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by Puma
11 Jul 2012, 13:40
Forum: Berget 10
Topic: The German tents
Replies: 32
Views: 11397

Storing and transporting firewood for 2000 people to and from the game area would be a logistical nightmare. Not to mention that the stoves would be all sorts of safety hazard. Ever think about kerosene heaters? Kerosene as fuel is lighter and more compact compared to wood in terms of energy yield. ...
by Puma
09 Jul 2012, 10:18
Forum: Berget 10
Topic: NAF C&C after game report - short version
Replies: 32
Views: 9963

If they are giving such orders, they would better have informed Tiger, so that the base defense would be prepared. Inform him exactly how? "Uh, we sota decided to change the rules mid game. Hope that's ok, thx bye." Regardless of whether they inform or not, premeditated changing of existing rules o...
by Puma
09 Jul 2012, 09:07
Forum: Berget 10
Topic: The C&C unit
Replies: 35
Views: 11822

Don't increase participant numbers beyond 2400 before a proper, experienced command-chain is at hand. Here I think it is not just about growing the number of players, but largely about the type of units that are being grown in size. When increasing the size of units, it is easier to grow the milsim...
by Puma
03 Jul 2012, 23:00
Forum: Berget 10
Topic: The C&C unit
Replies: 35
Views: 11822

The way I see it, ticket lockdown is a necessity for both BE as well as Commanders to be at some point able to tell how many players will attend or not. I would argue against this premise. That is clearly the intention of the lockdown, but like so often, results of rules and regulations do not corr...
by Puma
03 Jul 2012, 15:10
Forum: Berget 10
Topic: The C&C unit
Replies: 35
Views: 11822

JudgementDay, that all sounds like maybe asking a bit too much. For what I undestood from posts by Tiger1, was that commanders didn't even have complete personel rosters 3 weeks before game start. The first step of filling neccessary positions in the military organization is knowing what personel yo...
by Puma
12 Jun 2007, 10:31
Forum: Berget 5
Topic: Roster
Replies: 10
Views: 4094

I'm leaving to Härnösand now. I guess there will be no internet there. So I will see you on the island. Godspeed.

-Captain Quinn
by Puma
08 Jun 2007, 12:43
Forum: Berget 5
Topic: Equipment List
Replies: 3
Views: 1826

In addition to the forementioned there, you should bring a PMR radio and batteries to last you for 3 days. It would be ideal if everyone had a radio, to form a redundancy communication system. Also everyone should put their name on all of their stuff. Specially put your name on your AEG batteries, w...
by Puma
28 May 2007, 19:38
Forum: Berget 5
Topic: Roster
Replies: 10
Views: 4094

What we are missing here is:

1 Platoon leader
2 Platoon sergeants
1 First sergeant

If we don't have all the roles filled up by friday, there will be some drastic measures taken.

So what we need now is volunteers.

Volunteer today, and help in the war effort to beat the commies.
by Puma
28 May 2007, 17:30
Forum: Berget 5
Topic: Roster
Replies: 10
Views: 4094

Rifleman Are you a man? Do you have a rifle? Your task is to shoot commies and chew bubblegum. Marksman Just like a rifleman, but different. Machinegunner Sustained fire. Keep those commie heads low. So the others can walk up to them and shoot them in their foxholes. Sniper We don't use snipers her...
by Puma
25 May 2007, 17:54
Forum: Berget 5
Topic: And so it Begins!
Replies: 9
Views: 2236

I won't be there until about at noon on thursday the 14th.
by Puma
25 May 2007, 13:28
Forum: Berget 5
Topic: Question: Rotating the responsibility of medic
Replies: 12
Views: 3609

If the medic ability is permanently locked to the player, then what is the point of the armband? Every player knows whether they are a medic or not. Also every player pretty much knows who are the medics in their unit. So it seems that the armband does nothing more than turn the medic player into a ...
by Puma
24 May 2007, 21:11
Forum: Berget 5
Topic: Recycling and waste disposal
Replies: 5
Views: 1658

I too have rechageable batteries for my radio. But the 800mAh batteries only last about 14 hours of use. Alcaline batteries last much longer, and 4 AA alcaline batteries can power my PMR radio for about 24 hours. And 4 alcaline AA batteries cost a little over an euro, so they are very convenient cho...
by Puma
24 May 2007, 19:00
Forum: Berget 5
Topic: Recycling and waste disposal
Replies: 5
Views: 1658

Recycling and waste disposal

As I was shopping for equipment today, a taught occurred to me, that 1200 people using PMR radios and all sort of battery driven equpiment for 3 days, are probably going to consume quite a bit of batteries. So it would be useful if all main bases would have battery collection point, where you could ...
by Puma
23 May 2007, 23:10
Forum: Berget 5
Topic: Pohjoisen kimppakyyti
Replies: 4
Views: 1627

Ei tarvitse teititellä, en oo mikään iso herra vaikka mulla auto onkin. Olet oikeassa. Kätevää tuollainen google reitinlöytämishomma. Alkuperäisen 1100 kilomertiä olin viivottimella mitannut vanhanaikaisesta paperikartasta, ja onnistunut mitä ilmeisimmin tuottamaan jossain välissä kolmanneksen mitta...
by Puma
21 May 2007, 22:37
Forum: Berget 5
Topic: Pohjoisen kimppakyyti
Replies: 4
Views: 1627

Pohjoisen kimppakyyti

Te joita tämä koskee tiedätte kyllä keitä te olette. Menopeli on nyt katsastettu, ja katsastuskonttorin setä antoi sille vihreät paperit. Auton pakoputkessa on kuitenkin tällä hetkellä reikä, joka saataneen paikattua ennen reissuun lähtemistä. Aikataulu on mitoitettu siten, että meidän pitäisi olla ...