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It was an ok day. Totally destroyed me for the last couple of days which is always tells me I have had a good game.
Shame about the cocks who didn't show up.
Rain was a fruity bun-loaf

All in all though it was a great to be back playing again. Looking forward to 20th March. Can't wait

Ps.Can we go back to the original warm up 3 Base  games I miss those.

So first game of 2016. Thought I'd start a thread as not much activity on the forums.

I'm excited  first game in a year for me. It's going to be wet wet wet.


Looking forward to seeing you all there.  :D

Makes sense to get some road under you. What's changing on the license front? Which Honda as if its the repsol replica then that thing has some tiny wheels just thicker than a mountainbike. Great little engine though. A bandit is so easy to service so will save you bucks if/when you get one and almost bullet proof. Good luck... I feel a dragon valley bike gang coming on.haha.

Have you thought about doing your direct access course to get a full licence.? You could get a bike that could fit you instead of trying to find a bike that you could fit on. Expensive initial ly but it will pay for itself as insurance premiums will be cheaper, the cost of the bikes could be cheaper ( can get a decent bandit for less than a grand) you will get more satisfaction from it and imho its safer to ride a bigger bike. More stability a d more power to get out of a tight spot( I don't mean running from police :D).
ts up to you of course but its something I always say to gents who are bigger and more mature.

Do you have a link to the listing?

 :bravo: that looking fruitopian awesome!! Well played. :bravo:

Dragon Valley / Re: Post Game Discussion- 29th July.
« on: July 29, 2012, 08:02:42 pm »
Wicked day today. Tired as sin now.
Awesome games , new areas are brilliant.
Food was great.
Thanks to the dv team for a great day.
Nice to see jeff out on the field for once.

Hope the guy who nearly snapped his neck off in the last game is ok.

Dragon Valley / Re: Trial of new "lives" rule - 22nd April
« on: July 02, 2012, 08:52:03 pm »
I don't like the idea of standing still in the middle of a firefight.
A few of the marshalls were making us go to certain point well away from where we were killed which seemed to work as by the time we got back the battlefield had changed.
Not a massive distance so the game still flows but enough so you are out of the way for a few minutes.
So maybe a fixed respawn point where the dead player has to go to respawn would be better than standing in the middle of bb hell.
Sometimes when hit out I like to stand back and watch the action especially if its been an intense firefight and I dont want to lose the ability to do that.
Still think 3 life rule is better than a rolling regen.

Dragon Valley / Re: 1st July game discussion
« on: July 02, 2012, 08:37:29 am »
Epic day. Brilliant good fun. Loved the new format to the staple 3 base game. Starting closer made it quicker nd much more intense.
All the games were really fun, I really liked the rolling objective of securing the pipeline.
Cakes and food were mighty good. Bakewell tart FTW!
Really good day thanks all.

Games and Gaming / Re: BATTLEFIELD 3
« on: June 30, 2012, 10:34:02 pm »
Havent gone premium yet. I stopped this for a while to go back to bf2 as the back to karkhand pack made me feel a bit of nostalgia. Any reports on the new close quarters maps. Are they as call of duty as i sadly imagine them to be?

Games and Gaming / Re: What are you listening to right now?
« on: June 30, 2012, 10:03:06 pm »
On the way home from work. Knuckledust - unbreakable. Perfect wind down music :D

General Discussion / Re: Lost Wallet
« on: June 04, 2012, 06:21:42 pm »
Phew :D

The Gearbox / Re: post rain.gun care.
« on: June 04, 2012, 05:50:02 pm »
I. took all of my.kit out when I got in last night so will put then in the airing cupboard when I finish work tonight. Sounds like a plan.
What's a good alternative for wd40 I have some stuff for the electrics on my bike but I think that will be to heavy for aegs.
Thanks again peeps.

The Gearbox / Wet weather AEG Maintenance
« on: June 04, 2012, 11:33:11 am »
As yesterday was the wettest dv I have played, my guns didn't like it so.much. so any post rain gun care tips would be appreciated.

Also after yesterday my mp5 is playing up, it fires sporadically on full auto and doesn't go on single shot any one know a fix
 Thanks guys.

Dragon Valley / Re: Post rain discussion
« on: June 04, 2012, 11:25:28 am »
Rain was fun.
Had a great game thanks to dv staff for a good day out.

I was getting annoyed at the apparent lack of hit taking then just realised that in bad weather you cant always be sure where your rounds end up, specially in the rain where the bbs just blend in to the rain drops. I just had to suck it up and rock on.
Loved the bit when I slipped into stingy nettles, my legs also liked that bit.

Can't wait for my next game. :D

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