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Re: Rise of Flight Co-op

Post by Dickie » Sat Nov 04, 2017 12:14 pm

lol I guess I'm just tired of buying addons for things I don't play! Just need to know I will that's all.

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Re: Rise of Flight Co-op

Post by Ginger » Sat Nov 04, 2017 12:20 pm

If you want to host a sqn Dickie you could with what you've got + PWCG If you want to join then you would need the plane set that sqn is using!
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Re: Rise of Flight Co-op

Post by Dickie » Sat Nov 04, 2017 12:52 pm

What's PWCG?

Yeah this is the issue. Pariah wants to start with the Airco DH.1 but that's not a pack aircraft, it's a purchasable. I think for inclusions sake we need to perhaps make it easier? Unless I'm missing something. Admittedly I could play Bosch and start with the Fokker scourge in an Eindecker.

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Re: Rise of Flight Co-op

Post by Nev » Sat Nov 04, 2017 1:43 pm

Why don’t yourself Boyzee and I get a Nieuport 17c sqdn going, for GMT perhaps Wednesday nights?
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Re: Rise of Flight Co-op

Post by Bunny » Sat Nov 04, 2017 2:05 pm

As far as I can make out Dickie, Pariah's suggesting there are several squadrons running their own thing on separate nights, because over a certain number and RoF flakes out with cooperatives. Spectre's talking of setting up a free-to-play squadron in an Americas timezone, maybe there's mileage for a similar one in the European time zone, for people who aren't sure or are new to it, and that can grow as and when people want to purchase?

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Re: Rise of Flight Co-op

Post by Dickie » Sat Nov 04, 2017 2:24 pm

Can't handle ACG numbers....

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Re: Rise of Flight Co-op

Post by Pariah » Sat Nov 04, 2017 2:59 pm

Dickie wrote:What's PWCG?
That is explained in another thread.
Dickie wrote:Yeah this is the issue. Pariah wants to start with the Airco DH.1 but that's not a pack aircraft, it's a purchasable. I think for inclusions sake we need to perhaps make it easier? Unless I'm missing something. Admittedly I could play Bosch and start with the Fokker scourge in an Eindecker.
It's as Bunny says. If someone wants to run a squadron so that people can fly the free planes then that is all cool. I wanted to start a bit earlier and then work our way through the war.
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Re: Rise of Flight Co-op

Post by Boyezee » Sat Nov 04, 2017 3:09 pm

I bought the suggested packs in the sale the other day so I'm easy with whatever aircraft people want to fly, although I haven't really used ROF before so I need to get the hang of it first and sort out that PWCG thingymebob
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Re: Rise of Flight Co-op

Post by Pariah » Sat Nov 04, 2017 3:12 pm

You will only have to worry about the PWGC if you wish to fly an offline career or host an online co-op campaign. It's well worth having though and I can talk you through setting it up if the How to guide on this forum doesn't help.
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Re: Rise of Flight Co-op

Post by HotLunch » Sat Nov 04, 2017 5:58 pm

I'm always down for some RoF. I'll fly as I'm available.
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