Cousins Big Game 2012: The Story
Posted 07 June 2012 - 11:42 PM
DAY 2. i arrived early in the morning and simply couldint wait to get back into the field, By now the teams had been evened out and it was a bit more "Fair"
as we were waiting to go in for the opening charge i met some pretty chill techpb guys and then the moar hauling of ass began and we had blue team trapped in the tree line and for all of that first round we had blue trapped in the woods and they might have moved about 50 yards into the concrete barriers and we caught up point wise to within 100 points (That's what i heard from a ref) and we had the lunch break and we went back in once more but it was a repeat of the first day, we were trapped in the treeline once again and moved up quite considerably at one point i was down to my last bag of paint and i used most of it, i had about half a pod left when i got out around 3:30 and i was walking back and i gave my paint out to a kid with a rental with no more paint and he gladly went back into the battle and i also got checked for non-field paint by a ref! and that apparently became a major problem when i found piles upon piles of wal-mart paint and old cousins paint on the trail back to the tables and that was it for me. My first big game was awesome. it was definitely worth the over 400$ i dumped for this event even know red team lost (like that never happens), and i will be back for more next year. and i hope i see you out there soon also!
Posted 11 June 2012 - 02:45 PM
I see lots of potential for the new Calverton location but in regards to how the game was run, I was disappointed and I understand they had very little time to get things together after the eviction notice from Coram. Yep, there were a lot of cease fires but that was so that they could pull the Blue team back and allow the Red team to advance. There was one air-strike that was called on the Blue team to also try and even things out. I felt there wasn't much variety to how the game was run but two big teams thrown onto one big square like field with bunkers, concrete obstacles, shrubs, small trees, tires and broken down school bus/truck just to duke it out. As for the tank, lots of props to that rear gunner as he took a beating.
So to be fair, I never took the fight to the front because upon observing the battle...nothing was really going on. No one wanted to move up and if you did, nobody supported or ran with you. Everybody seemed happy to stay at their lines and long ball it. Not one of the best big games I've every been to and left feeling empty. Oh yeah, did not like the paint...what was up with that fill? It was thick as heck and was a pain to clean off when I was back in the parking lot.
Posted 15 July 2012 - 08:57 AM
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