Michelangelo - Italian Tier IX Premium Cruiser 1934

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The Washington Naval Conference gave Italy the opportunity to build battleships from 1927. Several projects with a displacement of 18,000 to 35,000 tons were under development simultaneously; some of the projects relied on foreign designs—Hood, Nelson, and Dunkerque—but some were unique. The design proposed by Admiral de Feo featured a ship with eight 320 mm guns in quadruple-gun turrets placed close to the midship frames while the secondary battery mounts were moved toward the ship's fore and aft ends.
 
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Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475–1564), a native of the Florentine Republic, distinguished himself as a chief military engineer during the city's defense against the forces of Emperor Charles V in 1529 and 1530. During the period spanning from the 12th to the 16th century, the coat of arms of the Florentine Republic depicted a stylized image of an iris in a droplet-shaped shield, and the flag was a red cloth with a white cross.
 
 

Key Features

Michelangelo is armed with eight 320 mm main battery guns which have limited firing angles. The ship also has numerous secondary guns armed with SAP shells which can deal good damage, thus compensating for Michelangelo's relatively weak main battery guns. Michelangelo is also armed with torpedoes that have wide launching angles, deal high damage, and have high speed, but there are few torpedoes per salvo.
The ship has a large HP pool, good concealment values, and Repair Party, but is not distinguished by good armor and citadel protection. 
Michelangelo can gain an extra advantage over the enemy in battle thanks to the combination of the Exhaust Smoke Generator and Hydroacoustic Search with a long range in separate slots. However, Michelangelo lacks the Engine Boost consumable, which makes the ship slow compared to other Italian cruisers.


Michelangelo Info

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Ship name: premium cruiser IX Michelangelo
Level: 9
Class:  WG Project cruiser
WG introduction: August 11, 2023
Released: 12.11
Resource Cost:  12.11 Dockyard Ship
More Details
Base Value: resource 19,000
Nation: flag Italy
Current development status: Released

Survivability

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Hit points: 66,100 hp.
Overall: 16-255 mm.
Fires Duration: 60 s.
Armor Belt: 40-100 mm
Fore Athwartships: 40-200 mm
Aft Athwartships: 70-200 mm
Citadel Deck: 110 mm
Citadel Bottom: 40 mm
Torpedo Bulkhead: 60 mm
Superstructure: 16 mm.
Turret Plating: 100-250 mm.
Torpedo Damage Protection: 22%.
Tonnage: 38,000 tn.

Main Battery Armament

2x4 320 mm/44 Model 1934 on an OTO Model 1935 mount:
Max Range: 17.0 km
Reload: 24.0 s
180° Turn Time: 30.0 s
Sigma: 2.05Οƒ
Dispersion: 191 m
 

Shell Types:

SAP Shells 8x 320 mm proiettili CS:
Max SAP Shell Damage: 10250.0
Alpha Piercing CS: 82.7 mm
Ammo Type: Semi Armor Piercing
Shell Air Drag: 0.3786
Shell Always Ricochet At: 80.0°
Normalization: 45.0°
Shell Detonator: 0.03
Shell Detonator Threshold: 25.0
Shell Krupp: 3.0
Shell Mass: 485.0 kg
Shell Ricochet: 70.0°
Shell Speed: 830.0 m/s
 
AP Shells: 8x 320 mm proiettili AP:
Max AP Shell Damage: 9700
Ammo Type: Armor Piercing
Shell Air Drag: 0.4098
Shell Always Ricochet At: 60.0°
Normalization: 6.0°
Shell Detonator: 0.033
Shell Detonator Threshold: 53.0
Shell Krupp: 2600.0
Shell Mass: 525.0 kg
Ricochet: 45.0°
Shell Speed: 830.0 m/s

Depth Charge Airstrike

Reload time: 30.0 s
Available flights: 2
Number of Aircraft in Attacking Flight: 1
Maximum range: 7.0 km
Number of Bombs in Payload: 2× CS 160 kg
Maximum bomb damage: 4200

Torpedoes

2x3 533 mm tubo lanciasiluri/Si 270:
Max Damage: 20,433
Range: 8.0 km
Reload: 120 s
Speed: 72 kts
180 degree turn time: 7.2 s
Torpedo detectability: 1.7 km

Secondary Armament

3x4 152 mm/55 Model 1934 on a Model 1935 mount/proiettili CS 1926:
Max Range: 7.0 km
Reload: 9.6 s
Max SAP Shell Damage: 3,650
Alpha Piercing, CS: 42.3 mm
Ammo Type: Semi Armor Piercing
Shell Velocity: 950.0 m/s
10x2 90 mm/50 Model 1939 on a twin mount/proiettili CS:
Max Range: 7.0 km
Reload: 4.2 s
Max SAP Shell Damage: 1,900
Alpha Piercing, CS: 26.0 mm
Ammo Type: Semi Armor Piercing
Shell Velocity: 860.0 m/s

Anti Aircraft Defence

Long Range:
10x2 90 mm/50 Model 1939 on a twin mount:
Firing range: 4.6 km
Hit Probability: 90 %
Damage by Zone Area AA: 165
Damage Caused by Shell Explosions: 1330
Number of Explosions Per Salvo: 7
Action Zone: 3.5 - 4.6 km
Continuous Damage: 345
Mid Range:
12x2 37 mm/54 Model 1938 on a Model 1938 mount:
Firing range: 3.5 km
Hit Probability: 90 %
Damage by Zone Area AA: 245
Short Range:
8x6 20 mm/70 Scotti Model 1941 on a sextuple mount:
Firing range: 2.0 km
Hit Probability: 85 %
Damage by Zone Area AA: 105

Mobility

Maximum speed: 33.0 knots
Turning circle radius: 830 m
Rudder shift time: 14.4 s
Propulsion: 200,000 hp

Visibility

Surface Detectability: 13.54 km
Air Detectability: 10.9 km
Detectability by depths: 0-10.9 km
Detectability whilst firing in smoke: 11.09 km

Available Consumables

Slot 1: Damage Control Party:
Charges: infinite
Action Time: 5 s
Reload Time: 60 s
Slot 2: Repair Party:
Charges: 3
Action time: 28 s
Reload time: 80 s
HP Regeneration: +330 hp/s
Slot 3: Exhaust Smoke Generator:
Charges: 2
Action time: 40 s
Smoke screen lifetime: 10 s
Reload time: 150 s
Smoke Radius: 0.51 km
Slot 4: Hydroacoustic Search:
Charges:  3
Action time:  100 s
Reload time:  120 s
Detection of Torps:  3.5 km
Detection of Ships:  5.0 km
 
All stats are listed without crew and upgrade modifiers but with best available modules. The stats are subject to change at any time.

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