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gamer927 #1 Posted 18 July 2018 - 04:00 PM


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So I have 30€ and I thought of buying a premium that's good in the money maker department but I don't have any idea which one to buy so, could you guys tell me a good tank?

Xclte #2 Posted 18 July 2018 - 04:05 PM


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please dont go and buy a t8 premium with 500 batlles. 

if you realy want a premium tank go for tier 5 like churchill III



gamer927 #3 Posted 18 July 2018 - 04:19 PM


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What about prem account, something to boost the exp, free exp, credits, and crew training?



rustysprite #4 Posted 18 July 2018 - 04:30 PM


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What Xclte said.... but yes, try prem account and see what it does for you. Just by one day to test it first

gamer927 #5 Posted 18 July 2018 - 04:51 PM


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ok, thanks

Awesome_Face #6 Posted 18 July 2018 - 04:58 PM


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The credit making potiential mainly depends on your personal performance with the tank. As such I personally recommend not buying premiums of higher tier than the highest tier of your regular tanks. Otherwise you will find yourself facing unfamiliar enemys and are almost certain to perform poorly.


Only buy a t8 premium if you are confident in your skill with regular t8 vehicles.

Heavy tanks and armored meds are easier/more forgiving .

Lights and light meds require even more experience to get good results with.

Generally it is best to have played a regular same tier tank with similar playstyle before buying a premium tank.


With the Type64 and the T-34-85M you already have two great T6 premiums. So take your time and enjoy the grind through the mid tiers for now.:)


Regarding Premiumtime:

It would certainly boost the xp and credit earning but its possible to get by without it.

I never bought premium-time as I'd rather buy stuff that I can keep (premium tanks) and doesn't run out of time.



In my early days of WoT I used to farm credits with the Pz.III/IV and VK 36.01 H :teethhappy:



Beoger #7 Posted 18 July 2018 - 05:36 PM


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I think you should take it easy.

I have way more battles under my belt than you though I still consider myself a beginner. At the moment, I am also looking for that premium money maker, but wasn't able to decide yet. In the meantime, my Grille is making me good money.


In any case, you should wait and see - watch reviews, read the forums - and make an informed decision. When you have made up your mind as to which tank it's going to be, it pays to wait for special offers. Who knows, maybe you can get the tank of your dreams for 25% off and some premium time to go with it.

Jahpero #8 Posted 19 July 2018 - 08:59 AM


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Hello everyone, 

I moved this thread from Off-topic to the Newcomers section
Players will give you some good advice and furthermore  this thread may also help other players.

Thank you for your understanding and.. Welcome on forums ! :honoring:


Balc0ra #9 Posted 19 July 2018 - 02:40 PM

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View Postgamer927, on 18 July 2018 - 04:19 PM, said:

What about prem account, something to boost the exp, free exp, credits, and crew training?


Crew training can be done in any premium. Not just tier 8's. So pick one based on a class and nation you need on tier 5/6. Take the Churchill III for instance. It has a class balance weight higher then others. So it gets more XP at the end of a game. Thus for most, is a better crew trainer then the IS-6. Since the IS-6 is terribe in the current MM and meta. That and I suspect you have zero knowledge on tier 8+ tank layout, weakspots etc. And damage = credits. And if you can't do the damage, you won't get anything for it. 


You have the T-34-85M that is a good income machine for tier 6, and forgiving at that. So keep playing that instead. Type 64 is not bad either, as it's cheap to run. And farming credits with passive spotting is easy. 

That and considering you only have one tier V and one tier VI. It means you have no need for a tier 8 yet to maintain that kind of income. Your tier 6 prems can maintain and make your enough credits atm to even save up for a tier 7. And if you add premium time on top of that. It will increase the effect of your T-34-85M more. As in more income etc. 




Suurpolskija #10 Posted 19 July 2018 - 07:21 PM


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Since you already have some nice tier6 premiums, Type 64, T-34-85M and Su-100Y I think you're good atm. Get a good number of games and train some crews. Maybe while you're doing that, you can push the tech trees of those premiums. 


Maybe go for T-44 since it leads to plenty of nice mediums. 

Chinese light tanks are ok. At least up to tier8 they're nice and competitive. 

Maybe get the Su-100 which is a nice mid tier TD. 


You can train those crews in your premium tanks. 

mpf1959 #11 Posted 20 July 2018 - 10:36 AM

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T34/85M great tank!

Aria_Company #12 Posted 20 July 2018 - 11:33 AM


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Buy whatever tank you wish, the "buy a low tier because you have a low amount of battles" is nonsensical, the sooner you get to learn a core tier such tier 8 the better it is in the current meta.

Buy the AMX mle.49, it's a well rounded tank and it will be discounted soon

Edited by Aria_Company, 20 July 2018 - 11:37 AM.

malachi6 #13 Posted 20 July 2018 - 03:22 PM

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You do realise when a person tells you not to buy a tier 8. They are saying that for their benefit not yours?  It's your money, not theirs and you should spend it how you see fit.  Especially as there is a sale on premium vehicles atm.


You may struggle to start.  But obviously you can or will improve..

Edited by malachi6, 20 July 2018 - 03:22 PM.

wobblybob #14 Posted 20 July 2018 - 03:54 PM

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People are telling him not to buy Tier 8 tank because he will, as a new player, be thrown in against veteran players and find it very little fun. In addition, because of lack of game knowledge, he will make silly mistakes and suffer a lot of abuse for this. A low tier premium can still earn good to excellent money, is still a good crew trainer, can be used in strongholds and will give opportunity to master game craft. And its cheaper. Finally, the state of tier 8 MM makes these tanks woeful  to play.



Actually OP is a re-roll account. I recommend the WZ 111

Edited by wobblybob, 20 July 2018 - 03:58 PM.

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