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  1. I was watching Flamu the other day and realized something the community had changed quite a lot. I was around in the closed beta test days. We had solid communication then. Sub_Octavian supported the community and gave us direct feedback on wows future plans and mechanics. He was the fall guy for the failed Puerto Rico dockyard event. It was sad to see the community divided then. It surprises me how easily we forget about Wargaming’s greed that day. It still clearly shows these days as well with back to back dockyard events that have changed in some aspects, but carry out the same purpose. To take money in large amounts from players. I think I may be old just rambling on about the past. If there is one thing I do remember it was the day when @iChase stood up and said enough was enough was Graf Zepplin. I think it’s high time that we all do the same as Wargaming only seems to listen when it hurts them in their wallet. We need to support the CC’s that do actual critical thinking and expose Wargaming’s greed. The problem is that people are too content with how things are and will likely do little to nothing on this. I will not be buying Yukon and will do a serious reassessment on when I do buy things from Wargaming. Let’s all do one very simple thing and not buy Yukon. It has to hurt their bottom line in order to see change. That is all I have to say. Make it a great day or not the choice is your’s.
  2. If you can't watch, iChase pretty much shows how opening say over 100 santa gifts, the pull happens from the same list of missing ships for all these containers.This leads to you being showered in duplicates which are compensated with doubloons. You get a profit almost always, leading to making infinite profits from every single possible container drop. Then by selling the tier IXs or in general high value ships you can repeat this, basically turning this into an infinite doubloon/credit circle. You sell high value premiums, you buy more containers with doubloons, open them all at the same time. Duplicates guarantee a higher amount of doubloons as compensation and you can do this as long as you want. Overall, this looks like a big oversight and it's good it was corrected. Still, I can't help but wonder whether some lucky guy exists with a million doubloons, a few years worth of premium time and a few tens of thousands of camos and signals. Oh yeah, and disclaimer, THIS BUG/FEATURE/CALL IT WHAT YOU WILL WAS FIXED AND NO LONGER WORKS. PLEASE SPEND RESPONSIBLY.
  3. It definitely looks enticing for new players while also allowing the existing CV veterans to flourish. The new rocket-armed attack planes look cool as anything. My big concern, however, is that iChase says that you can dodge the long-range AA fire. This may just be me, but I'm a little worried that that will mean that Defensive Fire on cruisers like the Baltimore I just bought will be largely useless until it's too late. Otherwise, I think it looks OK.
  4. If you follow/watch techtubers on youtube, you would know, PC Techtubers usually give reviews for newly released hardware. If you are a well known/growing tech tuber, companies like intel, AMD or NVIDIA would provide free samples of their product to you for review. You get to test the product (and keep it), get the results and upload about it in a video. If anyhow you say that this product is "meh" or bias towards the other competing product, then you are screwed. Next time, the said company will not send you a product for free. And since you are a techtuber, you need to upload about the newest product launched (cuz thats what u do for a living). Then you realize that criticizing a product was bad idea. You spend your own money and get the product yourself and review it. No more free samples. Only smart thing is to show no emotion or feelings. Just state the facts. Compare but dont critisize. Put up some pie charts and bar charts, talk the facts, the end. This is how good (and intelligent) techtubers managed to get free products for so long. intel, AMD, NVDIA they dont care how big youtuber you are, you insult them or critisize them anyway, no more free stuff! (Jayztwocents criticized NVIDIA for launching a 2nd pascal card within short duration and he did not receive a free sample, he is like 3rd most popular techtuber on youtube) What ichase did here is not only cross the line but erase the line himself. Its a half developed ship made available for public, so what? It's not the end of the world.If the ship is bad it will not be sold and WG will definitely do something about it. Why do you have to go full mental? Why not make a simple video stating that don't buy the ship period, like little mouse did in her review? Not a surprize at all that WG fired him. WG apologizing is just a drama to calm down the supporters because they need customers and money.