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hamhockjones #1 Posted 28 June 2018 - 12:01 AM

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Ok, many of you new players are getting these souped up planes and you have no idea how to use them to your teams advantage. First of all, don't fly right in and get killed in the first 20 seconds over and over again! Fighter planes, try flying close to the edge of the sector and draw out 1 plane and fight with him and learn what your planes capabilities are. Look at your map often so no one sneeks up on you. A big red arrow means he is the closest to you, so keep an eye on him. If your in a fighter plane , stay up around 1000 meters to 1500 meters while your learning. Shooting ground targets in a fighter will get you killed quick. Also don't fly into an enemy sector alone or with just one other fighter, you will die quick from AA, or defense aircraft will kill you. First thing to learn is how to cover your teammates. If you do the just me against the world crap, you will die quickly and often until you get really good at running to spots to evade the enemy. Don't keep chasing the same plane just because you shot him a few times. When you do, you become an easy target flying in a straight line for way to long. Listen for bullets getting closer, learn to turn quick and change directions often to stay alive. Never take anyone head on in the beginning because you will get rammed or shot to pieces. Evade head on flying and go down often with quick turns to evade the enemy. When attacking white sector planes or red , u need to hit one a few times with bullets and move on to the next one. Staying on the same one will get you killed. Share the sector kills by staying alive and turning often and be a good teammate ! If you see your teammate getting shot up close by, cover him and get the enemy plane off his six or behind him. Be alert and learn slowly and become a valuable teammate.. Good luck and happy flying,  HAM

Bobby_Tables #2 Posted 28 June 2018 - 01:00 AM

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  • Not being snarky, but there is some good advice here that is really hard to read. 
  • You should edit this and use bullet points for each point you are making.  It will be easier to read. 
  • Right now it is a wall of text.


Ace_BOTlistic_Cosmo #3 Posted 28 June 2018 - 01:59 AM

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View PostBobby_Tables, on 27 June 2018 - 08:00 PM, said:

  • Not being snarky, but there is some good advice here that is really hard to read. 
  • You should edit this and use bullet points for each point you are making.  It will be easier to read. 
  • Right now it is a wall of text.

 

yeah... write like ace...

lotsa  dots

an commas ,

and .

,

.

.

 and a few of these {}

[]

-=_+


if the pilot's good, see, I mean, if he's really..sharp, he can barrel that baby in so low [he spreads his arms like wings and laughs],

you oughtta see it sometime, it's a sight. A big plane like a '52. VRROOM! There's jet exhaust, fryin' chickens in the barnyard.


Bobby_Tables #4 Posted 28 June 2018 - 03:08 AM

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View PostAce_BOTlistic_Cosmo, on 27 June 2018 - 07:59 PM, said:

 

yeah... write like ace...

lotsa  dots

an commas ,

and .

,

.

.

 and a few of these {}

[]

-=_+

 

I don't know why, but your post reminded me of this:

 



pyantoryng #5 Posted 28 June 2018 - 03:09 AM

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Hmm...proof that paying still won't make you win?

WoWP makes a great jousting game...especially with the 262 and people busy in furballs...
I am deaf, silent, and fly with unrealistic controls. Do not count on me to carry - my back's already broken from overweight.

SpiritFoxMY #6 Posted 28 June 2018 - 03:14 AM

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View Postpyantoryng, on 28 June 2018 - 11:09 AM, said:

Hmm...proof that paying still won't make you win?

 

Paying is a skill multiplier. The multiple of zero is still zero.

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trikke #7 Posted 28 June 2018 - 01:16 PM

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View Posthamhockjones, on 27 June 2018 - 08:01 PM, said:

Ok, many of you new players are getting these souped up planes and you have no idea how to use them to your teams advantage.
First of all, don't fly right in and get killed in the first 20 seconds over and over again!
Fighter planes, try flying close to the edge of the sector and draw out 1 plane and fight with him and learn what your planes capabilities are.
Look at your map often so no one sneeks up on you. A big red arrow means he is the closest to you, so keep an eye on him.
If your in a fighter plane , stay up around 1000 meters to 1500 meters while your learning.
Shooting ground targets in a fighter will get you killed quick. Also don't fly into an enemy sector alone or with just one other fighter, you will die quick from AA, or defense aircraft will kill you.
First thing to learn is how to cover your teammates. If you do the just me against the world crap, you will die quickly and often until you get really good at running to spots to evade the enemy.
Don't keep chasing the same plane just because you shot him a few times. When you do, you become an easy target flying in a straight line for way to long.
Listen for bullets getting closer, learn to turn quick and change directions often to stay alive.
Never take anyone head on in the beginning because you will get rammed or shot to pieces.
Evade head on flying and go down often with quick turns to evade the enemy.
When attacking white sector planes or red , u need to hit one a few times with bullets and move on to the next one. Staying on the same one will get you killed.
Share the sector kills by staying alive and turning often and be a good teammate !
If you see your teammate getting shot up close by, cover him and get the enemy plane off his six or behind him.
Be alert and learn slowly and become a valuable teammate..
Good luck and happy flying,  HAM

 

great post, HHJ!   

 

 i do every one of these things, and i'm quickly punished for doing them

 

you would think that i would learn, but no...


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Dru83 #8 Posted 28 June 2018 - 04:20 PM

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I thought I'd try to make this easier to understand, so here is:


 

Hamhock's Rules to Surviving World of Warplanes


 

1. First of all, don't fly right in and get killed in the first 20 seconds over and over again! Fighter planes, try flying close to the edge of the sector and draw out 1 plane and fight with him and learn what your plane's capabilities are.

2. Look at your map often so no one sneaks up on you. A big red arrow means he is the closest to you, so keep an eye on him.

3. If you're in a fighter plane, stay up around 1000 meters to 1500 meters while you're learning. (Altitude = potential energy, the more altitude you have, the more speed you can build in a dive)

4. Shooting ground targets in a fighter will get you killed quick.

5. Don't fly into an enemy sector alone or with just one other fighter, you will die quick from AA, or defense aircraft will kill you.

6. First thing to learn is how to cover your teammates. If you do the just me against the world crap, you will die quickly and often until you get really good at running to spots to evade the enemy.

7. Don't keep chasing the same plane just because you shot him a few times. When you do, you become an easy target flying in a straight line for way to long. (In a boom and zoom plane, turning and chasing a plane will bleed off airspeed and you'll be a sitting duck)

8. Listen for bullets getting closer, learn to turn quick and change directions often to stay alive.

9. Never take anyone head on in the beginning because you will get rammed or shot to pieces. Evade head on flying and go down often with quick turns to evade the enemy.

10. When attacking white sector planes or red, you need to hit one a few times with bullets and move on to the next one. Staying on the same one will get you killed. 11. Share the sector kills by staying alive and turning often and be a good teammate! If you see your teammate getting shot up close by, cover him and get the enemy plane off his six or behind him.



hamhockjones #9 Posted 28 June 2018 - 06:40 PM

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Thanks Brother...

Lambo805 #10 Posted 28 June 2018 - 06:41 PM

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Well done! Thanks for the help for our newer brethren!

CdnSniper52 #12 Posted 29 June 2018 - 10:42 PM

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Can anyone translate the list into a language that bots can understand?....please......pretty please.....

trikke #13 Posted 30 June 2018 - 03:10 PM

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i'd love to see this topic moved to the New Pilots forum?

 

and maybe change "Be alert and learn slowly and become a valuable teammate"  to "learn quickly"?

 

but i'm sure that HHJ had a reason to write it that way

 

btw, HHJ was on the red team yesterday and did very well...  o7, brother!


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shirime #14 Posted 30 June 2018 - 08:40 PM

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View PostCdnSniper52, on 29 June 2018 - 10:42 PM, said:

Can anyone translate the list into a language that bots can understand?....please......pretty please.....

 

 

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SpiritFoxMY #15 Posted 01 July 2018 - 02:47 AM

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I'm not going to try to translate that. Also, I'm pretty sure no one's coded in binary since 1840

***

But a truce to this mournful story

For death is a distant friend

So here's to a life of glory

And a laurel to crown each end


Bubba_Zanetti #16 Posted 01 July 2018 - 07:10 AM

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View PostSpiritFoxMY, on 30 June 2018 - 09:47 PM, said:

I'm not going to try to translate that. Also, I'm pretty sure no one's coded in binary since 1840

 

And yet all code is eventually translated to binary, even assembler, since that’s how computers still function, on and off states (unless you’re talking quantum computing)

 

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trikke #17 Posted 01 July 2018 - 03:06 PM

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this is what google thinks he's saying, over and over

 

The quick brown fox jumps over 13 lazy dogs


Edited by trikke, 01 July 2018 - 03:06 PM.

Spittoon says #smarterpilotswinmore

Ace_BOTlistic_Cosmo #18 Posted 01 July 2018 - 04:05 PM

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Google Doodle Day:

Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
translated :

\

Ok, many of you new players are getting these souped up planes and you have no idea how to use them to your teams advantage. First of all, don't fly right in and get killed in the first 20 seconds over and over again! Fighter planes, try flying close to the edge of the sector and draw out 1 plane and fight with him and learn what your planes capabilities are. Look at your map often so no one sneeks up on you. A big red arrow means he is the closest to you, so keep an eye on him. If your in a fighter plane , stay up around 1000 meters to 1500 meters while your learning. Shooting ground targets in a fighter will get you killed quick. Also don't fly into an enemy sector alone or with just one other fighter, you will die quick from AA, or defense aircraft will kill you. First thing to learn is how to cover your teammates. If you do the just me against the world crap, you will die quickly and often until you get really good at running to spots to evade the enemy. Don't keep chasing the same plane just because you shot him a few times. When you do, you become an easy target flying in a straight line for way to long. Listen for bullets getting closer, learn to turn quick and change directions often to stay alive. Never take anyone head on in the beginning because you will get rammed or shot to pieces. Evade head on flying and go down often with quick turns to evade the enemy. When attacking white sector planes or red , u need to hit one a few times with bullets and move on to the next one. Staying on the same one will get you killed. Share the sector kills by staying alive and turning often and be a good teammate ! If you see your teammate getting shot up close by, cover him and get the enemy plane off his six or behind him. Be alert and learn slowly and become a valuable teammate.. Good luck and happy flying,  HAM


Edited by Ace_BOTlistic_Cosmo, 01 July 2018 - 04:08 PM.

if the pilot's good, see, I mean, if he's really..sharp, he can barrel that baby in so low [he spreads his arms like wings and laughs],

you oughtta see it sometime, it's a sight. A big plane like a '52. VRROOM! There's jet exhaust, fryin' chickens in the barnyard.


outwardpanicjoe #19 Posted 01 July 2018 - 08:13 PM

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View Postshirime, on 30 June 2018 - 03:40 PM, said:

 

 

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View PostSpiritFoxMY, on 30 June 2018 - 09:47 PM, said:

I'm not going to try to translate that. Also, I'm pretty sure no one's coded in binary since 1840

challenge accepted 

 

"Ok, many of you new players are getting these souped up planes and you have no idea how to use them to your teams advantage. First of all, don't fly right in and get killed in the first 20 seconds over and over again! Fighter planes, try flying close to the edge of the sector and draw out 1 plane and fight with him and learn what your planes capabilities are. Look at your map often so no one sneeks up on you. A big red arrow means he is the closest to you, so keep an eye on him. If your in a fighter plane , stay up around 1000 meters to 1500 meters while your learning. Shooting ground targets in a fighter will get you killed quick. Also don't fly into an enemy sector alone or with just one other fighter, you will die quick from AA, or defense aircraft will kill you. First thing to learn is how to cover your teammates. If you do the just me against the world crap, you will die quickly and often until you get really good at running to spots to evade the enemy. Don't keep chasing the same plane just because you shot him a few times. When you do, you become an easy target flying in a straight line for way to long. Listen for bullets getting closer, learn to turn quick and change directions often to stay alive. Never take anyone head on in the beginning because you will get rammed or shot to pieces. Evade head on flying and go down often with quick turns to evade the enemy. When attacking white sector planes or red , u need to hit one a few times with bullets and move on to the next one. Staying on the same one will get you killed. Share the sector kills by staying alive and turning often and be a good teammate ! If you see your teammate getting shot up close by, cover him and get the enemy plane off his six or behind him. Be alert and learn slowly and become a valuable teammate.. Good luck and happy flying,  HAM "


Edited by outwardpanicjoe, 01 July 2018 - 08:13 PM.


outwardpanicjoe #20 Posted 01 July 2018 - 08:15 PM

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View PostAce_BOTlistic_Cosmo, on 01 July 2018 - 11:05 AM, said:

Google Doodle Day:

Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
translated :

\

Ok, many of you new players are getting these souped up planes and you have no idea how to use them to your teams advantage. First of all, don't fly right in and get killed in the first 20 seconds over and over again! Fighter planes, try flying close to the edge of the sector and draw out 1 plane and fight with him and learn what your planes capabilities are. Look at your map often so no one sneeks up on you. A big red arrow means he is the closest to you, so keep an eye on him. If your in a fighter plane , stay up around 1000 meters to 1500 meters while your learning. Shooting ground targets in a fighter will get you killed quick. Also don't fly into an enemy sector alone or with just one other fighter, you will die quick from AA, or defense aircraft will kill you. First thing to learn is how to cover your teammates. If you do the just me against the world crap, you will die quickly and often until you get really good at running to spots to evade the enemy. Don't keep chasing the same plane just because you shot him a few times. When you do, you become an easy target flying in a straight line for way to long. Listen for bullets getting closer, learn to turn quick and change directions often to stay alive. Never take anyone head on in the beginning because you will get rammed or shot to pieces. Evade head on flying and go down often with quick turns to evade the enemy. When attacking white sector planes or red , u need to hit one a few times with bullets and move on to the next one. Staying on the same one will get you killed. Share the sector kills by staying alive and turning often and be a good teammate ! If you see your teammate getting shot up close by, cover him and get the enemy plane off his six or behind him. Be alert and learn slowly and become a valuable teammate.. Good luck and happy flying,  HAM

 

o i missed you already translated it  lol my bad 




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