Crusaders of Light is a true and complete mobile MMORPG; you can even team-up with 40 of your friends and guild mates to battle epic bosses and raid dungeons! The desolation wall which has protected the land has fallen after years of peace. It is now up to you and your allies to battle the demon hordes occupying your land! Start your journey by selecting either Ranger, Warrior or Mystic Classes, each with their own distinct strengths and characteristics, and adventure through this vast fantasy land. Do you have what it takes to embark on this epic adventure? Prove yourself in Arena Battle with 1v1, 3v3, and 5v5 modes and participate to unlock powerful gear sets. Show-off your superior skills and defend your glory as you take part in large scale battles! Explore a vibrant fantasy world with the ability to reach the coveted legendary status of level 45! Customization — Equip your character with thousands of available weapons, armor, clothes and more.
Best destroyer Best artillery I’ve been mostly playing around with American tanks so far but I don’t have a hard and fast preference for country really. I thought I preferred high mobility and maneuverability but a recent try of the tier 1 german light has me debating if I wouldn’t favor a heavier gun instead. Still wide open on the type of light tank I’d prefer so happy to take any and all opinions.
High rate of fire seems to be my best bet so far.
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One figure represents one man and after a couple of games a player should easily be able to command figures on the tabletop and complete a game within a few hours. Modifiers and special rules have been kept to a minimum and the emphasis of the game is on the turn order, troop quality, morale and leadership.
The rulebook covers infantry actions and the weapons and equipment associated with that. There are no vehicle rules included in this first book but they are being worked on as the first supplement. You can be sure that there is more than enough fun to be had with infantry actions while the vehicle rules are being play tested. Troops will have various training levels from Green to Regular to Veteran and also variable morale, these affect what an element is able to achieve when it is activated.
A History: ’s Word of the Year
A few words before Here is the suggestion of our fellow Forum Moderator – Jerson. I would like to thank RayPall another Mod:
The World Cup continues, but the USA’s run in the tournament is over. After escaping the group stages with a thrilling win over Ghana and a heartbreaking draw with Porugal (followed by a less than thrilling loss to Germany), the US Men’s National Team was dispatched by Belgium after an entertaining contest that saw the American goalkeeper Tim Howard put in a remarkable performance.
Watch or buy this game: Get it now on: Common Sense is a nonprofit organization. Your purchase helps us remain independent and ad-free. A lot or a little? The parents’ guide to what’s in this game. Positive messages Based on DC Comics characters, this cartoon shooter is a tale of good versus evil. But combat is the name of the game — with lots of weapons, explosives, and other gadgets used to destroy the other team –so it doesn’t have a very positive message.
Plus, gamers can play as the good guys or the bad guys. But even the “positive” role models are determined to kill off the other team, so it’s not the best example of a positive role model here, even if it is to defeat evil. Ease of play This digital download is quite easy to pick up and play, given the simplified controls and tutorial information.
A History: ’s Word of the Year
It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year. So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections. Change It wasn’t trendy , funny, nor was it coined on Twitter , but we thought change told a real story about how our users defined Unlike in , change was no longer a campaign slogan. But, the term still held a lot of weight.
No surprise about the elf amx, that thing is a troll tank, good for snapshots at enemies. Although it does give a sense of déjà vu when you are driving it, it does tend to bring back memories of the days when you go ahead and spray and pray.
Matchmaking Matchmaking The composition of tanks in each team is a task of matchmaker. It works in following manner. It takes one tank from the queue and looks at his tier. For example it is IS – russian heavy with tier 7. The matchmaker takes the corresponding line from the table below and sees that the IS has battle tiers from 7 till 9. Randomly is the tier for battle selected. In our example let it be 8 from 7 to 9 incl. The matchmaker takes tanks from queue, which can participate in tier 8 battles see column number 8 in the table and puts them in 2 teams.
In our battle we can face Tiger II and for example M6 both can participate in tier 8 battles.
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Not for everyone, but if you are a military buff, especially WW2 and tanks in general, this game at least as of now, is excellent. Still in beta, so can be played for free. It’s been occupying my evenings for 2 weeks now. World of Tanks – kandrathe –
The Dark Zone of Ubisoft’s new apocalypse, The Division, is a mish-mash of fresh ideas and unassailable the one hand, you have to be slightly wary of other players at all times. On the other, you basically run around killing things and collecting loot as if you were playing Diablo.
Looking for a lighter and cheaper tank to build, the General Staff requested alternatives. Nuffield was, in , offered the opportunity to take part in the production of the Covenanter. Nuffield, however, preferred to work on its own version of the A13—though it still provided design work for the Covenanter’s turret.
Although Crusader is often referred to as an improved version of the Covenanter, in fact it was a parallel design. Both tanks were ordered “off the drawing board” without building prototypes first. Despite a later start, the pilot model of the Crusader was ready six weeks before the first Covenanter. Unlike earlier “Christie cruisers” A13, Marks III and IV and the Mark V Covenanter that were built with four road wheels, Crusader had five road wheels each side to improve weight distribution in a tank that weighed almost 20 tons instead of the 14 tons of the previous cruisers.
The hull sides were built up of two separated plates, with the suspension arms between them. It had a different engine from the Covenanter, different steering system and a conventional cooling system with radiators in the engine compartment. Covenanter used a brand new engine design, whereas Crusader adapted the readily available Liberty engine to fit into a lower profile engine compartment. At the left side of the front hull—a place occupied by the engine radiator in the Covenanter—was mounted a small hand-traversed auxiliary turret armed with a Besa machine gun.
The auxiliary turret was awkward to use and was often removed in the field or remained unoccupied. The turret was polygonal—with sides that sloped out then in again—to give maximum space on the limited turret ring diameter.
Retained in service because of delays with its replacement, by late the lack of armament upgrade combined with the presence of Tiger I Tanks among the Afrika Korps and overheating problems caused by the high temperatures of the desert, led to the design being phased out in favour of the new US-supplied Sherman medium tank.
The next British cruiser in combat would be the Cromwell heavy cruiser. Looking for a lighter and cheaper tank to build, the General Staff requested alternatives. Nuffield were, in , offered the opportunity to take part in the production of Covenanter. Nuffield, however, preferred to work on its own version of the A13—though they still provided design work for the Covenanter’s turret.
A Reminder This topic was allowed to be left open as a discussion about BR Rating and matchmaking – I would request you stay on topic and take any other discussions elsewhere, this is an emotive topic, as many of our merged and herding topics are, and we don’t need you mixing them up. It doesn’t help anyone. This is the Match making and BR!
Look at the pinned post as to what we are supposed to be discussing in here, not connectivity, not balance. Please look at the other “major” topics we have pinned in the general area, as you can see, there are clearly other areas where you can discuss them. If you prefer, we can merge them all into one, but as im sure most of you would agree that isn’t practical. As designers the devs have to choose 1 of 6 options 1. Historical matchup, obviously this will be good for some of us Historically accurate , situations like reserve pz II meeting the KV1 would obviously narrow that group even more as although it is a historically correct matchup, it would be a very emotive encounter generally.