Today Legacy Instructional Series is back with another dogfighting training video! Exercise ID: DFM1-1 Spirals
The Legacy Instructional Series team over at Legacy Gaming is back!
Hey folks, Over at Legacy Instructional Series we are proud to announce that we’ve passed our first milestone – hitting 1,000 subscribers. To celebrate, we asked our viewers to submit ideas for a special video. The most common entries were: 1. Killshots 2. Team tactics 3. Two Steps from Hell soundtrack instead of classical 4. ‘Splosions […]
What is Offensive Maneuvering? The LIS team is back again this week with another academics segment! These tutorials give an in-depth discussion of the mechanics behind the maneuvers that you can learn and practice using the exercise videos. Although the academics are not needed to improve your dogfighting capabilities via the exercises, they do provide the […]
General Flight Mechanics? What’s that? General Flight Mechanics is the first academics lesson in the Legacy Instructional Series, and presents an elementary look at spaceflight in Star Citizen. This guide is created for people who have never experienced any sort of six-degree-of-freedom (6DOF) simulator before. Much of this is explaining the semantics of spaceflight, discussing […]
Looking for advice on setting up your controls for Star Citizen? The team at LIS is here to help! Star Citizen backers, you asked for it, and here it is – the answers to our two most common questions: “what control setup are you using?” and “what kind of bindings/sensitivity curves do you use?” […]
Introduction Welcome to the part two of the Space Combat Maneuvering academics course! Today’s lesson will cover advanced space combat maneuvering mechanics in Star Citizen, particularly re-attacks and engaged maneuvering. As a reminder, these lessons take an in-depth look at the how and why the maneuvers shown in the exercise videos work; the exercise videos themselves then […]
Last week we talked about the importance and concept of planning in the Star Citizen universe so this week I thought it would be interesting to talk about planning’s close cousin, operational readiness.