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Lord Markus

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  1. I completely agree that the USS Pennsylvania does not have an impressive record, there is barely a record of her at all. I also noticed you mentioned the Santissima Trinidad and Wiki and I would like to share a few things about the Santi. (I am in no way trying to compare the two ships just trying to explain why I think USS Penn would be a nice addition to a game) please forgive me if you are already familiar with this history. "In 1797, she was the flagship of Teniente General José de Córdoba y Ramos, the Spanish commander, at Battle of Cape St Vincent on 14 February 1797, where she wa
  2. The USS Pennsylvania was built during the great age of sail before ironclads and steam power came around and it is my understanding that she was made of wood with copper sheathing on her hull which was common practice during the age of sail for some time and personally I don't think it would be a bad idea to include her when the alternative is adding in generic ships that never existed which has happened quite often in games over the years.
  3. Would be nice to see the USS Pennsylvania in game. Laid down in 1837, It was the largest sailing warship ever built for the United States, she had three complete gun decks and a flush spar-deck and her hull was pierced for 138 guns.
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