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In a single battle, have you managed to sink a ship in every existing class? This feat requires not only requires accurate gunfire but to actively pursue and search for vessels as well. In addition, hunting down a destroyer or the elusive aircraft carrier can prove to be the most difficult as the battle progresses. Have you run the 'crucible' and sunk all four classes in a single battle? "I am attacking, follow me!" - Karel Doorman, Royal Netherlands Navy #fightingfridays #anchorsaweigh
Which destroyer is the best of its class at Tier IV? Japanese, American, Pan-Asia, Russian, and German destroyers engage in both torpedo and gun attacks on each other and the larger vessels. Each nation has its distinct characteristics and traits that fit individual play styles to wreak havoc and destruction to the enemy fleet. When it comes to Tier IV destroyers, which one is the best of the best? "The mark of a great shiphandler is never getting into situations that require great shiphandling." - Ernest King, US Navy #fightingfridays #anchorsaweigh
After the first week of battle, are you an Eagle or a Shark? In between your battles, a recruiter may have attempted to get you to switch sides by offering a reward. If you chose to switch, instant rewards are granted. However, you may have noticed sticking with your team also provides some benefits as loyalty points are earned as well as tokens of your respective team. Eagles versus Sharks, are you a mercenary or are you devoted to your team? "We have met the enemy and they are ours." - Oliver Hazard Perry, US Navy #fightingfridays #gonavy #anchorsaweigh
*pictured - USS Iowa, USS Wisconsin, USS Missouri and USS New Jersey sailing off Hampton Roads, VA* When you division up, what is your most effective composition? Some players go for balanced with a mix of destroyers, cruisers, and battleships; while others form a carrier battle group For myself, I find success with a combination to include a destroyer and either cruiser or battleship or both. Working together, there is mutual intel-gathering. observation, and fire-support. Divisions: what's the mix that works for you? "We all learned to think before we spoke and to limit what we said to the problem at hand." - Richard O'Kane, US Navy #fightingfriday #anchorsaweigh