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  1. Since New Update

    same here
  2. The whole "armored vehicle" concept where the side armor is thinnest...absolute rubbish.
  3. How did you come up with your username?

    It's just my name....I was named after my father.... My half brother is named Handsome Stranger (last name)...but he goes by "HS"
  4. absolutely nothing...just flags and paint
  5. Santa not working...

    same issue I think, click on gift boxes, click on "for a friend" and I'm back to the Santa page to start the whole thing over...just loops
  6. Which warship is she?

    One of the Brazilians, Sao Paulo or Minas Gerais. Please excuse my spelling
  7. Players intentionally losing

    I'm sure you are correct, I really didn't need to use the pejorative "Beiber fan", that was over the line. edited for the sensitive, I retract my statements
  8. Players intentionally losing

    It's not a myth, and no, you don't work harder. My dad talks about what the current generation of tattooed, nose ring, boy bun wearing slackers he's stuck with at work... You are, as a group, the biggest participants in the "free sh** army", and the biggest collection of SJW idiots the world has ever seen. The OP is right, There are people that intentionally lose, and I may be one one of the "Intentional Losers" But not for the reasons stated. When I get all caps "COMMANDS" from some self-appointed admiral about moving forward, hanging back, not helping this particular idiot,...or about how I'm not contributing to "the collective", I can sometimes lash out in the only ways the game allows. I will YOLO into a group of red DD's, or simply walk away from the game to get a chocolate milk...the latter especially when the chat is particularly nasty and filled with cursing. So keep up the idiocy, and I'll keep getting a chocolate milk. after all, I'm only 12, I have a lifetime of stupid entitlement fools in front of me. It's a game, the digital version of pushing model ships along the carpet and saying "Pew Pew, I got you!" I apologize up front to people that I have mis-characterized, I don't often participate in message boards, but this particular post just bothered me. See you in the game.
  9. It's a beautiful model, and it's fun to play, I just hope they fix the paint scheme. Decks were unpainted, and turret three should not have a red top. Still, I really like it
  10. I was named after the father I never knew...
  11. This is true, and why we did re-issue M-14's, the product improved Garand!
  12. Allow me to be a bit clearer, armor was certainly angled in some ships, US battleships particularly, but angled from the vertical. What I do find ridiculous, is the "Bow towards enemy" tactics that this game drives, it certainly was NOT a real thing, nor was reversing...nor randomly slowing, nor "wiggling", all of which affected your shooting solution on the mechanical computers of the time, and would have thrown the formations that ships operated in into chaos. Exceptions of course for "salvo chasing" a tactic of last resort, usually employed by single ships no longer part of a formation, and no longer worried about hitting targets at long range. In short, when your only tool is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail, and soviet game designers make everything play out like T-34's defending Kursk's southern flank...."In Russia, ship IS tank!" I get that this is a game...but I would applaud anything that makes realistic tactics more effective. Anyway, enough ranting, and I do apologize if I've offended anyone, two great books people may find helpful "Fleet Tactics" by Capt Hughes, http://www.amazon.com/Fleet-Tactics-Practice-Wayne-Hughes/dp/0870215582/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1463620744&sr=1-2&keywords=fleet+tactics and "Naval Firepower: Battleship Guns and Gunnery in the Dreadnought Era" by doctor Friedman http://www.amazon.com/Naval-Firepower-Battleship-Gunnery-Dreadnought/dp/1844157016/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1463620808&sr=1-1&keywords=fire+control+friedman