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  1. ImperialAdmiral

    Soviet cruisers recon planes.

    Can anyone tell me what are the names of planes that Shchors and Chapayev have? I've never seen such before and I can't find any info about those two. Are those some rare prototypes or devs just allowed their imagination run wild while designing them?
  2. ImperialAdmiral

    Tier X Soviet Destroyer Grozovoi

    Disscusion thread about the new tier X Soviet destroyer Grozovoi that is the part of the second Soviet DD branch. Stats: Ship HP: 20900 Armour: 16-25 mm Max Speed: 39.5 knots Rudder Shift Time: 4.5 seconds Turning Circle Radius: 720 m Surface Detectability: 8.8 km Air Detectability: 4.8 km Main Battery 130mm/58 SM-2-1(3 x 2) Range: 10.3 km Reload Time: 5 seconds Turret Rotation Speed: 10 sec/180° Sigma: 2.0 HE Ammo: 130mm HE-42 Damage: 1800 Initial velocity: 950m/s Chance of fire: 8% AP Ammo: 130mm AP-42 Damage: 2600 Initial velocity: 950m/s Penetration(5km/10km):150mm/91mm Torpedoes 533mm 53-49M(2 x 5) Damage: 14600 Speed: 66 knots Range: 8 km Reload: 129 seconds Detectability: 1.4 km 533mm 53-49MI (2 x 5) Damage: 14600 Speed: 65 knots Range: 10 km Reload: 129 seconds Detectability: 1.3km AA 130mm/58 SM-2-1(3 x 2) 5.2km range, 84 damage 45mm SM-20 ZIF (4 x 4) 3.5km range, 82 damage 25mm 4M-120 (2 x 4) 3.1km range, 17 damage Consumables Damage Control Party on first slot, Smoke Screen on second slot, Engine Boost/Defensive AA Fire on third slot Preview stats based on The Border Patrol Site and info from tests.
  3. Hier mal eine grobe Idee der Sovietischen BBs
  4. mininghdyt

    New Soviet Branch

    So, i have The Ognevoi right now and i wanted to know what happens after the update because it gets tier 9?!
  5. I've used Kurbain's excellent guide to make a shortlist of possible Captain's skills for my Budyonny Captain. I also want to use this captain in the premium ships "Murmansk" and "Molotov" (and maybe in "Kutuzov" - but not sure about that) I feel that I want these skills for sure: Level 1 "Priority Target" Level 2 "Adrenaline Rush" Level 3 "Demo Expert" Level 4 "Inertia Fuse for HE" and "Concealment Expert" This leaves 5 points to allocate. A couple of possibilities that I thought about: a) Take "Advanced Firing Training" PROS: I am terrified of carriers and this boosts AA range to 6km in "Budyonny" (and possibly "Kutuzov") CONS: Doesn't help AA much in other ships. Have to take a low-value 1 pt skill. (Sorry but the only one that I rate for mid-tier cruisers is "Priority Target" ) b) Take "Vigilance" PROS: Russian cruisers are not very agile, and this is a very useful skill. CONS: Leaves a problem of two points to spend. Never felt the need for "Expert Marksman" or "Last Stand" on the Soviets, and the other skills look even more "meh" Enough of my mad ramblings. What do you think is the best way to use up the remaining 5 points?
  6. Basierend auf dieser Aussage hab ich mal ein paar Kandidaten zusammen gestellt. Standart Premium Tier 5
  7. Gardar7

    Destroyer lines

    I've just started Soviet and Japanese destroyer lines, I'm at tier 4 with both, but Japs already feel as an underdog against every nation. Will they be better later or it isn't worth the effort to go forward on the tree? I'm sure that Soviets will be good later also, as this is a WG game, so the question is only about the Japenese destroyers. Anyway, this is ridiculous, that the Japanese suck like baboons against the Soviet/Russian ships. (Russo-Japanese war???) Maybe this is not true, I'm just feeling like this at the moment. Don't misunderstand me, my favourite warmachines were always Soviet and Japanese ones, but still, it is tiring that Japs are the worst in WoT, and in War Thunder also. At least it is challenging....
  8. Like other navies the Soviets too used some sort of system to designate the various ship classes, sub classes, proposals, designs and refits. But the numbaring isn't consistent with the years the particular ship designed as someone would think. There are numbers which designate ships for later years while other for earlier years. And to add to the confusion the Civilan ships used the same project numbering system and sometimes the two overlap having the same number associated both to a warship and to a civilan vessel. I've post these here as well in the hope some more ship classes get number, or if I've made errors fix them. On the previous incarnation of this forum I've posted these numbers and updated them time to time as I've found new information. So here they are: Numbers 1-500: Project 1 (1932): Leningrad class destroyer Project 2 (1927): Uragan class guard ship (Series I) Project 3 (1935): T-201 class minesweeper Project 4 (1927): Uragan class guard ship (Series II) Project 5: ??? Project 6 (1927): Dekabrist class submarine Project 7 (1935): Gnevny class destroyer Project 7U (1937): Soobrazitelny class destroyer Project 8: ??? Project 9 (1934): Srednyaya class submarine Project 10-18: ??? Project 19 (1936): Kirov class guard ship Project 20 (1937): Tashkent class destroyer Project 21 (1936): 41,000-ton Nelson-style battleship design Project 22 (1936): 17,000-ton Heavy cruiser design Project 23 (1938): Sovetsky Soyuz class battleship Project 23Bis (1939): Modified Sovetsky Soyuz class battleship design Project 23NU (1940): Improved Sovetsky Soyuz class battleship design Project 24 (1936): 3,400-ton armoured destroyer design Project 24 (1949): 81,000-ton battleship design Project 25 (1936): 30,900-ton light battleship design Project 26 (1935): Kirov class light cruiser Project 26Bis (1936): Maxim Gorky class light cruiser Project 26Bis2 (1938): Kaganovich class light cruiser Project 27: ??? Project 28 (1954): TPD-40? class dock-transport Project 28B (1955): Modified TPD-50 class dock-transport Project 28K (1955): Improved TPD-46 class dock-transport Project 28M (???): Modernized TPD-40? class dock-transport Project 29 (1939): Yastreb class guard ship Project 29Bis (1946): Improved Yastreb class guard ship design Project 29K (1939): Modified Yastreb class guard ship Project 30 (1939): Ognevoy class destroyer Project 30A (???): Modified Ognevoy class destroyer design with American turbines Project 30K (1945?): Modified Ognevoy class destroyer Project 30Bis (1948): Skoryy class destroyer Project 30BA (1967): Modernized Skoryy class destroyer with improved radar Project 30BK (1957): Modernized Skoryy class destroyer with improved radar Project 30BR (1954): Modified Skoryy class guided missile destroyer design with SS-N-1 Scrubber missiles Project 30BRL (1958): Modified Skoryy class guided missile destroyer design with SS-N-1 Scrubber missiles Project 30BV (1979): Modernized Skoryy class destroyer with improved radar Project 30T (1961): Modified Skoryy class destroyer Project 31 (1957): Improved Skoryy class destroyer Project 31P (???): Improved Skoryy class destroyer design without ESM Radar Project 32: ??? Project 33 (1956): Guided missile light cruiser conversion of Voroshilov Project 33M (1963): Modernized Guided missile light cruiser conversion of Voroshilov Project 34 (1955): Modernized Skoryy class destroyer Project 35 (1961): Mirka class frigate Project 35M (1974): Mirka II class frigate Project 36 (1944): 2,105-ton destroyer design Project 37: ??? Project 38 (1934): Improved Leningrad class destroyer Project 39 (1935): Uragan class guard ship (Series IV) Project 40 (1936): Series XII coastal submarines Project 40 (1944): 4050-ton destroyer design Project 41 (1950): Neustrashimy class destroyer Project 42 (1952): Kola class frigate Project 43 (1936): Rubin class NKVD guard ship Project 44 (???): 1,600-ton Frigate design based on Kola class Project 45 (1935): Opytny class destroyer Project 45 (1949?): 45,000-ton Battleship design Project 46: ??? Project 47 (1941): 4,500-ton destroyer design Project 48 (1939): Kiev class destroyer Project 49: ??? Project 50 (1953): Riga class frigate Project 51: ??? Project 52 (1938): Purga class large guard ship Project 53 (1936): T-15 class minesweeper Project 53Bis (1941): T-415 class minesweeper Project 53U (1941): T-220 class minesweeper Project 54-55: ??? Project 56 (1953): Kotlin class destroyer Project 56A (1965): Kotlin SAM class guided missile destroyer Project 56AE (1966): Modified Kotlin SAM class guided missile destroyer Project 56E (1966): Modified Kotlin SAM class guided missile destroyer design with 45mm SM-21-ZIF guns Project 56K (1959): Kotlin SAM class guided missile destroyer prototype Project 56M (1953): Kildin class destroyer Project 56PLO (1958): Kanin class ASW destroyer Project 56PM (1969): Modified Kanin class ASW destroyer with MG-325 "Vega" sonar Project 56U (1972): Modernised Kildin class destroyer Project 57 (1957): Kanin class guided missile destroyer Project 57A (1966): Improved Kanin class guided missile destroyer Project 57Bis (1958): Krupny class guided missile destroyer Project 58 (1938): T-5 class minesweeper Project 58 (1960): Kynda class missile cruiser Project 59 (1939): Vladimir Poluchin class minesweeper Project 60 (???): Coastal minesweeper design Project 60 (???): Modifed Skoryy class guided missile destroyer design with SS-N-2 Styx missiles Project 61 (???): Guided missile cruiser design Project 61 (1959): Kashin I class guided missile ASW destroyer Project 61A (1965): 8,000-ton Guided missile nuclear cruiser design Project 61Bis (1964): Modified 8,000-ton Guided missile nuclear cruiser design Project 61K (1961): Modified 8,000-ton Guided missile nuclear cruiser design Project 61E (1974): Kashin I class ASW destroyer without SAM and improved Radars Project 61M (1971): Kashin II class guided missile ASW destroyer Project 61ME (1976): Kashin II Mod class guided missile ASW destroyer Project 61MP (1971): Modified Kashin I class guided missile ASW destroyer Project 62 (1963): 5,000-ton Guided missile cruiser design Project 63 (1964): 16,000-ton Guided missile battlecruiser design Project 64 (1937): 53,000-ton battleship design based on the Italian UP-41 Project 64 (1958): 16,400-ton Guided missile cruiser design based on Sverdlov class Project 65 (1946): 14,500-ton Light cruiser design Project 66 (1953): 30,750-ton Heavy cruiser design Project 66AV - 68AV? (1953): Carrier design based on Project 66 heavy cruiser or Sverdlov class light cruiser? Project 67 (1952): Modernized Sverdlov class light cruiser Admiral Nakhimov Project 67Bis (1957): Modified Sverdlov class guided missile light cruiser design with SS-N-3C Shaddock missiles Project 67EP (1955): Modified Sverdlov class guided missile light cruiser Admiral Nakhimov with 4 SS-N-3C Shaddock missiles Project 67SI (1956): Modified Sverdlov class guided missile light cruiser Admiral Nakhimov with Aft SS-N-3C Shaddock missiles Project 68 (1939): Chapayev class light cruiser Project 68A (1972): Modernized Sverdlov class light cruiser Project 68Bis (1949): Sverdlov class light cruiser Project 68C (1947): Modified Chapayev class light cruiser Chaklov with German 105mm AA Guns Project 68E (1954): Modified Sverdlov class guided missile light cruiser Admiral Nakhimov with 1 SS-N-1 Scrubber missile Project 68ER (1955): Modified Sverdlov class guided missile light cruiser Admiral Nakhimov with 1 SS-N-1 Scrubber missile but improved launcher system Project 68I (1946): Modified Chapayev class light cruiser design with German Guns Project 68K (1946): Improved Chapayev class light cruiser Project 68U (1965): Modified Sverdlov class command cruiser design Project 68U-1 (1965): Modified Sverdlov class command cruiser Zhdanov Project 68U-2 (1966): Modified Sverdlov class command cruiser Admiral Senyavin Project 68VVS (1948): Modified Sverdlov class light cruiser design to install the Engines of the Battleship Sovetskaya Rossiya Project 69 (1939): Kronshtadt class battlecruiser Project 69AV (1945): Kronshtadt class battlecruiser conversion into carrier Project 69I (1939): Kronshtadt class battlecruiser with German 38cm guns Project 70E (1957): Modified Sverdlov class guided missile light cruiser Dzerzhinskiy with SA-N-2 Guideline missiles Project 71 (1958): Modernized Sverdlov class guided missile light cruiser design for Admiral Nakhimov Project 71A (1936?): 13,000-ton Light Carrier Design Project 71B (1937?): 22,000-ton Fleet Carrier Design Project 72 (1942): 37,000-ton Fleet Carrier Design Project 73 (1947): BUK-221 class tugboat Project 73 (1940): T-451 class minesweeper Project 73K (1940): T-253 class minesweeper Project 73KP (1960): OS-43 class trials ship Project 74: ??? Project 75 (???): ??? class floating dock Project 76 (???): ??? class floating dock Project 77: ??? Project 78 (1940): modernization of the light cruiser Admiral Butakov Project 79: ??? Project 80 (1968): M-400 class landing craft Project 81 (1957): 11,000-ton Nuclear powered guided missile cruiser design Project 81 (1980): 20,000-ton Nuclear powered guided missile battlecruiser design Project 82 (1951): Stalingrad class battlecruiser Project 82R (1955): Stalingrad class guided missile battlecruiser design Project 83 (1940): Admiral Hipper class heavy cruiser Lützow Project 84 (1958): 15,000-ton Heavy Anti-aircraft cruiser design Project 85 (1954): 30,500-ton light carrier design Project 86-89: ??? Project 90 (???): Destroyer design Project 91: ??? Project 92 (1953): Lenin class nuclear-powered icebreaker Project 93: ??? Project 94 (???): Light cruiser design with 3x3 152mm guns Project 95 (1939): M-401 class modified Series XII-bis submarine Project 96 (1940): Malyutka class Series XV submarine Project 96M (1951): Modernized Malyutka class submarine design Project 97 (1941): Srednyaya class Series XVI submarine Project 97 (1959): Dobrynya Nikitich class icebreaker Project 97AP (1967): Sadko class icebreaker Project 97B (1969): Vladimir Kavrayskiy class icebreaker Project 97K (1965): Ilya Muromets class icebreaker Project 97P (1972): Ivan Susanin class border patrol ship Project 98 (???): Improved Srednyaya class submarine design Project 99 (1941): Minelayer submarine design Project 100 (???): Training ship design Project 101-102: ??? Project 103 (1959): Sh-15 class minelayer Project 104 (1939): Vyatka class minelayer Project 105 (1942): Modified Malyutka class submarine design Project 106 (1941): Modified Srednyaya class Series XVI submarine design Project 106 (1963): Vydra class landing craft Project 106K (1966): Improved Vydra class landing craft Project 106U (1963): Modified Vydra class landing craft Project 107-109: ??? Project 110 (2012?): PSKA-880 class air cushion guard ship Project 111-114: ??? Project 115 (???): submarine chaser design Project 116 (1960): Debarkader-602 class mooring tender Project 111-118 ??? Project 119 (???):RB-230 class harbour tug Project 120 (1997): Gazpromshelf class seagoing tanker Project 121: ??? Project 122 (1944): Kronshtadt class submarine chaser Project 122Bis (1945): Improved Kronshtadt class submarine chaser Project 123 (1946): TK-687 class torpedo boat Project 123Bis (1949): TK-697 class torpedo boat Project 123K (1951): TK-972 class torpedo boat Project 124: ??? Project 125 (1960): Pchela class torpedo boat Project 125A (1962): Pchela class border patrol ship Project 125B (1962): Modified Pchela class missile boat design Project 126 (???): ??? class Submarine chaser Project 126P (???): ??? class Submarine chaser Project 127-128: ??? Project 129 (???): ??? class Harbour tug Project 130 (1984): Bereza class degaussing vessel Project 131-132: ??? Project 133 (1976): Muravey class guard ship Project 133.1 (1985): Parchim I class corvette Project 133.1M (1987): Parchim II class corvette Project 134: ??? Project 135 (???): ??? class Seagoing tug Project 136: ??? Project 137 (???): ??? class Self-propelled floating workshop Project 138 (1942): 220-ton Gunboat/Monitor design Project 139-140: ??? Project 141 (1988): KIL-140 class mooring tender Project 142-144: ??? Project 145 (???): Small amphibious assault ship design Project 145 (1965): Sura class mooring tender Project 146-150: ??? Project 151 (1954): T-10 class minesweeper Project 152 (???): Attack submarine design Project 153-154: ??? Project 155 (???): Seaplane tanker boat design Project 156: ??? Project 157 (???): Torpedo boat Design Project 158 (???): Torpedo boat Design Project 159 (1958): Petya class frigate Project 159A (1964): Modified Petya class frigate Project 159AE (1967): Improved Petya class frigate Project 159AV (1964): Modified Petya class frigate with MG-325 "Vega" sonar Project 159M (1963): Modernized Petya class frigate Project 160 (1967): Altay class tanker Project 161 (1942): BK-2 class border patrol boat Project 162: ??? Project 163 (1941): CTK-DD class torpedo boat Project 164 (???): MO-6 class submarine hunter Project 165 (1941): CDB-51?-class landing craft Project 166: ??? Project 167 (???): ??? class torpedo boat Project 168-170: ??? Project 171 (1944): Torpedo hover boat design Project 172: ??? Project 173 (???): CRP-50 class fishing boat Project 174 (1946): MO-4 class guard ship Project 175-179: ??? Project 180 (???): Small amphibious assault ship design Project 181-182: ??? Project 183 (1951): P-6 class torpedo boat Project 183E (1957): Komar class fast missile boat Prototype Project 183R (1959): Komar class fast missile boat Project 183R (1965): Modernized Komar class fast missile boat design with SS-N-2B Styx Missiles Project 183Sh (1953): Typhoon class communication boat Project 183T (1951): P-8 class torpedo boat Project 183TK (1955): P-10 class torpedo boat Project 184 (1955): TK-327 class torpedo boat Project 185 (???): Amphibious assault ship design Project 186 (1945): MKL-6 / Komsomolets Armenia class border patrol boat Project 187: ??? Project 188 (1957): TDK-8 class Landing ship Project 189 (1954): DK-251 class landing ship Project 190 (???): Border patrol boat design Project 191 (1945): BK-166 class border patrol boat Project 191M (1946): BK-167 class border patrol boat Project 192 (1984): RB-139 class harbor tug Project 192A (1988): RB-40 class harbor tug Project 192.1 (1950): BK-472 class border patrol boat Project 192.2 (1950): BK-473 class border patrol boat Project 193: ??? Project 194 (1955): MO-105 class border patrol boat Project 195-198: ??? Project 199 (1953): SK-15 class submarine chaser Project 200 (1943): Torpedo boat design Project 201 (1955): SO-1 class border patrol ship Project 201M (1959): Modified SO-1 class border patrol ship Project 201T (1965): Improved SO-1 class border patrol ship Project 202: ??? Project 203 (???): Missile boat design Project 204 (1958): Poti class anti-submarine corvette Project 204E (1967): Poti class anti-submarine corvette, export version Project 205 (1958): Osa I class class fast missile boat Project 205Ch (1963): Modified Osa I class class fast missile boat with improved electric equipment Project 205E (1963): Modified Osa II class class fast missile boat Project 205EKB (1963): OK-1072 class tug boat based on the Osa class Project 205EM (1978): Experimental Osa II class class fast missile boat with improved radar systems Project 205ER (1974): Osa II class class fast missile boat, export version Project 205ET (1972): T-233 class torpedo boat Project 205M (1968): Modified Osa I class class fast missile boat with SS-N-2C Styx Missiles Project 205mod (1971): Modified Osa I class class fast missile boat with SS-N-2C Styx Missiles Project 205P (1964): Stenka class guard ship Project 205PE (1967): Slepen class guard ship Project 205T (1972): T-127 class torpedo boat Project 205U (1963): Osa II class class fast missile boat Project 205.9 (1984): Improved Stenka class guard ship Project 206 (1958): Shershen class torpedo boat Project 206M (1965): Turya class torpedo boat Project 206MR (1976): Matka class missile boat Project 207-214: ??? Project 215 (1957): PNKh-76 class floating tank barge Project 216: ??? Project 217 (1951): SBR-??? class degaussing ships Project 218 (1953): Kalar class cable layers Project 219 (1955): SBR-127 class degaussing ships Project 220 (1955): SBR-60 class hydrographic survey ships Project 221-224: ??? Project 225 (1960): PST-10 class floating stand Project 226-228: ??? Project 229 (1952): PS-510 class seagoing dry-cargo transports Project 230-231: ??? Project 232 (1970): Araks class seagoing dry-cargo transports Project 233 (1953): Megra class seagoing dry-cargo transports Project 233K (1954): Atrek class submarine tenders Project 234-252: ??? Project 253 (1953): T-351 class minesweeper Project 254 (1947): T-43 class minesweeper Project 254A (1956): T-750 class minesweeper Project 254K (1951): T-415 class minesweeper Project 254KE (1957): Improved T-415 class minesweeper Project 254KS (1974): KSV-3 class communication ship Project 254LK (1949): T-93 class minesweeper Project 254M (1954): T-505 class minesweeper Project 254MA (1957): T-90 class minesweeper Project 254S (1957): SS-1 class rescue ship Project 254V (1955): KVN-50 class radar picket ship Project 255 (1946): T-301 class harbour minesweeper Project 255B (1949): Modified T-301 class harbour tug Project 255K (1953): Improved T-301 class harbour minesweeper Project 256 (1955): RLK-9 class minesweeper Project 257D (1961): Vanya class coastal minesweeper Project 257DM (1963): Modified Vanya class coastal minesweeper Project 257DME (1967): Improved Vanya class coastal minesweeper Project 258 (1956): KVN-6 class radar picket ship Project 258M (1956): Modified KVN-6 class radar picket ship Project 259 (???): Coastal minesweeper design Project 260-262: ??? Project 263 (???): Anti-aircraft cruiser design Project 264 (1951): T-58 class minesweeper Project 264A (1957): Improved T-58 class minesweeper Project 265 (1960): Sasha class minesweeper Project 265A (1961): Modified Sasha class minesweeper Project 265I (1960): Modified Sasha class minesweeper Project 265K (1962): Improved Sasha class minesweeper Project 266 (1960): Yurka class minesweeper Project 266E (1968): Improved Yurka class minesweeper Project 266M (1966): Natya class minesweeper Project 266ME (1982): Natya II class minesweeper Project 266MUE (1980): Modifed Natya class training ship for export Project 266.6 (1977): Strelok class trials ship Project 266.8 (1990): Vice-admiral Zakharin class minesweeper Project 267: ??? Project 268 (1958): PSK-12 class border patrol boat Project 269 (???): ???-class floating crane Project 270-278: ??? Project 279 (1954): KSV-1380 class passenger boats Project 280-299: ??? Project 300 (1962): Oskol I class floating workshop Project 301T (1964): Oskol II class floating workshop Project 302: ??? Project 303 (1967): Modified Oskol class floating workshop Project 304.1 (1968): Amur I class floating workshop Project 304.2 (1976): Amur II class floating workshop Project 304.3 (1981): Amur III class floating workshop Project 304.4 (1985): Amur IV class floating workshop Project 305 (1973): Tomba class electric power station Project 306 (1955): T-36 class landing craft Project 307.8 (1959?): SPK-26 class rescue boat Project 308-309: ??? Project 310 (1955): Don class submarine support ship Project 310A (1959): Modified Don class submarine support ship Project 311-312: ??? Project 313 (1955): PKZ-??? class barracks ship Project 314 (1956): PB-24 class submarine tender Project 315 (1959?): RZS-61 class floating power station Project 316: ??? Project 317 (1961): Alesha class minelayer Project 318-319: ??? Project 320 (1974?): Ob class hospital ship Project 320.2 (1987?): Improved Ob class hospital ship Project 321: ??? Project 322 (1960): Coastal minesweeper design Project 323 (1961?): Lama class floating missile technician base Project 323A (1964?): Modified Lama class floating missile technician base Project 323B (1969?): Modified Lama class floating missile technician base Project 323V (1977?): Modifed Lama class seagoing ammunition transport Project 324-327: ??? Project 328.7 (???): ??? class dredge Project 329-331: ??? Project 332 (1956): Coastal minesweeper design Project 333: ??? Project 334 (1979): ??? class self-propelled lighters Project 335-346: ??? Project 347 (1965): Fregat? class rescue boat Project 347.3 (1983): Yorsh? class rescue boat Project 348-350: ??? Project 351T (1949): ??? class minesweeper Project 352-354: ??? Project 355 (1955): SMP-29 class minelayer Project 356: ??? Project 357 (1954): Libau class dispatch vessel Project 358-359: ??? Project 360 (1960): PSKR-50 class guard ship Project 361B (???): ??? class tugboat Project 361D (???): ??? class guard ship Project 361L (???): ??? class torpedo retriever Project 361R (1951): RK-100 class harbour boat Project 361S (1952): SN-33 class medical boat Project 361T (1952): KT-95 class minesweeper Project 362: ??? Project 364 (1951): Pozharny I class Firefighting boat Project 365-369: ??? Project 370 (1950): RK-443 class guard ship Project 371-378: ??? Project 379 (1957): VRD-401 class inshore diving boat Project 380.1 (1951): RB-112 class harbour tug Project 381-387: ??? Project 388M (1973): BT-459 class patrol boat Project 388T (1955): RS-300 class harbour minesweeper Project 389 (1956): PSKA-??? class border patrol boat Project 389T (1956): MRS-80 class harbour minesweeper Project 390-392: ??? Project 393A (1964): Mirnyy class intelligence collection ship Project 394B (1969): Primor'ye class intelligence collection ship Project 395-401: ??? Project 402.4 (2012): MSK-787 class small guard boat Project 403-423: ??? Project 424 (1986?): PZhK-1819 class Firefighting boat Project 425-430: ??? Project 431 (1949): BSS-53150 class border guard transport Project 431A (1953): MAB-59150 class Seagoing self-propelled artillery barge Project 431M (1953): MBSS-93150 class seagoing self-propelled dry-cargo barge Project 431PU (1954): MBSS-35150 class seagoing self-propelled dry-cargo barge Project 431R (1954): MNS-30150 class seagoing self-propelled tank barge Project 431TU (1957): MTB-4150 class seagoing self-propelled torpedo barge Project 432 (1948): BSS-86050 class harbour self-propelled dry-cargo barge Project 433 (1956): BUK-128 class tugboat Project 434 (1949): MNN-138500 class seagoing non self-propelled tank barge Project 435 (1945): BMR-671085 class harbour non self-propelled garbage barge Project 435Bis (1954): BMR-91085 class harbour non self-propelled garbage barge Project 435GR (1973): BMR-666085 class harbour non self-propelled garbage barge Project 436 (1951): BKSch-17 class large target barge Project 437N (1953): Khobi class small tanker Project 438 (???): seagoing non self-propelled dry-cargo barge Project 439: ??? Project 440 (1966): ENS-5 class Electric power station Project 441: ??? Project 442 (1954): Minesweeper design Project 443-449: ??? Project 450 (1950): MP-4 class landing craft Project 450Bis (1956): DK-118 class landing craft Project 451-453: ??? Project 454 (1978): MKSch-31 class small target barge Project 455 (1989): MKSch-7 class small target barge Project 456 (1969): PSKA-726 class border supply boat Project 457-459: ??? Project 460 (1954): PM-29 class floating workshop Project 461-463: ??? Project 464 (1972): MGR-660500 class seagoing barge Project 465-484: ??? Project 485M (1968): PSK-1420 class passenger boat Project 485S (1980): PSKA-61 class guard ship Project 486-497: ??? Project 498 (1962?): Prometey class harbour tug Project 498.3 (1983): Improved Prometey class harbour tug Project 499-500: ???
  9. The "Mikhail Kutuzov" cruiser was supposed to be released with the 0.5.2 patch, Where is it?!
  10. BabyAdmiral

    Next batch of cruisers

    Hello, fellow forumites! Since I'm no expert on naval/military history, I thought I'd ask you guys about your thoughts on the Russian/Soviet cruisers. The way I understand it, is that the lower tiers will be made up of actual ships from tzarist Russia, while the higher tiers will mainly consist of blueprint Soviet ships and/or ship concepts. All is well and good so far, but what kind of cruisers are these? (I've looked up mr3awesome's thread http://forum.worldofwarships.eu/index.php?/topic/437-what-we-know-about-ships-updated-25062015/ to search for clues, but still not quite sure what to expect here.) Light cruisers or heavy cruisers? Compared to USA and Japan, what will their range, armor, speed, AA protection, etc. be? Any thoughts, or is it still 100% speculation at this point? I'm quite interested in heavy cruisers, but I might have to wait for German ships for that? - BabyAdmiral.
  11. Hi all, I have been sailing my Tier V / VI / VII ships over past few days (Friday / Saturday / Sunday / Monday) and I must say that I see only 1-2 Russian/Soviet ships per game (and if that - in many many games there are none).... Have you guys seen the same? BTW, there is one current mission in which in 3rd stage there is requirement to sink 5 Russian/Soviet ships... I simply can't do that... (And I don't want to hunter-kill solo that one ship that occasionally shows up because I don't want to ruin the chances of my team winning the game!) Leo "Apollo11"
  12. Stribog2033

    Question About Upcoming Tech Trees

    Are we going to get more port slots with upcoming Soviet and German tech trees ? I know we will get for Tier I slot but it would be good to get at least one more as a bonus or special. What others think ? Would that be normal option for everyone ? I am not asking for it, just wondering if it's going to happen.
  13. LittleWhiteMouse

    Premium Ship Review: Oleg

    Bogatyr in a sexy black dress. Quick Summary: A stock Bogatyr-class protected cruiser. Patch and Date Written: 0.6.0 - January 25th, 2017 Cost: Undisclosed at the time of publishing. Closest in-Game Contemporary Bogatyr, Tier 3 Russian Protected CruiserDegree of Similarity: Clone / Sister-Ship / Related Class / Similar Role / Unique The Oleg is a stock Bogatyr-class. Lert and I will go on at length about the difference between the ships, so I'll keep it short here. I was sorely tempted to compare her instead to the Aurora. The Pallada-class is very similar in play style in World of Warships and short of an obvious difference in speed, it would be difficult to really set them apart in terms of performance. PROs The Oleg is very soft skinned leading to many over penetrating hits from battleship-caliber, armour piercing shells. More hit points than the fully upgraded Bogatyr. Fast for a protected cruiser at 24.0 knots. Good HE performance, with 2,100 alpha strike per shell and 8% base fire chance. Great handling, with a tighter turning circle than her sister ship at 450m. Very easy to understand and with a very low skill floor. CONs Low DPM for a tier 3 cruiser with her 8-gun broadside and 9s reload. Agonizingly slow turret rotation made all of the more noticeable by her small turning circle. Guns will often slide off the target in a high speed turn. Her top speed, while perfectly adequate when top tier is severely lacking when she faces tier 4 ships. Short of the turrets, the entire ship has no more than 13mm of external armour plating. Much of it has 6mm. This makes her take high explosive penetrations from any size of shell that strikes her. A small portion of the citadel is raised well over the waterline (found just beneath the two large lifeboats behind the last funnel). This portion has less sloping than the rest of the citadel. Her AP shells are downright forgettable with poor penetration and requiring very short range engagements to be effective. No anti-aircraft firepower whatsoever. Doing the dance. The Oleg cannot win by rate of fire alone. Learn to WASD early and often with your cruisers. It will serve you well. If you ascended the Russian cruiser line, you've already played the Oleg. It's disappointing to say, but there it is. The Oleg is a stock Bogatyr with a few tweaks to her stat line. They can be summarized by the following. The Oleg: Has more hit points. Has a slightly smaller turning circle. Has sexy black camouflage. Good and we're done. Review over. Goodnight everybody! Huh? What do you mean that's not good enough!? Ugh! Fine! I've asked Lert to once again join me in this review to provide his views. Lert has more experience in the Bogatyr than anyone else I know and he's certain a better hand at it than I am. He'll even deliberately up-tier his cruiser to face bigger opponents like the good ol' days. Apparently baby seals aren't enough to sate his appetite anymore. I totally approve of this behaviour. The Lertbox Hello and welcome to another Lertbox. This time we're discussing the russian tier 3 Bogatyr class cruiser Oleg. Is it worth your money? Is it worth being in this game at all? For this Lertbox I will comparing her to Bogatyr, St Louis and Aurora. I feel these are very representative of the protected cruiser gameplay at the tier. (He better make this review good cause I dunno how many times I can repeat myself in saying this is a stock Bogatyr and be expected to be entertaining!) Options No surprises here. Low tier cruisers aren't terribly complicated. Consumables: Damage Control Party Module Upgrades: Two slots, standard cruiser options.Premium Camouflage: Tier 2 to 5 Standard. This provides 30% bonus experience gains, 3% reduction in surface detection and 4% reduction in enemy accuracy. The Oleg's camouflage is pretty sexy looking. Firepower Primary Battery: Twelve 152mm rifles. Eight guns are mounted in casemates along the flanks of the ships, four to each side. The remaining four are divided into two, two-gun turrets on the bow and stern. Secondary Battery: Twelve 75mm rifles, with six down each side of the ship in casemates. Let's start with what was almost a deal breaker for me: The Oleg has horrible gun handling. It takes 30s to rotate her guns 180º. This is so slow that in a turn, your guns will slide off your target every single time. This is so slow that you're unable to shift fire from one side of the ship to another quickly because it will take so long for the guns to acquire their target. Yes, even the casemate guns bolted to the sides of the ship which can only face on side will take too long to rotate onto your target. This is so slow that you'll be using the rudder to line your guns up. It's that bad. Expert Marksman, the tier 2 Captain Skill, is almost a must. The Oleg has less main battery firepower than the Aurora despite having the same broadside of eight 152mm/45 Canet guns. This disparity comes from a difference in rate of fire. The Pallada-class cruisers reload in 8.6s while the Bogatyr-class cruisers reload in 9.0s. This places the Oleg third from the bottom in terms of HE DPM among the tier 3 cruisers. 140,000 - Bogatyr (B-Hull) 152mm 126,667 - Bogatyr (B-Hull) 130mm with Basic Fire Training 126,000 - St.Louis 118,800 - Kolberg with Basic Fire Training 117,209 - Aurora 114,000 - Bogatyr (B-Hull) 130mm 112,000 - Oleg 108,000 - Kolberg 96,000 - Tenryu But let's be clear here -- she's not that far behind the Bogatyr with 130mm before Captain Skills. The 2,000 DPM between them is the difference of 1 extra hit from the Oleg's 152mm rifles. In the real world with shot dispersion, the Oleg's damage is going to compare very closely with the Bogatyr until Basic Fire Training is added. To this end, the Oleg won't feel that far behind ships like the Aurora or an upgraded Kolberg. The Oleg's main battery is supplemented by twelve 75mm secondary guns. However, like most low-tier vessels, her secondaries are hamstrung by painfully short range -- in this case, a mere 2.5km. Their small caliber isn't too much of an issue against anything short of a Battleship. While it's possible to engage targets with these guns, it's never going to end well unless you already have the upper hand by a significant margin. Overall, the Oleg's firepower is pretty average with nothing really spectacular about it. She has only a modest a 10.8km range, her AP performance is hamstrung by poor ballistics and she can't out muscle any of her contemporaries in terms of raw damage. This might be acceptable if the Oleg had other abilities to supplement her firepower but as you'll see in subsequent sections, these advantages fail to materialize. While her guns are completely capable of doing damage and performing, the Oleg does not win any recognition for what she brings to the table as a gunship. Rivals: Versus the Bogatyr Against a bone stock Bogatyr you actually stand a chance in an Oleg. Similar range, similar broadside with the same guns, similar reload, similar speed, same armor profile but more hit-points. It's when the Bogatyr starts upgrading though that Oleg is left choking in the dust. The B hull gives Bogatyr a heavier broadside, the FCS gives the tech tree ship better range and the 130mm guns give her a better fire chance. Plus, if the Bogatyr player has the 130mm guns mounted and AFT researched, he can keep you at arm's length without ever allowing you a chance to shoot back. The best (and only) way to handle a Bogatyr is when the latter is distracted. Get your fire in, while he's concentrating on other things. Try not to be the easy target, because he outguns and out-ranges you. The Oleg, doing what she does best: Providing supporting firepower into an engagement from the second line. She doesn't have the DPM, armour or hit point total to trade blows effectively. Maneuverability Top Speed: 24.0 knots Turning Radius: 450m Rudder Shift Time: 7.1s This is probably the best bit of news about this ship. The Oleg is, for a tier 3 protected cruiser, both fast and maneuverable. Her 24.0 knots isn't a blistering top speed by any means, but it does give her longer legs than most of her contemporaries with the exception of the Tenryu and Caledon. Her turning circle is also very tight at a mere 450m. This is a marginal 10m improvement over the Bogatyr herself, though she loses out on rudder-shift time. Still, she is very wiggly and this can be used to help dodge incoming fire and attack planes. Her top speed really feels lacking when she's facing tier 4 ships, though. She's easily outpaced by every other cruiser found at this tier and even some of the Battleships like the Ishizuchi and Myogi are outright faster. Being kited is a real risk in this ship, especially if the Oleg is fool enough not to silence her guns and turn away to drop back into concealment. A second drawback is that the Oleg WILL out turn her turrets. Firing and maneuvering just isn't possible as your guns will slide off their targets. Even with Expert Marksman, it's impossible to keep her guns tracking an enemy while she has her rudder hard over at full speed. Durability Hit Points: 24,100 Citadel Protection: Layered armour, with a 13mm outer hull and a sloped 70mm citadel deck. Min Bow & Deck Armour: Between 6mm and 11mm. The Oleg is an experience and credits pinata in her matchmaking spread. Hit her with anything and rewards leak out. She can be penetrated almost everywhere even by the smallest caliber HE shells and her bows can be overmatched by even 88mm worth of AP fire. You're simply not going to bounce a whole lot in this ship. Though she has more hit points than the Bogatyr, it isn't an appreciable gain over her sister ship, nor is it anywhere near enough to allow her to make up for the deficiencies in her DPM against vessels like the St.Louis. The Oleg shares the raised citadel weakness of the Bogatyr. There's a small section behind the funnels, found underneath the large lifeboats mounted there where the citadel rides significantly higher than the waterline. The only defense the Oleg has is to use terrain and her maneuverability to attempt to avoid fire. Rivals: Versus the St.Louis On paper, Oleg looks ok against a stock St Louis. You have a heavier broadside, slightly more range and are a hair faster. But that's where your advantages end. Even stock, a St Louis has more hit-points and better armor. When the American fighting lady is fully upgraded however, you're in trouble. A heavier broadside, much more hit-points, better armor, similar range and only a little bit slower, she'll outgun, out-tank and out-brawl you. It helps a lot to know where to aim on a St Louis. While she has better armor, that only covers her machinery spaces. Her extremities and superstructure are still soft, and that's where you should put your HE. Other than that though, the best you can do is pray that the St Louis driver is a worse shot than you are. She will outlast you in a direct slugging match. Concealment & Camouflage Surface Detection Range: 10.3km Air Detection Range: 5.7km Minimum Surface Detection Range: 8.8km Concealment Penalty while Firing: +4.56km (versus 10.8km maximum range) The best that can be said for the Oleg is that at least her surface detection range doesn't outstrip her guns. It's a very near thing, though, and something for players to be aware of. In the claustrophobic maps found at tiers two through four, there's not a whole lot of room to use range to hide, but there are a plethora of islands behind which cover can be found to break line of sight. Make judicious use of these to keep your Oleg not-sunk and to control the engagement. Anti-Aircraft DefenseYou can find it by reaching down and grabbing your ankles. It's down there somewhere. Just keep looking. Rivals: Versus the Aurora Finally a comparison where Oleg comes out at least looking equal to her competitor. Where Aurora has slightly more range, she's considerably slower. Where she turns better, she has less hit-points. The differences are small though, except for a 5 knot speed difference. Even the armor scheme is close to the same. With Oleg's superior speed you might try to kite Aurora and rain down fire from range, but she can turn better to avoid your fire, and return fire from just outside our range. Conversely you might try closing the distance to knife fighting range and bringing your secondaries in, but you're not walking out of that trade smelling of roses. In a 1v1 duel between these two Russian premium tier 3 cruisers, it usually comes down to who is the better shot and who manages his damage control party better. Both ships are underwhelming compared to their direct rivals, but between the two of them I would still choose Oleg. Her 5 knot superior speed cannot be underestimated, it gives her an edge in flexibility that Aurora simply cannot match. The Oleg is utterly reliant on friendly ships to shoot down aircraft. With it's good agility, it can be an annoying target for inexperienced carrier players, especially for torpedo bomber strikes. But don't get complacent. Overall ImpressionsSkill Floor: Simple / Casual / Challenging / DifficultSkill Ceiling: Low / Moderate / High / Extreme Game play doesn't get much more simple than that found in the Oleg. The only complexity to this ship is the choice of ammunition, the use of range, terrain and maneuver and the optimization found in the correct choices of Captain Skills. This is one of the ship's greatest strengths. It's also one of the ship's greatest weaknesses. There's not going to be a whole lot that separates an experienced Oleg pilot and a great Oleg pilot. The Lertbox Welcome to the most superfluous ship in World of Warships. Yet another Russian premium ship, at a tier where one already exists, and offering a playstyle that is done better in the free tech tree ships. Oleg offers nothing that hasn't already been done better before. She doesn't really offer that great captain training, and did we really need another premium Russian cruiser? Mouse's Impressions: Dirt simple game play -- often devolving into simply trading damage. There are a couple of ways to include sister ships in the game -- this isn't a very interesting way of doing it. Not different enough from the Aurora to matter, IMO. Her awful gun traverse was almost a deal breaker for me. Expert Marksman is a must-have. The Oleg has it pretty rough. Her big sister Bogatyr is arguably one of the best tier 3 ships in the game. I had high expectations for the Oleg as a Bogatyr-class premium. She looks really sharp in her black and gold camouflage. However her performance is admittedly lacking. She's not a bad ship, but she's definitely not a great one either. She's just the sister ship of a vessel already available in the tech tree, accessible simply by not unlocking any improvements. This is probably a big strike against her for some players, especially when she doesn't offer anything new in terms of game play. The Oleg doesn't follow the example of the Missouri or Texas which are an improvements over the Iowa and New York respectively. She also doesn't have a gimmick in the way the Lo Yang incorporates a Hydroacoustic Search to the Benson. She's not even like the Shinonome which now offers a weapon configuration no longer available to the Fubuki. I mean, if we thought the Prinz Eugen was pretty blah for being so similar to the Admiral Hipper, well at least the Prinz Eugen compared well to an upgraded Admiral Hipper. And on top of that, she had a baked in bonus with her premium camouflage. But the Oleg doesn't even have that going for her. And worse still, it's not like there's a drought of low-tier Russian protected cruiser premiums. The Diana and Aurora are so similar in play style as to be almost comical. Taken in isolation? Yeah, the Oleg is an okay-ish premium if you absolutely must have a low-tier cruiser to help train Captains. But she's not good and she's not special. Would I Recommend? No, I wouldn't. For a start, the Oleg isn't that different from a stock Bogatyr -- meaning if you really wanted to try this ship out, play a stock Bogatyr. The differences are so minor as to be near trivial. On top of that, there are comparable ships in and around that Matchmaking spread. While she's objectively better than the Aurora grace of her speed, that doesn't make her a "good" ship. For Random Battle Grinding Mouse: I did earn Confederate medals very easily in the Oleg. But then again, I earn Confederate medals very easy in an Aurora, St.Louis or a Bogatyr so... yeah. Nothing special there. So overall? Nope. Lert: No. She barely makes more than a tech tree ship, and she doesn't offer that much in captain training. If you really need a captain trainer or credit grinder there are better options out there. For Competitive Gaming Mouse: No, the Bogatyr is hands down better. And free. Lert: Ha. You make good joke. For Collectors Mouse: The Oleg is a well storied ship and for those interested in Imperial Russian Naval History, she's a little gem. Aside from that? Meh. Lert: Maybe. Oleg's combat history is actually quite extensive. She fought at Tsushima and survived, she fought in World War I and survived, finally meeting her end in combat in the Russian Revolution, being sunk by a Royal Navy torpedoboat. All that still doesn't make her a good ship though. For Fun Factor Mouse: Meh. I love riding on a sleek, black vessel as much as the next girl but I didn't get my jollies on the Oleg. Lert: No. There are tech tree ships that offer the same play style but are more fun to drive and flat-out better. Plus, they're free. Fire is a huge problem for low tier ships. Proper use of your Damage Control Party is paramount to survival. How to Equip your Oleg Recommended Modules As a low tier ship, the Oleg doesn't have a whole lot of options to choose from. Take Main Armaments Modification 1 in your first slot and back that up with Damage Control System Modification 1 in your second slot. Recommended Consumables There's only one consumable here. You'd be wise to upgrade to the premium version of the Damage Control Party. Fires will be everywhere and the shorter reset timer can really help mitigate the damage here. Recommended Captain Skills The essential skills for the Oleg on your first pass through the tree are: At tier one, Priority Target. This will let you know when it's absolutely imperative that you start wiggling your tush. You should be going semi-evasive anyway to avoid torpedoes, but this is less of a concern at lower tiers. Follow this up with Expert Marksman at tier two. You'll almost be able to keep your guns on target while turning. At tier 3, Demolition Expert is probably your best choice as the rest of the skills are pretty lackluster for the Oleg. And finally, at tier 4, Concealment Expert is your best choice to let you go gun silent and sneak away when things get scary. Other useful skill include: Preventative Maintenance (T1) and Last Stand (T2). The Oleg loses her engines and steering gears frequently and each of these skills can help with that. If you take Last Stand, you won't necessarily need Preventative Maintenance, so make it an either-or choice. High Alert and Adrenaline Rush are both good skills from Tier 2. The former will reduce your reset timer on your Damage Control Party to as low as 54s if you're using a premium consumable. Adrenaline Rush will help accelerate your DPM as you take damage. And you will take damage in almost every game. Skip Tier 3 skills. Vigilance would be the only other one worth while here. None of the other Tier 4 skills are particularly useful for the Oleg though there's two interesting choices at least. Inertia Fuse for HE Shells is curious. There isn't enough 25mm armour at tiers 2, 3 and 4. Most Battleships have 16mm of armour on their decks and extremities and your 152mm HE shells will handle that just fine. However, the decks of all of the IJN cruisers found at this tier are vulnerable if you take this skill, letting you land citadel hits against them. If this feels like a worthwhile investment for you, go for it. It's a lot of points to spend to help against one specific enemy. Radio Location may look appealing and you can certainly consider it but you won't get much use out of it in low tier games unless you come across an Isokaze seal-clubbing division.
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