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Member Title:
awesome
Age:
22 years old
Birthday:
September 19, 1991
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Location:
Richland, Washington
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Paintball, computers, swimming (state swimmer!), Mountain Biking, Church... yup

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  1. In Topic: Player Index

    18 March 2009 - 04:14 PM

    Washington - Richland

    and our only field just closed. it was a dark day
  2. In Topic: Walkie talkie?

    08 July 2008 - 12:40 PM

    View PostKnightwolf16, on Jun 18 2008, 01:16 PM, said:

    View PostThe Spartan, on Jun 18 2008, 04:14 PM, said:

    My team and I are beginning to use radios in our games and I think it will help a lot once we all get on the same page. The next thing to get is throat mics with ptt.

    Throat mics are nice but really not necessary. If you do get a throat mic, stay away from Fire Fox. They are junk. I basically scrapped mine and kept the PTT which I am now using with a boom mic.


    So, I've heard. My friend has found some good ones that have had tremendous reviews and are only about 30$ a set. And you are right about the not needing PTT. It just makes it a bit easier when int he middle of the action and communication is necessary.
  3. In Topic: Village Ball

    08 July 2008 - 12:30 PM

    View PostKnightwolf16, on Jul 7 2008, 03:15 AM, said:

    View PostThe Spartan, on Jun 25 2008, 03:24 PM, said:

    View PostDaggerofBWUK, on Jun 22 2008, 08:20 AM, said:

    How do you strong side with 4 guys?

    The one guy would get nailed....


    Don't have 'that one guy.' Just take all four of the players with. That would still be a "strond side" would it not?
    Have all four attack one base and then move on the the second. Maybe even use the stolen base as a stronghold and an easy place to lay down some paint on the other base.

    But depending on the size of the field, it would be a bad idea. The other team could send out a single flanker on the weak side of the field, weak meaning no opposition, and the player could get behind the other team and wreak havoc. I've seen it happen. We were playing a village and 3 of us had elminated most of the OPFOR on our side of the field, one palyer came up, we provided covering fire for him and he rush down the tape to reach their back field. He then proceeded to eliminate their remaining forces, over 12 players. So 1 guy elminated 12 palyers because he flanked them and hit them from the rear.


    Oh, okay, that makes sense. But the way my field plays it is that the defenders of the village cannot stray far from their forts, or else they are told to go back/ are out. Kind of lame, I know. But if that is not the rules, there is a whole new game.
  4. In Topic: Village Ball

    25 June 2008 - 12:24 PM

    View PostDaggerofBWUK, on Jun 22 2008, 08:20 AM, said:

    How do you strong side with 4 guys?

    The one guy would get nailed....


    Don't have 'that one guy.' Just take all four of the players with. That would still be a "strond side" would it not?
    Have all four attack one base and then move on the the second. Maybe even use the stolen base as a stronghold and an easy place to lay down some paint on the other base.
  5. In Topic: Music

    25 June 2008 - 12:18 PM

    It seems that everything has been said already. But what I would do is listen to music before-hand and not during the game. With radios, I have that in one ear, and if I had the music in the other ear, I would not be able to hear the surroundings. I would find it difficult to communicate with my team because the music would be in my other ear and I would get confused betweent he music and the radio. And that is a distraction that won't help me win.

    And the type of music that I listen to before-hand is actually usually from the Halo soundtracks. Nerdy, I know, but it helps because if that's what Master Chief listens to, that's good enough for me!

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