You had "paper windows" ?
If so, too bad we did not realize you had such "breakable" windows
so we would know to shoot at them.
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I dont know what the windshield has to do with that part of the video. But the thing I called "blindfire" is the fact you put your weapon out of the roof hatch and fire, without revealing yourself. Same if you put a gun over a corner and spray. I dont think it was in the berget rules, but its kind o...
Tents: Our team brought our own tents, and they were fine with a heater in them. :) I heard so bad about the Berget tents so we brought our own this year just like we did last year also. Water: Closest water point was in the NAF base, not too far way, no problems with it, endless supply, no much wai...
Day 2 (Thursday) I had several good moments. Few of them being near the Eastern Roadblock our ZBO (disguised as regular NAF) in OD uniforms were ambushing the road for Poldavian troops on the hillside. Me and my mate were tasked to go 100m further from the rest to be forward obserwators and notify t...
- 05 Jul 2011, 20:43
- Forum: Berget 9
- Topic: When you understood that Firm and Zansians were same group?
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Any NAF players here who remember taking 11 "civilian miners" as prisoners behind the NAF base at wednesday night? Our orders were to take away all battle gear and guns and dress up as civilians, come up with a cover story (= Miners) and act like ones. Then find NAF base and gather intel about it. A...
- 05 Jul 2011, 03:03
- Forum: Berget 9
- Topic: What really happen whit civilians at the end
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It was actually 450 NAF apprximately, from what I counted from the player list. To that, you add up the 170 finnish Zansian Black Ops that balanced the game for NAF and were technicly your friends/allies. We spent the whole Thursday kicking Poldavian ass by being sent to a 14 hour mission to capture...