The greatest enemy!

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The greatest enemy!

Post by Berget-events » 18 Jun 2010, 10:58

Have you met a good sniper, or any other skilled oponent that took your life during the game? Tell your story here.
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Post by RAG recon » 19 Jun 2010, 17:17

as a,forced,home-stayer my greatest enemy was the lack of information from the front...
so how did things turn out this time(especialy how did the rangers do?)?
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Post by Smacker » 19 Jun 2010, 17:44

they where wiped out the second day.
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Post by RAG recon » 19 Jun 2010, 18:02

:oops:
wiped out...like in wiped out?
i told them to look out for lonely pollies who left their group to take a piss,those are the real recons. :D

anyhow thanks for the info!
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Post by Svansst?mper » 19 Jun 2010, 19:18

The rain and the lousy place our tent was in O_o
Wo woke up at 7 friday morning with all our things in deep water, especially the sleeping bags, and several of us got all of our spare clothes soaked.

So we had to go home early :(
Really dissapoiting. Next time we'll take our own tent, NOT place it in hard, muddy low ground, and I'll prepare myself better for bd weathet. One learns something new every day...
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Re: The greatest enemy!

Post by Bilich » 20 Jun 2010, 04:26

Berget-events wrote:Have you met a good sniper, or any other skilled oponent that took your life during the game? Tell your story here.
Those guys from France with their poker cards :twisted:

And civilians who are always unarmed but always ready to shoot you :twisted:

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Post by JKangas » 20 Jun 2010, 13:49

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Pol 1st/1st Coy camp. There was a stream of water flowing across our tent and pooling into the middle. Side flaps of tents protected the gear stashed near the edges..but people were waking up with their feet in the pool and their sleeping bags soaking up the water streaming across the tent floor.

The proper way to do camping would have been to dig ditches around the tent beforehand and also collect branches to spread around the tent floor. A tarp to cover the whole tent floor would also have been excellent in keeping the mud from spreading. So cannot really blame anyone other than ourselves :)

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Post by Klab » 20 Jun 2010, 20:26

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Post by Baron » 20 Jun 2010, 20:27

above image says it all

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Post by SixCell » 20 Jun 2010, 21:28

Hawkeye wrote:I like to thank all players for a Great time.
I played for NAF 5th and like to give a Big Thanks to Erik and Henrik our commanders and Supreme commander Ober-Lix.

We fought well and give Poldavian forces hell all the time on patrols, ambushes etc in the End.

We lost our camp a few hours before game stop.

The Poldavian forces should have greeds for fighting hard as well to and stand as the winner in the end.

But from my point of view all sides did their best in their own ways.

[cough]Forgetting your brilliant "hairy" Norwegian Platoon Commander???[/cough] hahahaha

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Post by Blackwolf » 20 Jun 2010, 23:52

Hello

Great Photo

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Post by Ouveni » 21 Jun 2010, 01:04

My biggest enemy was my own platoon leader (great guy btw).

Was going to get his backpack he left on the other side of the stream, and got ambushed twice. First time wasn't hit, second time wounded and no medic came after me even tho there were two nearby without anything to do. Was sooo pissed off.

And once after that, on an attack to green zone, he for some strange reason wounded me when I was in our front line in front of him.

Would you trust a platoon leader like that? ;)

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Post by Herakles » 21 Jun 2010, 12:54

The danish poldavians. You owned us twice god damn it!

First time during a nigh raid on "dog point". We were returning to our vehichle. Next thing we knew the vegitation around the car came alive. We were taken out in no time.

We were really impressed by you.

Next time we´ll get you Danskjävlar... next time... :D
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Post by magnet » 21 Jun 2010, 16:13

Herakles wrote:The danish poldavians. You owned us twice god damn it!
First time during a nigh raid on "dog point". We were returning to our vehichle. Next thing we knew the vegitation around the car came alive. We were taken out in no time.

We were really impressed by you.

Next time we´ll get you Danskjävlar... next time... :D
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Post by Tiger_1 » 21 Jun 2010, 18:51

The civilian guy from Slovenia that took me out in the last 15 min of the game. He seemed very pleased when I made him aware of who he had killed ;)

In my capasity I did not have a lot of face to face contact, but overall, I think most of our enemy played fair, and a good time was had by all.
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