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FoD Recap: How It’s Done

March 11, 2012

It was a great weekend of gaming.  I was actually looking forward to Gears all week, but when I jumped on, the room was already full.  With Johann on the outside, I knew that Blank and RoBBins et al must be rolling 5 deep with heavy hitters happily owning the publics.  So, with no arm twisting needed, I tossed in BF3 and joined up with Grymm and rED followed later by Frenik and Kenai.  Saturday night was similar but with a bigger crew: Zos, Herandar, and Cornie also joining in for some dusty mayhem.  Everyone was owning everything, and at one point, someone on the opposite team sent Johann a message, “it’s like you know where everybody is at any moment“.  LOL  That’s right baby, that’s how we roll.  

The T.C. Award: For owning all their bases and making us laugh as you did it.

Another highlight was RUSHing on Damavand Peak.  With Grymmie counter-sniping the Prairie Dogs, and Cornie flying the “Early Bird” like Theodore Calvin from Magnum P.I., we defended our bases, and honor, as if our little sister’s reputation depended on it.

I think the high of many highs, however, was when we got into some very vehicle-heavy rounds and the rockets and C4 came out.  We were moving like a unit should, shooting and placing our explosives just right, and trading off as we alternately disabled and destroyed everything thing that moved.  The anti-vehicle ribbon was awarded liberally and the soldiers went to bed knowing they had done a good job!

Cheers, everyone!  Have a great week!

P.S. After the jump are two great BF3 videos, humbly directed, excellently produced. Could just as easily have been our gang as the stars.



Update: And this one. Smart not cheap.

  1. March 12, 2012 8:59 am

    Honestly, I just love how we don’t even really need to constantly communicate to get what we need to get done (i.e. during the vehicle heavy rounds and such), but it always makes it 10x as much fun when we do.

    BF3 had me at hello.

    • March 13, 2012 5:22 am

      Exactly. Just being on the same squad and bare bones communication of “Let’s get A” and spotting is enough. More detailed communication is just the gravy.

      So much fun because every game / map / time we play, it feels different.

      Suns, Thanks MBFAM for the Re-caps!

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