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How can I get more ships to help me in battles?
On the team that I am fighting they almost always have 2-3 boats on their side. How can I also get 2-3 boats on MY side?
Answer from: StrangeYetti
You cannot get other ships on your side to move around independently, (I have always wished for this too), but what you can do is build a big ship, then have an under water linknage to two different ships on each side. If made right, the linkage will not affect the speed and manuverability of the vessel. then you can keep expanding with identical ships on each side...sorry for the grammatical errors and typos, I am just in a rush...I took the game's Japanese aircraft carrier and upgrades it this way. It only works on certain people and is a very unorthodox and uncommon design. Hope this helped!
Answer from: Redneck
U used to be able to get blocks to float in midair because of a glitch, until they fixed it, that's how u can get "multiple" boats when really it's just one glitches out boats, my friend did this, and I've also seen it in fights
Answer from: NTYA
You can type in the code jmsdf to get the ship mikasa. alot of people says that it only work once but thats not true. you can use this code over and over. once you type in the code you will get the ship after that you will delete the ship to get the guns and armor or whatever stuff you want on it. then go to your setting on your iDevice then General; international; now change the language to japanese *YOU MUST DELETE THE SHIP FIRST or else it wont work* then go to code and type in jmsdf again. it will give you another mikasa. now delete that and change the language back to english and do the same thing over and over again and you'll have enough supplies to start out as a beginner.