HMCS Prince David

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Unit Card:

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Set - Rarity - Number

First Strike - N/A - 3/72

History:

HMCS Prince David was one of three Canadian National Steamships Canadian National Railway passenger liners that were converted for the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN), first to armed merchant cruisers at the beginning of Second World War, then infantry landing ships (medium) or anti-aircraft escort. For three years, they were the largest ships in the RCN

Reviews:

Vergilius Powergaming Evaluation:
The first of our armored auxiliaries surveyed. Prince David enters at destroyer costs, with destroyer armor, a cruiser hull. The AA is weak and the gunnery is pretty poor at range-3, though at least it has the attack. 8 points is probably correct, but would you pick this unit instead of destroyer? It should serve as an interesting option that you can trot out once in a while, though it probably offers more for the scenario players than the serious gamers. C

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