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 Airsoft simulated events, realistic reenactments- Are you Motivated?

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PostSubject: Airsoft simulated events, realistic reenactments- Are you Motivated?   Sun Sep 18, 2011 11:49 pm

Seems like players here just drop in to airsoft fields with their cool replica guns, but don't seem to be too keen on anything else!

New players often know nothing about the sport, and tend to show up in jeans, and a shirt, and a brand new replica gun!....some are very shy and have no idea on where to take the sport....sadly though,it seems that Miami and South Florida is one of those few areas where this topic is taken seriously and requires more guidance on airsoft simulations.

Serious airsoft Battles and Events can often be seen on youtube....why not start doing the same shit here as well!

I am figuring to start up role play type games but I would require more players attending to be a bit more receptive to the whole reenactment bit.

Only a few players already attend the field here as Paratroopers, Nazis, and Terrorists...as well as my self but don't treat players matching their weapon set as freaks!

Time you players put on your game face and shug off the n00bish attitude.

What would be really neat is if all players attending built up on relations with other players and start out on a decided role play era outfits.

This would actually enhance the airsoft experience and reenforce the serious attitude some of us hard core airsofters are trying kick start here in South Florida.

For Zombie Scenarios, why not all buy a cheap springloads, pistols, or shotguns, build props...or maybe something find something at the Halloween shop!

Staging airsoft events actually requires your serious individual attention...It requires that the staged game be planned and that all players attending take a serious attention to those details as well as be receptive to the activities.

Believe me ,you will not look silly if everyone is partaking in an event!- In fact the event will feel even more interesting if well executed!

If Heckling players don't make an effort to try and partake in the out fit bit, how can we seriously take airsoft scenarios to that other level if its gonna be all about a black T-shirt, Jeans, and the bare minimal...Many players may not be able to aford extra items, but there will be many oppertunities to build up on resources.

It would be decidedlly more interesting to see if War Era games could be reenacted such as WW2, Vietnam, Desert storm,....Go to the gun show, or Army surplus, E-bay...take advantage of finding cool era gear!

Why Go at it alone?.....Form a group SQUAD!......You will probablly get mad respect showing up as a matching WW2 era or vintage styling Squad.

The Airsoft battle field is really a stage and you are the actors, why not partake in role play?

You may find it weird and interesting but in other states, Namely California as well as Europe, Whole battle fields are often attended by whole companies of reenactors and it has gotten serious down to a level where even the battle fields are decked out to look like it was WW2!

Don't Be Shy!... It actually should not be seen as a silly sort of thing rather like those geeky star wars conventions!....This is Airsoft!.....Its absolutlly OK to Roleplay.....You already started really the moment you bought a gun!
Time to take it to another level!
Don't defeat the fun and fall short of just sporting cool simulated guns!

Try doing the kind of Epic shit that is usually found and talked about in Magazines, TV, and heavilly posted Online!

Thinking Outside this box and you might as well be a paintballer running around in bright clothing!


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PostSubject: Re: Airsoft simulated events, realistic reenactments- Are you Motivated?   Mon Sep 19, 2011 12:54 am

The player base can't handle a complicated scenario.....I have tried before. People don't listen enough to even know who they are supposed to shoot.
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PostSubject: Re: Airsoft simulated events, realistic reenactments- Are you Motivated?   Mon Sep 19, 2011 6:16 pm

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The player base can't handle a complicated scenario.....I have tried before. People don't listen enough to even know who they are supposed to shoot.

I understand the problem with people acting n00bishly but this is why we must start training them!

In effect , we must start conducting some form of training to initiate airsoft to the next level - something often found in other states becides Florida that got their airsoft act together.

Right now is the time to get those wheels slowly turning...smash the cockroaches that stand in the way....Educate players who wish to see airsoft rise to a more proffessional level.

Get players Trained and Motivated by training on repeat training games scenarios.

(THE REVERSE)

So They will not Listen!....and they are all N00bs!

Offically put out a poster with mocking rules stating all players must attend wearing an orange tipped cheap plastic airsoft springload....must come in jeans and a T-shirt that says - N00b!

They Will be sent to the N00b Team...Kid softers ages 13 will be put together with others and hunted down......Unless they impress the pro teams enough to be allowed to join their ranks!

The Current N00bish system of teams will often be very wierd, never organized....Players attending may visit a few times and probablly quit!.....This is what happens when they are all left to their own devices!

Might as well say its really non paintball games!

Game scenarios....usually hosted by the pros who have to hunt them down!... Rules are always dumbed down to an 8th grade level....Props if any are fucking cheap or nothing at all!... if it was n't for some efforts to build good quality shit....and the N00bs underapreciate the efforts of what the pros do to prepare great games.

(The REMEDY)

All Pro airsofters... You know who you are!....We must all gather and start Hosting more serious training sessions....as well as take te extra time to start training N00bs not to be N00bs.

This is much like building construction on an airsoft field except, this time we are building a sense of order in our ranks.

Like the Drill Sargent in any Training ground says...You N00bs are all Magots......TRAIN, TRAIN, and....TRAIN!

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