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Is Belfast gone for ever?

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Hi

is belfast on the sale cycle or she is like missouri?

 

 

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Not for sale because "slightly" OP.

Same as Kutusov or Imperator Nikolai.

But you can get her from super and christmas containers.

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3 minutes ago, Atorpad said:

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is belfast on the sale cycle or she is like missouri?

 

 

She is 99% gone, though she *might* return on christmas sales eventually, especially if WG figure out way of rebalancing ship. For now, your best bet would be praying for RNGesus to find her in Supercrates

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8 minutes ago, Panocek said:

She is 99% gone, though she *might* return on christmas sales eventually, especially if WG figure out way of rebalancing ship

Make it Tier VIII, punching up, not Tier VII, sealclubbing down. Insta-balance.

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It is very unlikely that they change a premium ship.

 

That's OK. Give it a tweak, re-release it as HMS Sheffield (the most decorated cruiser in the RN) - 1945 build, with buffed radar and AA -  everyone's a winner. Unless you like sealclubbing, of course.

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Seriously though, can we have a replacement British cruiser crew trainer if Belfast isn't coming back? Sheffield would be a great candidate, or perhaps a tier 5 Arethusa-class (already have the model as the modernised Huanghe). Or maybe something a bit different, tier 6 Dido-class AA cruiser, Exeter or Norfolk as CAs? There's any number of interesting British cruisers with great service records, the lack of any premiums is a serious gap.

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Just now we met a Belfast in a T8 match, everybody went for it, the "Kill The Payfast" isn't over yet... :Smile_izmena::cap_rambo:

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There are ships that are easy to sink, but are very dangerous, especially to inexperienced teammates, if you let them to their thing.

 

That applies to all torpedo boats, smoke cruisers, Atlanta and partly to all US CL Tier VII+.

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hasnt some WG stuff said in (i think its called waterline) a video that they want to rebalance her and bring her back....... 

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It is unfair some players have Missouri Belfast kutuzov and specially payfast in divisions are dominating battles !

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Am 15.7.2018 um 21:04, invicta2012 sagte:

Make it Tier VIII, punching up, not Tier VII, sealclubbing down. Insta-balance.

Yes, but then it would crop up in Ranked and annoy players there.

And if they then shifted Ranked down to VII there's Flint, and Scharnhorst (to a degree)...

 

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Le 17/07/2018 à 20:29, Atorpad a dit :

It is unfair some players have Missouri Belfast kutuzov and specially payfast in divisions are dominating battles !

I think the same, some players have it, op or not, the new users cannot have it. 

I hope wg bring it both back. 

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