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#26 PREDATOR

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Posted 21 May 2007 - 11:46 PM

That time when I did that thing to those people with that stuff at that place. Yeah, that was legendary.

Oh it's good to luagh. I would say a ctf game when a stole the flag three times in a row.
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#27 Evil

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Posted 22 May 2007 - 12:28 PM

Pfft, you could call it, "Wars I actually attended", too. :D


To clarify, I could show up once a year and put on a fucking show. More reason that I am "the instant classic"...


Instant classic last war it seemed like you lost most rounds and most of the time got out early in the round. That's weird I would think that someone as good as you would have to be more consistent. After all haven't you said before that the gun doesn't make the player?


The gun doesn't make the player. But I never said that a bad gun doesn't handicap a good one! ...I still had some awesome dodges... and a handful of good shots... anyway thats not the point!
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Posted 22 May 2007 - 06:47 PM

My wow moment was actually an action that I failed.

It was the last minute or so of a hunted game. I was on my way to escorting the VIP to the last point on the park we were supposed to reach, when all of a sudden we were ambushed by two players my team had lost track of fairly early in the game. The firefight was literally 2 seconds long and I lost in the aftermath, but it was a very rad little battle.
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