Japanese Destroyer Line changes

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    • Japanese Destroyer Line changes

      So I looked at the Japanese Destroyer Line and suffice to say I was very surprised by the content.

      Level One: Momi

      Level Two: Minekaze

      Level Three: Wakatabe

      Level Four: Fubuki

      Level Five: Shiratsuyu

      Level Six: Kagero

      I don't like the level six Japanese Destroyer to a degree. If anything the line should look like this.

      Level One: Momi

      Level Two: Minekaze

      Level Three: Wakatabe

      Level Four: Fubuki

      Level Five: Shiratsuyu

      Level Six: Shimakaze

      Here is my reasoning. The Japanese Destroyer Shimakaze was devilishly fast with a top speed of 40.9 Knots making it the fastest Japanese Destroyer that was built during WWII. It also had a good armament as well. It was one of the most advanced Destroyers for its time in terms of Japanese Navy standards.
    • Thor321 wrote:

      So I looked at the Japanese Destroyer Line and suffice to say I was very surprised by the content.

      Level One: Momi

      Level Two: Minekaze

      Level Three: Wakatabe

      Level Four: Fubuki

      Level Five: Shiratsuyu

      Level Six: Kagero

      I don't like the level six Japanese Destroyer to a degree. If anything the line should look like this.

      Level One: Momi

      Level Two: Minekaze

      Level Three: Wakatabe

      Level Four: Fubuki

      Level Five: Shiratsuyu

      Level Six: Shimakaze

      Here is my reasoning. The Japanese Destroyer Shimakaze was devilishly fast with a top speed of 40.9 Knots making it the fastest Japanese Destroyer that was built during WWII. It also had a good armament as well. It was one of the most advanced Destroyers for its time in terms of Japanese Navy standards.
      Yes, but there was only one of its type. I believe you need a class.
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