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About zFireWyvern

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  1. zFireWyvern

    Poll: Unofficial Most Anticipated Ship by this Forum

    Agreed, the Queen Elizabeths in their WWI form were fantastic looking warships. I'll extend that disappointment to Iron Duke too where she got a fictional refit for no good reason whatsoever.
  2. zFireWyvern

    Royal Navy is being discriminated against by WG

    That must be some powerful stuff you're smoking if you think Agincourt is suitable for tier VI.
  3. zFireWyvern

    [] Wyvern's Historical Skin Workshop

    Update 17/10/19: All mods updated for update, any problems let me know
  4. zFireWyvern

    Suggestion for New T9 UK Supercruiser: HMS Incomparable (1937)

    Dreadnought was laid down on the 2nd October 1905. South Carolina was laid down on the 18th December 1906. Dreadnought was a fully commissioned warship before South Carolina had her keel laid, let alone touch the water. It could be argued in relation to initial design that Satsuma was the first dreadnought to be laid down however even though she was initially planned to carry a uniform main battery she was redesigned to have a mixed battery and therefore was a semi-dreadnought rather than a full dreadnought battleship.
  5. zFireWyvern

    The Mighty Hood

    Mostly cost, preserving warships as museums is enormously expensive and coming out of WWII Britain was not in a state where this would be particularly viable, especially when the warships have some more immediate value in scrap - a sad way to look at vessels that had served their country well but that's how it was seen unfortunately. In addition to that a lot of the potential museum ships (Warspite in particular) were in pretty rough shape by the end of the war and getting them into a state where they could be preserved would have been an enormous physical and economic effort. It's important to remember an enormous sum of money was owed to other countries by the end of the War, particularly the USA.
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  7. zFireWyvern

    [] Wyvern's Historical Skin Workshop

    No problem, just remember that with this mod you'll no longer be able to see ingame camouflages, even when they're applied but you'll still get the bonus for using them
  8. zFireWyvern

    [] Wyvern's Historical Skin Workshop

    Are you using the camouflage hiding mod which is available in Aslain's modpack? If not then try installing that mod and see if it fixes the problem for you. If it persists let me know and I'll have a look.
  9. zFireWyvern

    Bellerophon question - request

    Maybe if you looked in the appropriate section of the forums you'd find some more mods - https://forum.worldofwarships.eu/forum/493-mod-section/
  10. It's footage of the full scale mockup of Nagato that was created for Tora! Tora! Tora! I believe.
  11. Bless you WG for adding Devonshire, you have made me very happy indeed
  12. There were a series of design studies in the 30s and 40s for Heavy Cruisers with both 8" and 9.2" main batteries which could populate the upper tiers.
  13. zFireWyvern

    Union Jack is back!

    Looks very much like London on top and Hawkins below so RN CA split here we come I guess, hopefully some of the larger designs with the 9.2" main battery will make an appearance.
  14. zFireWyvern

    [] Wyvern's Historical Skin Workshop

    Update 17/09/19: All mods updated for update, any problems let me know
  15. zFireWyvern

    Ships that we want.

    My only thought is that the picture is of HMS Barham, not Royal Sovereign. Though I would very much like to see Royal Sovereign in the game. Also, ༼ つ ◕_◕ ༽つ Gib Agincourt pls