WoWS: Get the Southern Dragon Myoko! (ASIA)

Remember these skins and those captains?

NA & EU server will follow up this Lunar New Year Event in late January too, according to the officially released calendar.

There Be Dragons!

Prove your worth on Lunar New Year in ships of four nations! You’ve got a full month to show your skills and impress the Southern Dragon. Can you earn her favor and bring her to Port?

Event Start: 20/01/2017 @ 14:00 UTC+8
Event End: 20/02/2017 @ 14:00 UTC+8

Combat Missions

Lunar New Year: US

Earn 20,000 base EXP over any amount of Random or Co-Op battles.

• Must use a tier V or higher US ship.
• Once per account

Rewards

Dragon Flag x 5

Lunar New Year: Japan

Earn 20,000 base EXP over any amount of Random or Co-Op battles.

• Must use a tier V or higher Japanese ship.
• Once per account

Rewards

Dragon Flag x 5

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112 Available on EU, FV4202 (P) on NA

EU:

Get it as part of three different offers, available exclusively in the Premium Shop from 20 January at 06:00 until 27 January at 06:00 CET (UTC+1).

Special Offers

112 Standard

€38.49

112 Ultimate

€49.99

112 Supreme

€99.99

  • 112
  • 1 Garage Slot
  • 112
  • 1 Garage Slot
  • 2,800 Gold
  • Bonus: 15 Missions – x5 XP for a Victory
  • 30 Personal Reserves: +100% XP for 1 hour
  • 112
  • 1 Garage Slot
  • 12,000 Gold
  • Bonus: 30 Missions – x5 XP for a Victory
  • 30 Personal Reserves: +100% Crew XP for 2 hours
  • 30 Personal Reserves: +100% XP for 2 hours
  • 1 Vertical Stabilizer Mk 2
  • 1 Large-Caliber Tank Gun Rammer
  • 1 Enhanced Gun Laying Drive
  • 25 Large Repair Kits
  • 25 Automatic Fire Extinguishers
  • 25 Large First Aid Kits

NA:

FV4202 (P) Bundles

Available January 19, 03:20 PT / 06:20 ET
Ends January 30, 03:20 PT / 06:20 ET

$33.99
FV4202 (P)

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$49.99
FV4202 (P) Fully Loaded


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+FREE

  • 1x Vertical Stabilizer

$69.99
FV 4202 (P) Ultimate


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  • VIII FV4202 (P)
  • 3,000,000 Credits
  • 1xImproved Ventilation
  • 1xVertical Stabilizer
  • 1xGun Rammer

+FREE

  • 4,000 Gold
  • 1xGarage Slot

WoWS: TAP Insider News (20-I-2017)

– The new Soviet destroyers you are seeing now are just part of first sub-branch, second sub-branch will come later; and no, stop thinking about missiles.

– Testing Mutsu, I heard she got some changes, we’ll see in supertest. And Alabama for normal users, too.
-USS Black is back in 0.6.1. I do not know what they plan to do with her. USS Black has Surveillance Radar of Baltimore. She carries the strongest torpedo armament yet the slowest torpedo speed among USN destroyers: 21,600 damage per torpedo, 43 knots, 13 km hitting range.
What made her only OP because she is part of the reward ships like Flint.

Unique Romanian Armor – Part I: Vânătorul de Care R35

Prospective buyers

Before Romania’s involvement into the 2nd World War, its Army had been trying to establish a solid effective tank corp for decades. At the time, Romania was only armed with measly Renault FTs. British Whippets, Disston tractor tanks, Polish 7TPs, Czechoslovakian V8Hs, etc had all been explored as possibilities. However, questionable offers, 3rd party involvement, unfair agreements, lack of interest and so on had meant that none of them entered service with the Romanian Armed Forces.

A Vânătorul de Care R35 with the turret traversed to the rear sitting seemingly intact in Znojmo Railway in 1945. Source: AFV Photo Album: Volume 2
A Vânătorul de Care R35 with the turret traversed to the rear sitting seemingly intact in Znojmo Railway in 1945. Source: AFV Photo Album: Volume 2

Tensions between European nations and Romania’s neighboring countries became even more clear. Consequently, trade agreements by Romania were created, particularly with the French and Czechoslovakians. The initial trade negotiations between the Czechoslovakians involved LT vz. 35s and AH-IVs. As a result, 126 LT vz 35s and 35 AH-IVs were bought in 1937 and redesignated as the R-1 (AH-IV) and the R-2 (LT vz 35). Additionally, the R-1 was chosen as the first vehicle to be made by the Romanians, but the German occupation of Czechoslovakia extinguished this prospect. Between the French and Romanians, negotiations were deeper. There were discussions about the production of two-hundred R35s in Romania by Franco-Romanian factories and factories owned by the infamous Romanian industrial tycoon, Nicolae Malaxa.

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