They all either set up visual commands for communicating with eachother, or use FRS radios to coordinate attacks and defense. Every boardroom on the planet had small touches to make it more liveable. I find it highly durable, too. Psychological warfare emerged: Red and Blue graffiti and slogans was splashed on every outer wall and inside the inner strongholds, and one night the Reds moved the majority of their number to the rooftops to sing out a droning, eerie version of the campus song for an hour while tiny strike forces dispatched Blues in the darkness.
The notion of a "misconceptions" section reeks of propaganda. On my SINGLE DAY of paintball, we managed to beat some teams that obviously invested significantly in the game both in terms of their weapons and time, as we could see from their equipment and uniforms.
Bladestorm First of all, there's nothing remotely "encyclopedic" about wikipedia.
Or are you going to acknowledge that, in some situations, the game can very much resemble warfare? While this means that it only comes with a semi-auto firing mode, I still find it beneficial because compared to some electrical guns, this one lasts longer.