The Commanders Work at B9

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Post by Redmenace_tv » 08 Jul 2011, 16:49

Thanks genocide, and also thanks for being the best AT gunner at berget.

To all the haters, you make me sad.
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Post by Sevas » 08 Jul 2011, 21:28

Lex wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TR8N3hMJ05o
even don't know how to comment it. Just say that here in poldavian mountiners we are still lauthing loud. It is really cool :)

ps: now i understand, why all days all our missions was near naf base.
You have got to be kidding me. =D Even though this video explains a lot... Not about being dick or something, but duuude...

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Post by Blackwolf » 09 Jul 2011, 01:13

Hello

WHat did you gys not understand about my speech on Saturday morning to all NAF 6t Players.

I wil explain

1st this is a game no winners no loosers
2nd a Commanders position is un ungreatfull one because you cannot please everybody.
3rd I am looking at the human sides of things and not only gamewise
4th Naf Battalions where outnumbered 2.5:1
5th A simple man transport would have done it.
6th To see a lot of the guys twist their knees and anckles on a game and having to call the real Doctor everyday is not funny or matters to be laughed at.

This was probably my last Berget as a Battalion Commander

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Post by Tiger_1 » 09 Jul 2011, 13:31

I must agree with this, being a commander is never a grateful Jobb. No way can you make all happy, and as usual, the guys that are unhappy make the most noice.
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Post by Blackwolf » 09 Jul 2011, 14:46

Hello
I must agree with this, being a commander is never a grateful Jobb. No way can you make all happy, and as usual, the guys that are unhappy make the most noice.
Thanks forthe words

At least there are the commanders that understand my point of view.

NOW to all you that made silly remarks about commanders decisions,

IF YOU CAN DO BETTER THEN APPLY TO A BATTALION COMMANDERS POSITION AND GET THE JOB DONE.

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Post by Glamav » 09 Jul 2011, 15:08

Hey, polies, you suck. You suck big time :)
The satelite was near your base - then what ?
I was there twice. Weve got it.
And yes, my rifle is "magpulized" and i have exactly 43k ingame, dont to mention these k's before the game.

And please, tough guys, answer this :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Vss0Tsr ... r_embedded

Do you wonna know the exact location ?

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Post by Trasher-HU » 09 Jul 2011, 15:26

Glamav wrote:And please, tough guys, answer this :
Too wide angle and low res to make out anything except for a scarecrow. Your very un-NAF patterned cap and petzl headlight(?) is also in the way. Not sure about your other videos where NAF/ZBO guys try to please a poldavian soldier while mounting each other and taking a sniff of private parts. :D
DutchWolf wrote:No, you missed the point. Just 'cause it wasn't though on YOU doesn't mean you have to be a dick about it.
Sorry, but 40km in 4 days is not much even for a cheery group of pensioners...

Back to topic: thanks to Tiger_1 for leading us the 2nd time, we are waiting for the 3rd Mtn. AAR.
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Post by Waldo » 09 Jul 2011, 18:00

I think we also shouldn't forget the work of the guys at the HQ. For example big kudos to motorhead who tried relentlessly to get our comms running!
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Post by Baron » 09 Jul 2011, 18:51

Lex wrote:if seriosly, it is really sad situation. NAF side refused missions, so our side didn't meet enemy on their mission and didn't got enough fun. Becouse theese so good looking boys in expencive equipment and with cool magpul-style guns were tied and blistered. Hm.. are we all playing the same airsoft? It seems to me, no.

hope, berget crew will think how to avoid situations like this in future.
Atleast blackwolf seemed more along the lines of larping than I ever witnessed any Polly doing. Polly mostly shoot on sight. Regardless. He took great care for his men and didn't want people to leave from Berget with injuries and the likes. I'm glad that all you other people where better prepared, but don't rant at the people who didn't. Instead, tell them how to improve and not make the same mistakes.

So I would like to thank Freno, as the UN Commander for a job well done and Crazydog for his iron will to make sure everyone had fun.
I never had the chance to meet any of the other commanders so can't really say much about them. But please, leave all the blistering and battle-hardened talk for the "veteran" forum. There your feedback is very valued regarding how best to counteract such issues.
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Post by Sevas » 09 Jul 2011, 19:09

Glamav wrote:Hey, polies, you suck. You suck big time :)
The satelite was near your base - then what ?
I was there twice. Weve got it.
And yes, my rifle is "magpulized" and i have exactly 43k ingame, dont to mention these k's before the game.

And please, tough guys, answer this :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Vss0Tsr ... r_embedded

Do you wonna know the exact location ?
Please, note that "polies" never said that YOU sucked, so why get personal, mate?... Some of NAF guys were hard ass, but a simple guess can be made that after that comment of yours you are totally out of this list, pal.

Anyways, thanks TIGER_1 for nice job and giving us, simple crooks, possibility to use our LPC:s (Leather Personal Carriers) some extra this time.

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Post by Glamav » 09 Jul 2011, 19:48

Sevas wrote:
Glamav wrote:...
Please, note that "polies" never said that YOU sucked, so why get personal, mate?... Some of NAF guys were hard ass, but a simple guess can be made that after that comment of yours you are totally out of this list, pal.
Ah, you get the point. Not all NAF forces are the same.
I saw total disorientated red armbands, and there was a real pros on the field. That pros allays been greeted from me and my boys with "thanks for the game guys, have fun". Thats why i dont treat all alike. So, if you are a real man, i mean all of you, dont treat us all alike.
And yes, i know that my comment was alittle harsh, but from time to time you need that. Im sick and tired from all that sarcastic comments up there, and it is normal to explode...

There are too many people in this forum, that forgot that this is just game, and in the end of it, we are normal people...
And maybe next year, or on another game i will play with you by my side.
Keep that in mind, and ill be so polite that you cant imagine.

PS i really dont give a f** for that list :)

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Post by Waldo » 09 Jul 2011, 19:58

Please guys stop bitching around and stop getting personal. When some guys weather NAF, Poldavia, UN, ZBO or Civilian had bad moments I feel sorry for them, but we have to live with bad moments on big events like Berget. Forget these moments and remember the nice times. For example cool firefights or the nice guys of your camp with which you did some crazy stuff between the missions.


And PLEASE. Stop generalizations. I am not a sensitive person, but it is unfair to the players who behaved good and tried to interact with the other factions and didnt shoot on sight.
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Post by freno » 09 Jul 2011, 20:09

I need to tell about my accident!
I was injured 2weeks before B9 in my back. That made my preparation little lame... Still, i´m stubbarn so i needed to play at Berget. On Wednesday morning i once again injured my back! (in the shower!!!)

I decided after a day to give Crazydog my assignment, but still i wanted to stay ingame. From that point we had same rank.

After one day offgame, i felt much better. (ingame i went home to marry my wife!)
I left tactical preperation to Crazydog! What a man to take responsabuillity during a game as he did!!!
After that i played as newlymarried, and much diplomacy and roleplaying.
This solution was great for us i think, and my wife who entered the game at friday evening loved it also...

I REALLY love players that adapt to every new situations that ALL UN-players did!! I would love to play again with you, guys and girls!!

And Francesco! I REALLY want to know how you made it back home! Send me a PM or something, please! God bless you, man!
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Post by DutchWolf » 09 Jul 2011, 20:37

Sevas wrote:
Glamav wrote:Hey, polies, you suck. You suck big time :)?
Please, note that "polies" never said that YOU sucked, so why get personal, mate?... Some of NAF guys were hard ass, but a simple guess can be made that after that comment of yours you are totally out of this list, pal.
Last comment on this whole thing:
Pollies said our teammates sucked and insulted our team in general, I take that personal. So shut up.
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Post by Buffel » 09 Jul 2011, 21:02

Dutchwolf, Pollies poked fun at the statements made in the briefing that was videotaped. NAF rangers also seemed embarassed by the videotape.

Then someone starts posting 'all Pollies suck' as the perfect flamebait. People jump on the bait.

That's pretty much it. I think you're making more out of it, than there was.
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