A big thanks to all the TECHPB players....and to Mike. This was our first kick at the cat and it was a huge success due to Mike (and TECHPB) and Wolf (and the WOLF'S DEN). For those who missed Canadian Carnage......don't worry, we are already working on Canadian Carnage II and we sure hope TECHPB continues to be a big part of it.
To all the TECHPB'ers.....thanks for helping bring amazing paintball to Canada!!!!!
Mike.....it was my pleasure to work with you and organize this game.......I sincerely hope you and your family had a great trip to Canada.
I hope to see all you you (and even more) next year
As the Horde XO, the rippers certainly caused us prooblems......BUT THAT WAS THERE JOB. Around 2. 1/2 hours into the game and after the first treaty with the Rippers didnt go as planned and many players seemed to have difficulty with the rippers (insertions anywhere, tagging the tapeline, ect) and many players being confused on what team they were aligned with Sniperwolf and I gave the order to shoot the rippers on sight. We let every player during every insertion that the rippers were the enemy and to shoot them. This would alleviate the stress of always wondering "ARE THEY ARE OUR TEAM?" and the Horde got down to business. The majority of players seem to accept this as a good plan of action, But Sniperwolf and I knew there would be repercussions. If we no longer wanted to work with the rippers....it meant the Empire could potentially use them more, and the simple fact that we declared war on the rippers. That meant all 700 players on the horde we not only hunting the Empire....but also the Rippers. The Horde was dealing with the rippers better as the day went on KNOWING THEY WERE THE ENEMY.. Not bargaining with them throughout the day made it seem like they did not side with us at all.....and really.....that is true. That was a decision made during the game
I had the rippers attack my base more then once........and as Weltman stated we held them back and they left......it was a glorious gunfight and all the player were super stoked when the rippers left. It was such a huge motivation and they were ready to take on more......IT WAS AWESOME. And yes........A lone wolf ripper did take out our base....all part of the game. For all the times (AND THERE WAS ALOT) I had to deal with the rippers I never found the rippers to be unsportsman like. DID THEY PISS ME OFF......YES but that was their job and even though I was frustrated with it we dealt with it.
For the Horde.....On saturday late in the game(5pm or so) we had rippers working for us.....they did a fantastic job......they helped keep us in the game on saturday., it was not one sided.......they did this knowing that there was no way I could take back the order of shoot on sight.
PS........We sent 250 players to the city where the rippers where and the order of taking them out was given if they got in our way......when we hit the city......well lets just say in the way or not they got it from the horde
I will not skip dinner and drink till 3am before playing I will drink much much more water I will carry more pods so I don't get reamed when I run out of paint during a rumble
-You should have ate with the Canadians....we brought a COOK -you shouldn't have partied with the Canadians so much -I didn't mean to yell at you when you ran out of pods.....but can I suggest the Valken 5+7 pod pack