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  1. Like many folks, I am thoroughly disgusted with the antics in the past 1-2 years from WG. Nerfing ships for no reason other than 'the spreadsheet', making every effort in the game about new ships (i.e. revenue generators) instead of more maps, better matchmaking, hell...something as simple as the user search functionality - all less important than milking whales (like me), which has become their singular focus. For context, I am likely one of their biggest targets. I am: In my mid 50s - a larger than normal demographic for video gamers in this game A Naval veteran Wealthy enough to buy anything I want in this game if I want to. I've been a premium user for nearly the entire five year period and as of today still have over 650 days of premium left I've spent on estimate over $800 on this game...so yeah...I'm kind of a whale I'm fortunate to play with a clan community of over 100 members amongst the four clans I've played in multiple tournament like KOTS I either stream with in game or directly support no less than 4 Twitch streamers who show their enthusiasm for the game and derive financial benefit from this organization Am 'friendly' enough to have a karma well over 300 WeeGee -- frankly, you're lucky to HAVE someone like me who has not only financially supported the evolution of this game, but continues to promote it through various means. Know what? NO MORE. I've spent the very last dollar I will on this game...because of: Your mismanagement and treatment of thoughtful, DEDICATED CC's. Your singular focus on how to push out [edited] ships with little thought on their gameplay other than 'the spreadsheet' and whether you can get a few extra bucks from whales like me. Your arrogant silence to critics about CV play in clan battles (to the point where KOTS PURPOSELY omits CVs) Your unwillingness to address simple game development issues (contact search anyone?) Your dedication of gaming resources to not add maps or improve game play, but rather insistently run out submarines??? I encourage others to honestly evaluate your dedication to the game and whether this company deserves your money. For me, I'll continue playing 10-15 hours a week (to use up my premium time and suck serve bandwidth), but not one more doubloon will be purchased, not a single new ship will be acquired and every fiber of my being will be spent trashing this no-class organization.
  2. Also about how developers "know better" what the players want. It is time stamped where he start talking about wows. Enjoy:)
  3. Time to break out the dress uniforms and touch up the paintwork; The Rear Admiral himself is finally making his appearance in the game!!!!!! It's official: The instant I get him (and I WILL get him), I'm putting him on my Warspite.

    Had a mixed day today.

    Well I had a pretty mixed day today. Started off bright and early in the morning hanging with TheMightyJingles himself in a few goes of Narai he'd also gone ahead and gifted me a Triad of Triumph for my birthday which was very nice of him. I invited a few of my friends to tag along and we all had a good time, no stream, no screaming fans, no cameras just divisioning up and having fun. He told me the rest of his Vodka story that he mentioned in the Not Mingles With Jingles episode this week so if you're wondering what happened, he couldn't take the bottle of Vodka with him because he had put it in his carry on bag and not his stow away bag... Heh, I bet he wont be making that mistake in a hurry again. So we puttered about having fun and laughing the day away sadly he had to still get his video done for Saturday so our time was cut short. But thanks to the Triad of Triumph he purchased for me as a gift, I was able to blast my way through the Iowa and ended up researching the Montana later on in the afternoon. So that was fun, however I could swear I was struck with the Jingles affect myself because I could not for the life of me hit the broadside of a barn with the Iowa or perhaps the Missouri I had already was just jealous that I had unlocked her sister ship and was refusing to play her instead of the Iowa. Who knows. But for the rest of the day it was as normal just sailing around in my tin tub shooting plebs and weebs, and I burnt myself out grinding out the credits to get the Montana so all in all, a pretty moderate day but one to remember nonetheless. And well I'm going to stick a bit of promotion in here, if you'd like to join us in mining salt for his gnomish overlord you can join his official discord here. https://discord.gg/hpVR2wV
  5. I'm sure that you guys watch the Mighty Jingles, but today's replay is definitely a treat for those who love naval history. The Massachusetts that was featured in this video is played by none other than Mr. James D. Hornfischer, who is a naval historian who has received awards for his naval history books like The Last of the Tin Can Sailors (about the Battle off Samar) and Neptune's Inferno: The U.S. Navy at Guadalcanal. To those who want to devour some more naval history, he's a good author to read: very riveting tales weaved with history and action. He's also heavily featured in this episode of History Channel's Battle 360 show since it deals with the Battle off Samar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_syMKoTsi0 XX To encourage some history discussion, what are your favorite naval history books to read? Besides Mr. Hornfischer, I also enjoyed reading World War II at Sea: A Global History by Mr. Craig Symonds. Its a great summation of naval history throughout the Second World War, starting with the Washington Naval Treaties and ending in Tokyo Bay while weaving the Pacific, Atlantic and Mediterranean campaigns in its pages.
  6. So with Jingles now officially the winner of The Ring (as stated in his video today), how soon will he be available as a captain in the game? I need him at the helm of my Warspite ASAP.