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    Return of the Fleet of Fog: Last Chance!

    Yukikaze was the other one, only appears in the manga like Vampire.
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    Favorite shipgirl (Kancolle,Azur lane, Arpeggio of blue steel,Haifuri)

    Oh, how forgetful of me. Double Haifuri birthday yesterday, Mei Irizaki and Tsugumi Yagi!
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    [BLUMR] Blue Mermaids & [HAIFU] Recruiting new members!

    Haifuri bump on the day the film gets released!
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    British heavy cruisers

    Pure gold
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    There will never be a BB with bigger guns then Yamato...

    Save that for HMS Incomparable
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    The new Brit cruisers.......

    This. At least for the first 8" gun they should get, if Exeter is anything to go by the shell arcs are rather comfortable to use. And from the very few clips I've seen of the T10, the ballistics look somewhat similar to Henri's: not these "railguns" we see on mystical made-up guns (which would have like a barrel life of 100 rounds or less, but anyway), but certainly not as high-arching like Des Moines, Worcester and so on. I'm interested to try them out, and like Verblonde said, British so it'd be rude not to
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    Offtopical Disco

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    Favorite shipgirl (Kancolle,Azur lane, Arpeggio of blue steel,Haifuri)

    Can never have too much J-class. Hope everyone's having a lovely Christmas, take care and enjoy yourselves!
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    Favorite shipgirl (Kancolle,Azur lane, Arpeggio of blue steel,Haifuri)

    That fan service was sad, maybe they were trying to win back some viewers Other than that, it seems... okay. Saying that, Kancolle anime was alright to me too, so take it with a pinch of salt.
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    German battleship SMS Scharnhorst found off Falkland Islands

    It seems that to some, the terms "warship" and "battleship" are used interchangeably. Battles being part of a war, it's all fighting etc. But like you say, "Battleship" sticks out more than "Armoured Cruiser". I would assume it's mainly a mix-up between SMS Scharnhorst and her WWII namesake, but I've seen battleship misused before this way.