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HE module damage.

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With the increase in popularity of CVs here recently, why is it okay for high tier BB HE to be able to wipe 2/3s of a ships AA off in one salvo?

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There is an upgrade that increases survivability of your AA modules.  Perhaps you might consider that.

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You can get double AA survival, but given the sheer HE spam, it won't make much difference.

 

I have that module on my Yamato. It doesn't make a difference in my AA's survival--still lose AA mounts more or less same way.

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11 minutes ago, Reymu said:

You can get double AA survival, but given the sheer HE spam, it won't make much difference.

 

I have that module on my Yamato. It doesn't make a difference in my AA's survival--still lose AA mounts more or less same way.

My thoughts are that I find it more important to try and keep the main guns intact and firing more so than the AA, but on a ship that is basically balanced around its AA like Iowa or Montana that really is difficult, its the silly 1/4  HE pen ships that really take their toll on the AA.

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3 minutes ago, SmokinCAT said:

My thoughts are that I find it more important to try and keep the main guns intact and firing more so than the AA, but on a ship that is basically balanced around its AA like Iowa or Montana that really is difficult, its the silly 1/4  HE pen ships that really take their toll on the AA.

They could easily fix it by making the 1/4 HE pens only apply to the hull and deck

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