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I want to get my kids into it but its a steep learning curve for me and confusing to the kids. Other acronyms of CGL relationships include: I will charge smoke more often than not if I'm in a gunboat destroyer myself. Also do you think ,this will be too hard for him to play? With so many options, the only limits are the ones you decide to set.

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I am really truly a cleric in real life and cast heal light wounds — it heals faster. After a while I prayed for them and hummed a sacred tune, they were healed instantly then. Hi ,my 12 year old son has asked for a dungeons and dragons board game for Christmas. Also do you think ,this will be too hard for him to play?

Its really great for beginners eventhough 12 might be a little young. I would definitely recommend the Starter Set. Sounds like it would be the best bet for sure. I want to get my kids into it but its a steep learning curve for me and confusing to the kids. Do you know of any really simplified version of DnD that exists that I can start them and me off to see if they enjoy it?? Any advice would be appreciated.

That said, if you watch my How to Play videos, I think the rules for 5e are quite manageable. Like others have said, be aware what is around you when you pop your smoke.

Sitting still inside smoke in a knife fight is almost always tantamount to suicide unless you can kill the opposing destroyer before he can drop 6 - 10 torpedoes into your smoke screen from 4km away. Using smoke and situational awareness together will lead to may hues and lels as you spray helpless CAs and BBs with impunity. Just derping around and going "I'm in smoke so safe feels" will lead to many sad times. They're slow firing but they hit hard. I tend to save my offensive smoke till mid game where the field is bit more clear.

I do love torping into smoke to get kills though. So the one thing I noticed in your video, is that every time you pop smoke you instantly stop your ship. This creates a very small smoke bubble that is very easy to torp into. This gives you a much longer smoke cloud where you could possibly be maneuvering around.

Also there is a mod out there not sure what it's called offhand that generates a circle around each puff of smoke as long as it lasts, so you can tell exactly where the smoke is and isn't. I didn't use any Mods for the video to show that you don't really need any Mods to do this, but yes, the "smoke boundary" Mod is very useful!

Hobo - I use the same method you do. I used "offensive smoke" some in the Nicholas but with the Gnevny I got yesterday I use it every game. Defensive smoke - when you need it usually when I've screwed up. I love playing the Minekaze and routinely throw torps into smoke clouds with a pretty reasonable hit ratio.

If nothing else, it tends to flush the smoker out of his cloud. The biggest bite is being in the smoke cloud and losing your spotter. Much better to have 2 spotters present since it's very possible one will either run or sink.

If you lose the spotter, get ready to run as fast as you can and don't go in a straight line. I love using smoke In the Gnevny when a Tier 5 or lower cruiser is coming toward me in a confined channel or group of islands. Pound them with AP, alternate to HE if a fire is needed, and torp them if they charge.

I actually got First Blood on a Kongo that way an hour or so ago.

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