Originally Posted by angel_octane_187
second vid explains it all so really no need for this long thread but oh well good job dynasty ftw
It's AMAZING how some people still don't get this.
Joy shot out all Dynasty players on that field. That usually means you've won the game.
Refs only gave Dyasty the win after a lot of BS from some of the Dynasty players about overshooting and how this is a bannable offense as it's unsportsmanlike behavour (a claim that is stretching the rules more than a little). Without this argument their entire case of ever winning that game is moot. And this ban was later retracted by NPPL which means they recognise Joy not actually making that offense. Therefore Joy won, or should have won. Which everyone but a handful of deluded diehard Dynasty fans have realised long ago by now, halfway into the next season. I'm sure Dyasty knows this.
No video of this torunament shows Dyasty clearly winning. How can it when they were ALL marked, as in all eliminated. But one Joy player was still clean.
Especially Alex Fraige was very keen on this isssue calling Joy boys Unsportsmanlike and such things. This from the very player that ran around the field in the last seconds of the game making clear physical contact with what he could only consider a live player, as well as himself very clearly being eliminated and still not leaving the field, not even leaving the snake bunker intentionally obstructing the game. I can only imagine how many bans and penalties that would incur for a player from any other team.
I hope Dynasty understands they have to be better than this as role models for the new gen kids getting into paintball.
Since then Dynasty won the latest NPPL tournament. And they did it nice and clean. It's interesting to see that they did not have to resort to this sort of blackening or rule bending to do that. They simply played better and beat Impact fair and square in the finals. Probably because this season they're putting in the rigorous practice hours needed to be the top team again.
This is the Dynasty people really want to see, the Dynasty that stays on top with skill, talent and hard work. I for one hope this is the Dynasty we'll see for the rest of the year.
Also, since I'm obviously a Joy fan, I can't wait to see Joy in full vigour next NPPL, hopefully performing as good as last year.