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Best Ship Hammered

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So, 40th birthday with some Gentleman Jack involved; sailed Kii, GK, then Shima.  Ultimately went with Kongo.

¿ What is the best hammered ship?

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The V25 is great wasted but, I like the Warspite 'cause it's always catching fire and fire is cool...ya ya 

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Who knows... Never been drunk; drank some Sake at a Hibachi place once and woke up after going home and to bed and the room was spinning; but that's about it...

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First - Happy Birthday!:Smile_honoring:

Hmm.. DDs - They'll make you focus too heavily and possibly sober you up or rage quit if you're feeling reckless. Don't want to be in a bad mood now do ya?

BBs - They could potentially put you to sleep(if you're that far along that is..).

CVs - This could get ugly and possibly make you hurl trying to keep track of everything.

I'd go for Cruisers. Engaging enough to keep you alert (but not too much). High RPM to forgive "crosseyed" aiming and soft enough to give you some luls when you do something stupid. Yolo for a thrill to try to land some torps or just kick back and kite sending rounds down range.

Imo perfect "Hammered Ship" class.

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40 minutes ago, Estimated_Prophet said:

Who knows... Never been drunk; drank some Sake at a Hibachi place once and woke up after going home and to bed and the room was spinning; but that's about it...

Sorry to break it to you friend, but if that short recount is accurate, you were drunk at least once.

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I wouldn't know, but I might go with some low tierd BB. Everything goes very sloooowly...

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I don't have one, but I think Deadmeat is onto something with his Atlanta suggestion.  The general playstyle of that ship seems to be about half-drunk to begin with.

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2 hours ago, ZoomieG said:

Sorry to break it to you friend, but if that short recount is accurate, you were drunk at least once.

 

8oz Sake flask, and this happened HOURS after getting home... Not like i didn't eat anything to help soak the booze up.

 

In any case, not significant enough an impression about the incident to say anything more than; maybe i'm a quiet drunk?

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4 hours ago, WhiteRecon said:

So, 40th birthday with some Gentleman Jack involved; sailed Kii, GK, then Shima.  Ultimately went with Kongo.

¿ What is the best hammered ship?

Happy Birthday!

Awesome choice of libation!

You play most of your games sober?

Minekazi is my favorite.

Cheers!

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3 hours ago, toosonmike said:

Happy Birthday!

Awesome choice of libation!

You play most of your games sober?

Minekazi is my favorite.

Cheers!

Thanks for the b-day wishes!  Almost always sober, but Jack can't be trusted.

 

I really should have got Kamikaze when I had the chance - dammit. 

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Fiji when drinking rum.

Gremyashchy when drinking vodka.

Missouri when drinking beer.

Hood when drinking tea. :cap_tea:

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