A weekend in San Pablo, Laguna to celebrate Col. Ramon Navarro's 75th birthday.
Col. Ramon Navarro with Daddy Oca
The Colonel with Tita Babes
fun! fun! fun!
waiting for the barbeque! me and pareng koko.
Sunday, March 23, 2008
Monday, March 10, 2008
Monday, March 03, 2008
Eric Adug of Team HORAC (House of Representative Airsoft Club) made a visit to NorthCamp last weekend (Mar 1, 2008). He had a taste of jungle warfare and had a blast of a game that day. I meant that literally, he and me were blasted away by the opposition. Aray!
Saturday, March 01, 2008
Most recently, player turn-out at NorthCamp at the beginning of 2008 has ballooned from the average number of 40 to 50 players to 60 to 70 per playing day. Not that the management doesn't welcome such influx of players but rather delighted to see growth of the Camp itself. However, such increase in players has it's drawback particularly when it comes to managing games.
Game marshalling in NorthCamp is not a big problem since most of the regular players and newbies alike, often and always reminded about honesty in game. Therefore, game integrity is on top of the list everytime. Nevertheless, NC aren't taking any chances and would like to tackle things head-on.
Enter the Embedded Marshalls (E-Ms - pronounced, e-ems ).
Instead of adding regular marshalls, NC opted for something radical... something that the other playing site has not yet fully implemented or in some, not yet tried. Embedded Marshalls consist mostly of vet players filled in as players and at the same time game marshalls. The advantage of having this kind of marshalls are that they not only oversee the game, they are in the game itself. Regular players are simply made aware that embedded marshalls are with them as to deter rule breakers. With a regular marhall and embedded marshalls on hand, even with a large number of players, game integrity is preserved.