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- 21 years old
- December 28, 1991
- Power, Destruction, and maybe a little bit of Paintball on the side...
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23 September 2007 - 06:49 PMHey, I have some Empire E-Vent goggles. They're Thermal lenses.
Are there any lenses for the E-vent with a tint or color that doesn't scratch off? I find it extremely irritating that a speck of dirt on the softest cloth is enough to smear and scratch the tint off of the inner layer.
13 September 2007 - 11:42 PMI, for the most part, am a walk-on player. I play with a few minions of mine, yet I do not have the budget or the time to pull an evil league (team) together. I love Paintball, however, and I play often.
I am currently trying to string together a strategy for Urban Combat. Although many of you may specialize in Woodsball play, I'm sure you've all had your experiences in an Urban environment.
I need strategies for clearing rooms without the use of Grenades, and with a team of perhaps four players.
I often watch military drills in close combat environments. So far, my tactic is simple.
Team Members: Wait to enter through main door, out of sight.
Teammate #1: Enters first, and aims forward. Once he enters the room, he immediately checks the left flank for any enemies.
Teammate #2: Enters closely behind Teammate #1, and checks the right flank immediately. If there is no right flank, #2 aims at any other entry point into the room.
Teammate #3: Enters Last, if Teammates #1 and #2 are eliminated, #3 continues with the assault and fires at the enemy from behind cover.
Teammate #4: (Optional) Watches the back of the team as they assault the door, watching the flanks and the rear. Once room is clear of the enemy, proceed inside and await further instruction.
The problem with this strategy, however, is the lack of concentration, determination, and coordination. Other walk on players often refuse to collaborate to my orders.
Their incompetence mostly stems from arrogance, fear, or lack of experience.
I need some EASY to pull off strategies, that my minions can comprehend and execute.
It's times at these I wish I had an army of Henchmen to do my bidding...
12 September 2007 - 03:28 PMLadies and Gents, meet my rifle... Mr. Blasty, my trusty M82A1 Barrett Rifle.
Mr. Blasty, Assualt Variant
(Shorter Barrel, 14 inches, and it's silent.)
Mr. Blasty, Sniper Variant
(Long Barrel, M82A1 Muzzle Break, VERY loud, intimidating for new players...)
Specs: Tippmann 98 Custom, M82A1 Barrett conversion Kit, Collapsible Stock, Ghost-Ring Holographic Sight, 18 inch Barrel, 14 Inch Barrel, Cyclone Feed, TAC-A5 Cap.
Mr. Blasty is a very accurate rifle, and he's very versatile. I can swap between several barrels, and sometimes I even use the stock barrel, which lies hidden under the shroud. I play Broadsword Position, but I like my equipment to be versatile, intimidating, and tough.
It even has a button that can fire lasers!
Don't make me fire the laser...
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