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Best looking ship in the game?

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2 hours ago, MutsuKaiNi said:

What the title says, what ship do you think is the most aesthetically pleasing to look at 

 

For me, its without a doubt, Amagi especially with her perma camo

She is such a beautiful looking ship, WG did a great job with her model and coming up with a very plausible, circa 1944 refitted Amagi.

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Love it.

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2 hours ago, MutsuKaiNi said:

What the title says, what ship do you think is the most aesthetically pleasing to look at 

Any ship that has the gorgeous Navy Blue hull. Sadly Missouri, Alabama and Kidd are the only USN ships that have it.

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Historical: Hood with 'plain' Type 10 (hon mention: Tirp Tarnanstrich, Missou 22)

Ahistorical: Blatago (hon mention: other 3 black ships)

Fantasy: Urashima / Alldestroyer (tie)

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1 minute ago, Yoshiblue said:

Indianapolis 

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A shame I couldn't find the time to grind for it when it was free. 

yes the indy...poor girl...last major loss of ww2.  RIP her brave sailors.

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Atago, Amagi, or Nagato.  I couldnt pick a favorite out of those.  Roma is a close second.

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You are free to murder me, but I love the Nelson and Izumo. Something about the three forward turrets just gets me. You can't help what you love. 

More sane options are the Pensacola and George V

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Alaska is beautiful but after having seen a number of naval ships around the world none of them have ever compared to the shear rakish, drop dead gorgeous IOWA Class BB's of the USN (IOWA, MISSOURI, NEW JERSEY, & WISCONSIN), especially when you consider their massive size.    They are one of those ships that looks like it is at "Flank Speed" when tied up at the dock.   Even when they were in the Mothball Fleet they were still beautiful.  

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Beer Can / Salt Shaker Roma.

 

Because lots of people get mad when they see it and they get even more mad when you kill them with it.

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3 hours ago, _RC1138 said:

Could there be any other answer:

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I like the Hood, but the ship that sank her is far better looking.

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4 minutes ago, khan1670 said:

I like the Hood, but the ship that sank her is far better looking.

Bismarck's a bloody mess of ship design. Hood was an elegant piece of machinery to which none can compare.

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Nelson. The most beautiful oil tanker ever built.
They even gave her defensive gunnery if she happened to need to defend herself should she get attacked while delivering her oil! 

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I quite like the look of the Iowa class and the Yamato, but for me, the ship that holds a special place in my heart?

 

 

The ones I send to the bottom. :)

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