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I know wargaming take their historical accuracy very seriously, so i don"t think its accurate to have a torpedo and a man polishing said torpedo just a few feet away from an overhead cargo crane on the container ship.

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3 minutes ago, Kirov_Six said:

I try not to think about the guy polishing his torpedo out in the open, actually.

 

Hey man dont judge.......... you gotta keep it clean

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2 hours ago, Roger_Dorn said:

I know wargaming take their historical accuracy very seriously....

You're kidding, right?

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Seems like the historical accuracy thing went out the way when half the ships never actually existed in anything more than paper.

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3 hours ago, Roger_Dorn said:

I know wargaming take their historical accuracy very seriously.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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3 hours ago, Roger_Dorn said:

I know wargaming take their historical accuracy very seriously, so i don"t think its accurate to have a torpedo and a man polishing said torpedo just a few feet away from an overhead cargo crane on the container ship.

Um... We're an arcade game with historical roots, not a simulator. So yes, we do take queues from historical data, for balance in an arcade game there are mechanics that are not historical.

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...nothing of the moonwalking deck mopper? Am I missing something?

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20 hours ago, Roger_Dorn said:

I know wargaming take their historical accuracy very seriously, so i don"t think its accurate to have a torpedo and a man polishing said torpedo just a few feet away from an overhead cargo crane on the container ship.

LOL

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21 hours ago, Kirov_Six said:

I try not to think about the guy polishing his torpedo out in the open, actually.

 

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21 hours ago, Roger_Dorn said:

I know wargaming take their historical accuracy very seriously, so i don"t think its accurate to have a torpedo and a man polishing said torpedo just a few feet away from an overhead cargo crane on the container ship.

Right, because We all know how expansive and far faring the Russian navy was in World War two.  Or how powerful they were during World War one after having lost the Russo-Japanese War just a few years before the onset of the Great War.  Or how Russia never had the ability during that timeframe to make armor plate substantially thicker than 8 inches (203mm) and almost all armor plating was poured into tank production during World War two....

 

Oh yes, the historical accuracy is strong with this one.

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Considering some of the WW2 photos and film of torps etc. being loaded onto subs, DD's and the like, the guy in port seems like he's bubblewrapped cleaning a pool noodle.

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