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rhm pzw lite tank help

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vonSadus #1 Posted 22 November 2017 - 01:33 PM


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Hi all,

I need help/advice on how to use this tank. In all honesty, I am aware that I am no good player (in general) but my stats in this tank are worse than catastrophic. Not that I am after stats, but want to improve and not be a burden for my team. and more important to start enjoying driving this tank.


I tried active scouting, but get hited too often, even at full speed. Also give passive scouting a go, but seems like camo on this thing is not that good (or it is its size). Any advice will be highly appreciated.


Equipment: rammer, optics, vstab 


Commander: BIA, 6th sense, situational awareness 65%

Gunner: BIA, camo, snapshot 65%

Driver: BIA, camo, smooth ride 65%


Thank you in advance

geoff99 #2 Posted 26 November 2017 - 09:55 PM

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Play another tank; t10 lights are generally underpowered and difficult to play; the rhm pzw is the weakest of the lot.

If you insist on playing then
i. Get camo on all 3 crewmen. This is essential. Much more important than increasing view range.
ii. Accept that your stats will be crap.
iii. Watch and learn from LT expert Ilya Red on YouTube.

iv.  Use chocolate

Edited by geoff99, 26 November 2017 - 09:57 PM.

vonSadus #3 Posted 26 November 2017 - 11:00 PM


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Thank you for the input - I will try with chocolate. This is a personal challenge now, so I will try a bit more. Gun is so unreliable and I am finding very hard to be useful asset to my team. Although I am not good player - this is somewhat humiliating. Also, those almost constant flip overs makes me wanna cry.

Edited by vonSadus, 26 November 2017 - 11:15 PM.

HM_Kaiser #4 Posted 19 December 2017 - 09:23 AM


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With the new physics, driving lights is more "world of hovercrafts", slowing down is often required to not flip. And avoid rocks at all cost, they are a launching tube for lights.

+1 for Ilya Red channel :-)

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