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a_cookie #1 Posted 09 October 2019 - 04:41 PM

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Returning after being away a long time, how do I use the Bromwell effectively again?

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FussyRude #2 Posted 09 October 2019 - 06:13 PM

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Vantablack12 #3 Posted 09 October 2019 - 07:21 PM

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Welcome back!
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wrecker1968 #4 Posted 09 October 2019 - 07:26 PM

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Peek a boom, Hit-and-run, Scout and spiral of death. Welcome back.  Good to see you.

__Frostbite #5 Posted 09 October 2019 - 09:17 PM

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First priority is spotting, as enabling your moron teammates at Tier 6 to be informed of where the enemy tanks are going while the other moron red team is blind is a massive advantage. Never underestimate the value of spotting for your team. Most people can't predict, let alone remember where unspotted tanks are. 

 

Next is find a bush, use your gun depression, and start dumping shells into either the main push or on a side flank. Doesn't really matter where, but you need to be playing second line and second line only. Attempting to snipe early into the match is dangerous because if you can't put out enough damage early on, you'll really be suffering later where its harder to come back from a hitpoint deficit as a medium tank with low alpha. It's one thing for a KV-2 to be able to miss a few shots in the beginning, because the KV-2 can always just one shot a tank in the endgame, whereas a Cromwell will need to put in several shots to kill an enemy. Of course, we all know a Cromwell isn't suited for the frontline, so run immediately if you get the enemy's attention.

 

You're probably going to need to re-position several times during the match as you'll eventually get spotted and will need to push or retreat to either help or abandon your window licking teammates. 

 

I can't really tell you much besides that. Good luck.


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_Cletus #6 Posted 09 October 2019 - 09:34 PM

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The bromwell is all about speed and gun depression.  Use ridges, never show anything but your turret, and flex this bad boy across the battlefield, moving cover to cover of course.

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