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Azur Lane is a simulation-based shooter RPG game developed by Shanghai Manjuu and Xiamen Yongshi. The game has become quite popular among gamers especially in Japan and China due to its original and well-designed gameplay.

The characters in Azur Lane are Moe Anthropomorphic interpretations of World War II warships or in easier words, they have personified forms of ships that were present in World War II.

In the game, players have to build a team of six characters. For beginners, there are four personifications of ships present in the starting to select from namely American destroyer USS Laffey, British destroyer HMS Javelin, German destroyer Z23, Japanese destroyer Ayanami. These are also the protagonists of the game. Till now more than 450 characters are introduced in the game.

The game was released on Android/iOS platforms in China on 25th May 2017 by Bilibili. English Language version of the game was officially released on 20th May 2019 by Shanghai Yostar.

Information about the Game

Game NameAzur Lane
Publisher(s)China: Bilibili
Japan: Shanghai Yostar
English Version: Shanghai Yostar
Developer(s)Shanghai Manjuu, Xiamen Yongshi
Composer(s)Shade, Deadball
Platform(s)iOS/ Android
ReleaseChina: 25 May 2017
Japan: 14 September 2017
English Version: 20 May 2019
Genre(s)Shoot ’em up, Simulation, RPG
Mode(s)Singleplayer, Multiplayer



Azur Lane is a side-scrolling, shooter, and role-playing RPG game developed by Shanghai Manjuu and Xiamen Yongshi. Personified forms of World War II warships serve as characters of the game. To fight the battles, players are required to form two fleets of ships, each having 6 warships.

Fleets are comprised of the front row and back row. Warships like Light Cruiser, Destroyer, and Heavy Cruiser are present in the front row whereas back rows are assigned for battleships, aircraft cruiser, monitors, repair ships, battlecruisers, and aircraft carriers.

In the beginning, players have only limited characters, but for defeating different enemies variety of characters are needed. You can obtain these characters by using the rerolling technique of the game which utilizes the in-game currency which you earned at the beginning of the game.

After selecting the ships and constructing the fleets, players have to enter into the desired map for fighting the battles. After entering, your fleet will be placed on a grid. The grid contains several nodes like –

  1. Combat Nodes – Here, the characters fight with the enemies.
  2. Non-combat Nodes – These nodes provide ammunition to the players.
  3. Mystery Nodes – These nodes provide supplies like repair kits and also upgrade materials.

The players should move the fleet tactically and in an organized way to defeat the enemies and reach the map’s boss. Boss is the main enemy of the game which must be defeated to win the battle.

Winning the battles rewards the players with tokens, improves their ranking in the game, and helps them gain experience points. With tokens, players can collect more characters and gifts.

Dormitories are also a good way of increasing experience points. These are the well-furnished area in the game where characters are placed in chibi form. Characters do here usual chores like walking, eating, sleeping, etc. You can continuously gain experience points here by feeding the characters. Food can be purchased using in-game currency.

You can also gain experience points through the practice mode of the game and Lecture Hall.

Azur Lane can be played in single-player and multiplayer mode. Through PvP mode players win exciting rewards, tokens, etc. No penalty is charged when players lose PvP battles. Instead, they are rewarded with more experience points by participating in these battles.

Azur Lane Characters

Azur Lane Characters

There are lots of characters in Azur Lane. Some of the famous characters are mentioned below:

  • Ayanami
  • Azuma
  • Baltimore
  • Bremerton
  • Chapayev
  • Drake
  • Georgia
  • Gascogne
  • Helena
  • Monarch
  • Nagato
  • Seattle
  • Akashi
  • Amagi
  • Bunker Hill
  • Duke of York
  • Illustrious
  • Jean Bart
  • Kitakaze
  • Minneapolis
  • Noshiro
  • Perseus
  • Tashkent
  • Unicorn
  • Zara
  • Aurora
  • Cavalla
  • Cleveland
  • Columbia
  • Hanazuki
  • Javelin
  • Kaga
  • Mogami Retrofit
  • Queen Elizabeth
  • Valiant
  • Belfast
  • Curacoa Retrofit
  • Izumo
  • Sheffield
  • Sirius
  • Zuikaku
  • Tartu
  • Naganami
  • Hibiki
  • Kizuna AI
  • Taihou
  • Sendai Retrofit
  • Mikasa
  • Kinu
  • Eagle
  • Biloxi
  • Akagi

Azur Lane Equipments List

  • Destroyer Guns
  • Light Cruiser Guns
  • Heavy Cruiser Guns
  • Large Cruiser Guns
  • Battleship Guns
  • Submarine Torpedoes
  • Ship Torpedoes
  • Fighter Planes
  • Dive Bomber Planes
  • Torpedo Bomber Planes
  • Seaplanes
  • Anti-Air Guns
  • Auxiliary Equipments
  • Cargo
  • Anti-Submarine Equipment

Azur Lane List of Skills

Azur Lane List of Skills

There is a large number of skills. Some important skills are listed below

  • 2,700 Pounds of Justice
  • AA Firepower
  • Absolute Adaptability
  • Assault Carrier
  • Athena’s Catapult
  • Battle Buster
  • Bellowing Gusts of Fire
  • Big Mamie
  • Blaze Break
  • Body and Soul
  • Carrier Hunter
  • Cerulean Song
  • Crippling Strike
  • Demon’s Wish
  • Destiny Draw!
  • Destruction Mode
  • Evening Star
  • Fantastical Takeoff
  • Feral Claws
  • Fiendish Rampage
  • Final Glory
  • First Destroyer
  • Focused Assault
  • Future Base
  • Getter Ravine
  • Giant Hunter
  • Heavenly Hymn
  • Hellcat’s Roar
  • Infinite Darkness
  • Iron Blood Falcon
  • Iron Wing Annihilation
  • Joker Card
  • Knight’s Shooting Training
  • Lacy Dance
  • Legendary Voyage
  • Meteor Slam
  • Paralyzing Advance
  • Pocket Battleship
  • Poisonous String
  • Quick Takeoff
  • Raid Signal
  • Royal Alliance
  • Sakura Petal Dance
  • Scarlet Waltz
  • Silent Hunter
  • Sniper
  • The Demon
  • Unleashed Tactics
  • Venus Friends
  • Warrior Soul

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