Eagle Eyes – World of Warships

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Here’s a something a little bit different. Don’t blame me for it, it was Trilomar’s idea and I obliged him…after a while so I really did try xD
Enjoy and have fun watching 😉

28 Comments:

  1. From one Flambass vid to another!

  2. Unbekannter Nr. 1

    08:00min., please have a stream 10fold a piece of any thing….starting with gold leaf.

  3. The start of the video was hilarious, thank you editor guy.

    Have a great day.

  4. David Chrysostom

    Should be re-titled:

    “Flambass casually discusses the minutia of eye surgery and recovery while giving the enemy team an involuntary and un-anesthetized colonoscopy”

  5. 5min, 100k without the need to endanger yourself, balanced CVs are balanced.

  6. Tbh you could have dropped those last torps slightly closer and you probably could have gotten that kill.

  7. oh yes, the challenging CV gameplay which demands skill and concentration at the highest level! ggwp dude

  8. last ennemy ships alive: a CV and a sub… that must be a sign

  9. “Try looking at the sun”, and that’s how you end up needing eye surgery 😀

  10. Flambass getting 2600 BXP while chatting about eye surgery. Almost forgot why I was watching.

  11. I agree, I had Lasik about 15 years ago and after a couple of days of eyes feeling ‘gritty’ everything was fine. Still have 2012 vision now; I see clearly at 20 units of distance what ‘an average person’ sees clearly at 12 units.

  12. i got lasik about 3 years ago from Dr.Omar Awad and it was an extremely fast procedure. everything they used to operate on my eye was some form of laser, other than that horrible tool that holds your eyelids open. also, i just got numbing drops for my eye instead of anesthesia, and i could see within 5 hours after operation.

  13. Multiple ships on this flank and mostly just Flambass in the Eagle and the poor Yammy trying to survive. Outnumbered and STILL – any ship that was targeted was decimated. Hope you all enjoy this one.

  14. so only good players who can regulary gain much more credits or whales i’ll be able to spam these disgunting ships

  15. Bloody embarrassing, isn’t it? CVs were broken in beta, broken on release, and remain so. Hs any other class soaked up so many resources, generated so much disgust and anger, and managed to remain consistently shit??
    Should give everyone loads of confidence about subs.
    ;-D

  16. @Lancejack Sage same here, once healed much less infection or complication risk in austere environments over Lasic. Absolutely worth it.

  17. I never though learning about eye surgery could make me feel I’m such a lousy player…

  18. Enemy team chat must have been raging at the Balao. No one between him and Flambass and Flambass goes and sinks 4 ships while the sub can barely get a torpedo hit

  19. @Joao Paulo Are we talking about RTS Cvs? lmao

  20. … and often the drop itself is like 50-100 bucks. Depending on how much that bottle was. I once used a bottle that had about 10 drops in it that costed 1,000 buck and my insurance paid about 800 of it.

    geez… not one teammate is willing to chase the sub.

  21. @Joao Paulo whales, signals can help a ton (aka new boosters) etc. I see a huge potential for real money spending for the ability to play these over and over again

  22. @ainumahtar How about you you try and google: “has anyone went blind looking at the Sun?” Instead of embarrassing your self.
    The “medical advice” is still the same. Just don’t do it.

  23. @Bonde7280 Maybe realizing that people don’t have a well defined length of time associated with a “peak”, would help you understand the folly of your conclusion. You could be responsible for people damaging their eyesight. Now tell me how that is an exaggeration?
    People like you trying to be MORE correct when it serves no real purpose other than to make you look good are part of the problem. A simple change would make his statement correct… Partially blind.

  24. @Nonderyon “Partially blind” would be more accurate.

  25. @gecsus Maybe. Just Maybe. Since medical peer reviewed articles states that its an exaggeration. Then maybe it actually is an exaggeration?
    And who are you to dictate i shouldn’t say things that are factual and true?

  26. @Bonde7280 Who said you shouldn’t say things? I indicated that you should be aware of the consequences of what you say and maybe not be so self aggrandizing.

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