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    Just outside your port. Salvaging and Repairing your ships when they sink.

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  1. The Hunger Games: Forum Addition

    Point still stands, that Flat Chest CVL wreaked my plans.
  2. The Hunger Games: Forum Addition

    With what? That Flight Deck Chest CVL stopped me from forging a weapon. I had just finished the Blood Goddess axe, and I can't use it. Only the Blood Goddess can. So no best plan is find her and join up before returning to the sea to finish my arsenal.
  3. The Hunger Games: Forum Addition

    A pond would only improve forge speed slightly, but teaming up with LWM and Lert is a good idea, since I have LWM'S Blood Goddess axe ready.
  4. No HMCS Haida for Canada Day

    The Commonwealth and the British Empire are the same thing. The Commonwealth is essence the British Empire, but i digress your point. Wargaming probably just did it to avoid a potential political situation since not all nations are proud of their British Imperial days.
  5. No HMCS Haida for Canada Day

    Yes and No. The first Cossack was basically Haida with a normal British hull instead of the special North Atlantic/Canadian one. Cossack also has less hitpoints then Haida since she was heavier then her sisters.
  6. No HMCS Haida for Canada Day

    I was comparing Haida with the first Tribals which this guy was using as his excuse that Haida was a clone. Look at the whole argument before jumping in and stomping on me for no reason.
  7. No HMCS Haida for Canada Day

    O.k. My mistake with the Pan-European line, point withdrawn, but where is this USN BB split graphic? If I see it I will withdraw that point as well. But consider this since the guy I was arguing with before you jumped in was complaining about how Wargaming shouldn't put 1 new ship in the game why should a new line be made? I'm not saying it would be a good idea but Wargaming has their hands full right now with other things, like US CL spit, the RM CL/CAs, and the CV rework. @LittleWhiteMouse has every right to be upset Haida is not in the game since a Tribal which is what Haida is based on has been in the game for months now and we have no word at all on Haida.
  8. No HMCS Haida for Canada Day

    O.k it is clear now you are here just to complain and derail the topic. I'm done go be pissy somewhere else.
  9. No HMCS Haida for Canada Day

    I'm basing it on what is in-game, RN cruisers are in development, RN DDs would be a massive pain to balance, a Pan-European branch is a far off possibility since it would just end up being mostly Dutch ships, and where would we have a USN BB split? What we have in-game is a perfectly logical step-by-step through US BB design.
  10. No HMCS Haida for Canada Day

    Except she wasn't, she was built in Britain with Canadian design specifications. Don't skew my words like Fox News.
  11. No HMCS Haida for Canada Day

    They are not the same though, like you are claiming, she has also been asked to be in game for years. Besides Wargaming can't make anymore ship lines for everyone else right now. The Kreigsmarine and Marine Nationale had no or almost no carriers, and the USSR had no BBs. So the only one left is UK CVs but those are on the backburner till the rework. So again with nothing else to do a Pan-American branch is perfectly legitimate.
  12. No HMCS Haida for Canada Day

    HMCS Haida had much better fire control systems and AA power, she also had improved ASW abilities. Her hull was also designed differently to deal with the cold and rough seas of the North Atlantic. Haida also has the distinction of being to only surviving Tribal Class in the world.
  13. No HMCS Haida for Canada Day

    No you just love talking out of your [edited]about things you don't actually understand.
  14. No HMCS Haida for Canada Day

    It is hilarious you actually proved LWM point about talking out of your [edited]. Because the original Tribals were different. From 1926, all Royal Navy destroyers had descended from a common lineage based upon the prototypes Amazon and Ambuscade. During the interwar period, advances in armament and machinery meant that by the mid-1930s, these "interwar standard" destroyers were being eclipsed by foreign designs, particularly from Japan, Italy, and Germany.[3] To counteract this trend, the Admiralty decided on a new destroyer type, with an emphasis on gunnery over torpedo warfare.[5] The destroyer was based on 'Design V', a design study for a small fleet cruiser (another variant of this design evolved into the Dido-class cruiser).[1]This design envisioned a 1,850-ton ship with a speed of 36.25 knots (67.14 km/h; 41.72 mph), an endurance of 5,500 nautical miles (10,200 km; 6,300 mi), and five twin 4.7 inch guns as main armament.[6] A twin Mk.XII mounting on HMS Javelin. Although the design was rejected for the fleet cruiser role,[1] by August 1935, after no less than eight design proposals,[3] it had evolved to present a destroyer with eight 4.7 inch Quick Firing Mark XII guns, in four twin mountings, with a maximum elevation of 40°,[2] controlled by a low-angle (LA) director and high-angle / low-angle (HA/LA) rangefinder director on the bridge.[6] To provide close range anti-aircraft protection, the design was fitted with a quadruple Mark VII QF 2 pdr "pom pom" mounting, and two quadruple Vickers .50-inch machine guns. These ships introduced the Fuze Keeping Clock High Angle Fire Control Computer, which was used on all subsequent British wartime destroyers.[7] The ships were also armed with a quadruple bank of torpedo tubes.[5] They were considered to be handsome ships,[3] with a clipper bow that provided excellent seakeeping[6] and two raked funnels and masts. They are remembered with great affection to this day.[4] The original Tribals had 8 guns. Haida had 6. So
  15. No HMCS Haida for Canada Day

    I don't know if I should laugh or cry.......