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Post  Wolverine on Wed Jun 13, 2012 11:53 am

Elvis wrote:Man, that's a confusing forum to navigate. I hope I wasn't supposed to post something somewhere or if my registration is enough.

Yeah, it's not too intuitive yet. I imagine they're still working out the kinks in how to go about it.

You've done what you need to do. You're listed in our squadron and good to go.

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Post  AbortedMan on Wed Jun 13, 2012 12:39 pm

Hey Wolverine thanks for doin whatever ya did to get us stragglers in just under the wire. I first read about this campaign and wasn't too excited until I heard about the patch and the amazing potential turnout of pilots. Now I'm stoked, hoping to be able to test out the new octane in a grandios-campaign fashion.
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Post  Wolverine on Wed Jun 13, 2012 2:50 pm

AbortedMan wrote:Hey Wolverine thanks for doin whatever ya did to get us stragglers in just under the wire. I first read about this campaign and wasn't too excited until I heard about the patch and the amazing potential turnout of pilots. Now I'm stoked, hoping to be able to test out the new octane in a grandios-campaign fashion.

Don't thank me yet. Maybe the patch will just cause game crashes.

I'm looking forward to all the warping with 99 players on :P

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Post  AbortedMan on Wed Jun 13, 2012 4:23 pm

...warping?! You must be referring to the "dodge" button 1C installed in 109 cockpits.
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Post  AbortedMan on Wed Jun 13, 2012 4:29 pm

I've been toying with the hurricane a lot in SP quick missions VS 110's (since in this patch 109s seem almost impossible to lineup with the hurricane's current FM). I've been playing with convergence distances a lot and wondering what the recommended distance would be for our role in the campaign. I'm thinking since we'll primarily be targeting bombers a longer distance will work best?

Also, I'm fairly new to flying the hurricane...it feels a lot lighter and finicky than the spit. Proper prop pitch seems way more critical. I could use some words of guidance or training if you've got any regarding its maneuverability and speed management.
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Post  Wolverine on Wed Jun 13, 2012 5:18 pm

This topic in the Fighter Tactics and Techniques section contains a lot of detailed information about the Hurricane.

I'll add some notes to that thread myself that pertain specifically to the CloD version of the aircraft.

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