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Ouroboros signal flag put on but not listed in results

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I put on the Ouroboros signal flag which is suppose to be 777%. Looking at my results, in the modifiers it is not listed at all. By the looks of my xp totals I didn't get anything. (ya, it was a bad match) The Basilisk flag and WowS Anniversary camo is listed but no Ouroboros. The Ouroboros flag is no longer in my signal listing.

 

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hover over the 987 free exp you received on that screen and see if its listed there

 

the modifiers listed are for normal EXP only, the Free EXP and commander EXP modifiers should be listed if you hover over their values

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13 hours ago, Rumbaugh said:

I put on the Ouroboros signal flag which is suppose to be 777%. Looking at my results, in the modifiers it is not listed at all. By the looks of my xp totals I didn't get anything. (ya, it was a bad match) The Basilisk flag and WowS Anniversary camo is listed but no Ouroboros. The Ouroboros flag is no longer in my signal listing.

 

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normal free xp is 5% of the total amount of ship experience earned in battle I believe, and you got way more than that

 

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7 hours ago, evanr1940 said:

 

normal free xp is 5% of the total amount of ship experience earned in battle I believe, and you got way more than that

 

I don't know how they do the math but 100% would be another 732 xp. 777% should be 7.77 times the 732 which would be 5687.64. (rounded of course) But coming from wargaming's math I've seen in WoT who knows how they calculate it.

Edit: 987 is 134% of 732

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