Originally Posted by Tabris17
So is the tactical tourney for already formed teams or are teams formed after registration in like a street ball format so nobody sandbags?
You could register as an individual or as a team/group. Here is some more info from the Hogan's website:
Games will be held on 4 different fields. Each field has a different scenario and bonus objectives. Up to 16 stamps can be accumulated in a day. Games are open to all ability levels. Passports will be handed out at registration and players will fill in their information. Games will run on multiple fields simultaneously and repeat throughout the day so you have a few chances to win on each field. Play just a few or play all four, your choice! You get to keep the passport and use it again next game and use the points gained from both for more chances to win. Admission includes gear rental, so equipment is available if you need a backup gun or bring someone without gear. Games will be as follows:
Field 4: The Landing Zone. Rescue the pilot from the helicopter and get him to safety. A Killed pilot ends the game. Players carrying the pilot must drop him at the time of being shot out. Bonus objective: No casualties. Get the pilot to safety without losing a player.
Field 5: The Front lines. Use the rocket launcher provided to blow up the enemy's weapon. Blue team players shoot at the tank, red team players at the airplane. Each team will be given a rocket and will have to use teamwork to get their rocket man into the house where the rocket launcher is kept. Successful hit on the enemy's weapon end the game. Bonus objective: Gather supplies. Ammo crates and fuel cans will be on the field. Collect 3 at your starting zone to get a bonus stamp.
Field 6: Old School. Objective is to raise your flag at your opponents flag station. Bonus objective: Raise the flag in the center of the field and keep it up for 3/4 of the game.
Field 2: So you think you can paintball? Show your a well rounded paintball players by winning a speedball match. Bonus objective: No players eliminated while doing it.