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TheShield966

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  1. The system should be: battleship beats the cruiser, cruiser beats the destroyer, destroyer beats the battleship, aircraft carrier beats all and can be beaten by all Instead the system is: battleship equals the cruiser, cruiser equals the battleship and beats the destroyer (thanks to its pyrophoric projectiles), destroyer beats the battleship, aircraft carrier beats all and can be beaten by all The only disadvantaged ship is the battleship, because it has no real advantage on any ship.
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    RNG on Torpedo Dammage

    This is because the Japanese are more powerful torpedoes and pierce the torpedo belt causing more damage.
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    Should there be a "blank" (ie. no islands) map in WOWS?

    Like in reality
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    Torpedo damage and buoyancy bar

    It's not like you say because the torpedoes damaging the ship only if they exceed the armored belt, and Musashi was not damaged by torpedoes but only suffered flooding, and flooding and hit points are to be separate things as in reality, then a ship should sink because of torpedoes only if the buoyancy bar goes down.
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    Torpedo damage and buoyancy bar

    Long ago spoke of putting the buoyancy bar and where is it? As the torpedoes should not cause damage to the ship (except when exceeding the armored belt), but cause flooding affecting the buoyancy bar and above the damage control kit should have only one use. EDIT And you should have the ability to pump water out of the ship.
  6. 1 ) The bullets from 460 mm Type 91 APC 1460 kg piercing of the Yamato class had an explosive charge double the 406 mm mk 7 1225 kg piercing of the Montana class (type 91 33,85 kg 18,55 kg 7 mk vs HE HE) . 2 ) The bullets from 460 mm type 0 common HE 1360 kg of explosives Yamato class were slightly less powerful than the 406 mm mk mk 7 HC 13 862 kg class Montana ( 0 common type HE 61,7 kg vs HC mk 13 69,67 kg HE) 3 ) The United States did not have proximity fuses in the 40 mm Bofors because the proximity fuze was not included in the 40-millimeter bullets and 't have had only 127 mm projectiles , and not before 1944 . The Japanese did not have the proximity fuze during the war and used the time fuse . 4) The Yamato class had a radar that revealed a battleship up to 51 miles and a field of view of about 45 km, all thanks to the ' high tower height (45 m). While the radar of the Montana class had a maximum range of 41 km in spite of the radar was 5 times more potent ( 10 kw Yamato vs montana 50 kw) and the visual field was about 35 km away. 5 ) The surface layer of 75 mm in the main belt , in the towers and in the tower of the Yamato class was composed of an alloy of nickel -chromium-molybdenum which improved the likelihood of rebound of incoming projectiles and avoided the breaking of armour main improving the resistance of 15 % to all types of projectiles . The Yamato class was the ' only class of ships that had this armor while all other ships in the world possessed the common homogeneous rolled steel ( RHA ) with no surface layer. I will try other details about these elements and you will communicate them periodically.
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    YAMATO fire control system

    I also intend to provide other information about little known to the Yamato class.
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    YAMATO fire control system

    It seems that the Yamato class had a better fire control system than the American ships compared to how everyone said, and a greater range of radar and visual, so I'll show you 2 videos: 1) 2)
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