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I was charged 12k for damage to my destroyer after the battle had finished, but my ship took absolutely no damage at all :amazed:

 

That surely can't be right

Did you fire any shells or torps? Ammo is not free you know :)

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I was charged 12k for damage to my destroyer after the battle had finished, but my ship took absolutely no damage at all :amazed:

 

That surely can't be right

 

It's the so called Servicing Fee for just entering the match.

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That must be the biggest piss take i have heard in years, WG should be ashamed

 

It's 6 numbers in High Tier matches ;)

 

According to WG it's a balancing factor for the credits income.

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That must be the biggest piss take i have heard in years, WG should be ashamed

 

Yeah, I don't like it either. I assume it's supposed to deter people from botting or going afk since they would lose credits in that case.

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That must be the biggest piss take i have heard in years, WG should be ashamed

 

Not really. Took you 1,500 battles to notice. 

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That must be the biggest piss take i have heard in years, WG should be ashamed

 

I can understand your reaction. But it might be that WG wants to discourage bots and AFK-players. On high tiers the service fee is ridiculous high.

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