SEAL wrote:I think a lot of the membership has been "nerfed" if you know what I mean. Ain't too many purists left.
SSCBen wrote:Downgrade me to a maybe at this point. A foot injury has made even walking difficult over the past few days. Thought it might go away on its own, but so far it hasn't. I'll keep you all informed.
marauder wrote:You have to explain things in terms that kids will understand, like videogames^ That's how I got Sam to stop using piston pumpers
Chief wrote: I'm pretty much game for whatever, but my preference lately as been objective type rounds, with an unknown location or some sort of unknown factor. As realistic as possible.
scottthewaterwarrior wrote:I attended the new years war with a cold, my head was spinning like the whole time and I could barely run. In some ways my illness limited the amount of fighting we could do, so use your best judgment. You're in Maryland right? I might be able to pick you up as well.
SSCBen wrote:scottthewaterwarrior wrote:I attended the new years war with a cold, my head was spinning like the whole time and I could barely run. In some ways my illness limited the amount of fighting we could do, so use your best judgment. You're in Maryland right? I might be able to pick you up as well.
I definitely do not want to be a burden to others at the war. I've decided to not attend. My foot should get back to normal in a few weeks with some stretches, but for the next week or so I'm going to limit my physical activity to cycling as that doesn't hurt my foot.
DX, hope your recovery is fast. Sounds like you've had a rough time.
For future reference, I have two ContourROAM cameras that I use for bike rides. They're both waterproof to 3 feet and can take several hours of HD video without needed to be recharged or have a memory card swapped. In a future war I'd be happy to lend one out and use the other myself.
marauder wrote:Our scenario revolves around a team of prisoners of war who make a jail break deep within enemy territory. They must avoid being hunted down, arm themselves, and find each other before taking down high value enemy targets in an effort to win the war from behind enemy lines. As you can guess, some will be hunters and some will be the hunted. If you're on the POW team... the unforgiving terrain and lack of initial supplies might break you down long before the enemy blasters do. The pace will be grueling, so teamwork will be essential if you have any hopes of surviving...
marauder wrote:We will now be fighting an objective based war
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