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How It Works: Spotting and Detectability System 2.0

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Everything you need to know about the spotting system of a ship, presented in an updated and extended episode!


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Very good video, especially for new players.

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Do you think it's time to put some common sense in the spotting mechanic?

  • remove the "you are spotted" notification, just stop and think for a second. Who will notify the enemy that he/she is spotted. For a radar, Ok you might know that you are light and is it a spotting radar or targeting radar, having your ship  had the relevant equipment, which appeared mid WW2.
  • Accuracy/Dispersion MUST be much much worse (5 to 10 times) if a ship shoots by second hand fire control. Even today with totally digitally integrated battlefield control system it's challenging. In those day they didn't had GPS, satellite phones,  WiFi, internet and etc. Surprise, Surprise.
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So ships can see through Island, go figure... Radar go through Island Go Figure.. When are shells and Torpedoes going to be fixed to go through Island.. Since spotting is so broken  and never  going to be fixed.... ? Remove the stupid  2km assured detection ...

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On 3/23/2020 at 5:34 PM, todorp said:

 

  • Accuracy/Dispersion MUST be much much worse (5 to 10 times) if a ship shoots by second hand fire control.

ESPECIALLY PLANES!!

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