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  1. DonSeanvonJon

    Update 0.7.8 Bug Report

    Give them a little time, guys. Its happened before and been fixed. They gave the reporters x3 xp/match the last time I experienced it.
  2. DonSeanvonJon

    Update 0.7.8 Bug Report

    Yeah man this is happening. They'll get on it soon :)
  3. DonSeanvonJon

    Update 0.7.8 Bug Report

    I'm getting this too, attaching checklog report WoWS_report.wgc
  4. DonSeanvonJon

    Update 0.7.7 Bug Report

    Morning all! There seems to be a bug regarding the purchase+mounting of consumables, camos, and signal flags on ships while in port. It generates a response stating: "Transaction error. Transaction processing error, please try again later." Hope it gets fixed soon, thanks!
  5. DonSeanvonJon

    Update 0.7.6 Bug Report

    Did you get your credits and xp, tho?
  6. DonSeanvonJon

    Update 0.7.6 Bug Report

    Thanks! :)
  7. DonSeanvonJon

    Update 0.7.6 Bug Report

    Plz provide a link?
  8. DonSeanvonJon

    Update 0.7.6 Bug Report

    Ok so, the ships I've used this morning are available again, but so far WG hasn't issued a statement regarding what had happened, nor do I recall them making mention of server maintenance. Received no in-game compensation for both matches; especially irksome because I have premium time and played with two Tier IXs, and used premium camo, flags, and consumables. What's our guarantee that whatever happened won't happen again at a future point?
  9. DonSeanvonJon

    Update 0.7.6 Bug Report

    I'm having this issue as well. Frustrating as even though my last game in Iowa was a loss, I did get 3 out of 4 kills my team got (lol). Attempted to disconnect and reconnect to the server, to no avail. My Iowa still shows as "In Battle" and is thus unavailable. Not gonna play until this issue is resolved and we're appropriately credited...
  10. DonSeanvonJon

    Historical Royal Navy DDs

  11. DonSeanvonJon

    Historical Royal Navy DDs

    As a Canadian, I'm really excited to see the RN destroyer line announced and on its way. Inevitably I'll be buying HMCS Haida of the Tribal-class when she hits the shelves as a matter of national pride, especially if she's available for Canada Day, July 1st. The ships in the line themselves are worth taking a gander at, though. Its nice to see each and every one of these warships actually existed and served, making the RN DD line one of the few line in game with none of its individual members being "paper ships". And so, without further ado, we have: Tier 2: HMS Medea (Note this image is of Medea's sister ship, HMS Melampus, originally the Greek destroyer Chios, launched in 1914.) The lead ship of her class, Medea was originally built for the Greek Navy as the Kriti, was purchased by Great Britain in 1914, and was launched in 1915. She was sold and broken up in 1921, after the First World War. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Medea Tier 3: HMS Valkyrie Bearing the pennant number (F05), she was a member of the V-class destroyer flotilla leaders, launched in 1917. She was scrapped in 1936. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Valkyrie_(1917) Tier 4: HMS Wakeful A member of the W-class, HMS Wakeful bore the pennant number (H88). She was also launched in 1917, served in the Grand Fleet, and was torpedoed and sunk on 29 May 1940 by a German E-boat during Operation Dynamo. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Wakeful_(H88) Tier 5: HMS Acasta She belonged to the interwar A-class of destroyers, launched in 1929, and bore the pennant number (H09). She fought alongside the aircraft carrier HMS Glorious and her sister, HMS Ardent against the German battleships Scharnhorst and Gneisenau. These vessels were sunk by the German warships on 8 June 1940, but their gallantry was noted by the German officers and crew. Additionally, the damage the battleships sustained forced them to retire to occupied Trondheim, Norway for repairs, allowing Allied convoys to safely evacuate troops from Norway. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Acasta_(H09) Tier 6: HMS Icarus HMS Icarus, one of the 9 interwar I-class destroyers, was launched in 1936, bearing the pennant number (D03). After serving in and surviving the Second World War, during which she performed numerous anti-submarine operations, convoy escorts, and ship-to-ship engagements (notably the Hunt for the Bismarck) in the Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea, she was scrapped in 1946. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Icarus_(D03) Tier 7: HMS Jervis She was the lead ship of the J-class destroyers, and bore the pennant numbers (F00) from 1938-1940 and (G00) subsequently. Jervis was launched in 1938, and bore the namesake of Admiral John Jervis, a British naval commander during the Seven Years War. HMS Jervis served honorably in WW2, earning 13 battle honors, and was eventually sold for scrap in 1954. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Jervis Tier 8: HMS Lightning An example of the L-class destroyers, Lightning was launched in 1940 and bore the pennant number (G55). Her career was short-lived, however, as she was torpedoed and sunk by German E-boat S55 on 12 March 1943. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Lightning_(G55) Tier 9: HMS Jutland HMS Jutland was the name of 2 Battle-class destroyers. The original Jutland was never completed, and the second, originally HMS Malplaquet, was renamed and launched in 1946, bearing the pennant number (D62). She served in the Royal Navy and was decommissioned, paid off, and scrapped in 1965. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Jutland_(D62) Tier 10: HMS Daring The 6th Royal Navy ship to bear the name, HMS Daring (D05) was the lead ship of her class. She was launched in 1949 and served until 1968, finally being scrapped in 1971. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Daring_(D05) And there we have it! All images are from the English Wikipedia, except for the one of HMS Jervis, found on the German wikipedia, and the photo of HMS Melampus, which I got from Naval-History.net.
  12. DonSeanvonJon

    Premium Ship Review: Duca degli Abruzzi

    Mouse's WH40K reference makes me seriously consider reporting ppl who buy this ship to the Holy Inquisition! =Ⅰ=
  13. DonSeanvonJon

    Premium Ship Review: Ishizuchi (2.0)

    Thanks for the insightful review! I won her (twice XD) in the Santa boxes this holiday season, and this has been helpful... my first game in her was a fluke -4 kills, unfortunately STILL a lose, oh well- and I haven't yet recaptured that stellar alignment She seems to be a decent ship if given a chance and with a better player than me at the controls ^_^