Been real busy in RL + this time of year is always busy with house/yard stuff. With all that said I have decided to make today a WOFF day as it’s going to be hot. Been a while since I treated myself. Love this game.
With all that preamble out of the way what career is everyone doing right now?
Trying to decide which to lead off with: 56 Squadron (Se5’s), 1 or 60 Squadron (N17’s), or J11 (Alb DIII’s). Of course I have many, many more Squadron/Jasta/Aircraft favorites but I don’t want to bite off more then I can chew!
Skipping the end of the 'DID Challenge' thing, as it's too late in the war for me. I've started my own series of careers for the 104th anniversary, as it was August 3rd when Germany declared war on France. I have two careers running so far, one French and one British, both using the January 1915 campaign start but using Single Combat scenarios to represent August 1914. When I get caught up to 1915 I'll start the actual campaigns.
Some people are born stupid. I've had to work hard my whole life to get this way. I'm proud of the job I've done
SH3 is certainly well modded and a great game. The graphics (least your crew) is starting to look a bit dated. Easy to play? Dunno. Guess it all depends on your settings and mods. Try manual torpedo calculation and shooting!
SH4 is another excellent choice and equally mod supported. Graphics are better. Both games have a dedicated and active following. If I had more time I would be playing both a lot.
SH5 I have not tried nor even looked much into. It was a departure from the previous “game style” (may have been modded since then though) and the online requirement (now gone I believe) made it DOA for me in addition to all the great stuff being release for 3 and 4. Didn’t figure it could get much better.
oh, and apologies for slightly derailing your thread Duke
I'm flying an N11 in Escadrille VB 103, based at Malzeville, south of Verdun, currently in May 1916. It's a super airfield location, perched on top of a hill, surrounded by other hills and valleys. It always takes me a while to settle into a new pilot career. I usually start and stop several before one finally fits my mood and grabs my interest.