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Updated list: http://forum.worldofwarships.com/index.php?showtopic=65360

 

These numbers are no longer relevant to 0.5.2 onwards

 

Source: game files

If WG wants me to stop talking about details obtained via the game files, shout at me.

 

The "React"-ion time is approximate and inaccurate at best, I don't know the exact scaling the game uses.
This list contains destroyer torpedoes, plane torpedoes, and cruiser (including Tirpitz's) torpedoes. However for the sake of data condensation, they are not paired with individual ships. Now with 100% more shipnames. This is the base detection range, without the captain skill.

 

           Name             |   Speed   |   Max    | Damage |  Detect  | React  |   Nation   | Ships
----------------------------|-----------|----------|--------|----------|--------|------------|------ - - -
450 mm Type44 mod. 2        |  48.00kts |   8.01km |   6800 |   0.80km |  6.00s | Japan      | Umikaze
53-36                       |  64.00kts |   4.02km |  14400 |   1.50km |  8.44s | U.S.S.R.   | Gnevny
53-36 mod. 2                |  55.00kts |   8.01km |  14400 |   1.30km |  8.51s | U.S.S.R.   | Udaloi, Tashkent
53-38                       |  65.00kts |   4.02km |  14400 |   1.50km |  8.31s | U.S.S.R.   | Gnevny, Ognevoi
53-38U                      |  65.00kts |   4.02km |  17933 |   1.50km |  8.31s | U.S.S.R.   | Kiev, Tashkent
53-39                       |  55.00kts |   8.01km |  14400 |   1.30km |  8.51s | U.S.S.R.   | Gremyashchy, Murmansk
53-39 mod. 1                |  70.00kts |   4.02km |  15100 |   1.70km |  8.74s | U.S.S.R.   | Ognevoi, Kiev
53-39 mod. 2                |  60.00kts |   8.01km |  15100 |   1.40km |  8.40s | U.S.S.R.   | Udaloi
53-39 mod. 3                |  56.00kts |   9.99km |  15100 |   1.30km |  8.36s | U.S.S.R.   | Khabarovsk
533 mm Mk 10                |  57.00kts |   8.01km |  14400 |   1.30km |  8.21s | Poland     | Błyskawica
533 mm Mk15                 |  65.00kts |   5.49km |  11600 |   1.50km |  8.31s | U.S.A.     | Nicholas, Sims, Farragut
533 mm Type44 mod. 2        |  57.00kts |   6.99km |   9066 |   1.30km |  8.21s | Japan      | Tenryu, Wakatake
Bliss Leavitt Mk3           |  48.00kts |   4.50km |   6400 |   1.10km |  8.25s | U.S.A.     | Wickes
Bliss Leavitt Mk7 Type DA   |  35.00kts |   3.06km |   5900 |   1.20km | 12.34s | U.S.A.     | Langley
Bliss Leavitt Mk7 mod. 0    |  54.00kts |   4.50km |   6033 |   0.90km |  6.00s | U.S.A.     | Sampson
Bliss Leavitt Mk7 mod. 5A   |  35.00kts |   3.21km |   8500 |   1.20km | 12.34s | U.S.A.     | Bogue, Independence, Langley, Saipan
Bliss Leavitt Mk9 mod. 1    |  49.00kts |   8.22km |   6233 |   1.20km |  8.82s | U.S.A.     | Marblehead, Marblehead Lima
Bliss Leavitt Mk9 mod. 1b   |  56.00kts |   5.04km |   9900 |   1.30km |  8.36s | U.S.A.     | Clemson, Wickes
ET-46                       |  53.00kts |   6.00km |  19500 |   1.30km |  8.83s | U.S.S.R.   | Khabarovsk
G7                          |  58.00kts |   4.02km |  10433 |   1.20km |  7.45s | Germany    | Karlsruhe
G7a T1                      |  64.00kts |   6.00km |  13700 |   1.50km |  8.44s | Germany    | Nürnberg, Hindenburg, Tirpitz, Admiral Hipper, Roon, Königsberg, Yorck
H8                          |  57.00kts |   6.00km |  11200 |   1.70km | 10.74s | Germany    | Karlsruhe
Mk11                        |  56.00kts |   5.49km |  11733 |   1.30km |  8.36s | U.S.A.     | Nicholas, Clemson, Phoenix, Pensacola 1930, Omaha
Mk12                        |  64.00kts |   6.39km |  11733 |   1.50km |  8.44s | U.S.A.     | Mahan, Buffalo, Benson
Mk13 mod. 0A                |  34.00kts |   3.66km |   9866 |   1.80km | 19.06s | U.S.A.     | Midway, Independence, Essex, Ranger, Lexington, Saipan
Mk14 mod. 3                 |  52.00kts |   8.19km |  14500 |   1.20km |  8.31s | U.S.A.     | Fletcher, Benson
Mk15 mod. 3                 |  65.00kts |   4.50km |  16633 |   1.50km |  8.31s | U.S.A.     | Mahan, Farragut, Atlanta
Mk16 mod. 1                 |  66.00kts |  10.50km |  19033 |   1.60km |  8.73s | U.S.A.     | Fletcher
Mk17                        |  66.00kts |  16.50km |  17900 |   1.60km |  8.73s | U.S.A.     | Gearing
Mk25 mod. 3A                |  40.00kts |   2.31km |  15600 |   2.20km | 19.80s | U.S.A.     | The Phantom Fortress
Mk8 mod. 2B                 |  49.00kts |   9.15km |   8500 |   1.20km |  8.82s | U.S.A.     | Sims
Torpedo Model 1908          |  45.00kts |   3.00km |   6133 |   0.80km |  6.40s | U.S.S.R.   | Storozhevoi
Torpedo Model 1910          |  51.00kts |   3.00km |   6166 |   0.90km |  6.35s | U.S.S.R.   | Derzki, Storozhevoi, Izyaslav
Torpedo Model 1912          |  52.00kts |   5.01km |   7233 |   0.90km |  6.23s | U.S.S.R.   | Izyaslav
Type 6                      |  57.00kts |   6.99km |  10833 |   1.30km |  8.21s | Japan      | Kuma, Isokaze, Wakatake
Type 92                     |  68.00kts |   6.99km |  14400 |   1.60km |  8.47s | Japan      | Fūjin, Isokaze, Minekaze
Type F3                     |  76.00kts |   8.01km |  21366 |   2.40km | 11.37s | Japan      | Zao
Type42 mod. 1               |  44.00kts |   5.01km |   6133 |   0.70km |  5.73s | Japan      | Umikaze, Tachibana, Tachibana Lima
Type8                       |  63.00kts |   6.00km |  14600 |   2.00km | 11.43s | Japan      | Furutaka, Yubari, Mutsuki
Type8 mod. 2                |  59.00kts |   9.99km |  16266 |   1.80km | 10.98s | Japan      | Myoko, Furutaka, Iwaki Alpha, Aoba, Mutsuki, Hatsuharu
Type90 mod. 1               |  62.00kts |   9.99km |  17233 |   1.90km | 11.03s | Japan      | Mogami, Atago, Tone, Ibuki, Myoko, Fubuki, Kitakami, Hatsuharu
Type90 mod. 2               |  57.00kts |  15.00km |  17233 |   1.80km | 11.37s | Japan      | Kagero, Fubuki
Type91 mod. 1A              |  41.00kts |   2.01km |   8566 |   1.40km | 12.29s | Japan      | Taiho, Hosho, Shokaku, Hiryu, Hakuryu, Ryujo, Zuiho
Type93                      |  67.00kts |  20.01km |  20966 |   2.10km | 11.28s | Japan      | Shimakaze, Kagero
Type93 mod. 2               |  67.00kts |   9.99km |  20966 |   2.10km | 11.28s | Japan      | Ibuki
Type93 mod. 3               |  67.00kts |  15.00km |  23766 |   2.10km | 11.28s | Japan      | Shimakaze
Whitehead Mk5               |  49.00kts |   4.50km |   5900 |   0.90km |  6.61s | U.S.A.     | Sampson

 

 

Shell Krupp values.

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Would be easier if you attached ships to the torpedoes, so we don't have to frantically look for which ships use which torpedoes.

 

Also I don't recall a Japanese torpedo that goes 41 knts but still has long lance lvs of damage and reaction time. Edit: nvm. Carrier based?

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Would be easier if you attached ships to the torpedoes, so we don't have to frantically look for which ships use which torpedoes.

 

Also I don't recall a Japanese torpedo that goes 41 knts but still has long lance lvs of damage and reaction time.

 

Type91 mod. 1A is the T6+ IJN plane-based torpedo, Type91 mod. 2A is probably unused.

I'll modify the script and see if I can pair torpedoes up to the ships.

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Would be easier if you attached ships to the torpedoes, so we don't have to frantically look for which ships use which torpedoes.

 

Also I don't recall a Japanese torpedo that goes 41 knts but still has long lance lvs of damage and reaction time. Edit: nvm. Carrier based?

 

You mean you don't have every ship torpedoes memorized?

 

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The damage numbers are very high on this table, 2x to 3x the value in game. :unsure:

 

There is some additional scaling to damage that I haven't figured out yet, and should only be used as reference. 

Probably armor or speed, something abitrary like that.

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Shimakaze's detection range is still too high. People say to launch from closer, but both the 15 and 20km torps are of equal speed, even at 7km away, they're still going to have that same 12s reaction time to respond with when you launch torps. So in effect, I'll say that the detection ranges should be lowered a little bit for the higher tier torpedoes and the aircraft spotting them thing should also be removed.

 

Otherwise, nice chart. Good to see which torpedoes will screw me over, and which ones will troll the guy I am shooting at :trollface:

 

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There is some additional scaling to damage that I haven't figured out yet, and should only be used as reference. 

Probably armor or speed, something abitrary like that.

Might be the max potential damage for one set of tubes, rather than individual torpedoes.

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Might be the max potential damage for one set of tubes, rather than individual torpedoes.

 

Shimakaze's 66,800/5 = 13,360 which is too low. 

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I noticed the Pensacola 1930 in there.  I have seen in the files since CBT. Has it ever been in the game?  Maybe a Salt Lake City premium?

 

For all we know they're planning to give Pensacola a hull upgrade with torpedoes to relieve some of that "so underpowered" pressure

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 If WG wants me to stop talking about details obtained via the game files, shout at me.

 

I wouldn't be too worried.  WG has zero justification for not clearly displaying the detection range in addition to the other specs under the Torpedoes tab in port.  No useful stats such as this have a good reason to remain hidden.

 

Anyway, +1 for going to the trouble of digging this up.  It should be of great use to many of us. :great: 

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I wouldn't be too worried.  WG has zero justification for not clearly displaying the detection range in addition to the other specs under the Torpedoes tab in port.  No useful stats such as this have a good reason to remain hidden.

 

I know some game companies hate it when people extract raw data their game files. There are some other values in the data that I have no clue what they mean or what they're used for, as a result I ignore them until it hits me.

Torpedo range, for example, 15km is in the data as "500", which is why some torpedoes have 9.99 or 20.01 km- I assume it rounds down to the 1st decimal point to make 10km/20km respectively.

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I know some game companies hate it when people extract raw data their game files. There are some other values in the data that I have no clue what they mean or what they're used for, as a result I ignore them until it hits me.

Torpedo range, for example, 15km is in the data as "500", which is why some torpedoes have 9.99 or 20.01 km- I assume it rounds down to the 1st decimal point to make 10km/20km respectively.

 

aaand now I figured out damage.

 

damage / 3 + baseDamage

Updating the list.

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Well this certainly helps explain why I couldn't hit crap with the Mutsucki!

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Well this certainly helps explain why I couldn't hit crap with the Mutsucki!

 

Sub-60kt torpedoes are bad, but very IJN destroyer past at and past Mutsuki has 11 to 12 second reaction time.

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Sub-60kt torpedoes are bad, but very IJN destroyer past at and past Mutsuki has 11 to 12 second reaction time.

 

Yeah I noticed.  I guess then it becomes more about laying down a good spread that is "undodgeable", or hoping you catch someone between rudder shift...

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Yeah I noticed.  I guess then it becomes more about laying down a good spread that is "undodgeable", or hoping you catch someone between rudder shift...

 

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A bit cheeky but since you apparently have a script for torps allready is there any chance you could adjust the script to grab the krupp values for the various shells in game, preferably paired with the ship they go with but i can do that manually if i have to.

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A bit cheeky but since you apparently have a script for torps allready is there any chance you could adjust the script to grab the krupp values for the various shells in game, preferably paired with the ship they go with but i can do that manually if i have to.

 

I donno what half these values mean but...

Aside diameter, these values are the raw unmodified values from the game data.

There is a likely chance the game scales them with a coefficient value, use them as reference only.

 

                 Name                 |   Speed   | Diamm |  Damage  |   Mass   |  Krupp   |   Nation   | Ships
--------------------------------------|-----------|-------|----------|----------|----------|------------|------ - - -
102 mm AP Model 1915                  | 823.00kts | 102mm |     1800 |       18 |     1488 | U.S.S.R.   | Derzki, Storozhevoi, Izyaslav
102 mm AP/SC Mk16                     | 884.00kts | 102mm |     1700 |       15 |     1451 | U.S.A.     | Clemson, Sampson, Wickes
102 mm HE Model 1915                  | 823.00kts | 102mm |     1500 |       18 |        3 | U.S.S.R.   | Derzki, Storozhevoi, Izyaslav
102 mm HE/HC Mk15                     | 884.00kts | 102mm |     1500 |       15 |        3 | U.S.A.     | Clemson, Sampson, Wickes
105 mm AP P.S.Gr. L/3.8               | 715.00kts | 105mm |     2300 |       18 |     1255 | Germany    | Kolberg
105 mm AP SAP Pz.Gr.                  | 710.00kts | 105mm |     2300 |       17 |     1450 | Germany    | Dresden
105 mm HE Spr.Gr. L/3.85              | 710.00kts | 105mm |     1200 |       18 |        3 | Germany    | Dresden
105 mm HE Spr.Gr. L/3.89              | 715.00kts | 105mm |     1200 |       18 |        3 | Germany    | Kolberg
120 mm AP                             | 900.00kts | 120mm |     2200 |       24 |     1721 | Poland     | Błyskawica
120 mm AP Type0                       | 825.00kts | 120mm |     2000 |       20 |     1750 | Japan      | Fūjin, Minekaze, Wakatake, Mutsuki
120 mm AP Type0                       | 825.00kts | 120mm |     2000 |       20 |     1750 | Japan      | Hashidate
120 mm APC                            | 660.00kts | 120mm |     1800 |       20 |     1750 | Japan      | Umikaze, Isokaze
120 mm HE                             | 900.00kts | 120mm |     1700 |       24 |       32 | Poland     | Błyskawica
120 mm HE Mk3                         | 660.00kts | 120mm |     2000 |       20 |      480 | Japan      | Umikaze, Isokaze
120 mm HE Type1                       | 825.00kts | 120mm |     2000 |       20 |      480 | Japan      | Fūjin, Minekaze, Wakatake, Mutsuki
120 mm HE Type1                       | 825.00kts | 120mm |     2100 |       20 |      480 | Japan      | Hashidate
127 mm AP                             | 914.00kts | 127mm |     2100 |       23 |     1350 | U.S.A.     | Chester
127 mm AP Mk15                        | 960.00kts | 127mm |     2200 |       23 |     1400 | U.S.A.     | Erie
127 mm AP Mk15                        | 960.00kts | 127mm |     2200 |       23 |     1400 | U.S.A.     | Nicholas
127 mm AP Type0                       | 915.00kts | 127mm |     2200 |       23 |     2266 | Japan      | Shimakaze, Kagero, Fubuki, Hatsuharu
127 mm AP/SC Mk38                     | 792.00kts | 127mm |     2100 |       25 |     2598 | U.S.A.     | Mahan, Nicholas, Fletcher, Gearing, Sims, Benson, Farragut, Atlanta
127 mm HE Mk15                        | 914.00kts | 127mm |     1800 |       23 |      475 | U.S.A.     | Chester
127 mm HE Mk32                        | 792.00kts | 127mm |     1800 |       24 |     1350 | U.S.A.     | Mahan, Nicholas, Fletcher, Gearing, Sims, Benson, Farragut, Atlanta
127 mm HE Type1                       | 915.00kts | 127mm |     2100 |       23 |      450 | Japan      | Shimakaze, Kagero, Fubuki, Hatsuharu
127 mm HE/HC Mk39                     | 960.00kts | 127mm |     1800 |       23 |      475 | U.S.A.     | Erie
127 mm HE/HC Mk39                     | 960.00kts | 127mm |     1800 |       23 |      475 | U.S.A.     | Nicholas
128 mm AP P.S.Gr. L/4.5               | 900.00kts | 128mm |     3000 |       26 |     1736 | Germany    | Hermelin
128 mm HE Spr.Gr. L/4.5               | 900.00kts | 128mm |     1500 |       26 |        1 | Germany    | Hermelin
140 mm Capped Common Shell            | 850.00kts | 140mm |     2700 |       38 |     1794 | Japan      | Tenryu, Kuma, Iwaki Alpha, Yubari, Kitakami
140 mm HE Type0                       | 850.00kts | 140mm |     2400 |       38 |      360 | Japan      | Tenryu, Kuma, Iwaki Alpha, Yubari, Kitakami
150 mm AP Psgr. L/3.7                 | 835.00kts | 150mm |     3700 |       45 |     1320 | Germany    | Karlsruhe
150 mm AP Psgr. L/3.7                 | 960.00kts | 150mm |     3900 |       46 |     1862 | Germany    | Nürnberg, Königsberg
150 mm HE Spgr. L/4.4 Kz. (m.Hb)      | 960.00kts | 150mm |     1700 |       46 |       32 | Germany    | Nürnberg, Königsberg
150 mm HE Spr.gr. L/4.1 Bdz.          | 835.00kts | 150mm |     1700 |       45 |        1 | Germany    | Karlsruhe
152 mm AP 105 lb                      | 853.00kts | 152mm |     3000 |       48 |     1830 | U.S.A.     | Phoenix, St. Louis, Chester, Albany
152 mm AP 130 lb Mk35                 | 762.00kts | 152mm |     3200 |       59 |     2692 | U.S.A.     | Worcester
152 mm AP 91 lb                       | 792.50kts | 152mm |     2700 |       41 |     1445 | U.S.S.R.   | Diana, Aurora, Diana Lima
152 mm AP Mk28                        | 853.00kts | 152mm |     3000 |       48 |     2250 | U.S.A.     | Erie
152 mm AP Mk35                        | 762.00kts | 152mm |     3200 |       59 |     2445 | U.S.A.     | Cleveland
152 mm AP Type4                       | 825.00kts | 152mm |     2900 |       45 |     1450 | Japan      | Chikuma
152 mm AP/SC Mk27 mod. 5              | 914.00kts | 152mm |     3100 |       48 |     1772 | U.S.A.     | Phoenix, Marblehead, Marblehead Lima, Omaha
152 mm AP/SC Mk27 mod. 8              | 914.00kts | 152mm |     3100 |       48 |     2692 | U.S.S.R.   | Murmansk
152 mm HE 105 lb                      | 853.00kts | 152mm |     2100 |       48 |     1150 | U.S.A.     | Phoenix, St. Louis, Chester, Albany
152 mm HE 109 lb                      | 753.00kts | 152mm |     2100 |       50 |      166 | U.S.S.R.   | Diana, Aurora, Diana Lima
152 mm HE Mk39                        | 812.00kts | 152mm |     2200 |       48 |     1150 | U.S.A.     | Worcester
152 mm HE Type4                       | 825.00kts | 152mm |     2600 |       45 |      320 | Japan      | Chikuma
152 mm HE/HC Mk34                     | 812.00kts | 152mm |     2200 |       48 |      320 | U.S.A.     | Cleveland
152 mm HE/HC Mk34                     | 853.00kts | 152mm |     2200 |       48 |      320 | U.S.A.     | Erie
152 mm HE/HC Mk34 mod. 1              | 914.00kts | 152mm |     2200 |       48 |      350 | U.S.A.     | Phoenix, Murmansk, Marblehead, Marblehead Lima, Omaha
155 mm AP/APC Type91                  | 925.00kts | 155mm |     3300 |       56 |     2429 | Japan      | Mogami
155 mm HE Type0                       | 925.00kts | 155mm |     2600 |       56 |      300 | Japan      | Mogami
200 mm AP Type5                       | 870.00kts | 200mm |     4500 |      110 |     2377 | Japan      | Furutaka
200 mm HE Common Type4                | 870.00kts | 200mm |     3300 |      110 |       85 | Japan      | Furutaka
203 mm AP 260 lb                      | 792.00kts | 203mm |     4500 |      118 |     2846 | U.S.A.     | Pensacola 1930, Pensacola
203 mm AP Mk19                        | 853.00kts | 203mm |     4600 |      118 |     2846 | U.S.A.     | Baltimore, New Orleans, Pensacola
203 mm AP Mk21                        | 762.00kts | 203mm |     5000 |      152 |     2919 | U.S.A.     | Buffalo, Des Moines, Baltimore, The Salem Witch
203 mm AP Pz. Spr. Ggr. L/4.4         | 925.00kts | 203mm |     5900 |      122 |     2409 | Germany    | Hindenburg, Admiral Hipper, Roon
203 mm AP Type91                      | 840.00kts | 203mm |     4700 |      126 |     2468 | Japan      | Mogami, Atago, Tone, Ibuki, Myoko, Furutaka, Aoba
203 mm AP Type92                      | 920.00kts | 203mm |     5400 |      155 |     2468 | Japan      | Zao
203 mm HE 260 lb                      | 792.00kts | 203mm |     2800 |      118 |      630 | U.S.A.     | Pensacola 1930, Pensacola
203 mm HE Spr.gr. L/4.7 Bdz. (m.Hb)   | 925.00kts | 203mm |     2300 |      122 |       32 | Germany    | Hindenburg, Admiral Hipper, Roon
203 mm HE Type0                       | 840.00kts | 203mm |     3300 |      126 |      560 | Japan      | Mogami, Atago, Tone, Ibuki, Myoko, Furutaka, Aoba
203 mm HE Type1                       | 920.00kts | 203mm |     3400 |      155 |      560 | Japan      | Zao
203 mm HE/HC Mk25                     | 823.00kts | 203mm |     2800 |      118 |      630 | U.S.A.     | Buffalo, Des Moines, Baltimore, The Salem Witch, New Orleans, Pensacola
210 mm AP Psgr. L/3.1                 | 900.00kts | 210mm |     5500 |      108 |     2545 | Germany    | Yorck
210 mm HE Spr.gr. L/4.3 Bdz.          | 900.00kts | 210mm |     2900 |      114 |        1 | Germany    | Yorck
305 mm AP                             | 823.00kts | 305mm |     8100 |      395 |     2408 | U.S.A.     | South Carolina
305 mm AP 850 lb                      | 732.00kts | 305mm |     7700 |      386 |     1373 | Japan      | Mikasa
305 mm AP 870 lb                      | 884.00kts | 305mm |     8300 |      395 |     2226 | U.S.A.     | Wyoming, Arkansas Beta
305 mm AP Mk15 mod. 1                 | 884.00kts | 305mm |     8300 |      395 |     2523 | U.S.A.     | Wyoming
305 mm AP Mk6                         | 831.00kts | 305mm |     8000 |      386 |     2327 | Japan      | Ishizuchi
305 mm AP Model 1911                  | 762.00kts | 305mm |     8600 |      471 |     2627 | U.S.S.R.   | Imperator Nikolai I
305 mm AP/APC Type41year              | 810.00kts | 305mm |     7900 |      386 |     1924 | Japan      | Kawachi
305 mm AP/APC Type41year              | 869.00kts | 305mm |     8100 |      386 |     2028 | Japan      | Kawachi
305 mm HE                             | 810.00kts | 305mm |     5100 |      386 |        1 | Japan      | Kawachi
305 mm HE                             | 823.00kts | 305mm |     4100 |      395 |      450 | U.S.A.     | South Carolina
305 mm HE                             | 869.00kts | 305mm |     5100 |      386 |        1 | Japan      | Kawachi
305 mm HE 850 lb                      | 732.00kts | 305mm |     5100 |      386 |        1 | Japan      | Mikasa
305 mm HE Common 870 lb               | 884.00kts | 305mm |     4200 |      395 |        1 | U.S.A.     | Wyoming, Arkansas Beta
305 mm HE Mk2a                        | 831.00kts | 305mm |     5200 |      386 |       45 | Japan      | Ishizuchi
305 mm HE Model 1911                  | 762.00kts | 305mm |     4500 |      471 |        1 | U.S.S.R.   | Imperator Nikolai I
305 mm HE/HC Mk8                      | 914.00kts | 305mm |     4200 |      336 |       38 | U.S.A.     | Wyoming
356 mm AP Early 1400 lb               | 792.00kts | 356mm |    10000 |      635 |     1603 | U.S.A.     | New York
356 mm AP Early 1400 lb               | 853.00kts | 356mm |    10200 |      635 |     1776 | U.S.A.     | New Mexico
356 mm AP Mk16                        | 792.00kts | 356mm |    10300 |      680 |     2604 | U.S.A.     | New York
356 mm AP Mk16                        | 823.00kts | 356mm |    10500 |      680 |     2545 | U.S.A.     | New Mexico
356 mm AP Type5                       | 790.00kts | 356mm |    10000 |      636 |     2300 | Japan      | Kongo, Myogi
356 mm AP Type91                      | 775.00kts | 356mm |    10200 |      674 |     2657 | Japan      | Kongo, Fuso
356 mm HE 1400 lb                     | 792.00kts | 356mm |     4900 |      635 |      385 | U.S.A.     | New York
356 mm HE Common 1400 lb              | 853.00kts | 356mm |     4900 |      635 |       38 | U.S.A.     | New Mexico
356 mm HE Type0                       | 805.00kts | 356mm |     5700 |      625 |      385 | Japan      | Kongo, Myogi, Fuso
356 mm HE/HC Mk22                     | 834.00kts | 356mm |     5000 |      578 |      395 | U.S.A.     | New York
356 mm HE/HC Mk22                     | 861.00kts | 356mm |     5000 |      578 |      395 | U.S.A.     | New Mexico
380 mm AP P.S.Gr. L/4.4               | 820.00kts | 380mm |    11600 |      800 |     2450 | Germany    | Tirpitz, Bismarck
380 mm HE Spr.Gr. L/4.6               | 820.00kts | 381mm |     4400 |      800 |       32 | Germany    | Tirpitz, Bismarck
381 mm AP Mk22b                       | 732.00kts | 381mm |    11400 |      879 |     2330 | U.K.       | Warspite
381 mm HE Mk8b                        | 732.00kts | 381mm |     5300 |      879 |       40 | U.K.       | Warspite
406 mm AP Mk3                         | 792.00kts | 406mm |    12200 |      957 |     2467 | U.S.A.     | Colorado
406 mm AP Mk5                         | 768.00kts | 406mm |    12400 |     1016 |     2636 | U.S.A.     | Colorado
406 mm AP Mk8                         | 701.00kts | 406mm |    13100 |     1225 |     2598 | U.S.A.     | North Carolina
406 mm AP Mk8                         | 762.00kts | 406mm |    13500 |     1225 |     2520 | U.S.A.     | Iowa, Montana
406 mm HE Mk2                         | 792.00kts | 406mm |     5600 |      957 |      250 | U.S.A.     | Colorado
406 mm HE/HC Mk13                     | 803.00kts | 406mm |     5700 |      862 |      250 | U.S.A.     | Colorado
406 mm HE/HC Mk13                     | 820.00kts | 406mm |     5700 |      862 |      250 | U.S.A.     | North Carolina, Iowa, Montana
410 mm AP Type90                      | 819.00kts | 410mm |    12100 |     1460 |     1440 | Japan      | Izumo
410 mm AP/APC Type88                  | 790.00kts | 410mm |    12400 |     1000 |     2200 | Japan      | Amagi, Nagato
410 mm AP/APC Type91                  | 806.00kts | 410mm |    12600 |     1020 |     2711 | Japan      | Amagi, Nagato
410 mm AP/APC Type91                  | 870.00kts | 410mm |    12900 |     1020 |     2711 | Japan      | Izumo
410 mm HE Type0                       | 805.00kts | 410mm |     6500 |      938 |        3 | Japan      | Amagi, Nagato
410 mm HE Type0                       | 869.00kts | 410mm |     6500 |      938 |        3 | Japan      | Izumo
460 mm AP/APC Type91                  | 780.00kts | 460mm |    14800 |     1460 |     2574 | Japan      | Yamato
460 mm HE Type0                       | 805.00kts | 460mm |     7300 |     1360 |      240 | Japan      | Yamato
76 mm AP Type0                        | 690.00kts |  76mm |     1000 |        6 |     2150 | Japan      | Tachibana, Tachibana Lima
76 mm HE Mk2                          | 680.00kts |  76mm |     1300 |        6 |     1000 | Japan      | Tachibana, Tachibana Lima
HE-46                                 | 870.00kts | 130mm |     1600 |       33 |       52 | U.S.S.R.   | Orlan
HE-46                                 | 870.00kts | 130mm |     1900 |       33 |       52 | U.S.S.R.   | Gnevny, Gremyashchy, Ognevoi, Udaloi, Kiev, Tashkent
HE-46                                 | 900.00kts | 130mm |     1600 |       33 |       52 | U.S.S.R.   | Khabarovsk, Udaloi
SAP-46                                | 870.00kts | 130mm |     2500 |       34 |     1700 | U.S.S.R.   | Gnevny, Gremyashchy, Ognevoi, Udaloi, Kiev, Tashkent
SAP-46                                | 870.00kts | 130mm |     2500 |       34 |     1700 | U.S.S.R.   | Orlan
SAP-46                                | 900.00kts | 130mm |     2600 |       34 |     1720 | U.S.S.R.   | Khabarovsk, Udaloi

 

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whats the range for the Tirpitz, even with the advance firing module and   detection perk i still get nailed with enough warning  at  say "stone the crows"  yeah right  lol

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whats the range for the Tirpitz, even with the advance firing module and   detection perk i still get nailed with enough warning  at  say "stone the crows"  yeah right  lol

 

Torpedo range is 6km, detection range is 1.5km, 1.8km with the detection perk.
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It looks like they buffed the krupp values pretty significantly for some of the german cruisers as well as the AP damage.  I know last time I looked the Krupp for the nurnberg and konigsbergs AP was pretty low.  Still not as high as the Cleveland, but with the shell arc difference its still easier to pen with at range.

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