Flight Reviews-Example

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Flight Reviews-Example

Post by Turbofan » Mon Mar 14, 2011 3:41 am

Sorry if I wasn't quite clear about what I meant by flight reviews before. A flight review is a review of your flight in YSFS, similar to the real-life flight reviews you see on other forums but all from the YSFS perspective. For a flight review, you should more or less follow the following format:

Online/Offline Flight?
If online, only mention what server you were flying on
Aircraft flown:
Duration: (optional)
If combat, number of enemy targets you got:
Any remarks:

Then in this section, you can type a description of your flight. You can go into as much detail as you wish to, make it as short/as long as you 'd like as well. Feel free to include good screenshots captures (thumbnails are more welcome). Or you can make it short with just thumbnails, it's up to you.

Hope this made it clearer as to what a flight review should look like.
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Re: Flight Reviews-Example

Post by Richard Vo » Wed Feb 10, 2016 5:04 pm

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