World of Warships – The Battlin’ BB-55

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  1. Ah, the North Carolina. My beloved tier VIII battleship. I love this thing.

  2. actually jingles iowa uses super heavy ap

  3. Dear NC player, please use premium consumables. Do it at least for your
    team! Everybody expects in ranked.

  4. Last N.Carolina should have stayed behind the island. Would have won on

  5. 2:13 I love when this happens in game and you get to hear that beautiful
    fog horn

  6. 2:40 Rush B! Rush B!!!

  7. jingles, im suprised you did not feature a USS iowa replay or review yet

  8. I’ve actually went to the real NC Battleship :)

  9. TFW you’re left 1v1 with so little HP you’ll be sunk if the other guy looks
    at you funny…

  10. Bravo Company Major Nelson

    ZWgats the setting so I can see the rings of efficacy of my AA guns

  11. i’ve gotta admit, it was looking like he was going to lose about half way
    through the game

  12. The AP shell velocity on the North Carolina is also pretty garbage, it is
    more than 100 m/s slower than the HE shell velocity.
    Really painful on longer distances.

  13. Oh hey, an ACTUAL Battleship this time. Not another super-fat cruiser
    pretending the be a battleship like from a few replays ago.

  14. An I see you and that USS North Carolina. If you ever come down to
    Wilmington in North Carolina, you ‘ought to give her a visit

  15. The North Carolina is so fucking good. It’s one of the ships that I won’t
    want to get rid of, when it comes time to upgrade. Great replay.

  16. 2:42 cyka blyat

  17. i miss seeing these brawls, used to actually be common for 4-5 battleships
    to be in a big old knife fight.

  18. The armor on the North Carolina class was not the result of a tradeoff of
    armor for speed, it was result of a clause in the Washington and London
    Naval Treaties, known as the escalator clause. The treaties limited the
    participants in the treaty to 14″ guns, however, if any of the parties
    withdrew from the treaty, the remaining participants were allowed to design
    ships armed with 16″ guns. Part of the USN All or Nothing armor scheme was
    that battleships were armored against the guns they were equipped with.

    The North Carolina class was originally planned to carry 14″ guns in
    compliance with the treaty, however, when the Japanese pulled out of the
    treaty system, the escalator clause was invoked, and the North Carolina
    class was redesigned to carry the larger caliber guns. However, it was too
    late to change the armor scheme to protect against the heavier guns while
    still complying with the ship tonnage limitations, and so the North
    Carolina class was completed with armor to protect them from 14″ guns.

    The following South Dakota class was designed to comply with the treaty and
    still be protected against the 16″ gun. (The Iowas were designed after the
    treaty system had collapsed due to the war, and were effectively not
    limited in displacement by any treaty.)

  19. I would’ve thought you’d be more excited to be left at home with access to
    so much pussy.

  20. How come i never get to play with you Jingles!? 🙁 :(

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