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Hello Devs! I did see this kind of map/video ages ago and i was wondering if the same can be done with Naval Action, like on a monthly base indicating all the sinking taking place in the Caribbean. ***** "A Time-Lapse Map of Every Nuclear Explosion Since 1945 - by Isao Hashimoto" *****
Red Banner Fleet [REDS] Russian Empire (War Server) For the Great and Glorious Mother Russia! The Red Banner Fleet [REDS] has been chartered by our beloved Tsar Alexander the Blessed to pursue conquest in the Caribbean. Captains taking up arms in our Company are offered steady pay and commission aboard some of the many freshly build vessels already fitted and prepared for the Caribbean Campaign. To join us you must hoist the St. Andrew’s Cross (or plan to do so), you must have Teamspeak, and you should understand English. Find us on our Teamspeak, fleet.red, for an interview with one of our Officers. Server: War Server / PvP Nation: Russian Empire Teamspeak: fleet.red REDS is the merger of clans PLANB, CHAOS/KINGS & RDNN/LEGO. For our freedom and yours! The Russians are coming!
Hi all, I have a question and am graving for an answer. Not sure how to put this, but as far as i remember from my historybrain, the Russians never had a single port in the caribbean. (in this time period, if you consider cuba part of russia in the cold war) Why is this nation in the game at all? If they want to make a historically accurate game, this nation has to leave.. Grtz, Admiraal Smit Edit 1: why don't the dutch have more ships of their nation? They weren't a nation that you can wave away or something... And they had some decent ships as well!
So you can't navigate? People whine and complain about not having a position indicator on the map. The in-game map is far more accurate than what was available at the time. Checking the map and comparing it to your visual surroundings, compass, and ship heading is not that complicated. You think it's tough without an indicator? Well, I dare anyone to use this authentic map to navigate. This is what the maps of the time were like when there was no aerial photography, radar, satellite imaging, or gps. Link to full size map here: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/42/1696_Danckerts_Map_of_Florida%2C_the_West_Indies%2C_and_the_Caribbean_-_Geographicus_-_WestIndies-dankerts-1696.jpg