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Coastal Defense Ship

Shimushu · Kunashiri · Etorofu · Matsuwa · Sado · Tsushima

Light Cruiser

Tenryuu · Tatsuta · Kuma · Tama · Kitakami · Ooi · Kiso · Nagara · Isuzu · Natori · Yura · Kinu · Abukuma · Yuubari · Sendai · Jintsuu · Naka ·   Agano · Noshiro · Yahagi · Sakawa · Ooyodo

Torpedo Cruiser

Kitakami · Ooi · Kiso

Heavy Cruiser

Furutaka · Kako · Aoba · Kinugasa · Myoukou · Nachi · Ashigara · Haguro · Takao · Atago · Maya · Choukai · Mogami · Mikuma · Suzuya · Kumano · Tone · Chikuma · Prinz Eugen · Zara · Pola

Aviation Cruiser

Mogami · Mikuma · Suzuya · Kumano · Tone · Chikuma

Battleship

Kongou · Hiei · Haruna · Kirishima · Fusou · Yamashiro · Ise · Hyuuga · Nagato · Mutsu · Yamato · Musashi · Bismarck · Littorio/Italia · Roma · Iowa · Warspite · Gangut/Октябрьская революция · Richelieu

Aviation Battleship

Fusou · Yamashiro · Ise · Hyuuga

Light Carrier

Houshou · Ryuujou · Kasuga Maru/Taiyou · Shouhou · Zuihou · Hiyou · Jun'you · Ryuuhou · Chitose · Chiyoda · Suzuya · Kumano

Standard Carrier

Akagi · Kaga · Souryuu · Hiryuu · Shoukaku · Zuikaku · Taihou · Unryuu · Amagi · Katsuragi · Graf Zeppelin · Aquila · Saratoga · Ark Royal

Submarine

I-168 · I-8 · I-13 · I-14 · I-19 · I-26 · I-58 · I-400 · I-401 · Maruyu · U-511/Ro-500 · Luigi Torelli/UIT-25/I-504

Seaplane Tender

Kamoi · Chitose · Chiyoda · Mizuho · Akitsushima · Commandant Teste

Other

Katori · Kashima · Akitsu Maru · Taigei · Akashi · Kamoi · Hayasui

Ship Type IdentificationEdit

Class Abbreviation Combat Notes
駆逐艦 Destroyer 駆逐 DD High evasion, low resource consumption, & ASW-capable, but lacks armor & firepower.
軽巡洋艦 Light Cruiser 軽巡 CL Very flexible. Utilizes medium main guns, ASW, & artillery spotting.
重雷装巡洋艦 Torpedo Cruiser 雷巡 CLT* Can equip Type A Ko-hyoteki to enable the opening torpedo attack.
重巡洋艦 Heavy Cruiser 重巡 CA Stronger in surface combat than light cruisers at the expense of ASW.
航空巡洋艦 Aviation Cruiser 航巡 CAV* A CA that is capable of initiating fighter combat to enable artillery spotting & ASW via seaplane bombers.
戦艦 Battleship BB Utilizes high-caliber main guns, heavy armor, & the second shelling phase. Lacks ASW & torpedo attacks.
Fast Battleship FBB* The Kongou-class, Bismarck & Vittorio Veneto Class. Have faster repair times, are fast ships and generally have less defensive stats.
航空戦艦 Aviation Battleship 航戦 BBV* Has ASW via seaplane bombers & can initiate fighter combat to enable artillery spotting.
正規空母 Standard Aircraft Carrier 空母 CV Achieves air superiority by fighters. Must equip with bombers to enable regular attacks. Cannot attack during night battle (except Graf Zeppelin & Saratoga).
装甲空母 Armored Aircraft Carrier 装母 CVB Taihou, Shoukaku 改二甲 and Zuikaku 改二甲can still attack with moderate hull damage.
軽空母 Light Aircraft Carrier 軽母 CVL Weaker than standard carriers, but capable of attacking submarines.
水上機母艦 Seaplane Tender 水母 AV The Chitose-class' basic form. Can participate in all day attack stages given the correct setup.
潜水艦 Submarine SS Limited to both torpedo phases & night battle. Only ships with ASW can attack them.
潜水空母 Submarine Aircraft Carrier 潜母 SSV* Some submarines can equip seaplanes.
揚陸艦 Amphibious Assault Ship 揚陸 LHA* Akitsu Maru comes with a Daihatsu, which increases resource gain from expeditions.
工作艦 Repair Ship AR Akashi can repair ships while idle. Explained on her page.
潜水母艦 Submarine Tender 潜母艦 AS Taigei is weak, but enables superior pathing in 6-1.
補給油艦 Fleet Oiler 補給 AO Hayasui can use seaplane bombers before remodel and carrier-based torpedo bombers after remodel.
海防艦 Coastal Defense Ship 海防 DE The Kaibōkan had similar stats to Destroyers, but with no torpedoes but requires 60 ASW stat to perform ASW preempt attack.

Notes

  • Battleships & Fast Battleships share the hull classification, BB.
  • Light Aircraft Carriers & Standard Aircraft Carriers are termed 正規空母, or Fleet Carriers, to distinguish them from Escort Carriers or other carrier types. This term sometimes refers only to Standard Aircraft Carriers.

Exceptions

Ship StatsEdit

  • Firepower Icon Gun, Torpedo Icon Torpedo, Anti Air Icon AA, Armor Icon Armor, & Luck Icon Luck can be upgraded by Modernization.
  • Firepower Icon Gun, Torpedo Icon Torpedo, Anti Air Icon AA, Armor Icon Armor, Anti-Submarine Icon ASW, Line of Sight Icon LOS, & Evasion Icon Evasion will improve from leveling up.
  • Marrying a ship will increase her HP Icon HP, Luck Icon Luck, & level cap. The increase in level cap allows the ship to have higher Anti-Submarine Icon ASW, Evasion Icon Evasion, & Line of Sight Icon LOS.
  • Ship remodel
    • (Kai), in Japanese, stands for Modified, Revised, Improved, or Altered. It's used on all single remodelled ships.
    • (Ni), in Japanese, stands for the number 2 or Second. It's applied in combination with 改 to ships with a second remodel.
    • Zwei, in German, stands for the number 2 or Second. It's applied alone to ships with a second remodel.
    • Drei, in German, stands for the number 3 or Third. It's applied alone to ships with a third remodel.
      • Although German kanmusu have a , they omit it with Zwei & Drei.
        • Speculatively, the developers probably thought that it sounds or looks cool & German is 'exotic'[1].
    • Due, in Italian, stands for the number 2 or Second. It's applied to Zara, who is currently the only Italian ship with a 2nd remodel.
    • два (Dva), in Russian, stands for the number 2. It is applied to Gangut's 2nd remodel.
    • Mk.II, in English, is an abbreviation of Mark 2, and denotes a second version.  It's applied to Saratoga's second remodel.
      • Mod.II is an abbreviation of Model 2, and denotes the second variant within a single Mark version. It's applied to Saratoga's conversion remodel.
  • Rarity
    • Top-Left : Common
    • Bottom-Right : Ultra-rare
    • Based on Kanmusu Catalog, the ships' rarity classifications are the following: C>SC>R>SR>H>SH

Rarity colors

Note that other than background color, the metallic symbol on the top left corner may also identify rarity.

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