With me, I find a good enthusiasm for history, geography, and all-round weaponry as well. I have kept the weaponry realistic, but at least to an extent where we can all have a firm base of knowledge. I'm not expecting everyone to know about undergassing, and overgassing weaponry to change a fire-rate, not to mention the varieties of other things you can do to abuse them to shit.
With me, I really would like to do airsoft myself- a specific mate of mine said that I would really enjoy it, and that I should come down with him to do it sometime. I think that with my RP style, I really like military- style combat, but I do have a few funny niches inside of that that I like to RP sometimes. I really like doing near-future RP, and I think Alternate History also appeals to me. I think that 1x1 RPs are my favorite- and this being one of the first group RPs I've pulled off as a massive success, I can say that it's going really well. I think that I stuck to the ideals of having a MOH-style thought to it, but I have been influenced by other video games (Battlefield being one that I actively play and like), my own previous knowledge, and any other ideas that you've thrown at me (along with a few films, which I guess help me with ideas on how to flesh out the psychology of Jan's character in further addition). However, I would say that I really have tried to keep a consistent and believable world- I know that there will be moments which chances are, Special Forces teams won't do- yet I don't want to make this as realistic as say, Operation Flashpoint. It's good, don't get me wrong, but I'd feel like a bit of a killjoy if that was what each of our missions were. I want this to be authentic- believable, in the sense that you feel immersed in the world your character's in, and that it makes sense, rather than being a constant clusterfuck like COD. Don't get me wrong here- there's action, and when it comes to it, it really hits, making for a genuinely epic moment that really entices you and forces your character to react. I want it to be that your character is really feeling, doing and fighting the war on terror with a genuine reason, and a soul inside the soldier that you have. Rather than just killing lots of people, because, I don't know, it's enjoyable- you do it because it's kill or be killed- and you have to, because they're between you and the objective. I guess that Pakistan was pulled off extremely well- I'm so glad you reacted to it in the way you did, and wanted it to come. Turkey will be back to the regular combat we do- but I think it will make for some good stealth to be pulled off, along with the fact that we're getting in a HALO jump (which I tell you, I really wanted to see in this RP). I think that with the general plot I have in mind, I have thought a lot on what will be going on. Copenhagen is a mere two weeks away after Turkey- and despite that sounding like a lot of time, it's only a matter of weeks between the team fighting in a Afghani/Pakistani valley, and on the streets of a snowed-over Copenhagen fighting an insurgency. Don't get me wrong- I know that is pushing it, but I genuinely think that it will be a really enticing ride till then- and possibly after that, we could carry on.