The OP Tanks of the Past (part 1/2):

Written by VeroxGaming for TAP:

Hello TAP! In this 2 part article series I‘ll be covering once OP tanks in WoT, that have since been nerfed and are no longer regarded as being OP. The tanks will be listed going up from Tiers 1 to 10. Without wasting time, let’s begin!

P.S. This is my first ever article I‘ve wrote, if the quality of the article is bad, I sincerely apologize.

Tier 1:

T1 Cunningham:

Still widely regarded as the best tier 1 tank, the T1 Cunningham was once completely overpowered as it had access to the 20mm Hispano-Suiza Birkigt autocannon. Also being quite nimble and quick, the tank was a favourite for company battles, as only one tier 1 tank could be picked.

With a clip size of 15, shell intraclip time of 0,1s and full clip reload time of 7,7s,
the gun was capable of mowing down tier 1 and even most tier 2 tanks with single clip.
As average tier 1 tanks health is around 120, with full clip potential being 180, it was possible to
destroy a tier 1 tank and still have shells left in clip to severely (around 50% of health) damage another one.
The gun was removed with update 9.14
It‘s worth noting that 37 mm M1924 has also been nerfed for being too good, the clip size has been reduced from 5 to 3, as the gun also had the capability to utterly demolish other tier 1 peers.
Lets move on to tier 2, we meet the little devil of the tier;

Tier 2:
The menace of tier 2 – T18:

T18 was undoubtedly the best tier 2 tank overall: with frontal hull armour of up to 51mm thick, top speed of 48 km/h, paired with awesome specific power of over 27 HP/T, the T18 was great platform for a tier 2 tank. But the real highlight of the tank, outside the outstanding frontal armour, was the 75mm M1A1 howitzer the tank had.


At the time, with most tanks at tier 2 barely having 51mm of penetration or above, the armour was uncontestably strong for a tier 2 tank, only with other tier 2 tank destroyer counterparts standing a chance of penetrating the tank frontally.

The side profile of the tank, unfortunately, was a different kind of story

With 32mm (not taking into account spaced track armour) of armour max, any tier 2 tank had the ability to completely penetrate or at least contest the side profile of T18. With the side of the tank being quite weak, though still able to bounce some tier 2 gun shells, the T18 was best used for head-on engagements, avoiding close quarters fights, as T18 only had tank traverse of 22 deg/s, so flanking it was the best bet for ensuring a penetration.

T18 had access to 2 competitive guns, the QF 2-pdr Mk.IX, which had respectable penetration, blistering RoF of 28.5(!) and 45 average damage, and the 75mm M1A1 howitzer, the latter being best choice for the tank.

With alpha damage of 175 with HEAT shells and blisteringly quick RoF, T18 had the power to absolutely annihilate Tier 1 and 2 tanks, and shave off over half the health of tier 3 tanks. The only real drawback was the poor HEAT shell penetration values and terrible accuracy.

(Note: 91 penetration shell was APCR with cost of 2800, making HEAT the most viable way of playing the tank)

The tank was replaced by the T3 HMC with patch 9.12, while T18 got rebalanced and put as American tier 3 artillery.

Tier 3:
Marder II:

Probably the most hated tank by WG, the Marder 2 has been nerfed so many times that it‘s barely a shadow of its former self.
The first nerf that struck the tank was during the patch 7.5, due to the matchmaking spread revamp,
the marder 2 would never see tier 8 (!) tanks again, therefore it had to be rebalanced to ensure balanced gameplay. Another nerf struck the tank with patch 8.0, decreasing RoF, aim time, dispersion and traverse. But let’s take a look at Marder II before the nerfs, during patch 0.7.2:

Datamined tank specs:
Speed: Forwards: 40 km/h;
Backwards: 11 km/h;
Specific power (with full load): 12,5 hp/t
Max load: 12.8t;
Max. armour: 35 mm;
View range: 402.5m (???, could be wrong);
Terrain resistances: Hard: 1.142
Medium: 1.371
Soft: 2.742
Tank traverse: 40 deg/s;
Dispersion values: during movement: 0.23
during tank rotation: 0.23
Guns: 50mm PaK 39 L60;
75mm PaK 40 2
76mm PaK 36r
Top engine: Maybach HL62TRM
Engine power: 160 hp;
Fire chance: 20%;
Top radio: FuG5
Radio distance: 310m;
Top gun 76mm PaK 36r stats:
Max ammo capacity: 36 shells;
Gun traverse: -10/8;
Reload speed: 4.34 (RoF of a bit over 13,8 RpM);
Shell dispersion values: During turret rotation: 0.1;
After shot: 3.0;
After gun damage: 2.0;
Shell accuracy (or dispersion): 0.434;
Aim time: 1.71s;
76mm Pzgr39r (Armor Piercing):
Shell speed: 740 m/s;
Penetration: 118;
Shell cost: 67 credits;
Damage: 125;
Module damage: 100;

76mm Pzgr.40r (Armor Piercing Composite-Rigid):
Shell speed: 925 m/s;
Penetration: 158;
Shell price: 5 gold (Back at the day premium shells were purchasable for gold only, why don‘t they bring this back?);
Damage: 125;
Module damage: 100;

76mm Sprg.18r (High Explosive):
Shell speed: 740 m/s;
Penetration: 39;
Shell Price: 39 credits;
Damage: 185;
Module damage: 100;

The tank was quite strong for tier 3, with high RoF paired with respectable alpha damage. Considering MM improvements that came with patch 7.5, WGs actions to rebalance the tank were justified.

On to another forgotten tier 3 jewel:
SU-26 artillery:

Most of you will be probably be surprised by the pick. Only the longest players will remember, that the SU-26 used to get a 122mm howitzer

What made this gun so great, was the fast aiming time, relatively good accuracy, 270 alpha damage shell (we‘ll come to that in a moment), fast reload time and high arc of fire.

What made the gun interesting was weird ammo choices. First two HE shells (as seen in the photo) are both standard shells, they cost 75 and 150 credits, respectively. As the second HE shell costed twice as more (only 150 credits) but did nearly half more alpha damage, it was the best shell to use, and coupled with great RoF and high shell arc (in a moment), this is what made the tank great.

The high arc of fire allowed the shell to hit the engine decks and roof of some turrets, one of the weakest parts of the tank (currently one of the most (if not the most) armoured tank in the game, the mighty Maus, has 50mm of hull roof armour, and 60mm of turret roof armour), 61mm of penetration proved sufficient to penetrate and deal maximum damage (including module damage) to enemy tanks, therefore crippling them.

The weapon and the tank (health, view range mobility nerf) itself was nerfed during patch 8.3, having lost 4 of it‘s shells (28 to 24), RoF nerf (reload speed became 9.3 secs, from 8.9 secs) and the tank got it‘s dispersion during moving, turning and gun rotation nerfed, contributing to longer aim times. The gun was removed with the total artillery rebalance that came with patch 8.6. After the gun removal the tank was commonly regarded as one of the worst in tier.

Ahead to tier 4!

Tier 4

The tier 4 soviet light, the T-50, just like it‘s older brother at tier 5, the T-50-2 were regarded the best light tanks at their tier. The T-50 was regarded great for its speed and impressive armour.
T-50 boasted top speed of 60 km/h, which is not great, but was amplified by its fantasic engine power of 500hp, giving the tank specific power to weight ratio of over 35hp/t, making it very fast to accelerate and to maintain a respectable top speed while climbing hills (could easily maintain a 40-45 km/h speed while climbing the castle hill in Himmelsdorf )

The stats of T-50 in 2012:
(Note: the engine power is 500hp, but it has been increased with removed speed governor)

Ammunition loadout for the 57mm ZiS-8 gun

Another quite impressive feature was its armour, while the armour itself wasn‘t that good
(Around 40 effective armour on the UFP and 60 on LFP),

The angling on shoulder plates made that even 100mm guns would ricochet off, therefore making the armour trollish and unpredictable.

Another prominent feature of the tank was its small size, making the tank hard to hit at ranges, where it mostly was encountered (T-50 was regarded as a great active scout).

But the tank had few considerable drawbacks, first of all, the gun it got, 57mm ZiS-8, was incapable of dealing with higher tier medium tanks (Back then tier 4 light tanks could see tier 8 tanks), with average AP penetration of 75mm, the tank had little no chances contesting armour of higher tier mediums.
Another poor aspect of the tank was its view range, having 332 base. Without a skilled crew and equipment, 332 base viewrange proved lackluster in high tier games, as the tank simply got outspotted, but that‘s where the tanks high mobility proved quite helpful.

The T-50 got considerably nerfed in update 8.7, having its 57mm gun removed, max top speed nerfed by 8 km/h and losing its top 2 engines (this has massively impacted the tank, as the loss of 500 and 450 hp engines changed the playstyle of the tank).

Now let’s head to the sweet spot, tier 5:

Tier 5:

The speed demon, T-50-2:

Once the king of tier 5 light tanks, this jewel has since been replaced by the MT-25 in patch 8.7, the same patch when T-50 got a considerable nerf. The reason of replacement was that „it didn‘t behave the same way in-game as it did in real life“. Historically, the tank was built for infantry support, therefore it was very slow, with maximum top speed of 20 km/h (yes, really), had maximum armour of 45mm and wielded the 45mm 20K gun.
As a tier 5 light tank, it had a matchmaking spread of +2/+5, ergo it was common to be matched into tier X games.

Historical design:

Tank statistics from 2011

Research tree:

The tank had option to use 57mm ZiS-4 or 76mm F-34 as top gun options:
Gun statistics:

The 57mm Zis-4 had RoF of 20.69 RpM, with 112 mm of penetration and 85 alpha damage, was commonly regarded as the best gun for the tank, alternatively, the player had the ability to choose the 76mm F-34 with 86mm of penetration, RoF of 16.22 RpM and 110 alpha damage, but the low standard shell penetration and dissapointing premium shell with only 102mm of penetration rendered many tier IX-X tanks immune to the gun.

With specific power of over 31hp/t, the tank could easily reach its top speed of 72km/h and maintain it. The extremely fast top speed of the tank had consequences however, the tank was prone to drifting while turning, and the tank earned a nickname of „game engine breaker“ as the tank was simply too fast. It was very easy to harass heavy tanks and even some mobile medium tanks, as it was very easy for the tank to outrun their turret and hull traverse.

The optimal playstyle for the tank was a mobile support vehicle, flanking enemies and shooting at their rear armour, where the 57mm gun had the most chances of penetrating.

Up next, another tier 5 tank:


Once the best tank destroyers at tier 5, the SU-85 had acceptable armour, was quite mobile and had access to the 107mm ZiS-6s cannon, which had the capability of destroying a tier 5 heavy tank in 2 shots.

With a base reload time of 7.7 seconds, the tank had the ability to utterly demolish other tier 5 tanks
and remain unspotted, thanks to a good camo coefficient.

The gun was removed with patch 7.5, as it was no longer needed for the tank, since 7.5 brought the game matchmaking spread rework, therefore SU-85 would never see tier 8 tanks. To compensate for the loss of top gun, a new 85mm gun, the 85mm D5S-85BM was added, which had much worse penetration (144 compared to 167 of the 107mm gun), much less alpha damage (180 compared to 300), but had marginal advantage in rate of fire (base RoF of 10 RpM), accuracy (0.34 base) and aiming time (2.3s base).

Let’s move on to another iconic Soviet monster:

The KV
2 KV tanks in battle

Place in the tech tree

No, not KV-1 or KV-2, the KV was a tier 5 heavy tank that, for all intents and purposes, was basically a KV-2 at tier 5, having access to 107 ZiS-6 and the monstrous 152mm M10 howitzer.
KV had the chassis of KV-1 and turret of an KV-2;
Tank stats (datamined from old WoT clients)
Speed: Top:+34 km/h;
Reverse: -10 km/h;
HP: 660;
Available guns: 76mm ZiS-5, 76mm S-54, 122mm cannon U-11, 107mm ZiS-6, 152mm M-10;

152mm M10 howitzer stats:
Reload time: 15.5s (RoF of 3.87 RpM);
Ammo capacity: 20 shells;
Aim time: 3s;
Dispersion at 100m: 0.44;
Dispersion during turret rotation: 0.08;
after shot: 3.0;
after gun damage: 2.0;

152mm 53-G-530 (Armor piercing):
Shell speed: 600 m/s;
Penetration: 228;
Shell price: 725 credits;
Damage: 700;
Module damage: 135;

152mm 53BP540 (High Explosive Anti Tank):
Shell speed: 750 m/s;
Penetration: 228 (Russian bias);
Shell price: 12 gold
Damage: 700;
Module damage: 203;

152mm_53-OF-530 (High Explosive):
Shell speed: 600m/s;
Penetration: 86;
Shell price: 810 credits;
Damage: 910;
Explosion radius: 3.67m;
Module damage: 203;
107mm ZiS-6 stats
Reload time: 8.5s (RoF of 7.06 RpM);
Max ammo: 30 shells;
Aim time: 3 secs (same as the 152mm M-10?)
Dispersion at 100m: 0.39;
Dispersion during turret rotation: 0.16;
after shot: 4.0;
after gun damage: 2.0;
(Other than accuracy. gun dispersion stats are worse than those on 152mm, russian bias strikes again)
107mm UBR-420 ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) (Armor piercing):
Shell speed: 830 m/s;
Penetration: 167;
Shell price: 270 credits;
Damage: 300;
Module damage: 150;

107mm_UBR-420P (Insert lenny here) (Armor Piercing Composite-Rigid)
Speed: 1038 m/s;
Penetration: 219;
Shell price: 10 gold;
Damage: 300;
Module damage: 140;

107mm_UOF-420 (High Explosive)
Shell speed: 830 m/s;
Penetration: 54;
Shell price: 280 credits;
Damage: 380;
Explosion radius: 2.07m;
Module damage: 150;

All around regarded as the best tier 5 heavy tank of its time, the KV was removed from the game in patch 0.7.3, with the Russian heavy line rework, its spot at tier 5 has been taken over by the KV-1 as we know it today, KV-3 has been pushed back from tier 6 into tier 7 and its spot has been taken over by the glorious KV-2;

On to yet another, but the last of tier 5 tanks:

The old Panzerkampfwagen IV (PzIV):

Once the king of tier 5 tanks, the PzIV terrorized tier 5 up until patch 8.0, when WG decided to remove its top 7,5 cm KwK 42 L/70 gun, remove the Schmalturm turret and completely rebalance the tank.
The tank was rebalanced due to the matchmaking changes that came with update 7.5, the PzIV would never see tier 8 tanks again, but the tank wasn‘t changed, therefore the tank was still optimized for fighting tier 8 tanks it would never see, and that was the reason of the huge nerf that struck the tank.

Gun selection:

Top 75mm gun, that was removed with patch 8.0

The gun for its tier was simply too good, the PzIV was capable of sniping from long ranges with its great accuracy and respectable RoF. The armour was pretty ok too, it was not uncommon to pull out a bounce or two from lower or equal tier tanks.

After the 8.0 patch, the tank underwent drastic playstyle changes. With the 75mm gun removed, and top 10.5cm howitzer being the best option for the tank, PzIV changed from a second line sniper to a brawler.

This concludes part 1. In part 2 we‘ll end with overpowered tier X beasts, of which some were nerfed a long time ago, and some quite recently. Big thanks to TAP Discord for the help they provided, without them this wouldn‘t have been possible. And please, constructive criticism about what I could improve while writing part 2 would be appreciated;

Au revoir


36 thoughts on “The OP Tanks of the Past (part 1/2):

    1. 2013 and earlier wasnt great either, full of imba tanks, arty was godawful to face (and you would at some point see +5 of them, gg…), HEAT was completely retarded after 8.0, etc etc, and while maps werent corridory, quite many of them were awfully campy, so the gameplay wasnt really better.

      I would say the glory times of the game was from mid 2014 to early-mid 2016. The game started to go downhill after they began removing maps without adding new ones, and then favoring of adding retarded premiums that are stronger than non-premiums in favor of regular tank lines. I would however say that the game was not too much worse than in its “glory times” until they introduced Paytriot and Defender and patch 9.17.1 and so happened. 9.18 was improvement for MM and arty (arguably), but then they shat on the MM in 9.19, making MM arguably worse than old one unless you play tier 3 or tier 9-10.

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      1. The most important difference what was the lack of credit gold ammo imo. And I miss the most the skill when you engage a stronger tank. Now if you can’t pen just tap the magical button 2 for extra skill, back then you actually had to use your brain how to deal with the enemy. When you could buy prem ammo ony with gold they were so much more rare to see in random battles, yes some wallet warriors spammed gold especially with the vk36 infamous Konisch gun which was totally useless with credit ap ( ~160 pen but only dealt like 50 damage) but was seriously broken op with gold ( over 220 pen and 130+ dmg).
        But thee were rare, the game was much more skill dependant than now because you had to rely on AP and HE ammo only.
        Personally I haven’t really used prem ammo when it was for gold only. Not in closed beta where you got daily 150 gold and neither after release. I bought all 3 pre-order packs, started the game after release with 50k+ gold but never purchased a single gold ammo from them because I felt they are a waste of money.

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        1. Well, one could argue about the game being more skill dependant back then, as there is always the other side: heavy armored tanks raping the lower tiers without them having any real chance of fighting back (especially slow once). There’s always two sides of a medal. But surely I should mention that still back then tanks used to have frontal weakspots that werent armored better than most tanks gold pen (awesome new “weakspots” on type 5…). And of course the addition of gold for credits made the game a lot faster as there would be more penetrating hits then ever before.

          In addition gold ammo, no matter if bought for credits or gold, isnt helping the balance of the game as a mechanic (you either tend to have tanks broken when shot at with ap or useless when shot at with gold, as WG still tries to find a balance inbetween instead of taking the WoT Blitz approach).

          What I miss most is the time before the powercreep startet with every new tank having to be better and better adding more to the avg pen, alpha and speed of each tier and WG reacting to it with buffs to old tanks instead of nerfs to the new ones. Back in the days the game used to feel a lot slower and more tactical.

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      2. The ‘glory days’ of WoT as I define them are between patch 8.6 and 9.6. 8.6 marks the arty nerfs and sigma buffs, and 9.6 marks the reversal of the 8.6 sigma buffs.


      3. Yeah, leggasiini, I totaly agree with your comment. For me personally the last MM change (where tier 3 won’t face tier 5) was awful. So awful that WG didn’t even mentione it in the Common Test server Patch notes. Yes, it was awful to play in a tier 3 tank, but really, WG? For a grind that is as small as 10k xp to get the tier 4 vehicle? Does it really worth it to destroy the entire MM? Because the battles that occure are usually the following
        1) Tiers 2-3 (yay, justice for tier 3s)
        2) Tiers 5-7 (playing tier 5 is pure masochism, tier 6 is OK and tier 7 is in a god-like position) so therefore:
        3) Tiers 8-10 (the most played tier in the game is screwed)

        And this is not only on paper. Among the ranked battles I had time for the random queue as well, the entire June I’ve played around 100 battles in tier 8s. As far as I can remember, my IS-3, Panther II, HWK-12, AMX 50 100, etc fought only twice against tier 6:
        In the first battle I got radley and 8k combined in IS-3
        In the second one with T69 I got spotted by a suicidal Bulldog and enemy M40/M43 and the two G.W. Pantherd ate me before i could even reach the arty shettle


        1. MM is Broken,platoons mostly see top tier,I am playing a lot of tier 8’s with my friends and tier 9/10 is the most common,also,as a tier 8 tanks,you will almost NEVER see tier 7’s and 6’s.Most of the time either it is tier 9 or 10 battles,or it is an all tier 8 battle.

          Same happens with tier 6 tanks,you hardly see any tier 5’s,I recorded my battles yesterday with my jumbo just for the lolz,I got:tier 7,8,7,8,8,8,7,6,wow,that is awful,not that I have much problems,but imagine how average players playing with some underpowered tanks feel about that.

          Long are gone the days where the 3 tier spread existed,long live the 2 and 1 tier spread!


  1. RIP SU-26 and old HE mechanic.

    I would take out the pz3 and murder literally everything with it.
    Tier6 KV-3, complete with its 1 shot 122mm? No problem. Right click, circle strafe, kill in under a minute.

    And the KV…
    Christ that thing…Sure you had one in two chance to face tier9 tanks. But when you faced tier3 tanks with the 152mm, literally every time to popped out, you killed something.
    In hindsight hilarious, however ridiculously unbalanced.

    No love for the T18 though.

    All the top kek OP tanks at least had one fatal flaw.
    SU-26 was artillery
    pz3 needed a LONG time to kill something armored.
    KV was slow. Really really slow. And with low caliber HE that could shave away 5% of your HP per hit, you could easily get killed if you weren’t careful.
    The T18?
    Nothing like that.
    It came after the HE rework, so it couldn’t be damaged by garbage HE shells.
    It was fast, acceptably maneuverable, could nuke people with its 75mm at tier2, and could tank people.

    I disdain the T18 because it took seal clubbing too far.

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  2. Regarding the 400 m of view range of the Marder. At some point, WG stopped displaying the stats of the tanks taking into consideration crew skills, commander bonus etc. Only base stats were displayed. So, I’d say the Marder view range was something around 360 m. The Batchat and Patton used to have 460 m of view range and were “normalized” at 400 m.


  3. As for the T-50-2, which was from a time when artillery reigned supreme and the game didn’t have the awful physics. The tank was not prone to drifting because it wasn’t even possible. It could move at full speed, turn and go over bumps while maintaing its top speed as if it was nothing. The usual playstyle was to rush towards the enemy base and dodge enemy fire simply because it could while artillery ruined everything. The team with most T-50-2’s would win. It was that simple.
    The patch that ruined the T-50-2 was not patch 8.7, which replaced it for the MT-25. The patch that ruined the T-50-2 was 8.0, with the introduction of physics. It could no longer run at full speed and expect to keep its tracks undamaged.

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  4. When did T18 have APCR premium shells and HEAT default shells on it’s 75mm howitzer? When I played with it it had HE default and HEAT gold shells.

    “(Back at the day premium shells were purchasable for gold only, why don‘t they bring this back?)”

    Because it would be literally pay to win and current superheavies would be even more broken than what they are already?

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  5. You missed one tanks.
    First, the Tier 3 T82 and it’s ability to one or two-shot almost everything it came across, though it was in trouble against the tier 5s. Small size, good camo, great mobility, and a 105 derp made it devastating against low tiers with their thin armor.

    As for higher tiers… don’t forget the ol’ legends T-54 and Type 59, and then the VK 3601 medium with konisch for the real old school!


        1. my worst decision in game – oh wow su76i is actually available for sale – I’m totally gonna buy it just wait few hours until I get back to home…
          Few hours later : seriously WG??!?

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  6. I found an old screenshot of my Marder II in the garage which is dated from December 2011.
    It has a 100% crew (only just begun training camo skill with them), and a binocular telescope equipped, and the stats in the garage are reporting a 460m view range.

    Another oddity, which is still present in the game to this day, is in the tier II Pz.Kpfw. 38H 735 (f).
    If anyone remembers it or has seen it, you’ll know that it’s an armoured beast at tier II but it’s very slow.

    However, it’s always had a top speed of 37km/h which it could basically never reach. Well, back in the day, for a laugh, I used to take that out and have a platooned friend in their BT-2 push me along with that monster engine they have, and we’d both easily reach that 37km/h speed. It was hilarious charging at the enemy at speed or rushing a hill in what should be a heavily armoured tank with slow speed being its only real weakness.


  7. Small comment on the T-50-2 … according to my Russian tank books, the T-50-2 (Object 211) had/was planned to have a 300 hp Diesel engine and a top speed of 64 kph … no design as an infantry tank. The original T-50 had a top speed of 50 kph.


  8. God I still remember the day when the T7 CC came. All the T18’s out and about to “troll” and you pull up on their side and go for that 25mm spot with a full clip. Got so many PM’s that day.

    And the Pz IV with the 120mm turret. My first tier 5. Man I had such fun with that beast back in the day. Tho the gun was superb. The turret on some occasions bounced a heck of a lot as top tier hull down. So I saw reason when they changed it. As the current Pz IV is equally fun.. in it’s own way. Sadly the “fun” was not translated to well when it moved to tier 6.

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    1. The article is about tanks that once were OP but were nerfed, changed or removed. Tanks that are currently OP don’t fit that bill.


  9. how’s the oldest object 704? i’ve heard that obj704 have insane firing arc in the past(but it got nerf after some patches.


  10. T50-2 was good but imho the true beast of tier 5 lights was vk28.01. With that derp gun and old heat mechanics it was amazing.


  11. oh, that bloody T18, some players used it exclusively. Had mega crews and raped the noobs starting the game. Why did WG take so long to see they were losing new players?


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