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Q：Khabarovsk. Is it the Project 24 armored DL from the 30s (not the BB from the 50s), or a varient of Pr. 47 as most people think?
A：Khabarovsk is a combination of Project 24 and Project 47.
Q：Vasteras. Is it possible to share the documentation or blueprints?
A：Unfortunately, we cannot give you any documents or blueprints we were using during the development of the ship. However, you can check the information about it in a series of Polish magazines «Niszczyciele typu Grom, Błyskawica».
A：对不起，我们不能给出我们开发这艘船时用的任何资料和图纸。但是你可以从一些波兰杂志《驱逐舰雷电、闪电 (Niszczyciele typu Grom, Błyskawica)》上获得一些信息。
Q：Mikoyan/Kotovsky. Is it possible to share the documentation on these ships?
A：Unfortunately, we cannot share any documentation or blueprints about Mikoyan and Kotovsky. But we suggest you to check information about the pre-project of Project 26 on the Internet. These cruisers were designed on the basis of this pre-project.
Q：Champagne/Henri IV: Any information on the 240mm/55 or 406mm/50 that can be shared?
A：Unfortunately, we cannot give you any information about the guns of Henri IV, because we designed these guns ourselves. As for Champagne guns, they have a real prototype. These guns were produced by the Shneider company on request of USSR.
Q：Shikishima is claimed to be A150, yet it keeps the superfiring 155mm secondaries despite the common understanding being that these would also have been swapped for 10cm/65 guns as well. Was new information found by WG in the design of this ship, or was this change made for other reasons, or is the common understanding of this design incorrect?
A：The ship’s design is not entirely based on the A150 project. Her concept was mainly developed by WG teams. The plan was to give Yamato a higher caliber guns (so to say “Super Yamato”) with some other minor adjustments.
Q：Still Shikishima: was a shielded mount for the 40mm Type 5 mount actually designed or is this a WG creation? If it was designed, is it possible to share?
A：These mounts were entirely created by us. We were thinking about AA mounts suitable particularly for the Super Yamato concept, which could be protected from explosions and other damage. Thus, these mounts were designed.
Q：Georgia/Ohio: To the best of my knowledge (or any of the numerous US BB design histories), the 18″/48 twin was not planned for Iowa Scheme IV or a Montana-like hull. Was new information found pertaining to these ships or is it simply a gameplay focused change?
A：This change was made for gameplay and balance reasons.
Q：Is it possible to share detailed blueprints or information about Pr. 84 (Nevsky)? The general characteristics and profile of the ship is known, but the armor scheme isn’t.
A：As far as we know, there are almost no blueprints and schemes of Project 84. Project works were stopped in 1955 and cancelled in 1956. By far we only have several documents, some of which may not be entirely historical.
As for armor layout schemes, they were designed by WG team, so, unfortunately, we cannot share any information about it.
Q：Odin: This ship is generally believed to be a WG design. Is there any actual design history about this ship that the community does not know about?
A：Odin was designed as one of the possible preliminary variants of a Scharnhorst type battleship (or battlecruiser). The hull is almost the same as of Scharnhorst type battleships, but main guns have a higher caliber, diesel engines and different secondaries. All in all, Odin is a pre-Scharnhorst with diesel engines and 305 mm guns.
As for detailed blueprints or schemes we used, unfortunately, we cannot share them with you.
Q：Paolo Emilio: Little is known about the claimed project UP 39. Is any information available to share or is this also a WG original design?
A：Paolo Emilio was based on the project of armored leader-destroyer offered by Italian company Ansaldo to USSR. The blueprints and documentation we used are stored in the Russian state archive of the Navy in Saint Petersburg. Besides, there were many adjustments made and our own ideas used when designing in-game concept of the ship from our side, so Paolo Emilio doesn’t entirely resemble what is described in the official documentation. Unfortunately, we cannot share any documentation or blueprints with you.
Q：Venezia’s hull is curiously close to the specs of one of the 3×3 254mm gun large cruiser designs sold to Russia in 1936 by Ansaldo. Displacement is similar (~22,000 tons), as is the propulsion plant and top speed (240,000 shp for 37 knots). Dimensions look to be similar too. Is Venezia a heavily modified version a 254mm large cruisers with a radically different armament, or is this just coincidence?
A：Venezia’s design is, in our perspective, a possible development of Italian heavy cruisers (which stopped developing after cruise Bolzano in 1933). She combines Ansaldo projects offered to Spanish Navy and various features from different light cruisers (Giuseppe Garibaldi и Luigi di Savoia Duca degli Abruzzi, Capitani Romani) and battleships (Roma and etc.). All in all, Venezia is a complete papership.
Q：With the remodelling of the US DD line, will Black get her correct bridge structure? she did not have the round bridge like Fletcher, rather the angled bridge.
A：everything possible in our world，nothing impossible
Q：Pyotr Bagration. She is a variation of Pr.65, but there is no version I could find that comes even remotely close to her weaponry and protection at the same time (closest is III-A, but that lacks a pair of 100mm guns and only has 2/3 the armor). Are you able/allowed to shine some light on this one?
A：Actually, Pyotr Bagration is not related to Project 65. She is based on operational and tactical plan prepared by the General staff of the USSR Navy in 1945. The plan, apart from other projects, included cruisers with 180-mm main guns (this was found in in the Central archive of the Navy in Gatchina, so we cannot share this documentation with you). Pyotr Bagration is a variation of such cruisers, which has rapid firing 180 mm main guns, good armor and decent AA. Main targets of such cruisers were light cruisers. However, the project of such cruisers was rejected soon, because it was decided to focus more on other heavy cruisers and light cruisers. Thus, the project of 180 mm guns cruiser was stopped and cancelled, without even having its own number assigned.
Q：Ägir. The hull matches that of the O-class, but the armament doesn’t match. Is this change based on documents that are not as available as others or was this a gameplay driven change?
A：Ägir is, in fact, Siegfried, which was based on really existing project of battle cruisers of O-class. But Agir has a different armaments. The change was based on game design requests, however, her guns exist in reality (305-mm SK C/39 http://www.navweaps.com/Weapons/WNGER_12-56_skc39.php)
A：实际上，埃吉尔和齐格飞一样是基于真实存在的O级战列巡洋舰计划。但是埃吉尔有着不同的武器。这个改动是基于游戏设计要求，不过她的火炮历史上真实存在（305-mm SK C/39）。
Q：Ludendorff/Pommern. Her hull is that of H-39, but those turrets are nowhere to be found. Again the question if it is possible to shine some light here.
A：Pommern is really a variation of H-39 battleships. Her guns are the same as on Bismark type battleships (380-mm SK C/34 – http://www.navweaps.com/Weapons/WNGER_15-52_skc34.php), But for them, our designers calculated and designed three-guns turrets which didn’t exist in reality.
A：波美拉尼亚确确实实是H-39型战列舰的一个方案。她的火炮与俾斯麦级所使用的为同一型号（380-mm SK C/34），但是，三联装炮塔是由我们的设计师计算和设计的，在现实中并不存在。