As a way to break out of the meta, add a bit more versatility to the team, and have a bit more fun, I have been playing a lot of the Radar Minotaur. To preface this however, this particular configuration of this ship is not for everyone and can be quite difficult and frustrating as well – if RNG wants the enemy to get random citadels on you from 20km – RNG gives them citadels. That being said, this setup is an absolute brown-pant moment for a destroyer, especially if your team is paying attention and you can have a very big affect on the game as a result. But this can go in the other direction very quickly because the mino is so squishy. So here is my review of the Radar Minotaur, my setup, and a few tips on how to be effective (if RNG likes you).
As a novice or even ‘average’ World of Ships player, playing to your strengths can be difficult. You’re likely just figuring out the game, the mechanics, a particular ship, etc. This shouldn’t stop you from finding your own niche of play and using it to your advantage. Often times, figuring this out early (or earlier than most) will make forward progress move much faster and playing a new ship, or even class, that much easier. So how can you determine your strengths? How do I profit from those strengths? What can I do to improve them? Continue reading to get an idea.