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Just had a super great game. Our team played an excellent game, well fought against the reds. I am well pleased with the results. Our number one player secured a Kraken (5 kills). First, all the best to the team: Here's my resullt screen: You can't have a game like this without a great team! I really do wish we had maybe one (or two) "Attaboy" awards we could award to a random battle team when they played well. Just karma you understand, but it would be nice. Have a great weekend folks!
So, I just laid out a major Letter/Document/Article/Argument in another thread dealing with blatantly spiteful behavior towards others here on the forum. It also reminded me of how another individual in the game recently distinguished himself, and I posted a thread about it here trying to congratulate them and encourage such behavior.. Here on the forum, the first comments directed at that comment were meant to be debasing towards the intent of the thread.. Part of the problem right now with World of Warships is being called "Burnout". Its a topic that I have personally discussed with others here, members far more prominent than myself who have been here far longer and have watched many friends leave the game because of it compounding with other issues. We also have several Content Creators spelling it out in videos, courtesy of Youtube.. Burnout is being caused by bad user interaction, a large portion of which being random team mates you have no choice but to be stuck with, that emphatically refuse to participate in anything remotely resembling teamwork.. Any request for such teamwork is either ignored, or instantly spawns personal attacks leveled at you for having the indignity to even suggest such a thing... Sometimes you get lucky and your team wins.. Othertimes the player(s) completely shafts the match for everyone else trying to do it right.. To those suffering through Ranked battles right now, I feel your pain... You are not forgotten.. Unfortunately, it extends here to the Forum.. I've witnessed a few individuals intentionally lie to try and defame the character of another user here on the Forum because they didnt like or agree with something that person said, so they made it their mission to go after that person's credibility.. Should we really have to be putting up with that here when such action is open, blatant, and provable? Believe me, I'd rather see time better spent getting a mechanic put into the game where if someone goes above and beyond in the game providing teamwork and being a great sport towards others that they get rewarded.. That might go a long way to alleviating some of the issues. The way I would do it is this way, using Player support, take a screenshot of the Individual on the final screen tabs that you issued a compliment to in the battle itself. Submit that Screenshot in a support ticket to nominate that player. When Wargaming sees that player was complimented, put them into a pool for a given number of rewards for each month drawn randomly.. Have the reward be 1million exhange credits or 10 nice camouflages deposited into their account with a notice saying they were awarded for being a great team player... We really should be doing more to encourage good teamwork in the game.. Perhaps then that will spill over onto the forum itself.. If you have positive ideas, please share them.. Maybe we can get a little movement behind such an idea.
So I just got out of a battle, and wanted to put this up right away. I just had an encounter with an incredibly rare type of player, who deserves recognition for his actions. It was a tier 10 battle, and I had taken in my T8 Bismarck.. Now I just got the Bismarck last week, and it was in no way fully kitted out yet.. I just bought the final upgrades on her after the battle. She has 10 points on her captain, and I put a few flags on her for good measure. We get in, and its a map with an inbound cyclone. Myself, a Kitikaze, an Amagi, and a Kremlin headed for the capture point on the far right side of the map. The kitikaze caps early, and makes a run for point B. The three BB's hold our ground against two trying to push in.. Up shows an enemy Yugumo. While positioning in the islands to keep him from torping us, the amagi comes under heavy fire.. The Kremlin turns and runs, abandoning both of us to die instead of working as a group. In spite of repeated attempts to call him back for support, the Kremlin ignores it. It is now that the Kitikaze sees what is happening. I have now taken two torpedoes for half my health, the Amagi is dead because our Full health Kremlin didnt want to support, and I am moving away from the islands to force the Yugumo to come out.. As soon as the Kitikaze Shows up and says "Im here to help" I turn bow in and go horizontal to where the enemy DD last was, and I fire up my hydro. Kitikaze charges in, and the Yugumo is spotted. I manually target him, starting my secondaries as I open up on him with a broadside of HE.. It is the Kit's second kill of the match.. The cyclone is now in full effect, so we both angle in to where we last saw the two tier 8 battleships last heading. Closing in, I put my spotting plane up just in case it will help and we spot the enemy North Carolina, sailing broadside at full speed. A full salvo of AP grants me a citadel and three penetrations for a massive chunk of damage. I get one more salvo off as he is turning trying to get away from my Secondary guns as the Kitikaze finishes him off. The match ends, and Mr Kitikaze has taken 1st place on the team with 2000 Base XP.. But the most important thing is that his willingness to help out his team mates got him two more kills, kept at least one team member alive to back him up, and got him a positive compliment sent to him... He earned every bit of it. Teamwork can make all the difference in an outcome, and it can turn the fortune of a battle. If more players would learn this the game would be a lot better off. So here is to Mr Kitikaze