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Dragon fly was so much more fun that I originally thought it was going to be. I admit I was at first being a grumpy naysayer, and than got some thoughtful advice from my SL, and decided to roll with it and we ended up having a great time, especially after mnam let me try out being the SL for the end of the 3rd and beginning of the 4th quarter.
Some very intense CQB action, it has been a long time since I have successfully navigated parts of the apartment complexes (or "projects" as i jokingly call them), and been able to eliminate enemy soldiers in the process. The sewers are also the cleanest in-game sewers I have ever seen.
I was unable to participate for the most part on the other maps (I do appreciate those on the US for allowing me to try the cobra out, even though I failed miserably as a pilot, actually miserably isn't the right word) dragon fly was great, it was an awesome long round, and it came down to the wire, which is always suspenseful and just plain awesome win or lose.
Also props to Warlab for selecting A sad Cow and Gaza beach 64 as the first 2 maps to be played after the PW was taken off. Asad was one of the most intense rounds I have ever played (came down to a 11 ticket difference). Even though I was on the Hamas side on Gaza beach ranks in a tie with the first time I played Ramiel (on a Sunday also nonetheless)with Mcgann either as CO or in a stryker and infantry lined up 3 on a side while patrolling the streets.
Randy = Ace ! - Warlab
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Tactical Gamer is not mainstream.
We are not trying to attract mainstream gamers."