Hi this is Robert Stewart with Hill13.com.
Now we’re going to look back at the game board and we’re going to talk about a little bit
of tactics and a little bit of conceptual understanding of how to play this game when
you have limited ammunition. Now, the key thing to do or to remember when you’re trying
to defend your flag is to measure you’re paint. You have twenty one shots, you have thirty
minutes you have to survive with this flag in place. So, independent of what the attacker
is doing at that moment, anyone you position to defend the flag must be able to maintain
their fire discipline and only fire on an opponent when they either have a clear shot
or when they absolutely have to keep the other team’s fire suppressed and keep them in position
so that the runner and the mid-field players can move into position to take the opposing
force’s flag. One thing to remember is, is that as you move out, if you don’t maintain
good communication, if you don’t report the enemy’s movements to your other players, they
might walk into a situation where, let’s say the runner and the mid players for the
red team are going in this direction. This guy actually sees the green team moving in
this position and doesn’t call out to his mid-field player as they’re making their move,
the mid-field player could walk into a position where he gets shot and he’s thus eliminated.
Whatever balls that are in his hopper are now gone. Now, if you’re only three players
to three players, we literally only have forty-two paint balls in the game. So it really is about
maintaining an aggressive movement across the field to get to them, hopefully make them
waste paint, and hold your fire as often as possible until the last moment.