Some very basic info can be found on the World of Tanks wiki page — the data written in the article are unfortunately quite incorrect. VK H the ingame designation will most likely be VK The DW vehicles DW1 and DW2 were — as their name in German suggests — attempts to create a breakthrough tank in other words, essentially a heavy tank. At the same time, the old DW projects were renamed to VK Design-wise, it was a classical German tank, with typical Henschel suspension that would eventually evolve into the Tiger one via VK The roadwheels had torsion bar suspension. The hulls were made by Krupp in Essen and delivered to Henschel in Kassel for final assembly in 1st hull —
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In this post, we’ll go through the weapons, vehicles, and classes we’ll be testing in the Closed Alpha. Note that game content, gameplay mechanics, and other Battlefield V aspects covered in this article may change between the Closed Alpha and the launch of the game. Get an overview look at what the Battlefield V Closed Alpha is about. Why a Closed Alpha?
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Pros and Cons Pros: Armor is highly effective against tier 4s and many tier 5s, frontal weakspots easily hidden by hull angling Very high rate of fire, reasonably accurate even while moving, largest hitpoints pool of any tier 5 tank Generates a high level of EXP, which speeds crew training with preferential matchmaking tier 6 max, no tier 7 battles Very large ammo capacity, cheap ammo and repair costs Hull armor particularly the lower plate and speed is slightly better than the British tier 5 Churchill I Cons: Poorly-protected turret, easily killed gunner, can be ammo racked by a mm shell through the turret Moves, accelerates, and rotates slowly Low alpha damage and penetration, gun reloads faster than it can aim Priority target for artillery Front of turret has large opening which is a huge weak-spot; the Crusader, Cromwell, and Comet share this weak-spot.
This tank makes up for its slow traverse speed with the fast fire of its gun. Aiming at delicate areas of enemy tanks and having the Dead Eye skill can devastate opponents. The Churchill is also one of the few tanks that maintains decent accuracy when firing while on the move. Furthermore, despite a relatively poor accuracy, shots tend to go down the center of the reticule. Lights and mediums of your own tier fear the Churchill III’s firepower, but tier heavies are to be avoided.
The KV-1 can be a problem, unless you can get at close range and hammer his driver’s hatch. The AT 2 should be absolutely avoided, same goes for the T A KV-2 can one-shot a Churchill without breaking a sweat, even though you can use the reload time of the gun to hammer it and the mm gun on the KV takes out more than half of your tank per shot, but if you can get to its flanks, they are quite weak and hitting it repeatedly can end up setting it on fire.
The low damage and high rate of fire call for you to do module damage instead of trading shots at range – try not to engage enemy heavies beyond punching distance.
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Gameplay[ edit ] The game retains and builds on the mechanics of Sniper Elite V2. Players go through large battlefield maps based on the North African conflict. The sniper rifle is the player’s primary weapon, though additional weapons, including submachine guns and pistols, silenced or not depending on the situation, are available.
Richard III. Henry VIII. Elizabeth I. Queen Victoria. Winston Churchill. View all People. Topics. Topics View all Topics Kings and queens. Weird and wonderful. Sex and love. Social history. Women’s history Victoria the matchmaker.
Leave a comment With various matters offline inhibiting my ability to play mid-week, I did rather less gaming. In particular I had hoped to finally get around to isolating one day in the mid-week to devote to something other than World of Tanks, but it was overtaken by events. As it is, however, that means the only game I was in this week was World of Tanks World of Tanks Due to the aforementioned offline matters I did not get in as many games this week as I have done recently. My main achievements, progression-wise, have been getting the top gun for the GW Panther , getting the B1 fully upgraded, and also eliting the Marder 38T.
The B1 is not the completely horrible tank I generally hear about, but neither is it a great tank. Tier V battles requires use of premium ammo and some fairly clever driving which, alas, I am not always able to do. As for the Marder 38T it is a good, fun tank to play. I will not keep it — tempting though the prospect is — but I will keep at it until the two new members of the crew are better trained. It also has lower priority so I am expecting matters to go more slowly.
Going forward I basically hope to keep on going as I am. Finally I do want to get some use out of the KV-2 this weekend, taking advantage of the Interactive Special. Of course, next week the Christmas period offers are due to hit, so that might impact the direction of my gameplay and what I acquire.
Infantry Mk IV, Churchill III
Leave a comment I already own a number of premium tanks. However, for various reasons I do desire more. These are not inclinations I will be able to act on in the near future, but for when I do have some free gold here is my current shopping list.
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First daily victory with the vehicle Coefficient of 2 No Exiting battle during loading screen or countdown No “Joining a battle” bonus. Since your tank is actually present in the battle until it gets destroyed, it can passively earn XP e. No “Joining a battle” bonus. Since your tank is actually present in the battle until it gets destroyed, it can passively earn credits e.
Exiting battle after countdown There is a penalty for XP earning, but only if the tank has not yet been destroyed. Also, if the tank was not destroyed before exiting, further XP can be earned passively while it remains on the battlefield, e. Credits as earned, there is no penalty. If the tank was not destroyed before exiting, further credits can be earned passively while it remains on the battlefield, e. Team Damage inflicted Small penalty, supposedly twice the amount of XP you would receive for causing the same amount of damage to the enemy.
Penalty to an amount of four times the repair costs required to fix the damage that was inflicted, limited by the total amount earned during battle.
I made the match, you know, four years ago; and to have it take place, and be proved in the right, when so many people said Mr. Weston would never marry again, may comfort me for anything 9. Emma says this to Mr. Knightley and her father about the marriage of Miss Taylor and Mr. This quote gives the reader a hint of Emma’s character, and a glimpse of the major marriage and matchmaking themes of the novel. His own stomach could bear nothing rich, and he could never believe other people to be different from himself.
The Churchill I is the first of the British heavy tanks and is not to be confused with the Russian Lend-Lease Churchill (which I abbreviate to Churchill LL). I do .
George’s School in Ascot, Berkshire ; he hated it, did poorly academically, and regularly misbehaved. It was serialised in Macmillan’s Magazine between May—December before appearing in book form. Churchill stowed aboard a freight train and later hid within a mine, shielded by the sympathetic English mine owner. Wanted by the Boer authorities, he again hid aboard a freight train and travelled to safety in Portuguese East Africa. He and his cousin, the Duke of Marlborough , were able to get ahead of the rest of the troops in Pretoria, where they demanded and received the surrender of 52 Boer prison camp guards.
Winston Churchill in politics: Arriving in Southampton in July ,  Churchill rented a flat in London’s Mayfair , using it as his base for the next six years,  and hired a personal secretary. He condemned the British execution of a Boer military commandant, [ ] and voiced concerns about the levels of public expenditure; [ ] in response, Prime Minister Arthur Balfour asked him to join a parliamentary select committee on the topic.
R Heavy Tanks Soviet heavy tanks have good guns, are fast, and have strong armor; their frontal armor thickness makes them quite difficult to penetrate from the front unless weak-spots are targeted, and their sloping can lead to bounces even from high penetration guns. There are two lines: They tend to lose out in gun handling, accuracy, penetration, and Damage Per Minute compared to other heavy tanks, but their prolific alpha make them excellent at peek-a-boom and side-scraping fights.
It’s a Lend-Lease British tank. Not weapon wise, but for crew training: It has an additional crew training modifier on top of its premium tank modifier, making it the best crew trainer in the game.
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The novel begins with Emma and her father talking about the marriage of Miss Taylor to Mr. Weston, and ends with the marriages of Harriet and Mr. Martin, Emma and Mr. Knightley and Jane and Mr. In between are more marriages and attempts at matchmaking. Emma believes that she made the match between Miss Taylor and Mr. Weston, and so she sets out to make other matches, none of which work.
She tries to form a relationship between Harriet and Mr. Elton, but this backfires when Mr. Elton proposes to her instead. When he says that he would never be interested in Harriet and marries another woman, Emma thinks that Frank Churchill is the right man for Harriet, but Harriet has her mind set on Mr. Harriet ends up marrying Mr.