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Posted by Elessar21CW on 04-12-2004 09:04 PM:

Desert Combat League/Tournament

There's also a great tournament for Desert Combat that's been up now for about a year and a half - it's a very mature and organized tournament, it's had time to work kinks out of the structure. It's called 21st Century Warfare and it's a modern-day fascimile of the US Armed Forces conflict in the Middle East against the Opposition Forces.

The tournament is pay-to-play and I can promise you 100% worth it, I've been in the tournament now for almost a year and it's a wonderful gaming experience. The cost for the gaming is $3 per "Campaign" and one campaign lasts for 8 weeks. There is one 50-person battle per weekend for 12 hours where you can come and go as you please to play. It's great because there's a realistic rank structure in place and it's really treated like a militaristic rank structure, it's a BLAST. If you're into Desert Combat I VERY HIGHLY recommend you at least trying this tournament out for the measly $3.

If you're interested check it out here:

Posted by Anthos on 04-12-2004 09:16 PM:

That sounds pretty cool.


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Posted by Squirre1 on 04-13-2004 09:31 AM:

you mean an actual battle larger then 32 players...

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Posted by WaRMaN on 04-13-2004 05:46 PM:

it's really treated like a militaristic rank structure

OK, I have been in the Air Force for 12 years, and have never heard the word militaristic. Way to go on the new word

Sounds cool - and only $3.

Posted by Elessar21CW on 04-14-2004 02:50 AM:

Just so you know I didn't make up a word:


adj : imbued with militarism

Glorification of the ideals of a professional military class.
Predominance of the armed forces in the administration or policy of the state.
A policy in which military preparedness is of primary importance to a state.

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It's a great tourney, I hope that those who join go Coalition so you can play in my Division!
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Posted by Anthos on 04-14-2004 06:44 AM:

Don't mind him, Elessar. He doesn't get out much, so he's not really up with all the current events, like new words and such.


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