Edinburgh Class belongs to third braches of corvettes class of Light Cruiser. Compared with the previous batch, the displacement and anti-aircraft have increased. The ship is the first E-country corvettes class light cruiser which achieves over a million of displacement . In the World War II, Edinburgh mainly worked on escort missions. In a convoy mission in 1942, Edinburgh was carrying gold. However, it was attacked heavily and was sunk with all golds. Most of the gold was salvaged in the 1980, but there are still five bars not found.
Named after Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
E-Country 6in Guns in triple mounts
HMS, light cruiser Edinburgh is here. Whatever in firepower and Armor, I am in first-class (only in light cruisers).
Ahahaha,are you kidding, my admiral? Wow, is it true? How happy I am!
Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland so her costume is kilt.
There is a mark of Royal Navy near her elbow.
Her yellow deck can be seen beside her waist.
The badge on her shoulder symbolizes loyalty.
A St. Andrew's cross can be seen on her baton.
Edinburgh comes with a Gold Chest because she was sunk when carrying that in the history, and that is why this equipment decreases luck.
The main use of the Gold Chest is for recycling, which would result in 450 fuel, 450 ammo, 450 steel and 120 bauxite.