Sure. They know how stuff really happened. Ancient aliens and all.
You re sure into aliens and all that, I'll bet you have claimed to have been captured, and the Aliens told you that in 1918, the Camel was a 120mph rocket climbing tight turning machine of invincibility. So we are just whiners who know nothing- LOL
The Camel is pretty much uber, the DR1 if flown right can match it IF the Camel pilot is mediocre, a Camel in ROF with it's 300hp engine can turn as good as the DR1 and climb while doing so, it's Acceleration and climb with low fuel is VERY unrealistic, at 20% fuel it's like taking the Camel weight and then taking 2/3 rds of the weight off. at least in the now ROF flight model.
It doesn't seem to effect AI pilots in the Camel.
Multilayer without the Camel and DR!, dogfights are still hard, but you can be competitive.
it is a whole different experience. when you die it is totally because the pilots out flew or out smarted you.. happened to me often.
with the Camel noobs in this rocket look like pros. all they need do is practice the quirks of the flight model to know it stall characteristics, and they are almost invincible! put them in ANY other plane and they are normal or sub par to most other pilots.. Guaranteed!!!!!!!!!!!!!
in Servers with Calels-
The 240 mph dive from 700 meters in my D7F on a Camel at 100 meters and have him turn a 180 and accelerate like a rocket to match my speeds is totally unrealistic.. the D7f should outrun a camel at ANY altitude esp if you have energy built up. yet in ROF they can catch me at 1500 meters in a long chase. Might as well forget about energy management vs camels.
People say fight at 2000+ meters??
So what if the D7F can perform better at 2000 meters, no one online flies up that high, and if you catch a camel at 2000m once in a blue moon, all he does is dive to 1500 meters where he can turn better, climb better, accelerate better and is FASTER and tear you up, if you dare to engage him in his invincible 0-2000 meter range. your only hope is a the 1st or maybe 2nd head on pass.