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Re: Brilliant game :)

Postby guldan » Mon Mar 31, 2008 1:27 pm

Well what can I say but it was absolutely fantastic. For my first foray into WW2 airsoft it was great, good crowd, good games & great fun. Definately up for more, hope they all live up to this standard. Well chuffed to receive the iron cross, thanks.PBI did a great job with the organisation, many thanks to them.
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Re: Brilliant game :)

Postby webby » Mon Mar 31, 2008 1:45 pm

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I had an absolutely blinding time glad I volunteered to be medic but should of keep hold of that bag on the last round when that mad shoot out happened.
Thanks to everyone who lent me my load out you know who you are I now love denison and 37 pattern .

This was probably the best days airsofting ever for me I would do WW2 every time if I could ,it makes such a big difference when the squad leaders know what they are doing and everyone is committed to realism .
Well done chomley worner ,yiff etc on that score .
Also I thought the scenarios were set up nicely and the medic rules worked very well .
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Re: Brilliant game :)

Postby Steiner » Mon Mar 31, 2008 1:47 pm

Erm... at the end mate. You must have been talking, or summat.
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Re: Brilliant game :)

Postby webby » Mon Mar 31, 2008 1:48 pm

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Re: Brilliant game :)

Postby Gadge » Mon Mar 31, 2008 1:53 pm

Webby we did shout across the safe and site for al the brits, i know Guzzi heard but said he didnt want to be in it, i assumed we had everybody else but i didnt organise the pic, i was busty tryint to break down.

Sorry mate, i feel bad about that now...
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Re: Brilliant game :)

Postby Peppered » Mon Mar 31, 2008 2:05 pm

So Webby didn't get in the picture at the end. Oh, well we'll just have to do it again!

Has anybody got an Ox and Bucks cap badge to sell as I am going to D-day as British?
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Postby webby » Mon Mar 31, 2008 2:05 pm

i was in the village behind where you took the pic looking for my etool, never mind
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Re: Brilliant game :)

Postby Lardassmonkey » Mon Mar 31, 2008 2:07 pm

Well chuffed to receive the iron cross


Oh yes I forgot to mention that. The awards were a nice touch and I'm very pleased with my Iron cross, a nice surprise. Thanks :mrgreen:
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Re: Brilliant game :)

Postby Gadge » Mon Mar 31, 2008 2:08 pm

Peppered wrote:So Webby didn't get in the picture at the end. Oh, well we'll just have to do it again!

Has anybody got an Ox and Bucks cap badge to sell as I am going to D-day as British?


No but i can post you a south staffords one which is better for PBI anyway, OB was a one off for varsity :)

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Re: Brilliant game :)

Postby Pete_59 » Mon Mar 31, 2008 2:13 pm

webby wrote:i was in the village behind where you took the pic looking for my etool, never mind


Was it the haft you were looking for as there was one propped against the side of a van in the safe area towards the end of the day, I don't know what happened to it but I presume someone took it with them. :?
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Re: Brilliant game :)

Postby Chomley-Warner » Mon Mar 31, 2008 2:38 pm

A very good day - cheers PBI!

The sun shone and the gameplay was good tempered - not knackering players must have something to do with it, clearly the separate actions had a part to play in that. Top marks for making full use of the site and not ending up with a blat in the village.

I was interested to see how the game style worked (and how well others received it) and you pulled it off nicely. Reminded me very much of Gucci's games of times past.

Very good to see some new faces, funny to watch Lardy's knife kill on Orky, oh, and chatting in the s/z was good too!

Heh, I'm not on the team photo either. Meh, I'll Photoshop meself in :rofl:
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Re: Brilliant game :)

Postby Peppered » Mon Mar 31, 2008 2:41 pm

Ta Gadge, but I'm OK as I already have a South Staffs badge on beret but I could only find info on the web of the Ox & Bucks so I thought of re-badging. I know the South Staffs took casualties (ones I read were around Caen) so what role did they play in the D-Day (Op Overlord?) landings?

I am happy if it makes some historical sense being South Staffs at D-Day +2.
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Re: Brilliant game :)

Postby Lardassmonkey » Mon Mar 31, 2008 2:42 pm

Very good to see some new faces, funny to watch Lardy's knife kill on Orky, oh, and chatting in the s/z was good too!


Glad you enjoyed that as much as I did. :D If only I actually had a knife to do it with! I'm defineatly ordering a rubber bayonet now. :twisted:
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Re: Brilliant game :)

Postby Yith » Mon Mar 31, 2008 4:06 pm

Well I had a great day! This despite having a shocking cold and coughing my guts up every so often! But I wouldn't have missed it for the world!

The greatest bit for me was seeing how much the Brit training day helped us all work as a cohesive unit. Superb!

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Re: Brilliant game :)

Postby Gadge » Mon Mar 31, 2008 4:36 pm

Heya peppered

Doh of course south staffs is no use to you for d-day. You're right OB is the best bet for that!
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