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Sw1ss_Ch33ze #1 Posted 02 September 2018 - 04:52 PM

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Ok, other than the inevitable "you suck" posts, check out my replay if you will.  Go to 4 minutes or even 3 minutes remaining, and tell me where the E100 was when he killed me, and how he was unspotted.

 

Thanks for your consideration.

http://wotreplays.eu...33ze-strv_103-0



vixu #2 Posted 02 September 2018 - 05:20 PM

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he  probably was at/around that shelf where tds are camping at the beginning of the battle. At least there is a clear shot from there. E100 has better view range then your td. just compare them in the game comparison.

Since you were standing at the open, he was able to outspot you.

Edited by vixu, 02 September 2018 - 05:23 PM.


OreH75 #3 Posted 02 September 2018 - 05:22 PM

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Even with a replay people still manage to tell lies..there is no E100....  edit: ah you mean the jageruuuuuu

Edited by OreH75, 02 September 2018 - 05:23 PM.


Sw1ss_Ch33ze #4 Posted 02 September 2018 - 05:29 PM

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Yea I mean the jag100, the damage direction indicates the shot came from directly up the bluff to my right, I'm not suggesting anything nefarious, just was a bit baffled. 

SevernaSnaga #5 Posted 02 September 2018 - 05:30 PM

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Git gud.

Jokes aside, he was in hiding and you were in open.

$hit happens



Solstad1069 #6 Posted 02 September 2018 - 05:32 PM

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He must have hit you from D3 area like said above, the regular TD camp area, but then i found it strange he is driving up the hill when visable on your radar, but that makes sence because he must have thought your teammate skorpion was on other side of map. Then turned when skorpion after all was on your side. No idea why he spots you and you never spots him, but since you already where spotted a few seconds earlier he was preaimed.

Sw1ss_Ch33ze #7 Posted 02 September 2018 - 05:45 PM

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View Postvixu, on 02 September 2018 - 05:20 PM, said:

he  probably was at/around that shelf where tds are camping at the beginning of the battle. At least there is a clear shot from there. E100 has better view range then your td. just compare them in the game comparison.

Since you were standing at the open, he was able to outspot you.

 

Yea, he way outspots me if he has binocs, but the damage direction indicator, 90degrees on my right flank, oh well just fun to contemplate. Thanks for replies

Bordhaw #8 Posted 03 September 2018 - 09:10 PM

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View PostSw1ss_Ch33ze, on 02 September 2018 - 03:52 PM, said:

Ok, other than the inevitable "you suck" posts, check out my replay if you will.  Go to 4 minutes or even 3 minutes remaining, and tell me where the E100 was when he killed me, and how he was unspotted.

 

Thanks for your consideration.

http://wotreplays.eu...33ze-strv_103-0

 



Joggaman #9 Posted 03 September 2018 - 09:58 PM

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Explaining death, hmmm...

 

Understanding death is such an obsession that it has become a science. A whole community of experts has studied it, drawing on each person’s distinct story to try to get the best possible idea of what death will feel like. Their knowledge isn’t firsthand, but it is drawn from the firsthand experiences of people in palliative care.

“First hunger and then thirst are lost,” says Dr. James Hallenbeck. “Speech is lost next, followed by vision. The last senses to go are usually hearing and touch.”

Usually, it doesn’t hurt. When death is slow and natural, the scientists say, there is no distress. Our perception, Dr. David Hui says, gets weaker as we die. “You may or may not even be aware of what’s happening.”

Dr. Jimo Borjigin says that seeing a light is common. “A lot of cardiac arrest survivors describe that during their unconscious period, they have this amazing experience in their brain,” she says. “They see lights, and then they describe the experience as ‘realer than real.’ ”

What comes after that light, though, is the one thing we can’t know. “Most dying people then close their eyes and appear to be asleep,” says Dr. Hallenbeck. “From this point on . . . we can only infer what is actually happening.”






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