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Is it better to survive or give lots of damage?


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rick007cmx1-x #41 Posted 02 July 2020 - 09:35 PM

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Lots of damage better.

 

I believe you get XP for taking hits too. It's not on that list, Max will have to confirm or deny. 



SightlessRogue0-x #42 Posted 11 July 2020 - 08:33 AM

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I think you have to be especially useful to the team.

 

I noticed that when I do a lot of damage and victims points but I lose .... the statistics seem to be less good. If I win often, but I do less damage and victim points the statistics are better. You will notice it is by their winrate that purple players stand out (this is not my case)

 

The ideal is still to do a lot of damage, a lot of victims, a lot of winrate and survive (it costs less to repair) !


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Quantum JAK-x #43 Posted 12 October 2020 - 07:57 PM

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View PostLufberyDrew-x, on 07 September 2019 - 12:46 PM, said:

 

The latter. However, I'm actually wondering how survival affects the amount of experience and silver  you get. So, if I cause 100 damage and survive, or 200 damage and die, which gives more exp and silver? I'm still not consistent enough to see how it plays out in my results. It makes sense that there would be an advantage in exp and silver to staying alive until the end of the battle.

Surviving definitely has an impact on xp earned. I have seen many games where players in same tier tanks who did less damage/assisted damage than I have earned more xp. The only difference that I can tell is that they survived and I did not. Also, kills seem to have a greater impact on xp earning than damage.


Edited by Quantum JAK-x, 12 October 2020 - 07:59 PM.

 

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Quantum JAK-x #44 Posted 12 October 2020 - 08:00 PM

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View PostSightlessRogue0-x, on 11 July 2020 - 08:33 AM, said:

I think you have to be especially useful to the team.

 

I noticed that when I do a lot of damage and victims points but I lose .... the statistics seem to be less good. If I win often, but I do less damage and victim points the statistics are better. You will notice it is by their winrate that purple players stand out (this is not my case)

 

The ideal is still to do a lot of damage, a lot of victims, a lot of winrate and survive (it costs less to repair) !

 

Winning has the biggest impact on xp earned. You can do 6,000 damage in a loss and the player who did 150 damage on the winning team will probably earn more xp than you did. 

 

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Offroadx65-x #45 Posted 17 October 2020 - 03:20 PM

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Surviving in a loss.....all you did was waste the most time of anyone on your team.

Do what helps the team, which is not only dealing damage, but taking it as well. If a tank can take 5 hits, taking them instead of the tanks that could only take 1-2 is still helping the team. Not to mention the tanks that can take 5, can often take more as they have the armor to deflect as well, compared to the lighter ones who don't.




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