots..... 

 

I think of the thread title as a  newspaper front page / big letters, "ONLINE IDIOTS TODAY" and laugh, satyrical style.... "more on page 3"

 

Or the 8 o clock news: "This just came in, online idiots ruin mmo game...."

 

 



4runner #15 Posted 28 December 2013 - 02:54 AM

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Sand River, encounter, attacking, three tier IX rest was 7-8, we had two IS-8's and one E75, they camped on the TD hill at A-0  while their tier IX and tier 8 ran around brawling our team until the battle time ran out

ermo87 #16 Posted 28 December 2013 - 02:56 AM

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You never know, if you concentrate on your own game, those who have died before you might spectate you and maybe... juuuust maybe learn a trick or two just from watching you play well. (I know it's pretty darn far fetched, but it eases my mind to think that way). :smile:

dennez #17 Posted 28 December 2013 - 10:57 AM

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5 defeats in a row? That's not a losing streak.. Try a 12 battle losing streak in my AMX 50 100 (and me not ragequitting just to see how bad it could possibly get).. I finally did find out that putting back the keys in your keyboard one by one after throwing it against the wall is surprisingly therapeutic though..

Stal1878 #18 Posted 28 December 2013 - 11:11 AM

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I have played 3 games today and in the very first a Type 58 rammed my T-34/85 off a bridge into a river and I drowned right at the start of the match =/

Ulltussa #19 Posted 28 December 2013 - 11:37 AM

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Its nothing different to any other day and its not the tomatoes fault.

 



Akula971 #20 Posted 28 December 2013 - 01:10 PM

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View Postermo87, on 28 December 2013 - 01:56 AM, said:

You never know, if you concentrate on your own game, those who have died before you might spectate you and maybe... juuuust maybe learn a trick or two just from watching you play well. (I know it's pretty darn far fetched, but it eases my mind to think that way). :smile:

I find your faith in humanity, if one could call it humanity, refreshing, and I'm sure that there will be a very small percentage that will watch what surviving players do and learn. A more likely and often seen scenario is that the survivors will be "told" what to do and "advised" with motivational abuse, from the failures who didn't achieve anything at all. They think that "if only the rest knew what I know, and played like I do, we would rule". However the rest do know what they know, and do play like them, and they did fail, and will keep failing.

The sad thing is that wargaming have designed a game where failure is rewarded, XP is given, and often credits too. Change that and the whole dynamic of the game changes.






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