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rangerjim3 12-03-2012 11:36 AM

What would you do?
This past saturday I was playing at my local field in Cranberry township and I had something happen that has not ever happenned to me before. We were playing on a pretty thick woodsball field with few open lanes of fire. I was laying down on the ground covering a hillside watching the other players sneak up through trees towards my position. My friend took up a position just to the side of me and we opened fire at about the same time just as we started to get some clear shots at them. We took out the first player and he stands he is standing there with his hands in the air and his gun pointed up he friends start using him for cover. One guy was shooting through his legs and another was shooting from behind him. I did not fire back for fear of hitting him again and thinking that he would move. This continued to go on with these players shooting at us while we held our fire, until my friend who was with me started to yell for him to move but the player did not move an inch. My friend started to shoot again and hit the guy who was standing up, and he finally decided to move out of the way. His friends who were using him for the cover took back off down the hill, the player who was standing up moved down the hill to where I was swearing and yelling. I kept telling him that I was not firing and that his friends were using him for cover, but it didn't really matter at that point..He was already super pissed I think. This was a group of older guys/kids with all their own gear and it wasn't like it was their first time playing. I wasn't really sure what I should of I wait for them to hit me? Do I keep shooting? Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated!!!

desertT1 12-03-2012 11:40 AM

I yell for them to go to the sideline, but if they aren't paying attention and are just standing there, I keep shooting for the others. I have one of these situations on video I think. The girl didn't know there were two people behind her (but not directly) and wouldn't move because I was still shooting. The ref pointed out who I was shooting at when she did finally make it to the side.

rangerjim3 12-03-2012 11:43 AM

I tired to tell the guy that his "friends" were using him for cover but he wasn't listening to me...he was too busy swearing and yelling at me

super_stanchy 12-03-2012 11:46 AM

"move or im gonna keep shootin"

yell it and keep shootin

live bunkers dont like to play bunker after you put a few on em

i know that sounds terrible, but in a situation, if they wanna use a dead player as a shield (and the dead player knows whats goin on) im gonna keep shootin

if the dead player is walkin away and they are shielding themselves with him to escape... i'd let em go


Originally Posted by rangerjim3 (Post 2551289)
I tired to tell the guy that his "friends" were using him for cover but he wasn't listening to me...he was too busy swearing and yelling at me

that part isnt avoidable, he's gettin shot, he's gonna be mad, dont sweat it

desertT1 12-03-2012 12:02 PM

Lessons are learned pretty effectively when the teaching hurts. I don't say that maliciously, think of the parent/hot stove situation everyone has been through.

Stilgar 12-03-2012 12:06 PM

This happened to me but I was the guy being used as the bunker! I got hit, stood up and was trying to get out of the way but the two guys behind me were still shooting and using me as cover...

I got lit up, and pissed. Pain/anger response. I lost it too. But after yelling for a bit I eventually calmed down, realized the situation I was in and apologized to the guy who shot me. He was not wrong to keep shooting, he was being shot at and he wasn't aiming for me directly, he was trying to get the two guys behind me.

It was MY responsibility to clear the area as quick as I could.

So if the guy has the opportunity to move and does not...then don't feel bad if he takes an extra shot while you are attempting to eliminate his team.

alphasniper 12-03-2012 12:22 PM

At my field his friends would have been called out by a ref. However if thats not a rule where you play, I would just keep shooting. Its his responsibility to get off the field

elraido 12-03-2012 12:56 PM

If I get hit and I am in the literal middle of a fire fight, I yell hit and get out of the way as fast as I can. If it is too dangerous and I am in some decent cover, I just yell out to everyone that I am going to chill where I am until it is over. We are fairly good at stopping when someone yells hit to let them get out of the way though. It is kind of like an uneasy Christmas time cease fire. LOL

No Mercy Ever 12-03-2012 12:57 PM

If he just stood there, then he was wrong. From him having his own gear, he knows that when hit, call yourself, raise hands, and get off the field. If one of his buddies is using him for cover, and shooting between his legs, he knows it is happening. So yell for him to leave the field and then shoot for his buddies. If he gets hit one, two, or ten more times, it is his own fault, not yours.

ApoC_101 12-03-2012 01:07 PM

Sometimes people get shot a few extra times when they stand in the wrong place... no fault of yours. If he wasn't moving, you weren't shooting him enough.

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