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  1. Just a reminder post today about the Joint Ops tomorrow at 1200 EST. Hope to see you all there!
  2. Yeah, as I said, it's a personal bias against Reddit. I'll work on getting over that and getting more posts there though. King of the Hill might be a right proper clusterfuck to do, with people streaming in after being killed to duke it out more. That'd be pretty fun. We can have it as an entirely separate mode than the organized strike-in-groups style raids. One thing I'm really looking forward to is the Starfarer, just because we will for the first time have a ship we can actually board. Defending the different stations like the engine room, the cockpit, and engineering will be really interesting. We may have to wait a little longer though before we have the components up and running that allow you to take control of a ship. I just updated another person who signed up to be a Streamer, Fluffy_Pink_Bunny. If anyone else is planning on streaming or recording video, let me know and I'll add you to the list for the next event and advertise you with everyone else.
  3. Ah, yeah, I hate Reddit so I never think about it. I really have to get better at that. As for the specific Raid operation, we could make it a rule that one of the attacking ships have to be a transport, and everyone who is in a fighter has to stay in their crafts. So you can't land a fighter and engage in FPS. You show up in your assigned roles and stick with it. So that way you're going to be a lot more cautious about your balance with potentially only 8 people. We could also have people killed defending the station spawn back at Port Olisar, and after a time, they can warp back to the location to fight, either in a transport or in a fighter.
  4. That's why I really like Covalex. It's got a mission built into it, so everyone knows if you made it to all of the right spots or not. The only problem is there is just one entry point. Kind of makes battles predictable to a certain degree. Though I guess being able to fill a room with spaceship guns first adds a fun element.
  5. One of the options for the Joint Ops days is to do raids on the security post by showing up with a ship full of boarders that has to make it to a landing zone. So you have to decide how many Marines you want, and how many escorts you want for your drop ship, while the defenders of the station have to decide how many Marines they want, verse how many ships they want flying patrol. I think it'd mostly end up on foot, but it'd be fun to have it set up for the drop ship to have to fight its way to a LZ. We need some more shakedown runs of the task to get it better organized, so that means we need people for the daily Patrols we do.
  6. That sounds pretty exciting. We had some an impromtue fight with another organized group the first time we did one of these events on the 26th of March, and that turned out to be great fun. I think as we get more momentum with these Joint Ops events we'll have more organized OPFORs to practice against. We can test some of this out before the next Joint Ops event, if you have people in trying it out. We often do daily patrols around Port Oliser.
  7. Yeah, I saw you guys in the General chat when I got on setting everything up. I just kept having trouble all night whenever I was on the station, kept falling through floors. Was happening to me on the ships as well. I think it's probably coming from my side though, since my PC is 6 years old. It definitely looked fun in the recording though! We'll have try more Kareah style events. That seemed to be a success. If anyone else has any recordings of the event they'd like to share, let me know and I'll share it across the OPPF network.
  8. Thanks for joining us and streaming, Base! It was a lot of fun, so to everyone that came out, thanks! The next event will be on the 23rd. I'll update the OP.
  9. Hey, everyone, we're going to be beginning the Joint Operations event in about 10-15 minutes! Come join us on the Discord channel and Star Citizen! https://discord.gg/0khMm8QaHUmR8btK
  10. Ah, thanks, @Rellim. I appreciate that. I wasn't sure what time zone is the common one around here. We're hoping as the event gets larger, we can have three time slots open for people in different time zones. Right now we're just working with the afternoon on the East Coast since that makes it a Saturday night in Europe and morning on the West Coast. If the world was flat this would be so much easier. We don't really have a stop time for the event right now so we'll be going for most of the night as well. Since OPPF community is so flexible and international, we tend to have people showing up over the course of any activities we do and we always do our best to make sure we can accommodate as many people as is effectively possible.
  11. Greetings from the Operation Pitchfork community! I'm here to let everyone know about a new repeating weekend event we're organizing. Twice a month we're planning on holding Joint Operation events on Saturdays where we get people from around the Star Citizen community together for organized events around Port Oliser. For right now, they're set to start at 1200 EST. We had our first event on the 26th of March, and a lot of people enjoyed it, though it was a bit of a hot mess because of a patch dropping the night before. Since the one on the 9th is only our second one, it's still pretty rough around the edges, but we're hoping as more and more people get involved, it becomes a smoother and more defined event. The next event after the 9th will be on the 23rd of April, so if you can't make it this weekend but you want to participate, don't worry! And as always, because of the nature of OPPF, always feel free to help participate in the planning. If you think you have an idea or suggestion on how this can be organized better, don't hesitate to speak up. OPPF evolves and improves because of our community's open dialogue. Our Discord channel is a good location to join in on the conversation. Last event Streamers: Ettrick: https://www.twitch.tv/ettrick DigiTac: https://www.twitch.tv/digitac197 BaseRadio: https://www.twitch.tv/thebaseradio NEXT EVENT: April 23rd Currently Scheduled Streamers For Next Event: DigiTac: https://www.twitch.tv/digitac197 Fluffy_Pink_Bunny: www.twitch.tv/fluffypinkbunny OPPF Discord Channel: https://discord.gg/0khMm8QaHUmR8btK OPPF RSI Thread: https://forums.robertsspaceindustries.com/discussion/60679/invading-vanduul-space-at-the-end-of-the-beta-operation-pitchfork/p1 OPPF Forum Post: https://operationpitchfork.com/forums/index.php?topic=1756.new#info_9086 Last Event's Video:
  12. Here's the link that proves that all HULL insurence will be good anywhere, including LTI. https://forums.robertsspaceindustries.com/discussion/comment/543216/#Comment_543216
  13. The insurence situation is this. LTI and normal hull insurance covers EVERWHERE. You will however have to get seperate insurance for you equipment and/or cargo. So if you have LTI, which I'm sure an Indris does, your ship will be covered during the entire event.
  14. It depends on the insurence you get for your cargo and add-ons. It's seperate from hull insurance.
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