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?<h2>''{{#var:ship_name}}'', YEAR</h2>+<h2>SMS ''V25'', 1913</h2>
?:FABRICATION YARD;CITY, COUNTRY+:Builder: AG Vulcan; Stettin, German Empire
?:Laid down: DD MONTH YEAR+:Ordered: 1 April 1913
?:Launched: DD MONTH YEAR+:Launched: 29 January 1914
?:Commissioned: DD MONTH YEAR+:Commissioned: 27 June 1914
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?:XX tons displacement, standard+:Displacement: 975 tons, standard
?:XXm length+:Length: 78.5m
?:XXm beam+:Beam: 8.33m
?:XXm draft +:Draft: 3.3m
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 ====Machinery==== ====Machinery====
?:+:3 oil-fired boilers, 2 steam turbines
 +:225 tons of oil
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 ====Performance==== ====Performance====
?:XX knots at XX shaft horsepower+:33.5 knots at 23,500 shaft horsepower
?:XX nm at XX knots+:1,080 nautical miles at 20 knots
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 ====Armament==== ====Armament====
 =====Main===== =====Main=====
?:+:Three (3x1) 88mm SK L/45 guns
 =====Torpedoes===== =====Torpedoes=====
?:+:Six (2x1, 2x2) 500mm torpedo tubes
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?=====Total=====+:3 Officers, 80 Enlisted
?===== Bombers=====+
 ===History=== ===History===
 +As their name might imply, the Type 1913-class ''Hochseetorpedoboote'' (ocean-going torpedo-boats) were designated for the 1913 and 1914 fiscal year naval construction programs of the ''Kaiserliche Marine''. Contemporarily known as the ''[[V-25|V25]]''-class (based on the lead ship), the main goal for their inception was to improve on the Type 1911-class torpedo boats – contemporarily known as the ''V1''-class – which proved to be disapprovingly ineffective at their intended role
 +Many improvements were summarily implemented. In comparison to their predecessors, the ''V25''-class was larger in every dimension to increase overall displacement, and ergo increase internal volume and functionality. As well, the vessels moved to using purely oil-firing boilers, instead of the more common coal or mix-firing boilers of the time. Despite the greater operating costs, the intended effects were achieved. The class of vessels were able to achieve better cruising capabilities and in general attain better seaworthiness. The transition to oil-firing machinery resulted in higher speeds. In fact, despite the design specifications rating the propulsion to achieve no more than 33 knots, almost every ship was able to exceed that parameter in sea trials; the fastest ships surpassed the benchmark by almost 3 knots. Furthermore, since the oil-firing equipment was smaller than conventional coal and mix-firing equipment, less manpower had to be dedicated to their daily operations, and the space saved could be allotted for more fuel. Hence, the ''V25''-class achieved greater operation range than that of their predecessors as well.
?====Design====+The class was able to incorporate some of the latest torpedo boat-level weaponry that was in the ''Kaiserliche Marine'' arsenal. The class all mounted three of the latest 88mm SK L/45 rifled guns in single mounts; forward, centre, and aft, respectively. To increase their potency, most of the coats in the class later had their guns replaced with the much more powerful 105mm SK L/45 guns. Furthermore, the class carried six torpedo tubes with eight of the latest 50cm torpedoes. Interesting to note, the ''Kaiserliche Marine'' still kept experimenting with and implementing forward facing torpedo tubes, which later would become a staple of torpedo boat construction.
?====Service====+Interestingly, SMS ''V-25'' herself briefly carried a Friedrichshafen FF.33 seaplane in place of her middle gun.
 +Over the span of three years, three shipyards would construct 71 Type 1913 ''Hochseetorpedoboote'' across Imperial Germany. As per the serializing procedure of the ''Kaiserliche Marine'', the ships were numbered according to the yard that built them. For example, SMS ''V25'' was the 25th torpedo boat built by AG Vulcan Stettin.
?|HistoricalGallery=<!-- write below list of files with description (if necessary) separated with | --><gallery>+These 71 torpedo boats would go onto serving in the High Seas Fleet during World War I. 62 would be lost over the course of the War: 32 sunk during combat in the North and Baltic Seas, 30 would be scuttled with the German fleet in Scapa Flow. The remaining 6 were given off as war reparations to Britain, France, and Italy.
 +===Historical Accuracy===
 +The ''V-25''-class only served with the Imperial German Navy. The Republic of China considered ordering torpedo boats from Imperial Germany to bolster its Navy, but such a decision was not further pursued.
 +|HistoricalGallery=<!-- write below list of files with description (if necessary) separated with | --><gallery>
 +File:V-43.jpg|SMS ''V-43'' underway, date unknown.
 +File:V-25-2.jpg|Artist's rendering of ''V-25''.
 +File:V-25.jpg|Line drawing of ''V-25''.
 </gallery> </gallery>

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Destroyer | Pan-Asia | Tier II
Tech Tree Position
Phra Ruang
Research price450 exp
Purchase price60,000 Credits
Hit Points6,900 
Main Battery
105 mm L/45 Tbts LC/163 х 1 pcs.
Rate of Fire15 shots/min.
Reload Timesec.
Rotation Speed10 deg./sec.
180 Degree Turn Time18 sec.
Firing Range7.74 km.
Maximum Dispersion78 m.
HE Shell105 mm Spr.Gr. L/3.85 
Maximum HE Shell Damage1,200 
Chance of Fire on Target Caused by HE Shell%
Initial HE Shell Velocity715 m./s.
HE Shell Weight18 kg.
AP Shell105 mm P.Spr.Gr. 
Maximum AP Shell Damage2,300 
Initial AP Shell Velocity715 m./s.
AP Shell Weight18.2 kg.
Torpedo Tubes
500 mm Zwilling2 х 2 pcs.
Rate of Fire1.88 shots/min.
Reload Time32 sec.
Rotation Speed25 deg./sec.
180 Degree Turn Time7.2 sec.
TorpedoG/6 D 
Maximum Damage9,233 
Torpedo Speed49 knot
Torpedo Range8.4 km.
Maximum Speed36 knot
Turning Circle Radius440 m.
Rudder Shift Time2.9 sec.
Surface Detectability Range5.4 km.
Air Detectability Range1.99 km.
Battle Levels

Longjiang — Pan-Asian Tier II destroyer.

In 1913, this destroyer was ordered from Germany in order to reinforce the Republic of China Navy with up-to-date ships. She was never built, but her design formed the basis for German V-25 destroyers.


link=Ship: Rate of Fire
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Maximum Dispersion
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105 mm L/45 Tbts LC/161518781,20052,300 07,500
link=Ship: Hit Points
Main Turrets
Secondary Gun Turrets
AA Mounts
Torpedo Tubes
Hangar Capacity
Research price
Purchase price
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Longjiang (A)6,90069320 010,000
Longjiang (B)7,70069320 27028,000
link=Ship: Rate of Fire
Torpedo Tubes Reload Time
180° Turn Time
Maximum Damage
Torpedo Speed
Torpedo Range
Research price
Purchase price
( Credits)
G/6 D1.9327.29,233498.4 09,500
link=Ship: Firing Range Increase
Maximum Firing Range
Research price
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FKS Typ 2 Mod. 107.7 04,500
FKS Typ 2 Mod. 2108.5 23016,000
link=Ship: Maximum Speed
Research price
Purchase price
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Propulsion: 24,800 hp36 05,000

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