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Dear Wargaming, I would like to ask for more transparency on your future plans for the CV rework and future premium changes like Guilio Cesare. This information can be vague, but please define the goals at the very least. What is the goal for the CV rework? What is the goal and criteria for balancing ships like Guilio Cesare? What happened to Arcs or Qurterly updates? It would be nice to see a Waterline episode on Guilo Cesare and future CV rework plans is all I am asking for. So please make it happen and you all agree with me simply say aye. regards, Landedkiller
Ayo, first forum post here. I was just wondering what you guys consider the best and worst ships, tier for tier, in the game. Base it off your own experience either playing as or playing against said ships. They can be premium. Go ham and share your salt with us. I have only gotten to Tier VI (Just recently came back after stopping when the first Soviet Destroyers were put in the game), so my selection of ships is limited. If I were to choose a worst ship, it would be the Tier VI BB New Mexico. Holy crap, I cannot stand the thing. The spread of the guns can be likened to a short-barreled punt gun and those shells do one of three things if the hit: Over-penetrate, penetrate but do no damage, or ricochet. Not to mention that I am sure that a propulsion powered by rowers would probably give it more maneuverability. I don't really see other New Mexico captains doing all too well in it. They usually tell me that they hate the thing ahaha. As for the best ship, that's hard. From what I have played so far, I'd probably say the Atlanta Tier VII cruiser. I don't own the thing myself, but the thing rains HE spam all over everything it sees. I always see these guys doing great in the ship. I will plead ignorance, I am not to knowledgeable on Tier VII or above so maybe you guys with better experience will tell me I'm a bleedin' idiot. Anyways, have a good day and I look forward to looking at the responses.
Midnight here in Germany Happy New Year Best Wishes for 2019 and good luck for you all! And now a German New Year tv classic All you need to know is: Miss Sophie has outlifed all her friends she celebrates her 90th birthday with. They are only part of her imagination. Warning: this is for people who like old school comedy, this is from 1963