After game chat
Firstly I'd like to say a big thank you to all the organisation team , their first WW2 event and they have exactly the right attitude and overcame some not insignificant difficulty's that were out of their control to provide an excellent days play , the field rations were a great touch , pyro was used to good effect and safely , the sound effects for aircraft bombing runs and German tanoy system were very affective and atmospheric .
Players all acted in the spirit of the game and were very well turned out , I didn't hear a single word about hit taking all day and it never turned into an open day shoot out , thanks to Dog Company , the Jeep and the weasel were fantastic editions to the day .
Once again thank you for a very enjoyable day
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Totally agree was awesome Saturday and today well went up a notch ambush central
I did the Sunday, and a very good day it was, very hot, but not too bad in the shade, very good planning and admendments to play, by the organisers, everyone was enthusiastic in game......plus I got to ride about in a jeep which saved my ancient knee caps a lot!
Unfortunately I only played the Saturday which was a great day despite the lack of players. Really liked the sound effects, the provided lunch and the pyro really added to the atmosphere, having sand and debris rain down after the pyro went off was great. Thanks to the organisers, you put together a great game and I am looking forward to your next one. Cheers, Andy.
we played Saturday only and camped over for a lazy exit,
With all the sound effects, sand flying everywhere from explosions,armoured vehicles, it was a great day.
Only real issue was i would of wanted a co-ordinated plan on the German withdrawal from defending the 1st position, as we all got split up for a time before re-grouping ,but that's war .Also the lunch arrangement was not fully clear to us and we got separated from our extra water rations and mess kits.,but no complaints at all about the event very recommended.
Big Thanks to the organisers some of you missed a blinder,very friendly social in the evening. too.
Gutted Sven and I missed it will wait for the next one
I would like to say a big well done to the lads at Frontline Airsoft for their first game. As for mentioned all organisers first games are going to have some teething problems but things can only get better! All in all Great immersion with the explosions and sound effects, great social and a great game on both days!! Well done lads and im looking forward to the next one!!
So, what else can I say to add to the above comments?
Best communication of any organisers I have ever encountered! SO much energy and enthusiasm for the organising team and that spread to the players! Well done gents, hats off to you.
The support from Frontline towards vehicles and the drivers was second to none, and very much appreciated thank you all.
I have been playing WW2 airsoft since 2007 and and often bringing a Jeep etc along too, Hand on Heart this was my most enjoyable ( uk game)for many years indeed. Some great set ups and honourable gameplay from everyone.
I will be supporting Frontline in the future , I can see them changing the scene for the better and injecting some of the older values back in.
Thank you to all involved in the set up and playing and to Josh , not played at eversley for about 7 years I think, wow!! It’s a brilliant site now .
All the best
Here’s a couple of photos
Dog company Motor Pool
Better photos ....
Having a few problems getting photos on here
Thanks for a brilliant weekend, the game play, planning, piro, sound effects and even lunch time nosh was the best. looking forward to the next event. Cheers Jamie
Some really kind words here fella's. Thankyou, from the bottom of my slightly smaller than average hear
Kiel and myself learned a hell of a lot and are grafting towards many improvements as we plan on the next game... (Foy) "Cough"
Catch you all soon.
Better late than never.
Unfortunately for me it was getting a little to hot for me I think I need to play more games in the winter so I don't dehydrate to much & maybe the organisers could make the game play around the dunny.
For the amount of time I was in play everything I heard & saw from the organiser's I had heard before BUT this was on a different level & for a new organisation 10 out of 10 for ideas & enthusiasm & I think you have raised the bar for others to follow.
Great sound effects & pyro but I'm not being funny you may need a bit more to catch up with me.
The organisers & me should put our heads together to put some really good effects together for a game that needs lots of "bangs"
I'm getting ready for your next one.
Sorry couldn't make it back on the Sunday it was just a bit too hot for me.
Just on Saturday morning I drank 4 litres of water & I know if I carried on like that I would got gut rot
Cheers to the lads ( Dog co) &the organisers for a good mornings play & maybe longer at the next one. See ya