Personal Missions

Personal Missions are a set of challenges that will put your battle skills to the test on all vehicle types and in various situations. If you succeed in all the missions, you will get unique vehicles, female crew and a lot of other valuable rewards.

You can find personal missions in the CAMPAIGNS tab below the Battle! button in your Garage.

Personal Missions Overview

Personal Missions are organized into two campaigns—The Long-Awaited Backup and The Second Front—each of them containing missions. You can start completing both campaigns simultaneously.

Each operation is named after the unique vehicle that you will receive upon completion. The operations are ordered by level of difficulty—the first one in the campaign is always the simplest, while the last one is the most challenging.

Each operation includes sets of missions that are grouped into branches on a different basis:

  • by vehicle type in The Long-Awaited Backup;
  • by national formations in The Second Front.

Each branch includes 14 main and a 15th, final mission.

The time for completion is not limited, and all missions demand you prove your battle skills.

Personal Missions can be completed only in Random battles (including Grand battles).

Mission Conditions

Each mission has primary conditions which are obligatory for completion, and secondary conditions, which provide an additional reward.

If you cannot complete the secondary conditions on the first try, you can always return to fulfill them, complete the mission with honors and finally claim the reward.

After completing the final mission in the branch, you get:

  • a unique vehicle component—one of the five modules (in The Long-Awaited Backup) or a module blueprint (in The Second Front);
  • a female crew member with an additional bunk in the Barracks;
  • an order for completing the mission with honors.

When all the vehicle components are obtained, the vehicle is yours. After you complete all the mission sets, you also get a full-value female crew that can be recruited to any vehicle.

You can complete missions from both campaigns simultaneously if your vehicle corresponds to the requirements of those missions.

Orders

If you come across an extremely tough mission, use orders to automatically complete its primary condition and skip it to continue your way to the unique vehicle and crew.

Orders are obtained for completing final missions with honors.

How to use orders

To skip any mission from 1 through 14, you will need one order, while skipping the final mission will require four orders in The Long-Awaited Backup, and three in The Second Front.

Orders for each campaign are different. For example, you cannot commit an order received in The Long-Awaited Backup to a mission from The Second Front.

To commit an order to a mission:

  1. Click a mission in which you haven't completed the primary condition yet.
  2. On the screen with mission conditions, click Complete for.
If you return to the mission and complete it with honors, you get the committed order back and may use it again to skip another mission. This also works for orders committed to the final mission in the branch.

Following Your Progress

In the Garage, you can see which missions are available for the selected vehicle.

Hover over the red flag below the Battle! button. Click the flag to proceed to the mission conditions screen. If the selected vehicle does not meet the mission requirements, the flag is displayed as inactive.

Your mission progress is also indicated in the upper part of your battle screen.

You can always look up the current mission conditions—press Tab and go to the Missions tab, or press N. Switch between the missions in the lower part of the screen if completing two missions simultaneously.

Some missions have restrictions:

  • Time limit. In some missions you can fulfill the conditions only within a certain time—for example, destroy two enemy vehicles during the first four minutes of the battle. Otherwise the progress is not counted.
  • Minimal value. For example, if you deal less damage than required, you do not progress in the mission.

Campaigns

  • The Long-Awaited Backup
  • The Second Front

The Long-Awaited Backup campaign contains four operations, each of them includes branches of missions for all vehicle types. You can start completing five missions simultaneously, one from each branch.

Missions in each operation require a certain vehicle Tier:

  • StuG IV — Tier IV–X
  • Т28 Сoncept — Tier V–X
  • Т55A — Tier VI–X
  • Object 260 — Tier VI–X

The operations must be completed consecutively. You can obtain the Object 260 heavy tank only after completing the previous three operations.

The Second Front campaign contains three operations which have mission branches for vehicle nation formations:

  • Alliance: Poland, U.K., U.S.A.
  • Bloc: Germany, Japan
  • Coalition: Czechoslovakia, France, Italy, Sweden
  • Union: China, U.S.S.R.

Also, certain vehicle tiers are required for each operation:

  • Excalibur — Tier VI–X
  • Chimera — Tier VII–X
  • Object 279 (e) — Tier VIII–X

Each branch of The Second Front includes 15 missions. The first 14 can be completed in any order, and the final mission becomes available only after the previous missions in the branch are complete.

Each operation has special mission requirements:

  • The Excalibur operation: accumulative missions that can be completed within any number of battles. For example, deal a total of 10,000 HP damage within an unlimited number of battles.
  • The Chimera operation: the conditions must be fulfilled within one battle, like in The Long-Awaited Backup missions.
  • The Object 279 (e) operation: the condition must be fulfilled within a certain number of battles. If you fail, the progress is cleared, and the mission completion starts anew.

You can complete the missions with any type of vehicle of the required nation.

Access to The Second Front campaign is not affected by your results in The Long-Awaited Backup. You can start completing both campaigns simultaneously.


Personal Missions Rewards

Unique Vehicles

At the end of each operation, you get a unique vehicle that can be obtained exclusively in personal missions.

V StuG IV
The Long-Awaited Backup Campaign
Top Speed/Reverse Speed
38/10 km/h
Hit Points
360 HP
View Range
310 m
Dispersion at 100 m
0.35 m
Gun Reload Time
3.7 s
Average Penetration
110/158/38 mm
Average Damage
110/110/175 HP
Gun Depression/Elevation Angles
-6/20°
This tank destroyer features a low silhouette, perfect concealment, and a gun with high penetration and rate of fire, which makes the StuG IV a perfect ambush sniper vehicle. Obviously, it is most efficient when playing at long distance. Close-range encounters are rather risky, since the vehicle does not have a turret and its reverse speed is rather poor. Its armor of up to 80 mm helps when confronting enemy vehicles of the same tier or lower, though relying on the armor is not the best option.
VII T28 Concept
The Long-Awaited Backup Campaign
Top Speed/Reverse Speed
29/10 km/h
Hit Points
880 HP
View Range
370 m
Dispersion at 100 m
0.4 m
Gun Reload Time
10 s
Average Penetration
181/224/53 mm
Average Damage
320/320/420 HP
Gun Depression/Elevation Angles
-4.4/15°
The T28 Concept is a seasoned warrior suitable for defending lanes. It features a good gun and armor, which allows it to deter superior enemy vehicles in narrow areas. The vehicle has a great arc of fire of 60 degrees, so it can use cover to fire without changing the position of the hull. When facing vehicles of the same tier or higher, ambush and support tactics work well.
IX T 55A
The Long-Awaited Backup Campaign
Top Speed/Reverse Speed
50/20 km/h
Hit Points
1,750 HP
View Range
395 m
Dispersion at 100 m
0.33 m
Gun Reload Time
7.7 s
Average Penetration
221/330/50 mm
Average Damage
320/320/420 HP
Gun Depression/Elevation Angles
-5/14.25°
The T-55A is a standard medium tank, similar to its older brother, the Soviet T-54. Make use of the terrain irregularities, and your sturdy turret will easily deflect enemy shells. The vehicle's gun is not very useful when it comes to head-on encounters with high-tier heavy tanks and tank destroyers. However, it is accurate enough to aim at weak spots. Besides this, the tank features good mobility and rate of fire, so it can flank enemies and hit them in the sides and rear. Take key positions and spot targets for your allies, cause damage to slow heavy tanks, and flank enemies together with other allied vehicles.
X Object 260
The Long-Awaited Backup Campaign
Top Speed/Reverse Speed
60/15 km/h
Hit Points
2,100 HP
View Range
400 m
Dispersion at 100 m
0.35 m
Gun Reload Time
11 s
Average Penetration
260/340/68 mm
Average Damage
440/440/530 HP
Gun Depression/Elevation Angles
-6/15°
The Object 260 is a multi-purpose heavy tank that features relatively good mobility. It can fight together with allied medium tanks, switch flanks, or return to the base to protect it. The Object 260 features reliable armor. Its 'pike nose' consists of sloped armor plates, while its streamlined hull and side screens might surprise your enemies even when penetration seems to be imminent. Moreover, this heavy tank boasts a durable turret with frontal armor that reaches 350 mm.
VI Excalibur
The Second Front Campaign
Top Speed/Reverse Speed
50/15 km/h
Hit Points
750 HP
View Range
360 m
Dispersion at 100 m
0.3 m
Gun Reload Time
4.5 s
Average Penetration
165/192/70 mm
Average Damage
150/150/190 HP
Gun Depression/Elevation Angles
-10/20°
Do not be deceived by the funny exterior of this vehicle. Though at first it seems ridiculous, this tank destroyer is a formidable opponent even for vehicles of higher tiers. All thanks to its great concealment and a gun with a great rate of fire, penetration, and accuracy. Together with good mobility, the Excalibur can easily adapt to any combat situation. Besides this, the tank destroyer features a great arc of fire of 200 degrees. Improve your concealment, make use of flora and terrain irregularities on maps, and do your best to play to the vehicle's advantages.
VIII Chimera
The Second Front Campaign
Top Speed/Reverse Speed
50/20 km/h
Hit Points
1,400 HP
View Range
380 m
Dispersion at 100 m
0.36 m
Gun Reload Time
15.5 s
Average Penetration
218/252/64 mm
Average Damage
440/440/530 HP
Gun Depression/Elevation Angles
-10/20°
This vehicle is equipped with a mighty gun that causes 440 HP of damage per hit. Even Tier VIII heavy tanks can rarely boast such damage per shot. Anyone who dares to challenge you will think twice after losing this many hit points. Moreover, the gun features good penetration of 218 mm, which makes penetrating enemies even easier. However, its poor accuracy, long aiming time, and mediocre damage per minute balance the great damage per hit and penetration. At the same time, the Chimera boasts a good depression angle of -10 degrees, which allows the tank to take advantage of terrain irregularities. Obviously, this medium tank is most efficient as a support vehicle in medium-range encounters.
X Object 279 early
The Second Front Campaign
Top Speed/Reverse Speed
40/13 km/h
Hit Points
2,400 HP
View Range
400 m
Dispersion at 100 m
0.36 m
Gun Reload Time
10.5 s
Average Penetration
258/340/68 mm
Average Damage
440/440/530 HP
Gun Depression/Elevation Angles
-5/15°
The unique exterior and four-track chassis are not the only distinctive features of this Soviet Tier X monster. It also features a good gun and reliable frontal armor, which allows it to both deter enemy vehicles using terrain irregularities and push through enemy defenses. A regular heavy tank can be penetrated in its lower glacis plate. However, this will not work with the Object 279 (e), as it simply does not have this plate. Relatively good mobility is among the other advantages of this vehicle.
   
V
StuG IV
VII
T28 Concept
IX
T 55A
X
Object 260
VI
Excalibur
VIII
Chimera
X
Object 279 early

Female Crew

After completing the primary conditions of the final mission in each set, you get a unique female crew member for whom you can chose the nation, vehicle type and major qualification. All in all, completing both campaigns will reward you with 32 female crew members.

Female crew come with significant bonuses:

 

100% major qualification level

 

Enough experience to train one skill or perk to 100%

 

Free bunk in the Barracks

 

A 100% trained “zero” Brothers in Arms perk which does not affect the training speed of the following skill or perk

Additional Reward

Your success in the missions will also bring valuable rewards like unique medals, badges and emblems, credits, bonds, Free XP, consumables, equipment, Directives, Garage slots and WoT Premium Account.

After completing an operation, you also get a unique camouflage set. If you fulfill only the primary conditions in all its missions, the camouflage will be applicable only on the reward vehicle of this operation. If you complete all the missions with honors, you will be able to purchase this camouflage set for any vehicle of the corresponding nation.

Challenge yourself, prove your skills and claim the well-deserved rewards!

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