Le Hardi

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Unit Card:

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Set - Rarity - Number

First Strike - N/A - 9/72

History:

Le Hardi was built at A C de la Loire at Nantes. She was laid down on 20 May 1936, launched on 4 May 1938, and completed . She ran trials in July and November 1939, but had not commissioned before the Armistice in June 1940.

Following the cessation of hostilities in France she transferred to Toulon, whre she remained.

Reviews:

Vergilius Powergaming Evaluation:
A basic destroyer, and at this point in the game’s development, short of having extremely inventive new SAs or some extreme power-game combination, we wouldn’t expect any destroyer to be all that impressive. The new SA is Battleship Escort, and is one of the new SAs that amount to a Close Escort downgrade. Basically it works like close escort but under more specific restricted settings. In this case, the Le Hardi can escort a battleship to trigger a 3 zone sector, but doesn’t otherwise get the benefits of close escort. That’s good from a fleet design perspective. The battleship’s strong AA can help you keep destroyers alive as you move toward the objectives. The destroyers unreliable 5 AA can also help abort a bomber periodically that is going after your BB. All in all, this is a good solid destroyer, but it is still a destroyer. Overall Grade: C

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