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I am Become Death, Squeegier of Worlds.
27 years old
May 1, 1987
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J-Bad, Afghanistan (for now)

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  1. RIP SO Paintball?

    06 August 2011 - 08:34 AM

    It seems like a stupid question, but I see this posted in several people's signatures "RIP SO Paintball." Is the company officially dead/dying or what?
  2. WTB Spec-Ops A5-A2

    12 June 2011 - 08:55 AM

    I'm looking for a Spec-Ops A5-A2 marker. Original A5-A2 in the Spec-Ops digi is preferred, but i will accept kitted out versions as well. Trying to avoid EZ-thru kits, prefer the original mill-out kits or the upgraded tombstone models (don't like the extra hose going into the handgrip on the EZ models). End result, if you have an a5-a2 i'll take a look at it, but Original A5-A2 in the spec-ops digi is king (with or without the thunder pig barrel). Any stock (commando, SAW, Dogleg) is fine.

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  3. AG and vest?

    30 September 2008 - 12:25 PM

    i'm looking into buying AG, but i'm wondering how to wear a vest with it. i understand how the AG is zip-tied on, so i wonder should i just throw a vest on top of my completed AG suit, should i buy a density kit and zip tie my vest as well, or should i not zip tie AG to the chest and back of the jersey and just ghillie up the vest that i'd wear with my ghillie? How are your set-ups? i intend to carry my paint and air off-gun, so i need a vest or other option. anyone with pics, please post them so i can get an idea visually.
  4. a flair for the dramatic

    30 September 2008 - 11:51 AM

    as a commander, your job is to lead the men in your command towards eventual victory. But sometimes your men are unwilling or reluctant to follow your lead (afraid of getting shot or something along those lines), and this is where i like to add a little dramatic flair to accent my command. How many of you have had players that hunker down in the first piece of cover they can find, with the intent of waiting for the Opfor to arrive? i know i have, and most times the opfor is far off enough that their paint can't even reach you. This is the time that i like to leave cover and start pacing up and down my line, urging my men to move up. They all look at me like i'm crazy, just begging to get hit. but after a couple seconds they realize that the enemy can't hit me (yet....) and inspired by insanity, they move forward. I've pulled this move with noob walk-ons and have experience stellar results. I've used this move at D-Day once or twice, and pushed back the German lines several times. Granted, at D-day they see me with my large A-T tube screaming obscenities at the Germans (no offense Germans, it's strictly business :P ) and they really get into it.

    Has anyone else experienced or tried using dramatic flair?



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    26 Aug 2011 - 19:54
    Ka1iBuR will be running for forum president this up coming election. So please get out and vote for your fellow members :)
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    02 May 2011 - 22:30
    have no idea how to post pics here, haha, would it be alright if i emailed you the pics?
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