Hmm, a lot of it looks like open fields, but I am liking the looks of "Dogwood Park" to the east of that big circle. It looks great in the summer (when the street view was taken), but I don't know about early spring. I like how it's long and narrow; teams can start far apart but don't have to worry about losing each other. Perhaps some other interesting games could be set up in the area around the pond, but in general open-field fighting is boring and tiresome. At least it looks like there is a great staging area, which should theoretically ensure plenty of fighting time, which I'm going to have to insist on having; after all I would be driving hundreds of miles to get there (though I'm definitely going to try combining the trip with something else). I want to do night rounds as well; is the park open 24 hours? I know oncoming storm's never hosted a community war before, but I will be genuinely upset if we waste a ton of time getting ready in the morning and/or driving around to locations. We always say that we're going to avoid such troubles, but we never do and I am so sick of it. This should be like a Nerf war (but more hardcore); fight, fight, fight! If you need any advice on hosting, feel free to ask me.
My thoughts on the games:
Rivalry OHS battle (3 hours): Of course I like this idea, but be aware that we'll probably need at least like 8 people for it to work well. People need to be serious about it too.
Infection (till everyone is dead): As per community war tradition, this should be done at night.
Magic Hammer (1/2 hour): Saywhat? Never heard of Magic Hammer before.
3 team round of Control Points (golf holes are CP's 1.5 hours): I'm worried that this might be a little too open, and with three teams you can get two of them ganging up on the other (even if they don't necessarily mean to). I think it'll definitely result in a LOT of running around, but likely not a whole lot of action in terms of hits made.
Hunger Games FFA, (any players still "alive" at 1 hour must go to the soccer fields for a showdown): I was going to do something like this for Downpour, but it got canceled thanks to The Great Attendance Drop. Might be fun, but I don't like the idea of having a "showdown" in open fields. Maybe a different place would work better?
1 on 1 duels first to 3 hits wins (used to determine vets): Duels tend to result in pretty boring standoffs unless there is a lot of cover, at least in my experience. I'd rather not do them unless there is a really great place or something, but I still vastly prefer team warfare.
Veterans vs Noobs OHS (30: I assume you'd be giving the "noobs" weaker guns. However unless people bring a bunch of guests, I feel like most of the players will be veterans. Going by your duel method to select "veterans" also leaves a lot to chance. It likely wouldn't truly be "veterans vs. noobs".
One thing I would like to play is some kind of night objective game. Could be CTF with 1 flag or 2, could be HTL, even outpost; doesn't matter. I just like playing objective games at night; heck, I like playing almost any kind of game at night. Aside from that, I really don't care. I'm more of the type who'd suggest changes to already thought-up games as opposed to coming up with games from scratch.
Obviously, I'll also need to know more details about the event itself, like where I'm staying, when it is, etc. I need to know everything before the first week of March so I have time to plan out the trip. We should also invite some of the midwest members like Nemesis who normally can't attend the east coast wars.