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Vigilance and Target Acquisition

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Simple question - does the skill Vigilance and Target Acquisition module stack ? Resulting in +45% warning for torpedoes or its something else ?

 

I'm thinking about stacking them on Tashkent (Udaloi), turning her into ultimate escort cruiser. Screening the fleet from torps, shooting at targets of opportunity.

Will this even be effective, if the result is +0.7 second reaction time for torps, whats the point, but if the results is bigger it may prove invaluable - especially in high tiers.

 

I cant see better skill in tier 3 for a RU dd - with the Radar coming in next patch, firing from smoke will be one dangerous proposition. So one may not need 3-4 smoke packs.

About the module - stealth module is universally usefull, but RU dds won't win a stealth contest any time soon, so why not go the other way ?

 

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Vigilance skill and Target Aquisition Module stack.

 

Vigilance and HydroAccoustic Consumable don't stack.

 

Your idea is certainly not a bad one. It will also let you charge smoked up DDs and spot them at 3km before they see you at 2km.

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I use both on North Carolina and it works marvellously for torpedo evasion, especially as NC is surprisingly agile to do so.

 

Also TASM upgrade increases proximity spotting distance from 2 to 3km, putting you in advantage when flushing out DDs from smoke or ambushes around islands.

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