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Poll

What boat is the less likely to sink the fastest?

Red eagle
- 2 (11.1%)
Titanic
- 5 (27.8%)
Ocean star
- 2 (11.1%)
Freedom 90
- 7 (38.9%)
Red jet 4
- 2 (11.1%)

Total Members Voted: 16


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Author Topic: Why does my ship take forever to sink when i crash it all the time  (Read 12142 times)

moejoe123

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I tried it again and again :sleepy:   :captain:
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mvsmith

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We don’t offer Technical support for deliberately sinking ships. That is not the purpose of the simulator.
If you search the forum, you will find many posts on that subject.
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moejoe123

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Shut up :evil:
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Wave Music

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keep it gnarly

Master Captain

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--tractorman--

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Shut up :evil:

Haha, don't think you understand what things can happen
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RYAN123

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what was that for Administraters only try to help and whats the point of ship simulator if your just going to sink ships  ??? ??? and mvsmith you could of replyed   : oh thanks , ok worth a try or ok thanks for you time
NOT SHUTUP respecy the adminstrters
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Wave Music

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I don't think Mr. Coke really cares now.
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keep it gnarly

McGherkin

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I think it would be more helpful to say that damage must be equal to or greater than 70% in order for a vessel to sink.

However, this subject is frowned upon by the majority of forum members for one good reason.


Sinking vessels are in no way fun.

The closest I have been to being on board a sinking ship was in a naval simulator, and that scared the living bejesus out of me.


EDIT: Telling a moderator to shut up will get you banned. Actually, telling anyone to shut up will get you banned.
« Last Edit: April 11, 2010, 21:26:55 by McGherkin »
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--tractorman--

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Uhoh, it says he's making a poll!
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moejoe123

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CAN SOMEONE JUST ANSWER ???
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McGherkin

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Read my answer.



I think it would be more helpful to say that damage must be equal to or greater than 70% in order for a vessel to sink.

However, this subject is frowned upon by the majority of forum members for one good reason.


Sinking vessels are in no way fun.

The closest I have been to being on board a sinking ship was in a naval simulator, and that scared the living bejesus out of me.


EDIT: Telling a moderator to shut up will get you banned. Actually, telling anyone to shut up will get you banned.

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--tractorman--

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CAN SOMEONE JUST ANSWER ???

How old are you?
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moejoe123

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23
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--tractorman--

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McGherkin

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Well you should know better then.

I think the record for the fastest forum ban is about to be broken.
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RYAN123

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i got banned inabout 2hrs of being on the fourm but i lernet my lesson
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McGherkin

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Well he's on half an hour now.
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Ralphy

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moejoe if you really want to sink something why don't you go on an another game, if you have it Just Cause 2. The boats on that will sink in a matter of secends, im sure that will fill u with satifaction
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Usernme

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I think it would be more helpful to say that damage must be equal to or greater than 70% in order for a vessel to sink.
I've had missions failed because of 10% and less.
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moejoe123

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Ok everyone I play ship sim properly but sometimes I like to have fun
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laganviking

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...at which point you turn it off and go out and play  :thumbs:
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McGherkin

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That is better.

I would like to repeat that sinking in real life is not fun. This is why the forum members have reacted in the negative. Also, your behavior was considered innapropriate. The excessive use of Caps Lock is deemed as shouting, abd not tolerated. You are also asked to behave courteously towards all people.

I would also advise that everybody else does not support the behaviour towards a moderator. I manage, so I ask you all to do the same.
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mvsmith

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I think it would be more helpful to say that damage must be equal to or greater than 70% in order for a vessel to sink.

However, this subject is frowned upon by the majority of forum members for one good reason.


Actually McG, that is incorrect. It takes damage below the waterline to cause sinking.
You are right about being banned; 30 days, with encouragement from his friends.
« Last Edit: April 11, 2010, 21:58:41 by mvsmith »
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McGherkin

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I was about to write that. But I think 70 above the waterline.

Certainly in my experience that is what I find.

EDIT: I think at the end of MoJo CokeCan's ban we won't hear too much from him.
« Last Edit: April 11, 2010, 23:18:23 by McGherkin »
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