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  1. Are you running any camos/flags? fxp should be fixed amount based on regular xp. I do find higher/lower fxp if there are some rewards from missions (for example, if mission awards regular xp, free xp would be lower in comparison, and vice versa) The breakdown ppost battle should tell the whole story.
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    A (very) brief experiment with Juliet Charlie flags

    Detonation happens more if you're carrying harder. It's their way of keeping things balanced.
  3. Why do all the yueyang fanboys come out whenever someone brings up Allen M Sumner? I recall there was a similar thread last month and all people were saying was "buuuuuut we already have yuuuu yaaaaang....."
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    Discussion about Range

    This is actually an interesting point, and it's actually a result of WG trying to eliminate any sort of invis-firing. It used to be that the bloom after firing was a fixed amount, and some ships had the option of extending the gun range beyond their bloom so that they can remain undetected in the open while firing, albeit within a very small window at the edge of their firing distance. The advantage was largely inconsequential, and it was used mostly to punish noob BBs out of position, since the invisi-firing window was such that the shells would travel a long time to get there and thus easily dodgeable. Of course, the brainlets were having none of it, so eventually, to eliminate any kind of invisi-firing, WG decided to match firing bloom to maximum gun range. The reduced range can be both blessing and a curse. Blessing when it's easier to LoS other ships just by the virtue of them being too far away to detect you while firing, and you can LoS the target by simply moving behind an island. But there are some positions where extended range would've helped keep fire on target, and afford a more flexible deployment position. Everything considered, there's no reason to not upgrade. The ships with longer firing range need the upgrade, and they usually come with the faster shells to compensate for it. Keeping people out of your gun's bloom isn't always reliable, and you'd be better served by getting into good position so that no matter the distance to enemy you're well concealed while firing. The playstyle that you mention is akin to the battleships staying on the edge of the map to keep deadeye active. You're giving up everything else to hold onto that slight advantage that may or may not be worth it.
  5. Even the very air you breathe has carcinogents. You know they always go on about those anti-oxidants and stuff. Guess what they prevent? Oxidation. You know what causes oxidation? Oxygen. The very thing that's keeping you alive is also killing you. This is what they call an "Oxy-moron"
  6. Better solution: Players should not see any CVs until they have at least 1 CV in port.
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    Who's excited for Z-31? A DD with the DPM of tier 1!

    Where are you people getting them free z31s from?
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    Autumn skill reset means

    It was fun dunking on subs using cruisers/dd's with hydro. My only issue was the depth charges was just a press of button.
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    The truth about Deadeye, WG, Good players, Randoms & More

    Here's the real truth about wg
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    Strange bot-like behavior but not a bot

    If it floats like a duck and quacks like a duck
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    Lets add tier 2 tech tree pre dreadnought battleships

    Would've been good idea a few years ago. Anything below tier 7 is cursed wg-botland.
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    BB's how can you defend against dds

    Best thing to do is know where they are and position yourself to counter them. That's what separates the noobs from the good players. Noobs: no idea where the DDs are and will get torped right off the bat Good players: They know which tools to use and which game options to turn on/off to make sure they have as much information about where the DDs are, and they can use this to their advantage to counter them. Unicums: They know where the DDs are just based on the map and team lineup, and they know where they will be throughout the game even if they are never spotted.
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    Thanks WG for screwing old customers returning

    They really should've made the 1 time reset permanent.
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    accounts on the same server

    only tier 7 but you already have 14k battles?
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