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People who give importance to winrate, scores and ranks, aspects that you cannot control yourself in a battle, are players who outside of the game, in their daily lives, did not build something more valuable and profitable, and only have the unfortunate reality of showing off a winrate or a score in a PC game. Before wanting to brag to other players of winning more victories in a game or having more sinks (can be stolen). Think that this does not depend on you, since you do not control what other ships do in A, B or C ... or what a Carrier does in the distance or a Submarine in the deep, outside of you. First, see if you have your own house, car, steady job, university degree, children, hobbies, friends with barbecue, etc. If you are a loser with winrate, they are too bad ...
Had a pretty bad session so far, numerous blowouts, got detonated too, all the fun stuff. Then I thought, "hey, why not play something broken?" as a last effort to get the points I wanted. I guess what RNG taketh, RNG giveth. This is the result, I don't think I will be able to surpass this during the event's duration: What's your largest yield of points in a single battle? Let's compare results.
So I tried to run WAW for the first time on this computer and I've been getting an error. Here's what it says. "The procedure entry point MiniDumpWriteDump could not be located in the dynamic link library C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\dlumd11.dll." I don't know what this means. I am running Windows 10 on a lower high-end rig that I've never had troubles with before. Any help is appreciated! Thanks!