MILSIM: Drug Wars: Columbia 8/31/13 May 29, 2013 22:42:51 GMT -5
Post by "Loony" on May 29, 2013 22:42:51 GMT -5
Splatmandu Paintball Club
13650 Harder Road
Three Rivers, MI 49093
The drug trade in Columbia is getting bigger then it can handle. The mythical devil, Pablo Estevez, has grown his cocaine operation to max capacity and is demanding that his men expand. He will not take no for an answer. His endless blood-lust for power is growing out of control. He has slaughtered his competition to the east and pounded his own cousin from the west into submission. Taking control of everything except the north, Pablo Estevez has now set his sights on the only land left, the pot fields controlled by Diego Delgado to the north. Diego Delgado refuses to fall like all the others before him; he will defend his pot fields until the last man of his crew lays slain by the ruthless Pablo Estevez.
There are rumors that Pablo Estevez may not even exist; that his relentless power and control is too strong to be done by just one man. Thus posing the question, "Does Pablo Estevez really exist?" The people of the jungle call him a myth, a devil, full of magic and hatred. The more land taken by the cocaine trade the bigger Pablo Estevez's legend grows. The people of Columbia don't even speak his name for fear of the ultimate punishment...death.
The pot fields and villages to the north have been attacked numerous times before. This isn't the first time Diego Delgado has had to take up arms to defend his prosperous cash crop, and it likely won't be the last. Diego Delgado is a beloved and just man in Columbia. He has earned the respect of the people of the north by helping defend, clothe and feed them. It has been said that he cares just as much about the welfare of the local villages as he does about his pot fields. Diego Delgado may speak softly, but he carries with him a mighty big stick.
Who will win this epic land battle? Does Pablo Estevez even exist? And if so, will he make an appearance? Is Diego Delgado as caring of a person as everyone says he is? What side will you help - the ruthless power hungry cocaine trade of Pablo Estevez; or the gentle giant pot dealer of Diego Delgado? All of these questions and more will be answered during "Drug Wars Columbia" on Saturday August 31st.
Walk On Day of: $40.00
With PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org
Must include in the notes first and last name of all players being paid for and put Drug Wars in the notes for organization.
1809 Reed St.
Kalamazoo, MI 49001
Pre-Pay closes August 17th
Bring canned foods for food drive
Pablo Estevez Cocaine Team:
Woodland, MARPAT, DPM, OD Tiger Stripe, OD Green, Multi-Cam and Woodland A-TACs
Diego Delgado Marijuana Team:
Blue Jeans with Black or Desert Tan Top
Engagement Range and FPS:
1.0 - 340.9 fps : Arms length engagement limit
341.0 - 400.9 fps : 20 foot engagement limit
401.0 - 540.9 fps : 50 foot engagement limit, bolt action or permanent * semi-auto replicas only
541.0+ fps : Prohibited
Every 10 minutes
1 Highcap Magazine (131Rds+)
Unlimited Midcap and Lowercap Magazines (130Rds and under)
1 Box Magazine allowed on only designated support class weapons
Each player will have the ability to medic other players. In order to be healed, you will need to carry a 2"x16" piece of white cloth that can be tied around one's arm. Players can only be healed once; after being healed once and killed for a second time, the player must go back to respawn, allowing him to re-enter the game and to take off the medic strip. If a player does not have a medic strip, other players are allowed to use their own medic strip to heal another player. Keep in mind though, the player you heal with your own strip will have to keep it on until he/she is re-spawned; do so at your own risk.
Player A is hit and has not used his medic strip. He takes out his kill rag to signify that he's been hit and has a bleed out time (bleed out time will be determined the day of the event).
Player B comes by and see's that player A is bleeding out. Player B goes Rambo style on everyone in the area and gets to player A. Player B yells in a calm but demanding voice, "Give me your medic strip".
Player A hands player B his medic strip and player B begins tying the medic strip around one of player A's arms. Once the medic strip is completely tied on, player A is now allowed to pocket his kill rag and re-engage.
A short time later player A and player B go off by themselves and both players are hit by opposing forces. Both players pull out their kill rags and player B begins his bleed out time. Because player A already has a medic strip on his arm, he can not be healed and must go back to respawn.
Player B must wait for somebody nearby to heal him. If no one is around, Player B finishes his bleed out time and then heads back to respawn.
Both players arrive back to respawn a short time later and wait for the next respawn time. Player A is now allowed to take off his medic strip and pocket it for his next death.
Check In 7:30am - 9:30am
Chrono Open 7:30am - 9:30am
Rules/Opening 9:30am - 9:45am
Game Start 10:00am
Lunch 1:00pm - 2:00pm
2nd Half Start 2:15pm
Game Over 5:30pm
12+ of age
Under 15 must be accompanied by parent/guardian
Under 18 must have waiver signed by parent/guardian
All participants required to sign waivers
Full seal Anzi-rated goggles with straps are required
Drum and box magazines only allowed on designated support weapons
***Note- There will be drug references and related props***