It started at the Bridge.
For whatever reason (my chat’s off) our whole team suddenly makes this line and just crawls real slow across the Bridge, shoulder to shoulder, letting none pass, laying down all kinds of fire, and tanking it too.
I’m tucked in between the big guys, taking out drones and finishing off rushers, enjoying the fireworks and thunder, but by the time we reach the enemy front line our iron curtain has fallen. Our team had vanished into powder and smoke. We had taken out two of theirs, and then they begin to tear me apart.
Phukit. I charge in, and I notice one other guy has survived in this little mutant hot-rod ahead of me. He’s getting ambushed, but he’s giving them hell. I dive in with him and some kind of violent ballet of mayhem begins. It was beautiful.
Somehow we killed them all except one guy who hobbled back to cap our base. Sure, it might have been swell if we killed them all, but it was too late. We owned their base.
I don’t know if either of us would have survived another shot. I was sure in bad shape, but grinning from ear to ear anyway.
Point is: Team work. That game was one of the most sold team efforts I’ve ever seen in the scrap yard, and as much fun as I’ve ever had here in the Wasteland.
That, and I have some salty things to say about this game every once in a while, and I’m always keen to land it here in the forum when I’m dissatisfied…not that the developers read it or anything (IDK), but that match was way too much fun not to thank the hosts for.
I’m not going to expect every match to be that kind of riot, but that one sure was, so…Thanks Devs. When you’re hot you’re hot.
There was an awesome team on the field too. Ya, Creepy gets a lot of credit (thanks, Creep), but if it wasn’t for that spooky wall of thunder escorting us across the bridge, I wouldn’t have made it, probably. It was definitely cool for a random group, so never mind that other guy who said XO players are a bunch of mouth-breathers (whatever, mr.). That game roster kiktass IMO. Thanks, for the company.