T-72S/S1 too expensive

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T-72S/S1 too expensive

Postby Lord Helmchen » Mon 8 Dec 2014 21:12

Hey,
in my opinion the T-72S1/S is too expensive. The T-72S1 is only 5 points cheaper than the Leopard 2A4.
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I made a test with a friend which shows that the Leopard 2A4 wins in 6 out of 8 cases. For only 5 points more the Leopard 2A4 really outperforms the T-72S1 by a huge margin.
Replay T-72S1 vs Leopard 2A4
IMO drop the T-72S1/S to ~120(T-72S1[GDR])/125(T-72S[GDR, Poland, Czechoslovakia]) points. They would be quite good, being still superior and more expensive than e.g. Leopard 2A1 though inferior and cheaper than the Leopard 2A4.
I did the test with the East-German T-72S1 to have a guntank vs. guntank styled test.
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Re: T-72S/S1 too expensive

Postby Mike » Mon 8 Dec 2014 21:15

I'd say 125. The M1A1 is 120 and has one less AP and front AV.
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Re: T-72S/S1 too expensive

Postby Lord Helmchen » Mon 8 Dec 2014 21:16

Mike wrote:I'd say 125. The M1A1 is 120 and has one less AP and front AV.

Time to drop the M1A1's price. :mrgreen:
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Re: T-72S/S1 too expensive

Postby TomatenMark » Mon 8 Dec 2014 21:19

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Re: T-72S/S1 too expensive

Postby Mike » Mon 8 Dec 2014 21:20

Lord Helmchen wrote:
Mike wrote:I'd say 125. The M1A1 is 120 and has one less AP and front AV.

Time to drop the M1A1's price. :mrgreen:


Well the US does have 45 point jump between the M1A1 and M1IP with nothing in the middle of it.
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Re: T-72S/S1 too expensive

Postby Muppet » Mon 8 Dec 2014 21:21

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Re: T-72S/S1 too expensive

Postby another505 » Mon 8 Dec 2014 21:28

the autonomy of the t72s makes the cost


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Re: T-72S/S1 too expensive

Postby terror51247 » Mon 8 Dec 2014 21:28

Mike wrote:I'd say 125. The M1A1 is 120 and has one less AP and front AV.

I agree. !20 pts and the thing would be too OP.It should cost 125.
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Re: T-72S/S1 too expensive

Postby Sauerkraut KIng » Mon 8 Dec 2014 21:30

I totally agree with Lord Helmchen. + 1
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Re: T-72S/S1 too expensive

Postby terror51247 » Mon 8 Dec 2014 21:30

Lord Helmchen wrote:
Mike wrote:I'd say 125. The M1A1 is 120 and has one less AP and front AV.

Time to drop the M1A1's price. :mrgreen:

But then the m1a1 would be OP compared to a bunch of other tanks like the t80BV, The chally1,leo2a1, and the t64bv1.
How can anyone play to a faction's strength if the major flavour of that faction is overpriced units in every category?

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