Saturday, February 25, 2017

Two Marks versus Two Stephens

One of the Twenty First Century's First World's Challenges is coming up with different titles for blog posts. I tend to favour an equal mix of accuracy, obscurity, informative and bizarre.

Mark B is in the German all yellow plane while I'm back in the Albatross with the yellow fuselage.  Stephen N is in the Bristol Fighter and Stephen B is in the Snipe.

Early on the Bristol catches fire.

I'm buzzing about trying to get a target

A near collision.

But then it goes bad and I find my plane on fire.

So I fly off into the sunset.

Crash, bang, wallop!  
The Snipe collides with the Bristol Fighter sending it spiraling down to crash and burn.

But in a parting shot the Snipe inflicts a catastrophic hit on the Fokker.

At least I'd escaped.


  1. Your calamity of errors reminds me of the Keystone Cops! Never a good harbinger to being aerial combat operations with your craft on fire.

    1. I like to think more Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines.

      WoG is a fun game, but detailed simulation of WW1 air combat it is not.