Are big scenario games generally more fun than say just going to a local field? I mean it seems cool since theres a lot more people and all but at the same time seems like it would be more of a hassle and you would just get shot out a lot?
Hiow much 'fun' you have isn't determined by the size of the
event, but rather by how well it's being managed, as well as
by a number of other factors, such as the area being used,
the layout of trails, roads, fortifications and even on how
players on both sides focus on working as a team.
Bg. Andy Van Der Plaats
J-9, Office of the CofS, SHAEF
"in bello, parvis momentis magni casus intercedunt"
This is one of the recruiting posters I made for our team. The scenario is expected to draw over 500 players for the first time ever. We would love to have you join our crew this March, regardless of experience. It will be a great time, please message me if you are interested.
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