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Now they are in every port, how do I disable the ARP ships? Seeing them in port is one thing, but having their cammo visible in every game is something I dont want. I've looked through the game settings but can't find anything that will allow me to do this. I dont want to see them in game. Thanks in advance.

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Now they are in every port, how do I disable the ARP ships? Seeing them in port is one thing, but having their cammo visible in every game is something I dont want. I've looked through the game settings but can't find anything that will allow me to do this. I dont want to see them in game. Thanks in advance.

 

There's and option to deselect the silly ships in the ship display/carousel selector

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What is an 'arp'?

 

I tried to search in the forum, it says less than 4 letters, not telling!

 

If I'm not wrong it means ARPEGGIO.......

 

Even I don't know what it is..... 

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ARP is short version of Appeggio.

Full name is: Appeggio of Blue steel (蒼き鋼のアルペジオ Aoki Hagane no Arupejio).

It's manga in japan (comic book in term of US), which adapted to animation (cartoon in term of US).

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Ok got it thanks....

 

But In terms of ww2 it stands for Air Raid Precautions, so, that's why it was confusing?

 

 

 

These kids here won't ever understand that.

Many are man child cartoon lovers, know very little about naval warfare and WoWS is pretty much their only exposure to warships :)

 

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<I'm in Perth - I take it you're in Sydney?>

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These kids here won't ever understand that.

Many are man child cartoon lovers, know very little about naval warfare and WoWS is pretty much their only exposure to warships :)

 

OH PLEASE, SHARE US YOUR KNOWLEDGE ABOUT WARSHIPS SINCE YOU SEEM LIKE YOU KNOW A LOT MORE THAN US

 Apparently I've misjudged you, I thought you were actually nice with just a hate for anime

 

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These kids here won't ever understand that.

Many are man child cartoon lovers, know very little about naval warfare and WoWS is pretty much their only exposure to warships :)

 

Tee

<I'm in Perth - I take it you're in Sydney?>

 

Yea, I'm in Sydney.

 

I don't know about "these kids here", but i came across WOW while looking for naval history on YouTube.

 

I find that Australian naval history is a little vague, for example, you wont find any report on Australia's exact forces at the start of ww2! And how it expanded as the war progressed? How many ships did we have by the end of the war? No information.

 

All i know is that Perth was sunk at Sunda Strait and Canberra was sunk at Guadacanal.... but Canberra barely exists as far as online information is concerned, but plenty of stuff on Perth.

 

Probably Perth is well known only because it was sunk along with the Houston... if no American ship was involved, it would just be another unheard of Australian ghost.

 

Oh and just try to find out the exact number and composition of ships in 'Macarthurs navy'? Nothing.

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These kids here won't ever understand that.

Many are man child cartoon lovers, know very little about naval warfare and WoWS is pretty much their only exposure to warships :)

 

Tee

 

idk man, every time I see your reply on the forum threads, I feel like "Australia better have a different server than Asia". Yes, you have real life naval experience, and yes we are gamers. And no, we don't care about what elitists think about the world. Peace.

 

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Yea, I'm in Sydney.

 

I don't know about "these kids here", but i came across WOW while looking for naval history on YouTube.

 

I find that Australian naval history is a little vague, for example, you wont find any report on Australia's exact forces at the start of ww2! And how it expanded as the war progressed? How many ships did we have by the end of the war? No information.

 

All i know is that Perth was sunk at Sunda Strait and Canberra was sunk at Guadacanal.... but Canberra barely exists as far as online information is concerned, but plenty of stuff on Perth.

 

Probably Perth is well known only because it was sunk along with the Houston... if no American ship was involved, it would just be another unheard of Australian ghost.

 

Oh and just try to find out the exact number and composition of ships in 'Macarthurs navy'? Nothing.

 

There's a book, titled "HMAS Canberra: Casualty of Circumstance", that goes into details about her service, prior, during and her loss in WW2.

 

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There's a book, titled "HMAS Canberra: Casualty of Circumstance", that goes into details about her service, prior, during and her loss in WW2.

 

Tee

 

Cool.... also be nice to see something on it in the historical section on this forum, well there might be but i could not find anything?

 

Also i think there was an aircraft carrier called the canberra? ..... all i know about that ship was that it ran over HMAS Vampire.... now the Vampire there is lots of information, but the Canberra aircraft carrier??? wow, white noise on steroids!

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Cool.... also be nice to see something on it in the historical section on this forum, well there might be but i could not find anything?

 

Also i think there was an aircraft carrier called the canberra? ..... all i know about that ship was that it ran over HMAS Vampire.... now the Vampire there is lots of information, but the Canberra aircraft carrier??? wow, white noise on steroids!

 

The forum has a historical section but that's player driven, i.e. posts and replies from players. It's actually not too bad for us armchair admirals. There's some cluey people there and a couple regulars who post amusing articles on particular ships, with a slant towards relating it to "gaming" terms.

As it's quite a "dry" forum, there's less references to non-naval history stuff and the posts/replies have a really good vibe to them.

 

It's just a pity it's not as busy.

 

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Cool.... also be nice to see something on it in the historical section on this forum, well there might be but i could not find anything?

 

Also i think there was an aircraft carrier called the canberra? ..... all i know about that ship was that it ran over HMAS Vampire.... now the Vampire there is lots of information, but the Canberra aircraft carrier??? wow, white noise on steroids!

 

Because there never was an aircraft carrier commissioned under the name HMAS Canberra.

 

 

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Because there never was an aircraft carrier commissioned under the name HMAS Canberra.

 

 

 

Huh, just looked it up, remembered the right name, then in the two seconds it took to come back here, brain says its canberra again! ....now, managing to fight my way past brain stupidity it is the carrier Melbourne!

 

So also since brain lied about 'canberra', thought i better check 'Vampire' ... yep, wrong as well! It was Voyager! and i did not know Melbourne also rammed a USN destroyer USS Frank E. Evans

 

Is it so common for large ships to strike their escorts?

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Huh, just looked it up, remembered the right name, then in the two seconds it took to come back here, brain says its canberra again! ....now, managing to fight my way past brain stupidity it is the carrier Melbourne!

 

So also since brain lied about 'canberra', thought i better check 'Vampire' ... yep, wrong as well! It was Voyager! and i did not know Melbourne also rammed a USN destroyer USS Frank E. Evans

 

Is it so common for large ships to strike their escorts?

 

Big ships don't stop or turn quickly, it's up the escorts to not stuff up and stop/turn in front of them

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