urho wrote:It's most likely that both tanks will hit each other with the first shot.
In best case at max range 50*1.16 = 58% CTH for T-72B and for Mexas 65*1.16 = 75%. 58 vs 78 %. This is huge difference not mentioning if one of them retreating the stab on Mexas is far superior and any morale pentaly is more serious for T-72B.
So rest of you comment is simply pointless because even the first statement is totally false...
I guess i need to spoon feed you how to do elementary school math and how to read.
btw: Interesting how your 75% turned into a 78%.Elementary school math:
CTH B1 vs Mexas: 0.58
CTH Mexas vs B1: 0.75
Mexas and B1 both hit: 0.58*0.75 = 43.5% (A)
B1 misses, Mexas hits: 0.42*0.75 = 31.5% (B)
B1 hits, Mexas misses: 0.58*0.25 = 14.5% (C)
B1 misses, Mexas misses: 0.42*0.25 = 10.5% (D)Reading comprehension( Which case is "most likely"? ):
Easy! Find me the letter next to highest percentage number.
Can you do it, molni? Try really hard! Where's the highest number? Where is it?!
PSA: Stab has a minor effect on balance, since tanks don't shoot on the move most of the time. Learn to use attack move.