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USS Alabama

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How does she fare in the current T8 MM situation?

Does she suffer just the same or does she have some perk/angle that helps her deal when bottom tiered?

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She does not have any preferential MM, so my guess is she suffers the same. And, she is basically a stronger neighbor of North Carolina (different class). Strong point, shells gonna chunk anything they land on for most cases, if you can land them on proper places. Good concealment and monstrous AA are two other plus sides. She is untouchable by CVs lower than T9s if you AA spec. Handles fantastic, turns on a dime. Play as a support battleship with the main pushing fleet when bottom tier. You wont last at all against high tier HE spam from anything.

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1 minute ago, icy_phoenix said:

She does not have any preferential MM, so my guess is she suffers the same. And, she is basically a stronger neighbor of North Carolina (different class). Strong point, shells gonna chunk anything they land on for most cases, if you can land them on proper places. Good concealment and monstrous AA are two other plus sides. She is untouchable by CVs lower than T9s if you AA spec. Handles fantastic, turns on a dime. Play as a support battleship with the main pushing fleet when bottom tier. You wont last at all against high tier HE spam from anything.

K. Cool. I would like her. Was asking because she is on sale. But I checked my pennies and I can't afford her.

Thanks for info as always.

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Don’t forget that 50% torpedo belt as compared the the NoCal’s 19%[?]

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