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?If Tier VI's ''[[Leander]]'' is considered "settling in" to the back half of the British cruiser line, then the best advice for captains embarking aboard Tier VII's ''Fiji'' for the first time is "buckle up and enjoy the ride". +If Tier VI's ''[[Leander]]'' is considered "settling in" to the back half of the British cruiser line, then the best advice for captains embarking aboard Tier VII's ''{{#var:ship_name}}'' for the first time is "buckle up and enjoy the ride".
  
?''Fiji'' maintains the branch's theme of 152mm main battery rifles, but moves up to mounting twelve of them in four triple-barrel turrets. As such, she is considerably up-gunned from ''Leander'', and successors ''[[Edinburgh]]'' and ''[[Neptune]]'' boast identical configurations. At eight rounds per minute (a 7.5 second reload time), her main battery boasts the best rate of fire of all Tier VII cruisers, and she retains the 8.0 km maximum torpedo range of ''Leander''’s upgraded torpedoes. Her unique mix of main battery and longer range torpedoes allow ''Fiji'' to hang in fights with equal-tier cruisers of other nations, and maintains her as a threat to enemy destroyers who wander too close. +''{{#var:ship_name}}'' maintains the branch's theme of 152mm main battery rifles, but moves up to mounting twelve of them in four triple-barrel turrets. As such, she is considerably up-gunned from ''Leander'', and successors ''[[Edinburgh]]'' and ''[[Neptune]]'' boast identical configurations. At eight rounds per minute (a 7.5 second reload time), her main battery boasts the best rate of fire of all Tier VII cruisers, and she retains the 8.0 km maximum torpedo range of ''Leander''’s upgraded torpedoes. Her unique mix of main battery and longer range torpedoes allow ''{{#var:ship_name}}'' to hang in fights with equal-tier cruisers of other nations, and maintains her as a threat to enemy destroyers who wander too close.
  
?First-time ''Fiji'' captains may think that she feels big for a light cruiser, and they're right. She has an increased beam over ''Leander'', which allowed her designers to fit triple-barreled turrets on her hull. There's a subsequent increase to her detection radius, but she retains most of ''Leander''’s handling characteristics; ''Fiji''’s turning circle is tighter, and her rudder shift is — for all intents and purposes — the same. Her anti-aircraft suite is satisfactory if unremarkable, and is approximately on par with German counterpart ''[[Yorck]]''.+First-time ''{{#var:ship_name}}'' captains may think that she feels big for a light cruiser, and they're right. She has an increased beam over ''Leander'', which allowed her designers to fit triple-barreled turrets on her hull. There's a subsequent increase to her detection radius, but she retains most of ''Leander''’s handling characteristics; ''{{#var:ship_name}}''’s turning circle is tighter, and her rudder shift is — for all intents and purposes — the same. Her anti-aircraft suite is satisfactory if unremarkable, and is approximately on par with German counterpart ''[[Yorck]]''.
  
?Despite the British cruiser reputation for light armor, ''Fiji'''s belt armor is a surprisingly respectable 114 mm — much better than fellow Tier VII cruisers ''[[Pensacola]]'' and ''[[Shchors]]'', and at least competitive with the rest — and can bounce a surprising amount of shells when angled. However, her citadel is long and her athwartship armor is quite weak, so it is still inadvisable to attempt to bow-tank.+Despite the British cruiser reputation for light armor, ''{{#var:ship_name}}'''s belt armor is a surprisingly respectable 114 mm — much better than Russian Tier VII cruiser ''[[Shchors]]'', and at least competitive with the armor protection of other nations — and can bounce a surprising amount of shells when angled. However, her citadel is long and her athwartship armor is quite weak, so it is still inadvisable to attempt to bow-tank.
  
?Just like ''Leander'', ''Fiji'' works best with friendly ships around. She's ideal for backing up allied destroyers, though can even cause significant damage to battleships in right situations. Nonetheless, if kept in combat where she is able to maximize her strengths against enemy cruisers and destroyers, she is an exceptional ship in the hands of the right captain.+Just like ''Leander'', ''{{#var:ship_name}}'' works best with friendly ships around. She's ideal for backing up allied destroyers, though she can even cause significant damage to battleships in the right situations. Nonetheless, if kept in combat where she is able to maximize her strengths against enemy cruisers and destroyers, she is an exceptional ship in the hands of the right captain.
  
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 * Anti-aircraft suite is merely average. * Anti-aircraft suite is merely average.
 * Though her maximum range is respectable, her shell velocity drops off sharply and makes landing hits difficult past medium range. * Though her maximum range is respectable, her shell velocity drops off sharply and makes landing hits difficult past medium range.
 +* Worse secondary batteries than ''[[Leander]]''.
  
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?''Fiji''’s stock range isn't bad for her guns; what she needs most is increased survivability. Invest experience points into Hull (B) first, then go for the Fire Control Systems module. The Torpedo module upgrade is nothing more than a small bump to her torpedo damage, and can be left for last or skipped entirely.+Availability of researchable upgrades for ''{{#var:ship_name}}'' is as follows:
 +* '''Hull:''' Upgrade to Hull (B) for additional health, a small increase in AA, and improved rudder shift time. Research of this module unlocks progression to ''[[Edinburgh]]''.
 +* '''Torpedoes:''' The 533 mm Mk IX* torpedoes are nothing more than a small bump to her torpedo damage and flood chance.
 +* '''Gun Fire Control System:''' Upgrade to Mk VII mod. 2 for an extra 10% range on the main battery.
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 +''{{#var:ship_name}}''’s stock range isn't bad for her guns; what she needs most is increased survivability. Invest experience points into Hull (B) first, then go for the Fire Control Systems module. The Torpedo module upgrade and can be left for last or skipped entirely.
  
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 *'''Slot 3''': {{Aiming Systems Modification 1}}<nowiki>*</nowiki> *'''Slot 3''': {{Aiming Systems Modification 1}}<nowiki>*</nowiki>
 *'''Slot 4''': {{Steering Gears Modification 2}} *'''Slot 4''': {{Steering Gears Modification 2}}
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 '''Upgrade Slot 1''' allows players to mount one of two viable options. '''Main Armaments Modification 1''' is a generally viable choice, but players wishing to specialize for anti-aircraft duties should mount {{Auxiliary Armaments Modification 1}}. '''Upgrade Slot 1''' allows players to mount one of two viable options. '''Main Armaments Modification 1''' is a generally viable choice, but players wishing to specialize for anti-aircraft duties should mount {{Auxiliary Armaments Modification 1}}.
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 '''Upgrade Slot 2''' offers captains the ability to mount a special upgrade.Captains with access to {{Hydroacoustic Search Modification 1}} would be well-advised to equip it in this slot. '''Upgrade Slot 2''' offers captains the ability to mount a special upgrade.Captains with access to {{Hydroacoustic Search Modification 1}} would be well-advised to equip it in this slot.
  
?'''Upgrade Slot 3''' offers choices for specialization in different roles. '''Aiming Systems Modification 1''' should be equipped for ship to ship combat. {{AA Guns Modification 2}} is a good choice to provide additional defense against aircraft.+'''Upgrade Slot 3''' offers choices for specialization in different roles. '''Aiming Systems Modification 1''' should be equipped for ship to ship combat. {{AA Guns Modification 1}} is a good choice to provide additional defense against aircraft.
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?'''Upgrade Slot 4''' is a no-brainer. Prefer improved maneuverability to flooding resistance. +
  
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?Level 1's Priority Target is a great skill for ''Fiji'' commanders, as it allows players to know when it is (theoretically) safe to expose their broadside in a turn without severe punishment. Level 2's best skill is Adrenaline Rush since it provides a massive DPM boost once your health drops low and thanks to your heal you can easily control your health. Jack of All Trades is a great skill after you've taken Concealment Expert since the skill reduces the cooldown of important consumables such as your {{Smoke Generator}} or {{Repair Party}}. Superintendent is recommended at Level 3 given how dependent ''Fiji''’s performance is on effective use of her consumables. Basic Firing Training could also be taken if you plan on getting the most out of your AA and becomes a deadly combo when combined with Advanced Firing Training for more range. At Level 4, picking up Concealment Expert is first priority. Advanced Firing Training, Radio Position Finding, and Manual Fire Control for AA Armament are worthy of consideration later on; Manual Fire Control for AA Armament is a more attractive skill for subsequent ships in the line and is recommended if captains intend to move the commander to the next ship. +Level 1's Priority Target is a great skill for ''{{#var:ship_name}}'' commanders, as it allows players to know when it is (theoretically) safe to expose their broadside in a turn without severe punishment. Level 2's best skill is Adrenaline Rush since it provides a massive DPM boost once your health drops low and thanks to your heal you can easily control your health. Jack of All Trades is a great skill after captains have taken Concealment Expert since the skill reduces the cooldown of important consumables such as {{Smoke Generator}} and {{Repair Party}}. Superintendent is recommended at Level 3 given how dependent ''{{#var:ship_name}}''’s performance is on effective use of her consumables. Basic Firing Training isn't a bad pick for captains who want to get the most out of their AA, especially when combined with Level 4's Advanced Firing Training. At Level 4, picking up Concealment Expert is first priority. Advanced Firing Training, Radio Position Finding, and Manual Fire Control for AA Armament are worthy of consideration later on; Manual Fire Control for AA Armament is a more attractive skill for subsequent ships in the line and is recommended if captains intend to move the commander to the next ship.
  
?{{Commander Skills+{{Commander Skills 2
?| Priority Target = 3+<!-- This version enables a '0' rating. Use it for skills that have no effect (e.g. Improved Engines on a non-CV) or are detrimental to the ship. They should mirror what appears in the game client. -->
?| Preventative Maintenance = 0+| rating11 = 3 <!-- Priority Target -->
?| Expert Loader = +| rating12 = 1 <!-- Preventive Maint -->
?| Aircraft Servicing Expert = +| rating13 = <!-- Expert Loader -->
?| Direction Center for Catapult Aircraft = +| rating14 = 0 <!-- Air Supremacy -->
?| Dogfighting Expert = +| rating15 = <!-- Direction Center for Fighters -->
?| Incoming Fire Alert = 0+| rating16 = 0 <!-- Improved Engine Boost -->
?| Evasive Maneuver = +| rating17 = <!-- Incoming Fire Alert -->
 +| rating18 = 0 <!-- Last Gasp -->
  
?| High Alert = 0+| rating21 = <!-- High Alert -->
?| Jack of All Trades = 3+| rating22 = 3 <!-- Jack of All Trades -->
?| Expert Marksman = 1+| rating23 = 1 <!-- Expert Marksman -->
?| Torpedo Acceleration = 0+| rating24 = <!-- Torpedo Acceleration -->
?| Smoke Screen Expert = 1+| rating25 = 1 <!-- Smoke Screen Expert -->
?| Expert Rear Gunner = +| rating26 = 0 <!-- Improved Engines -->
?| Adrenaline Rush = 3+| rating27 = 3 <!-- Adrenaline Rush -->
?| Last Stand = 0+| rating28 = <!-- Last Stand -->
  
?| Survivability Expert = 0+| rating31 = <!-- Basics of Survivability -->
?| Basics of Survivability = 0+| rating32 = 2 <!-- Survivability Expert-->
?| Torpedo Armament Expertise = 0+| rating33 = <!-- Torpedo Armament Expertise-->
?| Emergency Takeoff = +| rating34 = 0 <!-- Aircraft Armor -->
?| Basic Firing Training = 1+| rating35 = 1 <!-- Basic Firing Training -->
?| Superintendent = 3+| rating36 = 3 <!-- Superintendent -->
?| Demolition Expert = +| rating37 = <!-- Demolition Expert -->
?| Vigilance = 2+| rating38 = 2 <!-- Vigilance -->
  
?| Manual Fire Control for Secondary Armament = +| rating41 = <!-- Manual Fire Control for Secondary Armament -->
?| Fire Prevention = +| rating42 = <!-- Fire Prevention -->
?| Inertia Fuse for HE Shells = +| rating43 = <!-- Inertia Fuse for HE Shells -->
?| Air Supremacy = +| rating44 = 0 <!-- Sight Stabilization -->
?| Advanced Firing Training = 1+| rating45 = 1 <!-- Advanced Firing Training -->
?| Manual Fire Control for AA Armament = 1 +| rating46 = <!-- Massive AA Fire -->
?| Radio Position Finding = 2+| rating47 = 2 <!-- Radio Position Finding -->
?| Concealment Expert = 3+| rating48 = 3 <!-- Concealment Expert -->
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 * '''Slot 4:''' {{Smoke Generator}} '''or''' {{Spotting Aircraft}} '''or''' {{Catapult Fighter}} * '''Slot 4:''' {{Smoke Generator}} '''or''' {{Spotting Aircraft}} '''or''' {{Catapult Fighter}}
  
? +Though given the choice between {{Smoke Generator}}, {{Spotting Aircraft}}, and {{Catapult Fighter}}, ''{{#var:ship_name}}'' captains will want to stick with Smoke Generator given how lightly armored ''{{#var:ship_name}}'' is. Premium consumables are highly recommended across the board. Players looking to conserve credits (or doubloons) should stick with non-premium {{Hydroacoustic Search}}, but are encouraged to equip both {{Damage Control Party II}} and {{Repair Party II}}.
?Though given the choice between Smoke Generator, Spotting Aircraft, and Catapult Fighter, ''Fiji'' captains will want to stick with Smoke Generator given how lightly armored she is. Premium consumables are highly recommended across the board. Players looking to conserve credits (or doubloons) should stick with non-premium {{Hydroacoustic Search}}, but are encouraged to equip both {{Damage Control Party II}} and {{Repair Party II}}.+
  
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 [[Ship:Camouflage#Standard Camouflage|Type 1, 2, or 5 camouflage]] can be equipped for credits; Types 2 or 5 are recommended at a minimum to reduce the accuracy of incoming shells. [[Ship:Camouflage#Standard Camouflage|Type 1, 2, or 5 camouflage]] can be equipped for credits; Types 2 or 5 are recommended at a minimum to reduce the accuracy of incoming shells.
  
?Players who wish to spend doubloons can equip ''Fiji'' with [[Ship:Camouflage#Permanent_Camouflage|Type 17 camouflage]] that lowers her detection radius, reduces the accuracy of incoming shells, reduces her repair costs, and increases the amount of experience she earns. +Players who wish to spend doubloons can equip ''{{#var:ship_name}}'' with [[Ship:Camouflage#Permanent_Camouflage|Type 17 camouflage]] that lowers her detection radius, reduces the accuracy of incoming shells, reduces her repair costs, and increases the amount of experience she earns.
  
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?Many of the enemy cruisers ''Fiji'' will run across in her games fire primarily high-explosive shells (such as ''[[Myoko]]'' and ''[[Shchors]]''), so equipping India Yankee ({{India Yankee|Size=18px}}) is a good idea if it is available for use. Because she has {{Repair Party}}, it's also recommended to mount India Delta ({{India Delta|Size=18px}}) improve her survivability. Equal Speed Charlie London ({{Equal Speed Charlie London|Size=18px}}) can be helpful in picking up useful module upgrades faster, such as the Fire Control System module (Mk VII mod. 2), which gives ''Fiji'' decent range at her tier.+Many of the enemy cruisers ''Fiji'' will run across in her games fire primarily high-explosive shells (such as ''[[Myoko]]'' and ''[[Shchors]]''), so equipping India Yankee ({{India Yankee|Size=18px}}) is a good idea if it is available for use. Because she has {{Repair Party}}, it's also recommended to mount India Delta ({{India Delta|Size=18px}}) improve her survivability. Equal Speed Charlie London ({{Equal Speed Charlie London|Size=18px}}) can be helpful in picking up useful module upgrades faster, such as the Fire Control System module (Mk VII mod. 2), which gives ''{{#var:ship_name}}'' decent range at her tier.
  
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 HMS ''Fiji'' was a Crown Colony-class light cruiser of the Royal Navy, named after the Pacific island group; the Crown colony of Fiji. She has been the only ship of the Royal Navy to bear the name.  HMS ''Fiji'' was a Crown Colony-class light cruiser of the Royal Navy, named after the Pacific island group; the Crown colony of Fiji. She has been the only ship of the Royal Navy to bear the name.
  
?The Crown Colony-class was designed in the aftermath of the Second London Naval treaty, where the size limit for cruisers was reduced from 10,000 tons to 8,000 tons. As a result, the Crown Colony-class made an attempt to keep the same armament of twelve 152mm (6-inch) guns as the previous Town-class cruisers, but on a smaller hull. To achieve this, the hull was shortened by 10 meters from the Southampton sub-class of the Towns, and the armor belt thickness was reduced to 3.5-inches (89mm), although the belt was now extended to cover the machinery spaces, as was used the ''[[Edinburgh]]'' sub-class of the Town class. Another feature inherited from the previous ''Edinburgh''’s was the Mk.XXIII turret for the 152mm Mk.XXIII gun, featuring the squared off edges on the face of the turret. However, the armor of the turrets was reduced from 114mm on the face to 51mm (2-inches) and from 51mm to 25.4mm (1-inch) on the rest of the turret. This saved 21 tons over the turrets used on ''Edinburgh''. The power of the machinery was also reduced to 72,500 shaft horsepower to save weight, thus reducing the ships top speed to 31.5 knots, as compared to 32.25 knots in the later Town-sub-classes. +The Crown Colony-class was designed in the aftermath of the Second London Naval treaty, where the size limit for cruisers was reduced from 10,000 tons to 8,000 tons. As a result, the Crown Colony-class made an attempt to keep the same armament of twelve 152mm (6-inch) guns as the previous Town-class cruisers, but on a smaller hull. To achieve this, the hull was shortened by 10 meters from the Southampton sub-class of the Towns, and the armor belt thickness was reduced to 3.5-inches (89mm), although the belt was now extended to cover the machinery spaces, as was used the ''[[Edinburgh]]'' sub-class of the Town class. Another feature inherited from the previous ''Edinburgh''’s was the Mk.XXIII turret for the 152mm Mk.XXIII gun, featuring the squared off edges on the face of the turret. However, the armor of the turrets was reduced from 114mm on the face to 51mm (2-inches) and from 51mm to 25.4mm (1-inch) on the rest of the turret. This saved 21 tons over the turrets used on ''Edinburgh''. The power of the machinery was also reduced to 72,500 shaft horsepower to save weight, thus reducing the ships top speed to 31.5 knots, as compared to 32.25 knots in the later Town sub-classes.
  
 Other features of the Crown Colony-class that differed from the Town-class was the use of straight funnels and masts, as opposed to the raked ones found on the Town-class, and the use of a transom stern. The after fire control position was mounted on the top of X-turret, as the more conventional position was found to be untenable when the after turrets fired towards the forward limits of their arcs. As a result of the armament on such a small hull, the ships proved very cramped and overcrowded in wartime conditions. Other features of the Crown Colony-class that differed from the Town-class was the use of straight funnels and masts, as opposed to the raked ones found on the Town-class, and the use of a transom stern. The after fire control position was mounted on the top of X-turret, as the more conventional position was found to be untenable when the after turrets fired towards the forward limits of their arcs. As a result of the armament on such a small hull, the ships proved very cramped and overcrowded in wartime conditions.
  
?The second group of the Crown Colony-class, the ''Ceylon'' sub-class, restored the 80,000 shaft horsepower machinery of the Town-class and thus the top speed. This was achieved at the expense of X-turret, reducing the main armament to nine 152mm rifles, but this change enhanced the ships anti-aircraft outfit and eased living conditions for the crews, making them less cramped. The X-turret was removed from the ''Fiji'' sub-class (except ''Nigeria'') as allowed later in the second world war.+The second group of the Crown Colony-class, the ''Ceylon'' sub-class, restored the 80,000 shaft horsepower machinery of the Town-class and thus the top speed. This was achieved at the expense of X-turret, reducing the main armament to nine 152mm rifles, but this change enhanced the ships anti-aircraft outfit and eased living conditions for the crews, making them less cramped. The X-turret was removed from the ''Fiji'' sub-class as allowed later in the Second World War, except for ''Nigeria'' where it was removed in 1954.
  
 Although HMS ''Nigeria'' was laid down first, ''Fiji'' was launched and commissioned first, and hence gave her name to the first sub-class of the Crown Colony-class.  Although HMS ''Nigeria'' was laid down first, ''Fiji'' was launched and commissioned first, and hence gave her name to the first sub-class of the Crown Colony-class.
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 HMS ''Fiji'' was commissioned on 5 May 1940, and was assigned to the Home Fleet where she participated in the blockade of German-controlled Europe and escorted convoys. She was due to take part in Operation Menace, the attack on Dakar, but she was hit by a torpedo from submarine ''U-32'', which necessitated 6 months of repairs. In early 1941, after patrolling the Denmark Strait for the German raider ''Admiral Scheer'', she was transferred to Force H, this time operating off the west coast of France as well as performing convoy escort duties on the Malta route. In May 1941, during the battle and evacuation of Crete, ''Fiji'' was tasked with covering the rescue of survivors from the destroyer HMS ''Greyhound'', along with 2 other destroyers and the Town-class HMS ''Gloucester''. However, low on anti-aircraft ammunition, the ships were attacked, and ''Fiji'' sustained 4 bomb hits, which slowed her and eventually caused her to capsize on 22 May 1941. 523 survivors were picked up. HMS ''Fiji'' was commissioned on 5 May 1940, and was assigned to the Home Fleet where she participated in the blockade of German-controlled Europe and escorted convoys. She was due to take part in Operation Menace, the attack on Dakar, but she was hit by a torpedo from submarine ''U-32'', which necessitated 6 months of repairs. In early 1941, after patrolling the Denmark Strait for the German raider ''Admiral Scheer'', she was transferred to Force H, this time operating off the west coast of France as well as performing convoy escort duties on the Malta route. In May 1941, during the battle and evacuation of Crete, ''Fiji'' was tasked with covering the rescue of survivors from the destroyer HMS ''Greyhound'', along with 2 other destroyers and the Town-class HMS ''Gloucester''. However, low on anti-aircraft ammunition, the ships were attacked, and ''Fiji'' sustained 4 bomb hits, which slowed her and eventually caused her to capsize on 22 May 1941. 523 survivors were picked up.
  
?HMS ''Nigeria'' was commissioned in September 1940 and was also assigned to the Home fleet. There she spent the majority of her early war service performing convoy escort duties in the North Atlantic and Arctic. In June 1941, she intercepted the German weather ship ''Lauenburg'', and recovered parts of an enigma machine and code books before the ship sank. The next month, ''Fiji'' operated in the Arctic, sinking the German training ship ''Bremse'' off Norway, though she received damage to her bows, possibly from a mine, and required repairs. By August 1942, repairs were complete, and ''Nigeria'' was sent to the Mediterranean to provide escort for the Malta convoy; Operation Pedestal. However she was torpedoed and damaged by the Italian submarine ''Axum'' during the battle and sent to the US for repairs. ''Nigeria'' operated in the South Atlantic in 1943, and joined ''Kenya'' with the British Pacific Fleet in 1944, taking part in operations against the Japanese. ''Nigeria'' was the only ''Fiji'' sub-class to retain X-turret. Her post-war service station was the South Atlantic until 1950, when she was placed in reserve. In 1954, ''Nigeria'' was sold to India where she was renamed ''Mysore''. ''Mysore'' served in the Indian Navy until the 1980's when she was finally decommissioned and scrapped.+HMS ''Nigeria'' was commissioned in September 1940 and was also assigned to the Home fleet. There she spent the majority of her early war service performing convoy escort duties in the North Atlantic and Arctic. In June 1941, she intercepted the German weather ship ''Lauenburg'', and recovered parts of an enigma machine and code books before the ship sank. The next month, ''Fiji'' operated in the Arctic, sinking the German training ship ''Bremse'' off Norway, though she received damage to her bows, possibly from a mine, and required repairs. By August 1942, repairs were complete, and ''Nigeria'' was sent to the Mediterranean to provide escort for the Malta convoy; Operation Pedestal. However she was torpedoed and damaged by the Italian submarine ''Axum'' during the battle and sent to the US for repairs. ''Nigeria'' operated in the South Atlantic in 1943, and joined ''Kenya'' with the British Pacific Fleet in 1944, taking part in operations against the Japanese. ''Nigeria'' was the only ''Fiji'' sub-class to retain X-turret post war, until it's removal in 1954. Her post-war service station was the South Atlantic until 1950, when she was placed in reserve. In 1954, ''Nigeria'' was sold to India where she was renamed ''Mysore''. ''Mysore'' served in the Indian Navy until the 1980's when she was finally decommissioned and scrapped.
  
 HMS ''Kenya'' was also commissioned in September 1940 and assigned to the Home Fleet. She performed convoy escort duties in the North Atlantic, but in May 1941 was tasked, along with the rest of her squadron, with hunting the ''[[Bismarck]]'' and her supply ships, one of which, the ''Belchen'' was caught by ''Kenya''. In October 1941, she sank the German blockade runner ''Kota Pinang'' off Cape Finisterre. ''Kenya'' then served a short tour in the Mediterranean before departing again for the North Atlantic and Arctic waters. There she participated in operations against German ships and installations on the Norwegian coast until mid-1942. Deployed to the Mediterranean again to take part in the Malta convoys; Operations Harpoon and Pedestal, ''Kenya'' was torpedoed by the Italian submarine ''Alagi'' during Pedestal, and returned to the UK for repairs until the end of 1942. From 1943 to the end of the war, ''Kenya'' accompanied the British Pacific Fleet as it conducted raids through the East Indies and into the Central Pacific. Post-war, ''Kenya'' was assigned to the Americas until she was placed in reserve during the final years of the decade. ''Kenya'' was reactivated for the Korean War, and joined Royal Navy forces there. After the war, Kenya again served in the Americas, the Mediterranean, and the Atlantic before once again being placed in reserve in 1958. ''Kenya'' was sold for scrapping in 1962. HMS ''Kenya'' was also commissioned in September 1940 and assigned to the Home Fleet. She performed convoy escort duties in the North Atlantic, but in May 1941 was tasked, along with the rest of her squadron, with hunting the ''[[Bismarck]]'' and her supply ships, one of which, the ''Belchen'' was caught by ''Kenya''. In October 1941, she sank the German blockade runner ''Kota Pinang'' off Cape Finisterre. ''Kenya'' then served a short tour in the Mediterranean before departing again for the North Atlantic and Arctic waters. There she participated in operations against German ships and installations on the Norwegian coast until mid-1942. Deployed to the Mediterranean again to take part in the Malta convoys; Operations Harpoon and Pedestal, ''Kenya'' was torpedoed by the Italian submarine ''Alagi'' during Pedestal, and returned to the UK for repairs until the end of 1942. From 1943 to the end of the war, ''Kenya'' accompanied the British Pacific Fleet as it conducted raids through the East Indies and into the Central Pacific. Post-war, ''Kenya'' was assigned to the Americas until she was placed in reserve during the final years of the decade. ''Kenya'' was reactivated for the Korean War, and joined Royal Navy forces there. After the war, Kenya again served in the Americas, the Mediterranean, and the Atlantic before once again being placed in reserve in 1958. ''Kenya'' was sold for scrapping in 1962.
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 * In game, ''Fiji'' has a 114mm main belt, while it was only 89mm historically. This increase can be explained by the addition of the 25mm backing plate into the belt armor value. * In game, ''Fiji'' has a 114mm main belt, while it was only 89mm historically. This increase can be explained by the addition of the 25mm backing plate into the belt armor value.
 * ''Fiji'' uses the armor values for the Mk.XXIII turrets from ''[[Edinburgh]]'', the actual values for ''Fiji'''s Mk.XXIII turrets were 51mm for the front, and 25mm elsewhere. * ''Fiji'' uses the armor values for the Mk.XXIII turrets from ''[[Edinburgh]]'', the actual values for ''Fiji'''s Mk.XXIII turrets were 51mm for the front, and 25mm elsewhere.
?* The 51mm deck armor of ''Fiji'' is seemingly not present. +* The 51mm deck armor of ''Fiji'' is not observable and may not be present.
 * Both Hull (A) and Hull (B) have completely fictional anti-aircraft armament. No cruiser of the ''Fiji'' sub-class ever carried octuple 40mm 'pom-poms' or quadruple 40mm Bofors. The smaller guns are very loosely based off of various conditions of HMS ''Kenya'', but are not consistent. * Both Hull (A) and Hull (B) have completely fictional anti-aircraft armament. No cruiser of the ''Fiji'' sub-class ever carried octuple 40mm 'pom-poms' or quadruple 40mm Bofors. The smaller guns are very loosely based off of various conditions of HMS ''Kenya'', but are not consistent.
 * ''Fiji''’s actual anti-aircraft complement at the time of her sinking were four twin 4-inch (102 mm) dual-purpose guns, two quadruple 40 mm Vickers pom-pom guns and four quadruple 12.7 mm Vickers machine guns. * ''Fiji''’s actual anti-aircraft complement at the time of her sinking were four twin 4-inch (102 mm) dual-purpose guns, two quadruple 40 mm Vickers pom-pom guns and four quadruple 12.7 mm Vickers machine guns.
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 * Although ''Fiji'' uses the same 152mm Mk.XXVIII guns as ''[[Belfast]]'', ''[[Leander]]'', ''[[Edinburgh]]'' and ''[[Perth]]'', ''Fiji'', like other regular Royal Navy Light cruisers in game only gets access to [[Ship:Ammo#Armor Piercing|armor-piercing]] (AP) shells. Historically, ships using the Mk.XXVIII gun were outfitted with both AP/CPBC (Common Pointed Ballistic Cap) and HE shells. * Although ''Fiji'' uses the same 152mm Mk.XXVIII guns as ''[[Belfast]]'', ''[[Leander]]'', ''[[Edinburgh]]'' and ''[[Perth]]'', ''Fiji'', like other regular Royal Navy Light cruisers in game only gets access to [[Ship:Ammo#Armor Piercing|armor-piercing]] (AP) shells. Historically, ships using the Mk.XXVIII gun were outfitted with both AP/CPBC (Common Pointed Ballistic Cap) and HE shells.
 * The premium camouflage for ''Fiji'' is actually that of sister ship HMS ''Trinidad''. * The premium camouflage for ''Fiji'' is actually that of sister ship HMS ''Trinidad''.
?* The Union flag displayed on the roof of Y-turret would only have been present on members of the class that saw service in the Korean War, while ''Fiji'' in game is based off the class as they appeared during the second world war.+* The Union Jack flag displayed on the roof of 'Y'-turret would only have been present on members of the class that saw service in the Korean War, while ''Fiji'' in game is based off the class as they appeared during the Second World War.
 * Although the in game description lists 11 in the ''Fiji'' class, the last 3 ships are commonly considered their own sub-class (the ''Ceylon'' sub class). * Although the in game description lists 11 in the ''Fiji'' class, the last 3 ships are commonly considered their own sub-class (the ''Ceylon'' sub class).
  
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 +# [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Fiji_(58) HMS ''Fiji'' (58) - Wikipedia]
 +# [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crown_Colony-class_cruiser Crown Colony-class cruiser - Wikipedia]
 +# [https://worldofwarships.com/en/news/history/fiji-naval-stories/ HMS Fiji vs. The Luftwaffe: Naval Stories - News - World of Warships]
  
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Cruiser | U.K. | Tier VII
Tech Tree Position
Leander
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Edinburgh
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General
Research price70000 exp
Purchase price5,500,000 Credits
Hit Points27,500 
Main Battery
152 mm/50 Mk XXIII4 х 3 pcs.
Rate of Fireshots/min.
Reload Time7.5 sec.
Rotation Speeddeg./sec.
180 Degree Turn Time25.71 sec.
Firing Range13.97 km.
Maximum Dispersion129 m.
Chance of Fire on Target Caused by HE Shell%
AP Shell152 mm AP 6crh Mk IV 
Maximum AP Shell Damage3,100 
Initial AP Shell Velocity841 m./s.
AP Shell Weight50.8 kg.
Secondary Armament #1
102 mm/45 QF Mk XIX4 х 2 pcs.
Firing Range4.5 km.
Rate of Fire20 shots/min.
Reload Timesec.
HE Shell102 mm HE 35 lb 
Maximum HE Shell Damage1,500 
Initial HE Shell Velocity811 m./s.
Chance of Fire on Target Caused by HE Shel%
Torpedo Tubes
533 mm TR Mk IV2 х 3 pcs.
Rate of Fire0.83 shots/min.
Reload Time72 sec.
Rotation Speed25 deg./sec.
180 Degree Turn Time7.2 sec.
Torpedo533 mm Mk IX 
Maximum Damage15,433 
Torpedo Speed61 knot
Torpedo Range8.01 km.
AA Defense
20 mm Oerlikon Mk IV5 х 1 pcs.
. . . Average Damage per Second18 
. . . Firing Range2.01 km.
20 mm Oerlikon Mk V6 х 2 pcs.
. . . Average Damage per Second36.6 
. . . Firing Range2.01 km.
40 mm Vickers 2-pdr. Mk VIII2 х 8 pcs.
. . . Average Damage per Second39.6 
. . . Firing Range2.49 km.
102 mm/45 QF Mk XIX4 х 2 pcs.
. . . Average Damage per Second37.6 
. . . Firing Range5.01 km.
Maneuverability
Maximum Speed32.5 knot
Turning Circle Radius590 m.
Rudder Shift Time12.1 sec.
Concealment
Surface Detectability Range11.52 km.
Air Detectability Range6.44 km.
Battle Levels
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VII
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5,500,000

Fiji — British Tier VII cruiser.

A further development of a multi-purpose cruiser ship for the Royal Navy. Despite the fact that the ship's displacement was limited by international treaties, she carried numerous rapid-firing main guns.

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)
152 mm/50 Mk XXIII825.711293,100 0360,000
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)
Fiji (A)27,5009114442/4/5/620 0550,000
Fiji (B)31,4009114442/3/1020 18,5001,300,000
Torpedoes Rate of Fire
(shots/min)
Torpedo Tubes Reload Time
(sec)
180° Turn Time
(sec)
Maximum Damage
(HP)
Torpedo Speed
(knot)
Torpedo Range
(km)
Research price
(exp)
Purchase price
( Credits)
533 mm Mk IX0.8727.215,433618 0500,000
533 mm Mk IX*0.8727.215,866618 12,0001,000,000
Gun Fire Control System Firing Range Increase
(%)
Maximum Firing Range
(km)
Research price
(exp)
Purchase price
( Credits)
Mk VII mod. 1014 0500,000
Mk VII mod. 21015.4 12,5001,200,000
Engine Maximum Speed
(knot)
Research price
(exp)
Purchase price
( Credits)
Propulsion: 80,000 hp32.5 0400,000

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 Torpedo Tubes Modification 1
 Slot 4  Damage Control System Modification 2 Steering Gears Modification 1

Player Opinion

Performance

If Tier VI's Leander is considered "settling in" to the back half of the British cruiser line, then the best advice for captains embarking aboard Tier VII's Fiji for the first time is "buckle up and enjoy the ride".

Fiji maintains the branch's theme of 152mm main battery rifles, but moves up to mounting twelve of them in four triple-barrel turrets. As such, she is considerably up-gunned from Leander, and successors Edinburgh and Neptune boast identical configurations. At eight rounds per minute (a 7.5 second reload time), her main battery boasts the best rate of fire of all Tier VII cruisers, and she retains the 8.0 km maximum torpedo range of Leander’s upgraded torpedoes. Her unique mix of main battery and longer range torpedoes allow Fiji to hang in fights with equal-tier cruisers of other nations, and maintains her as a threat to enemy destroyers who wander too close.

First-time Fiji captains may think that she feels big for a light cruiser, and they're right. She has an increased beam over Leander, which allowed her designers to fit triple-barreled turrets on her hull. There's a subsequent increase to her detection radius, but she retains most of Leander’s handling characteristics; Fiji’s turning circle is tighter, and her rudder shift is — for all intents and purposes — the same. Her anti-aircraft suite is satisfactory if unremarkable, and is approximately on par with German counterpart Yorck.

Despite the British cruiser reputation for light armor, Fiji's belt armor is a surprisingly respectable 114 mm — much better than Russian Tier VII cruiser Shchors, and at least competitive with the armor protection of other nations — and can bounce a surprising amount of shells when angled. However, her citadel is long and her athwartship armor is quite weak, so it is still inadvisable to attempt to bow-tank.

Just like Leander, Fiji works best with friendly ships around. She's ideal for backing up allied destroyers, though she can even cause significant damage to battleships in the right situations. Nonetheless, if kept in combat where she is able to maximize her strengths against enemy cruisers and destroyers, she is an exceptional ship in the hands of the right captain.

Pros:

  • Good main battery range (15.4 km fully upgraded).
  • Highly effective against enemy cruisers and destroyers.
  • Guns can devastate enemy battleships if stealth can be maintained.
  • Retains access to the Repair Party (While active, restores a percentage of the ship's health points each second.) consumable.
  • Excellent main battery guns in a user-friendly layout.
  • Below average detection range (i.e. good stealth).
  • Excellent handling characteristics; quick rudder shift and tight turning circle.
  • Best belt armor in the line, especially for her tier.

Cons:

  • Long citadel and weak athwartship armor.
  • Fairly ineffective against angled enemy battleships.
  • Anti-aircraft suite is merely average.
  • Though her maximum range is respectable, her shell velocity drops off sharply and makes landing hits difficult past medium range.
  • Worse secondary batteries than Leander.

Research

Availability of researchable upgrades for Fiji is as follows:

  • Hull: Upgrade to Hull (B) for additional health, a small increase in AA, and improved rudder shift time. Research of this module unlocks progression to Edinburgh.
  • Torpedoes: The 533 mm Mk IX* torpedoes are nothing more than a small bump to her torpedo damage and flood chance.
  • Gun Fire Control System: Upgrade to Mk VII mod. 2 for an extra 10% range on the main battery.
Fiji’s stock range isn't bad for her guns; what she needs most is increased survivability. Invest experience points into Hull (B) first, then go for the Fire Control Systems module. The Torpedo module upgrade and can be left for last or skipped entirely.

Optimal Configuration

Upgrades

The recommended upgrades for Fiji are as follows:

Upgrade Slot 1 allows players to mount one of two viable options. Main Armaments Modification 1 is a generally viable choice, but players wishing to specialize for anti-aircraft duties should mount Auxiliary Armaments Modification 1 (Increases survivability of the secondary battery and AA mounts: +100% survivability to each.).

Upgrade Slot 2 offers captains the ability to mount a special upgrade.Captains with access to Hydroacoustic Search Modification 1 (Increases the action time of the Hydroacoustic Search consumable.: +20% action time.) would be well-advised to equip it in this slot.

Upgrade Slot 3 offers choices for specialization in different roles. Aiming Systems Modification 1 should be equipped for ship to ship combat. AA Guns Modification 1 (Improves AA efficiency: +20% reduction in the preparation time of the priority AA sector.) is a good choice to provide additional defense against aircraft.

Commander Skills

Level 1's Priority Target is a great skill for Fiji commanders, as it allows players to know when it is (theoretically) safe to expose their broadside in a turn without severe punishment. Level 2's best skill is Adrenaline Rush since it provides a massive DPM boost once your health drops low and thanks to your heal you can easily control your health. Jack of All Trades is a great skill after captains have taken Concealment Expert since the skill reduces the cooldown of important consumables such as Smoke Generator (While active, generates a smoke screen that blocks line-of-sight for both enemies and teammates.) and Repair Party (While active, restores a percentage of the ship's health points each second.). Superintendent is recommended at Level 3 given how dependent Fiji’s performance is on effective use of her consumables. Basic Firing Training isn't a bad pick for captains who want to get the most out of their AA, especially when combined with Level 4's Advanced Firing Training. At Level 4, picking up Concealment Expert is first priority. Advanced Firing Training, Radio Position Finding, and Manual Fire Control for AA Armament are worthy of consideration later on; Manual Fire Control for AA Armament is a more attractive skill for subsequent ships in the line and is recommended if captains intend to move the commander to the next ship.

Consumables

Fiji can equip the following consumables:

Though given the choice between Smoke Generator (While active, generates a smoke screen that blocks line-of-sight for both enemies and teammates.), Spotting Aircraft (While active, a spotter plane circles the ship enhancing main battery firing range.), and Catapult Fighter (While active, a group of fighter planes circles the ship providing protection by attacking incoming enemy aircraft.), Fiji captains will want to stick with Smoke Generator given how lightly armored Fiji is. Premium consumables are highly recommended across the board. Players looking to conserve credits (or doubloons) should stick with non-premium Hydroacoustic Search (While active, detects all enemy ships and torpedoes within the specified radius, without regard of obstacles such as smoke and terrain.), but are encouraged to equip both Damage Control Party II (When activated, instantly repairs fires, floods, and incapacitations, and prevents more for the duration.) and Repair Party II (While active, restores a fixed percentage of a ship's hit points each second.).

Camouflage

Type 1, 2, or 5 camouflage can be equipped for credits; Types 2 or 5 are recommended at a minimum to reduce the accuracy of incoming shells.

Players who wish to spend doubloons can equip Fiji with Type 17 camouflage that lowers her detection radius, reduces the accuracy of incoming shells, reduces her repair costs, and increases the amount of experience she earns.

Signals

Many of the enemy cruisers Fiji will run across in her games fire primarily high-explosive shells (such as Myoko and Shchors), so equipping India Yankee (-20% to fire duration.) is a good idea if it is available for use. Because she has Repair Party (While active, restores a percentage of the ship's health points each second.), it's also recommended to mount India Delta (+20% to the amount of HP recovered when the Repair Party consumable is used.) improve her survivability. Equal Speed Charlie London (+50% XP earned for the battle.) can be helpful in picking up useful module upgrades faster, such as the Fire Control System module (Mk VII mod. 2), which gives Fiji decent range at her tier.

Gallery

Historical Info

Historical Gallery

References

  1. HMS Fiji (58) - Wikipedia
  2. Crown Colony-class cruiser - Wikipedia
  3. HMS Fiji vs. The Luftwaffe: Naval Stories - News - World of Warships
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