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elitism
10-31-2006, 02:11 PM
Besides the scenario games listed on otter's site. What are some other games that you all play?

Hossy
10-31-2006, 02:14 PM
I play a game thats basically theres a castle, and people attack it, its my favorite.

i think theres a thread like this somewhere, and also i got a kick out of your thing under your name

Cover me, I'm switching to auto

Jimmyd24
10-31-2006, 02:31 PM
i dont play this one often but its different, its called virus, its where everyone stats off by themselves, as soon as you shoot someone that person goes onto your team, and if someone shoots him they go to his team, etc. It ends when there is only one team left

bracer028
10-31-2006, 02:36 PM
there was a funny ass one i heard from my brother

one team gets the top of the hill, the other team gets the foot of the hill. The majority of the bunkers are on top of the hill

elitism
11-02-2006, 03:14 PM
Anybody else got any games? I'm playing tomorrow and I want to try something different. I like the first 2 games posted but I'm looking for more...TIA

Ace24
11-02-2006, 06:34 PM
Well, this is similar to the whole castle thing.

I've played alot of games involving a huge two story fort. We had an objective, and that was to capture the briefcase that was in the crows nest in the middle tower in the fort. You would have to run up the stairs, and grab the case and slide down the slide and run out then back to your base without getting hit. It takes alot of teamwork and alot of sneaking, but my team did it. I covered my friends while they ran in.

I've also played games such as hostages. There are 3 hostages (usually players that agree to be hostages) that stand in the middle of the fort, or complex. One team are the terrorists, the other are the "NAVY Seals" or "Rescuers" wich ever you prefer. The objective is to get in, get the hostages, and get them to the "extraction point." The only setback is that if they get hit (the terrorists arnt suppose to shoot them, neither are the seals) then whomever shot them loses the point. If two of the hostages are "killed" then the team that "killed" them loses. It tends to get complicated. But its really fun when everyone agrees and follows the rules. (Also the only time Hostages die is when they are hit 3 times in a limb, or 2 times in the torso, or once in the head. So its not like they get shot one and "die")

Those are two of my favorite semi scenario games. We usually play with 50+people on a team.

Sandman_Bravo
11-03-2006, 01:43 AM
I have a group of friend's that play at the one guy's fathers house. (ex-Nam marine-he still plays with us) He has built an awesome field. Anyway, one team goes out and sets up, 3 minutes later the other team attacks. To be killed you must have a torso or head shot; limbs don't count.

druid
11-03-2006, 10:23 AM
We (several Officers in the Dept of Corrections) play against the Twp PD and we usually pick scenarios that apply to them (street assaults, riots, bank robberies, shoot-outs, car-jackings, etc) or us (riots, hostages, escapes/manhunts and confined but mass disturbances). We use our LE Tactics and training as if it were an actual scenario and the situations include less-lethal force in our Force Continuum. We have fake knives and smoke grenades to simulate true weapons and explosives. We also do the MilSim thing and recreate battles in history. That requires some research though and a larger amount of people.

OOB
11-03-2006, 11:18 AM
well, i dont know enough paintballers to do anything on my own nor are there that many scenario type games that go on around here but...

We do have one interesting weekend that a local field puts on. It is there "big" game. Now 20-30 or event 50 people pre team is fun. Ever try 300? ;)

As far as bake yard games there is down pilot. One guy is the pilot. One team has to resuce him, the other team tries to stop them

Or you can play revolutionary war style. :) you have 2 lines of players about 100ft part. everyone shoots one, then you take a step forward. repeat until only one side has people left.

SpudmanWP
11-03-2006, 12:06 PM
Or you can play revolutionary war style.

Half of one side would get to use commo, hide, and use cover while the other side would have to wear bright red and stand in the open ;)

splater18
11-03-2006, 02:35 PM
have two lines of people backs to each other give everyone 1 paintball ad on the count of 1-2-3 everyones spins to one knee and shoots if your hit your out do it over and over till on person is leaft

ps i call it civil war

druid
11-04-2006, 02:34 AM
We do have one interesting weekend that a local field puts on. It is there "big" game. Now 20-30 or event 50 people pre team is fun. Ever try 300? ;)


click this link, then hit enter. Go to the bottom and click Scenarios and events and look up Invasion On Normandy (ION)...

www.skirmish.com (http://www.skirmish.com)

yeah...that's right...4008 players on field at any given time. It's heralded as the "largest paintball game ever played on any field...EVER."

for us...300 peeps is a "walk-on" day.....lol. It's too bad you don't have anything like that around you (or maybe you do and just haven't found it yet?) but it's just frikkin' awesome

Eaglelox
11-04-2006, 05:00 AM
i have played escort the president. you have to get the armed or un armed pres to a designated place, set up ambushes and boundaries.

envelope game. red and blue ribbons. place one in each envelope. hand out the envelopes. everyone hides by themselves, then open the envelope and tie the ribbon on your arm. now the fun starts.