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With the announcement of the two Yak9 and Yak9T it should be logical to have a scripted campaign(s) for the Prokorovka map!

I find this logical in sight that all the planes shall be there and the map also why not develop campaigns for each side and each type of plane that did fly in it.

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A scripted campaign requiring purchases of a Collector Plane not included with any Premium Edition and a map from the non-aviation Tank Crew is probably the least likely candidate for a feasible product.

 

Nevertheless, as @Gambit21 says, anyone can do it. All the required tools are available.

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Salutations,

 

Yes, anyone can do it. The tools are available. Although, it would take a lot of time and effort in learning how to use the mission editor. Oh, and lots of mission playtesting and even more playtesting. 

 

Did I mention a lot of time for playtesting. :coffee:

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...then when you're done you have to fix the bugs and do more testing.

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&My fingers are crossed...hopefully there would also be a lot of Panthers, Tigers & T-34s on the battlefied below & targets for the various ground support aircraft?

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I guess nobody will do such campaign:

- you need to have TC and collector plane Yak-9 (Yak-9T didn't take part in the south Kursk bulge battle) to play this campaign

- TC map is very "heavy" for any aviation campaigns

- ТС map hasn't most of the Soviet airfields

- after July 13 most of the LW groups left this area and was transferred to the north Kursk bulge, so you will not have the rivals (Yak-9 regiments arrived on July 10)

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Unfortunately, making a campaign is not that easy:
1) At least 6 months of exercise with the mission editor
2) imagine a good senario ...
3) Intensive research in specialist literature
4) A lot of patience and lots of coffee (or beer)
5) And previously agree with the partner
6) test
7) and again testing

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8 hours ago, namhee2 said:


5) And previously agree with the partner
 

 

lol

Yep, this.

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11 hours ago, namhee2 said:


4) A lot of patience and lots of coffee (or beer)
 

 

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I’m not sure why people exaggerate the difficulty. It only takes most of your spare time for 3 or 4 months... not all of it.

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15 hours ago, Jaegermeister said:

I’m not sure why people exaggerate the difficulty. It only takes most of your spare time for 3 or 4 months... not all of it.

 

The A-20 campaign took me more like 11 months.

 

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4 minutes ago, Gambit21 said:

 

The A-20 campaign took me more like 11 months.

 

 

Yes, good working creations take a lot of time. Thanks for your efforts Gambit21:salute:

 

Just between you and me, I find mission building a fun challenge and a game unto itself. In the end, I simply enjoy the process. Especially if others enjoy the final result.

 

But yea.... it does requires a LOT of time, effort and attention to detail. Definitely not for everyone. :coffee: 

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1 minute ago, Thad said:

 

Yes, good working creations take a lot of time. Thanks for your efforts Gambit21:salute:

 

Just between you and me, I find mission building a fun challenge and a game unto itself. In the end, I simply enjoy the process. Especially if others enjoy the final result.

 

But yea.... it does requires a LOT of time, effort and attention to detail. Definitely not for everyone. :coffee: 

 

Yep

 

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5 hours ago, Thad said:

 

Just between you and me, I find mission building a fun challenge and a game unto itself. In the end, I simply enjoy the process. Especially if others enjoy the final result.

 

But yea.... it does requires a LOT of time, effort and attention to detail. Definitely not for everyone. :coffee: 

I agree with your philosophy on the process. It’s gratifying to recreate an episode in history and then be able to participate in it. The process is a bit tedious at times, but every mission is a small victory when you make it work and it runs correctly.

 

I just looked it up and I started doing research and working on my current P-38 campaign at the end of May. Obviously I didn’t start work in the ME until the map was released, but yeah, 6 months already. 😜

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On 1/15/2020 at 9:04 PM, AdamKotikCZ said:

Free work for 100 people.

 

100 people are working for free ?? Or everyone is working for free for 100 people? I don’t understand the statement.

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I mean, it's hard.I just wanted to say that it is difficult to create a historical reconstruction.

Gradually, I buy all DLC to have it complete.

I was just here to see what was being formed, nothing more.

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On 11/25/2019 at 7:57 PM, Gambit21 said:

 

The A-20 campaign took me more like 11 months.

 

 

Yes, that's why your A-20 campaign is a masterpiece. Quality has its price. Thank you for all the exciting hours that I experienced with it.

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On 11/25/2019 at 1:57 PM, Gambit21 said:

 

The A-20 campaign took me more like 11 months.

 

 

Yeah, I stand corrected, 3 or 4 months would be quick with the expectation level these days.

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