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14 July 2009 - 06:29 PMA week before a scenario I stop drinking sodas and start drinking water. A couple of days before I go through my checklist and start getting all my gear ready: cleaning gun, mask, barrels, vest, etc. The day before I have checked the list again to make sure nothing is missing. I'll usually pick up a breakfast hot dog and chocolate milk from a gasoline station on the way.
If for some reason I find my myself not being very excited about getting up early the next morning, I'll just watch Black Hawk Down.
05 August 2008 - 05:28 PMdoes the $50 event charge cover my plane ticket from Texas? Please..? I kid. would be nice to go though
18 July 2008 - 06:33 PMany updates on this? C9H13NO3 said that he was going to work on it on his free time.
I think C9H13NO3's idea is prob the best so far.
On the left you have a menu (a la Outlook style, where the categories slide up/down). On the right side you have your map editor. Within the categories on the left you can find the object you want and drag it over the editor. Once there you can manipulate that object. Then you would have the option to print and/or save.
Some of the comments involved having AI, practice skirmishes and other stuff. I think those things will just make this idea a lot harder to accomplish. Best thing is to start of simple and then add to it.
As for the program to create it with, it would need something dynamic that might have to include Ajax. Don't know if Coldfusion can do it.
It would be a very interesting project.
15 July 2008 - 06:50 PM
14 July 2008 - 10:00 PMI went to this game, if any of you have ever been to Waco's Cameron Park, it is identical. So that fullfills one of my dreams. I've always wanted to play at Cameron park but was afraid of the law showing up and all the people hiking/riding bicycles. I had a lot of fun but I think the heat was in triple digits. I hydrated a lot up to that game so it wasn't too much of an issue but I haven't sweated like that in a long time. As for the game, I did not see any scenario aspects. It was mainly capture the flag. 2 flash for each time, 2 on the tape lines and 1 in the center. There were about 25 players out there and 6 refs. The day was broken into 3 parts, first two was in the woods CTF, the last major battle was a 15 minute all-hells-breaking-loose game where at the end of the time, the team that had a live player in a 8x8 foot square in the center of the field was the winner.
Overall, it was an excellent day and worth the money. I would go again. Only con that I saw was no porta-potties. I would recommend the field owner/organizers look into that for the next game.