Supergame XXXVII - May 1-3 SniperzDen Warpaints Biggest Event Yet!
Posted 05 May 2009 - 03:09 PM
The long drive and the rainy weather (and whatever you call that crazy 10 minute storm on Saturday) couldn't even begin to lessen the amount of fun I had!
Running the Razorback thru her paces was fantastic! This was the most action she's seen in a LONG time! Of course, some of that action came after Saturdays play had ended compliments of the Irregulators...I now have to scrub her down, strip the contaminated digi wrap off of her, and give her a new paint job and a whole lot of TLC (and some therapy). Anyone that doesn't know what I'm talking about should consider themselves VERY lucky *shudder*
I thinks it's safe to say that I will be back as I was thoroughly impressed with every aspect of this game and the players that attended.
Thank you to Dan for all the hard work you put into this and most importantly...thanks to all the players that came out and made this such a great game!
Posted 05 May 2009 - 04:10 PM
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Posted 05 May 2009 - 05:53 PM
Posted 05 May 2009 - 06:15 PM
For the record...
I was somewhat spared as I only saw the pic and the video and was not subjected to the horror that others were forced to witness first hand.
Posted 05 May 2009 - 10:21 PM
It's not forum friendly, hell, it's not humanity friendly.
"Makes me want to snort gasoline, light a match, and swallow it." - Ethrealwolf
"I can see the second guy crashing...even the 4th..even maybe the 7th..but what the hell was the 59th guy thinking? "Hey that looks like a 58 car pile up..lemme get closer" CRASH" - Midnight Phenom
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Posted 06 May 2009 - 05:49 PM
The report from the night game from Team Walkons....there were some hard fought battles and foul weather. Which is what NW Scenario paintball is all about.
Saturday, The SuperGame. My hat is off to Murdoc of OKC, he did an outstanding job of organizing all of the strengths of Yellow Army. Even though Red Army obtained his battle Intel, he stuck by his guns and trusted his troops to handle their assigned tasks. The opening battle...Team Walkons was tasked with a blocking operation to allow the majority of Yellow Army to move easily and obtain their objectives. Once we formed a static line of defense, Murdoc ordered Team Walkons to run some suicide missions behind enemy lines by attacking Yeager Beach and the Swamp through the Red rear area. These battles were intense to say the least. Team Walkons was outmanned with no chance of respawn so we threw ourselves headlong into the enemy fire to keep the enemy from massing any organized attack on the Yellow Army front lines. The next assignment that Murdoc gave our team was to reinforce the DMZ and Darkwoods. Fiona and I were operating Black Sunshine and working with the Yelloow army infantry in those areas when Dan Bonebrake flew in a massive Helo drop through Darkwoods. The Yellow Army mobilized quickly, infantry nailed down their left and right flanks while Black Sunshine took out their area of retreat. Dan flew them right into the jaws of the beast and gave the orders 3...2...1...drop. That was the most intense 2-second firefight I have ever seen. Those Red troopers should be commended...that was the craziest suicide run ever. The monsoon that we experienced was over-the-top which matched this event. I hope the player who was hit by the tree branch is recovering well. And the Red player with the broken leg that Black Sunshine transported off the field...hope your recovery is fast.
Sunday....Spoils of War. Murdoc asked Team Walkons to help secure DMZ and Darkwoods. So our team dug in and prepared to dish out punishment to the Red onslaught we were about to face. Once Yellow army had secured the DMZ, Fiona and I took Black Sunshine and went on harrassing patrols in the Red rear area. Rocketeers from Team SmartCorp, Shattered Angles, ACI, Black Sheep, and some others that I didn't know made us earn our keep most of the day. We patrolled several times to Hideout and harrassed the enemy with our gunfire. One time I have to add, the Red army came up with an innovative idea to slow Black Sunshine down on the hill leading to Hideout. Using parts of a downed tree and large branches to create a roadbloc...so in true tanker style we crashed through the roadblock and proceeded to shoot up the infantry as best we could before being shot out by the Rocketeer.
My hat goes off to all the teams that showed up and weathered the storm. And I would like to thank all who voted for Team Walkons for Best Attacking Team. To be recognized by your piers is high praise and we are truely humbled by the honor. See all of you again at the next SuperGame.
Posted 07 May 2009 - 12:48 AM
Special thanks to Spec. Ops for allowing me to ride shotgun in the Razorback. I really enjoyed that, guys.