Login

russian armor

Tournament Statistics: Allied Meta

highlight
This is the second part of the meta review, looking at the commander choices and build orders for the three allied factions as used in WPC series and Tric's Tournament (TT). It is recommended to read the axis part first as it contains some background information on the data and more explanations on what is shown in the figures and tables that follow.


Soviet


We have 75 replays for the Soviet. In addition, commander loadouts and picks are taken from cast for four more games. Out of the total 79 games, 50 were against OH.

SOV games are available from:







games Players
7
-HOI-PauL.a.D, Talisman, VonIvan
4
VonAsten, Jesulin, FaHu
3
E-zy, Brosras {C}, BartonPL, Momo4sho, Finndeed
2
-HOI-hazuki watora, Apathy Prime, cruzz, OrangePest, Noggano, IIPLIICaptainSPrice, Theodosios, Jove
1
Zarok, Knock Knock, Woodstock, shadowwada, jimtheripper1, -Ostubaf.Vaelve-, Crescent, AndresTC, Strelok, RedxWings, KoKo Nyutella, YoloSwaggon, SoE-Sturmpanther-, Simmerz, Sotjador



Commanders
The most popular SOV commander is Guard Motor Coordination Tactics (GMC), which was only on fourth place during the ESL series earlier this year.


The "other" category in the pie charts above contain Urban Defense and Soviet Reserve Army vs. OH and Counterattack and Soviet Shock Army vs. OKW.

GMC is used in about a third of the games, so it is not as dominant as e.g. Mechanized Assault for OH. A lot of other commanders saw a significant amount of usage as well. The top pick from ESL, Armored Assault Tactics, now ended up as also-ran.

While GMC was the top pick during WPC and TT, the rest of the ranking differed. During TT, Partisans were only used once in 22 games, while Tank Hunter Tactics was on second place.












Guard Motor Coordination Tactics
Talisman (5), E-zy (3), Apathy Prime (2), Finndeed (2), Jesulin (2), -HOI-PauL.a.D (2), Theodosios (2), VonIvan (2), cruzz (1), VonAsten (1), Knock Knock (1), jimtheripper1 (1), SoE-Sturmpanther- (1), Sotjador (1)
Partisan Tactics
-HOI-PauL.a.D (3), Momo4sho (3), VonAsten (1), cruzz (1), Jesulin (1), VonIvan (1), Finndeed (1)
Mechanized Support Tactics
BartonPL (3), VonAsten (2), Zarok (1), IIPLIICaptainSPrice (1), Jove (1), Brosras {C} (1)
Tank Hunter Tactics
VonIvan (4), Brosras {C} (1), Crescent (1), IIPLIICaptainSPrice (1), Simmerz (1)
Shock Rifle Frontline Tactics
Noggano (2), Woodstock (1), Jesulin (1), AndresTC (1), Jove (1), KoKo Nyutella (1)

The table above shows which players used the top five commanders. The number in brackets indicate how many games the player play picking the commander.



Most SOV commanders were picked rather early in the game, in particular compared to the other factions. This is most pronounced for Partisan Tactics, which provides radio intercept and AI partisans already at zero and one CP.

The two doctrines with guards, or Tank Hunters are often locked in slightly later as their light AT abilities are available only after two or three CP. The only doctrine from the top five that is picked later is Shock Rifle, likely for the KV-8 and IS-2 call-ins.



The diagram above shows that GMC was part of almost every loadout. However, unlike the axis' loadouts which mostly consisted of the top two commanders and plus one other doctrine, there is no clear "second" commander.

This is also obvious in the specific loadouts listed in the spoiler below. While GMC, Partisan and Armored Assault/Tank Hunter Tactics have often been used against OKW, there is no dominant loadout against OH.




Teching and units
As stated earlier there are 75 replays from which teching and build orders (BOs) are derived.





























T1 built 48%
33%
22%
14%
Jesulin (3), Talisman (3), E-zy (3), BartonPL (3), Momo4sho (3), cruzz (2), OrangePest (2), VonIvan (2), Theodosios (2), Brosras {C} (2), Finndeed (2), and 9 others (1)
T2 built 68%
35%
14%
12%
-HOI-PauL.a.D (6), Talisman (6), VonIvan (5), FaHu (4), VonAsten (3), Finndeed (3), Brosras {C} (2), Apathy Prime (2), Noggano (2), Jove (2), and 16 others (1)
T3 built 93%
36%
16%
11%
Talisman (7), VonIvan (7), -HOI-PauL.a.D (6), VonAsten (4), Jesulin (3), E-zy (3), BartonPL (3), FaHu (3), Momo4sho (3), Finndeed (3), Brosras {C} (2), Apathy Prime (2), cruzz (2), OrangePest (2), Noggano (2), Theodosios (2), Jove (2), and 14 others (1)
T4 built 49%
43%
11%
11%
VonIvan (5), Talisman (4), -HOI-PauL.a.D (3), FaHu (3), Brosras {C} (2), Apathy Prime (2), VonAsten (2), Finndeed (2), Jesulin (2), E-zy (2), and 10 others (1)
T1 start 48%
33%
22%
14%
Jesulin (3), Talisman (3), E-zy (3), BartonPL (3), Momo4sho (3), cruzz (2), OrangePest (2), VonIvan (2), Theodosios (2), Brosras {C} (2), Finndeed (2), and 9 others (1)
T2 start 52%
36%
18%
10%
-HOI-PauL.a.D (5), VonIvan (5), Talisman (4), VonAsten (3), FaHu (3), Apathy Prime (2), Noggano (2), -HOI-hazuki watora (1), and 14 others (1)
Field Infirmary 93%
33%
16%
11%
Talisman (7), VonIvan (7), -HOI-PauL.a.D (6), VonAsten (4), FaHu (4), Jesulin (3), E-zy (3), BartonPL (3), Momo4sho (3), Finndeed (3), Brosras {C} (2), Apathy Prime (2), cruzz (2), OrangePest (2), Noggano (2), Theodosios (2), Jove (2), and 13 others (1)
Molotov Package 15%
36%
27%
9%
VonIvan (2), FaHu (2), Woodstock (1), Talisman (1), Jesulin (1), AndresTC (1), IIPLIICaptainSPrice (1), YoloSwaggon (1), Simmerz (1)
Anti-tank Grenade Package 64%
27%
15%
15%
Talisman (7), -HOI-PauL.a.D (4), VonIvan (4), FaHu (4), VonAsten (3), Finndeed (3), Apathy Prime (2), Noggano (2), Jove (2), Momo4sho (2), and 15 others (1)

The table above summarizes the tech choices for the SOV games. Note: The "T? built" means that that tech building was built at any point of the game, while e.g. "T1 start" means that T1 was the first building to be build.

The split between T1 and T2 starts is an almost perfect 50:50. The T1 opening unsurprisingly was picked mostly with a doctrine that provides some sort of light AT like guards or AT partisans. However, the GMC commander was used almost as often with a T2 opening. The next commonly used commanders with a T2 start were Shock Rifle Frontline and Armored Assault which do not provide AT solutions.

The percentage of "T1 start" and "T1 built" is identical so nobody teched back to T1 after starting with T2. However, T2 was built occasionally after some T1 starts. T3 (and the field infirmary) was built in almost all games, while T4 was built in about half of the games.

AT grenades have been researched in 64% of games, while molotovs were used in only 15% of games, mostly with commanders that rely on conscripts as mainline infantry.






unit total games of
TM-35
231
56
75
Demolition Charge
120
49
75




unit total games of
PMD-6M Light Anti-Vehicle Mines
45
2
8
Fuel Cache (SOV)
5
4
75

TM-35 mines were quite popular, but demolition charges were still built a considerable amount of time. It has to be noted though that replays only contain orders to place the charges; it is likely that in several cases the engineers were issued new orders before they started constructing the mines, effectively canceling the build order without explicitely doing so. Thus, the number of actually placed mines or demolition charges will be lower.











unit total games of
Conscripts
194
58
75
Combat Engineers
94
58
75
M1910 Maxim
93
38
51
Penal Battalion
89
30
36
Guards Rifle Infantry
65
35
35
ZiS-3
59
36
51
PM-41 82mm Mortar
27
21
51









unit total games of
Partisan Tank Hunters
20
11
12
Scout Sniper
19
15
36
Partisan Troops
19
11
11
Shock Troops
11
8
8
HM-38 120mm Mortar
10
10
27
M-42 45mm AT Gun
2
1
1
DShK 38 Heavy Machine Gun
2
1
1

While conscripts are often considered weak, they still are still built in most games and overall were fielded more than twice as often as Maxims or penals. The latter two have been used about equally as often. On average, three penal squads were built in games that saw the unit at all. Guards were called in in all games that featured suitable commanders. On average, about two guards squads have been built per game. Shock troops are seen not often but still were called in in each game with Shock Rifle Frontline or Soviet Shock Army.











unit total games of
T-70
92
55
70
T-34/76
53
23
37
SU-76M
53
37
70
T-34/85
44
19
21
M3A1 Light Scout Car
28
20
36
SU-85
15
12
37
BM-13 Katyusha
14
9
37









unit total games of
IS-2 Heavy Tank
10
9
11
M5 Half-track
6
4
70
M4C Sherman
4
1
1
KV-8
4
3
7
ISU-152 Heavy Assault Gun
3
3
7
KV-1
1
1
1
M5 Halftrack Assault Group
1
1
1

The most built SOV vehicle is the T-70. It was the first vehicle out of T3 in 55 games, in six games it was the SU-76M, and once the M5. The games saw slighlty more T-34/76s than T-34/85s. Overall, all stock vehicles saw considerable usage (maybe with the exception of the M5), in contrast to OH where doctrinal vehicles dominated.

According to the table, if a T-70, T-34/76, SU-76M or T-34/85 was built at all in game, the game on average saw a second unit of the same type.





M4C
KV-1
KV-8
/
IS-2 (SRF)
/
IS-2 (AA)
T3 not yet built
1
0
1
1
0
T3 built
0
1
1
4
2
T4 built
0
0
1
1
1

The table above shows at which point of the match doctrinal vehicles were called in for the first time in a game. The IS-2 is split between Shock Rifle Frontline (SRF) and Armored Assault (AA), because the latter also contains T-34/85 which of course require T4.

The Lend & Lease M4C was called in before T3 was built. However, the majority of the other vehicles were called in the first time after T3, and some even after T4.


Build orders
The table below contains all BOs deployed in the replays. The most commonly used BO was four conscripts followed by a field infirmary. That said, given that SOV have three different units that they can use as mainline units (conscripts, penals and Maxims) it is not surprising that BOs are very diverse with 65 different BOs in 75 games (compared with 68 BOs in 101 games for OH or 42 BOs in 61 games for OKW).



USF


There are 74 replay files for USF, augmented by four commander and loadout choices from the live casts. The games are from











games Players
10
DevM
9
Theodosios
6
Noggano
5
Jesulin, SoE-Overlord-, GN21
4
wmm//wuff
3
BartonPL, von Lützow, Thanatos, steffenbk1
2
-HOI-PauL.a.D, Quentin, Apathy Prime, Jove, cruzz
1
G.dot, Frost, [NS] TüMe, Brosras {C}, inconsistent, sky Captain Czepis, sky Captain SHARK, Unknown Legend, RtN. Havoc, KoKo Nyutella, el padre, =★= Pappy O'Daniel



Commanders
The most popular commander for USF overall was Heavy Cavalry Company (HCC), although the Armor Company (AC) has been picked at almost the same rate (see diagram below). In fact, AC was picked slightly more often than HCC during TT.



A considerable number of USF games ended without any commander being picked.












Heavy Cavalry Company
GN21 (4), DevM (3), Theodosios (3), steffenbk1 (3), wmm//wuff (2), Frost (1), Jove (1), sky Captain SHARK (1), Unknown Legend (1), Noggano (1), von Lützow (1), el padre (1)
None picked
DevM (5), Noggano (3), Theodosios (3), wmm//wuff (1), Jesulin (1), Apathy Prime (1), BartonPL (1), von Lützow (1), RtN. Havoc (1), Thanatos (1), cruzz (1)
Armor Company
Jesulin (3), DevM (2), BartonPL (2), Noggano (2), Theodosios (2), -HOI-PauL.a.D (1), Thanatos (1), inconsistent (1), Apathy Prime (1), von Lützow (1), Jove (1), cruzz (1), GN21 (1)
Tactical Support Company
SoE-Overlord- (5), G.dot (1), [NS] TüMe (1), Thanatos (1), Quentin (1), =★= Pappy O'Daniel (1)
Mechanized Company
-HOI-PauL.a.D (1), Brosras {C} (1), Jesulin (1)

The table above shows which player used which of the five top "commanders" how often. Several players (e.g. DevM, Noggano or Theodosios) used both HCC and AC, indicating that the choice is situational, similar to OHs Mechanized Assault (MA) and Mobile Defense (MD) Doctrine. The most prominent user of Tactical Support Company was Overlord.


The diagram above, showing at which point the top five commanders were picked indicates another similarity to OH: The picks of AC - like those of MD - resemble a bell curve. However, while the center of that curve of MD was around the light vehicle phase, the center of AC is around the phase around when medium vehicles appear. Also similar to MA, there are quite a few games in which HCC was picked right off the bat, while in others this happened in the same phase in which the AC picks occurred.


The diagram above shows how often commanders appeared in the loadouts, while the table in the spoiler below lists the specific loadouts. Not surprisingly, most of them consist of HCC and AC plus an arbitrary third company. The clear winner as third commander is Tactical Support Company, even though it ended up being used basically by only one of the players bringing it.




Teching and units
The table below lists the teching choices for USF. There were slightly more games starting with Captain instead of Lieutenant (55% vs. 41%), but the lead is not huge. Also, it seems worth noting that the most successful players of the WPC series, DevM, Jesulin and Noggano predominantly started with Lieutenant.

Teching Captain at least in one point during the match is very common (85%), while backteching to Lt. is less usual. The Major was built in about 47% of games (mostly when AC was not the commander of choice, see below). In terms of side-grades, weapon racks were more popular than grenades, although e.g. DevM ended up researching grenades more often than the racks.






















Lieutenant built 51%
34%
29%
24%
DevM (10), Jesulin (5), Noggano (5), BartonPL (3), Thanatos (2), Theodosios (2), wmm//wuff (2), [NS] TüMe (1), and 8 others (1)
Captain built 85%
29%
29%
24%
Theodosios (9), DevM (8), Noggano (5), GN21 (5), Jesulin (4), SoE-Overlord- (4), BartonPL (3), von Lützow (3), steffenbk1 (3), wmm//wuff (3), Thanatos (2), Apathy Prime (2), Jove (2), and 10 others (1)
Major built 57%
40%
26%
14%
DevM (7), Theodosios (6), GN21 (4), Noggano (3), von Lützow (3), SoE-Overlord- (3), steffenbk1 (3), wmm//wuff (3), Jesulin (2), Jove (2), and 6 others (1)
Lieutenant start 41%
37%
27%
27%
DevM (10), Jesulin (4), Noggano (4), wmm//wuff (2), Quentin (1), sky Captain SHARK (1), Apathy Prime (1), BartonPL (1), and 6 others (1)
Captain start 55%
32%
24%
20%
Theodosios (8), GN21 (5), SoE-Overlord- (4), Thanatos (2), BartonPL (2), Noggano (2), von Lützow (2), steffenbk1 (2), wmm//wuff (2), and 12 others (1)
Weapon Rack unlock 68%
42%
28%
24%
Theodosios (8), Noggano (6), DevM (6), Jesulin (5), GN21 (5), BartonPL (3), steffenbk1 (3), Apathy Prime (2), Jove (2), wmm//wuff (2), and 8 others (1)
Grenade Package 41%
40%
30%
20%
DevM (9), Jesulin (3), Noggano (3), von Lützow (2), BartonPL (2), GN21 (2), [NS] TüMe (1), Brosras {C} (1), and 7 others (1)






unit total games of
M5 Mine
25
5
21
Fighting Position
15
9
74




unit total games of
Fuel Cache
14
7
74
Munitions Cache
2
2
74

Both types of caches were built more often than for any other faction. Likewise, the tournaments apparently saw more fighting positions than OH bunkers. Both indicate that manpowerbleed was less an issue for USF.








unit total games of
Riflemen
285
74
74
M1 81mm Mortar Team
65
50
74
M1 57mm Anti-Tank Gun
42
34
63
Rear Echolon
33
20
74
M2HB .50 cal
15
13
38







unit total games of
Rangers
10
8
21
M1 75mm Pack Howitzer
5
5
63
Captain
4
4
63
Major
1
1
42
Paratroopers
1
1
2

The table above shows the USF infantry units fielded during the tournaments. Note that "Captain" and "Major" do not refer to the tech, but rather to rebuilds after the original squad obtained by teching was wiped.

Of course, Riflemen (RM) formed the backbone of the USF with on average almost four squads per game. There was no replay file in which a Rear Echelon spam was attempted (this is more clear in the build orders below). Unsurprisingly, the mortar was quite popular, being used in about two-thirds of games totally overshadowing the Pack Howie. However, there were not that many games that saw multiple mortars.

Rangers were called in in not even half of the games played with HCC.










unit total games of
WC54 ¾ Ton Ambulance
74
67
74
M5A1 Stuart
64
54
63
M4A3 Sherman
60
35
42
M10 'Wolverine'
46
17
18
M20 Utility Car
20
20
38
M26 Pershing
17
15
21
M36 'Jackson' Tank Destroyer
12
5
42









unit total games of
M15A1 AA Half-track
7
7
38
105mm Bulldozer Sherman
7
7
18
M5 Halftrack
6
5
9
M8A1 Howitzer Motor Carriage
4
3
42
M4 Sherman Calliope
4
3
9
WC51 Military Truck
3
2
2
M4A3E8 Sherman 'Easy Eight'
1
1
2

The most built vehicles after the ambulance are the Stuart and the Sherman. The Sherman was built about twice as often as the OH Panzer IV, even though there are 16 replays less available for USF.

While the top spots are taken by these stock units, the most commonly used call-in is the M10; each game played with Armor Company saw about three M10s on average, while in at least about half of those a Bulldozer Sherman was used.







no tech yet
0
0
0
0
Lt. teched
0
0
0
0
Cpt. teched
3
6
1
1
Lt. & Cpt. teched
3
9
6
0
Major teched
9
2
0
2

The table above shows when the first doctrinal vehicle of its type was called in. In most cases, the Pershing was called in after the Major was built, so in most cases it was not used to circumvent teching. The same is true for the Calliope. The situation for the vehicles from AC is different, which were called in mostly after Lt. AND Cpt. were teched.

The spoiler below shows the BOs employed in the replays (the red Xs indicate that no unit was built because the games ended early). USF is notorious for not having the most variety in early game BOs and while the introduction of the mortar did help a little bit, the total number of build orders is still lower than for any other faction.

The first built was always a RM, there was no apparent attempt at RE spam. 66 of the 64 games started with three RM. The most common BO was 3xRM, mortar into Captain.




UKF


The Brits were picked only rarely and there are even less replays available. In total we have 13 replays involving UKF, only four of which are from the WPC. Commander choices are augmented by one more datum taken from a cast.






games Players
7
HelpingHans
2
Theodosios
1
RedxWings, -HOI-PauL.a.D, TheSilverSurfer, steffenbk1, derank c[o]mpany

The table above shows the players for which any data is available. We can see that half of the games were by Hans, so the review in here is by no means broad. It also does not help that a lot of games ended before 20 minutes. Given the limited amount of data, this section will be shorter than for the other factions.











Mobile Assault Regiment
HelpingHans (6), TheSilverSurfer (1), steffenbk1 (1)
Tactical Support Regiment
Theodosios (2), -HOI-PauL.a.D (1)
Special Weapons Regiment
RedxWings (1), HelpingHans (1)
Commando Regiment
derank c[o]mpany (1)

The diagram and the table above show which commanders were used and by whom. The most commonly used Regiment was the Mobile Assault, mostly because it was Hans favorite commander (although it was used by two other players as well).

The eight games against OH saw only two commanders, Mobile Assault and Special Weapons. The latter was never used against OKW, where Tactical Support Regiment was used most. That said, the sample size is so low that these differences are probably not overly significant.



The three regiments most commonly found in the layouts are Tactical Support, Mobile Assault and Special Weapons because that was the loadout that Hans used in most cases (see table in spoiler below).



Teching and units
Data is available for 13 games. The Platoon command post was built in each of those. The table below shows the other teching choices. Green percentages are computed based on the total number of games, blue numbers are percentages of games in which the prerequisite was available. For example, the Company Command Post was unlocked in nine games or 69% of games. “Hammer” was teched in two of those nine games (or 22%).
















Company Command Post 69%
HelpingHans (4), Theodosios (2), RedxWings (1), -HOI-PauL.a.D (1), TheSilverSurfer (1)
Hammer tech 22%
-HOI-PauL.a.D (1), Theodosios (1)
Anvil tech 0%
Requisition Bofors QF 40mm 0%
Requisition AEC Mk. III 92%
HelpingHans (6), Theodosios (2), -HOI-PauL.a.D (1), TheSilverSurfer (1), steffenbk1 (1), derank c[o]mpany (1)
Bolster sections 8%
RedxWings (1)
Unlock No. 36M 'Mills Bomb' 8%
RedxWings (1)
Research Weapon Racks 15%
-HOI-PauL.a.D (1), TheSilverSurfer (1)

Anvil or the Bofors were never unlocked, while the AEC was almost always teched. The sidegrades were not overly popular.





unit total games of
Modified M6 Mine
44
8
13
Trench
7
3
13




unit total games of
3-inch Mortar Emplacement
2
2
13
Munitions Cache (UKF)
1
1
13

Mines were built quite often. The only emplacement that got built were two mortar pits.








unit total games of
Royal Engineers
36
13
13
Infantry Section
29
13
13
Vickers HMG
13
9
13
Ordnance QF 6-Pounder ATG
12
7
13
.55 cal Armor-Piercing Sniper
8
6
13






unit total games of
Infiltration Commandos
6
3
8
Tank Hunter Infantry Section
4
2
2
Field Recovery Operation
1
1
3
Commando Glider Insertion
1
1
1

Overall more sappers than infantry sections were fielded, although all other stock infantry saw relevant usage. Note that “Field Recovery Operations” dispatches two Royal Engineer Recovery squads.







unit total games of
AEC Mk. III
18
12
12
Cromwell Mk. IV Cruiser Tank
11
5
9
Universal Carrier
7
5
13
Vanguard Operation Crocodile
4
2
2





unit total games of
Centaur AA Mk. II Cruiser Tank
2
2
9
Sherman Firefly
2
1
9
Land Mattress
1
1
8

The AEC was the most popular UKF vehicle, similar to the Stuart for USF and the T-70 for SOV. The Cromwell was also used in a considerable amount of games and numbers, unlike e.g. the axis medium. While Hammer tech was unlocked twice, no Comet made it to the field.

As initially mentioned, several of the games were rather short. In two WPC series games, however, the UKF player attempted to win without Cromwells: In the WPC quarterfinals HelpingHans played against Noganno’s OH with the combination of Crocodiles and AECs. And in the earlier RO32, RedxWings played against Finndeed with a combination of Crocodiles and Fireflies for AT:



Somewhat surprisingly only one Land Mattress was used.

The spoiler below shows the BOs. It turns out that they are rather diverse with eleven different BOs in 13 games.



Discussion


Compared with the other factions, Soviet seem to allow the players the widest variety in terms of unit and commander choices. While GMC was the clear leader in terms of commander picks, it was still “only” used in 34% of games in which a commander was picked. For comparison, the top choices for the other factions were used in 52, 52 and 37% for OH, OKW and USF respectively.

Moreover, the top three commanders account for 60% of games, compared with 85, 77 and 86% for OH, OKW and USF (although comparisons to OKW and USF is somewhat skewed due to the lower total number of commanders for those factions). Further, the tournaments saw 13 different commanders used in 79 games, versus eleven in 101 OH games.

Given that three different units can effectively be used as “frontline infantry” (conscripts, penals and Maxims) and that SOV have two starting tiers providing eight types of units in total, it is not surprising that the faction featured a large number of different BOs. T1 and T2 starts were used about equally as often.

Almost all stock units saw a respectable amount of usage, maybe with the exception of the M5 half-track. And even though the faction unlike any other is designed around augmenting the unit rooster by doctrinal units, neither call-in infantry nor vehicles dominated.

That said, the T-70 appears to be rather pivotal and some of the doctrinal units might appear underused. Still, the review indicates that SOV probably allows the user to employ the most varied playstyles of all factions.

USF enjoyed very high winrates during both tournaments (even if we exclude DevM from the statistics). The fact that the commander on average was locked in later than for the other factions and that about a quarter of the games with no pick whatsoever indicates that the faction is not overly reliant on the doctrines.

While HCC at times has been chosen early in a game, it was commonly picked rather late, likely in order to call-in a Pershing. Similar to OHs “Oh shoot, a light vehicle!” panic button aka Mobile Defense, Armor Company often seems to be used as response to the appearance of medium axis tanks. Although Tactical Support Company was featured in a lot of loadouts, it ended up at third rank mainly due to being used by one player.

Lieutenant and Captain starts occurred in about the same number of games. The Captain was often also teched after a Lieutenant and unlike the Lt. was occasionally was rebought after being lost. Most stock units, both infantry and vehicles, are used commonly. The only call-ins that played a significant role were the M10 and the Pershing and both do not outnumber their non-doctrinal peers (unlike for the axis factions).

Relic succeeded in their attempt to make Rear Echelons less desirable as frontline troops. The new mortar was popular. It was most commonly built as the 4th unit.

There are not enough replays to discuss UKF meta based on data.
1 user is browsing this thread: 1 guest

Ladders Top 10

  • #
    Steam Alias
    W
    L
    %
    Streak
Data provided by Relic Relic Entertainment

Replay highlight

VS
  • Oberkommando West flag N1cko
  • Oberkommando West flag Scotch1
  • Soviets flag Frosty
  • Soviets flag Beatricks Swire
uploaded by Frost

Board Info

126 users are online: 9 members and 117 guests
Bananenheld, Widerstreit, Siphon X., SkysTheLimit, Cresc, Katitof, ShadowLinkX37, Nashka, elchino7
179 posts in the last 24h
1165 posts in the last week
5153 posts in the last month
Registered members: 69178
Welcome our newest member, 7avac233ee9
Most online: 918 users on 27 Oct 2019, 01:03 AM