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Wait.. How is he a sore loser?... He won.. They then cornered him and shot him a bunch of times... I don't understand how you could possibly think he is a sore loser....

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Exactly! Pick up your gun, man! And fight! You may be outnumbered! You may end up losing and being in pain! But dammit, take a few of them with you! I'm talking neck shots! Shoot their mask so they can't see! Shoot their hands so they can't hold the gun. You're in close quarters and you will be shot! But go down swinging!

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When being brutally assaulted with paintballs at a close range, all you can do is assume the fetal position and scream, "STAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHP!!!!!!!!!!" There is no fighting back.

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#34. What? Why just roll over and let them shoot you repeatedly? The level of hostility was set by them, I'm merely saying meet it guns blazing. Have you been shot by a paintball at close range? It leaves nice big round welts, my marks didn't fully disappear for nearly two weeks. So yes, I'd think meeting them with equal aggression is the best coarse of action.

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Best in retrospect, yes. When people corner you like that, you keep hoping they'll just shoot you once or twice each "for balance". Unless you have training for this sort of stuff, you won't be able to control it in the moment.

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  Isa_fml

So you've never been outside, then.

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Yeah, weird. It's almost like forests aren't two-dimensional and can have impassable terrain features and man-made structures in them. But that'd just be silly.

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From having reffed at a paintball field for years I can say welts are not the same as bruises. Most shots just leave a red circle of swollen skin and that's what we typically call a welt, not many actually cause bruising, which usually refers to subcutaneous bleeding.

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