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(@gunman)
Noble Member

So guys, how was your weekend. Mark said it looked stunning and hope tudders did you proud :good:

Sorry for not being there, we had a staffing crisis and I had to be at the Herts site. :slap:

Heer Schmidt

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Topic starter Posted : 18/10/2009 7:02 pm




marsha
(@marsha)
Noble Member

i really enjoyed it i'm still alittle tired so heres a few pictures and link


http://s137.photobucket.com/albums/q203 ... s/?start=0





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Posted : 18/10/2009 8:35 pm




(@bedsnherts)
Famed Member

Great gameplay. Great bunch of guys / gals. Great kameraderie. Big thanks to all who made it and all who helped to make it happen (you know who you are :D )

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Posted : 18/10/2009 8:50 pm




Pinkpanzer
(@pinkpanzer)
Estimable Member

Well put together guys. Good pace and a interesting series of battles for all sides. :good:

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Posted : 18/10/2009 9:05 pm




Harborne Blue
(@harborne-blue)
Honorable Member

Great day - all the effort that went into organising the day really paid off. Can't wait for the next one :good:

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Posted : 18/10/2009 9:44 pm




(@wladek)
Famed Member

It was a great day, well done and thank you to the organisers. :good: It was good fun to play alongside such an enthusiastic and friendly bunch of chaps.

Favourite moments? Well it is too close a toss up between manning that super funky, and deadly, mortar and my ignominious first encounter with my nemesis -

Chomley! :wife:

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Posted : 18/10/2009 10:20 pm




Steiner
(@steiner_1609088194)
Illustrious Member

I think Chommers caused more choas and killed more people than anyone!

I had a great time leading the US troops - well done to all of you. The phrase I heard most often..........

"The Captain's dead!!" :roll: :oops: :lol:

Brilliant story and game control by Martin, ably assisted by Jimbo. Wonderful mines by Boshman! 8) Thanks to Tug and Webby for kit loan. :good:


You've got nothing to ein, zwei, drei, vier

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Posted : 18/10/2009 10:25 pm




Zero Bravo
(@zero-bravo)
Famed Member

I really enjoyed the games, and have never seen such a high standard of gameplay or ham acting :rofl:
Chommers was a star performer and kept a lot of people occupied all day. Martin's paperwork and Neils posters and mines really made this a first class event. Thanks to the other organisers but mainly thanks to you lot for making it all worth it's while :good:




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Posted : 18/10/2009 10:38 pm




Steiner
(@steiner_1609088194)
Illustrious Member

i really enjoyed it i'm still alittle tired so heres a few pictures and link
http://s137.photobucket.com/albums/q203 ... s/?start=0

Good photos, Marsha. :good:


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Posted : 18/10/2009 10:57 pm




marsha
(@marsha)
Noble Member

im awake now really enjoyed it, had fun with the MG42 thanks to organisers for this and for the food
had a great day the terrain was perfect too looking forward to the next one :good:





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Posted : 19/10/2009 7:41 am




Steiner
(@steiner_1609088194)
Illustrious Member

I really enjoyed the games, and have never seen such a high standard of gameplay or ham acting :rofl:

My nomination for best ham acting would be Lipton - on discovering Ranj (I think it was) dead, pretending to pound his body in frustration, rage and helplessness! :lolpanda:


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Posted : 19/10/2009 8:10 am




Peppered
(@peppered)
Reputable Member

Thank you everyone for an excellent event, organisers and player alike.

I had a blast paying civvy. We fought hard and well as a team then fought each other then fought the Yanks then fought zeBoche - wandered around "drunk" and played with pyros and vegetables!

And I made tea.

It was great!

Looking forward to the next one :happyclap:

Peter Rabbit - Tank Killer
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Posted : 19/10/2009 9:32 am




Sgt.Heide
(@sgt-heide)
Illustrious Member

Thanks guys, for a very enjoyable day in the sun! My back is killing me from my "tramp" nights' sleep on the concrete under the stars and my legs bear the scars of several very nasty bramble slashes as a momento too!

Thanks to Jimbo for what had to be the best lunch I've been served with at an airsoft site as well. Also, to the organisers for providing a day that further underlined that you don't need loads of trigger time in order to enjoy yourself.
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Posted : 19/10/2009 10:26 am




(@lardassmonkey)
Famed Member

Excellent. Really enjoyed playing a 'civy' and will happily do so again. My only critism, if thats the right word, is that I didn't get a chance to role play it more often and would have actually preferred less 'trigger time'. I loved the civlians being split into factions rather than all being sided with the US or Germsns. Plus making the Yanks nervous was just too much fun. :lol:

Thanks to all the organisers for their afforts efforts in maiing it such a good day, Jimbo especially for the lovely grub. :good:

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Posted : 19/10/2009 10:39 am




(@kroot)
Reputable Member

Thanks to all.
Had a great time being a civvy type, even if I did end up on the Germans side most of the time :slap:

Great to put some faces to names and some excellent game play. Can't wait for the next one.

Sorry Yanks, you were SO trusting :whistle:

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Posted : 19/10/2009 10:43 am




cjw957
(@cjw957)
Famed Member

Well they say you always remember your first time .... and what a first time it was :) great day from start to finish - well run with good structure and fantastic gameplay - and a super site for it.

thanks to all the folks who ran it and helped in any way

and special thanks for (ok i crap with names so sorry if these are wrong :lolpanda: ) neil for leading us germans and ian for leading the squad i was in and both helping me out on my first time at ww2 event :) and marsha for carrying the machine gun for so long , those 3 early kills with that mounted on her shoulder were great.

oh stole some of the photos for my facebook page (hope you dont mind) so if u on facebook feel free to tag yourself if you on any :)

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well cant wait till my next one
see you in the tunnels in jan :)

cheers

chris




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Posted : 19/10/2009 11:34 am




Boshman
(@boshman)
Noble Member

I had a cracking weekend :happydance:

A big thank you to all the players, the AGS team and to Mark and the gunman crew.

The standard of gameplay was exemplary, and everyone played their roles fantatically.

A specialy thanks to Dave B and the rest of the 16th lads, and to Ian and the rest of his squad for playing so well and following all my orders to the letter. It was a pleasure and an honour playing alongside you all!

Mentions in despatches go to Marsha for lugging the MG42 around for most of the day :good:

Black wound badge for cjw957 for grenade related injury :giggle:

Gold wound badge to Dave B for wounds sustained in the defense of building 5 :lol:

Some great pics posted so far, keep em coming! :good:

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Posted : 19/10/2009 12:34 pm




marsha
(@marsha)
Noble Member

it was a awsome day i liked the way nearly everyone trying to speak language





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Posted : 19/10/2009 12:39 pm




lipton
(@lipton)
Reputable Member

My nomination for best ham acting would be Lipton - on discovering Ranj (I think it was) dead, pretending to pound his body in frustration, rage and helplessness! :lolpanda:

That wasn't acting Steiner, those emotions were heart string pullingly real. :giggle:
But it was a corker of a day, loved every minute of it. I would like to give a big hats off to you organiser chaps for a phenomenal event and same to everyone else too, you are a top bunch of people. :good:

I would also like to give a big pat on the back to 1st squad, you guys were brill. you followed your orders (no matter how daft they were :lol: ) and did your duties to the highest level. :good:

My favourite moment at a pinch would have to be hearing a ruckus behind me, turning round and seeing Sgt Wladek with his hands in the air whilst Chomley's pointing the Sgt's own weapon against him. Followed swiftly by Americans from all sides (including myself) closing in on Chomley, all yelling at him to put the gun down. :rofl: Classic

Anyway had a brilliant time so to represent that here's a dancing panda.
:lolpanda:





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Posted : 19/10/2009 4:04 pm




Gary Barton
(@gary-barton)
Honorable Member

Great day ,great game play, well done to all involved. :good:


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Posted : 19/10/2009 5:07 pm




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