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Either something has changed in the patch.... or I've been very unlucky.... or the skill level of the player base has risen substantially in the last month or so.... But since the latest patch I'm finding I am catching fire a lot more often. Catching fire is normal when playing a BB but I'm talking about having 3 - 4 blazing fires near instantaneously. It's happened to me in a number of matches now and it's bizarre as that never used to happen to me before. It used to be the case that if I started getting HE spammed I'll cop a single fire, maybe two if I'm unlucky.... now when I'm advancing with my team I get hit with one or two salvos and suddenly have three simultaneous fires blazing across my ship. Then another salvo comes in and sets off a fourth fire. If I'm suddenly playing unicums with god like aim so be it but it all seems very odd. This almost never used to happen to me before. When it used to happen to me it was usually because I'd been overly aggressive and HE spammed from both sides. Now I'm coping 3 - 4 fires when I'm angled and advancing with team mates... is anyone else experiencing this too? These simultaneous 3 - 4 fires just because one lame cruiser decides to target me seems really odd. Even in my ZAO, which starts fires like crazy, usedn't to do that.
benlisquare posted a topic in Bug ReportsSee pic related: This is really annoying, and needs to stop. Nobody is doing anything about it. Every day a bunch of new people make multiple threads begging for CBT codes in the Chinese section of the WoWS forums. It's an eyesore. It's annoying. It's unconstructive and non-productive spam. This code begging needs to stop. What's even more annoying? All these "I'm here to post 10 posts" threads. Apparently there's a rumour going around Chinese internet forums that if you make 10 forum posts on the WoWS forums, you get a free CBT invite code, which is complete nonsense. People are creating threads solely to puff up their post count, believing that they will get a free code.