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  1. Beginnings

    I started my FPS days playing Unreal Tournament when I received the games for free from Dell because it took them forever to fix my computer. I then discovered mods installed Tactical Ops, which was a mod until it was released as a stand alone version. Tactical Ops was going up against Counter strike but with far less numbers. It was fun none the less.

    Couple of years later, I was watching, reading, and hearing stories about this new game Battlefield 1942. They kept saying that it was a wide open maps and you can do whatever you want. After installing the game on my PC, I found myself to be a complete noob to the game. Playing single player on one of the maps, I was so afraid of the bots and didn't understand the concept of how to win in this new game. Couple of months later, I went back to it and started playing multiplayer and it was actually fun.

    Then the days of Desert Combat came, when I found that this game can even be more cooler. I was fascinated by the jets and their realistic sounds. Everything about the mod was awesome, with every new patch release it seemed the game was a dream coming true. I was so good at the game that I was offered to join a clan.

    CLAN DAYS

    After joining the clan, Desert Combat leagues and tournaments were somewhat new and clans were just starting to join to compete. Our clan was named Network of Exceeding Tactics or simply [:NET:]. I was the co-founder of that clan. It was just me, the leader and couple of other guys that went out and recruited people for that clan.

    We started scrimming clans to see where we stood. It was a surprise to found out that we can beat top clans with impressive 40-2 records. That is when we decided to join Caleague for Desert Combat, during that season we went undefeated with 12 record wins. We were beat by the best DC clan at that time, which was Mafia Nation. It was in the second season of Caleague that we won our first champsionship.

    During that time, I was the head guy for our website and would work on it all the time, releasing new designs and updating our site. We also scrimmed 21CW, which I remember was Cleardark and some other guys from campaign 7 playing. We beat them on El al no problem.


    21CW Days

    Before joining 21CW, I was in the Napalm Tournament for Battlefield Vietnam, it was then that I found that my skills as a ground guy were far better than most of the guys that were playing there. I wasn't the best guy, I was just the guy that could kill more and faster other guys. I heard about 21CW through some of the guys there and thought it I should give it a chance as this tournament wasn't doing too good.

    I joined 21CW during the 6th campaign, but I never really played any battle. It was the 7th campaign on Coal B with Gen Zorb and Col Dirtghost that I started playing. I was with the Golf company and during my first battles, I was able to hold off Opp attacks all by myself and it felt like 21CW were such noobs and couldn't do stuff themselves. I was reinforcing Coal A numerous times, even sneaking into battle without asking the General or any of the guys, and they wouldn't even know I came in without any permission. I was so sneaky that when I heard they needed someone to drop, I would drop, or if someone needed to come in. Most of the time I did ask, but on few occasions I was just going to flags with them and helping them take it.

    I decided to join airforce for Coal B only because the pilots that were there was were far worse than noobs playing on servers. I found the bomber to be really easy and was "poping" tanks from high alt no problem. I was also somehow good at jet fighters, but I preferred to be in the bomber. I transfered to Coal A during campaign 9 because Coal B skill level and attitude was garbage than that of Coal A which was funny and skillful.

    Since then, I always stayed on Coal A, where I was everything from pvt to Ssgt, Lt to Captain, and even played as a MajorGeneral on the worst losing campaign due to extremely low numbers of the division.

    I was never a Captain of a line company, only for Airforce which only had 2 below me. Until Gen Wargasm put me as a Cpt of Bravo.
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