But that hasn't stopped me from trying. Every weekend morning and evening i'll login to the WW3 server, hoping that maybe a massive furball was about to happen. But it's becoming rarer and rarer every day. The first time I went online back in 2010,the server was filled with flying players. Last year, I've even managed to make friends with the guys ISAF's Raven squadron during the process, weekly flying on their server doing a variety of stuff from escorting Kawasaki C-2's over the Nansei Islands to small furballs of Su-47 Berkuts and F-15 SMTD Eagles. But since the fall of YSP and the original server list, I'm unable to locate them anymore thus leaving me to wonder whether they're still flying or not. Same goes from the days doing Anti-ship and Air-to-Ground Warfare the CVW-171 server at 2.30 A.M in the morning. And boy do I miss doing them all.
Big infamous server's like Neil's, Ice's, and the 241st's we're once a hub for players to meet up and hang out. But since their demise, large player gatherings are now becoming more of a rarity, at least, to me.
Unfortunately for me, I have a major semester exam this year. So I began to drastically cut down the time I spent on the weekends to fly online. But it's over now and I'm eager to make my return to the online skies of YsFlight.
Good to hear. Best of luck in making a comeback.USCG Helo 1 wrote:Whoever said we were gone? We may be largely inactive, but we're still here. I've got to give our guys props. Throughout the past couple of months, we've had no activity, but when they were called, almost everyone answered. We're starting to pull things together to see if we can get things back up and running. Granted, a few snags have been hit, but we're making progress.