“Anti-Tank” players are players who are orientated and equiped to knock out bunkers, airships/planes, and constructs on the playing field. All factions players who wish to play “Anti-Tank” roles will have a choice between two unit types with the following traits and restrictions:
Battle Mages are powerful casters who have proved their worth in combat during the Great War, knocking out lumbering war machines, massive battle tanks, and destroying fortresses with powerful spells. The equipment of a Battle Mage is simple: a sidearm and a mage’s staff.
Battle Mages fire a unique color of AT Paint from their pistols and must score a hit on a vehicle’s “kill stickers” to eliminate the construct.
There will be a contest for the player who creates the most creative and epic mage’s staff during the player party.
Battle Mage’s must adhere to the following rules:
(1.) Battle Mages must carry a paintball pistol with standard capacity magazines for their Anti-Tank Marker.
(2.) Battle Mages must have a “Mage’s Staff” which must be decorated with some kind of “focus item” which allows the mage to focus their power. Items can be just about anything the mage wants, and staffs can be decorated and made as creatively as the player wishes. Some focus item examples include: orbs, jewels, crystals, snow-globes, and skulls.
Construct Busters are descended from traditional missile-men from the armies of the World-That-Was. They use equipment ranging from ancient “Bazookas” and “Piats” to magically enhanced, steam-powered, rail-guns of extreme fire-power.
AT-Weapons fire a unique color of AT Paint and must score a hit on a vehicle’s “kill stickers” to eliminate the construct.
There will be a contest during player party for the player with the most creative marker design.
Construct Busters’ markers must adhere to the following rules:
(1.) Markers MUST be made to resemble some form of real-world or fantasy anti-tank weapon.
Real World Examples: Bazooka, Panzerfaust, RPG-7, PIAT
Fantasy Examples: Gauss Rifle, Steam Cannon, Plasma Cannon, Las-Cannon
(2.) Markers be made to have a minimum length of 39 Inches.
*Note: this does not mean barrel length, but overall length. Most players who build AT weapons put markers in PVC Tubes to resemble Bazooka tubes
(3.) Markers may only have a 10 Round Capacity, firing from a traditional “10 Round Tube”