Asashio : Japanese Destroyer VIII
ASASHIO
Ship Class: DestroyerNation: Japanese
Tier: 8Premium Ship: YesPatch: 0.7.4.0
Credit Cost: 0Gold Cost: 9,300
Battle Tiers: 8 - 10Upgrade Slots: 5
AA Defense
AA Rating: 9%
AA Mounts: 2
AA NAME: 25 mm/60 Type96 Twin mod. 1
Number of guns: 2
Firing range: 3.1 km
Caliber: 25mm
Average DPS: 10
Aircraft
Hangar Capacity: 0
Artillery
Firing Range: 10.9 km +0%
Gun Name: 127 mm/50 3rd Year Type
Max Dispersion: 97 m
180 Degree Turn Time: 26.09s
Rate of Fire: 8.5 rounds/min
Reload Time: 7s
# of Main Turrets: 3
Barrels: 2
AP SHELLS: 127 mm AP Type0
AP Max Shell Damage: 2200
Shell Weight: 23 kg
Shell Speed: 915 m/s
HE SHELLS: 127 mm HE Type1
HE Max Shell Damage: 1800
Shell Weight: 23 kg
Shell Speed: 915 m/s
HE Burn Probabilty: 7%
Concealment
Concealment: 90%
Surface Detectability Range: 6.8 km
Air Detectability Range: 3.8 km
Maneuverability
Maneuverability: 79%
Max Speed: 35 knots
Rudder Shift Time: 3.6s
Turning Circle Radius: 640m
Secondary Artillery
Secondary Gun Barrels: 0
Survivability
Armor protection: 27%
Hit Points: 15100
Torpedo Damage Reduction: 0%
Flood Chance: 0%
Armour Range: 13 mm-20 mm
Torpedoes
Torpedo Range: 20 km
TUBES 610 mm Quad
180 Degree Turn Time: 7.2s
Torpedo Tube Turrets: 2
Tube Barrels: 4
Tube Caliber: 610 mm
TORPEDO Type93 mod. 2 dw
Reload Time: 112s
Max Damage: 20966
Torpedo Speed: 67 knots
Torpedo Visibility Range: 0.9 km
Japanese destroyer Asashio was the ultimate ship of this type in Japan, built after the launch of the Fubuki-class ships. The absence of constraints on displacement allowed naval architects to find a good balance between speed, armament, and hull size. Due to a good overall layout, Asashio served as a prototype for the majority of subsequent Japanese destroyers.
Artillery
127 mm/50 Type3
Hull
Asashio
Torpedoes
Type93 mod. 2 dw
Gun Fire Control
Type8 mod. 1
Engine
Propulsion: 50,000hp
Field1: never
Field2: gonna
*BETA. upgrade modules coming soon...
Japanese destroyer Asashio was the ultimate ship of this type in Japan, built after the launch of the Fubuki-class ships. The absence of constraints on displacement allowed naval architects to find a good balance between speed, armament, and hull size. Due to a good overall layout, Asashio served as a prototype for the majority of subsequent Japanese destroyers.
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