Shot in the back (again)

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Your squad's second in command=

dopey corn fed easy to control
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laughs a twisted laugh every time I say high and mutters under his breath Iago style
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33%
Evil moustache twirler who keeps offering to buy me a 'drink'
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17%
Has a full spread of Daycons on his tail courtesy of moi. Mutiny this!
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50%
 
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Empty Hat
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Shot in the back (again)

Post by Empty Hat » Tue Jun 26, 2007 11:27 pm

I was just pounding a coloniser when my second in command shot a plectron through the back of my ship. I guess my squadron has a new boss.
:cry:

Ever wondered if the reason your squad mates normally hyperspace out so quickly is because your game self chooses cowards who won't try and nock him of in the mess; If I didn't consider the computer pilots so incompetent I'd accuse them of being downright Machiavellian.
:twisted:

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Post by TheKangaroo » Thu Jun 28, 2007 7:13 pm

Well, I don't know about your squadron, but my boys never hyperspace just because they feel like it. No cowards in this squadron...

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Post by Empty Hat » Fri Jun 29, 2007 3:26 am

I mean't after their beloved leader goes belly up :D

there was another thread that asked: If CM could be changed so that undamaged fighters didn't hyperspace out after the leader was shot down or if e ejects.

I was speculatin' on the very nature of the universe and the fact that perhaps your squad mates don't take the initiative is because you selected docile lambs to fly your ships and avoid backstabbing.

as noted my squad frequently shoots through me so my game alternative might need to work on that.

I must admit though I am envious of your superior hardnut squad mates :)

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Post by BoxZone_Author » Sun Aug 05, 2007 10:29 pm

It's all in the ship design.
Once a ship has no missiles or no launches or loses a percentage of it's command centres it bails.

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