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RyanD

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In Topic: Living Legends 6 Final Battle Barrel Cam Video

26 May 2013 - 11:04 PM

Watch 12:05 on a lesson how to be a decent human being/paintballer.


Watch at 11:01 how you use (yellow) non-field paint....I dont really see the decency in that.

In Topic: Living Legends 7

22 May 2013 - 07:59 PM




What was his battle cry?


Be a hero! didn't seem to catch on to well Posted Image Wolf on the other hand got the crowd going!


I'm sure you're just having some fun but think about this being a precursor to the battle specifically in regards to leadership. Wolf is taking charge, firing up his team and being a leader. Horde side was silent.... Out of the General, the X.O. and 5 commanders, one person eventually had enough, walked up on stage, with no script, nothing planned and took control. He wasn't even supposed to be up there, you got to give him some credit.


Two people actually.... After wolf pumped the crowd up, I realized that the Horde was going to need a little something more. I literally sprinted over to our staging area and grabbed Orange, and we headed up on stage to do the best we could to rally the horde. Personally, I loved Josh's rally cry "Be a Hero", but I noticed the crowd didn't catch on to it. So I took the mic, and went to the good old stand-by: "Horde! Horde! Horde! Horde! Horde! Horde! Horde! Horde! Horde! Horde! Horde! Horde!"

Photos credit to In A Snap Photography. Cheryl's Pixs, https://www.facebook...aphyCherylsPixs


...and thanks to you too for jumping up and getting in there!

In Topic: Living Legends 7

21 May 2013 - 01:18 PM


What was his battle cry?


Be a hero! didn't seem to catch on to well Posted Image Wolf on the other hand got the crowd going!


I'm sure you're just having some fun but think about this being a precursor to the battle specifically in regards to leadership. Wolf is taking charge, firing up his team and being a leader. Horde side was silent.... Out of the General, the X.O. and 5 commanders, one person eventually had enough, walked up on stage, with no script, nothing planned and took control. He wasn't even supposed to be up there, you got to give him some credit.

In Topic: LL6 - War Stories, Thanks, and BORK

20 May 2013 - 02:04 PM

That wasn't final battle though. That was the actual scenario game.

What did confuse the hell out of me is why those Infamous guys were given that bunker at the top of the hill on final battle during the cease-fire when they clearly were not there before. Oh well, guess this is what you get then
Posted Image


You're right, my bad... and this is my new favorite .gif

I cant help but laugh at the last guy in the wife beater... arms up, back arched, and dancing like woman showing off her new bewbs.

In Topic: LL6 - War Stories, Thanks, and BORK

20 May 2013 - 01:24 PM


From a playing standpoint the Empire teams just wanted it more. Yeah the teams were a little off on numbers (from what I heard) but when we were on empire, people were pushing so hard. On Horde, there were a few teams making good moves and they were pretty much carrying the whole side. There were so many players just doing nothing that it was unbelievable. I would walk past probably 300 people just standing around on my way to the front, and then the front was mostly so far back that they were ineffective. There were so many times myself, brycelarsen, and cockerpunk would just walk bast where our front lines were and still got bounces because we were so far out of range. That also caused anyone doing pushes to get shot by the back players because they would just shoot anyone who moved. Final and dinner battles were typical, 10% of players were on the hill doing work and 90% were in the back of the city shooting their own team (I only played the bedlam side since we switched teams).


Everything right here. The amount of people doing nothing pissed me off


Well no reason to get pissed about it, simple fact is 1600 people wont fit on that hill and if some choose to be ineffective, thats on them. They paid just as much as the rest of us and they have that right. I was on the hill and doing everything I could to help my team, except hit slap sticks. Call me a sissy, but Im too <insert expletive here> old to get lit up and risk injury. Say what you will but those final battles are dangerous and if it wasnt for the 90% of the people in the back the injuries would be much more frequent. ...then again, thats just my amateur opinion.

Another option would be to change it into "final battles". 3 or 4 30 minute battles, even number of people and each person can only participate in one battle.