|105 mm L/40 SK C/0410 х 1 pcs.|
|Rate of Fire15 shots/min.|
|Reload Time4 sec.|
|Rotation Speed10 deg./sec.|
|180 Degree Turn Time18 sec.|
|Firing Range9.93 km.|
|Maximum Dispersion101 m.|
|HE Shell105 mm Spr.Gr. L/3.85|
|Maximum HE Shell Damage1200|
|Chance of Fire on Target Caused by HE Shell4 %|
|Initial HE Shell Velocity710 m./s.|
|HE Shell Weight17.5 kg.|
|AP Shell105 mm P.Spr.Gr. L/3.9|
|Maximum AP Shell Damage1700|
|Initial AP Shell Velocity710 m./s.|
|AP Shell Weight17.4 kg.|
|7.92 mm MG 084 х 1 pcs.|
|. . . Average Damage per Second6.8|
|. . . Firing Range0.99 km.|
|Maximum Speed24 knot|
|Turning Circle Radius420 m.|
|Rudder Shift Time4.9 sec.|
|Surface Detectability Range9.54 km.|
|Air Detectability Range4.53 km.|
Emden — German promo premium Tier II cruiser.
El barco sirvió como uno de los cruceros multipropósito protegidos de la Marina Alemana. Comparado con el barco líder, poseía una propulsión de tipo diferente. Portaba numerosa artillería de tiro rápido de calibre relativamente pequeño, y estaba bien protegido para ser un barco de su tipo.
The ship was given out during the 2015 Holiday season by completing a three part mission series.
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For player opinion on the researchable ship of equivalent performance, see Dresden.
LittleWhiteMouse's Premium Ship Review: Emden from the NA forums
- Insanely fast reload.
- Great turret turning time.
- Puts a lot of lead down range.
- Is a DDs worse nightmare due to HE spam.
- Is virtually the Dresden in everyway, players familiar with her will have no problem using her.
- Shortest firing range of all Tier II cruisers.
- HE shells do extremely small amounts of damage and AP is practically worthless.
- Large turning radius for a ship her size makes dodging torpedoes a challenge.
- High shell arc.
- No secondaries.
CamouflageAs a premium ship, Emden comes included with Type 9 camouflage that lowers her detection radius, reduces the accuracy of incoming shells, and increases the amount of experience she earns.
- Danzig Naval Yard; Danzig, Germany
- Laid down: 1906
- Launched: 26 May 1908
- Commissioned: 10 July 1909
- 3,664 tons displacement, standard
- 117.9m length
- 13.5m beam
- 5.5m draft
- 12 boilers, 4 turbines
- 24 knots at 15,000 shaft horsepower
- 3,600 nautical miles at 14 knots
- Decks: 20-30mm
- Gunshields: 50mm
- Conning tower: 100mm
- Ten (10x1) 105mm guns
- Ten (10x1) 52mm guns
- Two (2x1) 457mm submerged torpedo tubes
SMS Emden was the second and final member of the Dresden class of light cruisers built for the Imperial German Navy (Kaiserliche Marine). Named for the town of Emden, she was laid down at the Kaiserliche Werft (Imperial Dockyard) in Danzig in 1906. Her hull was launched in May 1908, and completed in July 1909. She had one sister ship, Dresden. Like the preceding Königsberg-class cruisers, Emden was armed with ten (10) 10.5 cm (4.1-inch) guns and two torpedo tubes.
Emden spent the majority of her career overseas in the German East Asia Squadron, based in Tsingtao, in the Kiautschou Bay concession in China. In 1913, she came under the command of Karl von Müller, who would captain the ship during World War I. At the outbreak of hostilities, Emden captured a Russian steamer and converted her into the commerce raider Cormoran. Emden rejoined the East Asia Squadron, after which she was detached for independent raiding in the Indian Ocean. The cruiser spent nearly two months operating in the region, and captured nearly two dozen ships. In late October 1914, Emden launched a surprise attack on Penang; in the resulting Battle of Penang, she sank the Russian cruiser Zhemchug and the French destroyer Mousquet.
Müller then took Emden to raid the Cocos Islands, where he landed a contingent of sailors to destroy British facilities. There, Emden was attacked by the Australian cruiser HMAS Sydney. The more powerful Australian ship quickly inflicted serious damage and forced Müller to run his ship aground to prevent her from sinking. Out of a crew of 376, 133 were killed in the battle. Most of the survivors were taken prisoner; the landing party, led by Hellmuth von Mücke, commandeered an old schooner and eventually returned to Germany. Emden's wreck was quickly destroyed by wave action, and was broken up for scrap in the 1950s.
Historical AccuracyEmden was sunk during World War I and only served with the Imperial German Navy, yet it flies the Kriegsmarine ensign of Nazi Germany. The flag itself did not exist until the 1930s.
|Destroyers||II V-25 • III G-101 • IV V-170 • V T-22 • VI Ernst Gaede • VI T-61 • VII Leberecht Maass • VII Z-39 • VIII Z-23 • IX Z-46 • X Z-52|
|Cruisers||I Hermelin • II Dresden • II Emden • III Kolberg • IV Karlsruhe • V Königsberg • VI Nürnberg • VI Admiral Graf Spee • VI HSF Admiral Graf Spee • VII Yorck • VIII Admiral Hipper • VIII Prinz Eugen • IX Roon • IX Sigfrido • X Hindenburg|
|Battleships||III Nassau • III König Albert • IV Kaiser • V König • V Viribus Unitis • VI Bayern • VI Prinz Eitel Friedrich • VII Gneisenau • VII Scharnhorst • VIII Tirpitz • VIII Bismarck • VIII Tirpitz B • IX Friedrich der Große • X Großer Kurfürst|
|Aircraft Carriers||VIII Graf Zeppelin|