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rilzic
09-11-2005, 09:08 PM
some where that can tell me what the medals do when you give them to people

rilzic
09-11-2005, 09:08 PM
some where that can tell me what the medals do when you give them to people

Chrystine
09-11-2005, 09:29 PM
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Hi Rilzic,

€œ..some where that can tell me what the medals do when you give them to people.€

You might like to see the section on <span class="ev_code_pink"> €˜Medals€</span> (http://www.communitymanuals.com/shiii/index.php?title=Medals) in the <span class="ev_code_pink">SH III Community Manual</span> (http://www.communitymanuals.com/shiii/index.php?title=Main_Page).

Best, & happy hunting!
~ C.

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zuluDROOG
09-11-2005, 09:35 PM
They sit on their shirts and make it harder for the crew to leave their posts (swimming with a chestful of medals is a real chore).

On a more serious note:

The net effect of the medals appears to be an increase in morale and endurance for the receiving crewmember. The greater the honor, the greater the benefit on that crewmember. Giving an Iron Cross, for example, has a noticeable impact on the sailor's performance, while the U-Boat front clasp seems to do rather little.

Medals and their effects:

# U-Boat Front Clasp - The recipient will receive a boost to resilience. Fatigue change?
# Iron Cross, 2nd Class - The recipient will receive an experience boost. In my case the boost was 81xp, but this may change based on rank or current experience. Fatigue change?
# Iron Cross, 1st Class - Unknown
# German Cross In Gold - Requires IC (2nd and 1st). Awarding a GCIG will result in the recipient becoming immune from fatigue.
# Knight's Cross - increase crew's effect on a compartment's operating efficiency

Source: SHIII Community Manual (http://www.communitymanuals.com/shiii/index.php?title=Medals)

rilzic
09-11-2005, 09:52 PM
thank you both for the info

and thank you Chrystine from all of us noobs as i have seen you posts in almost all "hey i am a noob and need help" posts! so THANK YOU from all the noobs

Chrystine
09-11-2005, 10:01 PM
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..It€s my pleasure, Rilzic €¦
I€m empathetic, being a €˜noob€ too€¦ I€ve just been one longer than some others€¦ http://forums.ubi.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_smile.gif

Best, & happy hunting!
~ C.

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Kaleun1961
09-11-2005, 11:18 PM
You heed Chrystine's advice and you won't be calling yourself a newb for long.