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Dirk_The_Dragon_Slayer #21 Posted 08 May 2017 - 04:45 PM

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You can make money from tier 8 and down if you play it right.  No provisions, no camo, don't use adrenaline, and only load up 2-3 prammo shells each match (can't fire them if you don't have them).  I've basically played my entire Blitz career using this mentality.  It's my opinion that most of these things aren't worth the cost (except shells, which when you hit ~tier 7 become too expensive to use).  The exception is my premium tanks in which case I will often use fuel, camo, and spend on shells.  If you're not making money, you're spending it where you aren't aware.  Take Boris' advice and check your Credits tab.

 

Off the top of my head I have been pleasantly shocked by the AMX M4 45 at tier 7 for making credits.  No idea what the coefficient is, but I don't think I lose $ on it.  I probably average $15k-ish.



RoadKutter #22 Posted 08 May 2017 - 04:58 PM

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View Postreluctanttheist, on 08 May 2017 - 08:29 AM, said:

 

The shamless wallet warrior strikes again!  L O L

 

Flash that gold bro :trollface:

Those who know shoot gold, those who don't die really fast and poor. But hey its a game and I'm not going to cry if I lose imaginary currency in a battle. I'll make it up on the next one. 

It's like when you play the PZ2J do you even load AP? 


                         

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View PostHughesYerDaddy, on 08 May 2017 - 02:00 PM, said:

 now I feel like a Pre existing Condition Medical patient under Obama Care. I'll never get ahead.

 

Look at the bright side, under Trumpcare you would die ...

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View PostThisRound_4YOU_8D, on 08 May 2017 - 08:39 AM, said:

 

 


 

Squirt*


 

 

 

 


 

More squirt*

 

View PostThisRound_4YOU_8D, on 08 May 2017 - 08:39 AM, said:

 

 


 

Squirt*


 

 

 

 


 

More squirt*

 

not sure what you are getting at? But it's a full out stream from a fire hose bud!

                         

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View PostHughesYerDaddy, on 08 May 2017 - 02:00 PM, said:

This is getting ridiculous. I've even used my Premium Tanks, finished top player in several matches and still losing credits with minimal damage. ****
 
Moderated by Mezurashi.

 

Your Obama dig makes absolutely no sense. Do you know what a pre existing medical condition is and what it means to hard working Americans? I can tell you when I switched jobs while my wife was pregnant with our first child the new company would not pay for my wife's pre natal care or anything to do with the baby. This was the early 90s and I was making 35k a year. I had to pay $6k out of pocket because of it. Sorry if u think insurance companies should be allowed to screw over hard working middle class people just because they switch jobs so I would love to hear your logic how you cannot get ahead because of it? How many people do you think would forego the medical treatment because they cannot afford it? How many people/fetusus do you think would die deciding to not go to a Dr bc they don't want to go Into more debt. Actually I'm still trying to figure out what you mean, but like a certain person's tweets, they don t make sense either. Sick of people who have no clue how things work regurgitating [edited]they hear on TV that have no clue what they are talking about. Obamacare made pre existing conditions illegal to protect us, the current Healthcare bill that just passed the house makes them legal again and then u can apply for pre existing assistance. It's adding another form of welfare you have to beg for. 

 

Oh and as for your original thought, the credit coefficients have not changed. Stop spamming gold rounds 


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Dirk_The_Dragon_Slayer #26 Posted 08 May 2017 - 05:28 PM

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View PostDanAnsomeHansome, on 08 May 2017 - 12:20 PM, said:

Sorry if u think insurance companies should be allowed to screw over hard working middle class people just because they switch jobs so I would love to hear your logic how you cannot get ahead because of it? How many people do you think would forego the medical treatment because they cannot afford it? 

These anecdotal rebuttals don't really work other than to pull on the emotions, which the other side can do just as well using stories about people laid off because of the law, etc.  Save it for the politics podcast.



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View PostDirk_The_Dragon_Slayer, on 08 May 2017 - 05:28 PM, said:

These anecdotal rebuttals don't really work other than to pull on the emotions, which the other side can do just as well using stories about people laid off because of the law, etc.  Save it for the politics podcast.

 

​Amen.  Health care, and how we should pay for it is an extremely complex problem with no good simple solution on offer from either political party.  But please leave that for your political discussion board of choice.  We have enough to argue about with 3.8 hate. 

 

 

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View PostRoadKutter, on 08 May 2017 - 04:58 PM, said:

Those who know shoot gold, those who don't die really fast and poor. But hey its a game and I'm not going to cry if I lose imaginary currency in a battle. I'll make it up on the next one. 

It's like when you play the PZ2J do you even load AP? 

 

By the Looks of your stats, Now I see why you don't play Tier X, Tier IX, Tier VIII and Oh..... Tier VII so much/well.:trollface:

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View PostIsola_di_Fano, on 08 May 2017 - 04:59 PM, said:

 

Look at the bright side, under Trumpcare you would die ...

 

We all are going to die. At least Trumps plan doesn't make me pay for Fat, Smoking, Alcoholics who complain about not being able to get any exercise to lose weight because they can't breath or don't have the energy.

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View PostDanAnsomeHansome, on 08 May 2017 - 05:20 PM, said:

 

Your Obama dig makes absolutely no sense. Do you know what a pre existing medical condition is and what it means to hard working Americans? I can tell you when I switched jobs while my wife was pregnant with our first child the new company would not pay for my wife's pre natal care or anything to do with the baby. This was the early 90s and I was making 35k a year. I had to pay $6k out of pocket because of it. Sorry if u think insurance companies should be allowed to screw over hard working middle class people just because they switch jobs so I would love to hear your logic how you cannot get ahead because of it? How many people do you think would forego the medical treatment because they cannot afford it? How many people/fetusus do you think would die deciding to not go to a Dr bc they don't want to go Into more debt. Actually I'm still trying to figure out what you mean, but like a certain person's tweets, they don t make sense either. Sick of people who have no clue how things work regurgitating [edited]they hear on TV that have no clue what they are talking about. Obamacare made pre existing conditions illegal to protect us, the current Healthcare bill that just passed the house makes them legal again and then u can apply for pre existing assistance. It's adding another form of welfare you have to beg for. 

 

Oh and as for your original thought, the credit coefficients have not changed. Stop spamming gold rounds 

 

Know the facts! You want to blame somebody, blame the liberals who are causing this problem in the inner cities. Handing out "FREE" everything, failing school systems and crime/murder rates through the roof. Everybody had coverage! Don't fool yourself!  This country is becoming a bastion of worthless, lazy, entitled snowflakes who are in need of safe rooms, coloring books.

 

As far as spamming Gold, maybe you didn't read my prior post. Work on your game and Git GuD instead. I can't take advice from somebody with your stats!:coin:


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This should get you guys banned. Free speech isn't guareented on video game forums. Like it isn't guareented on your job, during class where open dialogue isn't called for and your father's backyard. When I violate the rules the punishment is swift and harsh, I expect fair treatment. Thank you.

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View Post_Semi_, on 08 May 2017 - 06:20 PM, said:

This should get you guys banned. Free speech isn't guareented on video game forums. Like it isn't guareented on your job, during class where open dialogue isn't called for and your father's backyard. When I violate the rules the punishment is swift and harsh, I expect fair treatment. Thank you.

 

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View Postcheasesteak, on 08 May 2017 - 05:30 PM, said:

 

​Amen.  Health care, and how we should pay for it is an extremely complex problem with no good simple solution on offer from either political party.  But please leave that for your political discussion board of choice.  We have enough to argue about with 3.8 hate. 

 

It is not that complex. News flash: you and everyone reading this are going to die and you are going to have at least 1 serious health problem over the course of your life (unless you get "lucky" and die in an accident as a youth). So....anecdotes are not anecdotes when every person is likely to have one before they die.  So, talking about not wanting to pay for other people's illnesses is the height of ignorance / denial.

 

The only "complex" issue is that Congress (both parties apparently) can't figure out how they can let both the insurance companies and big-pharma/medical equipment manufacturers continue to screw us all and still keep the sheeple happy *enough*.  Competition is "great" for capitalism except for our pharmaceutical suppliers right? They need to do be protected (at our cost).

 

Yeah, my anecdote is that when I was 37 (with a healthy BMI) I had a minor heart attack caused by piece of plaque that broke off and blocked things enough for a blood-clot to form in one of my arteries (no permanent tissue death in my heart fortunately). After my relatively minor (these days) angioplasty taking a couple hours and costing my insurance almost $50k, they told me my arteries were about as clean / clogged as a typical person in their early 20's.......So, yeah, I have a "pre-existing condition".  Funny that I'm penalized for that when my odds of having another one are drastically lower now that I'm on relatively cheap meds. Meanwhile millions of you without a "pre-existing condition" are walking around with much more clogged arteries waiting for that ticking time bomb to explode the next time you're stressed + tired + eat just a little bit too much fatty food.

 

I have employer-provided insurance, but I'd like financial security to determine when I can retire, not having to wait until I'm old enough for Medicare coverage to kick in.


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View Postbill77_tank_killer, on 08 May 2017 - 06:25 PM, said:

The only "complex" issue is that Congress (both parties apparently) can't figure out how they can let both the insurance companies and big-pharma/medical equipment manufacturers continue to screw us all and still keep the sheeple happy *enough*.  Competition is "great" for capitalism except for our pharmaceutical suppliers right? They need to do be protected (at our cost).

 

 

​You have no clue how complex it really is. Your post shows this.  If it was easy, it would be done.  Every system ever devised by man whether Obamacare, what we had before, single payer, government provided ... They all have costs and benefits.  Winners and losers.  Modern healthcare is monstrously expensive for the state of the art care.  Blaming failure to create a good system on greedy corporations is a cop-out. 

Edited by cheasesteak, 08 May 2017 - 06:31 PM.

 

 

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View Postcheasesteak, on 08 May 2017 - 06:30 PM, said:

 

​You have no clue how complex it really is. Your post shows this.  If it was easy, it would be done.  Every system ever devised by man whether Obamacare, what we had before, single payer, government provided ... They all have costs and benefits.  Winners and losers.  Modern healthcare is monstrously expensive for the state of the art care.  Blaming failure to create a good system on greedy corporations is a cop-out. 

 

Fact is! People are living Longer, and not enough people are making babies to replace them and those that are, about 50% of them are taking not making.

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View Postcheasesteak, on 08 May 2017 - 06:30 PM, said:

 

​You have no clue how complex it really is. Your post shows this.  If it was easy, it would be done.  Every system ever devised by man whether Obamacare, what we had before, single payer, government provided ... They all have costs and benefits.  Winners and losers.  Modern healthcare is monstrously expensive for the state of the art care.  Blaming failure to create a good system on greedy corporations is a cop-out. 

 

I know the solution is complex. The problem itself (everyone gets sick eventually), is not.  

 

There's a reason that Democrats and Republicans are supposed to come to a compromise instead of just blocking each other all the time. Both sides have some valid points and a *better* solution requires those dipshits to listen to each other.



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To all Americans in here:

 

Ask for universal coverage like Australia, Canada and most of Europe.

Heck most of civilized world for that matter ...

 

You pay way to much according to your own politicians from both side of the alley ...

 

Or just move to Canada, we are a friendly bunch  :)



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View PostHughesYerDaddy, on 08 May 2017 - 01:39 PM, said:

 

Fact is! People are living Longer, and not enough people are making babies to replace them and those that are, about 50% of them are taking not making.

 

Actually, if you are white, your mortality rate is dropping.  Just an FYI.

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View PostIsola_di_Fano, on 08 May 2017 - 06:43 PM, said:

Or just move to Canada, we are a friendly bunch  :)

 

Actually, you really aren't.  Most comments about the US that I have heard from Canadians are extremely condescending and rude.  You act like you have all the answers to what is wrong in the US, and you don't even really know the questions.  I don't usually opine on your country's politics.  Consider having the same courtesy.   


 

 

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View PostIsola_di_Fano, on 08 May 2017 - 06:43 PM, said:

To all Americans in here:

 

Ask for universal coverage like Australia, Canada and most of Europe.

Heck most of civilized world for that matter ...

 

You pay way to much according to your own politicians from both side of the alley ...

 

Or just move to Canada, we are a friendly bunch  :)

You mean the Same Canadian Health Care that is causing Canadians to wait in line for Months for Cancer treatments forcing them to cross the boarder and pay cash in USA for? That same fantastic Lie? The same health care that gives women 10 months off after child birth  with almost 90% of their pay? That same health care that allows them to do it over and over? Next time you want to whitewash your socialism, take a look at our inner cities and see what our real problem is. Cause Toronto is as dangerous as New York, Chicago, LA, Miami..... [edited]






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