• Member Since 5th Oct, 2017
  • offline last seen 19 hours ago


I'm just your average Brony, I love trains, I love history, I love writing stories, and I really, really love wolves! But most of all, I love writing my stories here for your enjoyment!

Latest Stories


Happy (Belated!) 1 Year Anniversary RP Story! · 10:13pm February 12th

Hello Everypony, ScarFox9700 here,

Read More

Report ScarFox9700 · 48 views ·
Comments ( 8658 )
  • Viewing 8,654 - 8,658 of 8,658

Well they actually do have there own colors, that being blue, white, and silver.

Yeah, I know that. I use the same abbreviation for Equestrian ships in my stories.

Well, the Wyoming dates from 1912, and she was given all of the upgrades that her sister USS Arkansas had, which was 4 overhauls, and 2 modernizations, plus adding new technology when it became available. This lasted until 1944, which was the last time Arkansas was worked on. (She survived the war, only to be sunk during the atomic bombs tests of Operation Crossroads in the Bikini Atoll in 1946). Wyoming had these too, as well as upgrades to her armor, slightly better secondary and AA weapons, better radar, and of course, 4 brand-new Babcock and Wilcox oil-fired boilers, the finest oil-fired boilers for battleships ever made. (These replaced her WAY outdated oil-fired boilers, which were good only for about 20 knots. Now Wyoming can move at almost 28 knots.

She does get mauled by Mort's shore defenses, and some navy ships, but yet, she manages to almost cripple her oppressors as well. Sure, the Wyoming and Sparks were captured, but the ship was still floating, (albeit, just barely, and she as on fire, and smoking REALLY bad!) but the ships and shore defenses in that area were all but silenced. (This is why Shadow Depth ordered her naval engineers in that coastal city, (that I don't think we ever gave a name to) to study the Wyoming in dry-dock, try to put the ship back together, and maybe try and replicate the technology for war with Equestria).

The Wyoming does survive, and live to fight another day. The spell hurt her, but didn't sink her.

ENS stands for Equestrian Navel Ship.

  • Viewing 8,654 - 8,658 of 8,658
Login or register to comment
Join our Patreon to remove these adverts!