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  1. Wir sind keine Super Unicum Spieler, was wir auch nicht erwarten. Trotzdem achten wir darauf, dass jeder im Gefecht sein Bestes gibt, und fördern unsere Mitglieder wo wir können. Das ist für uns der Inbegriff von einem "Teamspiel". Die "Standing Nato Maritime Group" baut auf eine flache Führungsstruktur, mit demokratischen Entscheidungen im Clan. Wir feiern mit euch Siege und nehmen auch Niederlagen in Kauf auf dem Weg nach oben. Jeder will das Beste rausholen und sich nicht unter Wert verkaufen aber man will sich auch in guter Gesellschaft und in klaren Strukturen wiederfinden. Wir haben Mitglieder mit extrem guten, spezifischen Wissen über die Spielmechaniken Jeder hat bei uns die Möglichkeit sich bei Clanentscheidungen mit einzubringen, sei es bei Abstimmungen oder in Diskussionen Wir bieten unseren Mitgliedern regelmäßige Trainings an, auch zwischendurch können immer mal Fragen gestellt werden Unser Ziel ist es in Clangefechten oben mitzuspielen - Taifun+ Auch wir kommen nicht an Voraussetzungen vorbei: ° Deutsche Sprache in Wort und Schrift ° Headset + TeamSpeak 3 und Nutzung Dessen ° Teamfähigkeit ° Statistiken müssen vor/bei Eintritt in den Clan öffentlich sein, wir wollen ja schließlich auch wissen mit wem wir es zu tun haben ° mindestens 1000 Zufallsgefechte ° 1x T8 Schiff erspielt ° Spaß am Spiel ° eine angemessene geistige Reife Konnten wir dein Interesse wecken? Hast du vielleicht noch die ein oder andere Frage an uns? Oder willst du dir das ganze einfach mal unverbindlich bei uns anschauen? Dann nimm doch einfach Kontakt mit uns auf. Wir freuen uns über JEDEN, der ein Teil der "Standing Nato Maritime Group" werden will. KONTAKTMÖGLICHKEITEN Ansprechpartner: ScorB - Korvettenkapitän - Diplomat, Anwerber & Rekrutierer Benson96_1 - Oberbootsmann - Anwerber & Rekrutierer Ihr dürft auch gerne so im TS vorbeischauen und direkt mit uns ein Kennenlern-Gespräch führen. Macht euch einfach bei jemanden bemerkbar von den oben erwähnten Mitspielern (Flüstern / Anstupsen). TS: SNMG ja das ist die gesamte Adresse ;-) PW: SNMG Sehr gerne dürft ihr euch auch natürlich auch HIER DIREKT melden als Antwort auf diesen Beitrag oder uns hier im Forum eine PN schicken. Wir werden uns stets Mühe geben, jedem so schnell wie möglich zu antworten. Wenn es doch mal 1-2 Tage dauern sollte, dann verzeiht uns dies bitte.
  2. killerkeks5507

    Secondary Build German IFHE or DE?

    Greetings comrades, i´ve thought about the secondary build for a while now, my actual build is down below. The biggest point i´m struggling a bit is to use Demo Expert or rather IFHE. The suggestion to use IFHE is quite common but I didnt find some opinions about DE yet. Opinions or suggestions about this?
  3. Hey Leute, ich mache seit kurzem Let´s Plays von verschiedenen Spielen unteranderem natürlich World of Warships. Ich spiele meistens mit Freunden aber auch ab und zu alleine. Ich würde mich extrem freuen, würdet ihr meine Videos anschauen und eure Meinung dazu geben. Ich werde hier immer wieder Aktualisierungsposts machen. Wenn ihr Vorschläge für Spiele habt, die ihr gerne sehen wollt, postet sie hier oder schickt mir eine Privatnachricht Falls ihr lieber hier benachrichtigt werden wollt:Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/106931035288486029781/106931035288486029781/aboutYoutube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCltrus9iAtLbbIHBMEoS1ug Ich bin ein durchschnitticher Spieler, es kommen aber auch ab und zu epische Sachen zu stande. z.B 4 kills in 2 Minuten, 6 Auszeichnungen mit der Derzki oder eine sehr spannende Runde mit der Farragut in der ich einige Tier 8 Schiffe zerstört habe zusammen mit meinem Divisionsmitglied. Lasst euer Feedback da, würde mich sehr freuen, wie über ein Abo! World of Warships
  4. Yoshi_EU

    H-41 Tripple Turrets

    By the way, nobody is talking about that fact, that the German High Tier will have triple turrets rather than double turrets? This image confirmed it: http://worldofwarships-na.gcdn.co/dcont/fb/image/d09adabc-42fa-11e6-8dfc-d89d6715223c.jpg (took the img form NA server due to slightly higher resolution) Proof in the image i attached. Also the ship in the screen is not the scharnhorst, as the number of windows in the bridge, and the odd aa gun, and the form of the tower is not matching. This could explain the long reload and crappy dmg of german shells (as i complained before) What do you think about it? Should they rather balance the fire power by accuracy and reload time?
  5. Die German Warriors of Justice (GWoJ) suchen neue CW-Spieler Wir sind auf der Suche nach AKTIVEN Mitgliedern und wenn du dich angesprochen fühlst, dann schreib doch einfach unsere Clanführung an (shakerswc , TerrorTourist)! Unser Clan richtet sich aktuell auf Clangefecht aus und deswegen führen wir eine TS3 PFLICHT ein (für bessere Absprachen). Zu uns: Wir sind ein deutscher Clan der in einigen Spielen aktiv spielt. GWOJ besteht seit 10 Jahren unter der Führung von shakerswc/Sascha. Wir achten auf freundlichen Umgang, Teamspiel, Umsetzung von Zielen und gute Beziehungen zu anderen Clans. Wenn Du Spaß an WOWS hast einen Clan suchst in den Du dich einbringen willst, der aber auch Clangefechte fährt und in Übungsräume zum trainieren mitmachst. In unserem Clan ist so gut wie immer jemand da, mit dem man eine Division fahren kann? Dann bist du bei uns genau richtig. Wir sind auch auf Twitch aktiv! Aktuell sind wir ein Orkan-Liga-Clan der sich in der nächsten Season definitiv Taifun zutraut. Was wir von Dir erwarten / was Du wissen solltest, Alter: min. 18 Jahre (unser Durchschnittsalter ist: 30+) WR: min. 45% Anzahl Spiele: min. 2500 Gefechte Bevorzugt schon Erfahrung in Clangefechten. Es sollte der Wille vorhanden sein, sich an Clanaktivitäten und Clangefechten zu beteiligen, zumindest soweit dies möglich ist. In diesem Sinne, lasst die Schiffe aus dem Hafen fahren! Grüße, shakerswc/Sascha CLAN-LEADER
  6. Jankr7

    German BB 2019

    Hello guys, I feel really badly about German BBs. Since i have purchased Bismarck, I think it is probably worst BB line right now. Dispersion, weak guns, short range, they r very large ... I tried secondary build on Bismarck and it is awfull. Secondaris are very unacurate and in current meta it is hard to get close to enemy. In Bismarck most og my games are T 10 matches. I cannot fight even same tier ships. Even i stay angled to enemy I usually got hits for 7 k or more. Are tier 9, 10 better or i should go for another line ? Do u have some guides for german bbs in 2019 ? What builds do you recomend for T8 + german bbs ? Please help me ... I do not feel soo hopeless in other tier 8 bbs (I played them on my friend acount) Thank u
  7. LemonadeWarrior

    High tier German destroyers

    At this moment in World of Warships the balance is pretty on point at the higher tiers, but in my opinion destroyers are in a weird spot, especially the German DDs. See the table below: High tier destroyers Nation Tier Ship name Purpose Conc Gimmicks IJN 9 Yugumo Torpedo 5.5 TBRB IJN 10 Shimakaze Torpedo 5.6 Wall of skill RN 9 Jutland Cap cont/gunship 5.7 Hydro 3km & repair party PAN 9 Chung Mu Cap cont 5.7 Radar USN 9 Fletcher Hybrid 5.8 DF PAN 10 YueYang Cap cont 5.8 Radar USN 10 Gearing Hybrid 5.9 DF IJN 9 Kitakaze Gunship 5.9 TBRB KM 9 Z46 Cap cont 5.9 Hydro 5km RN 10 Daring Cap cont/gunship 6.0 Hydro 3km & repair party SN 10 Grozovoi Hybrid 6.0 DF and repair party KM 10 Z52 Hybrid 6.1 Hydro 6km IJN 10 Harugumo Gunship 6.2 TBRB SN 9 Udaloi Gunship 6.8 DF SN 9 Tashkent Gunship 7.4 Repair party SN 10 Khabarovsk Gunship 7.9 Repair party I am probably a bit off with the purposes I have given to some DDs. The difference between a gunship and cap contester is that a cap contester functions really well against other DDs, where a gunship doesn't. EG: It is impossible for a Harugumo to hunt down a Shimakaze. Z46 Z46 feels a bit forgotten imo. With her current concealment she will encounter ships such as the Kitakaze, Jutland and Daring. Z46 has some really nice reload torpedoes, but her shell damage output is pretty darn low. Jutland can dish out 220,32k HE damage and Kitakaze 242,88k HE damage, where the Z46 can only do 170,1k HE damage per minute. This leaves me wondering, where does the Z46 belong? They used to be darn good cap contesters, but the game has passed that stage. Okay, well they are still really good torpedo boats. Fast reloading torpedoes, which could inflict some sweet flooding damage. Wait, what, flooding damage got nerfed... Now what? EDIT: She never had a 5.6km hydro range, it was 4.7km. My bad. Z52 The hydro of the Z52 stayed pretty steady, it was around 5.94 before, or something like that and it is now 6km. While having superior hydro she also got nerfed by the flooding nerf that was brought into the game lately. Just as the Z46 she used to be a pretty good torpedo boat that could set many floodings. It used to be a reward for the low damage torpedoes. Still really good at lighting up an entire cap when you can hit the rock in the middle of the cap. Doubts I am not really sure about the German DD line. The lack of gun power used to make up for their strong hydro, but with the addition of RN DDs and the IJN gun boat line, and the flooding damage nerf, they feel really weak, especially the Z46. I think the Z46 deserves a 6km hydro as well, and that both ships should receive a buff to their torpedo reload time. Improved torpedo dispersion? In my opinion the Kitakaze, Jutland and Daring should all receive a concealment nerf. Especially the British DDs were really strong before they fixed the concealment mechanic. They definitely need to be looked at when they introduce it as a feature. Your thoughts?
  8. Hallo Kapitäne, Ich habe Heute im Spiel, mal wieder was sehr Tolles erlebt und hab es langsam satt , das ich im Spiel Punktabzug bekomme oder Pink werde, weil ich von meinen eigenen Mitspieler gerammt werde und keinerlei schuld trage. Dies ist mir jetzt Schon des öfteren Passiert was ich sehr schade finde. ! :-( Finde denn Fehler Mfg Peppi
  9. BarnabaII

    Prinz Eitel Friedrich

    Temat poświęcony, zapewne niemieckiemu "pancernikowi" premium, który nawiedzi wkrótce te wody. Choć historycznie miał to być krążownik liniowy (typu Mackensen czyli rozwinięcie typu Derffingler) albo jak po niemiecku "wielki krążownik", to tutaj staje się on pancernikiem. Co o nim sadzicie? Czy kupicie?
  10. vojtaruner

    Fan made German submarine tech tree

    Hello everybody, I have put together history and possible implementation of the German submarines in World of Warships. Please keep in mind that this is just fan made, not official news of upcoming new ships. Also I apologize for any grammar mistakes, english is not my native tongue. I would love to see submarines in WoWs, but I also don't want to destroy this game. If Wargaming wants to implement submarines in Random battles, then they need to do it carefully. Also, I think that minelayer submarines won't make it into the game. Please keep in mind, that submarine's characteristics (speed,...) are historically accurate and will be (most likely) changed. Reason is simple- speed of submarines is low and if they want to be competitive, it should be changed. However, speeds of submarines, which are showed here, are good if you want to compare submarines from different tiers. Adding submarines in game is only possible after the other issues in the current state of game are solved. It is hard to say how would look submarine branch, if it make it into the game, because there isn't any other submarine branch to compare these submarines to. If submarines would be implemented in game, I bet, that German tech tree would be the first that comes to mind. Also, if submarines come to the game, all ships should be adapted (anti-submarine warfare...). I think that submarines could have the same mechanics for reloading the torpedoes as in Halloween event. However, the maximum depth, where can be submarine submerged, could be changed from tier to tier or by upgrading the hull of submarine. At the beginning, submarines could have only 2 different depth levels, where they can be submerged. At higher tiers, for example Type VIIC or Type IX, they could have maybe 4 different depth levels. If submarine runs out of air, she would be forced to the surface, where she begins to replenish her air supplies. I start my tech tree at tier IV. Reason for that is simple. At tier IV, new players have a decent knowledge of game mechanics, so if they meet submarines, they should be capable to counter them or know approximately how to react and they know their ships quite well. Main line: Tier IV Type II Displacement: -surfaced: 254 t (Type IIA) 279 t (Type IIB) -submerged: 303 t (Type IIA) 328 t (Type IIB) Length: 40.90 m (Type IIA) 42.70 m (Type IIB) Beam: 4.081 m (both hulls) Draught: 3.83 m (Type IIA) 3.90 m (Type IIB) Speed: -surfaced: 13 knots (Type IIA) 13 knots (Type IIB) -submerged: 6,9 knots (Type IIA) 7 knots (Type IIB) Secondary armament: none (both hulls) Torpedoes: -bow: 3 × 53.3 cm (21 in) torpedo tubes (both hulls) AA defence: Short range: none (Type IIA) 1x20mm (Type IIB) Quick history: The Type II U-boat was designed by Nazi Germany as a coastal U-boat, modeled after the CV-707 submarine, which was designed by the Dutch dummy company NV Ingenieurskantoor voor Scheepsbouw den Haag (I.v.S) (set up by Germany after World War I in order to maintain and develop German submarine technology and to circumvent the limitations set by the Treaty of Versailles) and built in 1933 by the Finnish Crichton-Vulcan shipyard in Turku, Finland. It was too small to undertake sustained operations far away from the home support facilities. Its primary role was found to be in the training schools, preparing new German naval officers for command. It appeared in four sub-types. Notes: I wanted something simple to begin this branch with. That's why I've chosen training coast submarine from WWII, instead of WW I submarine. In World of Warships: There would be 2 hulls: Type II A and Type II B This is simple submarine. She is small, maneuverable with great concealment and forward facing torpedoes. She can't be underwater for long time, but she can replenish here air quickly(-> friendly towards beginners). Type II Tier V Type U 66 Displacement: -surfaced: 791 t -submerged: 933 t Length: 69.50 m Beam: 6.30 m Draught: 3.79 m Speed: -surfaced: 16.8 knots -submerged: 10.3 knots Secondary armament: 1x8.8 cm SK L/30 naval gun Torpedoes: -bow: 4x1 45 cm (17.7 in) -stern: 1x1 45 cm (17.7 in) AA defence: Short range: none Quick history: The Type U 66 was a class of five submarines or U-boats operated by the German Imperial Navy (German: Kaiserliche Marine) during World War I. The class is alternately referred to as the U-66-class or the Type UD. The class was built by Germaniawerft of Kiel to their 506d design as the U-7-class for the Austro-Hungarian Navy. The five boats were sold to the Imperial Germany Navy at the beginning of World War I when it was thought impossible for the submarines to reach the Mediterranean for delivery to Austria-Hungary. All five boats saw active service, and four sank 18 or more ships. Only U-68, sunk six days into her first war patrol in March 1916, had no successes. Two other boats, U-66 and U-69 disappeared in 1917. The remaining two U-boats, U-67 and U-70, were surrendered to the United Kingdom and were broken up by 1921. Notes: 8.8 cm (3.5 in) SK L/30 deck gun, later replaced by 10.5 cm (4.1 in) SK L/45 deck gun This is the only submarine from WWI in this tech tree (not counting premium). I wanted more WWI submarines, but I found it difficult to integrate these submarines. However, I think later, I could make alternative beggining of this branch, where these submarines could be. Why did I choose Austro-Hungarian submarine, that was in service of Germany? I wanted to prepare players for stern torpedoes. Here is only 1, but later there are 2 for example (Type IX). If you don't want to use stern torpedoes, then you lose only 20% of your fire power (4 bow, 1 stern torpedo tubes). Later, for example on Type I or Type IX, you would lose 33% of your fire power (4 bow, 2 stern torpedo tubes). This ship should prepare you for stern torpedoes on higher tier. In World of Warships: In comparison to previous tier, Type U 66 has more torpedoes, secondary armament (still, you shouldn't rely on secondaries), speed, hitpoints an can stay longer submerged. However, this comes at a cost. She has worse concealment, worse damege per torpedo hit, turning radius and takes longer to replenish her air. Type U 66 Tier VI Type I Displacement: -surfaced: 862 t -submerged: 982 t Length: 72.39 m Beam: 6.21 m Draught: 4.30 m Speed: -surfaced: 17.7–18.6 knots -submerged: 8.3 knots Secondary armament: 1x10.5 cm (4.1 in) SK C/32 naval gun Torpedoes: -bow: 4x1 53.3 cm (21 in) torpedo tubes -stern: 2x1 53.3 cm (21 in) torpedo tubes AA defence: Short range: 1x20mm C/30 Quick history: The Type I U-boat was the first post–World War I attempt by Nazi Germany's Hocheseeflotte to produce an oceangoing submarine. Only two Type IAs were built. Although the boats did not have any major design faults, they were known to be difficult to handle due to their poor stability and slow dive rate. The type was based on the design of the Finnish Vetehinen class and the Spanish Type E-1. The design later served as a basis for the development of other types of boats, primarily the VII and IX classes. Constructed by Deschimag in Bremen, the first Type IA was launched on 14 February 1936. In 1940, the boats were called into combat duty due to the shortage of available submarines.Both boats experienced short, but successful combat careers. U-25 participated in five war cruises, sinking eight enemy ships. On 3 August 1940, while on a mine laying mission near Norway, U-25 struck a mine and sank with all hands on board. U-26 carried out eight war cruises, sinking three merchant ships and damaging one British warship on its first mission laying mines. On its second war cruise it became the first U-boat during World War II to enter the Mediterranean Sea. On its eighth war cruise the boat sunk three merchant ships and damaged another ship the next day. The attack on this ship led to severe depth-charging by two British warships, including HMS Gladiolus. Unable to dive, U-26 was forced to surface where she was bombed by a Sunderland flying boat. The crew scuttled the submarine and were rescued by Allied warships. Notes: Beginning of WWII submarines (not counting tier IV) In World of Warships: In comparison to previous tier, Type I has more torpedoes with better damage, hit points and surface speed. However, she has worse speed, while submerged, worse concealment and maneuverability. Type I Tier VII Type VII A Displacement: -surfaced: 626 t -submerged: 745 t Length: 64.51 m Beam: 5.85 m Draught: 4.37 m Speed: -surfaced: 17 knots -submerged: 8 knots Secondary armament: 1×1 8.8 cm (3.46 in) deck gun Torpedoes: -bow: 4x1 53.3 cm (21 in) torpedo tubes -stern: 1x1 53.3 cm (21 in) torpedo tubes AA defence: Short range: 1x20mm C/30 Quick history: These boats, designed in 1933-1934, were the first of a new generation of German attack U-boats known, as Type VII, they were popular with their crews and very agile on the surface. They also had a much more powerful striking power than the smaller Type II's. They had 5 torpedo tubes (4 at the bow) and would carry 11 torpedoes onboard or 22 TMA (=33 TMB) mines. They also had the effective 88mm fast-firing deck gun with about 160 rounds of ammunition. Notes: Maybe she could have 2 hulls- Type VII A and Type VII B? For now, she has only one- Type VIIA. In World of Warships: Even though Type VII A has one torpedo tube less, she has better DMP, thanks to faster reload. She also has better concealment. Her speed is slightly lower, but she has much better maneuverability than Type I and more air. Type VIIA Tier VIII Type VII C Displacement: -surfaced: 769 t (Type VIIC) 999 t (Type VIIC/42) 769 t (U-Flak) -submerged: 871 t (Type VIIC) 1099 t (Type VIIC/42) 871 t (U-Flak) Length: 67,2 m (Type VIIC) 68,7 m (Type VIIC/42) 67,2 m (U-Flak) Beam: 6.20 m (Type VIIC) 6,85 m (Type VIIC/42) 6.20 m (U-Flak) Draught: 4.74 m(Type VIIC) 5 m (Type VIIC/42) 4.74 m(U-Flak) Speed: -surfaced: 17.7 knots (Type VIIC) 18,6 knots (Type VIIC/42) 17.7 knots (U-Flak) -submerged: 7.6 knots (Type VIIC) 7,6 knots (Type VIIC/42) 7.2 knots (U-Flak) Secondary armament: 8.8 cm SK L/30 naval gun (Type VIIC) none (Type VIIC/42) 8.8 cm SK L/30 naval gun (U-Flak) Torpedoes: -bow: 4x1 45 cm (17.7 in) (all hulls) -stern: 1x1 45 cm (17.7 in) (all hulls) AA defence: Short range: 1x1 20mm C/30 (Type VIIC) 1x4, 2x2 20mm (Type VIIC/42) 2x4 20mm Flakvierling 38 (U-Flak) Medium range: 1x1 37mm canon Flak M42 (U-Flak) Quick history: The VIIC was the workhorse of the German U-boat force in World War Two from 1941 onwards and boats of this type were being built throughout the war. The first VIIC boat being commissioned was the U-69 in 1940. The VIIC was an effective fighting machine and was seen in almost all areas where the U-boat force operated although their range was not as great as the one of the larger IX types. Notes: The Type VIIC/42 was designed in 1942 and 1943 to replace the aging Type VIIC. It would have had a much stronger pressure hull, with skin thickness up to 28 mm, and would have dived twice as deep as the previous VIICs. These boats would have been very similar in external appearance to the VIIC/41 but with two periscopes in the tower and would have carried two more torpedoes. Contracts were signed for 164 boats and a few boats were laid down, but all were cancelled on 30 September 1943 in favor of the new Type XXI, and none was advanced enough in construction to be launched. U-Flak Four VIIC boats were modified for use as surface escorts for U-boats departing and returning to French Atlantic bases. These "U-Flak" boats were U-441, U-256, U-621, and U-953. Conversion began on three others (U-211, U-263, and U-271) but none was completed and they were eventually returned to duty as standard VIIC attack boats. In World of Warships: There would be 3 hulls- Type VII C - stock hull - Type VIIC/42 -better surface speed, more hit points but no secondary gun (compare to VIIC) - "U-Flak"- more hit points (but slightly less than Type VII/42) - better AA defence - Defensive AA fire consumable-> more survivable against CVs - slightly worse speed, while underwater All 3 hulls would have faster reload, slightly worse concealment and more air in comparison to Type VIIA. I like, when players can choose their style of play. Type VIIC Tier IX Type IX Displacement: -surfaced: 1,032 t (Type IXA) 1,120 t (Type IXC) 1,610 t (Type IXD2) -submerged: 1,153 t (Type IXA) 1,232 t (Type IXC) 1,799 t (Type IXD2) Length: 76.50 m (Type IXA) 76.50 m (Type IXC) 87.58 m (Type IXD2) Beam: 6.51 m (Type IXA) 6.76 m (Type IXC) 7.50 m (Type IXD2) Draught: 4.70 m (Type IXA) 4.70 m (Type IXC) 5.35 m (Type IXD2) Speed: -surfaced: 18.2 knots (Type IXA) 18.2 knots (Type IXC) 20.8 knots (Type IXD2) -submerged: 7.3 knots (Type IXA) 7.3 knots (Type IXC) 6.9 knots (Type IXD2) Secondary armament: 1 × 10.5 cm (4.1 in) SK C/32 deck gun (all hulls) Torpedoes: -bow: 4x1 53.3 cm (21 in) (all hulls) -stern: 2x1 53.3 cm (21 in) (all hulls) AA defence: Short range: 1x2 20mm FlaK 30 AA guns (Type IXA) 1x2 20mm FlaK 30 AA guns (Type IXC) 1x1 20mm FlaK 30 AA gun (Type IXD2) Medium range: 1×1 37mm (1.5 in) SK C/30 AA gun (all hulls) Quick history: The Type IX U-boat was designed by Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine in 1935 and 1936 as a large ocean-going submarine for sustained operations far from the home support facilities. Type IX boats were briefly used for patrols off the eastern United States in an attempt to disrupt the stream of troops and supplies bound for Europe. It was derived from the Type IA, and appeared in various sub-types. Notes: Type IXD was significantly longer and heavier than the IXC/40. It was faster than the IXC but at the cost of slightly reduced range. There were three variants: the IXD1, IXD2 and IXD/42. Also- Tier IX is Type IX :) In World of Warships: In comparison to previous tier, Type IX has more torpedoes, better AA (but worse than U-Flak hull), more hit points, air, better secondary armament, worse concealment, worse maneuverability. There are 3 hulls: Type IXA- stock hull Type IXC- more hit points, faster reload for torpedoes, slightly more air Type IXD2-more hit points -slightly faster reload (but little bit worse than TypeIXC) -worse maneuverability and concealment (compare to both hulls) -faster on surface, slower while submerged Type IX Tier X Type XXI Displacement: -surfaced: 1,621 t -submerged: 1,819 t Length: 76.70 m Beam: 8 m Draught: 6.32 m Speed: -surfaced: 15.6 knots -submerged: 17.2 knots Secondary armament: none Torpedoes: -bow: 6×1 53.3 cm (21 in) torpedo tubes AA defence: Short range: 2x2 20 mm C/30 anti-aircraft guns Quick history: They were the first submarines designed to operate primarily submerged, rather than spending most of their time as surface ships that could submerge for brief periods as a means to escape detection. They incorporated a large number of batteries to increase the time they could spend under water, to as much as several days, and they only needed to surface to periscope depth for recharging via a snorkel. The design included many general improvements as well: much greater underwater speed by an improved hull design, greatly improved diving times, power-assisted torpedo reloading and greatly improved crew accommodations. Notes: The pinnacle of German engineering. In World of Warships: In comparison to previous tier, Type XXI has massive forward fire power (but no secondary armament), better concealment than Type IXD2, little bit more hit points (in comparison to Type IXD2), more hit points than Type IXA and Type IXC. She also has better maneuverability and more air (slightly), but most importantly - she has much better speed, while submerged. Type XXI Alternative branch If you want more agressive style gameplay. Characteristics of this alternative branch: -less hit points -less fire power and AA -much better concealment -less air, but with faster replenishment -fast torpedo reload -fast speed, while submerged Tier IX Type XXIII Displacement: -surfaced: 234 t -submerged: 258 t Length: 34.68 m Beam: 3.02 m Draught: 3.66 m Speed: -surfaced: 9.7 knots -submerged: 12.5 knots Secondary armament: none Torpedoes: -bow: 2×1 53.3 cm (21 in) torpedo tubes AA defence: Short range: none Quick history: When development began on the Type XXI U-boat in late 1942, it was proposed to simultaneously develop a smaller version incorporating the same advanced technology to replace the Type II coastal submarine. The Type XXIII had an all-welded single hull, the first submarine to use such a design. As with the Type XXI, the Type XXIII was intended to be constructed in sections, various modules being produced by different subcontractors. Of the 280 submarines ordered, only 61 entered service, and only 6 ever carried out a war patrol. Notes: In game, speed on surface would be higher. Maybe she could have freezing torpedoes (if you don't know, what it is, look at the Halloween event in 2018)? In World of Warships: In comparison to tier IX counterpart- Type IX: Type XXIII has worse speed on surface and better speed when submerged and much better maneuverability. Type XXIII has no AA or secondary armament. Type IX has more air, that replenises more slowly. Type XXIII has better concealment. Type IX has much more torpedoes, but they reload slower. Type XXIII Tier X Type XVII B Displacement: -surfaced: 312 t -submerged: 337 t Length: 41.45 m Beam: 4.50 m Draught: 4.30 m Speed: -surfaced: 8.8 knots -submerged: 5 knots (electric drive) 25 knots (HTP drive) Secondary armament: none Torpedoes: -bow: 2x1 53.3 cm (21 in) torpedo tubes AA defence: Short range: none Quick history: The Type XVII U-boats were small coastal submarines that used a high-test peroxide propulsion system, which offered a combination of air-independent propulsion and high submerged speeds. The Type XVIIA submarines were found to be very hard to handle at high speed, and were plagued by numerous mechanical problems, low efficiency, and the fact that a significant amount of power was lost due to increased back pressure on the exhaust at depth. Also, the length to beam ratio was too low, resulting in an unnecessarily high drag. All three completed Type XVIIB boats were scuttled by their crews at the end of World War II. Notes: Type XVII B shouldn't have permanent speed of 25 knots, while under water. It would be hard to kill her. In World of Warships: Same armament as Type XIII, but with slightly faster reload and slightly more air. Big difference is speed. She can have speed up to 25 knots (HTP drive), while submerged. This is little bit too much, so I think I have a solution. This speed could be achived only, if "HTP drive" consumable would be active. This consumable has infinite charges, but has cooldown of 60 seconds (+-, I can't say if it is too long or short...) and it would be active for 30 seconds (again, don't know if it is too much or too short...). Type XVII Premium: Tier V Type U 151 Displacement: -surfaced: 1,512 tones -submerged: 1,875 tones Length: 65.00 m Beam: 8.90 m Draught: 5.30 m Speed: -surfaced: 12.4 knots -submerged: 5.2 knots Secondary armament: 2x1 150 mm (5.9 in) SK L/45 deck guns Torpedoes: -bow: 2x1 50 cm (20 in) bow torpedo tubes AA defence: Short range: none Quick history: Type U 151 U-boats were a class of large, long-range submarines initially constructed during World War I to be merchant submarines and later used by the Kaiserliche Marine (Imperial German Navy). They had a cruising range of around 25,000 nautical miles (46,000 km; 29,000 mi). Notes: This wouldn't be the only premium submarine. Germany has many special submarines. In World of Warships: This submarine rely more on her secondary armament. Every other submarine has secondary armamenr more as last solution, rather then a weapon. She has more hit points, worse concealment, worse maneuverability than her tier V counterpart. Type U 151 Summary: This tech tree has can be divided into: -starting submarines for begginers -proper (and bigger) ocean submarines- Type VII -high tier submarines- big ocean submarines and agressive submarines General characteristics of this tech tree: -good mix of maneuverability, speed, hit points (exept fo alternative branch) and torpedo armament -submarines would have less hit points that destroyers-> the least hit points from game (exept for Type U 5151). However, thanks to small size and good concealment and mainly to ability to be submerged, they aren't that easy to kill. Usually, I want to compare my fan-made tech tree to other branches, but here it is impossible. If submarines would be implemented in WoWs, there would be a lot of changes: -captain skill -new anti-submarine warfare -new styles of gameplay -rework of maps One thing is certain, if we will see submarines in WoWs or not, that will reveil only the time. If I could choose only 1 submarine, that I want to play, than it would be Type VIIC - classic German submarine, robust, efficient, time-tested... German Tech tree- Submarines I will be glad if you leave your comment below. I hope you enjoyed this article and have a nice day. I apologize for any grammar mistakes, english is not my native language. Sources of information: Books: Encyklopedie válečných lodí- Naše vojsko Německé válečné ponorky 1939-1945 Websites: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_XVII_submarine https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_XXI_submarine https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_XXIII_submarine https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_VII_submarine https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_I_submarine https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_II_submarine https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_IX_submarine https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_Type_U 66_submarine
  11. 10ThousandThings

    Question about German DD shells

    Hi everyone. I've decided to add German DDs to the lines that I'm actively grinding – as opposed to the many that are just there for when I need a change. I seem to remember hearing that – in contrast to the German CAs – the DDs' HE is pretty anaemic for the class, but on a decent target the AP can do significant damage thanks (in part?) to a shorter fuse time. First of all, please do correct my if I've misunderstood something there. Second, I wondered if anyone could tell me if that's the case through the whole line, and if not, where does it start to be the case? I've tried searching the wiki on the second point, but have come up empty – possibly my fault rather than the wiki's – so figured I'd ask here. Cheers
  12. Full Metal Poi! - Yuudachi kawai desu~! Discord: FMP About us: We are a casual clan that has arisen from the depths of the seas a year ago, founded by Ichikun98. It was a stick up of people met in battles as well as those who got sucked in by Ichis awesomeness on in-game chat channel "Battle results and discussion" and joined him on his adventure. Up till now it had its best and worst moments. Now we are freshly after redesigning of the clans core, so that people can integrate more and enjoy the game together to the fullest. Our clans objective is to get better at the game as well as develop new tactics that can be implemented into the randoms and clan wars. Due to the nature of our clan, that has a weeb connection due to name. We also possess quite a lot of human resources called weebs at our disposal and facilities keeping them in tip-top condition. What FMP offers: # +54% WR , 36/50 members # A friendly community consisting of members from all over the world # Clan benefits from facilities # Mates to division with. Requirements: Being casual clan means we are not going to watch over your WR that much (At least keep it above 50%). The only general number on your profile we care is if you have over 1k battles in randoms. You need to have at least 1 T10 ship with good stats respectable to the ship type. Also we need to pump out that oil from the containers to donate to our American friends so that they wont invade us (One container a day, keeps US army away). One of other requirements is using discord as voice communicator as well as text one, to keep up to date with clan matters. ( Discord ) Also due to being open to the world, being in the clan requires you to use mostly english and understand it. What to do once on discord? Hit up the Chief (Ichi) or one of the Admirals (Bonta3000, Cr4zy, Tjntin, Panzer_FTW) to evaluate your application. Spread the poi! To the non-poilievers! Heres a small treat.
  13. Hello again British community (and everybody who uses this forum too) Some of you may know me as someone who posted months back a line split of IJN BB and BC trees; that work of mine was based on a very famous, in our forum at least, work done by three persons: @Criseox @manolojones and @imply_tha_best These three amazing people gave to us what they called the “Bola de Cristal” which means the “Crystal Ball” which future readers use for their predictions. They had a couple of them, like Russian French and Italian BBs. Sadly, our national forum was closed 15th of March this year; despite that discouraging event, the Spanish community moved to a unofficial forum and there, after a long break and a summer long of discussions and debates, we finalized the tree that very soon you all shall see. Why I say “we” and not “they”? Well that is because I joined them as my 19 birthday gift; that and the making of this very difficult although very rewarding full German capital ship line split. Hope you all enjoy it the same way as us. I’m going to post it little by little, about 2 tiers each day. Hopefully today I will be able to share with you the introduction plus tier 3 and 4. Plus, when I’m finished I’m goimg to share it to the Panzerkancker YT channel for even more “publicity”. I only ask the moderators that they do not ban me for double posting . That I and my own level of English My personal dedication to @1MajorKoenig @NothingButTheRain And all the others who had kind words for my job back in the IJN BB and BC tree Sorry But I can’t remember you all Hope you have an awesome time reading this and good luck on the rough seas! Edit: Scrap! I knew I lef one out! Thanks for the early like @ColonelPete
  14. Moin liebe WoWs Freunde Wir suchen nette Mietspieler, die lust haben ein paar runden mit uns zu fahren. Es gibt keine Pflichten. - Egal wie Alt - Egal welche Herkunft - Sprache Deutsch - Egal wie oft ihr spielt und wenn nur einmal im Jahr, dass ist egal - Spaß - Keine Pflichten - Egal wie gut oder schlecht ihr spielt, ob anfänger oder Profi - Keine Clan gefechte (vielleicht irgendwann mal, keine garantie) - Egal ob ihr lieber alleine oder mit anderen Fahrt - Es gibt schon 10% auf Schlachtschiff Wartungskosten und in 2-3 wochen auf für Kreuzer Man kann sich gerne bei mir (General__Erwin_Rommel) melden (Einmal mit 2x_ und einmal mit 1x_ geschrieben). Oder direkt beim Clan Deutsche Kaiserreichs Marine (DKRM) Mit Freundlichen Grüßen die Deutsche Kaiserreichs Marine
  15. Grüße ihr Seebären, mein Name ist Luckyrounds und ich spiele World of Warships jetzt seit der closed Beta. Meine Begeisterung und Erfahrung in diesem Spiel habe ich letzte Woche zum Anlass genommen, meinen alten Youtube-Kanal, welcher noch aus Battlefield 3 Zeiten stammt, wieder aufleben zu lassen. Auf meinem Kanal https://www.youtube.com/Luckyrounds erscheint in der Regel täglich ein neues Video zu World of Warships. Da mein Kanal auf Youtube noch in der Startphase ist, freue ich mich natürlich umso mehr über Feedback von euch. Was gefällt euch gut bzw. woran muss ich noch arbeiten? Am liebsten direkt als Kommentar zu dem jeweiligen Video. Natürlich könnt ihr mir auch hier im Forum die volle Breitseite an Kritik auf mich loslassen Ich werde dieses Topic auch dazu nutzen neue Viedeos, welche ich frisch hochgeladen habe bekannt zu machen. Grüße Luckyrounds
  16. GuderianDK

    German Tech tree

    I would love to see a German tech tree real soon... is this in any way in the works already or does that come much later?
  17. tomas144

    Prinz Eugen

    Prinz Eugen Prinz Eugen, before the atomic bomb tests (sounds interesting ,isn't it? :D) Name: Prinz Eugen Namesake: Prince Eugene of Savoy Laid down: 23 April 1936 Launched: 22 August 1938 Commissioned: 1 August 1940 Fate: Towed to Kwajalein Atoll after nuclear weapons test, capsized December 1946 Prinz Eugen's launch General characteristics: Class & type: Admiral Hipper-class cruiser Full load: 18,750 long tons (19,050 t) Length: 207.7 m (681 ft 5 in) overall Beam: 21.7 m (71 ft 2 in) Draft: Full load: 7.2 m (24 ft) Propulsion: 3 × Blohm & Voss steam turbines 3 × three-blade propellers 100,000 hp (75 MW) Speed: 32 knots (59 km/h; 37 mph) Complement:42 officers ,1,340 enlisted Armament: 8 × 20.3 cm (8.0 in) guns 12 × 10.5 cm (4.1 in) guns 12 × 3.7 cm (1.5 in) guns 8 × 2 cm (0.79 in) guns (20×1) 12 × 53.3 cm (21 in) torpedo tubes Armor: Belt: 70 to 80 mm (2.8 to 3.1 in) Armor deck: 20 to 50 mm (0.79 to 2.0 in) Turret faces: 105 mm (4.1 in) Aircraft carried: 3 aircraft Aviation facilities: 1 catapult Prinz Eugen was an Admiral Hipper-class heavy cruiser, the third member of the class of five vessels. She served with the German Navy (Kriegsmarine) during World War II. The ship was laid down in April 1936 and launched August 1938; Prinz Eugen entered service after the outbreak of war, in August 1940. The ship was named after Prince Eugene of Savoy, an 18th-century Austrian general. Prinz Eugen saw extensive action during Operation Rheinübung, an attempted breakout into the Atlantic Ocean with the battleship Bismarck in May 1941. The two ships engaged the British battlecruiser Hood and battleship Prince of Wales in the Battle of Denmark Strait, during which Hood was destroyed and Prince of Wales was severely damaged. Prinz Eugen was detached from Bismarck during the operation to raid Allied merchant shipping, but this was cut short due to engine troubles. After putting into occupied France and undergoing repairs, the ship participated in Operation Cerberus, a daring daylight dash through the English Channel back to Germany. In February 1942, Prinz Eugen was deployed to Norway, although her time stationed there was cut short when she was torpedoed by the British submarine Trident days after arriving in Norwegian waters. The torpedo severely damaged the ship's stern, which necessitated repairs in Germany. Upon returning to active service, the ship spent several months training new officer cadets in the Baltic before serving as artillery support to the retreating German Army on the Eastern Front. After the German collapse in May 1945, the ship was surrendered to the British Royal Navy before being transferred to the US Navy as a war prize. After examining the ship in the United States, the US Navy assigned the cruiser to the Operation Crossroads nuclear tests at Bikini Atoll. After surviving both atomic blasts, Prinz Eugen was towed to Kwajalein Atoll where she ultimately capsized and sank in December 1946. The wreck remains partially visible above the water approximately two miles north-west of Bucholz Army Airfield, on the edge of Enubuj. One of her screws was salvaged and is on display at the Laboe Naval Memorial in Germany. Operation Crossroads more reading: http://en.wikipedia....ser_Prinz_Eugen I hope you liked it :smiles:
  18. FazzoMetal

    Next move in my tech tree

    Hi everybody! I'm currently playing battleships in the American tech tree and I'm a bit stuck at the North Carolina. Going over tier VIII is extremely difficult and I'm evaluating what to do next: - converting experience from older BBs to speed up the path to the Iowa - using the free experience to start the Japanese BBs tech tree reaching quickly the Fuso (I really enjoyed playing the Haruna) - using the free experience to start the new German BBs tech tree I would like to do the best possible move to really enjoy my next matches in WoWs. What do you suggest me? Thanks in advance!
  19. Liste von Schiffen der Kriegsmarine http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_von_Schiffen_der_Kriegsmarine teilweise... Quelle wikipedia
  20. Die Geeks von NfG suchen noch ein paar Matrosen. Wir sind ein reinere Fun Clan und spiele nur aus reinen Spaß am Spiel. Unser Clan existiert seit 2013, und hat seien Anfang in WoT. Wir sind momentan ein kleiner Haufen der täglich in die See sticht. Unser altersdurchschnitt liegt bei 30 Jahren, was man aber nicht merkt wenn man uns mal im TS hört . Wir bieten nicht mehr und nicht weniger als alle anderen Clans, nur das wir gerne zusammenfahren und uns gegenseitig unterstützen. Ein alter von 18 Jahren solltest du allerdings schon erreicht haben. TS Pflicht gibt es bei uns nicht, aber was will man dann auch in einen Clan, wenn man nicht ins TS kommt. Wenn wir jetzt euer Interesse geweckt haben dann Kontaktiert uns einfach INGAME.
  21. G5DAFWV

    Event: Admiral Graf Spee

    Liebe World of Warships Community und Liebes World of Warships Team, vor wenigen Wochen habe ich in der Schule ein Referat über den Deutschen "Taschen-Panzer-Kreuzer" Admiral Graf Spee gehalten. Dabei ist mir aufgefallen dass das Schiff schon im nächsten Monat seine Versenkung "feiert" (zumindest fällt mir kein anderes Wort ein) und wollte mal Fragen ob es zu diesem Schiff, da es ja schon ein wenig besonders ist, ein Event geben wird. Ich meine ein Event wie es zum Beispiel bei der Bismarck gab, in der man eine Sammlung vervollständigen musste. Bitte berichtigt mich falls es ein solches Event schon gab, aber ich würde es sehr cool finden wenn es ein solches Event gibt indem man eventuell das Schiff oder eine besondere Tarnung für das Schiff Freischalten kann. Für den Fall das es ein solches Event schon gab wäre es sicherlich auch möglich ein kleineres Event zu ehren des ersten aktiven Deutschen Schiffes im Zweiten Weltkrieg auf die Beine zustellen. Vielen Dank für die Aufmerksamkeit. Liebe Grüße G5DAFWV alias Leon
  22. The German command realised that their U-boot fleet forces are to week to severely disrupt British maritime transport, on the other hand, it was clear that in short time the production of submarines cannot be increased, so it was crucial for Germany to find another tool to make it so. Germans were rapidly working on finding new weapons, and that began even before the start of the war - the intention was to surprise an opponent who would be unprepared to fight that weapon. - moored magnetic mine - laid by submarine The idea was not new and has been known from the 1918th, yet in 1930th a group of experts started working on this problem. The Kiel Institute for maritime barrage worked in complete secrecy, and under the command of maritime engineer Karl Kruger and famous physics prof. Adolf Bestelmeyer (who created the heart of the mine - magnetic exploder) the mine was finished. Bottom laying mine - known as the Schildköte - turtle mine This type of mines can only be used in shallow waters - the depth can't be over 40 m, and it suited German needs because waters around England are shallow - mostly about 20 m. Finally, on the 8th November 1939 minelaying began - mines were laid around Dover isthmus (neck). Everything was mysterious - German twin engine planes were casting mines at low altitude - it looked like they were scouting, and Kriegsmarine's destroyers, under the cover of darkness, were laying mines near the coast. Mines were laid from Scapa Flow to Dung eness. http://www.cyber-her...aways/germ1.jpg In the first days 1 Italian, 1 French and 4 British merchant ships were sunk. Right by the shore, in front of coastal batteries, several navy ships were sunk- destroyer Gipsy and patrol boat Mastiff ( 21th november 1939) and new cruiser Belfast was severely damaged - along with two old destroyers and 1 big minelayer. In the short time 33 ships were sunk ( total 82000 t ) HMS Gipsy - half submerged - sunk by mine This continued until Brits found one mine, dropped by German planes, in the shallow near the Shoeburyness - lieutenant commander bravely disarmed the mine and the secret was revealed. Now it was possible to create effective defense against magnetic mines - minesweepers were equipped with strong MF devices, dragging them behind, and safely destroying mines. Merchant and navy ships were degaussed by wrapping cables around ship's hull. Later, Germans created mines with combined exploders - acoustic, magnetic and water pressure, making mines resistant to minesweepers, but those didnt have big influence on the course of war.
  23. Hello everyone. I've come to ask about the 15 Inch (38cm) SK C/34 Naval Guns that Germany made in the mid- 1930's. - A typical average ingame is that the traverse speed of turrets seem to stay put on about 2o a second, but the german 15 inch guns were electrically powered and could have a traverse speed of 5.4o per second. - The 15 inch SK C/34 had a apparant RoF of 2.5 shells per minute, with a dispersion of 50 meters. The Warspite has 216m dispersion ive been told. Can anyone tell me if these things were true or give me a proper technical opinion on this? I dont know where to go to recieve reliable facts about these guns, and i would like to know abit more about the best naval guns Germany made in WW2. A small bonus question would be: How efficient were the FuMo 23 Search Radar as a rangefinder? Thank you if you know the answers. All i want is simply to know realistically what these pieces of equipment were capable of.
  24. Hi, I am struggling to finance all the ships I have researched by the time I got the experience to unlock them. Thus I figured I would like to buy a premium ship to speed things up vastly. My question is, what ship does earn the most credits in an average game ( I am not that great of a player ) when all factors such as shell-cost, repair-cost etc are considered? I lean to towards Alabama or Tirpitz however I am not set on any particular nation as this will be a ship ONLY to farm credits, the crew training aspect is secondary at best.
  25. Multipurpose Landing Craft "Barbe" class (520) Due to its design, provided with front and rear door, her large and robust with up to 150 tons of cargo deck, its low draft and low height, the multi-purpose landing craft available for many special tasks. Multipurpose Landing Craft L 762 SALMON momentum. The main focus is the transportation of bulky goods and particularly heavy loads, such as gun turrets, cranes and mining equipment. As part of the training support they serve as a platform for diving training, put exercise mines, guarding mine fields, serve as a convoy of vessels to conduct exercises or practice, as in 1998, the laying of Swedish and Russian army troops by sea and the implementation of evacuation exercises to prepare for emergency and disaster relief. Specifications: Dimensions (length / width / depth): 40 m / 8.8 m / 2.2 m Load displacement: 430 t Speed: 11 knots Power: 750 kW (1,020 PS) Crew:17 Soldiers Units: UNITS SQUADRON AND LOCATIONS L 762/Lachs/Spezialisierten Forces Navy / Eckernförde L 765/Schlei/Spezialisierten Forces Navy / Eckernförde Pictures: Source:
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