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01 August 2008 - 03:58 PMI wish that I could go to this event. Sorry, but I would like to say to those of you that can, the field at Nitehawk is great with open fields with trenches, wooded areas and forts. The best part of this field are the refs. The refs at Nitehawk are the best I have ever played with. They keep everything moving and very fair for everyone. '
If they have a night game, then you are in for a blast. The terrain makes for some real sneaky stuff.
Good luck everyone.
01 August 2008 - 03:49 PMOne week to go and the intensity is building.
A little drama just adds to the battleplan.
We are going to have a phenominal turnout with some of the best players in the U.S.
For those of you who cannot be there, I wish you luck on getting there next year. For those who will be there, good luck and happy paint dodging, or not. I just hope that I can send a few back with enough bruises to remember this years Honorbound with a little agony and a lot of glory.
24 July 2008 - 08:23 PMI know that he has had several new pre-registrations in the last couple of days. He is a lot more secure now in a good turn out. We still need to have more people pre-register to have a great turnout. No matter what. This years Honorbound is going to be great.
Mortar out. SFF forever
19 July 2008 - 10:20 AMIf the conditions are right, will fuse lit smoke be allowed?
If there was an exception to the phrase "There aren't any stupid questions" I think this would be it. With as dry as it is in Oregon...especially in the area where this game is being held why in god's name would you want to have something that spews flames and smoke on the field?? Go get some pull pin smoke like the rest of us, especially when you are close to Shrek.
Also the field and producer would be a few bricks shy of a full load if they allowed anything more than "Cold" smoke for this game, we want the game to be known for good, tactical play. Not for setting a portion of the county on fire.
Amen to that!
17 July 2008 - 08:05 AMNo. Pacman might have a different answer, but I doubt it. Even the flameless ones are dangerous now. This past weekend at Counter Strike our team threw one out and we had a nice fire going. We had to stop all play until it was out..... Sorry
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