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CrimsonAlucard

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About CrimsonAlucard

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  1. CrimsonAlucard

    What is Your Favorite Ship From History?

    So cool. I did not know of these.
  2. CrimsonAlucard

    What is Your Favorite Ship From History?

    I know.......but it could be a really, really small ship? :|)
  3. CrimsonAlucard

    What is Your Favorite Ship From History?

    So, you’re Portuguese then? That’s cool. I have to agree with you there are many great ships through time we’re amazing for many reasons.
  4. CrimsonAlucard

    Could we get another British premium, please?

    Yeah, I know. It’s the CC Lexington. It’s my favorite ship. We were talking battlecruisers so mentioned it.
  5. CrimsonAlucard

    What is Your Favorite Ship From History?

    Hey, submarine ms are ships too. They’re just designed to sink. Lol!
  6. CrimsonAlucard

    What is Your Favorite Ship From History?

    Love a lot of these ships.
  7. CrimsonAlucard

    What is Your Favorite Ship From History?

    Oh snap. First reliable turreted warship. The battle itself might have been insignificant compared to others of the Civil War, but it like the CSS H.L. Hunely would have lasting impacts on the way Wars would be fought on the high seas.
  8. CrimsonAlucard

    What is Your Favorite Ship From History?

    Yeah, I know. Just for lols. Or you can do it anyways in Empire: Total War with the Darth Mod. :)
  9. CrimsonAlucard

    What is Your Favorite Ship From History?

    Hm, yes, but it did lead to bigger and better things. The Northamptons, the Portlands, New Orleans, Wichita, Baltimores, Oregon Citys, Des Moines, and in the long run, the two Alaska-class large cruisers.
  10. CrimsonAlucard

    What is Your Favorite Ship From History?

    Hm, possible July 4th event? Lol!
  11. CrimsonAlucard

    What is Your Favorite Ship From History?

    Yes, and they definitely showed the difference in the USN’s approach to naval warfare when compared to the Royal Navy’s at the time. Those frigates were meant to maximize the strengths of the United States’s in ship building and resources in a lot of lumber, but fewer men to crew them. The Royal Navy built large ships of war as the mainstay of their fleets that could project the power of the British Empire wherever they dropped anchor. These vessels were meant to compete in mass naval engagements with the support of various other vessels and had a large amount of man power. The USN had a few smaller ships with less manpower capable taking a beating, dishing it out, and run if they needed. They were also meant to operate with each other in smaller more mobile groups. These were useful in hit and run tactics.
  12. CrimsonAlucard

    What is Your Favorite Ship From History?

    Lol. I would love to go aboard her one day. Love them old mast and canvas ships.
  13. CrimsonAlucard

    What is Your Favorite Ship From History?

    I too also am fascinated by this ship. Hm, being an old player of Battlestations, the Northampton-class heavy cruiser hold a spot in my heart. Of course, pissing off IJN players in BSP with hoards of Northampton’s was always so fun. Wish WG had the NH-class from the start.
  14. CrimsonAlucard

    What is Your Favorite Ship From History?

    So true. These few ships practically put the USN on the map as a small but incredibly enduring and determined fighting force in the eyes of the Royal Navy during the War of 1812.
  15. CrimsonAlucard

    What is Your Favorite Ship From History?

    That’s a great one! :)
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