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Intercept Missions are short, simple missions in Airforce Delta Storm that the player must complete to reach missions or airbases on the map. There are two types of map icons for intercept missions in the game: one is a small circle, which means that once the mission is completed, the player will always be able to move across it no matter what. The other icon type is a larger circle, which means that once the mission is completed, a number will be displayed on it. The number goes down when the player's range drops to zero from them moving around the map enough. When the number on the map icon drops to zero, the player can no longer move across it unless they complete the intercept mission from it again. There are twelve different possible intercept missions in the game.

Overall Description

Intercept missions generally require the player to shoot down a plane and sometimes also destroy ground targets.

Chapter One Intercept Missions

Engaging the Enemy A

Engaging the Enemy A is one of the possible Intercept missions in the Alexxy Peninsula story arc.

Walkthrough

A very simple and easy mission. There's just one plane you must shoot down. Watch out for the other two planes while going after him though.

Mission-Specific Features

  • The terrain is a forest with a few mountains.
  • The mission is set in the day and the sky is sparsely clouded.


Enemy List (Engaging the Enemy A)

Enemy Unit Number Score
MiG-21d7 Fishbale 1 17,000
MiG-21bis Fishbed 1 16,500
F-5E Tiger II 1 15,000

Engaging the Enemy B

Engaging the Enemy B is one of the possible Intercept missions in the Alexxy Peninsula story arc.

Walkthrough

A slightly more complicated mission than the one above. This one involves destroying three bullet-firing ZSU-23 AAAs fairly distant from each other and shooting down an F-4E Phantom II.

Mission-Specific Features

  • The terrain is a forest with several hills.
  • The sky is a sparsely-clouded sunset.


Enemy List (Engaging the Enemy B)

Enemy Unit Number Score
F-4E Phantom II 1 18,000
ZSU-23 AAA 3 1,000
A-7 Corsair II 1 10,000

Engaging the Enemy C

Engaging the Enemy C is one of the possible Intercept missions in the Alexxy Peninsula story arc.

Walkthrough

This mission plays very similarly to Engaging the Enemy A as they both involve shooting down just one plane and watching out for two others.

Mission-Specific Features

  • The terrain is a forest with numerous small mountains.
  • There are many dark clouds in the sky.


Enemy List (Engaging the Enemy C)

Enemy Unit Number Score
Kfir C7 1 15,500
J-7 1 17,000
FC-1 Fighter China 1 18,000

Between the Sea and the Sky A

Between the Sea and the Sky A is one of the possible Intercept missions if their locations are over water in the Alexxy Peninsula story arc.

Walkthrough

All you must do here is shoot down one of three planes and destroy two ships in the water. The ships will defend themselves with bullets and missiles so be careful.

Mission-Specific Features

  • The mission is set in the day and the sky is sparsely clouded.


Enemy List (Between the Sea and the Sky A)

Enemy Unit Number Score
MiG-21d7 Fishbale 1 17,000
DDG Sovremenny 2 6,000
MiG-21bis Fishbed 1 16,500
F-5E Tiger II 1 15,000

Between the Sea and the Sky B

Between the Sea and the Sky B is one of the possible Intercept missions if their locations are above water in the Alexxy Peninsula story arc.

Walkthrough

Not much to say here. This mission plays very similarly to the mission above, except there are two planes and three ships.

Mission-Specific Features

  • The sky is a sparsely-clouded sunset.


Enemy List (Between the Sea and the Sky B)

Enemy Unit Number Score
F-4E Phantom II 1 18,000
PG 2 2,500
BCGN Kirov 1 10,000
A-7 Corsair II 1 10,000

Between the Sea and the Sky C

Between the Sea and the Sky C is one of the possible Intercept missions if their locations are above water in the Alexxy Peninsula story arc.

Walkthrough

This mission plays similarly to Between the Sea and the Sky A as you have to shoot down one plane and destroy two ships. Unlike the aforementioned mission, however, there are two planes here instead of three.

Mission-Specific Features

  • There are many clouds in the sky and rain is present.
  • The mission appears to be set between the afternoon and the evening.


Enemy List (Between the Sea and the Sky C)

Enemy Unit Number Score
F-4E Phantom II 1 18,000
BB Iowa 1 15,000
BCGN Kirov 1 10,000
A-7 Corsair II 1 10,000

Chapter Two Intercept Missions

Campaign A

Campaign A is one of the possible Intercept missions in the Elesia Province story arc.

Walkthrough

This mission plays much like Engaging the Enemy A and Engaging the Enemy C from Chapter One as it involves shooting down one plane and watching out for two others.

Mission-Specific Features

  • The terrain is a desert with a few small mountains.
  • The mission is set in the day and the sky is sparsely-clouded.


Enemy List (Campaign A)

Enemy Unit Number Score
F-15C Eagle 1 22,000
F-14D Tomcat 1 23,000
F/A-18C Hornet 1 21,000

Campaign B

Campaign B is one of the possible Intercept missions in the Elesia Province story arc.

Walkthrough

This mission plays somewhat similarly to Engaging the Enemy B from Chapter One in that you must destroy three ground targets fairly distant from each other and shoot down one of two planes. However, unlike the aforementioned mission which featured bullet-firing ZSU-23 AAAs, this mission features missile-launching PAC-3s which are more dangerous so get ready to dodge their missiles while attacking them.

Mission-Specific Features

  • The terrain is a rocky desert with several small, rough mountains.
  • The sky is a sparsely-clouded sunset.


Enemy List (Campaign B)

Enemy Unit Number Score
Su-27 Flanker 1 22,000
PAC-3 3 3,000
MiG-29 Fulcrum 1 20,000

Campaign C

Campaign C is one of the possible Intercept missions in the Elesia Province story arc.

Walkthrough

There are only cosmetic differences between this mission and Campaign A. You just have to shoot down one plane and watch out for two others.

Mission-Specific Features

  • The terrain is a rocky desert with several small, rough mountains.
  • The sky is filled with dark clouds and the mission appears to be set between the afternoon and the evening.


Enemy List (Campaign C)

Enemy Unit Number Score
Eurofighter 2000 1 23,000
Rafale C 1 22,500
JAS 39 Gripen 1 21,500

Fight of the Sea Eagles A

Fight of the Sea Eagles A is one of the possible intercept missions if their locations are above water in the Elesia Province story arc.

Walkthrough

Another fairly simple mission. You just have to destroy two ships and shoot down one of three planes. Be careful while attacking the ships as they can launch missiles at you.

Mission-Specific Features

  • The mission is set in the day and the sky is sparsely-clouded.


Enemy List (Fight of the Sea Eagles A)

Enemy Unit Number Score
F-15C Eagle 1 22,000
DDG Kongo 2 8,000
F-14D Tomcat 1 23,000
F/A-18C Hornet 1 21,000

Fight of the Sea Eagles B

Fight of the Sea Eagles B is one of the possible Intercept missions if their locations are above water in the Elesia Province story arc.

Walkthrough

Here, you just have to shoot down one plane and destroy three ships. Again, watch out for their missiles.

Mission-Specific Features

  • The sky is a blue and orange sunset.


Enemy List (Fight of the Sea Eagles B)

Enemy Unit Number Score
Su-27 Flanker 1 22,000
PG 2 2,500
BCGN Kirov 1 10,000
MiG-29 Fulcrum 1 20,000

Fight of the Sea Eagles C

Fight of the Sea Eagles C is one of the possible Intercept missions if their locations are above water in the Elesia Province story arc.

Walkthrough

Again, a simple mission. You have to shoot down one plane and destroy two ships. Like in most other missions with ships, watch out for their missiles.

Mission-Specific Features

  • The sky is filled with dark clouds and the mission appears to be set between the afternoon and the evening.


Enemy List (Fight of the Sea Eagles C)

Enemy Unit Number Score
Su-27 Flanker 1 22,000
BB Iowa 1 15,000
BCGN Kirov 1 10,000
MiG-29 Fulcrum 1 20,000

Trivia

  • In the NTSC-U version, all of these missions have a time limit of ten minutes. In the PAL and NTSC-J versions, however, they all have a time limit of five minutes instead.

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