Soon after, the CV had free runs on me and whittled me to death. By –

“9 406 mm guns in 3 triple turrets with a modern loading mechanism to ensure a faster rate of fire than other 406 mm guns.” New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the WorldOfWarships community. Pretty much every CV game went the same. The outer belt of 180mm inclined armor continues, but behind that there are additional bulkheads with the same incline protecting the magazines.
Ah, gives me so much joy and so many lols when I hear about WG's buffing and nerfing antics now that I have sold all my ships and sacked all my captains after having had enough of this. AP bombs toke care of this BB in the end. That’s also why you don’t want to be too close to the frontline. If you want to see other horizontal dispersion formulas to compare, here is a spreadsheet that lists them all (credits to Kingpin6100).

Now obviously I cant chunk him either but I have better HE dpm in the Montana so I can easely burn him down.

The genesis for Project 82 (Russian: Тяжёлые крейсера проекта 82) began in 1941 with the requirement to design a “heavy cruiser” that would fulfill operational roles between the Kirov-class light cruisers and the then-under construction Project 69 large cruisers. Inside the bow, just above the extended belt, Slava has a 100 mm armored deck.

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In the end, no ship was ever laid down as the project was cancelled with Stalingrad and the rest after the death of Stalin. Therefore, the compromise agreed upon was the allow time for infrastructure to develop, optimistically by the early 1950s. Hotel Yankee-20% to damage received when ramming the enemy.+50% to damage dealt when ramming the enemy. For the lower part including the citadel’s athwartship, it is 350 mm thick. He believed aircraft engaging the ships would have to fly low, so a large secondary battery was not as critical. For increased brawling capabilities, some players may opt to mount Main Battery Modification 2 () to increase turret traverse speed. It is well armored with a massive HP pool, the guns are nasty and the handling is fantastic, the anti-air as well, it has on top of that the third best concealment of all tier X battleships. A final review in 1951 added a clipper bow — increasing the length of the ship by 10 meters — and the belt was thickened by 30mm. She also has the advantage of not having the nerfed AA survivability of Kremlin which loses her AA mounts when a fly lands on them.

On the sides, the upper belt is 150 mm thick while the main belt is 370 mm thick under the turrets and 350 mm thick in the middle.

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For the rest, the sides and roof are 254 mm thick and the back is 508 mm thick. Her lack of tankiness between the low HP pool and weak armor are really limiting her in that regard. Stalingrad can equip the following consumables: As a premium ship, Stalingrad comes included with Type 20 camouflage that lowers her detection radius, reduces the accuracy of incoming shells, reduces her repair costs, and increases the amount of experience she earns. But I can angle enough in the Montana so he cant chunk me for big damage. The recommended upgrades for Stalingrad are as follows: Upgrade Slot 1 provides players with two viable choices. – Despite retaining the same caliber weapons as the Gangut-class and Project 69, Stalingrad would have mounted new rifles of 61-calibers length housed in proprietary three-gun SM-6 turrets. Fire Prevention -10% to the risk of fire.The maximum number of fires on a ship is reduced to three. Me, I never used to take any of those recurring claims of Russian bias seriously, since Russian ships have been consistently less versatile than many of those of other nations (I am looking at cruisers and destroyers here, especially). References to specific designs, models, manufacturers, and/or modifications of ships and aircraft are used only for the purpose of historical consistency and do not assume any funding or other involvement in the project on the part of the holders of trademarks. The ships were planned, and in the end, no ship was ever laid down, as the project was cancelled with Stalingrad and the rest after the death of Stalin.

Proper angling with that ship allows to mitigate the damage received significantly against AP. If WG want to look like they are nerfing things but arnt, then hit the AA. Basic Firing Training -10% to reload time of main battery guns with a caliber up to and including 139mm and all secondary battery guns.

Last Stand The ship remains able to move and maneuver while the engine or steering gears are incapacitated. The Kremlin gets the record of the thickest main belt of the game!

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The face of these turrets is 550 mm thick. If the Slava is anything like the Pobeda that was reviewed by Flamu last spring, it will make the Kremlin seem less op by comparison. The Daily Bounce – WoT & WoWS News, leaks, and more! When it comes to consumables make sure you pay attention to the limited amount of DCP that you have, but it does have a lower cooldown time. Kremlin will be like Tirpitz and Musashi. After a first series of testing and a last devblog mentioning her on the 1st of August 2019, we thought that Wargaming completely abandoned her. If Steering Gears Modification 1 () was not mounted in Slot 4, it is highly recommended to mount Steering Gears Modification 2 () to improve the ship's handling. Also gives slight boost to overall torpedoes effectiveness. These guns also have a long reload and the damage per shell is the lowest at this tier for 406 mm AP shells, only 200 alpha damage higher than the 380 mm shells of the Bourgogne. The final technical design was completed and approved by 1950.