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What ship (or ship type) is this? Wrong answers only!

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Fubuki (Type 1) Class: Fubuki

Ships in Class: Shirayuki, Hatsuyuki, Miyuki, Murakumo, Shinonome, Usugumo, Shirakumo, Isonami, Uranami

Miyuki: "She never took part in WW2, and was sunk following a collision with Inazuma in 1934, making her the earliest of the Kanmusus sunk"

 

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Clearly, it's the Yamato's Captain's yacht.

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3 minutes ago, awiggin said:

Aren't these troll posts supposed to go in off-topic? :cap_hmm:

No clue. These threads are just the light in this darkness.

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That's the Pope Class DD of the Italian Navy first launched in 1977. You can tell by the drawing of the Pope followed by the year of launch, and the barber pole striping on the funnel. Classic Italian Naval Design.

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I lost my rubber duck back in 1942, seems you have found it

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USS Eldridge (Philadelphia Experiment).

It transported across the planet, back in time to August 1940 with the entire crew melted into the deck (dead or dying).

It was found/appropriated by the IJN and given this disguise as they studied the technology in secret.

Looking through the information found on this ship, they discovered the war would have been going badly with the US, so they stopped building battleships and concentrated on carriers instead.

They discovered their torpedo technology far more advanced, than the US, so they dedicated more resources in that direction as well.

The radar set and most electronics was fried, but they reverse engineered enough to get some crude experiments to work.

They hid this ship away for future reference in Taiwan since it still had a strange greenish glow to it, and they didn't want to risk any unknown effects.  In October of 1941, it mysteriously disappeared, taking only a few security personnel.

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8 minutes ago, AVR_Project said:

USS Eldridge (Philadelphia Experiment).

It transported across the planet, back in time to August 1940 with the entire crew melted into the deck (dead or dying).

It was found/appropriated by the IJN and given this disguise as they studied the technology in secret.

Looking through the information found on this ship, they discovered the war would have been going badly with the US, so they stopped building battleships and concentrated on carriers instead.

They discovered their torpedo technology far more advanced, than the US, so they dedicated more resources in that direction as well.

The radar set and most electronics was fried, but they reverse engineered enough to get some crude experiments to work.

They hid this ship away for future reference in Taiwan since it still had a strange greenish glow to it, and they didn't want to risk any unknown effects.  In October of 1941, it mysteriously disappeared, taking only a few security personnel.

I heard it was the boat that Aperture Science had.

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Aah the Angelfish.

One of Aquaria's most popular fishes. Commonly found in the rivers of the amazon in the wild, it has been in the hobby since ~1911.

This one appears to be a velvet tail, clearly indicated by the black and white colouring.

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That's the new North Korean nuclear-powered,  200kt, ultra-stealth, guided-missile supercruiser the Pongyankmyyang on her shakedown cruise. Sure they had a little issue of 90% of her crew diving off the side and swimming to freedom in South Korea, but the remaining 10% now have that healthy "nuclear glow" that keeps them from needing artificial light when reading their glorious party paper at night!

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18 minutes ago, Vangm94 said:

I heard it was the boat that Aperture Science had.

Oh yeah, this ship is definitely the Borealis.

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Hard to tell from this angle but I'm pretty sure it's a BC Ferry. Judging by the markings probably Coastal Renaissance.

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