This is Robert Stewart with hill13.com. We
are going to talk a little bit conceptually about the game trophy hunter. We will not
be referring to the map this time because it is really not about the geography, it is
really about the zen of the hunter. One thing you need to remember, no one is on your team.
No one has your back. So the way you conduct yourself on the field is going to have a lot
to do with whether you spend a lot of time sitting down, losing trophies to other players,
or whether you spend a lot of time creeping up to players you have just eliminated to
get their trophies. This comes down to, especially in woodsball, your field craft, your ability
to hide and your ability to stalk. That requires that you stay quiet, you stay down and you
keep your eyes open, and you wait to take your shots. Every time you fire, you are giving
away your own position. That means that other hunters are going to come to you. Rather you
should spend your time trying to find a good place that is not a bunker that gives you
some level of natural cover, some sort of cover on at least one flank. This allows you
to find that location where other players will hopefully move through and you will be
able to eliminate them first.