0.11.8 Lighthouse Auction: Rare Cruiser Belfast and Superships Clausewitz and Dalarna and more...

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0.11.8 Lighthouse Auction: Rare Cruiser Belfast and Superships Clausewitz and Dalarna and more...

The Lighthouse auction has started! The lots include Premium ship Belfast, as well as superships Dalarna and Clausewitz and more...
 
 
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 HMS Belfast - British Tier VII Premium Light Cruiser 1939

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An Edinburgh-class light cruiser, one of the most powerful among same-type ships in the Royal Navy during World War II. Underwent several major upgrades. Instead of AA and torpedo armament, the ship received improved torpedo protection and an enhanced surveillance radar.

header_image flag Clausewitz - German Super Cruiser 1945

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Designed for long-distance raids, heavy cruiser with 210 mm guns, as well as powerful anti-aircraft and torpedo armament.

flagshipicon level Dalarna - European Super Destroyer 1953

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A versatile destroyer that combines powerful artillery and torpedo armament with the most advanced AA and ASW capabilities for the 1950s.

 
0.11.8 Lighthouse Auction [UTC]
 
Lighthouse Auction
 
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Navigate to the relevant Armory tab to take part in the Lighthouse auction (Be sure you are already logged into the regional web portal).

Players in all World of Warships regions compete with each other for the same lots, so the final number of winners is shared between all four servers.
 
After the Auction has finished and the 500 lots of Patrie and Edgar have been awarded to the lucky 500 players on all regions. Patrie and Edgar will once again be available as researchable ships in the tech-tree during 0.11.11.
 
Rules

You can participate in the Lighthouse auction only via a special category in the Armory.

Each Lighthouse auction comprises the following stages:

  1. The lots, their starting prices, and the number of possible bid winners are announced.
  2. The auction begins, and bids can be placed.
  3. The results of the auction are summed up, bids are no longer accepted.
  4. There are no losers: The Lighthouse auction winners receive their rewards while the other auction participants receive their bids back.

The number of auctioned bundles is limited for each lot. Once the Lighthouse auction results have been summed up, the highest bids win. If the bids are tied, the bids that were made earliest win. For tied bids, the time when the last bid change was made is also taken into account. However, all winners will only pay as much as the lowest winning bid for the selected lot. Any excess will be returned to their accounts. Each winner obtains one bundle.

Depending on the lot, you can use various in-game resources for your bid.

It's a no-risk adventure! Any bid that doesn't win will be returned to the bidder when the auction closes.

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