World of Warships – A Game of Throws Season One Episode Eleven

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11 Episodes of the show that never fails to not fail. The season finale must be fast approaching!

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52 Comments:

  1. World of Warships video with World of Tanks intro. Love it

  2. Tank intro to warships – the ultimate throw

  3. The Mighty Jingles

    Hope you all enjoy the deliberate error in todays’ video. Yeah, that’s what it was. A deliberate error. Nothing to see here, folks!

  4. Gimli *falls off horse*, “It was deliberate, it was deliberate”.

  5. “Well actually, Jingles, it’s clearly a welcome to World of Wartanks.”

  6. the intro threw my sleep-riddled brain quite the ways off. Please don’t ever change Jingles.

  7. Haynes King Burner

    WoT intro, Maybe the most jingles moment to date.

  8. Jingled what sort of seasons can we expect here? 11 episodes for season 1 is quite the entry

  9. Actually Jingles, it is not so uncommon for DDs at T5 to not have 10 points on commander. On low tiers do not take for granted, that DD has maximum potential concealment.

    • @NorbertBlackCat Find a ship you like a lot and do well in and concentrate on that. When you get free premium time, put it to good use with your best ship(s) to grind out that silver. Don’t waste your coal, steel, or rare free doubloons. It takes a lot of grinding but you can get some great ships with those resources.

    • @NorbertBlackCat World of warships is steadily heading into a shallow grave, you’ll be better off spending your time elsewhere ESPECIALLY as a F2P player.
      With the introduction of a battle pass into WoWs, it’s becoming more and more P2W, in a sense that the grind for a F2P will be significantly harder.

    • @NorbertBlackCat How do you not have a 10pointer commander on T9-10 ships? The core idea is to take your captain with you from lower tier to higher ones and train him as he progresses. By the time you reach T10, you should have easily like 15-17 commander points and especially for DDs and cruisers your first 4points skill is concealment upgrade.

      As a F2P I know your fight and it is hard. But there is an easy solution for your credits problem – play ranked and ALWAYS take coal (resources) containers for daily rewards. Even with 2/day it is still min. 800 coal guaranteed (with other missions more like 1000 a day) and in a year you can have brand new T10 coal ship. Or just do yourself a favour, buy yourself a T7-8 premium you like for coal and grind operations. Use boosters whenever you get a premium time to earn more.

      By grinding ranked, you get dubloons and steel. Current silver season is great for Lazo (T7 cruiser). 83k coal is not much and if you do not plan to buy more till december, just use coupon for additional 25% discount. Permabonus on top of premium statud is great for earning money and training captain(s), though RU ones only. Ranked has a good value of getting you dubloons. Mind one thing – permabonus for TX to earn money reliably costs 4800 dubs. You earn these by 200 (400 for rank 1) in bronze, 400 (600) in silver and 800 per gold in each sprint. With your ships and even with mediocre abilities, getting to silver league (in at least 2nd sprint) and playing it repeatedly every 14 days for 5 sprints will/can grant you 400 (bronze 1) + (400+400 bronze+silver) + 400 + 400 +400 dubs with potentially 4×200 dubs for silver 1 each time, resulting in 2400-3200 dubloons per season. (in gold even more of course). Obtaining a bonus package for a TX ship is the best investment you can currently do in game (and has been so for a looooong time as a F2P option). Premiums have them inbuilt, but they cost a lot.

      You also should have a T7 Huron in your port currently as a mid reward for PR dockyard event, so playing with it also helps a lot with credits, though commonwealth captain won´t be of much use now. But new lines are coming in and in the end you can have a pretty nice headstart with it 😉

    • ​@Jan Mitiska
      There are two main reasons why I don’t have 10-point campatins on my T9-10 ships:
      – I only just bought my first ever T10 and coal ship, the Moskva, without ever touching the Soviet tech tree
      – I was “brought up” in a Wargaming playerbase where we kept the captains and crews on their original vehicles or vessels. So when we bought something new, it received a new crew or a new captain. This might sound stupid from a competitive perspective, but we usually stuck to tiers VI-VIII in both WOWS and WOT because these mid-tiers are more rewarding. More fun and a lot less likely to break your bank. High tiers aren’t all that fun in either games, at least to our opinion.

      And this latter reason is why I only have a 9-point captain on my first ever T9, the Friedrich the Mediocre.

    • @Jan Mitiska and regarding your tips, thank you 🙂 the only real issue is that I don’t really have all that much time after work – and I can’t play every day, so it’s really a limited amount of time – and it completely kills my mood when I simply get shat on in these games, so much so that I’m tempted to not play another battle.

      Obviously it doesn’t help that on Youtube you only really hear about and see games with amazing results, so your expectations get high that you should also be able to do that well, then reality bursts your bubble.

  10. What a finish.
    Congrats iron duke. You have earned yourself the title, throw hardest.

  11. BarnacleCollector, my old clanmate. Great lad and one hell of a player! Carried our clan many many times in Clan Battles

    • one thing is what BC said. The other thing is what the Mutsuki did. If he reversed into the Cap from the North everything would’ve been fine. Sure, he was out of his comfortzone but if noone gonna tell him he will never know. So, instead of being a turd, rethink the situation. In EvE i gave a lot of advice to new Player after we had a fight (the same happend to me). We always had a good talk. Sadly Wows doesnt have such a Com.

    • @Tearnofear I love EVE but, I suck and that is after 3 years of playing!

    • @Paul Vamos i was still a pleb after 7 years of very active playing 😀 only did PvP so that was the thing i knew the most

    • @Foxi! From my point of view, BarnacleCollector tried to give good advice to the Mutsuki. In my book, I think the Mutsuki has no idea in WoWS about how things work.
      1) He tried dodging deep water torpedoes.
      2) Was afraid to get spotted by a Jianwei despite a Mutsuki can easily out-spot them.
      3) Charged a light cruiser in a Mutsuki.
      Did BarnacleCollector act like a bit of a backseat driver? Maybe. Is the Mutsuki a bit of a jerk for how he reacted? Yes.

      Overall I think the Mutsuki needs to understand this quote overall from famed Asian General Sun Tzu.
      “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”
      And for Barnaclecollector to understand that being you can try to be helpful, but not all people will appreciate your advice.

      I’ve been there myself, I did competitive fencing up to my collegiate days. I had a confrontation with a team mate (was the captain of my team) when I told them to run the clock out against a very skilled fencer on a very skilled on the opposing team when my team had a decent lead 33-40. Dude tried to go for glory and we lost 45-42. Had a shouting match/confrontation with the guy for costing the team an easy win, learned that there will be people who could care less about the team and more about themselves.

    • @Tearnofear I’m an Explorer that couldn’t figure out how to fly my ship for over a year!🤣

  12. Geoffrey Richardson

    With team mates like the Iron Duke, who needs enemies.

  13. You know you’re doing well when the enemy team starts to cheer you on halfway through a game.

  14. Didn’t know Giulio was a Spanish ship! Learning new stuff with Jingles, thanks!

  15. That finish was glorious and did not disappoint.

  16. Proper Leeroy Jenkins moment by the Iron Duke, love it

  17. YOU KNOW ITS GAME OF THROWS WHEN BOTH TEAMS MANAGE TO THROW…
    first Nagato and Rooke push relentlessly into the jaws of doom
    then, Iron Duke returns the favor

  18. 5:18 you can hear one of his cats purring, so nice to hear

  19. Bjørn Eirik Størkersen

    The finish was just as mindboggling as the intro

  20. Congratulations, Diggadiedog, forever immortalized as an absolute pro thrower.

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