|Erik Felsen (alias: Ezio Martinez)|
|Date of birth||March 25th, 1969|
|Date of death||January 1st, 2045 (On this date, Erik had an identical AI copy of himself activated then transfered to a cloned body. The new "Arrik Felsen" looks exactly as Erik did at the start of the Belkan War and has all of his predecessor's skill, personality traits and memories, so in a way, it could be said that he never died).|
|Age||46 (in 2016, the end of the Anean Continental War)|
|Professional Character Data|
|Callsign(s)||Wywyrm 1, Draco 1|
|Vehicles||Mig-29A (from the first B7R engagement to the Offensive Campaign No. 4101), Su-47 (Offensive Camapaign no. 4101 onwards), ADF-01A (Test flown by Wywyrm Team in 1996, then stolen by Wywyrm Team in 2010 to escape from assassins), ADF-02A Super Falken (Battle of Dinsmark. December 31st, 2017), XFA-36A Game (AI Clone Arrik Felsen flew this aircraft in 2045)|
|Rank||Brigadier General (2016)|
|Notable facts||Top Ace of the Belkan Air Force until 2018|
|Chronological and Political Information|
|Era(s)||1995-2021 (years of combat service)|
|Subclasses||Fighter Pilot, Political Leader (late 2017)|
|Affiliation||Belkan Air Force (1995-2017), Aurelian Air Force (2021), UPEO/Ouroboros (2045)|
|This User is a member of Ouroboros|
|This user is a member of the Belkans of Acepedia.|
|This User edits the Ace Combat Fanon Wiki.|
Air Combat Maneuvers/Problems with my Mechanic's Solutions for themEdit
Stalled Rocket: When in a vertical climb with an enemy on your 6 o'clock, use your brakes to stall and fall away slightly, then just as the adversary passes ahead, fire the afterburner at full power and you should be in perfect position for a missile shot or gun kill.
Fatal Pursuit: USE ONLY AS A LAST RESORT. When an enemy is diving on you from 6 o'clock high, pull up, barrel roll then dive straight down while at full afterburner, in a slight turn. If he doesn't follow, pull back up and escape. If he does, then use the terrain to your advantage by continuing your dive, then at no higher than 750 feet, pull up sharply to avoid a crash. This often distracts an opponent, compounding the difficulty of following your maneuver and, if done properly, will cause your opponent to plough nose-first into the ground, ending the fight without firing a shot.
Wywyrm's Nest: (See "Wywyrm's Nest)
Zero: Named such as there is no room for error with this maneuver and should only be attempted if one has taken no damage and has no other choice. One pulls up high above an opponent's aircraft, then dive on them at full speed with one wing pointed right at them. If done properly, your wing will slam into them like a cleaver and take them down, leaving you with 99% damage to your plane.
P = The problem logged by the pilot.
S = The solution logged by the mechanic.
P: Left inside main tire almost needs replacement. S: Almost replaced left inside main tire.
P: Test flight OK, except auto-land very rough. S: Auto-land not installed on this aircraft.
P: No. 2 propeller seeping prop fluid. S: No. 2 propeller seepage normal. Nos. 1, 3 and 4 propellers lack normal seepage.
P: Something loose in cockpit. S: Something tightened in cockpit.
P: Dead bugs on windshield. S: Live bugs on backorder.
P: Autopilot in "altitude-hold" mode produces a 200-fpm descent. S: Cannot reproduce problem on ground.
P: Evidence of leak on right main landing gear. S: Evidence removed.
P: DME volume unbelievably loud. S: DME volume set to more believable level.
P: Friction locks cause throttle levers to stick. S: That's what they're there for!
P: Transponder inoperative. S: Transponder always inoperative in OFF mode.
P: The T/C ball seemed stuck in the middle during my last turn. S: Congratulations! You've just made your first coordinated turn.
P: Suspected crack in windscreen. S: Suspect you're right.
P: Number 3 engine missing. S: Engine found on right wing after brief search.
P: Aircraft handles funny. S: Aircraft warned to straighten up, fly right, and be serious.
P: Radar hums. S: Reprogrammed radar with words.
P: Mouse in cockpit. S: Cat installed.
P: Radio switches stick S: Peanut butter no longer served to flight crew
P: Screaming sound in cabin at start-up S: Company accountant deplaned
P: Funny smell in cockpit S: Pilot told to change cologne
P: Aircraft 2,400 lbs over max weight S: Aircraft put on diet of 92 octane
P: #3 engine knocks at idle S: #3 engine let in for a few beers
P: #3 engine runs like it's sick S: #3 engine diagnosed with hangover
P: Brakes howl on application S: Don't step on 'em so hard!
P: Radio sounds like a squealing pig S: Removed pig from radio. BBQ behind hangar tomorrow
P: First class cabin floor has a squeak S: Co-pilot told not to play with toddler toys in cabin anymore
P: Electrical governor is broke S: Paid off governor's debt to Jimmy "The Fish" Galvano
P: Air conditioning motor makes a loud squeal like my mother-in-law. S: recommend divorce
The Wywyrm's NestEdit
The Wywyrm's Nest is an air combat tactic that I developed myself. Inspired by Gualt Team's "Golden Nest", its basicly consists of a triple-level Lufberry Circle, the first with two aircraft, the second with four rotating in the opposite direction, and the third being a repeat of the first only below the second. They are referred to as levels A, B and C respectively. At any one time, two aircraft, one from Level A and the second from Level C, may drop out of their circles and launch a simultaneous attack. The one from Level A then forms up at Level C and vice versa for the other. Aircraft in Level B remain in their positions to provide support and keep the opponent trapped (See Figure 1).
If the 6th Jagdgeschwader was in an AC Game, Our themes would change base on preference. The final battle theme music would be the following (Zero: ACZ)
I chose this over the Grabacr and Alect themes.