It’s Saturday morning, and I’m still thinking about our first Frag Doll Friday. I almost forgot that Halo2 could be fun. It was such a relief to hear people having fun even if they were on the losing team, and I have never enjoyed being owned so much in my life.
Frag Doll Fridays started off smoothly, we got everyone in the room within minutes, and luckily for me, I chose the winning team. The games were pure chaos! Sixteen players, shotguns only on Warlock – talk about mayhem. I kept my mouth shut, but I swear I assisted in twenty of my team’s deaths. Sorry to all, but hey I was confused. Lucky for red team we had CK Princess to make up for my lack of skill. If Frag Dolls US ever looks to expand she will be the first name I mention…
Second session for red team didn’t go over quite as well as far as winning goes, but we definitely made up for it with humor. I thought it was pretty funny when my team was asking me for strategies, me, the one Frag Doll who doesn’t even have the word ‘teamwork’ in her vocabulary. I started yelling random things like ‘Defense!’ or ‘Just don’t die!’ Sorry that I couldn’t be much of a leader, but when you have Toast Master sniping you in the head every three seconds after you spawn, it’s kind of hard to think. By the way, what the heck was Toast Master doing on the opposite team as me anyway? If I recall, he was on my friends list.
It’s cool though, I wouldn’t have had the teams any other way. I think Frag Doll Friday was a complete success; the Halo rage was left in matchmaking, and we all got to meet some wonderful people and game like gaming should be, for FUN!
Thank you to everyone that signed up and I hope that everyone had a BLAST! For the ones that were on my list that didn’t get a chance to play, just leave me a message and I will make you top priority on the next Frag Doll Friday (we should be playing Ghost Recon 2: Summit Strike!)
Oh, and BCA ,I know you didn’t think I was going to end this blog without calling you out, right? Just so everyone knows BCA (great sniper) switched to the winning team, the same team Toast Master was on. He claimed he needed to even the teams out. I see how it is, abandoning your team when they’re down.