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About Stauffenberg44

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    WW II Scenario designer for TOAW
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    My scenario page:
    http://www.the-strategist.net/RD/scenarii/hosted/mcbride/index.php

    Favourite game: AGEOD's Civil War II. Unmatched historical detail and game engine covering the American Civil War 1861-66.

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  1. An honest admission and a great battle well done on both counts - +1. [I like to play my Yamato just to hear the damn guns!]
  2. IN PRAISE OF PRE-DREADNOUGHTS

    BUMP. Hey have a look at the pre-dreadnought USS Ohio in dazzle paint! I say pre-dreadnoughts--bring 'em on!
  3. Excellent link +1 thank you. And here is the pre-dreadnought USS Ohio in dazzle paint: Have a look at my pre-dreadnought thread and put in a vote to have more of them brought into the game:
  4. It happens. Nothing to see here, move along.
  5. Why is Hood T7

    Well said. I would add that some ships really amp up to another level with a great captain skill set. A level 13 captain on the Hood makes her very competitive indeed, especially if you can survive into the end game.
  6. OPERATION CHROMITE

    yw )
  7. How to fully uninstall World of Warships on Mac?

    Yeah my bad. Good luck with that. :)
  8. OPERATION CHROMITE

    An enjoyable film on Netflix and some pretty good naval scenes, a few captured below. Operation Chromite (Incheon Sangryuk Jakjeon) is a 2016 South Korean war drama directed by John H. Lee and based on the real-life events of the Battle of Inchon. Plot: In 1950, just a few months after North Korean forces have overrun most of South Korea, an American-led UN coalition is deployed to Korea to aid the struggling South Koreans. General Douglas MacArthur devises a secret plan to attack behind enemy lines at the port city of Incheon. The risky strategy is opposed by leaders of the other military branches, forcing MacArthur to devise a clandestine operation to gather essential information from within occupied Incheon by coordinating a week-long South Korean intelligence operation known as "X-Ray". The battleship Missouri was in action along with the Philippine Sea (CV-47), Valley Forge (CV-45), Princeton (CV-37) and Leyte Gulf (CV-32). I'll leave it to others to comment on how accurate the animations were:
  9. Cesare vs Roma

    I got both but then I am a history-minded collector. Roma is the Regia Marina's Hood, a lovely unique ship that met a tragic end. The Giulio Cesare is clearly the better choice if it is either-or, but the Roma is a beautiful ship and presents her own challenges to play well. LWM's "Gudbote" appraisal rings true to me after a few battles in her. The dispersion just may be buffed, too soon to say.
  10. How to fully uninstall World of Warships on Mac?

    Yes I really wasn't being snide, but I've heard an ongoing litany of problems with Macs and sometimes the simple solution is best long-term.
  11. Nerf Mushashi now

    Make those changes and have 1 Musashi afk bot-pinata every Random--free points for all.
  12. NO politics here please, just one of simple aesthetics. It's win-win really, more Italian colour and 'flavour.' First the definition: brio is a quality of being active or spirited or alive and vigorous. Chinotto is a type of carbonated soft drink produced from the juice of the fruit of the myrtle-leaved orange tree (Citrus myrtifolia). The beverage is dark in color. Its appearance is similar to that of cola, but it is not as sweet as cola, having a bittersweet taste. Here's a can of Brio, one of my favourite chinotto drinks: Feels like win-win to me.
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