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Sealclubbing at T10

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Just saw this crazy replay and had to share.

 

WTF?

:crab::crab::crab:

 

 

 

 

 

Came on, unplug the cable that connect your life to that game.

Play with me a new game with two lives, one against the other

                            (...)

Came on , take a break, pull over the car, exit the race, give up that war

your goals are in this side of your life.

 

                               (...)

 

Get out of your home and come  outside with me,  that life you carry ,

No matter how much lives you win, it's your who loses the most,

if you don't come

 

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As a fellow countrymen, that is a really weird way to pull in a Portuguese song. Only Portuguese will get it, even with the translation.

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1 hour ago, EgyptOverseer said:

As a fellow countrymen, that is a really weird way to pull in a Portuguese song. Only Portuguese will get it, even with the translation.

It's not  weird, assenta como uma luva, (it fits like a glove). I couldn't resist

Yeah, it's only to share the guide lines, the general idea.

E a música é universal, não precisa de tradução.

 

The next one is dedicated to all that are looking for Monday morning with excitement.

 

 

Now this is weird.

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This doesnt belong to the gameplay section.

 

Also, its just luck, thats not what sealclubbing is.

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Sealclubbing is 3 shimas with 20 km torps in same division. It works with 12 km also but it not so funny.

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I am pretty sure most decent players could have done the same in similar circumstances, just a terrible enemy team, I mean all he basically does is sail through an empty flank and then get to shoot a load of broadsides.  All he had to do was aim well and not overextend too much, for most of the game the enemy didn't really pay him much attention. 

 

Just shows how the average player does not understand map control and how damaging allowing the enemy team to cross fire can be,. 

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6 hours ago, N00Boo7 said:

this is potato farming not seal clubbing :) just broadsides everywere

Correct answer to the question, +1.

 

5 hours ago, tajj7 said:

I am pretty sure most decent players could have done the same in similar circumstances, just a terrible enemy team, I mean all he basically does is sail through an empty flank and then get to shoot a load of broadsides.  All he had to do was aim well and not overextend too much, for most of the game the enemy didn't really pay him much attention. 

And be quick... I have had ROFLSTOMPS where I could not even get enough salvoes off to end the spotter-plane.

I mean, wait a bit (sail around, choose position) for ships to get spotted, then launch spotter plane... lasts 1 minute...

By the time I squeezed off the last salvo, could not even hit - as the game had already ended!!

 

5 hours ago, tajj7 said:

Just shows how the average player does not understand map control and how damaging allowing the enemy team to cross fire can be,. 

Also shows how all potatoes tend to end up in one cart. Not saying I'm not one of them, though... potato.gif.99d63f430e13d457e620fbf6c3b69fdd.gif

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I read a few topics about t10 being like this, before, but I finally saw what they meant.

In that video only three/four players tried to do something, both teams were in a deadlock.

In other tier game that could go both sides.

It's not the below or average player fault alone.

I thinks it's more a snow ball effect.

That Montana tried, unsupported, and ended badly for him.

Maybe higher tier (more powerful guns), difficult economy or something else too?

sometimes it requires a ship to move to make the others move.

I bet that Montana was told many times to get back and left out to dry.

My experience tell me those deadlocks usually are decided by the most skilful side or the side who can/know take advantage better.

 

 

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