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M22 Locust Posted By: WoT Guru June 22, The tier 3 American premium light tank M22 Locust is certainly a fun low tier premium tank to play, but does it perform well enough to justify playing over other tier 3 tanks? If you own other American light tanks you can transfer them into the M22 Locust to continue to train them and to have an experienced crew in the Locust from the get go. The M22 Locust is a short tank length and height wise which makes it difficult to hit at long range and especially while moving. Use this as your armor since you cannot damage what you cannot hit. Yes, it only does 40 damage per shot and when you are facing tanks above tier 3 it feels like you are simply throwing rocks at some tanks. While a lot of low tier tanks do have bad accuracy values around. What makes up for the bad accuracy and low damage per shot are the other characteristics of the 37mm M6 gun.
Premium Tank Preferential Match Making Chart
Until this point, the British had been using the Light Tank Mk. VII Tetrarch for the role. The Tetrarch did not start out as an airborne tank however, so it was believed to be inferior to a vehicle dedicatedly designed for this role.
WoT: Basic Guide To Premium Tanks TMC Archives Disclaimer – Depending on your territory some of these vehicles may not be available for sale at the time of writing.
TMC Archives Disclaimer — Depending on your territory some of these vehicles may not be available for sale at the time of writing. Others may be limited edition, which are occasionally on sale. It has been a while — nearly a year — since we reviewed any Premium tanks here at TMC. Before we start, people ask the question — or indeed forget to ask the question — why bother with Premium tanks? There are a few reasons you may want to own one or more.
The first is they earn cash — more per battle than the equivalent non-Premium of the same Tier — and their ammunition is typically cheaper than standard tanks. The second is crew training. A Premium tank can use the crew from another tank of the same class. The two worth noting at Tier II are the T1E6 and Tetrach, but the chances of you being able to buy either is extremely limited. The Tetrach is small, fast and packs a solid, high penetrating punch.
The T1E6 is a T1 on Steroids and is just as much fun.
M22 Locust front left view M22 Locust front right view M22 Locust rear left view M22 Locust rear right view Historical Info The Light Tank Airborne M22, also known as the Locust, began development in late in response to a request by the British military earlier in the year for an airmobile light tank which could be transported onto a battlefield by glider.
At the time the request was made, the War Office considered using the equipment in Britain’s fledgling airborne forces, which had been formed in June by order of the Prime Minister, Winston Churchill. When officials at the War Office examined the equipment that would be required for a British airborne division, they decided that gliders would be an integral component of such a force.
These gliders would be used to transport troops and heavy equipment, which by was to include artillery and some form of tank. Plans to transport an airborne tank went through a number of revisions, but by May it was considered feasible for a tank weighing 5.
Jun 15, · My reflection on WOT Russian bias I agree, it seems that when WOTs was first developed, there was a strong Russian cultural bias. I sense that this is slowly being balanced : Overlord.
Hi all, I was looking around for some premium match making stuff the other day, and I really struggled to find it. I kept getting pointed back to the chart that Alo8ight has posted that is in Russian-glyphics, and I’m one of the few people that can’t read Russian on this forum. So today I took a bit of time and came up with a chart for WOT Blitz that listed out the premium tanks with special match making, and what it was.
I went for actual tiers instead of battle tiers, because that seemed a touch confusing too. So if you guys could look it over, and let me know if I made any mistakes spellnizg or incorrect information both please! Maybe even just below the Russian chart? If you know of any other tanks that need to be added, also please let me know. I’ll edit this post instead of re-posting the chart further down each time.
Also, I only put Pref match making vehicles on here. Normal match making I ignored Such as the Victory.
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Leave a comment Overall Well the first thing to note about my tanking in February is that illness got in the way of a lot of it. Indeed as of writing this I am still uncomfortably ill. However my credit grind for the IS-4 has been less than successful as I have made a few side-purchases. Going forward into March I intend to make a determined effort to start amassing those credits. One small milestone that has passed this month is that I have fought my eight thousandth battle.
Posts about FCM36 PaK40 (WoT) written by stnylan. This weekend’s special offer is dedicated to the Normandy D-Day is the first historically-themed special offer we have had for quite a while, and with it there is a wide variety of British, German, and American tanks involved in the offer.
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. The reasons are almost entirely aspergic. Unlike many premiums it does not benefit from any special matchmaker, but I do not mind that.
This is the missing one. Essentially I want, at some point, a high-tier German premium. Finally out of the trio of British premium tanks it is the one that interests me the most. Does that make me strange? M22 Locust — Tier III American Light — gold Low-tier premiums I generally find a lot of fun, but I also think this little speedster would be very good for practising scout tanking in a lower-tier setting. It is so small and light the difference between it and Tier V heavies it might face would be an interesting challenge.
Something about the T34 annoys me. Most of the rest though — well, as can be seen above, they are on the list. On one level the above is quite a silly exercise, on the other it is always nice to have something to aim for.
M22 Locust – Tier III American Light – gold Low-tier premiums I generally find a lot of fun, but I also think this little speedster would be very good for practising scout tanking in a lower-tier setting.
Light Tank (Airborne) M22 Locust
World of Tanks on Console — KNOW YOUR WAR! Initially designed for airborne operations, the vehicle was never used as such by the U.S.A. during World War II. In the absence of a good air delivery system, the Ordnance Department became less enthusiastic about any further development.