Certainly not the best of Ender. By far the poorest in design and mission layout. Some engagements are dead easy and some are close to impossible. The V38 is not a personal choice of mine, it does nothing with a high degree of efficiency, and protecting a lot of capital ships stranded without shields while a FRG, a M/FRG and a LUGG gunship take on them, plus some torpedo wielding Y-Ws, was far from challenging. It was ludicrously difficult in a Sentinel. I would have opted even for a GUN than that 3 winged ladybird of a starfighter. Fly anything else from mBender and admire his excellent creations. This is not one of those.
It's an odd mix of very tough missions and a couple very easy missions. Mission 1 is made simple by the fact that the rebels attack your target. Mission 2 is very tough - took a few tries and a little luck to keep everything protected that needed protection. Mission 3 and 4 are simple - just kill everything then inspect/disable what you need. Started off strong but dropped off near the end.
OK, sometimes I just think you made TONS of battles just to try and show the world TONS of new ships. Don't lie!! xD Then sometimes the battle is quite nice, the patches don't come with trouble, the main "ship star" cool and these things happen. Your fault, Ender! Now it deserves a 4. =)
Mission 1: Rebel bombers attack the DREAD Target first instead of the EH starships. Message about Rebel transport launching appears before it is actually launched.
Mission 4: Mission shows as failed part way through the battle, possibly due to the destruction of a secondary shuttle after being disabled. It then shows as successful once E/S Harbinger has boarded the CORT Book and entered hyperspace.
|Battle Total:||654,040||VA Zósite Kónstyte Styles|
|Mission 1:||158,000||VA Zósite Kónstyte Styles|
|Mission 2:||162,380||VA Zósite Kónstyte Styles|
|Mission 3:||150,200||VA Zósite Kónstyte Styles|
|Mission 4:||183,460||VA Zósite Kónstyte Styles|
(of available records)
|1||168,792||GN Dax Corrin||2009-02-25|
|2||142,016||GN Dunta Polo||2010-01-08|
|3||130,090||GN Abel Malik||2009-02-08|
|4||118,426||LC Kenath Zoron||2009-06-10|
|6||114,742||COL Phalk Sturm||2021-10-08|
|7||107,902||FA Pickled Yoda||2014-06-17|
|9||99,286||FA Conker Blackwood||2009-12-02|
|10||91,850||AD Hav Antiel||2020-08-24|
This battle has been flown by 16 pilots a total of 18 times.
GN Abel Malik - 2009-02-08
HA Anahorn Dempsey - 2 times, last on 2021-03-06
FA Conker Blackwood - 2009-12-02
GN Dax Corrin - 2009-02-25
GN Dunta Polo - 2010-01-08
Title : Avenger Squadron: Combat Operations Author : CA:SCO-TCT-TCS/FA Ender mBind/CS-10/SSSD Sovereign (#PIN) email@example.com Platform : X-wing vs. TIE Fighter Number of missions : 4 Medal : Legion of Combat Operations Required patches ---------------- * EK Ship Patch for XvT * TIE Sentinel * Modular Task Force Cruiser * Family Repair Yard Installation instructions -------------------------- 1] Make sure you have the EH Ship Patch for XvT installed 2] Download the patches from the EH Patch archive (http://tc.emperorshammer.org/patcharchive.php) 3] Install the patches by double clicking it in the EHSP installer 4] Double click the .EHM file, the EH Battle Launcher will install the battle 5] Check the Misc folder in your XvT one for additional material like patches, sounds etc. 6] Install the custom audio files according to the instruction in the wav package 7] Press the X-wing vs TIE Fighter button on the EHBL to start the game 8] Create a new pilot and fly the Imperial training missions 9] Uninstall the patches by double clicking it in the EHSP installer Introduction ------------ Mission 1: Even Avenger Squadron, the Elites of the Aggressor Strike Fleet, need to hone their skills with training exersizes. The Squadron Commander is displeased with the warhead delivery of his pilots and has arranged an old, but functional, Dreadnaught to practice on. This kind of training is not as common as simulators, but past experience has shown that there are still differences in the experience and outcome between simulated and real training. Mission 2: It seems that the Rebel attackers were after something in the Dreadnaught we used for training. At this moment we have no clue on what that might have been, but the Combat Operations Officer has put his Assistants on the matter. Meanwhile, the VSD Aggressor has returned to the docks of the Phare System to get some critical repairs done. While the base is deep in Emperor's Hammer Territories and heavily defended, the Combat Operations Officer is taking no chances and has Avenger Squadron patrolling the area. Mission 3: While Avenger Squadron was engaged in combat with the Rebel attackers on the Space Dock and saved the VSD Aggressor from certain doom, somebody kidnapped the Combat Operations Officer! We captured two suspects, but while one tried to bribe us with heavy brown beer and the other pulled his Command Staff contacts, another was able to escape. We have traced his hyperspace path and are in hot pursuit as we speak. Mission 4: While we were able to rescue the Combat Operations Assistants from the NR-SSF, the COO himself is still captured. Interrogation of our prisoners made clear that he was transferred to the Cruiser Serenity - which is now on its way to the main NR-SSF base in the Docal System. More serious interrogation revealed to us the Cruiser's course, which allows us to intercept it before it reaches its destination. When intercepted, we will try to make the Cruiser launch an escape shuttle - which we can then board to rescue the COO. DISCLAIMER =========== THESE LEVELS ARE NOT MADE, DISTRIBUTED, OR SUPPORTED BY LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY. ELEMENTS TM & (c) LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY.