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raaaid
05-03-2009, 06:54 AM
i think the reason i dont enjoy e fighting is cause im a loner but imagine 2 190 against 30 spits:

the 2 190 let the 30 spits on their 6

the 190 keep a 0 course but come apart 300 m so they have 15 spits each on their six

now the 190 move to a 359 course and the 190 that was in the right will clear the other 190 six downing some spits

now they move to 1 course and the 190 that got his 6 clear now clears the other 190 six

repeat the process till you run out of ammo

does this manouber have any name, seems a pretty obvious thing to do if you have a speed advantage and could be unbeatable

raaaid
05-03-2009, 06:54 AM
i think the reason i dont enjoy e fighting is cause im a loner but imagine 2 190 against 30 spits:

the 2 190 let the 30 spits on their 6

the 190 keep a 0 course but come apart 300 m so they have 15 spits each on their six

now the 190 move to a 359 course and the 190 that was in the right will clear the other 190 six downing some spits

now they move to 1 course and the 190 that got his 6 clear now clears the other 190 six

repeat the process till you run out of ammo

does this manouber have any name, seems a pretty obvious thing to do if you have a speed advantage and could be unbeatable

danjama
05-03-2009, 07:14 AM
The spitfires would be pretty stupid to let that happen

raaaid
05-03-2009, 07:22 AM
well if they disangage it would even be easier

ive cleared online 190s tail of even 6 foes, once they turn they just wont caught you

what i meant is that with radio it was the winning of e techniques

VW-IceFire
05-03-2009, 07:26 AM
The move sounds a tiny bit like a Thatch Weave but I'm not sure if the specifics are quite right.

With a number of 30 Spitfires on the six of the FW190 I think its pretty much over except for running. Whichever FW190 initiates the weave will get caught by one Spitfire or another.

raaaid
05-03-2009, 07:55 AM
Thatch Weave yes thats exactly what i meant but with one specification that the weave is not bigger than one degree, a matter of patience

like that you dont lose a pintch of energy and the spits would have no chance of caughting you nor:

some of them going high in the case you attack back

wating you high on 0 course

or leaving you alone

with wich you and your wing man at top speed at enough altitude as to dive away go at an unknonw course not changing more than 1 degree per second will be pounding anyithing in site uncaught

i can understand how zeroes felt in front of mean tactics like this

of course the 190 are trully doomed since theyre slow at high altitude i was justa talking of the game wheres thes no high

oh but the p51 if the 0.5 are realistic in bob will he be the poniated one?

DuxCorvan
05-03-2009, 09:57 AM
Wow, it's that Anakin Skywalker tactic again! http://forums.ubi.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_rolleyes.gif

Flight_boy1990
05-03-2009, 12:03 PM
This tactic works actually.
But it should not be 360 degree turn,180 is enough.
In my squadron we just call it "Break",and we're using it commonly.
So when we have only 2 but experienced 190's it works but with maximum of 8 Spits,4 at the tail of each plane.
When you break you pray that there will be misguiding at the Spitfire's side,and you'll gain atleast 10 seconds more to react.

The maximum number of enemy planes that i got behind me in an dog.fight server was maybe 2 years ago,i had 14 bandits on my tail.
Of course i was tosted... http://forums.ubi.com/images/smilies/16x16_smiley-very-happy.gif
I don't think that anyone here have ever collected 30 enemy players on his tail http://forums.ubi.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif
Anyways i'm sure it will be fun to try to servive such a threat.

gorkyporky
05-03-2009, 12:05 PM
I think you are missing a small, yet very important detail. The spitfires are shooting back.