So did you find any of the SPs and TPs? Did you fire upon the NAF forces you saw?Pavel_Moscow wrote:Primary missions: Locate and destroy enemy supply & support units, ambush convoys and do reconnaissance. Intercept and destroy all NAF Forces in the area.
And finally, did you happen to stumble upon one of our convoys and engaged it?
If you didn't encounter any NAF that means one out of two things; we managed to outmaneuver you/was better at staying undetected OR you had bad luck.
You simply can't expect all Poldavian forces to not take over any TPs and SPs they encounter because it was in your job description, and neither can you EXPECT that the NAF troopers would be funneled to you so you could engage them.
And our 1st Mechanized was out so much you must've been sleeping alot or just walking on hills to not have encountered them at least once.
So what did you do then? Sleep?Pavel_Moscow wrote:Sounds interesting, but, mostly, we didn't do it neither.
We encountered plenty of Poldavian mountaineers (well, mostly we observed them from OPs as well as out on patrols without being noticed.
No, the problem was people actually getting so frustrated and excited that they took out their angers/frustrations/etc. on other people, and such a nasty thing has a very bad habit of spreading quickly; when one guy is aggressive towards someone his friends WILL step in, and it will just escalate on both sides, which is exactly what happened.Pavel_Moscow wrote:So go and practice in good teamplay, to keep together, to keep formations and avoid chaos. That's the common problem of airsoft, I think.
Berget is a mix of MILSIM and pure infantry combat, you seem to only enjoy the infantry aspect so I suggest you stay away from events that includes milsim. OR you take up your concerns about no action with your commander so that he knows who to send out for pure force on force and who to send out to do recon.
They plan the missions, but not even close to all missions intersect each other so that there will be guaranteed hostiles for every mission, the dispersion of troops and what missions to take on is decided by the commanders, so again; take it up with them if you're displeased.Pavel_Moscow wrote: And people, don't you know that most of action had been planned by gamemasters, your commanders had restrictions ?