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# 31
05-14-2011, 04:19 AM
I'll give 100000 EC to the player that can bring me the head of Steve Hale.
Make it so.
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# 32
05-14-2011, 03:52 PM
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Originally Posted by amidoinitright View Post
I'll give 100000 EC to the player that can bring me the head of Steve Hale.
Make it so.
Ah and then if someone shot him down in a match then the EC would leave your bank and go to that person.
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# 33
05-14-2011, 03:55 PM
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I think the best way to do it would be the way City of... does it in Siren's Call. When you're in the zone, every time you kill another player from the opposing side, your bounty goes up. Being killed resets your bounty. Killing someone from the opposing side will give you a reward, in bounty points, equal to whatever bounty they had reached before you got them. Everyone who enters the zone is assigned someone from the other side as their main target. That target shows up on the map as a blip every once in a while, regardless of their being stealthed or whatever (which can lead to some pretty fun chases if all you have to go on is a 2 second map blip). Bounty that you receive can be traded in to vendors for consumables or items.
Very cool idea.
The "Red baron" effect.
The best Ace pilot goes on top until brought down.

SO whose to be the next "KLINKY von Richthofen" ?
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# 34
05-14-2011, 04:04 PM
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Very cool idea.
The "Red baron" effect.
The best Ace pilot goes on top until brought down.

SO whose to be the next "KLINKY von Richthofen" ?
Hmm, I could get rich fast. Define ACE pilot cause some
could just use a lamecrusier and faw.
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# 35
05-15-2011, 08:38 AM
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Hmm, I could get rich fast. Define ACE pilot cause some
could just use a lamecrusier and faw.
The definitions that define Ace and the ranks among them are already well defined from World War One.

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A flying ace is a military aviator who has shot down five or more enemy aircraft. The term originated in World War I in France, when French newspapers described Adolphe Pegoud as a flying ace after he became the first pilot to shoot down five German aircraft. Ace is also used to refer to non-aviators who have distinguised themselves by sinking ships, destroying tanks, etc. (i.e. U-boat ace). During WWI the Central Powers as well as Britain specified an ace as someone who had 10 or more confirmed "kills".
The defining parameters may have to be increased to reflect the growth of the technology used in modern space dogfighting and warfare or they may not.
Possibly even break it by vessel Class to help define the rules?
Even though some argue that the KDF have 2 extra specialized vessel classes the game defines all vessels under these parameters:
Federation Cruiser / Klingon Battle Cruiser
Federation Escort / Raptor
Federation Science vessel
Klingon bird of Prey

Therefore they can be used to set the minimum parameters to qualify for Ace.
The second question is, is this in one game/match or total time playing STO to qualify.
I would prefer that it be documented in one match basis and that every match you have that toon score 10+ kills it counts as 1 killpoint towards being considered an Ace.

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Aces of World War I Name Country Service Victories Notes Manfred von Richthofen Germany Luftwaffe 80 "The Red Baron"
René Fonck France Aviation Militaire 75 Top Allied
Billy Bishop Canada Royal Flying Corps 72 Top British Empire
Ernst Udet Germany Luftwaffe 62
Raymond Collishaw Canada Royal Naval Air Service 61 Top RNAS
James McCudden UK Royal Flying Corps 57
Erich Löwenhardt Germany Luftwaffe 54
William Barker Canada Royal Flying Corps 53
Georges Guynemer France Aviation Militaire 53
Edward Mannock England Royal Flying Corps 50
Werner Voss Germany Luftwaffe 48
George McElroy Ireland Royal Flying Corps 47 Top Ireland
Robert Little Australia Royal Naval Air Service 47 Top Australia
Albert Ball UK Royal Flying Corps 44
Charles Nungesser France Aviation Militaire 43
Oswald Boelcke Germany Luftwaffe 40
Lothar von Richthofen Germany Luftwaffe 40
Francesco Baracca Italy Corpo Aeronautico Militare 34 Top Italy
Eddie Rickenbacker USA US Army Air Service 26 Top US
Frank Luke USA US Army Air Service 18 Medal of Honor
Max Immelmann Germany Luftwaffe 15 "The Blue Max"
James White Canada Royal Naval Air Service 12
Christopher Draper UK Royal Naval Air Service 9 "The Mad Major"
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