World of Warships

#101

Sometimes a match is just a bit of a slow burner. It takes a while for anything interesting to happen and you feel like someone sent you the wrong replay file by mistake. Sometimes they do, it happens. Not this time…

#102

Every week when Friday rolls around, the Weekend Warriors are unleashed upon the game servers and everyone else with any sense retreats to their foxhole until the smoke clears and they’ve all gone back to work.

#103

Carriers. Dirty, filthy sneaks, all of them! Might be a good idea to get an understanding of their tricks!

#104

There’s an old expression in the English language. He who laughs last, laughs longest…

#105

He’s back, and he’s not rushing the middle on Two Brothers. I don’t know if I should be relieved or disappointed…

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#106

It’s been said that World of Warships is the thinking mans’ version of World of Tanks. It may be that some men need to think a little harder…

#107

You try to be constructive and not just laugh at people for the sake of it, but some players really don’t make it easy.

#108

Once considered overpowered, with considerable power creep since its release the Gremyashchy is now merely very good. Today, it’s going to need to be.

#109

Famous within the World of Warships community for his even temper, forgiving nature and love of weeb music, Flamu takes the Sovetsky Soyuz out for a cruise…

#110

In which I finally realise what day it is and Geodux in the Minsk shows the enemy team what the cap circles are there for.

#111

In which we explore the consequences of being an asshat and see what we can do about setting damage records in the USS Atlanta.

#112

In World of Warships, as in life, there’s a right way and a wrong way of doing things. Unlike in life, World of Warships tries to idiot-proof things by colour-coding good things green and bad things red, but the internet always seems to keep coming up with better idiots…

#113

On March 28th 1941, the Regia Marina met the British Mediterranean Fleet in what would be the worst naval defeat in Italian naval history.

#114

Barn. Broad side of. A large, immobile target. Something that the Großer Kurfürst would struggle to hit at any range. Even from the inside.

#115

Wham, Bam, Thank you Yam