World of Warship: Henri IV, Playing It Smart

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A random battle played by bino1980 in the Henri IV.


  1. Im first for the first time? Feelsgoodman…

  2. Wargaming also has their own official modpack that they release. It’s the one i tend to use, I mean if Wargaming is compiling it, I like to think the mods in it are legal lol

    • I am using modpack form Aslain. This modpack is totally legal. Correct me if not

    • +bino1980 AFAIK the stuff in Aslains is fine. but I’m not a WG employee or anything. There’s been some mods in the past that fell into Gray areas and some confusion. I used to use Aslains as well. miss the historical flag mod the most.

  3. guessing harugumo game / PC crashed?

    • guessing by hidden stats he performs like this quite often

    • +Edi J Yea just check peeps stats, if they are hidden there’s usually a reason, HOWEVER I’m not sure why anyone would go afk in a T10 ship though? No advantage that I see, unless the house is on fire or his significant other went into Labor? 🙂 At T10 something probably went wrong, whats the plus t you to do that?

  4. He called him a coward, because he wouldn’t let him kill him to win the game.. “REALLY” it’s not his job to engage a BB with more HP, to prove a point.. Its his job to win the game, sounds like you are a “SORE LOSER”???

  5. GG Cruiser demi god 🙂 Cruisers are the best ships in the game. I think that Mogami at the beginning must be a BB main, perhaps an alt of the Bismark and he was boxing? 🙂

  6. Aetam, I think he has an ultrawide monitor.

    • I never thought about that, no idea how that influences a replay to be honest. Since the replay is running on my client it uses my settings, resolution, quality,… But maybe the different fov in ultrawide does change things.

    • +Aetam yeah, I see too many replays have this “wierd viewing angle”, making me think it may be a hardware thing amd not software. Could still be mods though.

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