Originally Posted by Cakewalk_S
Oh boy...that coment. It usually flanks around my su-100 and I'm dead....lol. Wait till I get my su-152 with the derp 135pen 750dmg 152mm....lol
Yeah but an SU-100 is a Tier VI TD.. Im talking when i have to fight Tier VII meds, Tier VII meds tend to bounce my shots an absurd number of times, Even if i go for the sides and rear..
The top gun on the Comet needs a tiny buff, Im thinking 150 avg pen VS the 144 its at now, Put it about equal with the French 75mm on the 13 75 and the 75mm L/70 on the Panther (Tho not as good as the L/100)
The Comet's tracks are super easy to break and anything that pens you kills a module or a crewman, The manuverability isnt so great (Its less maneuverable than the Cromwell because its heavier) and just about any tank can penetrate your armor, Even the supposedly "tough" turret armor(Most guides say to put it hull down and snipe at the flanks.. I've found that to not work too well because of the penetration) i find is very easily penetrated
The best way i've found to play it is to sit back a bit on one side, behind a screen of heavies and do one of two things, Either nail anything that tries to flank the heavies or go for the artillery, Or dash around to remove an entrenched TD or put some shots into that IS-3 thats holding up the advance, However, this is a very situational tactic and relies on your team not being made up of Herp Derp mc Derpson the Third Duke of Derpyness, You cannot take the initiative or be aggressive in this tank...or at least i cant without being nailed, tracked, driver killed, set on fire and dead in 3 seconds...
Its not an awful tank, its just below average to average in most respects... its the first British tank I've thoroughly hated (And im up to the Caernarvon on the British heavy side..)