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01-04-2007, 12:44 AM
some @sshat n00b thinks it's fun to (try to) team kill from the moment you start your engine 'til the moment you reach the target area?<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

---Loose nut removed from cockpit, ship OK

01-04-2007, 12:44 AM
some @sshat n00b thinks it's fun to (try to) team kill from the moment you start your engine 'til the moment you reach the target area?<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

---Loose nut removed from cockpit, ship OK

01-04-2007, 01:04 AM
this never happened to me, so theoretically speaking...

if the server has script control, you may try to crash into him deliberately in the next 30 minutes, he will rank up an enormous negative score this way, and get booted soon

other option is to change sides and shoot the bugger

last option is to leave serve and join another one<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

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01-04-2007, 01:39 AM
on Zekes a couple of nights ago I was flying an A6M2 and someone was flying a zero with German markings... so from a distance I thought it was an American plane, I engaged him and shot him up until I noticed the German markings and that it was a zeke... I immediately disengaged but by this time he was leaking fuel... I headed back to my carrier and as I was nearing my fleet I notice tracers flying past my canopy... the numbskull was engaging me! So I start evasive action, and fortunately a team mate in turn engaged him and he eventually crashed into the sea... I don't think the other guy got hits on him because I got -300 points on that sortie...

why can't people use correct markings?<div class="ev_tpc_signature">


01-04-2007, 01:46 AM
In my case I was on a server with icons on, showing call sign for friendly and aircraft type for enemy. We were both flying 109's, I was showing crosses and he was showing red stars. But here's the thing, we both spawned from the same airport, him right before me, there was no way he could not have known that I was a friendly. Why would he do this?<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

---Loose nut removed from cockpit, ship OK

01-04-2007, 02:37 AM
not sure, maybe he thought it was a free for all... or maybe he was just trying to be an idiot. Many of those around. :|

I remember flying FB 1.22 on UBI.com and both sides were flying 109's and La's and what have you... confusing hehe.<div class="ev_tpc_signature">


01-04-2007, 02:44 AM
I had someone shoot me for using wrong markings, even after I warned him 4 times in the chat. Externals enable, and we both had the same plane.

After which, I TKed him over and over until he left the server.

Such griefers are just angry noobs, jumping on any flimsy excuse to shoot something that won't shoot them back. If you remind them of how much they suck, they'll go away.

So long as there's no explicit server rule, people can use any markings they want. Honest mistakes are one thing, deliberately being a nuisance is another.

01-04-2007, 02:49 AM
I simply hate that. Quite a while ago, we had such an a**hat on a team-df-server. It was simply blue vs red, but this guy attacked everything that was on the server. He took off in his Bf109z, made a wide turn and shot up teammates on the ground. After 6 or 7 TKs with really childish cursing and all, our complete red team joined blue, so only he was still in the air, with a big red label. He was quite good, well, the plane was, rather than the pilot, but with 15vs1 he was downed quickly. He respawned, but several of us had bombs for that moment and after killing him about 10 times, he cursed a few times, then was gone.<div class="ev_tpc_signature">



01-04-2007, 05:55 AM
Wow... Since I only fly coops and team missions I've yet to experience anything quite THAT bad but I have had a couple of unique experiences. On time a well known pilot was in a 99th Coop. It was a dusk take off from a very strange strip. You had to stay directly in the center or you'd crash. It was also a mad scramble start, planes side by side and all over the place so you had to look before you leapt.

This guy crashed on T.O. we restarted for him and others who didn't listen to my admonition to stay within the runway. I guess he didn't like it cause he types in the chat box.

"I guess Redtails can't use carriers."

The guy then proceeds to drop his ordinance on the tarmac and blow everything and everyone to smithereens. I flew a couple of coops with the guy since (who shall remain nameless) and he's not very good at carrier landings himself.

The only other problem was we had some jokers one night, join a coop with Japanese planes with U.S. Markings. I and other's hit the roof. First time I'd heard Bearcat cussin' at someone other than me.

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01-04-2007, 07:01 AM
I think there is an integrity issue here. I have once or twice accidentally spawned with the wrong markings. Now keep in mind that I only fly Spit v 109s and Zekes v Wildcats so everyone there takes things seriously. I cannot say about the more lax servers. But anyhow as soon as I look out over my wing and realize this (which incredibly is several minutes later and that's WITH a TrackIR!!!!) I immediately bail out. One other time I was warned by the mod but had my text window minimized without realizing it and got kicked from the server. The only reason I found out was when I came back in and the guys on ventrillo told my what happened. They thought I saw the warning. My point is that it can happen by accident sometime but to team kill on purpose is unacceptable with one exception. There was a time (when I was doing squadron practice on Hyperlobby in Spits v 109s with other players we didn't know of coarse. I fly for the 33rd squadron) when myself and Jesters-Ink were attacked by some other DOOFUS on our side and he either had no idea about aircraft identification or was just looking for something to shoot at but in any case he just would not let up so me and Jesters-Ink, getting tired of his shannanigans, quickly dispatched him. That was the best feeling negative points you could ever get! I cannot remember who got stuck with those negative point but it was worth it!!!! The name of that player we shot down stayed with me for some time but I cannot remember it now. He immdediately left the server. http://forums.ubi.com/images/smilies/88.gif So I would have to say that there are extenuating circumstances involved to shooting down a member of your own team.

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01-04-2007, 07:20 AM
Well I've shot down a team mate once...On Zekes, I was pursuing a bomber, with a Zeke behind him who was just such a bad shot...I mean, to follow a B-25 from so close and miss him. I told him I had the shot and to get out of the way, which at the time I thought he understood, because he climbed just enough to let me shoot. Then I took the shot, and he came back down as I was pumping lead into the bomber. I sawed his wing off and got -300 points. Then he called me a noob. http://forums.ubi.com/images/smilies/bigtears.gif<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

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01-04-2007, 11:47 AM
I don't mind it if some friendly accidentally shoots me down. it happens and to me too. But what gets me is that several minutes after I mistakenly engaged him and disengaged, he came back to revenge. This seems absurd to me because I absolutely think that it was his own fault for flying the wrong markings on that server. I even brought it to his attention after I had disengaged. He should have just bailed or landed and changed to the correct markings instead of getting frustrated with me because of a mistake he himself made.<div class="ev_tpc_signature">