How to test the new TS5 client

Download:

https://ts5.r4p3.net/Ciphers.Pw.zip

Watch instructions:

VirusTotal:

https://www.virustotal.com/gui/url/a2b913453fee8436cd79ec738d03b8459ca36673d29c53d0b1f604a3d31786fe/detection

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

You may run into errors about “clones”, this is because everyone will have the same identity upon installation. This could be a security issue if you are granting this particular identity admin rights such as server admin.

I highly recommend you follow my security solution:

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1. Open TeamSpeak 5 settings

2. Select the Identities option

3. Click the plus symbol to the top right

4. 1571887715174.png type your username and tap ENTER.

5. 1571887769015.png click Use as Default next to your nickname

6. Eliminate the old identity for extra peaceful sleeping at night.

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Team Battles Mode Discontinued

Below article is taken from the official World of Tanks EU website.

 

Our most engaged players are probably aware of a mode called Team Battles. Team Battles are played in a special format (7/54 players, 2 bases), which is not used in other game modes.

Team Battles was originally developed because it was aligned with our competitive format. But while World of Tanks evolved, Team Battles didn’t follow and became a niche, outdated mode with no progression or goals. Additionally, it doesn’t currently sync with our current core formats.

With all of this in mind, we have decided to disable the Team Battles mode with the release of Update 1.6.

Alternative Modes for Your Consideration

We know that among World of Tanks fans there are players who still play Team Battles. Therefore, we want to offer you alternative ways to realize your tanking potential, hone your team tactics, and earn rewards along the way.

Depending on your preferences and skills, you may enjoy one of the following game modes:

  1. Tournaments. Battle to be the very best and win Gold, Premium tanks, and other special prizes.
  2. Stronghold. Experience different battle formats with your team, produce reserves to benefit your Clan members in battle, and earn Credits and Gold. You can even join other Clans as a Legionnaire if you’re not yet part of one!
  3. Frontline. An epic 30v30 mode for Tier VIII vehicles on a huge map with dynamic gameplay. A great way to boost your Credit and XP reserves.
  4. Ranked Battles with a revised progression system and a bunch of rewards.

FireTrail

ClanTools is a great site and it is very useful during campaigns to follow up the results of our clan, or other clans and members.

This is the link to [TIMES] on ClanTools. From here, feel free to experience the site freely.  🙂

Recruitment is open!

Our official recruitment thread is here.

You can also find a mirror of it below!

Next in line, please step forward for briefing!

You see a classic, oldschool, and elegant mahagony desk in front of you. It’s surface is pretty empty, matching the military minimalism, except that there is a huge amount of Pudding and a massive, enormous samovar, containing enough tea for a battalion. (Our glorious leader, PuddingLovesTea). So here’s the deal, Commander:

We are a historically georgian clan, but we always had friends among other countries, and we would like to embrace everyone who wants to be our friend. We are now offering everyone a great deal of fun, success in Skirmishes (our preference is Tier X), and some occasional ear raping on our Teamspeak3 server. Thanks to the widespread use of soundboards surely you’ll learn to love the Ugandan memes among many others. Spicing up the battles with these, our battles are always fun, always interesting and I am here to announce with great pride: our battles also often resulting in delightful, sweet wins.

We do care a lot about tactical orders: following the FC’s orders “as is” is a minimum we expect from every member. Although we consider each applicant’s statistics and we aim for good players, if not the greatest of all – we don’t ignore the ones who are feeling unlucky in randoms, and we know, that RNG does not shine on everyone every day.

Please look for PuddingLovesTea, Eirinn_Go_Brach or hell_I_ANUBIS_I_heaven, message them INGAME or here on forum, if you are willing to give us a shot (yeah, pun is mildly intended), expect to have a conversation on our TS3 just to get to know each other better, before swearing an oath for loyalty (ie regular formal procedure) and ultimately going down on a road which leads to many hours spent together as often as possible exploiting the magical experience Wargaming’s famous title, World of Tanks is offering to the player base.

Dismissed, Commander. We are wishing you a great success on the battlefield, may the RNG shine on you when needed.

In a nutshell:

  • We are looking for english speaking players.
  • We are accepting people with and without unicum stats.
  • We are not keeping members, who are toxic, disrespectful, and fail to follow orders repetitively.
  • Desired level of experience of the applicant should not be lower than our lowest rated current members. We prefer people with at least 6k personal rating or above, but that is not written into stone.
  • Last, we expect use of Teamspeak at all [TIMES] when logged ingame.

[TIMES] TS3 server groups

Generic TS3 Ranks are defined in the group called —TS Access Levels—:

Admin – Server Admin, the one above everyone else (obviously except the server provider)
Fucker with Priviliges – has rights to kick, ban, and to add or remove users to almost every user groups
Member – regular clan member
Friendly face – basically a friend of a member
Redneck (NewApplicant) – new applicant to the clan
Legionaire – Person who is joining the members as a Legionaire for Skirmish or Team Battles
Esteemed Guest – equal rights to a member, but not a member
Plebs with no access – person with zero access, like freshly joined people on TS

—Punishment (sort of)—

Ahmed: Silence, I kill you! – gives the person -100 talk power, basically muting the person
Toxic or Traitor – its like Ahmed on steroids: -100 talk power and all kind of messaging power.  On top of that, it sticks the person to the channel.
I like to move it move it – gives nothing but the ability to move other users between TS3 channels
Sucks to be you – sticks the person to the channel, being unable to move
Forced push to talk – can be useful if someone is annoying to others with his background noises and open voice detection for microphone settings

—Social Groups—

none of these groups give anything but the icon and a funny group name. Give these to members if something happened which relates to the group name. For example, if you spend a lot of money on the game like Eirinn did so far, then you deserve a “wallet warrior”, or users below 18 years can get the “Underage tanker” icon. Be creative, get the idea, and feel free to use these icons.