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Top Tier French, worth the grind? AMX 50 vs. B-C 25

AMX 50 B B-C 25t

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Padre_ShadowRider #1 Posted 06 November 2020 - 10:21 PM

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What I hate about the AMX 50 120 is the glacial reload, I see that the AMX 50 B is even slower. The B-C 25 AP  is one of my worst tanks.    I am wondering if getting the tier X in either line is worth it.  My overall rate is 50% +  but these two-tier IX's are closer to 40.  


I do a little bit better in the American version of the AMX 50's in IX and X  but not much.  My play in these tanks just seems that they get too easy to get jammed up and the slow reload makes them sitting ducks. .

THERebrth #2 Posted 06 November 2020 - 10:38 PM

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the tier 10s are definitely worth it, both are fun and fast and have great burst dmg. You just need to be more careful in these tanks. Both the tier 9 frenchies are more like support tanks. But can be very dangerous if you can get someone on the flanks. In the amx 50 120 you need to use your fellow heavy tanks to take the shots for you. In the batchat, you can use the light tank mobility as a shield to run away.

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Dolly_Sod #3 Posted 10 November 2020 - 03:10 PM

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So, one of the rules to remember with an autoloader is never brawl with tanks that you can't reliably clip out.  If your full clip damage is 1000hp, don't go in against someone with 1500 or 2000 remaining hp.   You'll smack off a bunch of HP from them, and then chances are you'll be deleted while on the reload.   Do you best to always have 3 shells ready.  Never run around with 1 shell in the gun, unless there's a 1 shot red. 


If you're getting "jammed up" you are probably being too aggressive.  

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