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  1. *pictured - USS Massachusetts during a typhoon in the Central Pacific, 1944* Which battleship was the toughest/most difficult to learn to play but is now one of your favorite? The various nation tech-trees offer unique traits and characteristics for their heavy hitters of the fleet. However each ship, whether tech-tree or premium, has their own strengths and vulnerabilities which every ship captain must recognize in order to use her effectively in battle. Of all the battlewagons in game, which one was a thorn in your side to master but now is one of your most lethal weapons? "This ship is built to fight. You had better know how." - Arleigh Burke, US Navy #motivationmonday #anchorsaweigh
  2. How are you adapting to the new and improved "Operation Raptor Rescue"? Since it's re-release with Patch 0.7.7, Raptor Rescue now features new challenges in order to obtain complete mission success. The carrier skipper now has different options to sail to the objective zone forcing its fleet escorts to also change direction and deal with any enemy vessels and aircraft that try to stop her. Employing your ship to best protect Raptor while also neutralizing enemy ships and aircraft becomes as dynamic as the make up of your team! What is your situation report on the reworked Operation Raptor Rescue? #motivationmonday #anchorsaweigh
  3. *pictured - USS Birmingham (right) pulling alongside USS Princeton for firefighting and evacuating casualties during Marine landings at Leyte Gulf(10/24/1944)* When your teammate or team is in trouble, how do you help them and support the effort? Often times, whenever I see a teammate in trouble and taking enemy fire while losing health, I try to help them out by sailing close-by to draw their attention. By buying time, I can save my teammate by allowing them to drop off detection and live to fight another day. This prevents the sinking of one of my allied vessels and prevents giving the enemy team precious points. If playing a destroyer, I try to conceal them with smoke while laying down a torpedo spread to break up the enemy formation. How do you help pick up your teammate and let them live to fight another day? "Spontaneity of effort replaces chaos, confusion gives way to achievement." - Holland P. Smith. US Marine Corps #motivationmonday #anchorsaweigh
  4. How do you get that critical hit/citadel on the enemy vessel? No matter if I play a destroyer, cruiser, battleship, or even a carrier, I try to hold my guns, torps, and planes back until I know I can deal a devastating blow. Sometimes, it pays to be patient and wait a little longer before unleashing your full firepower on Team Red. What do you do to land a devastating strike on the enemy ship? “Appear weak when you are strong, and strong when you are weak.” - Sun Tzu, The Art of War #motivationmonday #anchorsaweigh
  5. What do you do to try and turn the tide of battle in your team's favor? Often times, teams tend to lose the initiative and momentum if they lose the first ship(s) during the battle. However, I have also noticed many players do not give up and change up their tactics to turn the tide in their favor. For myself, I try not to pay too much attention to the score and instead focus on staying with my teammate(s) and trying to take down the closest threat to my team. Also, capping an objective forces the enemy fleet to come to you and can throw them off-balance. When the going gets tough, how do you get your team to keep going towards victory? "The best defense is a well-directed fire from your own guns." - David Farragut, US Navy #motivationmonday #anchorsaweigh
  6. (pictured - Rear Admiral Karel Doorman, Royal Netherlands Navy) Does the captain you choose for your warship make a difference in battle? Regardless of the ship class, the captain skills can enhance the abilities of the ship. However, seaworthiness and tactical mastery are very much in the hands of the individual. These as well as understanding the particulars of the vessel, its equipment, and the skills earned by the captain equal the difference between an adequate and an excellent skipper. Is your skipper ready to go to action stations and lead their fleet to victory? "I am attacking, follow me!" - Karel Doorman, Royal Netherlands Navy #motivationmonday #anchorsaweigh
  7. When the campaign doesn't go well, how do you turn things around? Rough seas and battles plagued me recently and it can be extremely frustrating. However, an old master sergeant told me "...you're bound to get your butt kicked, but you'd better make sure you're ready to do the same right back!" Regroup, repair, re-arm, and rejoin the Fleet. After the agony of defeat, how do you get yourself under weigh for battle? "Retreat? Hell! We're not retreating! We're just advancing in a different direction!" - Oliver Smith, US Marine Corps #motivationmonday #anchorsaweigh
  8. Battleship skippers, if you spot multiple targets, who do you aim at first? Given a choice between a cruiser or a battleship, determining the bigger threat or evening the odds can make the difference between victory, defeat, and survival. With a fleet of ships spotted, who's the on the receiving end of your big guns? "The difference between a good and great officer is about 10 seconds." - Arleigh Burke, US Navy #motivationmonday #anchorsaweigh