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Mar180

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  1. My question is about getting torped in a DD from behind while turning. Replay: https://replayswows.com/replay/136705#stats Description of replay Questions 1. How did he predict where I would be? 2. How to not have this happen again? The reason for this post is because this is not the first time this has happened. I consider these kind of torp angles to be one of the most annoying (altough rare) when playing in a DD. You see the torps incoming from behind and try to turn out, but the rudder is already fully turned and can't go any further. 3. Should I have reversed my engines instead? Thank you Figure 1: Low effort paint image of the situation. The green circle is a DD that has its rudder hard port, starting from below. The two black lines are the torpedo lines, in between are the enemy torpedos moving. The red dots are the torpedo impacts.
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