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Hey WG how about giving us some nose art for our ships?

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How about giving us some noise art for our ships like  bombers used to get in WWII?

 

Shimmy nose art

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BB nose art

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cruiser nose art

 

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Yea.  Or something like the citations you see on the superstructure of ships.  

It could have to do with a certain number of DD's destroyed by cruisers etc.  The achievement patches are just not that motivating or interesting.

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58 minutes ago, slokill_1 said:

 

Yea.  Or something like the citations you see on the superstructure of ships.  

It could have to do with a certain number of DD's destroyed by cruisers etc.  The achievement patches are just not that motivating or interesting.

those would be really small though,but nice details.

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Some ships in-game already have, erm, hull art. Kidd does, painted on her forward funnel. Massachusetts does too, on her B turret. I don't know when exactly the ships picked up their respective illustrations, but they definitely establish a real-world precedent for the practice on ships as well as aircraft.

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Im up for more customisation with having some small art painted on my ship to express yourself a lil or to personalised it to you, but not on a bow Maybe on the side of the forward superstructure. I remember cleveland has a kill tally on the right side of her forward superstructure of imperial japanese flags idk if she still has them by default still.

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1 hour ago, RipNuN2 said:

I didn't realize ships had noses.  :cap_hmm:

They do. It's the pointy end.  Also, they are called boats.

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Hmmm, nose art. A bit risque too.

I will have to pass. With the possible exception of airplane period correct nose art, anything else will just be troublesome for me in the long term.

What if WG gave out art with Mr Conway wearing just a towel and him saying: "Anyone see the towel?" (Think about that hard). LOL 😆

A player having such art on say a DD might get every cruiser opening up on the DD player. Mainly for fear the towel might fall off. :cap_wander:

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8 hours ago, RipNuN2 said:

I didn't realize ships had noses.  :cap_hmm:

Of course the do, they are at the opposite end of their aft hole.

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5 hours ago, Nikolay_Kuznetsov_ said:

IMHO I say no. Nose art was for Aircraft.

What about having your "teabagging" emblem there, same place as the coat of arms on Spee, just maybe a little bigger.

Sure, nose art was for aircraft, but a lot of the different camo we have for ships pretty much blows tradition out of the water anyway.....

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Dude I’m still waiting on battle stars to be placed on the side of the ship.  Maybe a-al “Marksman” style.  :cap_old:

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4 hours ago, Chain_shot said:

Didn't  know about the gremlin that's cool.

Glad you enjoyed it.

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