WoT Chinese Server- Alpine Tiger

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A brief little thing from the Chinese server.

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A black WZ-111 with what looks like a snow leopard decal on the turret. Notable is its 2× XP coefficient. Stats ares imilar to its counterpart aside from a 12 second reload (from the 10.8 seconds of the normal WZ) and a reduced view range of 380m (from 418 on the WZ).

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34 comments on “WoT Chinese Server- Alpine Tiger

  1. Moondiver says:

    Looks actually pretty nice!




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  2. Ion7 says:

    Interesting, a playmate to the Type 59 G.




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  3. AHELPFULSOUL says:

    Stats are EXACTLY the same, its the crew bonuses that net 10.8s reload and 418m viewrange.




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  4. Gamerdom says:

    wow they are really working the cartoon route for WOT now! But it does look good but we wont see it in EU will we?




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  5. Anonymous says:

    ok, after Type 59 GOLD now comes out a WZ111 SILVER?




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  6. Cent says:

    What the fuck, there are no tigers or leopards in the Alps! What about historical accuracy, huh?




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  7. Greene Ghostavo says:

    WG needs cash.. BAD!!!




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  8. WZ 111 AT….. plz, come to SEA server too….. T_T




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  9. Nitzu says:

    Wasn’t Type 59 G so legendary because of a x2 CREDITS, not EXP compared to regular one?




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  10. nano852 says:

    almost gave me a heart attack, i thought it was another BLACK EDITION




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  11. A Dude says:

    Inconsistent. It says “Alpine Tiger” in the title, but in the description it’s suddenly a snow leopard. On top of that both animals are much more like likely to be encountered in the Himalayas.




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    • parthenon says:

      “Alpine” does not actually refer specifically to the Alps. Its applicable to the higher slopes of any mountain cluster or range so it works just fine for the Himalayas. Mind you, it tends to refer to areas above the tree line which isnt usually tiger country…




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      • A Dude says:

        I’m sorry, did I say that tigers are frequently encountered above the tree line? I don’t quite think so.

        And since alpine comes from the word “alp” it would obviously refer to this mountain range, wouldn’t it?




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  12. Thomas A. says:

    We need a special variant for every server.
    NA: Bold Egle T26E4
    EU: Queen’s Knigth FV2004 P
    RU: Medved IS-6
    ???




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  13. wolvenworks says:

    rule no.1 regarding chinese servers: we DO NOT talk about that abomination called the Chinese Server. Just a friendly reminder, they are not run by WG, and it’s packed with pay2wins. there’s a reason why the good Chinese guys went to SEA, guys. (and that’s why ELONG represents ASIA region even though they’re from China. they play on SEA)




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    • Nobody cares about your rule or opinion.




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    • MegamiHestia says:

      Technically speaking chinese server is more like pay to grind instead of pay to win. Although many still-in-supertest tanks and already-removed-from-shop tanks are available for purchase, those are still tanks ‘made’ by wargaming and follows in-game balance. The game is still the game under exactly the same mechanics. The only thing really special about chinese server is that x5 and x3 xp events are much more frequent than that on any other server I have played on, making it generally faster to reach top tier. Also, if you suck at playing the game, just like on any other server, you can’t get very far no matter how much money you dump into the premium shop.




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  14. theundying says:

    This does honestly look pretty cool.




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  15. ciccio says:

    Tamarro. Va bene per i cinesi




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  16. loserdestiny says:

    How about finally starting using “100% crew” option in the comparison tool, instead of “Current crew”?
    Really dumb mistake being repeated over and over again and resulting in false assumptions…




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