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  • Fujihita

    This blog is a mathematical comparison between Kitakami / Ooi's two possible equipment setups. In other words, to torpedo cut-in (TCI) or to double attack (DA), that is the question.

    There are three factors to consider:

    1. Trigger rate: 99% for DA. Luck-based for TCI, default is at 43% without yasen bonus for KTKM
    2. Likelihood of non-scratch hits: calculated based on boss's armor and ship's output.
    3. Likelihood of moderate damage: guessimate based on map analysis / sortie experiences

    But first, let's cover the root of TCI vs. DA argument.


    To see how deep the rabbit hole goes, see Damage Calculation.
    But, who does that? It's MATH! Just read on for a simpler explanation.

    All attacks are capped by a certain value depending on the type of damage and phase of…


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  • Fujihita

    This blog contains strategies and compositions used in Summer 2017 Event. This road map will be updated as I progress further into the event.

    All maps are cleared on Hard mode without support expedition unless stated otherwise.

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  • Fujihita

    This will be my last blog post as an administrator of this wiki.

    I informed relevant parties at least three months ago that I would return to active duty only till the end of the second drill. The time has come for me to retire. Reflecting on the time I spent as an administrator, I have done little to maintain the wiki and I have focused solely on advancing the visual and content aspects. This means my retirement will not hinder wiki operation in any ways, though technical supports for my existing templates and layouts will no longer be provided.


    Among the "unfinished business" I'll leave behind for future generations are the problem of page clusters and the problem of mobile compatibility. The former is the elephant in the room and the latt…


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  • Fujihita

    On June 13th, 2017, the outgoing third and fourth generation wiki staffs organized a mock-up KanColle event known as "Event Panic" Drill. The event was part of a training program we provided to foster the next generation of capable editors who can handle the intensity of a real KanColle event.

    The exercise caused some confusions among our patrons; as of writing this, we have at least eight instances of wiki users mistaking the exercise for a real KanColle event. In hindsight, I do consider this fact a compliment. It is a testimony that we have successfully pulled off a very realistic emulation of the panic, the confusion and the stress involved wiki contributors would have to face in delivering the event content as timely as possible.

    The or…


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  • Fujihita

    Whenever you encounter a fancy element in an article, a comment, or another user's personal page, chances are, that fancy element is the result of a template. Templates are the most used, most powerful and also most sophisticated tools in a wiki. They reduce the amount of copy-pasting editors have to do. They make things simple and allow new editors to produce strongly visual elements whose back-end code would burn anyone's eyeballs out.

    But, even the simplified version of the back-end code can be too much at times. And to make matters worse, many templates don't come with a user manual or they do come with one but it's incomplete and incomprehensible to the end-users. In this blog, I'll show you how to find the (missing) user manual and ho…


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