Jump to content. Tanks come in two forms: the dangerous, deadly kind and the “liberating” kind. The a1 has better mobility, actually. I used the stock gun and turret for even better mobility when i played it and it was quite nice. The regular m5 was ok, i didnt play it much. Fighting tier 5 heavies with it is an absolute joke. All except the M5.
7 Best Passive Scout Tanks in World of Tanks
Jump to content. Before the DW2 got buffed with the Jesus 75mm gun, it used to be one of the biggest loads of crap in its tier. But not a lot of tanks ever got the attention needed or the devs attention to get buffed. So in return, they get left rotten while they eat the dust of their peers. Meet the M5. It has zero penetration.
Though Matchmaking has recently undergone some changes, scouting in World of Tanks Starting Tier 4 is the Chinese M5A1 Light tank.
Standard Gun Reload Times Nominal: 2. The M5A1 Stuart is a Chinese tier 4 light tank. The first tanks of the M5 series were produced in April , and a new modification, the M5A1, was preferred over other variants. After the M24 Chaffee was developed, the M5A1 tanks were deemed obsolete and were exported to other countries, including China. A total of tanks of this type were supplied to the Kuomintang. This tank plays quite differently depending on if you are near the top or bottom of the battle.
If you are near the top, it is advised that you try to spot enemies still, but don’t be over aggressive when doing so. Just poke you turret over hills or lead the pack ahead. The gun you have has good characteristics compared to most of the other tier 4 lights, so you can engage other tanks successfully. When you are at the bottom, things change. You can no longer engage most tanks with success, so you have to mainly do spotting, or flanking.
You can do this by doing it the same way you would in a low tier battle works best on hilly, close-quarters areas like the railroad on Live Oaks. You can also find a bush that is roughly m away from an enemy area and light them up. If you are going to pick the second option, you should bring a set of decent equipments, like camo net, binocs or coated optics.
M5 stuart matchmaking
Now, much less. Hereunder, you will find both my own personal guide and a “guide to the guides”. All I hope is they help beginners and other medium level players, allowing them not to spend hundreds of battles before understanding what it takes to play better and to have fun with World of Tanks.
The standard combat rations in World of Tanks Blitz cost credits at tier 1. dai negozi (in gioco e online) i carri con il matchmaking limitato, per tutta una serie di ragioni note e poco note. Starting Tier 4 is the Chinese M5A1 Light tank.
Jump to content. So Im going down the Chinese line and I’m at the Tier IV M5A1 Stuart however since I figured im going to be on this tank for awhile for exp and credit grinding I need some help oh how to make it fun and painless if possible. So far, the most painful part for me is the matchmaking Almost all games I had were tier and I got killed pretty fast trying to escape so the tanks that I scouted for can shoot while I run back to avoid getting shot.
RoyalXian, on Jan 05 – , said:. Camo Net, Binoculars, Vents if you prefer that, which I do for that slight driving and view range improvement. For terrain that is wide and has bushes to hide behind, find a good over-watch spot where the enemy is likely to advance. Make sure that you have a good view of the likely path of advance and that you have friendly tanks in range to shoot at what you light up.
Sit still and do nothing while you watch the situation unfold. If enemy tanks advance up that line as you predicted, perfect, don’t get spotted and let your team handle them. If you notice them pointing their gun at you, start running into hard cover.
M5 Stuart: The biggest pile of turd in tier 4 (Buyers Beware)
Jump to content. Community Forum Software by IP. Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums. This topic is locked. Edited by dheim, 18 January – PM. I was also wondering that.
21 thoughts on “Matchmaking Table for ”. SqTH on February 14, Luchs, M5A1 for example, but not that often. TheDarkem on February
All light tanks now get regular matchmaking. Here, I will focus on tier IV light tanks that are not scout tanks. A platoon is a way of playing World of tanks with one or two friends. You form a platoon by inviting your friends into a platoon that you form, or by accepting their invitation. A platoon consistes of two or three players. This post is going to concentrate on a few basic principles regarding what tanks you should use.
As a general rule, you should always use tanks from the same tier.
Type 64 Matchmaking, etc.
Team selection for random battles is done according to several parameters. Each battle takes place in a battle tier , which should not be confused with tank tiers. On this page we always use Arabic numerals “7” when discussing battle tiers and Roman numerals “VII” when discussing tank tiers. Team balancing within a battle tier takes place according to vehicle specific weighting and additional restrictions. To find the above link, click on the maximize icon in the bottom right corner of the chart and then copy the link from the browser’s address bar.
Battles can take place in eleven possible different battle tiers.
Posts about M5A1 Stuart written by newbiechief. The others get regular matchmaking: Tier IV scout tanks will meet enemies from tier IV to tier VII. Here, I will.
Though Matchmaking has recently undergone some changes, scouting in World of Tanks including passive scouting is still a viable strategy that a lot of players enjoy. Passive Scouting requires players to, more often than not, remain completely still in order to take advantage of specific equipment, all in the name of increasing the View Range in order to spot enemies.
To succeed at Passive Scouting, you will first need to know how to scout in World of Tanks. The most important thing when selecting a Passive Scout Tank is that it needs to have a high View Range and incredible Camouflage ratings, as this helps you see far and remain undetected. Although these tanks may not be some of the best tanks to farm credits in World of Tanks , they offer their own kind of reward through successful spotting. While Tier 4 matches are almost as bad as the black hole that is Tier 3 , the M5A1 Stuart, with its ability to effectively scout, alleviates a lot of the stress.
Unfortunately, not every passive scout can be perfect, and the M5A1 Stuart suffers from a slightly lower View Range than desired. However, with a compact design and decent camouflage values, it can remain hidden and even sneak up close to an enemy base and provide anti-SPG support. This take-off speed will allow you to quickly relocate. Even with its flaws, when supplemented with Equipment, the Stuart is a passive tank worth keeping, especially if you require practice in lower tiers before progressing.
Tips for M5A1 Stuart
Team selection for random battles is done according to several parameters. Each battle takes place in a battle tier , which should not be confused with tank tiers. On this page we always use Arabic numerals “7” when discussing battle tiers and Roman numerals “VII” when discussing tank tiers. Team balancing within a battle tier takes place according to vehicle specific weighting and additional restrictions. Battles can take place in ten different battle tiers.
About the (controversial) matchmaking in World of Tanks tier III M3 Stuart above, there’s the case of the M5A1 Stuart (the Chinese, better version of the M5).
Jump to content. I picked up the Type 64 to help train my crew since I found a tank I like and don’t have any ladies working in that country. My first question is, is this normal? Secondly, it’s my experience so far that this tank seems to be very situational. You can’t isolate and destroy tanks half so well as the M5A1 if you survive to mid-game and you certainly can’t go head to head with most tanks you meet.
If you don’t put yourself out there to spot, you perhaps rightfully get harassed and put your team at a disadvantage because they can’t see anything.