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VMF-214_Remus
02-11-2005, 09:25 AM
Sometimes I wonder how many squads/people are actually familiar with the notion that there are good competition ladders out there, and why if they do know about em, don't participate.

SO... That being said, you squadies need to get with the program. There was great participation last cycle but there should be more.

GHOST SKIES !!!

For those of you who do not know what that is. It's a competition ladder that pits some of the most talented squads around, against each other in 6 week competitions called cycles. JG27 *CRASH is the man when it comes to this. He and a couple other guys, sorry I don't know their names, have created an ingenius website to track, score and report matches.

Long story short, you all need to check it out. There are varying skill levels participating and you can negotiate settings, like cockpit on/off, no ki-84c's, stuff like that, so you're comfortable with the matchup.

For more information visit www.ghostskies.com (http://www.ghostskies.com)
and sign up for the new cycle starting March 4th. It is the best thing our squad has done to date. It's a flat out blast.

I made a video of the highlights of this last cycle from the perspective of my squad. Feel free to check it out at.

http://www.sunstarentertainmentinc.com/videos/roadtochamp.wmv

See you in the ghostskies,

VMF-214_Remus

VMF-214_Remus
02-11-2005, 09:25 AM
Sometimes I wonder how many squads/people are actually familiar with the notion that there are good competition ladders out there, and why if they do know about em, don't participate.

SO... That being said, you squadies need to get with the program. There was great participation last cycle but there should be more.

GHOST SKIES !!!

For those of you who do not know what that is. It's a competition ladder that pits some of the most talented squads around, against each other in 6 week competitions called cycles. JG27 *CRASH is the man when it comes to this. He and a couple other guys, sorry I don't know their names, have created an ingenius website to track, score and report matches.

Long story short, you all need to check it out. There are varying skill levels participating and you can negotiate settings, like cockpit on/off, no ki-84c's, stuff like that, so you're comfortable with the matchup.

For more information visit www.ghostskies.com (http://www.ghostskies.com)
and sign up for the new cycle starting March 4th. It is the best thing our squad has done to date. It's a flat out blast.

I made a video of the highlights of this last cycle from the perspective of my squad. Feel free to check it out at.

http://www.sunstarentertainmentinc.com/videos/roadtochamp.wmv

See you in the ghostskies,

VMF-214_Remus

VMF-214_Remus
02-11-2005, 06:01 PM
UP..

kSetuni
02-12-2005, 01:18 AM
You have to realize that alot of pilots do not like competitions at all. I flew in AOW in janes WW2F and was so stressed by the end of it tha tit took any and all fun out of flying. Even when I helped win a match I was exhasuted and didnt enjoy it.

Alot of people are in squadrons for different reasons. Different squads have different focus. I think the majority are here to be able to let you fly with a group of people who become good friends and you fly using teamwork. Often times I have more fun spending time on comms talking with my friends and fellow squad members, than actually flying. Its that fun and comeraderie that so many of us enjoy. Often times, for many people, things like competitions take away from that.

For those that enjoy the competitions, great and glad you have them available. Just realize that everyone has different tatstes in flying, just liek in settings.

S.M.

HotelBushranger
02-12-2005, 02:00 AM
Out of curiosity, in the video, what's the green short fat sort of aircraft that skims along the ground strafing a plane? I'm stand alone ya see http://forums.ubi.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_rolleyes.gif

Nice video btw http://forums.ubi.com/images/smilies/25.gif

VMF-214_Remus
02-12-2005, 01:34 PM
That's totally understandable shadow.. This is obviously for those who do like competition. There is some stress involved, and though a 1000th of a percent less than real war, still I cherish the butterflies. Competitive part of me.

HotelBushRanger.. That is an I-185 M-71

kSetuni
02-12-2005, 07:46 PM
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SO... That being said, you squadies need to get with the program. There was great participation last cycle but there should be more.

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The reason I added what I did was because of this comment telling other squadrons to get with the program.

OH and BTW I have been in real war and the stress of it. Not something I need or desire when playing a game to relax.

VMF-214_Remus
02-13-2005, 03:19 PM
lol.. a bit too serious there general.. ease up soldier. It is a game yes, but if you want to make a comment because I said you squaddies need to get with the program, then you need to take a pill and let those who would respond positively to that comment, do just that.