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Get German premium tier 6 Heavy Cruiser Admiral Graf Spee as a free bonus when ordering 250 000 XP pack for any your leveling needs. Leveling through tech tree, farming on premium ships, any your leveling needs will come with premium cruiser as a bonus.
You pay just for experience points farming.
You get your XP, Admiral Graf Spee tier 6 premium german heavy cruiser and all "The Hunt for GRAF SPEE" campaign rewards:
250.000 XP (for any your needs)
Premium Tier VI Heavy Cruiser "Admiral Graf Spee" ("The Hunt For Graf Spee" campaign reward)
Credits (1.000.000 as a task reward + additional credits* we will farm for you)
7000 Free XP (task reward)
Signal flags: Zulu x20, India Bravo Therathree x10, Juliet Charlie x20, India Yankee x10, November Echo Setteseven x30, Victor Lima x15
Consumables: Repair Party Control x40, Damage Controls x2
Prerequisites and minimum requirements: Active premium account
*As additional bonus our drivers can do one more additional campaign tasks for you. Just name it in order details form.
Admiral Graf Spee - Heavy Cruiser, Deutschland-class "Panzerschiff" (armored ship), "pocket battleship", which served with the Kriegsmarine of Nazi Germany during World War II.
Admiral Graf Spee was deployed to the South Atlantic in the weeks before the outbreak of World War II, to be positioned in merchant sea lanes once war was declared. Between September and December 1939, the ship sank nine ships totaling 50,089 gross register tons (GRT), before being confronted by three British cruisers at the Battle of the River Plate on 13 December. Admiral Graf Spee inflicted heavy damage on the British ships, but she too was damaged, and was forced to put into port at Montevideo. Convinced by false reports of superior British naval forces approaching his ship, Hans Langsdorff, the commander of the ship, ordered the vessel to be scuttled. The ship was partially broken up in situ, though part of the ship remains visible above the surface of the water.