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  1. ...but I didn't actually know it until Flambass's stream today. You know how people keep saying that our Kearsarge is fake? Nope. All we've been able to see of the Kearsarge is that default forward starboard elevation. So when Flambass gave us a beam view, I did a double take. 4 screws? check 3 rudders? check 4 triple 406mm guns? check canted starboard funnel? check raised bow? check seaplane equipment at the stern? check Let me tell you a little about this blueprint's history. In the interwar years, aircraft carriers were becoming a must-have for every major navy. They had been used successfully by the Royal Navy in raids on Deutschland, Turkey, and Russia; and by the developing Kido Butai in the Battle of Tsingtao. Aircraft were recognized to have scouting & striking potential, though it was still believed the battleship was the decisive weapon. It was also believed that fleet carriers would have to defend themselves when a fleet engagement was fought, leading to designs like the Svenskan Gotland & American Lexington. So one design intended to act as both a surface warship and as a carrier was drawn up by Gibbs & Cox for the US Navy. It was seriously considered, but ultimately rejected. Gibbs & Cox then turned to the CCCP, who were asking for modern blueprints for a fast battleship. Americans building capital ships for the Russians was nothing new. A previous BB named Retvisan had been built in Pennsylvania, and we have the prime example of Varyag as a premium ship. This Gibbs & Cox design intrigued the Red Fleet, and a design study took place: Project 1058. Two main variants were drawn up utilizing existing Soviet weaponry & sensors. The design of a new 16" shell was also drawn up. Existing Soviet aircraft were inspected to find which could be fitted with stronger landing gear, tailhooks, floats, and catapult equipment. The new ship was given the name "Pobeda." However, Project 1058 was deemed too costly & excessive. It was discarded in favor of another fast battleship design, which we have in-game as the Sovetsky Soyuz. Now, Gibbs & Cox finally have their success as the powerful USS Kearsarge makes its way into World of Warships! ♦
  2. This is the first (and probably last,) video I'll pass along from any CCs... they can do it themselves. And though I think he's right 99% of the time, I'm not a fan of Flambass, his arrogance is so off putting and tedious. But that doesn't mean he's wrong. And he's not. This clip has some off the scale sarcasm, but it really is what WG rewards in 10.0 in game play for BBs. I had a guy in a match yesterday who played exactly like he did there. Sat all the way back, didn't help the team other than just farming damage from range & safety. By the time he put his HP into play the match was already over and we ended up losing. Of course, he was still top on the tree for XP. Sadly, sitting back toward the base line and sniping is what WG rewards the most. I'm titling this line "Snark level goes to 11"
  3. As the title says..... To be honest....when I saw In the title "+ Announcement" I knew that,..,, it will be something along those lines.
  4. Boggzy is joined by Borla to bring the hardest-hitting and most pressing questions to Flambass about his rise to WoWs celebrity, the ups and downs of the streamer lifestyle, the relationship between a game company and it's users, and why he convinced thousands of people to charge mid on Two Brothers... 00:17 - Meet Flambass! 02:23 - Where did it start? 12:26 - Balancing content creation and competitive 16:43 - Playing for fun vs. playing for a living 21:34 - Two Brothers 25:42 - "ADVERTISEMENT" 26:05 - Sink a ship! 28:00 - "Fun and Engaging" - Let's talk about it 33:50 - The most frustrating things.... 38:12 - Relationship between Game and Consumer 56:35 - Solutions to RNG 1:00:24 - What's next? YouTube: https://youtu.be/9ycAonSVyfY Anchor: https://anchor.fm/the-new-guys/episodes/Episode-056-FLAMBASS-and-his-cat----talk-Fun-and-Engaging-elvus3