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Crew members are used to perform specific duties. The positions available depend on the model and type of vehicle. Crew can only be used in a specific vehicle an cannot be transferred to another. The maximum level of a crew member is 5.
Positions[edit | edit source]
- Commander - The Commander is to run the unit as he or she sees fit.
- Driver - The Driver is responsible for the speed and steering of the vehicle.
- Gunner - The Gunner is responsible for weapon targeting and firing.
- Loader - The Loader is responsible for reloading the vehicle's weapons in between shots.
Skills[edit | edit source]
Players can choose skills for their crew, based on their style of play and vehicle features. Crew skills must be selected carefully; while they cannot reduce the efficiency of basic tank characteristics, some skills will perform better than others for certain vehicles. With the correctly chosen skills, vehicles should instead become easier to operate, be quicker to reload or shoot more accurately.
Crew skills are not a defining criteria for the hardware, but they do play an important role on the battlefield. For example, the difference between a level 1 crew and, say a level 5 crew will be considerable.
Commanders[edit | edit source]
Commanders are a separate fighting unit, forming part of the tank crew and acting as a key element of any team.