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  1. I wasn’t referring to them being the same ship-wise, I was referring to them both being ships from the age of sail that are still in commission.
  2. It’s the same thing in the U.S. Navy with the USS Constitution.
  3. Many players have started learning how to hit undetected, unmoving targets in smoke. It’s not hard to do with some practice. Try moving around in smoke and holding your fire instead of staying in the same spot and constantly firing; that’s just asking for it.
  4. Z39...1 turret 2 guns?

    Main battery - 1x2 150 mm, 2х1 150 mm
  5. Hood the flood no rod needed.

    Hood's torpedoes were historically fixed, to which the devs have stated they have no intentions of implementing. Neither of those; it was a lucky shot from Bismarck. If you mean that she engaged Prinz Eugen instead of Bismarck, then yes. Germany's.
  6. Quality Control

    Yugumo: 390 ft. New York: 573 ft. Looks good to me.
  7. "France" was the name for one of their previous battleships. It makes sense. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_battleship_France
  8. Here's a picture of one of the in-game Cossack's Tribal sisters, showing off her torpedoes and DP 102mm gun: Her torpedoes are clearly visible after the second smokestack.
  9. Weak secondarys

    Secondary spec is not recommended for cruisers, especially New Orleans. You can check the ship’s page on the wiki for recommend skills.
  10. But that’s a deck gun behind the sail
  11. T4 and Radar

    Not radar; hydro. Most of the tier 4 and 5 cruisers have it.
  12. You can just look at the ship you want to spectate and press the spacebar, and it’ll take you right to it.