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Bf 109T Kai

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No.158 Bf109T改
GreenPlane.png Carrier-based Fighter Aircraft
Effects: Firepower+1 AA+8 Evasion+4
Combat Radius: 2 (Deployment Cost: Bauxite 6)
Scrap value: Fuel 1 Ammo 2 Bauxite 6 (Unbuildable)

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Equipment Character Bf 109T Kai.png

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Refittable Class
Coastal Defense Ship Destroyer
Light Cruiser Torpedo Cruiser
Heavy Cruiser Training Cruiser
Aviation Cruiser Fast Battleship
Battleship Aviation Battleship
Light Carrier Standard Aircraft Carrier
Armored Carrier Seaplane Tender
Submarine Aircraft Carrying Submarine
Submarine Tender Fleet Oiler
Repair Ship Amphibious Assault Ship



The Bf109 was the main fighter aircraft developed and mass-produced in another country.
Also known as the Messerschmitt, it is a famous aircraft that was active in the skies of Europe.
This aircraft is a further modification of the shipboard version based on the E type. It has great air defense capabilities.


FightersFighterNight Fighter/Night Fighter are one of the main types of plane used by CV(B/L). Their main role is to bring Air Power during the 1st Aerial Stage, with their "Fighter Power" Anti-Air stat being the most important factor in this regard. Fighters are additionally needed for Aircraft Carrier Cut-Ins (CVCI) during the day Shelling.


How To Obtain

Stock equipment of: Graf ZeppelinGraf Zeppelin

From quest: D39 (choice)

Event reward for:

Updates History

  • 2015-11-18: Implemented


The lengthy development of the Graf Zeppelin meant that several versions of the Bf 109 were tested with carrier-landing equipment. The Bf 109 T-1, based on the Bf 109 E, was eventually produced in small numbers before work on the ship was halted in 1940. The Bf 109 T-2 was effectively the same aircraft minus the landing equipment, and they were used in Norway (where their short takeoff roll was useful) until the end of 1941.

See Also

Messerschmitt Bf 109T