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  1. dEsTurbed1

    The Kii trap

    So my 3rd match with her going into late game. Solo warrior chance. 4 ships closing in on me. No heals left. Under 30k health. 3km away a half heath battleship is nose on to me, we are closing. I rember that I have torpedos. Yup you guessed it, I turn to use them and take 3 citadels . Don't ever do it, they are a death trap.
  2. So, I'm sure a lot of you may have noticed that by the time they sank, all the Kongo Fast Battleships looked pretty different from each other. After I had bought the Kongo a few months ago, though, I was sort of confused. You see, the Kongo looks like this... But the ingame Kongo looks like this! Should/could Wargaming fix this? I also saw some arpeggio ships still sailing around, and all of the Kongo sisters there are reskinned. Does it even matter to anyone? Personally, I would love to see our real Kongo.
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