With the introduction of 7.0, Wargaming.net was kind enough to bring in a system that allows us to have replays of the action in game. These replays are very easy to find, go into your world of tanks folder and find the folder named "replays" and there ya go! Now, for sharing these files it is a tad more difficult. You have to use a third party file sharing system. I use Drop Box
myself as it is free and very easy to use. All I have to do is move the files to a folder on my computer (when installing it gives all instructions) and it uploads them to a website which you can get a link to use to share with.
Now, to run the replays in your folder it really is simple. Either just double click, or if it asks you to choose a program to run it with, just choose the WoT application but make sure you don't have the program running already.
With the links, just save to your hard drive or run them from the download.
So I will be the first to share some of my more memorable games since this latest version was released.
Company battle in my tiger 2, I managed to get 195% base defender, shame the counter stops at 100%:http://dl.dropbox.com/u/53795902/20111215_2101_germany-PzVIB_Tiger_II_monastery.wotreplay
Most money I have ever won in my Type 59 on a loss:http://dl.dropbox.com/u/53795902/20111215_1718_china-Ch01_Type59_cliff.wotreplay
Had a blast rolling some guys around the light house on cliffs in my E75:http://dl.dropbox.com/u/53795902/20111218_1012_germany-E-75_cliff.wotreplay
Malinovka, headed up the hill with another Type 59 and an IS-3 in support and we stopped their advance dead in its tracks. Oh yeah, the guy complaining about someone using gold rounds? Yeah, that's me he's talking about!http://dl.dropbox.com/u/53795902/20111218_2213_china-Ch01_Type59_malinovka.wotreplay
So come on guys, dig deep and find those replays!