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 +A Battleship of the "Fleet of Fog". Modeled after the Imperial Japanese Navy's 3rd ''[[Kongo]]''-class battleship, ''Haruna''. First seen engaging ''I-401'' in combat alongside ''[[Ship:ARP_Kirishima|Kirishima]]'', she was defeated by the superior tactics of Gunzo Chihaya, commander of ''I-401''. Her Mental Model "Haruna" always wears a large overcoat and has a keen interest in the human language, "collecting" word samples as she hears them. This warship has been specially designed for World of Warships, and is modeled after ''Haruna'' as she appears in "ARPEGGIO OF BLUE STEEL -ARS NOVA-".
  
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?As she performs exactly like standard Kongo, see the article on [[Ship:Kongo|Kongo]] for her performance appraisal.+As she performs exactly like standard ''Kongo'', see the article on ''[[Ship:Kongo|Kongo]]'' for her performance appraisal.
  
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?* All the pros of the standard [[Ship:Kongo|Kongo]]+* All the pros of the standard ''[[Ship:Kongo|Kongo]]''.
?* Does not take up port slots+* Does not take up port slots.
?* Visible to other players who have enabled Yokosuka port+* Visible to other players who have enabled Yokosuka port.
?* Comes with a number of free Captain's Skills points (depending on event)+* Comes with a number of free Commander Skill points (varies by region and event).
?* Skills can be customized for her, as captain is specific to this ship+* Skills can be customized for her, as captain is specific to this ship.
?* Special unique announcer (voiced by her voice actor from the ''Ars Nova'' series!)+* Special unique announcer (voiced by her voice actor from the ''Ars Nova'' series).
  
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?* All the cons of the standard [[Ship:Kongo|Kongo]]+* All the cons of the standard ''[[Ship:Kongo|Kongo]]''.
?* Cannot mount [[Ship:Camouflage|functional camouflage]]+* Cannot mount [[Ship:Camouflage|functional camouflage]].
?* Captain cannot be transferred to other ships+* Captain cannot be transferred to other ships.
?* Voice notifications are in Japanese+* Voice notifications are in Japanese.
?* Does not come with the overwhelming firepower, blistering speed, diving ability, corrosive warheads, supergravity cannon, and impenetrable Klein field of Haruna in Ars Nova: in other words, a standard Kongo :)+* Does not come with the overwhelming firepower, blistering speed, diving ability, corrosive warheads, supergravity cannon, and impenetrable Klein field of Haruna in Ars Nova; in other words, a standard ''[[Kongo]]''.
  
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?ARP Haruna comes fully upgraded, with the same upgrade slots found on Kongo and a captain with free Captain's Skills points (the number of which depends on event and region)+ARP ''Haruna'' comes fully upgraded, with the same upgrade slots found on ''[[Kongo]]'' and a captain with free Commander Skill points (the number of which depends on event and region).
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?Ars Nova Haruna.png|Haruna as she appears in Ars Nova+|Gallery=<!-- write below list of files without tags. description (if necessary) for each should be separated with | --><gallery>
?Haruna Mental Model.png|Haruna's mental model, and captain in the game+Ars Nova Haruna.png|''Haruna'' as she appears in Ars Nova.
?Ars Nova Haruna Specifications.png|Haruna with her specifications in Ars Nova+Haruna Mental Model.png|''Haruna''’s mental model, and captain in the game.
?ARP Haruna.jpg|Haruna as she appears in the game+Ars Nova Haruna Specifications.png|''Haruna'' with her specifications in Ars Nova.
 +ARP Haruna.jpg|''Haruna'' as she appears in the game.
  
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?Haruna (kanji: 榛名, katakana: ハルナ)+''Haruna'' (kanji: 榛名, katakana: ハルナ)
 Fast battleship of the Second Oriental Fleet. Later, guardian of Makie Osakabe and member of Blue Steel. Fast battleship of the Second Oriental Fleet. Later, guardian of Makie Osakabe and member of Blue Steel.
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 ==== Arpeggio of Blue Steel: Ars Nova ==== ==== Arpeggio of Blue Steel: Ars Nova ====
?In 2038, a mysterious fleet of warships, who have lurked around the world in the decades decades before, goes on the offensive against humanity. Modelled after ships that appeared in World War II, but possessing weaponry far superior to those in humanity's possession and protected by an indestructible barrier immune to whatever we have to throw at them, humanity quickly loses control of the seas and our military forces are annihilated in the desperate battles against them. The result was a world where humanity's presence in the oceans was no more, with communication via the seas cut off and humans isolated from each other, blockaded by the "Fleet of Fog".+In 2038, a mysterious fleet of warships, who have lurked around the world in the decades decades before, goes on the offensive against humanity. Modeled after ships that appeared in World War II, but possessing weaponry far superior to those in humanity's possession and protected by an indestructible barrier immune to whatever we have to throw at them, humanity quickly loses control of the seas and our military forces are annihilated in the desperate battles against them. The result was a world where humanity's presence in the oceans was no more, with communication via the seas cut off and humans isolated from each other, blockaded by the "Fleet of Fog".
  
?In 2054, a change became across the Fleet of Fog. The ships of the Fog, impersonal and faceless, started developing "Mental Models", human avatars capable of thinking in ways similar to human beings, with personalities unique to each Mental Model. One of these was the I-401, or, Iona, who made contact with Gunzō Chihaya to become his ship. Gunzō, with Iona and a small band of friends who now crew the I-401, as Blue Steel now seek to create a balance to this lopsided status quo with the Fleet of Fog, to bring a peace where humanity and the Fleet of Fog can happily coexist together.+In 2054, a change became across the Fleet of Fog. The ships of the Fog, impersonal and faceless, started developing "Mental Models", human avatars capable of thinking in ways similar to human beings, with personalities unique to each Mental Model. One of these was the ''I-401'', or, Iona, who made contact with Gunzō Chihaya to become his ship. Gunzō, with Iona and a small band of friends who now crew the ''I-401'', as Blue Steel now seek to create a balance to this lopsided status quo with the Fleet of Fog, to bring a peace where humanity and the Fleet of Fog can happily coexist together.
  
?'''Haruna''' is a Fog battleship whose Mental Model takes the form of a teenage girl wearing a heavy coat that covers all of her body up to the nose. She works in tandem with [[ship:ARP Kirishima|Kirishima]], and was originally ordered to attack Yokosuka in order to destroy I-401 and Blue Steel. Haruna showed a special interest in humans and their language. She began storing their phrases, especially concerning death. The two Kongo sisters were defeated, and she along with [[ship:ARP Kirishima|Kirishima]] were ejected from their ships and found themselves alive on some random beach. A girl named Makie happened upon them, and eventually befriends them. Haruna notices something very special about this girl, and decides she needs to follow her. Eventually, she decides to protect Makie, even if this means going against the Fog. Both Haruna and [[ship:ARP Kirishima|Kirishima]] not only betray the Fog but also join the Blue Steel fleet. The two pool their resources to help the I-401 and her crew in their final engagement against [[ship:ARP Kongo|Kongo]].+''Haruna'' is a Fog battleship whose Mental Model takes the form of a teenage girl wearing a heavy coat that covers all of her body up to the nose. She works in tandem with ''[[ship:ARP Kirishima|Kirishima]]'', and was originally ordered to attack Yokosuka in order to destroy ''I-401'' and Blue Steel. ''Haruna'' showed a special interest in humans and their language. She began storing their phrases, especially concerning death. The two Kongo sisters were defeated, and she along with ''[[ship:ARP Kirishima|Kirishima]]'' were ejected from their ships and found themselves alive on some random beach. A girl named Makie happened upon them, and eventually befriends them. ''Haruna'' notices something very special about this girl, and decides she needs to follow her. Eventually, she decides to protect Makie, even if this means going against the Fog. Both ''Haruna'' and ''[[ship:ARP Kirishima|Kirishima]]'' not only betray the Fog but also join the Blue Steel fleet. The two pool their resources to help the ''I-401'' and her crew in their final engagement against ''[[ship:ARP Kongo|Kongo]]''.
  
?In the Cadenza film, Hyuga restores her vessel and comes to assist I-401 in their battle with the Student Council Fleet, engaging [[ship:ARP Haguro|Haguro]] to allow I-401 to escape and confront Musashi.+In the Cadenza film, ''Hyuuga'' restores her vessel and comes to assist I-401 in their battle with the Student Council Fleet, engaging ''[[ship:ARP Haguro|Haguro]]'' to allow ''I-401'' to escape and confront ''Musashi''.
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 ==== Miscellaneous ==== ==== Miscellaneous ====
?The model of Kongō in the game has superstructure based on the one given to Hiei for her modernization, which differs significantly from her sisters. This superstructure served as the prototype of the bridges that were eventually fitted onto Yamato and Musashi. The game model of Haruna is a re-skin of the regular Kongō, which is based on Hiei, and therefore retains this inaccuracy. Also, while the in game models of the ARP ships depict them with planes textured in the style of their mother ship, the ships of the Fleet of Fog, even those which are modeled after ships that carried and launched aircraft, do not carry planes. +The model of ''[[Kongo]]'' in the game has superstructure based on the one given to ''Hiei'' for her modernization, which differs significantly from her sisters. This superstructure served as the prototype of the bridges that were eventually fitted onto ''[[Yamato]]'' and ''Musashi''. The game model of ''Haruna'' is a re-skin of the regular ''Kongo'', which is based on ''Hiei'', and therefore retains this inaccuracy. Also, while the in game models of the ARP ships depict them with planes textured in the style of their mother ship, the ships of the Fleet of Fog, even those which are modeled after ships that carried and launched aircraft, do not carry planes.
  
 ==== Historical ==== ==== Historical ====
?Haruna (榛名, named for Mount Haruna, a volcano in Gunma Prefecture), was a warship of the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War I and World War II. Designed by the British naval engineer George Thurston, she was the fourth and last battlecruiser of the Kongō class, amongst the most heavily armed ships in any navy when built. Laid down in 1912 at the Kawasaki Shipyards in Kobe, Haruna was formally commissioned in 1915 on the same day as her sister ship, Kirishima. Haruna patrolled off the Chinese coast during World War I. During gunnery drills in 1920, an explosion destroyed one of her guns, damaged the gun turret, and killed seven men. During her life, Haruna underwent two major reconstructions. Beginning in 1926, the Imperial Japanese Navy rebuilt her as a battleship, strengthening her armor and improving her speed and power capabilities. In 1933, her superstructure was completely rebuilt, her speed was increased, and she was equipped with launch catapults for floatplanes. Now fast enough to accompany Japan's growing carrier fleet, Haruna was reclassified as a fast battleship. During the Second Sino-Japanese War, Haruna transported Imperial Japanese Army troops to mainland China before being redeployed to the Third Battleship Division in 1941. On the eve of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, she sailed as part of the Southern Force in preparation for the Battle of Singapore.+''Haruna'' (榛名, named for Mount Haruna, a volcano in Gunma Prefecture), was a warship of the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War I and World War II. Designed by the British naval engineer George Thurston, she was the fourth and last battlecruiser of the ''[[Kongo]]'' class, amongst the most heavily armed ships in any navy when built. Laid down in 1912 at the Kawasaki Shipyards in Kobe, Haruna was formally commissioned in 1915 on the same day as her sister ship, ''Kirishima''. ''Haruna'' patrolled off the Chinese coast during World War I. During gunnery drills in 1920, an explosion destroyed one of her guns, damaged the gun turret, and killed seven men. During her life, ''Haruna'' underwent two major reconstructions. Beginning in 1926, the Imperial Japanese Navy rebuilt her as a battleship, strengthening her armor and improving her speed and power capabilities. In 1933, her superstructure was completely rebuilt, her speed was increased, and she was equipped with launch catapults for floatplanes. Now fast enough to accompany Japan's growing carrier fleet, ''Haruna'' was reclassified as a fast battleship. During the Second Sino-Japanese War, ''Haruna'' transported Imperial Japanese Army troops to mainland China before being redeployed to the Third Battleship Division in 1941. On the eve of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, she sailed as part of the Southern Force in preparation for the Battle of Singapore.
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?Haruna fought in almost every major naval action of the Pacific Theater during World War II. She covered landings of Japanese forces in Malaya (in present-day Malaysia) and the Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia) in 1942 before engaging American forces at the Battle of Midway and during the Guadalcanal Campaign. Throughout 1943, Haruna primarily remained at Truk Lagoon (Micronesia), Kure Naval Base (near Hiroshima), Sasebo Naval Base (near Nagasaki), and the Lingga Islands (in present-day Indonesia), and deployed on several occasions in response to American carrier airstrikes on Japanese island bases. Haruna participated in the Battle of the Philippine Sea and the Battle of Leyte Gulf in 1944, engaging American vessels in the latter. In 1945, Haruna was transferred to Kure Naval Base, where she was sunk by aircraft of Task Force 38 on 28 July 1945.+''Haruna'' fought in almost every major naval action of the Pacific Theater during World War II. She covered landings of Japanese forces in Malaya (in present-day Malaysia) and the Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia) in 1942 before engaging American forces at the Battle of Midway and during the Guadalcanal Campaign. Throughout 1943, ''Haruna'' primarily remained at Truk Lagoon (Micronesia), Kure Naval Base (near Hiroshima), Sasebo Naval Base (near Nagasaki), and the Lingga Islands (in present-day Indonesia), and deployed on several occasions in response to American carrier airstrikes on Japanese island bases. ''Haruna'' participated in the Battle of the Philippine Sea and the Battle of Leyte Gulf in 1944, engaging American vessels in the latter. In 1945, ''Haruna'' was transferred to Kure Naval Base, where she was sunk by aircraft of Task Force 38 on 28 July 1945.
  
  
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?File:Haruna 1934.jpg|Haruna in 1934, following her second reconstruction+File:Haruna under construction.jpg|''Haruna''’​s fitting-out at Kôbe in October 1914.
?File:Haruna under construction.jpg|Haruna '​s fitting-out at Kôbe in October 1914+File:Установка ордий главного калибра.jpg|A 14-inch gun being installed aboard ''Haruna'', October 1914.
?File:Haruna at Kobe 1915.jpg|Haruna at Kōbe on 24 April 1915+File:Haruna at Kobe 1915.jpg|''Haruna'' at Kōbe on 24 April 1915.
?File:Japanese battleship Haruna no labels.jpg|Haruna at sea.+File:Haruna at Yokosuka 1916.jpg|''Haruna'' at Yokosuka, 11 September 1916.
?File:Haruna 1928.jpg|Haruna undergoing trials after her reconstruction in 1928+File:Japanese battleship Haruna no labels.jpg|''Haruna'' at sea.
?File:Haruna 1935.jpg|Haruna at Yokosuka in 1935+File:Haruna 1928.jpg|''Haruna'' undergoing trials after her reconstruction in 1928.
?File:Japanese battleship Haruna attacked.jpg|Haruna at her moorings near Kure, Japan, under attack by U.S. Navy carrier aircraft, 28 July 1945+File:Haruna 1934.jpg|''Haruna'' in 1934, following her second reconstruction.
?File:Japanese battleship Haruna sunk.jpg|Haruna, sunken at her moorings after the attack of 28 July 1945+File:Haruna 1935.jpg|''Haruna'' at Yokosuka in 1935.
?File:Kongo class battleship drawing.png|A drawing from the U.S. Office of Naval Intelligence depicting the Kongō-class in 1944–1945+File:Japanese battleships Yamashiro, Fuso and Haruna.jpg|''Yamashiro'', ''[[Fuso]]'' and the fast battleship ''Haruna'' in the late 1930s.
?File:Haruna at Yokosuka 1916.jpg|Haruna at Yokosuka, 11 September 1916 +File:Japanese battleship Haruna attacked.jpg|''Haruna'' at her moorings near Kure, Japan, under attack by U.S. Navy carrier aircraft, 28 July 1945.
?File:Установка ордий главного калибра.jpg|A 14-inch gun being installed aboard Haruna, October 1914 +File:Japanese battleship Haruna sunk.jpg|''Haruna'', sunken at her moorings after the attack of 28 July 1945.
?File:Japanese battleships Yamashiro, Fuso and Haruna.jpg|Yamashiro, Fusō and the fast battleship Haruna in the late 1930s +File:Kongo class battleship drawing.png|A drawing from the U.S. Office of Naval Intelligence depicting the ''[[Kongo]]''-class in 1944–1945.
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Revision as of 21:03, 29 November 2016

ARP Haruna
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Battleship | Japan | Tier V
Tech Tree Position
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General
Purchase pricepromo Doubloons
Hit Points54,100 
Main Battery
356 mm/45 41st Year Type4 х 2 pcs.
Rate of Fireshots/min.
Reload Time30 sec.
Rotation Speed3.3 deg./sec.
180 Degree Turn Time54.55 sec.
Firing Range21.2 km.
Maximum Dispersion236 m.
HE Shell356 mm HE Type0 
Maximum HE Shell Damage5,700 
Chance of Fire on Target Caused by HE Shell25 %
Initial HE Shell Velocity805 m./s.
HE Shell Weight625 kg.
AP Shell356 mm AP Type91 
Maximum AP Shell Damage10,200 
Initial AP Shell Velocity775 m./s.
AP Shell Weight673.5 kg.
Secondary Armament #1
152 mm/50 41st Year Type14 х 1 pcs.
Firing Rangekm.
Rate of Fireshots/min.
Reload Time10 sec.
HE Shell152 mm HE Type4 
Maximum HE Shell Damage2,500 
Initial HE Shell Velocity825 m./s.
Chance of Fire on Target Caused by HE Shel%
Secondary Armament #2
127 mm/40 Type89 A14 х 2 pcs.
Firing Rangekm.
Rate of Fire12 shots/min.
Reload Timesec.
HE Shell127 mm HE Type0 
Maximum HE Shell Damage2,100 
Initial HE Shell Velocity725 m./s.
Chance of Fire on Target Caused by HE Shel%
AA Defense
13 mm/76 Type93 Twin4 х 2 pcs.
. . . Average Damage per Second
. . . Firing Range1.2 km.
13 mm/76 Type93 Quad2 х 4 pcs.
. . . Average Damage per Second5.8 
. . . Firing Range1.2 km.
25 mm/60 Type96 Twin mod. 16 х 2 pcs.
. . . Average Damage per Second16.2 
. . . Firing Range2.49 km.
127 mm/40 Type89 A14 х 2 pcs.
. . . Average Damage per Second40.4 
. . . Firing Range5.01 km.
Maneuverability
Maximum Speed30 knot
Turning Circle Radius770 m.
Rudder Shift Time14.9 sec.
Concealment
Surface Detectability Range16.2 km.
Air Detectability Range9.36 km.
Battle Levels
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ARP Haruna — Japanese promo premium Tier V battleship.

A Battleship of the "Fleet of Fog". Modeled after the Imperial Japanese Navy's 3rd Kongo-class battleship, Haruna. First seen engaging I-401 in combat alongside Kirishima, she was defeated by the superior tactics of Gunzo Chihaya, commander of I-401. Her Mental Model "Haruna" always wears a large overcoat and has a keen interest in the human language, "collecting" word samples as she hears them. This warship has been specially designed for World of Warships, and is modeled after Haruna as she appears in "ARPEGGIO OF BLUE STEEL -ARS NOVA-".

Modules

Main Battery Rate of Fire
(shots/min)
180° Turn Time
(sec)
Maximum Dispersion
(m)
Maximum HE Shell Damage
(HP)
Chance of Fire on Target Caused by HE Shell
(%)
Maximum AP Shell Damage
(HP)
Research price
(exp)
Purchase price
( Credits)
356 mm/45 Type41254.552365,7002510,200 00
Hull Hit Points
(HP)
Armor
(mm)
Armor
(mm)
Main Turrets
(pcs.)
Secondary Gun Turrets
(pcs.)
AA Mounts
(pcs.)
Torpedo Tubes
(pcs.)
Hangar Capacity
(pcs.)
Research price
(exp)
Purchase price
( Credits)
ARP Haruna54,10013254414/44/2/4/60 00
Gun Fire Control System Firing Range Increase
(%)
Maximum Firing Range
(km)
Research price
(exp)
Purchase price
( Credits)
Type5 mod. 21021.2 00
Engine Maximum Speed
(knot)
Research price
(exp)
Purchase price
( Credits)
Propulsion: 136,000 hp30 00

Compatible Upgrades

 Slot 1  Main Armaments Modification 1 Auxiliary Armaments Modification 1 Magazine Modification 1
 Slot 2  Damage Control System Modification 1 Engine Room Protection
 Slot 3  Main Battery Modification 2 Secondary Battery Modification 1 AA Guns Modification 1 Aiming Systems Modification 1

Player Opinion

Performance

As she performs exactly like standard Kongo, see the article on Kongo for her performance appraisal.

Pros:

  • All the pros of the standard Kongo.
  • Does not take up port slots.
  • Visible to other players who have enabled Yokosuka port.
  • Comes with a number of free Commander Skill points (varies by region and event).
  • Skills can be customized for her, as captain is specific to this ship.
  • Special unique announcer (voiced by her voice actor from the Ars Nova series).

Cons:

  • All the cons of the standard Kongo.
  • Cannot mount functional camouflage.
  • Captain cannot be transferred to other ships.
  • Voice notifications are in Japanese.
  • Does not come with the overwhelming firepower, blistering speed, diving ability, corrosive warheads, supergravity cannon, and impenetrable Klein field of Haruna in Ars Nova; in other words, a standard Kongo.

Research

ARP Haruna comes fully upgraded, with the same upgrade slots found on Kongo and a captain with free Commander Skill points (the number of which depends on event and region).

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U.K.  III Bellerophon • III DreadnoughtDoubloons • IV Orion • V Iron Duke • VI WarspiteDoubloons • VI Queen Elizabeth • VII King George V • VII HoodDoubloons • VII NelsonDoubloons • VII Duke of YorkDoubloons • VIII Monarch • VIII VanguardDoubloons • IX Lion • X Conqueror • X ThundererDoubloons 
Pan-Asia  IX BajieDoubloons 
Commonwealth  
Pan-America