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  1. After those basic skills, take dog fighting expert and then concealment expert and expert rear gunner, and you should be good. Until they rework CVs, these are the only useful skills right now for CVs, everything else is useless. Emergency takeoff just costs too many skill points to be useful.
  2. This is the basic build for all CVs. The skills circled in red are the ones you should get, I just don't have enough points for them. As you can see, every skill expect CE is focused on your aircraft's performance. Your aircraft are the most important thing while playing a CV, because they determine the damage you do, whether or not you have air supremacy over the enemy CV, and they also have the extremely important role of spotting. Improve your aircraft, not your AA or secondaries. You use your aircraft a lot more than you do your ship, right? Of course. Concealment expert is just thrown in their because people want you very badly and will shoot at you if they see you, so it's always nice to have. There's nothing else you can get anyways. Best of luck.
  3. Basic firing training is kind of useless for a CV and it should be a skill you get if you want after you get anything else. You should get rid of BFT, and get air supremacy next. Get rid of evasive maneuvers and get dogfighting expert instead. Evasive maneuvers is a bad skill because it slows your aircraft down by like 30%, which means that it takes longer to reload and refuel your aircraft, therefore lowering your potential DPM. Finally get concealment expert, because carriers get larger at higher tiers and so does their detectability ranges, so you will need it. Every commander skill you get should focus on the performance of your aircraft, not your ship AA or secondaries. If you're using secondaries on your CV, something is seriously wrong. You should rely on your fighters, not your AA.
  4. So you think you have bad match making?

    First of all, the reason I wasn't with my AA cruisers was because my computer froze and I had to restart it, and at this point I had just reconnected which is why I'm near the spawn. Secondly, I know my NC stats aren't good, which is why I made a thread that you can read here that explains why it's hard for me to play it. Luckily, my win rate and damage has gone up since. Also, I did end up killing of the Konigsbergs with a citadel.
  5. So you think you have bad match making?

    Honestly I had no idea that this was a bad thing to do. I don't see how I should know better considering that the game never even tells you that divisioning with a different tier is a bad idea, and it's stupid that the game allows you to. I've done this many times in the past but I've never had match making this bad, which convinced me that it was fine. But I will remember this in the future.
  6. So you think you have bad match making?

    Yeah.... it was painful.
  7. I just don't get the North Carolina

    Thanks BURN_Miner for all the tips. Luckily my win rate has climbed up to around 41% and I seem to be surviving a lot more battles. But still, tier 10 match making is quite brutal to me and I find it hard to see where I should be at to support my team, or where I should go in the future to make myself the smallest target but still having all my guns pointed at them. Sometimes it really is difficult to position myself and I often find myself getting annoyed at cruisers behind islands that spam HE and AP (especially Clevelands). Also, I don't think that improving my aim at bots will solve the problem, simply because it's not that I'm not leading them far enough, it's that the shells are so slow that it gives cruisers sooo much time to maneuver at longer ranges, which can be really annoying when you're staring a perfect dispersion and you get a single overpen. Luckily this improves with the Iowa and Montana I believe. Anyways, thanks for the detailed response o7
  8. I just don't get the North Carolina

    This is my most recent NC game 20180612_021921_PASB012-North-Carolina-1945_14_Atlantic.wowsreplay
  9. I just don't get the North Carolina

    Luckily I just had a game that I won with 65k damage, which is a welcome change. Honestly it feels just like a giant RNG ship. It's so hard for me to get used to how slow the shells are, when when they actually hit, even at close range I rarely get any citadels.
  10. At the end of my Colorado grind, I was so excited to get the NC. Everything I heard about it was good. It's fast, supposedly accurate and very tanky when angled. Everyone says the Colorado is horrible and you should just free xp past it. That's very not true. In many cases the Colorado is better than the NC, except in speed and AA and a few other things. Like, seriously My win rate went from this: Colorado To this: North Carolina It just seems like every battle I go into, my team gets completely stomped on and I end up getting an average of 20k-35k damage, or even worse. I think one battle I did a grand total of.... 0 damage. I just don't get it. This ship was supposed to be leaps and bounds above the Colorado, but I'm just not seeing it. I'll follow my team, stay angled, and yet I still get focused and burned down with no way to retaliate because my shells are so slow that it takes an eternity for them to hit anything. If I try to close the distance to around 10-15km to actually hit something, I end up getting rushed by a DD or torpedoed to death, or burned down and focused. As you can see, I've only survived 13 out of 61 battles. I just don't know what it is. This ship is just beyond frustrating. It feels like I went down a tier honestly.
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