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additional containers with Musashi/Yamato

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it says: 

You earn portraits faster by taking on certain missions with certain ships, and getting special High School Fleet Containers. These renewable missions are available for

HSF Graf Spee (20 additional Containers)

HSF Harekaze (20 additional Containers)

IJN Yamato (10 additional Containers)

IJN Musashi (10 additional Containers). 

 

Does that mean I can get a total of 10 additional containers for either yamato and musashi? so thats 20 games total on both? correct?

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20 minutes ago, _Dracarys said:

doesnt have to be wins. i got container without

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Just lost a game, didn't receive a container.

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I have the hsf graf spee and hsf harekaze, and was wondering where I can find the missions to get the special High School Fleet containers ? Do they become available at certain times or are they renewable as mentioned above on a daily basis? Or do you just use the HSF ships to complete daily missions to get the HSF containers? 

 

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Went to news on the wows site and it's actually self explainable 

quick Facts: 
· The HSF Collection is only activated if you 
click the"I Want to Join"button below 
· Once you opt in, you get your first High 
School Fleet Container after a single battle in 
any tier V+ ship 
· After that, you get a single portrait in regular 
containers you open. 
· Or you can accelerate your progress by 
fighting battles in HSF ships and getting more high School Fleet Containers

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