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  1. Corpen_November

    Ship of the Week: T5 Texas - 15th to 23rd

    I am not even close to top 10. How do you get 400,000 points? Does the enemy line up every ship and open their citadels up like Transformers on the battle map for you? Submit the image anyway for posterity. 'Merica!
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    Take This Survey: No Incentive For You

    We answer another survey of course. Hey, how much for that survey monkey? He's cute.
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    Take This Survey: No Incentive For You

    Issue: Wargaming got my data, thanked me for giving them vital gamer information, and I got nothing for filling out their survey. A survey window popped up in my harbor after I logged on. I like surveys. Click. I spent a half hour and thoughtfully filled out the Wargaming World of Warships survey. Done. At the end of the survey was a thank you note, "Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. Your feedback is very important for us." That's it. My gamer data in exchange for...thirty minutes of game time. No other tangible incentive. I think I filled out four of these surveys since I started playing this game. In Japan, almost every survey clipboard girl or guy I saw standing outside the train station or game center thanked anyone who took the time to fill out their surveys, and handed those survey people a small incentive item (a pack of tissue, a little keychain-chan, a mini notepad, a thin cloth handkerchief, something useful, that the survey person would appreciate). In the US, people give their survey data away for free, that's what companies are counting on to sell you a better product. Recommendation: Here is how I would market surveys. ☐ Don't take the survey. That's thirty minutes of game time, two battles. Honestly, I would rather play two games and live with the xp from the victories/defeats, than fill out a survey that has a 5% chance of being reviewed with no xp at the end of it. Well, +1% real world survey xp. ☐ Look for an incentive note, somewhere on the page, mentioning a tangible/intangible incentive that would be given for completing the survey. or ""Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. Your feedback is very important for us. As an incentive for completely filling out our survey, please select one item from the following list: ☐ an official survey monkey pennant/gold star. A gold star is added to this pennant for every World of Warships survey you complete. This is a permanent in-game item tied to your user account. Fly it smartly into battle! ☐ an online coupon good for 10% off any online purchase, on top of anything we have on sale! ☐ a survey monkey that runs around your ship's main deck while it is in port. This is a permanent in-game item tied to your user account. Look at him go! ☐ a survey monkey commander. This is a permanent in-game item tied to your user account. Admiral Survey Monkey! ☐ an online coupon good for 10% off a Kancolle survey ship (10% bottom detection accuracy on shoal water battle maps). Don't run aground! *limit one survey regarding this current patch per user account. Coupon expires 30 days after survey submission date. Action stations!"
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    Pikohan's Creative Contest Archive

    Piko, did you submit an entry for the Transformers Contest?
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    Feedback and Thoughts Directly to Pigeon_of_War

    Pigeon, I will gladly trade all of my Total Arena War paid items in exchange for a Total Arena War permanent ship's flag. The redeeming process for the cancelled game was too complex, I sighed and thought, "Just give me a permanent ship's flag for all those elephants and catapults I bought, a flag with a roaring elephant, or a catapult, or a gladius, or an arcus." Life is simple, make in-game trading simple. One-button options and an OK button.
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    Feedback and Thoughts Directly to Pigeon_of_War

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    The Art Box

    Battleship cats.
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    The Art Box

    Project Destroyer Kancolle style Initial pose, “The Torpedo Wind Up” - right hand torpedoes -left hand gun mount Second draft. I waited a full three hours at the car dealership so I drew the second version on the back of the printout they gave me for new tires I couldn’t afford. Fuujin Kai, drawn on commission. I liked the hearts and boots.
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    Godzilla: King of the Monsters trailer 2

    I'll go if there is like a local WoWs community gathering to watch movies, wouldn't that be cool? We can all share popcorn and cry, "Torpedoes!" whenever torpedoes are seen in the movie.
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    Godzilla: King of the Monsters trailer 2

    I am saving up for the Alaska open purchase. Once the library gets the DVD the waiting time is about two months. That’s fleet time. Torpedoes in the water. Honestly, I thought the Japanese would capture the heart of all Godzilla movies. This one has too much...America in it. Wait and see. I will watch it probably when it comes out on DVD.
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    Feedback and Thoughts Directly to Pigeon_of_War

    Hello Pigeon, If funding were available in the aesthetics department, recommend adding the ship's mottos to the game. -Have the ship's motto added to the description popup. -Have the ship's motto spoken when the ship is selected in the ship selection menu (Like the commanders in Arena Total War) -Have the ship's motto spoken at the start of the battle -Have the ship's motto spoken from a CTRL+9+V hotkey. I am not sure that all ships in the current release version have their own historical motto from each country, something for the historians. The Arpeggio ships are covered. The Fujin will definitely have to be created from scratch, as long as its a thoughtful motto, not as blunt as, "ex nusquam torpedoes" in Japanese. I like the ship's horn soundings-they are fun. I think it would be hilarious to hear a fleet order during the battle, followed by someone's ship motto. An example budget from FIVERR voice over services charge $5 for 30 seconds: ≈ 300 warships in the game ≈ $1500 voice recording budget. ≈ 50 hours developer integration ≈ $2500 developer budget Players listen and learn a little history and foreign language before sinking.
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    How could you pay for USS Alaska (CB-1)?

    I drew an Alaska Bravo variant for a World of Warships art contest a few years ago. My idea of modifying the gun mounts with four turrets was sunk by toxic player comments. Here we are, three years later, ready to steam forward with an Alaska in the US fleet. Times are changing. $69.00 for the ship as a Premium offer $25.00 for a WoWs Alaska challenge coin, coffee mug, ball cap $25.00 for permanent historical dazzle paint job $25.00 for a permanent Alaskan Husky painted on the Kingfishers and Seahawks wingspan $25.00 for an in-game Alaskan Husky howl sound file for the ship's fog horn $50.00 for a permanent Alaskan Husky ship flag $100.00 for a permanent Kancolle custom ship girl captain $319.00 Paypal. Take my money before I find another game to invest it in.
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    Godzilla: King of the Monsters trailer 2

    Twenty years ago, I paid $5 for a crappy movie. Ten years ago, I paid $7 for a crappy movie. Two years ago, I paid $18 for a really crappy movie, because I jumped on the hype train. That was the "Last" straw. ^^ This year, I let the hype train roll past, and gave it the big US middle finger. Two of them. BAD ADVICE: There is no incentive in buying into a hype advertisement. The movie company wins, you don't get your money back, and you won't feel happy at the end. Critics are paid to say positive things. I call it false advertising, but that must be the cool thing these days. Wait for the movie to come out on cheaper distribution channels. Like the local library. Hey, books!
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    Crossing bows

    Tunnel vision, political anxiety, and seahorse blinds may be contributing factors to ship maneuvering frustration and water rage. Water rage is aggressive or angry behavior exhibited by a captain of a warship, which includes physical collision, unusually long activation of the ships fog horn, rude and offensive maneuvering, verbal insults in chat, physical threats or dangerous ship-handling methods, and intentional weapons fire targeted towards another warship, a goldfish, or a corgi, in an effort to intimidate or release frustration. Water rage can lead to ship and player altercations, assaults and collisions that result in serious physical damage or even sinkings. It can be referred to as an extreme case of aggressive warship maneuvering (AWM). How come a small water rage destroyer butt-rams a same-team Alabama and nothing happens, but same small water rage destroyer butt-rams an opposing-team Gneisenau and both ships sink completely to the masthead in shallow water from the collision? Water comedy is defined as zzz...
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    The Art Box

    19 I don't see any art contests posted. I think I will make a World of Warships mens shirt. Fashion is art, so I'm throwing all notes here. THE LIBERTY CALL MEN'S SHIRT 181226 Supplies and fabric ordered #Amazon #Joann. 181226 Initial designs #vecfashion #Copic. Three revisions. I'm happy with design 003, I'll have to figure out inner card pockets. Plan and Design phase completed. I am waiting on the materials to arrive. 181228 I am going with KONA brand 100% cotton #JoannFabrics. The colors are very bold. Pre-washing these fabrics call for a 1/2 cup of sodium. I am a little hesitant that the chloride will fasten the bright color in the fabric, so I am going to try a Japanese detergent specifically used for color-fasting cotton fabric in the wash cycle. 190108 I discovered the black cotton fabric picked up a ton of lint from the wash. I debated not using it. I decided to try this Yaya Han black hexagon polyester and make a matching flatcap first. If the black polyester doesn’t pick up lint I will use it on the shirt.
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