Two Hannover CL.IIIAs (controlled by Stephen N) and a Fokker E.V (controlled by Matthew) on a secret mission, about to be intercepted by three Camels (the RFC planes controlled by me and the single RNAS by Mark B - the plane with what looks like extra RNZAF roundels).
The clouds and crashed plane are just for show... Or are they? We don't know the enemy mission and the Fokker, here after referred to as Bumble Bee, has broken off.
Boom! I get my first kill. Stephen (who umpires as well - it's his collection so that's fair) decided a second card had to be pulled to see the extent of the explosion. He pulled another explosion card.
Getting up close and personal.
Strung out. The remaining Hannover is diving away from me (the rotter!) while Mark B has gone after the Bumble Bee.
Hannover filled full of holes is found to be no longer very aerodynamic and crashes to the ground. My second kill.
The hunt is on for the Bumble Bee.
Where has he gone?
Using its superior climb rate it momentarily eluded us.
Prolonged aimed fire tested its aerodynamic qualities which were found wanting.
Down it went, making my third kill in one evening.
Not that we weren't shot at, we were just lucky to escape serious damage.
Very Unofficial Leaderboards
The first list separates players by nation. As we often fly multiple planes, calling players pilots is a bit misleading.
It probably is best to list by sorties, which matches games played/planes flown. The Wings of glory tragics are easy to pick.