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  2. Not to mention you 'need' to armor the front and rear ends of the ship to a high extent, historically these areas had 30mm or so of plating tops for an all-or-nothing ship.
  3. But that's not my problem, nor should it ever be. Client based games>Server based for actual PVP any day of the week. I mean the shells impacted what would appear to be right under the funnels, that ship's engines should've been kaput yet 'muh overpenetration' Silly game for silly children.
  4. One thing I hate about WoWS is that the game doesn't play like ships shooting each other. The best description would be something like "Cardboard cutouts of ships mounted on ice skates shooting technobabble incendiary nukes and overpenetrations at each other" I swear I hit some random American cruiser with 8 or so waterline central hits with Japanese 14 inch AP and it did absolutely nothing to it...
  5. For the love of christ this. 90% of hulls don't have enough room in the 'citadel' for decent weaponry, so you need retarded 12+ inch thick forward/rear belts which no warship in history could afford to have.
  6. This is ignoring some context. Firstly: America was the economic superpower of the entire planet, if you stacked every axis member in the whole war against the US, the US still towers over them like they were insects. Accordingly they could quite literally spare any expense with their weapons while other nations had to make do with what they had, which was often a complete and utter lack of rare metals Secondly: The 16/50 was a brand new, state of the art, and specifically LIGHT WEIGHT weapon designed to fit the barbettes of the Iowa class, which turned out too small for the older 50 cals
  7. All things being equal, superheavies have SHORTER range due to the increased mass resulting in far slower velocities. However you can increase the amount and power of the powder behind said heavier projectile to up the velocity and therefore make a long ranged shell. Superheavies do not allow for higher elevations inherently, that is up to the design of the turret, mountings, and more. Yamato had 45 degrees maximum elevation as well, and her shells were quite typical weight for their size.
  8. Wow a hat! I can do this too! Turns out I was in NASA! Stop lying on the internet, its embarrassing, petty, and ultimately serves no purpose. We're all anonymous nobodies and therefore none of us should start jerking off in front of everybody else. Teenage level physics dictates a ship will not move much at all when firing all of its guns, nuclear tier physics is far beyond that. So again, which are you? A liar? Or a future Chernobyl in the making?
  9. A gold-tier pick. Agincourt, also known as 'the ship which looked like an exploding battlecruiser when it fired all its guns at once'.
  10. Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.
  11. I think it's pretty telling that 90% of changes this game has had over time has been mere number shifts, and not actual mechanical alterations. Like...Why do Citadels not exist yet? RTW1 and 2 have it...Mostly!
  12. It IS monday for half of the planet right now.
  13. 2 weeks from somewhere. Dunno when or where.
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