location:pasig city gamesite: last castle team: SS- TSG (tactical support group)
scenario is to defend the bunker... the place was an old provincial jail and theres an armoury at the back area the place has ruins and trees. our group ss-tsg with my brother waffen was assigned to defend the bunker to the last man. plans are well. strong line of defence.. eventually was broken untill we became the frontline to defend the bunker.. i tell you its a nerve racking experience when you have to watch your kamerad calls hit one by one..the usuall things on the gamesite theres alot of zombies but we got alot of enemy down. it cost them alot but just fought and defended by a group of 6... ;D
My most memorable game took place more than 10 years ago. It was in dasmarinas or forbes in makati in a sprawling abandoned mansion and it's surrounding estate. It used to be an embassy, i think. My brother, sister and i were prone atop a small hill and were pouring down support fire at lots of charging guys. I was using the old maruzen ingram back then. But it was memorable because of the different players that were there. There was in 'Nam gear with an old tapedeck strapped to his back and whenever a game would start, he would play the Stones' "Fade to black" (these of the 90s Nam show tour of duty). Hahaha! Richard Gomez was there weirdly double wielding AUG Steyrs in both hands, then when he ran out of bbs, he could't change mags and was shot down.
Ofcourse, the very first (and so far only) all WW2 game at maxsports was also one of my favorites. Especially the showdown i had with Mcshine.
I haven't had too many games. I'm actually an airsoft cherry, and those of you who have seen me play know i'm halfway between gung ho and nervous wreck, therefore i usually die in the first few minutes. I did however enjoy our first game in alpadi as German WW2 guys as i was able to get a good spot to cover the bridge. Unfortunately, my spot also prevented any future movement. My baest game was at Army adventure...my first time when i felt "in the zone" I was in a protracted exchange of fire with the opposing force hiding behind one of the derelict buses. My oponent lost his cool and decided to run to another spot. I unloaded a beautiful ark of BB's from my AKS that met him halfway through his sprint. It was beautiful...sublime. I want to havea moment like that again.
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// I did however enjoy our first game in alpadi as German WW2 guys as i was able to get a good spot to cover the bridge. Unfortunately, my spot also prevented any future movement. //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
herr albert...saw this action...the enemy got you in the leg.but they had the hard time to figure it out how to get you out of the game. ;D ;D ;D
i was waiting for any rambo scene to outflanked the enemy but with no luck i believe its waffen got hit before he did that..hehehe ;D ;D ;D
I've been to so many gamesites including even in the provinces that I forgot which was the best. But everytime I swung around with my BAR, I feel invincible ;D ;D When do we get to have the M1919 MG? Patak patak tayo ;D ;D
Worth mentioning is one game in Sorsogon, an NPA country. We were along the highway that all the overland buses and trucks would stop thinking it was a checkpoint. The game was so intense that in a river crossing I got so excited on my first kill, I failed to distinguished between friend and foe. It happens everytime ;D ;D. I paid for it with a bottle of wine. A costly kill ;D
My most memorable was a "Brown vs. Green" game more than a year ago. We were the front line of the "Brown" team and we numbered around 40, but we were fighting more than a hundred of the "Greens". The "Greens" attacked several times but would end up retreating until they finally attacked en masse, so we finally retreated. I can never forget this game... The volume of fire laid down was so thick, and went on for so long that if a bird tried to fly in between the two opposing teams it would have been killed for sure. The amount of bb's exchanged was incredible, out of this world.
I play quite a lot, and my team joins several big games (Team CATS/ Laguna Alliance) but I have never seen fire like that since.
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