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About Jolly_Rodgered

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    The farm country of Pennsyltucky
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    Drinking Irish Whiskey, and then I guess buying more Irish Whiskey

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  1. Jolly_Rodgered

    2020 summer sale

    Actually, if they're going to put things on sale I wouldn't mind picking up a few of the Halloween camos if the price is right; regular price is ridiculous. I'd also like to pick up both special commanders but 175,000 coal is out of my price range, barely, so a sale on those would work. Other then that I likely wouldn't be in the market to purchase any ships. Fat California wasn't my thing and I'm not a CV player so am not putting forth any effort in the new German line.
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    The Great Blasto Naval Doctrine

    They all sit, patiently waiting to get their chance at glory one last time.
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    New module screeens are terrible

    This is me prior to every update because they always seem to get worse with time. Especially the audio updates. They should just give us a choice whether to use the new sound or stay with old one. The damage sound effects are ridiculous and I immediately turned everything down after one battle.
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    Dr_Venture's first Twitch Stream!

    Great show anyway. Good luck with your twitching thingie!
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    Bonus Code HAPAFANTALISTIC

    Another code that doesn't work for me...............(sighs)
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    Got Alasaka for a cheap price

    Wow, first roll and got the Alaska for 1500 doubloons, nice. Go play the lottery in case you're on a roll.
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    Stream Code for German Carriers

    Also, the code didn't work so now I'm salty too.
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    More Azur Lane stuff revealed by WG

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    Resen Assistant

    Greetings Stephen. I didn't see his video but it sounds like it's the one from the official World of Warships Mod Station site, found below: https://worldofwarships.com/en/content/modstation/ Fair seas!
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    Why drop when ALL the team is effin' bots?

    I love a full co-op match when it's just me against both teams of robots. It would be kind of embarrassing if I didn't place number one on the team though.
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    USN Battleship Split and Friends (please support)

    I've been on the U.S.S New Jersey a few times since I don't live far from her; maybe it's time for another visit.
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    USN Battleship Split and Friends (please support)

    Just wanted to see the old girl in the game, in some iteration. Was really hoping she'd be put in as a brawler. Regardless, I'd be quite happy to pay real money for her. These new ships, not so much.
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    Montana - Crocosaur

    I do think it's one of the coolest Halloween camouflages in the game, and it is animated, but not worth that kind of money. It will go on sale and can also be gotten out of the exploding Halloween crates once they start awarding them again in the Fall. I have a bunch of them I got from the crates and they're pretty sharp looking.
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    Well the trial was nice... but I'm out

    World of Warships does indeed have a huge learning curve. But, you can get to be a skilled player in far less then a 1000 random matches if you watch some videos and read some articles about the ships you're sailing. It's not that hard; it just takes time. Remember, many of us have been playing the game for years and we're still learning. In specific regards to your last game with the Omaha, that goes directly to experience and situational awareness. Battleships are not sneaky or fast at the lower tiers, with the exception of the Giulio Cesare, and if it suddenly appeared within 5km of you that can only mean you weren't paying attention to the mini-map; it is a difficult skill to master trust me. Added to this is that the Omaha is made of citadels and match sticks. Once spotted it is quickly targeted which is why it's such a tough ship to excel in. Also, Tier 5 ships can see Tier 7 competition so caution is always the word of the day; again this goes to experience. Getting blapped (a term for Devastating Strike) can be frustrating and logging off afterwards isn't uncommon, but, uninstalling is. World of Warships is a fun game but as stated takes time to learn, more to do well in, and for some like me years to get good in (still getting there lol). I think it's worth it but your call regardless. Again, fair seas.
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