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Bapple09 #1 Posted 15 December 2017 - 11:23 PM

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As you can see by my stats, I'm ridiculously bad at the game, even after 5,000  of them. Just wondered if there are any recommended particular tank lines which wont bore me as well as teaching me a few fundamental things about the game. Cheers.

ScottishJunky #2 Posted 15 December 2017 - 11:27 PM

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Russian Heavies.

CaptainThunderWalker #3 Posted 15 December 2017 - 11:33 PM

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46% with those tank choices is not that bad as a new player lol. Note that 49% is the average because draws aren't counted, not 50%.

Also, without Sixth Sense it's especially gruesome to play those lines. Sixth Sense is very important and playing tanks that without  armor that aren't SPGs without Sixth Sense is incredibly unforgiving when you are learning this game.

 

Yes, you can't go wrong with Russian heavies. However, in the low and mid tiers there are plenty of fun tanks worth going for.

 

Other low and mid-tier gems:

Tier III: German Panzer Light Tanks (all three of them), Ikv 72 (Sweden).

Tier IV: Ke-Ho (Japan), Luchs (German), Matilda (British)

Tier V: BDR G1B (France), VK 1602 Leopard (German)

Tier VI: O-I (Japan), Cromwell (British)

Tier VII: T29 (American), G.W Panther (German)

 

But with most of these vehicles you will struggle without Sixth Sense, but it's worth noting on Tier III-V your opponents likely won't have it either.

 

 


Edited by CaptainThunderWalker, 15 December 2017 - 11:36 PM.


Erwin_Von_Braun #4 Posted 15 December 2017 - 11:34 PM

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View PostBapple09, on 15 December 2017 - 10:23 PM, said:

As you can see by my stats, I'm ridiculously bad at the game, even after 5,000  of them. Just wondered if there are any recommended particular tank lines which wont bore me as well as teaching me a few fundamental things about the game. Cheers.

 

Personally, I would pick a class first (lights/meds etc)

Then choose a nation.

Other than that, ask 100 different people & you will get 200 different answers.



Erwin_Von_Braun #5 Posted 15 December 2017 - 11:36 PM

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View PostCaptainThunderWalker, on 15 December 2017 - 10:33 PM, said:

46% with those tank choices is not that bad as a new player lol. Without Sixth Sense it's especially gruesome to play those lines. Sixth Sense is very important and playing tanks that without  armor that aren't SPGs without Sixth Sense is incredibly unforgiving when you are learning this game.

 

Yes, you can't go wrong with Russian heavies. However, in the low and mid tiers there are plenty of fun tanks worth going for.

 

Other low and mid-tier gems:

Tier III: German Panzer Light Tanks (all three of them), Ikv 72 (Sweden).

Tier IV: Ke-Ho (Japan), Luchs (German), Matilda (British)

Tier V: BDR G1B (France), VK 1602 Leopard (German)

Tier VI: O-I (Japan), Cromwell (British)

Tier VII: T29 (American), G.W Panther (German)

 

But with most of these vehicles you will struggle without Sixth Sense, but it's worth noting on Tier III-V your opponents likely won't have it either.

 

 

 

I second the motion regarding the VK16.02 & the Luchs.




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