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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.

If you are interested in being a CO (Commanding Officer) or GL (Group Leader), click here for a document suggesting how to become one, what the duties are, and how to succeed in those duties:  Guide for Scenario CO's and GL's.
If you have questions that are not answered by this material or if you have suggestions for improvement of this material, please feel free to send e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Here's hoping I see you in the skies of the next scenario.
-- Brooke

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