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One of the most common paintball games is elimination.Therefore, we have decided to make it our first paintball strategies page. Exciting right? Ok maybe it's not that exciting, but it's better than reading about socks. Alrighty then, onto the stuff: Elimination:Partners -It's really a pretty simple game, probably the first you'll play. It was for me. Everyone starts out with one life all across the field, then it's a hectic free for all until everyone is shot or out of ammo. Rules: Free for all, this should be kind of simple, basically in regular elimination there are no teams or allies, so it's just you and your marker. One strike, you're out, unlike baseball, in most free for all elimination games, if you get shot once anywhere on your person, INCLUDING your gun, you're out for the rest of the game. NO respawns, as stated above, if you're shot, that's it. Hey, at least you're not dead though right? Strategies: Look twice before crossing the courtyard, sound familiar? Something your mom used to say about the street? While it sounds corny, it's actually kind of important. You need to stay aware of your surroundings and look before you leap. Your biggest advantage will be surprise, so find your enemy before he/she finds you. Play smart, while it's fun to rush in guns blazing you'll generally just get shot by the smarter guy who heard/saw you coming and waited for you to walk right into him. There are times when a mad rush is required, but this is really something you should save for a game where you respawn. Conserve Ammo, (optional) Well, this kind of depends on how you play, if you carry extra ammo on the field like I do, then it's not as much of a worry, then again, every shot you take that misses is money wasted, so I'd try to only shoot at what you can hit. Stay mobile, you never want to sit and camp in the same place the whole game, while this seems to work in video games, it's really just a bad idea. If you keep moving, you'll hopefully keep people from sneaking up on you and you'll be able to see the field as it changes. Ok the field doesn't physically change, save perhaps for bunkers that change color when they're shot, but what I mean is what's going on will change, the action, where people are concentrated. If you hide out in a bunker all day you'll have no idea what's happening around you and remember, ignorance is NOT bliss in paintball.

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