The Fi-156 doesn´t have a rear gun on FH2.I suppose the had... That would prejudice the spotting?Maybe,but there should be a way to spot while not in am mode...
Cadyshack;4591214Perhaps allow the pilot call for arty using the looking down view. It would eliminate the second spot (how often do you actually have a 2nd seater actually spotting) and it can take away the unrealistic "fly spotter plane to flag and have SL passenger jump out."
good idea. i agree
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Cadyshack;4591214Perhaps allow the pilot call for arty using the looking down view. It would eliminate the second spot (how often do you actually have a 2nd seater actually spotting) and it can take away the unrealistic "fly spotter plane to flag and have SL passenger jump out."[/quote] I like this idea too. [quote=Cadyshack;4591214]Also, making it that easier to spot means more spots for arty (which can be a rarity), and they could be better than normal spots (more accurate).
Yeah, I noticed that people hardly ever spot for artillery (or use it when you are trying to give good spots as Recon). Today, I played a whole round in the artillery and I was getting spots, the only problem was they were not accurate at all so I didn't hit a thing :(. I tried to adjust but it's hard. Other spots were just in random places in the middle of nowhere.
I like the camera shutting sounds. Without them, I wouldn't be checking my minimap when the spotter plane spots something.
Yes, Lysander was used for that role too, but so did almost all transport planes such as Junkers 52 when there was lack of proper bombing equipment.
Yes,I have read that.But why wasn´t it used for that role too?
I didn't say that Lysander was not used for bombing, but it was not specifically designed for that/it was later on seen to fit other roles better and bombing became just a side role.
The Lysander was an Army Co-operation aircraft, as such it carried offensive armament, it could be armed with bombs, but it was certainly not a bomber. Fully armed the Mk.I and Mk.II was armed with two fixed, forward firing Browning .303" MG's (one in each wheel spat), one Vickers K .303" MG in the rear of the cockpit and 8 20lb bombs (4 attached to two stub wings, each fitted to the wheel spats), though the maximum bombload was 500lb.