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  1. Captain_793

    Make up of opposing fleets

    1. The one thing that annoys me with WOWS battles are that opposing fleets are always the same with regards to type and number of vessels. Could they not use a points system . Associate a value for each ship type, such as 1 for DD & Sub, 2 for CL , 3 for CA, 4 for BB & CV Mulitiply this by the level of the ship (I to X) to create a ship point value.. Then generate two opposing fleets with a nearly matching total points This could generate more interesting battles such as 4 x DD against 1 BB. 2. WOWS have done an excellent job on the design and play of subs and their interaction with destroyers and cruisers in the game. However I don't think subs would have normally been used as part of a fleet attacking another fleet. They sailed alone or came together as a wolf pack attacking single warships/merchant ships. The most suitable scenario for them would be in attacking a convoy of merchant ships. Using my suggested points system above, you could create two fleets. One of subs and the other of the other type of ships defending merchant ships in convoy.
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    British Tokens

    Same here. Need 15 tokens for Devonshire. Funny how a ship eventually comes up in the next bundle when the system knows you have no hope of getting it!!
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    Spotting System Range

    I think the ship spotting in WOW is unrealistic. If an enemy ship is spotted by an allied ship, plane or radar then all the allied vessels are able to fire directly at the enemy. Surely only allies in visible range should be able to see the enemy on the main screen. All other allies should have the enemy vessel appear on their maps only. They can then decide to move towards or away or fire at the enemy using the map only. At the moment if a DD gets pinged by one ship using radar, loads of ships suddenly fire directly at it, even if they would not normally be able to see it.