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  1. Jetzt mal isoliert von diesem Megathread im Anleitungsforum. Da wo die Masse ihre Kommentare zur Graf Spee fallen lässt. Ich würde ganz gerne von ein paar Spielern (die die Graf Spee besitzen) wissen, ob sich das Teil für die (Minimum) 20€ überhaupt lohnt und ob sie schon bestimmte Erfahrungen sammeln konnten. Die Stats sind mir bereits bekannt. Gut Credits soll sie ja z.B. machen können. Es wäre wirklich sehr nett, wenn mir ein paar Graf Spee Fahrer etwas mehr über das Schiff sagen könnten. Vielen Dank für eure Mühe! Immer eine handbreit Wasser unter dem Kiel.
  2. Da Steam Versioni del Capitano con 6 punti, con spazio porto e la Anshan anche 1500 dobloni. Ne ho preso 2, la Graf Spee l'avevo già. https://steamcommunity.com/games/552990/announcements/detail/3786843201285697333 3 DLC sono ora disponibili! 10 maggio - WoWS
  3. SmartassNoob

    "Pocket battleship"

    The next game update adds Admiral Graf Spee for testing. It'll be a tier 6 cruiser. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_cruiser_Admiral_Graf_Spee So it'll have way too few firepower to fight a BB and way too long reload time to fight a DD. It's probably only going to be useful against big cruisers. Sort of like that tier 7 american cruiser Indianapolis. Then again with 4 torpedoes per side, it might just be able to take down a BB, if it manages to ambush one around a corner, or something. Any ideas? I predict it'll be somewhat useful for yolo-rushes: Just barely big enough to quickly take out a cruiser and possibly still maneuverable enough to out-turn a torpedo, or two and maybe still fast enough to drive away from a proper BB. ... *Checks wikipedia* 26 knots? ...What were the germans thinking? Just 4 more knots and it could have been a so much better ship.
  4. Horatio_Hornblaeser

    Umfrage zu den Weihnachtsmissionen

    Aus aktuellem Anlass möchte ich mal sehen, mit welcher Stärke Exkrement stürmen kann Habe keinen Missionsgedanken, nur manchmal haben frühere Menschen auch schon schlaue DInge aufgeschrieben. Edith: Wem auffallen sollte, dass trotz ausgiebigem Bedenken, ein wichtiger Wahlpunkt fehlt, der melde sich bitte! Edith 2.0: Falls sich doch jemand für's Gleichnis interessieren sollte: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gleichnis_von_den_Arbeitern_im_Weinberg
  5. tomas144

    Admiral Graf Spee

    Admiral Graf Spee Name: Admiral Graf Spee Namesake: Maximilian von Spee Laid down: 1 October 1932 Launched: 30 June 1934 Commissioned: 6 January 1936 Fate: Scuttled:17 December 1939 General characteristics: Class & type: Deutschland class cruiser Full load: 16,020 long tons (16,280 t) Length: 186 m (610 ft 3 in) Beam: 21.65 m (71 ft 0 in) Draft: 7.34 m (24 ft 1 in) Propulsion: Eight MAN diesel engines Two propellers 52,050 shp (38,810 kW) Speed: 29.5 knots (55 km/h) Range: 8,900 nautical miles (16,500 km; 10,200 mi) at 20 knots (37 km/h; 23 mph) Complement: 30 officers ,921–1,040 enlisted Sensors andprocessing systems: 1940: FMG 39 G(gO) 1941: FMG 40 G(gO) FuMO 26 Armament: As built: 6 × 28 cm (11 in) in triple turrets 8 × 15 cm (5.9 in) in single turrets 8 × 53.3 cm (21.0 in) torpedo tubes Armor: main turrets: 140 mm (5.5 in) belt: 80 mm (3.1 in) deck: 45 mm (1.8 in) Aircraft carried: Two Arado Ar 196 seaplanes Aviation facilities: One catapult Admiral Graf Spee was a Deutschland-class heavy cruiser (originally termed Panzerschiff or armoured ship, sometimes referred to as "pocket battleship") which served with the Kriegsmarine of Nazi Germany during World War II. The vessel was named after Admiral Maximilian von Spee, commander of the East Asia Squadron that fought the battles of Coronel and Falkland Islands in World War I. She was laid down at the Reichsmarinewerft shipyard in Wilhelmshaven in October 1932 and completed by January 1936. The ship was nominally under the 10,000 long tons (10,000 t) limitation on warship size imposed by the Treaty of Versailles, though with a full load displacement of 16,020 long tons (16,280 t), she significantly exceeded it. Armed with six 28 cm (11 in) guns in two triple gun turrets, Admiral Graf Spee and her sisters were designed to outgun any cruiser fast enough to catch them. Their top speed of 28 kn (52 km/h; 32 mph) left only a handful of ships in the Anglo-French navies able to catch them and powerful enough to sink them. The ship conducted five non-intervention patrols during the Spanish Civil War in 1936–1938, and participated in the Coronation Review for King George VI in May 1937. Admiral Graf Spee was deployed to the South Atlantic in the weeks before the outbreak of World War II, to be positioned in merchant sea lanes once war was declared. Between September and December 1939, the ship sank nine ships totaling 50,089 gross register tons (GRT), before being confronted by three British cruisers at the Battle of the River Plate on 13 December. Admiral Graf Spee inflicted heavy damage on the British ships, but she too was damaged, and was forced to put into port at Montevideo. Convinced by false reports of superior British naval forces approaching his ship, Hans Langsdorff, the commander of the ship, ordered the vessel to be scuttled. The ship was partially broken up in situ, though part of the ship remains visible above the surface of the water.