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[data] 1 year of “Recruiting Station”, what did it yield for an active recruiter.

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On June 19 2019, Wargaming introduced the "Recruiting Center" to give new & returning players some juicy goodies, and to give veterans some extra RNG-goodies in the form of special containers if they managed to get some active recruits, as well as doubloon cashbacks for purchases made by your recruits if you have 2+ recruits.

I quickly recognised the potential of this scheme in order to make WoWS become a self-sustaining economy without monetary investment from my side (because frankly: WG doesn't deserve a penny from me), and thus started recruiting actively to make that happen.

The beginning was not easy, with my first recruit only appearing in July, and a second one in August, but ever since then I gained some momentum, and now I have 72 recruits on the EU-server in my "portfolio". However, of those 72 I have amassed, 58 have since abandoned the game (again) and were not active the last 3 months.

With some active players in my list, I do reach the weekly cap of 1500 recruitment points (or 150 battles fought by my recruits) with ease around Wednesday or Thursday, meaning I can obtain a "veteran recruiting container" every 14 days. These yield the best rewards, so I exclusively go for those. I managed to get 1500 points/week since October of 2019

I kept a tally of what the recruitment centre yielded me in terms of rewards, it also shows what rewards are more common, and which are more rare.

JUNE-SEPTEMBER (+0D from purchases made by recruits)

  • 10k coal
  • 1.5M credits
  • 5x Asian Lantern camo

OCTOBER 2019 (+252D from August recruit purchases)

  • 1.5M credits
  • 20x Red Dragon flags

NOVEMBER 2019 (+0D from September recruit purchases)

  • 20x Scylla flags
  • 1.5M credits

DECEMBER 2019 (+426D from October recruit purchases)

  • 1.5M credits
  • 1.5M credits

JANUARY 2020 (+4.676D from November recruit purchases)

  • 20x Ourobouros flags
  • 1000 Doubloons

FEBRUARY 2020 (+29.494D from December recruit purchases)

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  • 20x Dragon Flags
  • 1000 Doubloons

MARCH 2020 (+13.285D from January recruit purchases)

  • Ashitaka + 10pt commander
  • 20x Red Dragon Flags
  • 5x Mosaic camo

APRIL 2020 (+5.989D from February recruit purchases)

  • Vampire + 10pt commander (2300D as I already had the ship)
  • 1000 Doubloons

MAY 2020 (+3.366D from March recruit purchases)

  • 20x Basilisk Flags
  • 20x Dragon Flags

JUNE 2020 (+1.557D from April recruit purchases)

  • 20x Hydra Flags
  • 1.5M credits
  • 20x Red Dragon Flags

JULY 2020 (+2.214D from May recruit purchases)

  • 20x Leviathan Flags
  • 20x Dragon Flags

AUGUST 2020 (+4.066D from June recruit purchases)

  • 1.5M credits
  • 20x Leviathan Flags

SEPTEMBER (+1.763D from July recruit purchases)

  • 1.5M credits
  • 20x Hydra Flags

So, those veteran containers mainly drop the special flags and credits, with ships, coal, FXP and doubloons being rare. I fully suspect the other two tiers of containers having the same drop-rates. The credits are a bit silly, with 460M+ in the bank, but they keep piling up. The flags however are always handy for power-levelling.

But the main point are the doubloons. So far, I have obtained 67.088 doubloons via the recruiting station, of which over half was generated during the X-mas event. That 67.1k doubloons means that my recruits have purchased stuff for 671k doubloons over the course of a year (with 50k doubloons being the highest amount you can buy, that is 13×164.48€ + 68.69€ = 2.206.93€). That number is frankly immense.

Those doubloons are still in the bank though, I haven't spent them yet, nor do I have the desire or need to spend them, because there is little no nothing that tickles my fancy.

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