None of us know. Seriously. Think less and play more. The more you play, the better you'll get. And most importantly, have fun whether you're doing well or not. Some of my favorite airsoft memories are from trying to pull of ridiculous moves and failing miserably. But if it's fun, who cares?
Post by karasutomoe on Apr 15, 2011 14:59:56 GMT -5
I guess what I'm worried about is limiting my potential by the way I choose to play. It's fun to operate alongside my teammates, but it sounds like that might end up bogging things down if I'm not on the same page as everyone else, or vice versa.
The only way you can bog things down while playing along another team, is if you don't follow an order they may give you. Nothing makes me angrier when a random guy that's tagging along with my fireteam doesn't do what he's told.
Bottom line is....you don't necessarily have to be on the ''same page'' as someone if your tagging along with them, but you do need to know how to take orders.
It sounds to me like you are thinking about it way too much.
I'm not sure where you play, but do they play games with unlimited respawn such as capture the flag? They are a great way to get some practice because you can screw up a whole bunch and you just respawn and try again. If the place you play doesn't have a game with unlimited respawns talk to the owner and see if they will run them. Then, go nuts. It's the only way you will get better. If you get shot just try a different route. After being hit a few thousand times you will get better.