Apparently, some of your employees have been taking my tanks out for some joyrides. I try to keep them garaged and when I take them out and they do get damaged, I pay a lot of good silver to keep them in tip-top shape. As you can imagine, this is sometimes quite expensive in silver.
My repair crews assure me that they have fixed everything and the tanks work fine, but they look too worn with all the fender benders the WG employees are apparently putting in the tanks on their joy rides. I just had a tank repaired and I look at it and the fender is bent. I would be willing to pay my crews to hammer these out, but they said something something union, something something contract, something something break.
Seriously though, the fender benders don't look that good.
Things getting bent up in the midst of battle is cool, but can I have a tank in the garage and the beginning of battle that doesn't look like it just finished a demolition derby? And I am not saying no wear and tear. The ISU-152 has good looking wear as does the back of the KV-4 (but not the front with that big dent). Some of these tanks look like their frame is bent (looking at you Type T-34).
It seems all the high tier Americans have bent fenders now, which they did not use to have.
I have more pics saved here if you want them, but I am pretty sure you know what the tanks look like.
So while I do appreciate the art department's hard work to make the tanks look very realistic. If you could ask them to tone down the non-battle joyriding and fender bending, I would love it. If you added in-battle-damage, that would be great too. Many Thanks!