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Void Samukai

aka the Cruiser King

  • I live in the Kageryū, in Japan, in a small port in the moutains
  • I was born on February 25
  • My occupation is a cruiser designer and builder, Japanese lover, anime watcher and destructor of those who discriminate adults who watch kid's cartoons
  • I am either a cyborg fish or kirin
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  • Riddle me this: What happens when you want to build a Japanese themed cruiser but saw way too much naval anime for your own good and you are bored as s##t?

    This happens...

    Presenting my Japanese WW2 themed cruiser: ARP Ashitaka

    Ashitaka1

    A nice side picture to show the fine turret layout and torpedoes of this cruiser.

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    A bow shot to show how terrible I am at building a Takao style bridge.

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    A stern show to show the small hanger and catapults for the seaplanes.

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    • @Nimitz

      It's not like the BSCF really "inspects" the ships anyway, someone could just claim that it works in Y manner. A ship could go 20 knots ingame and you'd let it pull 40 knots because of RP reasons.

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    • Okay. Thanks. Now I can start making a realisitc looking sub without too much worry XD

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  • Everything is sparking back up!

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  • Hi, welcome to Battleshipcraft Fleets Wiki! Thanks for your edit to the Rules of Engagement page.

    Please leave me a message if I can help with anything!

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