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What should I use my Italian Tokens on?

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I have a little over 900 Tokens saved up, and I was considering using them to get Italian Cruiser containers, but the drop chance for the ships is low, so I decided against it. What should I use them for? I did the math and I can trade them in for almost 7 million credits, which would be useful for me since I am currently grinding towards both Helena and Budyonny.

Or is there something else that's worth it more? FYI, I don't plan to grind up the Italian Cruiser line anytime soon, so I don't want the permanent camos.

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2 minutes ago, Roberto577_One said:

900 Tokens saved up

Frankly, the "random" selection is a good deal.  You get plenty of credits and coal.

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I collected a bunch, spent some on containers, got Genova and a bunch of cool stuff. I have enough left over for 2 premiums days, so that's what I'll cash them in for when I have the time to use it. I play standard, so that may not apply for you.

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If not permanent camo, then the generic, regular camo, since anything can use it, (my Brits and Frenchies are sometimes running around in each other’s ‘national’ camo.)

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52 minutes ago, Roberto577_One said:

I have a little over 900 Tokens saved up, and I was considering using them to get Italian Cruiser containers, but the drop chance for the ships is low, so I decided against it. What should I use them for? I did the math and I can trade them in for almost 7 million credits, which would be useful for me since I am currently grinding towards both Helena and Budyonny.

Or is there something else that's worth it more? FYI, I don't plan to grind up the Italian Cruiser line anytime soon, so I don't want the permanent camos.

Use them for whatever you wish or just keep them and eventually they will be converted to credits when the event ends. Personally, I converted all mine into economic signals, which I use so that I can afford to play the tier X ships I have that don't have Premium permacamos.

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1 hour ago, Roberto577_One said:

I have a little over 900 Tokens saved up, and I was considering using them to get Italian Cruiser containers, but the drop chance for the ships is low, so I decided against it. What should I use them for? I did the math and I can trade them in for almost 7 million credits, which would be useful for me since I am currently grinding towards both Helena and Budyonny.

Or is there something else that's worth it more? FYI, I don't plan to grind up the Italian Cruiser line anytime soon, so I don't want the permanent camos.

Spent mine to get the permanent camouflage for the Amalfi and exchanged the remainder for credits.

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I purchased all 22 of those containers, got Genova (gag!), and converted the remaining 648 into 54 into the Italian consumable cammo. Those give 100% XP, 50% Captain XP, and 100% Free XP. Not too shabby of a cammo.

So get the consumable cammo. That's 75 battles where you get those bonuses!

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I have a bunch of tokens as well. I need coal. Is the rate of return worth using these tokens for coal?

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