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Mega Canadian Fleet

posted Jul 04, 2011 03:16:01 by PhilippeDeRouville
Well, it's the second time we actually do this. It started off with a few pals here and there playing Artemis, and it grew...

So yesterday was the second time the Quebec Fleet got together...

6 ships, some at more than 200 km from one another, connected via Ventrillo, all efforts coordinated by Communication was -INSANELY- cool...

What started at casual lvl 3 missions soon got rough with lvl 8 missions, and trying to coordinate our own efforts. We had been split in two battle forces with an admiral ship giving out orders. If you think playing at a single ship is cool...wait will you've tried doing that..

The only tricky part was to get the Hamachi server up(which can only have so much people connected at the same time), but we found a way around that, and we had great fun. So far two ships posted pictures of their bridges, one from Montreal and the other from Quebec City, you can check it out right here:!/event.php?eid=220906044600915
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Martok42 said Jul 04, 2011 15:00:58
Hey, that is awesome! This is the first I have heard of any missions with near this many ships!
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ThomRobertson said Jul 04, 2011 16:42:42
WOW! Please tell us more about this mega-fleet action. Where were all the crews located? Who organized it?

It sounds like people played coop. Was there any PVP?

Were there technical problems? Crashes? Internet hiccups?

connected via Ventrillo, all efforts coordinated by Communication officers

Were the comms officers key to setting the whole thing up? Do they have their own Comms Club?
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d.toliaferro said Jul 06, 2011 04:08:04
Wow, I wish I could have just been there to watch.
Mike_Substelny said Jul 12, 2011 14:06:49
Great job, Quebec Fleet! I'm impressed!
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Clayton-Mast said Jul 12, 2011 15:44:05
Sounds Wicked ... You're Friends look fun ... I love apple pie too!
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Zone51 said Aug 06, 2011 02:40:48
i would wish to join that !
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