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Is Tier V what separates noobs from pros?


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anonym_S9FqB4aiEvk3 #21 Posted 29 February 2016 - 11:27 PM

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Nah tier 3 already shows that people are noobs when they did nothing about enemy capping the base on fort dispair

 

Oh btw this a game that I played, I play mostly on asia server



BogyOne #22 Posted 01 March 2016 - 09:34 AM

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OP, you mixed willingness to pay cash to save your time with skill in game. Gap is there to make you impatient and spend cash.

eliasdepelias #23 Posted 08 March 2016 - 11:54 AM

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I agree that tier 3-4 can learn you some usefull skills, but they are not really representative for the game from tier 5 and upwarts.

The lower tiers have different tanks, different tactics and different gameplay. No real heavy tanks, no slow armored turtles. No longe range accurate sniping guns. The whole flow of the game changes when you go up the tiers.

I would rather suggest no to go above tier 7 to fast, rather than keep hanging on in tier 4. And play some different russian lines to start with, those are the easy ones;

For me, I needed to see whats happening at tier 7-9 before I realised what was required, and only then I got to go back to tier 3-5 to poractice some skills.

And going up the tiers and unlocking new tanks is fun.

And thats what this game is supposed to be, having fun.






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