What are you going on about? The Hood was destroyed by a lucky hit, I would invite you to at least show some respect to the memory of the sailors who lost their lives there, at the very least try to spell the name of the ships involved correctly, Bismark, not Bishmark! The Bismark's demise was ultimately down to a squadron of Fairey Swordfish, how's that then? The pride of the German Navy crippled by an obsolescent bi-plane! Second, the Japanese hopes of victory were finished long before the demise of the Yamato, after Guadalcanal all they could really hope for was that they could make a US victory in the Pacific seem too costly and when all's said and done there was really little hope of that. nr.3 Prince of Wales.... she is the most fearsome ship in BF1942 and got more guns that the entire swedish army (well....) I assume it is a wargame of sorts, but I've never played it so I don't know, but in Microfleet WWII the most fearsome ship available is without a doubt the Bismark, doesn't mean any wargame mirrors reality though :wink: Welcome onboard here though anyhow, Simon.