World of Warships – Brown Alert

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Kryten : I suggest we go from blue alert to red alert, sir.
The Cat : Forget the red. Let’s go all the way up to brown alert.
Kryten : But there’s no such thing as brown alert, sir.
The Cat : You won’t be saying that in a minute. And don’t say I didn’t alert you.

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  1. here’s me hoping this isn’t the Explosive Easter ’24 homevideo…

  2. I am glad that you are okay Jingles, and that you have a positive attitude

  3. @Kurosaki990Ichigo

    As someone who would probably have crawled under the bed for days with depression if that had happened to me, i admire your strength and tenacity to take this lightly and continue producing videos. We APPRECIATE you Jingles. Wishing you all the best from the bottom of my heart.

  4. @matthewschauenburg

    Welcome to the C-club, Jingles. We’re all tough here.

  5. I’ve read the reason that dolphins chase the ships is because they are using the ships wake to swim easier. So essentially they are hitching a ride from the ship.

  6. Bro in the sub had badjur captain … I see you there Dave

  7. My favorite Jingles is the bioluminescence of the wake of a ship at night. Just as awe inspiring as the auroras at night

  8. Dave didn’t ram him, what he actually did was scrape the barnacles off and that was the only thing holding the S-189 together.🤣

  9. @BigTallLankyDude

    5:20 “And the Dutch cruiser captain isn’t dumb enough to fall for the same old gag that the Nagato captain did, he isn’t getting caught by no torpedoes.”
    Says Jingles, as said Dutch cruiser takes a torp hit!

  10. The deck gun is classified as a secondary armament, so it would’ve worked if he pressed “P” to turn it back on.

    • @pavelpospisil2387

      Haha, exactly!

    • Yeah…. why was it off in the first place? Subs have NO AA guns.

    • @lukaszslowakiewicz9395

      @@jaywerner8415 In this game the subs have no fuctional AA guns, the german X tier sub the Type XXI has a double set of of 20mm AA guns that are historically accurate. I suppose if they were usable they would make little to none dmg to the planes in this game. So it does not matter for gameplay anyway.

    • ​@@lukaszslowakiewicz9395😂

    • ​@@lukaszslowakiewicz9395US fleet subs had at least one 20mm AA gun, even on the old S boats like Salmon. The later Gato and Balao classes added a 40mm Bofors to the mix. Balao also upped the deck gun to a 5″/38.

      Brit subs like the T class packed 40mm pompoms.

  11. “Step up to red alert!”
    “Sir, are you absolutely sure? It does mean changing the bulb.”

  12. @leonpeters-malone3054

    Can we turn this into a full time series please?

    The Brown Alert needs it’s own noise, meme.

  13. A few notes from a Casual Sub enjoyer:

    1. Subs can ONLY fire Normal torpedoes on the Surface and Periscope Depth. When they dive deep they can only fire Homing torps.

    2. Yes Jingles, that was Submarine Surveillance.

    3. No idea WHY he had his Secondaries and AA turned off. Submarines have NO AA guns, and the Deck gun on German and US subs is considered a Secondary weapon (it can shoot and is pretty accurate. Fires SAP shells). On the British Tier 10 the Deck gun is Player controlled, same for the Premium Japanese sub that is in the game.

    4. Recently Wargaming made it so Torpedoes need to travel 3kms in order to deal full damage. Any torpedoes that travel less then 2.9kms effectively count as a “overpen” for torpedos.

    • 3. “When a submarine fires its secondary gun (when not in a smoke screen), its sea detectability range increases to the gun range and stays like that (if detected) for 20 seconds even if the submarine dives.” – wiki

      I never try and test it though

    • @Norwegian_Bastard

      i have one kill with my deck gun on the jap prem sub, on another sub, and i have a ram kill in the same sub from the same game on the other sub (was first when they had just came out, only game i have in sub and sold the sub. was enough for me

    • yea its supposedly “arming range” which mean subs would be helpless at close range so they made it a damage reduction instead.

  14. 14 years ago I was diagnosed with skin cancer, I was given a 5% five-year survival chance, and I’m still here.
    Best of luck with the whole battle, a positive attitude helps, and don’t be afraid to ask for help from friends and family.
    Cheers from Tokyo!

  15. @antonyduhamel1166

    “He’s not getting caught by no torpedo” Jingles slyly says as a torpedo hits him in the bow.

    Really now, Jingles?

  16. dolphins actually do it to save energy. if you watch footage of them doing this, riding the bow wave, they hardly move their tail except to do micro adjustments. they’re essentially falling sideways and missing the ground. same thing happens with surfers. gravity is pulling them down the hill, but the wave is trying to lift them up, and because the wave is also moving forwards, it pushes them along.

  17. Jingles, I’ve watched you for 8 years now (if my math is right) and enjoyed every moment. The fact that you didnt crawl in a hole is admirable. Looking foward to many more! Kick cancer’s ass!

  18. @Iron_Blood_Enjoyer1933

    9:10 Finally seeing someone actually use the TheRussianBadger captain in one of these videos is simply wonderful.

  19. I’ve been on fishing boats where the Dolphins would ride on the bow wave like they were surfing.
    And one time, we ran across a pod of them that would leap into the air alongside the boat, spinning in the air like footballs. That was really entertaining to watch.

  20. Former submariner, and can confirm having dolphin companions going into and out of port. I was always happy to see them.

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