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A scenario paintball game is a type of paintball game where the players must accomplish a single or series of missions on historical, fictional or sometime wooded settings. On a scenario paintball game, each team has their own command post or base camp. The base camp is surrounded with a variety of bunkers. Once the mission has been given to the respective teams, the team leader or commander will then plan on how to accomplish the mission.
Most scenario paintball games are based on storylines and most of these storylines have two (or sometimes more) opposing armies. The objective of the game is to accumulate points. The team with the largest amount of points wins. The points of a scenario paintball game can either be earned through the elimination of the opposing team or by completing the 'missions'. A typical scenario game usually lasts twenty four hours. Playing a scenario paintball game can be very exciting and fun. Always remember to bring along your paintball gears and equipments.
Other than the typical paintball gears and equipments, you should also bring some communication equipments when playing a scenario paintball game. A two-way or handheld radio will do. This will give you a great advantage over opposing teams that don't have one. Always bring along your camping gear. Even if the weather is hot on daytime never underestimate how cold the night can get. Extra clothes can also bring a lot of convenience. Don't forget to bring adequate food; starving while on the woods is not a pleasant experience. Some scenario paintball games require paintball players to bring sleeping bags and tent. Even if these are not required, it always pays to be ready.
There are various character roles available on a scenario paintball game. Some of these characters include medics, demolition experts, helicopter pilots, engineers, and commanders or generals. Some scenario games even have spies and double agents. A scenario game player will be given a character card before the game starts. A character card is the proof of the player's scenario identification and on what or whose side the player will take place.
Most scenario paintball game players use 'mil-sim' paintball guns or military simulation paintball guns. Most of the players' equipments imitate real military gears and equipments in terms of form and functions. In these kinds of games you will get to see a lot of paintball bazookas, walkie-talkies, electronic bugs and yes, a paintball tank.
Almost all levels of paintball players are allowed to join or play on a scenario game. As long as they follow the rules and regulations of the game and as long as they have the required gears and equipment that the scenario game coordinator requires.