[poll] skrim.

just wondering if we could hold a skrim. with the =(e)= vs the =(eG)= and =(eGO)=. to see how we work as a team also to see who reads the forums regularly plus i think i would
let so of the =(e)= meet members ya know to get a better feel of everyone. :) just a thought ive been kicking around let me know what you guys think. lol and be to harsh on me %-6
 
All good things come with time Omegablack. If we held that type of scrim, even fewer eGs and eGOs would be able to participate, because you'd be splitting those two groups between 16 players.
 
what about e's vrs eG's just once and had a council member or advisor sit in spec and watch and take pics? just to have one for the little e's
 
I love e's. Been wondering if this is possible myself, but the server slots problem that Wakka mentioned keeps getting in the way.
 
what if i could get a 64 man server for one night would you guys be interested. its a long shoot but i could try if enough ppl were willing
 
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you cant get a 64 man server on DoD, i've tried
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Yup, we'll be there in a few years.
 
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what about e's vrs eG's just once and have a council member or advisor sit in spec and watch and take pics? just to have one for the little e's

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let me restate what i said so see if anyone else thinks its a good idea
 
You could have a map rotation. 30 mins ava, 30 mins donner for instance. Each member can only participate in one of these sessions, meaning that 64 members can participate, potentially more if you increased the number of sessions/time available to play?
 
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what about e's vrs eG's just once and had a council member or advisor sit in spec and watch and take pics? just to have one for the little e's

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Then there should be e vs eGO too...
 
Probably the easiest way to make it fair for everyone would be to have a scrim one night with =(e)='s vs the =(eG)='s then a few nights later we could hold a scrim with the =(e)='s vs the =(eGO)='s. The real question is, would there be enough interest from the =(e)='s?
 
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