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  1. We have approx 312 ships in port. This last week I scuttled all my Carriers (CV). No reason at all to have them as they were simply awful to use and had no fun factor for me at all. Was (and still is I guess) a 'collector' but who really cares. I used to have about 12 ships I enjoyed using but really, in the past several months I've little reason to go to any particular individual ship. All the buff's and nerf's seem to make all the ships just plain vanilla. The game mechanics renders most everything to be so lacking in originality as to be obvious and boring. Satisfaction of anything within game is so hard to achieve. Its gotten so bad I've had my 12 year daughter make up some paper 'fortune tellers' (also called a cootie catcher, chatterbox, salt cellar, whirlybird, or paku-paku) its a form of origami used in children's games) to decide which ship I'll use. This has worked out to be as fun in deciding which ship to use, to actually playing the ship. More time with daughter is always good. Now I find more enjoyment in the reading and followup information wargaming and WoWS provides, not within the game play itself. Game play is also hell at times with the human players. I've gotten 'negative' feed-back for playing to close, to far, not supplying resource I didn't even have on that particular ship etc etc. Many, do hate releasing control to others as they 'always' know what is best. I see little hope of anything changing soon. Was wondering if someone knows if its okay to turn over a WoWS account to another family member or friend?
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