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SightlessRogue0 #1 Posted 12 October 2018 - 08:00 AM

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Prokhorovka, on the south side.

 

Bad roll out, really bad ... the heavy ones go up the hill and leave the edge of the west side at 2 TD isolated. No need for a dictionary to understand that we are going to be crushed on the west side and that the hill will be caught under a crossfire.

 

I decide with my Tiger 131 to stay west on the base to support the 2 TD isolated and spotting the west side when the TD will be dead. Because I stay close to the base I receive insults but I hold my position despite the baby cries. Finally my reading of the situation and my forecast were accurate, as expected the heavy reds arrived from the west.

 

Even if we lost, thanks to my decision I avoided that our team is flattened in 2 minutes and I silenced the babies who cry by finishing very largely in first place with the sniping at the beginning and the spotting when the 2 td are dead, allowing the artillery on the railroad to work well.

 

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before opening your mouth make sure you do your work ... it will save you from being receive a lesson by the one you insult.


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John Arrowsmith #2 Posted 12 October 2018 - 09:59 AM

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So you camped spawn in a 131,  I'm not surprised  your team was p****d.

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Whenever I've had hate mail from a team mate, it's almost always been the case that the sender simply didn't understand what I was doing or didn't realise that my situation was worse than it appeared at the moment they died and went in search of someone to blame.

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FinlandRed #5 Posted 12 October 2018 - 10:11 AM

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View PostSightlessRogue0, on 12 October 2018 - 08:00 AM, said:

...I decide with my Tiger 131 to stay west on the base to support the 2 TD isolated and spotting the west side when the TD will be dead Because I stay close to the base I receive insults but I hold my position despite the baby cries. Finally my reading of the situation and my forecast were accurate, as expected the heavy reds arrived from the west.

 

Were you top tier? If you were top tier and base camping in the 131 then you were doing it wrong.

 

You should not be supporting the TDs you should be in the front spotting for them to support you with their big guns.

 

The dpm and pen of the 131 causes most opponents to think twice if played properly..



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View PostFinlandRed, on 12 October 2018 - 10:11 AM, said:

 

Were you top tier? If you were top tier and base camping in the 131 then you were doing it wrong.

 

You should not be supporting the TDs you should be in the front spotting for them to support you with their big guns.

 

The dpm and pen of the 131 causes most opponents to think twice if played properly..

 

The 131 is always top tier,  it's the best T8 medium.

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ABAOUIA #7 Posted 12 October 2018 - 10:14 AM

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I was reported for responding vervalt to a TD pushing my TD down the cliff on Ell-Halluf.

My choice of words wassn't the best choice.

But a random teammate (not the TD) went mental on me, cause he thought i was speaking to him.

Afther leaving my position for what it was I still had a good game and saved my teammate from death, he still could not understand the reason why I reacted to the other TD.

1 thing he was right, my choice of words wassn't the best


swimwithwhales #8 Posted 12 October 2018 - 10:56 AM

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*crying. i think craying is something supercomputers do. (finally found my niche. Grammar Police :B)

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spawn campers always come first on a losing team. :child:

 


 
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Looks Iike we have the typical responses.  "I wasn't there, but know how you should have played it."  Personally, I am tiring of Porkorvodka, not because I dislike the map, but of all the tankers wasting their time on the hill.  Most times it turns into a mess of players waiting for someone else to take the top.  Yet all you get here is comments about camping the base.  Typical.
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View Postredshadowrider, on 12 October 2018 - 11:34 AM, said:

Looks Iike we have the typical responses.  "I wasn't there, but know how you should have played it."  Personally, I am tiring of Porkorvodka, not because I dislike the map, but of all the tankers wasting their time on the hill.  Most times it turns into a mess of players waiting for someone else to take the top.  Yet all you get here is comments about camping the base.  Typical.

 

I hope your joking.

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AJR568 #12 Posted 12 October 2018 - 11:48 AM

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If I didnt always enter a party when playing I'd have like 7000 comms bans from screaming at people camping base in their heavies...

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View PostSightlessRogue0, on 12 October 2018 - 04:00 AM, said:

Prokhorovka, on the south side.

 

Bad roll out, really bad ... the heavy ones go up the hill and leave the edge of the west side at 2 TD isolated. No need for a dictionary to understand that we are going to be crushed on the west side and that the hill will be caught under a crossfire.

 

I decide with my Tiger 131 to stay west on the base to support the 2 TD isolated and spotting the west side when the TD will be dead. Because I stay close to the base I receive insults but I hold my position despite the baby cries. Finally my reading of the situation and my forecast were accurate, as expected the heavy reds arrived from the west.

 

Even if we lost, thanks to my decision I avoided that our team is flattened in 2 minutes and I silenced the babies who cry by finishing very largely in first place with the sniping at the beginning and the spotting when the 2 td are dead, allowing the artillery on the railroad to work well.

 

Message to baby screaming in their microphone:

before opening your mouth make sure you do your work ... it will save you from being receive a lesson by the one you insult.

 

Maybe this is your problem....Dictionaries don't have the answers as to where you should go on Prokhorovka.

 

I don't care what map it is or what tier you are, if you're in a heavy and camping base you're wasting a roster spot. If you're a bottom tier heavy, provide support to the top tier heavies. Play like you are in a slow medium. And if you're a middle or top tier heavy you need to be pushing the front line. Winning in this game is usually accomplished by controlling the map and you can't do that from your spawn!


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STUART SHERMAN #14 Posted 12 October 2018 - 12:33 PM

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I get the frustration of watching everyone going up that hill and knowing they are not going to win the game from there, but it is true that you would have done more for those TDs if you’d have pushed out in front of them. Also, in this situation those TDs might have done better to abandon that position as undefendable, fall back to the railroad embankment and defend the base from there. Especially if there’s a 131 Tiger sitting behind them. 


                                   

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VKSheridan #15 Posted 12 October 2018 - 01:04 PM

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I’ve won the game many a time with my T28 Proto on the hill.  Although the bowl is where a lot of the winning decisions are made, me sniping red on their side of the bowl so green can dominate the crest helps things move along.  If there’s a rush of red on the hill, their unimpeded flank is stalled if not totally stopped short.  What gaggles my hackels is when green wads up in a corner by the railroad tracks refusing to move and gets decimated by red.  I’m sure there’s a million opinions of where tanks should never go but what’s funny is red never seems to read this forum and often wins by going there.  As for camping the base, not for me.  Just no fun sitting in one spot, out in the open and getting nuked by arty.....

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View PostVKSheridan, on 12 October 2018 - 08:04 AM, said:

I’ve won the game many a time with my T28 Proto on the hill.  Although the bowl is where a lot of the winning decisions are made, me sniping red on their side of the bowl so green can dominate the crest helps things move along.  If there’s a rush of red on the hill, their unimpeded flank is stalled if not totally stopped short.  What gaggles my hackels is when green wads up in a corner by the railroad tracks refusing to move and gets decimated by red.  I’m sure there’s a million opinions of where tanks should never go but what’s funny is red never seems to read this forum and often wins by going there.  As for camping the base, not for me.  Just no fun sitting in one spot, out in the open and getting nuked by arty.....

 

True that sniping from that hill can help the team win at times, but it’s not the best place for the majority of the team to go, especially heavies. 

 


                                   

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View PostJohn Arrowsmith, on 12 October 2018 - 10:13 AM, said:

 

The 131 is always top tier,  it's the best T8 medium.

 

We all know it is. It's OPAF but the reds just might have had some strong T8 heavies. Even a 131 is going to struggle against platooned IS3s

View PostAJR568, on 12 October 2018 - 11:48 AM, said:

If I didnt always enter a party when playing I'd have like 7000 comms bans from screaming at people camping base in their heavies...

 

IMTLS are so salty but they never bring any chips (fries for you american fellows) to have with them. I'm surprised the whole team doesn't turn blue with all the swearing :teethhappy:


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View PostJohn Arrowsmith, on 12 October 2018 - 05:44 AM, said:

 

I hope your joking.

 

Not about the hill...  I am tired that players forget that there is 80% of the map off of the hill.  Unfortunately, the count I see from the op is that 12 tanks went to the hill. It may be a strategic location, but certainly not for 12.  How you support TD's on the west side of the base is a different question.  Still I wasn't there either.
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View PostSTUART SHERMAN, on 12 October 2018 - 07:23 AM, said:

 

True that sniping from that hill can help the team win at times, but it’s not the best place for the majority of the team to go, especially heavies. 

 

 

Agreed.  Too many tanks in one place rarely ends well, even in Team Deathmatch.  If it looks like a lemming train to the hill, I’ll reverse course and cover the weak flank.  I hate being crowded, bumped, pushed and watching green shoot the back of their own turrets. No clue how anyone can find that enjoyable.  Getting overrun isn’t the funnest but it beats dying in the middle of the tomato patch....

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I had a bunch of my team yelling at me last night to go save arty in my light. 

1-Had they looked at map the would have seen I’d be driving into a 3-1 and I was bottom tier. 

2-I warned arty 3-4 minutes in advance to move and gave repeated warnings after.

As Claus would say “the P stands for propel” 

 


 





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