In World of Warships there are now a huge number of ships you can choose from, each nation has its traits and what it specialises in. The trick is to finding out what they are and how best to use them. While I haven’t managed to test it these are the traits I think the German Battleship Line has and hopefully I can master them to take advantage of it.
The Secondaries. This is all because I am having trouble aiming and would like some reliable source of damage when I am panicking and up close and personal. Meaning when I’ve positioned badly or been left alone by my time which does happen, I want to be safe in the knowledge that I have some automatic firing going on. Now, are they that effective? Probably not otherwise everyone would be doing the same thing however due to my situation I think this playstyle might suit me.
As I play more of this game, I’ve slowly come to realise that I am too slow on spotting enemies to let alone aiming at them and picking a class and nation that specialises in the use of secondaries might work to limit my weakness. I am not under any illusion though this isn’t going to fix my problems and I do need to get better at my weaknesses I just like the idea of a ship that can take care of some of it or at least alert me better to the dangers as it could instantly start firing things that are 6.1km away at Tier 5 and further as you go down the line. The problem however I have found with my limited time captaining these ships is that I have trouble engaging from a distance when I do find myself in that situation as the dispersion is higher on them.
Overall though I have enjoyed the idea behind the use of the German Battleship and probably going to push it up to the Bismark just to see if I can make it work for me. That said I know that they are considered weaker compared to other Battleship nations but it is something that I want to try and I thought I’d get my thought process written down so that I can come back to it if I want to do some sort of guide or give some sort of article on my findings.