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  1. New xvm mod now working?

    I wouldn't say they were completely useless - they make great meat shields and damage sponges
  2. Default limit is 75FPS but it's only a single edit in a XML file to essentially remove it.
  3. NOT a Summer Sale: NUEVE and BOISE

    The Mission to get the NdJ is 300k XP (After modifiers) in Randoms/Co-Op/Scenarios while in the Boise - I imagine mission to get the Boise would be the same except has to be done in the NdJ
  4. 7 day ban for not cheating

    Seems like you're making as big an assumption as the OP here.
  5. Ah cool. I'm on 10 as well so it should work fine for you
  6. Assuming you're running Windows Vista or later (so 7, 8 & 10) you can use a built in Windows feature call Symbolic Link I actually use this method myself for the exact same reason you have - keep replays/updates/screenshots on a large HDD with the game itself running off a SSD This guide seems fairly decent - the method you want to use is the /J one with is used for folders Now, some of the terminology might not seem intuitive but I'll try to explain as much as I can. Where it says 'Link' this refers to the path of the original folder and 'Target' is the new location eg: the command I use is: mklink /J "F:\World_of_Warships\Updates" "D:\Game Updates\World_of_Warships\Updates" In this case: "F:\World_of_Warships\Updates" is the original location (ie. where WoWs is installed) "D:\Game Updates\World_of_Warships\Updates" is the new location on my storage drive One thing I did find that isn't mentioned was that I had to move the original folder to the new location before creating the link
  7. Got some JC flags from a TYL container on Friday last week - in fact just looking over my records (578 containers), JC flags have been one of the more common drops at 7.27%
  8. Personally, I find Saipan + Kidd + Mk divs work best for irritating CV players
  9. Correcting the Misinformation

    If you'd bothered to do any testing (because you know - Public Test Server) instead of just assuming you understand how it works, you'd know that Orange players just get sent to the regular Co-op queue not some special "Bot-only coop"
  10. Yeah... people will still do it for the same reasons they used to div T2-3s with a T10 - either for the lolz or just to troll their own team. I remember some fun 2x Chikuma + Yamato divs back in the day
  11. Not quite. Only the first 'introductory' HSF mission ends @ 0.7.5 (for 1 HSF container). Extra missions from the HSF Graf Spee, HSF Harekaze, Yamato & Musashi are available till 30 April. Item collecting ends 30 September. For some reason it hasn't been clearly mentioned in the NA announcement, but the one on the ASIA portal has all the details
  12. Carriers in Clan Battles

    I thought cancer-mains were fans of adapting or does that only apply when forcing everyone else to adapt to their presence?
  13. Hovering around R10-11 Finished grinding through the Lexington and by the end of the season I should have completed the stock grinds on Bismarck, New Orleans, Edinburgh, Ognevoi, Shoukaku and Charles Martel
  14. ASIA have the timings 0.7.0 PTS #2 on the front page Test Start: 12/01/2018 @ 00:30 UTC+8 Test End: 15/01/2018 @ 21:00 UTC+8
  15. Oh WG do care about their core demographic - or more precisely, they care about their money. The idea is they'll see the requirements, go 'to hard, stuff it' and pull out the Credit Card just so they can complete the New Years Raid campaign.