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35.6cm Twin Gun Mount
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A standard battleship main gun.
It was ordered from the UK at the same time as Kongou. It was later produced domestically as the main gun of battleships up to the Ise-class.
It is the grand realization of long-ranged fleet artillery combat.
Main Guns are the main armement used by surface ships. Their main stats are the "firepower" and "accuracy" . They are notably required to trigger all Artillery Spotting attacks as well as some Night Cut-Ins, notably the "Double Attack" (DA).
- Most main guns come with "Hidden Fit Bonuses/Penalties", especially larger ones.
How To Obtain
Stock equipment of: Fusou Kai, Fusou, Haruna, Hiei, Hyuuga Kai, Hyuuga, Ise Kai, Ise, Kirishima, Kongou, Yamashiro Kai, Yamashiro
From quests: C32 (x6, choice)
Used to improve: 35.6cm Twin Gun Mount, 38cm Twin Gun Mount, Prototype 35.6cm Triple Gun Mount, 35.6cm Twin Gun Mount (Dazzle Camouflage), 381mm/50 Triple Gun Mount, 38.1cm Mk.I Twin Gun Mount, 30.5cm Triple Gun Mount, 30.5cm Triple Gun Mount Kai, 35.6cm Twin Gun Mount Kai, 35.6cm Triple Gun Mount Kai (Dazzle Camouflage)
- 2013-04-23: Implemented with initial game release
- 2014-07-28: Hidden Fit Bonuses added, card CG updated
- 2014-10-24: Stats increased: +14 → +15, became improvable and upgradeable to Prototype 35.6cm Triple Gun Mount
- 2016-06-01: Hidden Fit Bonuses increased for Kongou-class
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Originally being the 14-inch guns produced by Vickers, the Imperial Japanese Navy localized the gun under license and it subsequently equipped some of the earliest battleships of Japan, namely the Fuso, Kongou, and Ise classes. The final main gun firing of the Imperial Japanese Navy during the war was recorded by this gun during the Kure air raid in July 1945, where a grounded Ise, Hyuga, and Haruna fired their main guns in an anti-air role. Constantly modified and modernized throughout its lifespan, this was the very weapon that witnessed the Imperial Japanese Navy's rise and fall.