Ireland is a seperate coountry and only the English think Scotland is part of England, ther'e all part of GREAT BRITAIN
Sylvester said:Ireland is a seperate coountry
Sylvester said:and only the English think Scotland is part of England, ther'e all part of GREAT BRITAIN
Murray said:Except the voice replies, does it really matter which wingman you chose? I mean in terms of skill.
Could you say, there is something Iceman can do but Manian can't?
PeteyG said:Vagabond, by far. He was the only main wingman who didn't have... issues.
He wasn't a rookie (Catscratch), he wasn't crazy (Maniac), he wasn't a complicated love interest for Blair (Angel), he wasn't a simple love interest for Blair (Flint), he wasn't a traitor (Jazz), he wasn't a traitor (Hobbes), he wasn't a pacifist (Panther), he wasn't gun-happy (Hawk), his hate didn't consume him (Cobra), he wasn't arrogant (Flash), he didn't have piles of emotional baggage (Spirit), he wasn't a cold motherfscker (Iceman), he wasn't an irritant (Maestro), he wasn't all pessimistic (Doomsday), he wasn't raised by the Kilrathi (Downtown), he didn't pick fights (Stingray), he wasn't an inexperienced reservist (Shadow), he didn't tritely talk about opening a bar after the war (Vaquero), he used proper grammar (Excel from WC4, I think it was), he wasn't old (Paladin), he wasn't a faceless name (that one wingman guy in Armada), he wasn't a sick b*stard (Seether, remember flying with him? brrr), he didn't drink too much (Hunter)....
I think you have your wingmen mixed up. Hobbes nearly always obeys your orders or at least politely declines. I don't think Stingray and Jazz would ever obey a return to base call.NapoleanAce said:In WC2 I pretty much liked any wingman that obeyed orders, i.e. Stingray, Jazz, Hobbes.
If you tell Spirit, Angel, or Maniac to form on your wing or return to base, they usually refused.