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  1. With plenty coming in development, which line do you want to see developed next? Coming with a fair bit of bias here, one of my all-time greatest pains is the emptiness of the Commonwealth "line" on the tech tree. It was a discussion I had last night, and some interesting suggestions came up. After a bit of further work, there is an incredible wealth of Warships historical 'talent' that could be added to make the Commonwealth line a little less 'bare'. Commonwealth: India, Canada, Australia, New Zealand India HMIS Kistna, HMIS Jumna - Black Swann-class sloop/cruiser HMIS Assam - and all the other Corvettes (commonly used in all Commonwealth navies, including Australia) Canada HMCS Uganda/Quebec - Crown colony class cruiser HMCS Ontario - Minotaur-class cruiser Frigates/Cruisers - multiple River-class Cruisers/Frigates + many more Australia HMAS Canberra, HMAS Australia - County-class heavy cruisers, Canberra with a very special history. HMAS Adelaide - Town-class cruiser HMAS Vendetta - and the other V and W-Class destroyers HMAS Yarra - Grimsby-class sloop/cruiser NZ HMNZ Gambia - Fiji-class cruiser HMNZ Achilles - Leander-class cruisers New Zealand mainly took hand-me-downs from the UK, but certainly that adds a lot of relevance here.
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