I agree with Stick, How do you know which ones are renters, first timers,or have their own tippman 98's and play all the time?
5/6 6 of those peopel have tippmann pro carbines with the SAME MASKS AND RED TANKS
IE Rentals, and he shot them all point blank on full auto
and after watching more i saw at least 12 rentals walk past the camera not on his team
Didn't shoot ANYONE point blank. Maybe watch the video again and get your facts straight. The field has a strict 15 foot surrender rule and no bunkering. All those players were either hit at from the appropriate distance or surrendered at close range.
What do I have to do, send a message from my youtube channel saying it's me?
Here's an original photo from way back in the day. I'm pretty sure no one else has this one of me but plenty of people can verify that it's definitely me. This is on the Woods field at high velocity next to the fire truck. The sticker on the top of my mask says "I am Ten Ninjas"
What's up ballers, Rambo in the house! Firstly, I'd like to thank everyone in this thread for their compliments, comments, criticisms, ect. Secondly I'd just like to clear up a few things. This video is old; taken over a year ago actually. I don't use this tactic anymore because as many of you have pointed out it rarely works against experienced players. I've tried it 3 times against really good players and the results were as follows: it worked once because it took them completely by surprise, and the other two times end with me getting shot either in the air as I jumped over or just as I landed. I also don't use this move anymore because it's one of the first things people find if they look up the field on youtube, ruining the element of surprise. That being said the video is indicative of my style of play; go big or go home.
I'm trying to bring the game to another level and am constantly finding new ways to do that. If I've ever been to your home field I probably did something that no one else thought to do before. That's not to say that I don't play more conservatively when I'm away from my home field but try to leave my mark everywhere I go.
I'd also like to address this oft repeated comment " You're the reason people don't come back to play". This couldn't be further from the truth. Yes, I dominate noobs... sometimes excessively. But it's always in a way that's entertaining and that most people can appreciate. I don't over shoot people, I don't start fights, I'm real easy going off the field and I call out cheaters be they on my team or not.
Case in point, just last month I played with one of the people who got out in that video on my first charge. He says he still talks about that day with his friends. People come up to me almost every week with some story about some stunt or other that I pulled off that they remembered. The owners of the fields let me play for free because they recognize the buzz I generate. Not trying to toot my own horn, just stating the facts.
Minor note: I actually fell off of that tanker a few weeks ago for the first time. I busted my ass big time but I still managed to win the game. I ended up with a sprained knee which I'm still recovering from. Unfortunately the camera wasn't rolling but I'm told it looked hilarious.