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Niceguy30 #81 Posted 20 December 2016 - 07:59 PM

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US cv is becoming usless same amount of scuadrons on T9 and T10. In T10 battle you cant to crap, BBs and Cruisers have wery good AA.

TeeKay_ #82 Posted 08 April 2017 - 10:02 PM

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mihaikatona #83 Posted 21 April 2017 - 09:22 AM

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Nice. They are same for USS or Japs?

kaelyemeth #84 Posted 22 April 2017 - 10:24 AM

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Hey guys,

 

Just started the CV lines and invested some dubloons in a Saipan. Tried to find all the basic info needed to get started and while I can do most of the stuff in my Langley, Hosho, Zuiho and Saipan, I can only use Fighter-strafing on the Saipan. Is this ability only available at higher tiers? If so, can you let me know starting at which tier(6 or 7, because I already have a T5 CV and I cannot strafe to save my life regardless of how much I press ALT)? I'm asking because I rather grind the Free XP with Saipan and skip T5 and T6 because I honestly find strafing as a very important ability for fighter gameplay, especially when you have crap Fighters(cough-cough Zuiho).

 

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