- Dec 10, 2010
The JPII is very mobile, and the upper plate bounces a LOT of shots. I have had games where I blocked upwards of 5000dmg with that thing by keeping my lower plates covered. I also really liked relocating with it. It had the speed of a medium, so flanking and relocating was a common thing for me to do. It also has a great gun for its tier. In T8 battles you just pen everything.How is the JT different than the JPII? I just started the JPII, so wondering.
The T3485 is 1,000,000,000x better than the T34. I have the Rudy version, and it's one of my favorite tanks.
With the JT, its slower than a Tiger II, so you really need to choose where you are going to be in the game right when it starts. Once you commit, relocating isn't an option most of the time. I thing players that play the Ferdi instead of the JPII are better prepared for this game play. But the JPII was more to my play style, so I went with it instead. The JT still blocks tons of shots if you keep your lower plates covered. But the upper armor is not sloped, so you rely solely on its thickness (in which case 250mm is thick). So over all it just takes a very different play style.