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  1. Didnt the admin say somewhere last year they want to integrate a mechanic that allows national clans to take ports of "unwanted" clans in the same nation somehow? What happened to that?
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  3. I dont think this timeframe was choosen by accident, as it represents exactly 100 years of the golden age of sail
  4. I also dont have any problems getting the permits i want. I i guess the "trick" is to play in team with others, do missions together and share rewards so everybody gets what he wants
  5. Related: Would also be nice if the "Frigate" gets its proper name in cyrillic thats written on the back of it
  6. The only effect realistic limitations on ammunition would have that i can see, is that raiders would get faster the longer they fight due to expendet ammo, but they would not run out of it ;D
  7. Here they fought for 4 Days, ammo is not mentioned once, so it probably was not a problem for them to fight for that long without running out of ammunition: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Days'_Battle In this icident brought to my attention by Liq, two frigates fought eachother for 14 hours straight, until the danish frigate ran out of ammunition: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Tordenskjold also not a problem for us, or do you know of anyone who spends 14 hours in battle without docking inbetween?
  8. 7 of those ships you named i sail on a regular base and successfull aswell
  9. There are plenty of suggestion of ships that do fit into this timeframe, and all of them have my support
  10. The current timeframe is 1715(Ingermanland) to 1814 (Hercules) right? Dont you think there are enough awesome ships in this timeframe so we dont need to consider far more modern vessels that would require to get nurfed af to make them work?
  11. Yeah, and there where also wooden sailing ships layed down and build during the steam age, using modern fabrication methods like industrialy forged iron knees, machine planed planks, iron masts and steel cables for rigging
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