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  1. Hello, thank you to everyone willing to read this post. I thought it over, and I realized something that I denied for too long, "I'm not as good as I thought I was." So, I'm asking everyone here: What makes a good player? How do you know what the right call is? Do you always focus on capping to win, or focus on farming the most damage you can, as "doing your job?" How does a player become competitive? The top 1,000 players that you can recognize as a boon to your win, or a major threat that you must watch for. I want to become a unicum one day, but I'm unsure how to reach that. Also, a super-tester would be nice. I want to be the player that is always trying to be recruited because of their skill. I ask for everyone's advice since I don't realize how little I know until I realize how much there is to know. “Life will give you whatever experience is most helpful for the evolution of your consciousness. How do you know this is the experience you need? Because this is the experience you are having at the moment.” -Eckhart Tolle, A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life's Purpose I know there is nothing wrong with being average, but I want to be a playmaker. There is a stigma, behind the phrase "Get Good", but what's so bad about that? It just means you have more to learn, and that's ok. So, I ask everyone, please teach me what you know, and make me the better player for it. I humbly ask this not to gain an ego or an overabundance of confidence, but to become a key asset to my team. Thank you for reading; sorry if this was scattershot, I don't normally make topic posts.
  2. SteelShadow105

    XP?

    Ok, I understand that in order to get a good amount of xp you have to get an array of ribbons and deal a good amount of damage. What I don't understand is that I do those very things and yet I still get crapxp. I've played matches before where I did far less, yet still got better rewards. I've never minded having to grind to get through the tech tree, but I've gotten so close to just stop trying because I have matches like this that makes it take Forever to climb up. I still remember how many matches I had to play just to reach Kongo and Myoko. Not to mention the even slower crawl to New Mexico. I've always tried so hard to get as much xp as I can that I don't even play the game anymore, I just play to get damage just so I can get decent progress on a battleship or cruiser that I don't even like playing. I know part of it is just my capabilities as a player, but it isn't always just me. In that match I was the one who had received the most xp for my team, so everyone else on my team, whether the did damage or not, practically received no rewards. That's not even the first match I've seen like that. I've noticed that many matches I've played the most a team would get is around 9-800 xp. How does anyone make progress with that? Even when I do get above 1500 base xp I still feel like I never really got much further. Sure it wouldnt take too long to reach a 100k xp or so to get to your next ship (especially when you have premium), but thats not even including the hulls you have to research, or the other modules just so you can play the ship where it can actually be effective. All I'm trying to get at is that the xp system never seems consistent, and in the end gives so little progress, especially when it comes to new comers trying to get to their ideal ships. If there is any advice on this I am happy to listen.
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