September 17th, 2004, 07:19 AM
Join Date: Apr 2004
I read an article about this new kind of woods/scenario paintball called mission paintball. Its several 20 minute sessions with different missions that you have to accomplish... i made a scenario for everyone to use and see if its ok...i dont have much experience with scenario stuff so here goes...
“Mission” Paintball Scenarios
Scenario 1: Battle for Baghdad
Mission times = 6 20 minute missions and 6 10 minute R&R sessions.
Overview: Coalition forces must complete a number of missions and objectives against the Terrorist forces.
Mission 1 Briefing:
Coalition forces must secure a stockpile of weapons and explosives (paintballs, grenades). They will be broken into two groups. The U.S. Marine Corps 1st armored division and the Kurdish Rebels. There will be 2 “commanders”, 1 for the Marines, and one for the Kurds. The Kurds will serve as spies and snipers. The Marines are Assaulters. If these commanders are killed, your team will have 5 points deducted for each commander killed. If the stockpile is secured, you will receive 30 points and divide the ammo between yourselves. The commanders will divide the ammo. A secondary objective is to find the ‘body’ of a commando who has been wounded. The body is a sandbag hidden deep in the enemy lines. This objective will be worth 10 points. The enemy commander is also worth 5 points.
Terrorists must defend the stockpile of weapons (paintballs, grenades). The Terrorists will have a “commander”, who, like the coalition forces is worth 5 points, if shot out your team will lose 5 points. You may NOT use any of the stockpile of ammo or your team will suffer an immediate disqualification. Your team has earlier wounded an American soldier. We have reason to believe that the Coalition forces will be coming for him. You may guard the wounded soldier however you must be careful about how you split your forces.
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