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- Would you like to fly in large-scale, realistic air battles?
- Do you read accounts of WWII air combat and wish for similar on-line action?
- Do you desire realism and involvement that is a step beyond the main arena?
If so -- whether you are a beginning pilot or a seasoned expert -- scenarios are definitely for you.
Scenarios are special large-scale battles in Aces High that run a few times a year. Sometimes they are based on actual WWII battles, such as the Battle of Britain. Sometimes they are based on hypothetical battles that might have been.
A scenario typically involves about 100 people divided into two sides. Each side has particular aircraft, mission objectives, squadron assignments, bases, and resources. A scenario typically runs over the course of a month, with one battle per week, each battle lasting 3-4 hours.
If you are a new player or have not yet played in a scenario -- don't worry -- your fellow pilots and the Group Leader of the squadron you fly in will welcome you and get you started. The main and most-important requirement for playing in scenarios is simply the desire to participate.
To see what a scenario is like, the following is a writeup from a recent scenario. Here is the writeup.
For more pictorials and after-action reports from past scenarios, click here: Brooke's Scenario Page.
For more information on how to participate in a scenario, such as how to sign up, how to prepare, and what to do on game day, click here: How to Participate in a Scenario.
To find out about the current or upcoming scenario, click here: Current or Next Scenario.
To look at the rule sets for past scenarios, click here: Previous Scenarios.
To go to the scenario section of the Aces High message board, where you can ask questions and find out about upcoming scenarios, click here: Message Board.