What color will the sixth plane be?

Prattle and quarrel about the fictional WW1 arcade air-battle game

What color will da sixth triplane be?

Black
8
35%
White
3
13%
Pink
7
30%
Purple
1
4%
Light Blue
0
No votes
Orange
1
4%
Ehm.. I'm outta colors.. something else, you name it
3
13%
 
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Postby Ezko » Fri Oct 08, 2004 6:36 am

Of course I can when they aren't moving, but it's harder when they move and the difference must be quite big.
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Postby TZ » Fri Oct 08, 2004 8:48 pm

Ezko wrote:Botch, try to make brown in paint or some other drawing program. Easiest way to start it is to make orange


No, the easiest way is to pick the brown color.
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Postby Ezko » Sat Oct 09, 2004 6:39 pm

TZ, da joke maker.
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Postby TZ » Wed Oct 13, 2004 5:52 pm

What? Did I miss something? I mean come on, it really is the easiest way. Just click on the brown color.
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Postby dekstar » Thu Oct 28, 2004 4:15 pm

Black Triplane would look cool unless it was a pretty dark level. Anyone also know the designs the Black Triplane would have on it? (Black, 6th, whatever).
I wouldn't at all mind if it was a swatstika (spelling?), in like blood red or something. After all, the swatstika isn't a nazi sign, it's another countries sign of luck or something.
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Postby Jako » Fri Oct 29, 2004 11:39 am

It's Purple. And the nation isn't a "real" nation.
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Postby Narceh » Fri Oct 29, 2004 1:14 pm

dekstar wrote: After all, the swatstika isn't a nazi sign, it's another countries sign of luck or something.


Let me throw in a piece of its Wikipedia definition...

"According to Wilson [1] , swastika is --
A Sanskrit word signifying happiness, pleasure, and good luck. It is composed of Su (equivalent to Greek ευ), "good" [or "well"], and asti, "being", "good being"" [or "well being"] with the suffix ka (Greek κα, Latin co).

An alternative, less literal translation might be "blessed form"."
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Postby Ezko » Fri Oct 29, 2004 10:58 pm

What is swastika?
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Postby TZ » Sat Oct 30, 2004 12:11 pm

You might know it better by the name hakaristi. And swastika was used by Finland's Air Forces and Tank Batallions between 1918-1944, after that it was removed because some evil nazies gave the whole symbol a bad meaning. Naturally the Soviets, who had barely managed to defeat us, didn't like us having "nazi-symbols" in our planes and tanks. Althou' the nazies rarely used the real swastika, they more often used the tilted swastika. The swastika used by the Finnish Air Forces was a symbol used by the Swedish count Von Rosen, who donated White Finland her first airplane during the Finnish Civil War.

I wouldn't at all mind if it was a swatstika (spelling?), in like blood red or something. After all, the swatstika isn't a nazi sign, it's another countries sign of luck or something.


Umm.. what kind of wicked nation would use a symbol like that?

http://www.sodatkuvina.cjb.net/hakaristi.htm

More information about the Finnish swastika and the evil lurking nazi-symbol swastika in both Finnish and English.

And one last thing we must remember, Finland did not use the swastika because we wanted to look cool and be evil nazies. We used it before nazies did. They must have copied the idea from us.. well, actually they used a lot of old Indian symbols so they prolly did not steal it from us (Indian as in Indian, not Native American [stupid Columbus])
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Postby Ezko » Sat Oct 30, 2004 12:22 pm

They also copied the currency from us! Or which had mark first?
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Postby TZ » Sat Oct 30, 2004 1:51 pm

Umm well let's see, Germany had marks when we were still using rubels so I'd have to say we copied them, and so did a lot of other countries too.
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Postby Ezko » Sat Oct 30, 2004 4:11 pm

They should pay us for using modification of our airforce logo! Hmm.. Maybe that's not the same party on lead of Germany.
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Postby dekstar » Wed Nov 10, 2004 2:42 pm

TZ wrote:Umm.. what kind of wicked nation would use a symbol like that?

http://www.sodatkuvina.cjb.net/hakaristi.htm

And one last thing we must remember, Finland did not use the swastika because we wanted to look cool and be evil nazies. We used it before nazies did. They must have copied the idea from us.. well, actually they used a lot of old Indian symbols so they prolly did not steal it from us (Indian as in Indian, not Native American [stupid Columbus])


Yeah, I guess. But then again, this is a made up nation, supposedly.

Nice site, though I knew a lot of that already from various history lessons, especially the bit about the nazi's copying it. Ok, question. You know all the other nations, will they have authentic flags imprinted on their wings like this special plane?

And another question, will the plane be flyable straight away, or will it be unlock-able?
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Postby Botch » Wed Nov 10, 2004 3:00 pm

There's a big difference between Finnish Swastika and Nazi Swastika. I know some people through internet who think that Finland had Swastika because Germany was its ally.
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Postby TZ » Wed Nov 10, 2004 4:43 pm

dekstar wrote:Yeah, I guess. But then again, this is a made up nation, supposedly.

You know all the other nations, will they have authentic flags imprinted on their wings like this special plane?

And another question, will the plane be flyable straight away, or will it be unlock-able?


Umm.. I'm pretty sure this aint a made-up nation.

And I'm pretty sure the 6th plane will have authentic thingies on it's wings, just like the other planes (save the Finnish plane).

And I'm pretty sure it's flyable straight away.
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