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A Legion of the Damned game to be held at Drakelow Tunnels, near Kinver
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Postby Joseph Porta » Sat Apr 07, 2012 11:46 pm

Please keep this thread for game related questions, so i can find them and respond quickly, thanks :good:
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Postby rifleman6925 » Sun Apr 08, 2012 11:31 am

Will there be any friggin ghost hunters on this one :rofl:
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Postby Joseph Porta » Sun Apr 08, 2012 11:35 am

:D no not at all

Ive booked EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE SITE.

Thats why its being run so late in the year. I had to book the WHOLE weekend (2 nights and one day) to avoid any overlaps like the Anarchy game
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Postby oddball » Sun Apr 08, 2012 3:22 pm

Hey I booked the Saturday night with F&O as well right at the start I told them.
Anyway I am sure they won't let it happen again, they were supposed to be having a game there on the Saturday and we were to arrive as they finished, but they cancelled the Sat game and seemingly forgot about us.

Anyway water under the bridge :D

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Postby Joseph Porta » Sun Apr 08, 2012 4:27 pm

The Führer Is already accounted for Nigel, I picked him at the conception of this event :good:
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Postby cjw957 » Mon Jul 16, 2012 2:32 pm

will the usa side be a "usa" side or infantry and airborne etc as pain in bum when come with team and get shoved off elsewhere if I in my airborne rather than infantry gear lol

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Postby Joseph Porta » Mon Jul 16, 2012 9:35 pm

no airborne and infantry will work together, though small sqduads of men will be best, not all as one hodge podge , but i wont seperate friends at all
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Postby cjw957 » Mon Jul 16, 2012 9:39 pm

cool means i can wear what i want and loan stuff :) cheers
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Postby Joseph Porta » Tue Jul 17, 2012 10:57 pm

UPDATE on the RULE SECTION.

After a lot of feedback on a previous CQB game, (chateau) ive decided to lower the ammo limit per life to 300 rounds (this can be carried however you want, a high cap, or several low caps)

for practical reasons (the battlefield will be fluid and moving around) , players must carry ammo, food and water to last the day, on their person

BUT YOU MUST ONLY USE 300 rds PER LIFE. (Support weapons 1200)

IF you run out of ammo before dying, you may only get some more by going back to a regen area.
or by taking ONE box of "30 rounds" from your commander, who will have a small supply of EMERGENCY AMMO (.20 blaster) in an ammo tin, boxed in 30 round packets, and when this box is empty, its gone, so commanders will be loathe to authorize its issue for no good reason.

also it places a real need to protect your support weapons. if your gunner dies you loose a LOT of firepower, and wont be able to hold positions for long.
300 rds will not last long in a firefight.
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Postby Joker » Fri Aug 03, 2012 11:13 am

May be able to get to this as it's 'local' - how strict are the (German) uniform requirements ......... ?
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Postby Joseph Porta » Sun Aug 05, 2012 10:14 pm

hope you can make it mate, uniform requirements arnt that strict.

What are you thinking of wearing ? i can probably loan you some or all of the kit if youve got nothing and are under 42" chest 38* waist ?

any ww2 gun is acceptable. i can probably lend you a gun too if your stuck ?
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Postby Joker » Wed Aug 08, 2012 10:41 am

Appreciate the loan offer, cheers; however I'm a 50"+ chest.

I sold off a lot of kit last year, but I still have a few odds & sods left.

I've got an AGM mk2 Sten and a handful of mags, plus a low-power PPk springer and/or a Steyr NBB, which I picked up cheaply as it looks not dissimilar to the French Modele D, so I'm ok for weps.

As a top layer I was considering a home-brewed Gebirgs-type grey 3-pocket anorak or is that too far from the plan ?
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Postby Joseph Porta » Wed Aug 08, 2012 12:39 pm

pm me a picture if you can joker :good:
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Postby Tiny » Wed Aug 08, 2012 9:00 pm

Joker wrote:Appreciate the loan offer, cheers; however I'm a 50"+ chest.


I've got my jacket available if you want to borrow it mate. Don't think i'm wearing it on the day. I'm a big bloke, last suit I bought was either a 52 or 54 chest. Think the pants are ok too. I just need to make sure I won't need them, and i'll pencil 'em in for you to borrow. Might have a belt too :good:
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Postby prideofengland » Wed Aug 08, 2012 11:33 pm

Tiny wrote: I'm a big bloke,


Having stroked your sausage.....I have to concur :whistle:
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