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Sad to see these pages like this, so baron and sparse to look at.

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WOW Pan Asia has more ships present and not one of them is home grown :Smile_sad:

 

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Pan America is worse since I don't have one ship and there page is completely blank and not even present in game, this is the best screen shot I could muster, FLAGS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Not a South American dreadnought to be seen even as a premium let alone a full tech line.

WG had no troubles implementing @LittleWhiteMouse's Thunderer when she created this fake ship to review, how about repeat the process with this !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

   

Nov 2019 she posted this, funny how WG didn't jump on this band wagon. 

 

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Commonwealth and Pan-America have a common problem, they have ships that are already in other tech trees. If they're going to implement another Fletcher or another Daring, it must have some unique flavor and differ from its counterparts, or it will end like the Pan-Asians. So rare to see one of them in battles nowadays.

I think it's better to wait more to have some good and unique traits rather than another "meh" or tech tree with "a different flag".

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48 minutes ago, MaxVladimus said:

Commonwealth and Pan-America have a common problem, they have ships that are already in other tech trees. If they're going to implement another Fletcher or another Daring, it must have some unique flavor and differ from its counterparts, or it will end like the Pan-Asians. So rare to see one of them in battles nowadays.

I think it's better to wait more to have some good and unique traits rather than another "meh" or tech tree with "a different flag".

I'll take every re- skinned  Commonwealth ship that WOWS makes. there are plenty of differences between Leander and Perth or Fiji and Mysore. 

while these ships may look the same they sure don't play the same and as a Canadian, I'd like to see some of the historic ships of the Commonwealth in the game

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At least you have one. Canada has zilch! They talk about the Russian navy. Where the hell were they during the war????

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Haida —A Tribal-class destroyer built for the Royal Canadian Navy. Just sayin 

 

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Canada had a navy. Just not the Glorious Battleships. But they did have a Navy. Escorting merchant ships to Europe in smaller frigates and corvettes that were at sea so long in some cases they essentially rusted out.

Russia was very much in the navy fight. Sevastopol, St Petersburg and other locations had waters that ran with blood. One battle featured speerbreachers (Merchant hulls filled with Concrete thick enough to not care about and detonate a water full of german mines to clear the path for saving so many lives under constant artillery and stuka attack. One Russian Destroyer gained immortality for enduring 94 bombings by Stuka trying to get people out crowded on her decks. The 95th attack sunk it.

Latin America was not necessarily important to the war effort for a variety of reasons. There were some German penetration in different ways which was countered by acts something short of war down there. They were not known for a navy capable of waging a two ocean war. Its not there.

I can understand that there is a sense of love for whatever Country or area you are from that includes the peoples down there. Wows has already built paper ships for gaming for example. They can just as easily build ships under the various flags of Latin America with the idea that somehow money was raised and the vessels transferred and then renamed and modified heavily for those waters.

From what I understand Perth was a very good warship, there were others of ACBD time that fought above their weight class in battle and sometimes outright destroyed. But not without doing damage or sinking against the enemy too. Others including some American Cruisers were eliminated from battle by a enemy that saw them first (Turrets fore and aft, not in battle status but sleeping etc) and then managed to sink them in about a minute and half while people ran about to battle stations in a panic.

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16 minutes ago, Admiral_Hippo said:

At least you have one. Canada has zilch! They talk about the Russian navy. Where the hell were they during the war????

Mostly submerged.

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19 minutes ago, Admiral_Hippo said:

At least you have one. Canada has zilch! They talk about the Russian navy. Where the hell were they during the war????

 

Funny, what's this then? 

 

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Haida - Global wiki. Wargaming.net

 

 

9 minutes ago, jr_token said:

 

Haida —A Tribal-class destroyer built for the Royal Canadian Navy. Just sayin 

 

 

The stupid thing is if you don't use the extended tech tree mod the Haida doesn't show up in the Tech tree even if you have her.

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1 hour ago, Charon2018 said:

Mostly submerged.

Ouch. Double strike.

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