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Monday, December 31, 2007

Happy New Year 2008

Whether you noticed or not, it's been almost 2 years already since Villain Paintball has started. Since then, we've made and sold our own paintball video and recently, taking up paintball photography. Along the way we encounter people who helped us in ways more than we could asked for. To the readers, players & others who came up and telling us that they've enjoyed this blog, we thank you guys too. Without you, there's no way it has become to what it is now. Looking forward in getting more cool stuffs in here.

Happy New Year 2008!

Sunday, December 30, 2007

MY-NPL'07 -Super 7 -30th December 2007

Interesting stuffs regarding this event - scroll down for details

Team Registration Opens for MY-NPL'07 Super7

MY-NPL HQ & Tactical Action are pleased to announce venue & date and division, prizes & fees for the MY-NPL'07 Super7. For more information on registration details, please read below.

Team Registration:
No over the phone confirmation of registrations. All entries must be paid through online or cheque only. Registration must be submited on/before 27th December 2007.

Division Pendekar
Open to all teams in Malaysia & Asean region.
Electronic markers with semi auto/NPPL mode only/allowed.
Not more than 10 active players in the roster.

1st : 40cases Paintball of 2000 rounds (Value @ RM8,000.00) + Medal & Trophy
2nd: 30cases Paintball of 2000 rounds (Value @ RM6,000.00) + Medal
3rd: 20cases Paintball of 2000 rounds (Value @ RM4,000.00) + Medal
4th: Medal only

Division Pendekar Registration Fees: RM700.00

Division Pahlawan
Open to all Div 3 & 4 teams in Malaysia only.
(NO Div1 & 2 players allowed)
Electronic markers with semi auto/NPPL mode only/allowed.
Not more than 10 active players in the roster.

1st: 25cases Paintball of 2000 rounds (Value @ RM5,000.00) + Medal & Trophy
2nd: 20cases Paintball of 2000 rounds (Value @ RM4,000.00) + Medal
3rd: 15cases Paintball of 2000 rounds (Value @ RM3,000.00) + Medal
4th: Medal only

Division Pahlawan Registration Fees: RM350.00

Prizes from division less than 10 teams will be deduct 30%.

Paintball pellets will be subsidies by the presenters at RM30.00/case of 2000rounds. This means that teams will only need to pay RM200.00/case.

How to Pay by Mail
Send Money Order, made out to Tactical Action Sdn. Bhd., to:

Tactical Action Sdn. Bhd.
MY-NPL'07 -Super7 (Team Registration)
25, Jalan Damar, SD15/1, Bandar Sri Damansara,
52200 Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia.
Tel: 03-6277 7779, Fax: 03-6277 7711

Be sure to include Team Name, Division, Captain's Name and contact information (Mailing address, phone and email address).

Super 7 Event Information

29th December 2007
1700hrs to 1900hrs Saturday (Field Walking)
2000hrs to 2130hrs Saturday (Team's Captain Meeting)
30th December 2007
0800hrs to 1700hrs Sunday (Finals held on-site at approx. 1500hrs)
2000hrs onwards Prizes giving in Planet Hollywood.

Malaysian Paintball Academy (MAPAAC), Kompleks Sukan Astaka, Petaling Jaya.

More information regarding MY-NPL coming event, please visit Please stay tuned to the Events Info!

or contact: -
Mr. Sofian Daud (MY-NPL Tournament Director)
H/P: 016-332 3337
Tel: 03-6277 7779, Fax: 03-6277 7711
E-mail: or

Mr. YP Wong - 016-332 3370, 019-983 3370
Mr. Azam - 016-332 3371, 012-381 5690
Mr. Muhsin - 016-227 0338, 017-285 0980
Ms. WH Ling - 016-262 2623, 012-369 3091

Want to be MY-NPL official feeder events? Please contact us.

After the preliminaries, teams will move on to the next round in a knock-out phase. Top 8 teams will move on and the fixture are as follows:

1st - 8th
2nd - 7th
3rd - 6th
4th - 5th

This is also to ensure that no 'match-fixing' can take place in the usual QFs grouping stage. Super! I think this is much better!

Monday, December 17, 2007

Banstarz Paintball Production - My-NPL DVDs on Sale Now!

On Sale Now for only RM25!
MY-NPL Kuala Lumpur
MY-NPL Kuantan
MY-NPL Klang

coming soon
MY-NPL Melaka
MY-NPL Grand Finale Petaling Jaya

To order please call Shaiful Hady Ahmad at +6016-3799466 or email him.

More info on Banstarz

Thursday, December 13, 2007

WCA - The Inside Stories

WCA – World Cup Asia Paintball tournament was deemed the biggest event for the 2007 tournament seasons. It was indeed a long awaited event which brings together paintballers from all across Asia if not from all around the world. The word WORLD brings the tournament to a higher significant level. Participants came from all over Asia countries, anticipating somewhat a higher if not a world class tournament. The infamous Reaper, Datis, Global Gutz, Sydney Shock and Ku to name a few, joined our local teams like Raskal, Zealous, Ballbusters, Nemesis, Demonz and Demonz Red to compete in an International level tournament organized by our very own local organizer.

The promotions, the advertisements and the parties held were almost grandeur. The registration fees and even the ID tag cost a bomb. This year around, we were surprised with MISS WCA Pageant, a pleasant one to all the drooling guys. With that all in lined, everyone was expecting a smooth and well planned event.
But despite all that glitter and hype, many unwanted incidents and mishaps happened during the laborious 3 days.

On the first day, only division 3 teams were scheduled to play, with 12 games for round 1. Games were all behind schedule even when players were called for back to back games. We were provided with a compressor and 3 fill stations that can produce 4500psi but it was hardly reaching 4000 psi most of the time. It even came to a point where we could only get up to 2800psi. Perhaps Ego, DMs, MARQs and DROIDS users could do with that amount of air pressure, but to Shocker users, it’s suicidal from the starting gate. This incident happened not once or twice, but maybe to every Shocker users. There were only 3 fill stations to support hundreds of players lining up to fill up their tanks. The commotions have even started from there.

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There were 20 teams participating in Division 3 and to go for another round of games before quarter finals was incongruous. The best of 16 teams after the preliminary rounds were scheduled to play for second round of games at 4.15pm, but somehow it was dragged to 7.30pm. The pro-longed demo games were largely to be blamed, some says. 6 teams played in the dark, with only 2 spotlights from one side switched on, leaving the other side of the field totally gloomy. Meaning to say, whoever was playing on that side are better off dead than shooting blindly, because they can hardly see a thing. Right after these “guinea pig” teams finished their games of “darkness” no team wanted to play. Everyone gathered and protested. Finally they gave in, and division 3 round 2 games were supposed to start at 7.00 am the next morning. Players complied without any fuss and came as early as 5.30 the next morning. But organizers were late again. There’s no telling that the teams had to be in the next game even before they finished their current game.

Medical teams were not fully prepared and competent enough to support the injured players. There was a time when one of the Japanese team players had a strain and no one was able to help her out. Luckily, one of Datis players is a doctor and he came to the rescue. There were a few more episode of incompetent medical team but this was the only one I witnessed.

Pellets price were also increased at the very last day, with the excuse given that they ran out of stocks for the RM235 pellets. Qualified teams for the third day had to pay extra RM30 for each boxes, somehow it felt rather like a punishment than a reward by qualifying to finals. If more profits are what the organizers are seeking for, shouldn’t the unnecessary round of games for all divisions make up to it? Perhaps I am in no position to ask or to judge the experienced businessmen.

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One of our very well known photographers was somehow prohibited to take pictures for the WCA. He threaten to boycott the event along with other photographer for being insulted such way by an arrogant scallywag who told him off. Only after being cajoled by the organizers that he agreed to forget about the unpleasant episode and continue shooting pictures.

Have I mentioned albeit the high-priced registration fees and pellets, players were placed in an undersized tent, which to be shared with other four teams. If organizer’s intention was to let them mingle, they definitely have achieved their objective. A few international players was so “contented” with the whole situation they just had to leave earlier, with fond memories and treasured experience carved on their mind.

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After 3 days of bathing under inconsistent rainy and sunny weather, players were worn out and dead beat and winners were hoping to feel revived and recharged during the players party held for prize giving ceremony. Exasperated and cheesed off, most of the players did not even get the FREE drinks as promised by the organizers. When asked to the lady in charged, she effortlessly told me she ran out of coupons and did not know what to do. What mere humble beings such as yours truly can do but to bite my lips and walk away? The ladies could get away with free drinks but the guys had to share drinks with their girlfriends, if they brought along any.

The prize giving ceremony was not efficiently worked out despite Yosh Rau giving away kisses on the cheeks to winners. 3rd place winner was asked to give out a speech but 2nd place was not. It was all haywire.

Overall champion, be it for Division 3, 2 or 1 should be treated equal not lesser. Zealous won the overall champion for Division 3. But despite being awarded and presented with medals or trophy, they were left high and dry on stage much to their embarrassment. They looked to each other and wonder why were there no prizes given? It was such a unique way to honour a team of talented players. If there were no prizes or medals allocation for them, why were they called up on stage? The team had enough of publicity they don’t need a substandard one.

I did not stay long for the party as it has lost its essence to most of us. I presumed the MISS WORLD CUP PAGEANT was their peak event that night, hence all attention, and spotlight was for that particular affair.

Perhaps I did not give enough credits to the organizers for throwing away free caps to players that nite, for inviting hunky PRO Players to the event, but it doesn’t make any of these forgettable. To the organizers, players are your customers, your source of income. Once they are bitten, they’ll think more than twice to come back for your tournaments. They do not asked for much, just mutual appreciation and resoect. Despite the huge amount of money spent and only a molecule of return of investments, they were still there to support you.
Let’s pray everyone get their prizes accordingly this time.
Keeping my finger crossed!

DQR – No More Drama!

Monday, December 10, 2007

World Cup Asia - The Conclusion

REAPER! Aauuu!!

(okay, that sounds weird on writing, but trust me.. they sound pretty nasty in real life)

LOL! I'm on leave today, so I can't process my photos yet. My PC here at home just couldn't handle the amount of data. So, i'll post some tomorrow instead, when I'm back at office.

Okay, I'll be editing the photos thoughout the week, beginning with the banner.

Oh, by the way, here are the results:

Div 1
1. Team Reaper (South Africa)
2. Team Datis (Iran)
3. Team Alien 11 (Thailand)

Div 2
1. Team Nemesis (Malaysia)
2. Team Anti-Heroes (USA)
3. Team Demonz Red (Malaysia)

Div 3
1. Team Zealous (Malaysia)
2. Team Sogo Ballbusters (Malaysia)
3. Team CRV (Malaysia)

Overall PALS champion
Div 1 - Team Datis (Iran)
Div 2 - Team Global Gutz (Philippines)
Div 3 - Team Zealous (Malaysia)

Congratz to the winners. It's nice to see MY-NPL teams came out tops!

I'm still processing the photos, so they'll be gradually added to the gallery. Keep on checking guys!

Gallery - Saturday (168 photos!) Pheeww!...

Gallery - Sunday (194 photos! - I'm done)

Any feedbacks, comments & experience on WCA you'd like to share with everyone, please do so and use the comment link below.

Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Villain 1on1 Challenge - Videos

Well here's the videoclip you guys been waiting for.The 1st clip was simple but the 2nd clip took me almost the whole night to finish plus the rendering was a #&^$^.Had a lot of trouble to convert the finish file into a smaller one.Anyway, enjoy.

Just in
The 3rd & final video clip is up.There were a few minor rendering problems effecting the smoothness of the video in some parts.Too lazy to redo it so don't be a whiner & just accept it as it is muahahahaha.

Part 1 - Registration & Smacktalk time (File Size 3mb)

Part 2 - Attack Mode (File Size 34mb)

Part 3 - Black Maria (File Size 18.1mb)

Monday, December 03, 2007

Villain 1on1 Challenge Series - The Conclusion!

Started quiet slow in the morning, but soon the pace of the tournament picking up. Few suprises along the way as some non-D1 players kicked others butt to move into the quarterfinals. Special mention to Jon & Joeharn. Great stuff, or you guys just having some really really good luck?

Out of 19 contestants, 8 made it throught to the QFs. Surprisingly, names like Terry & JR failed to advance. Hehehe. Here's the first time a 3-way elimination format (of course, at the discretion of the organiser) were made to choose the Semifinalist. Players drew sticks, whoever has the shortest will have to start from the center 50s, where its vulnerable to threats from left and right. This happened for both SFs bracket.

In the finals, KK from Delta Rovers faces the only female contestant Rina from Sogo Ballbusters. KK won. Rina was impressive.

Photos and videos will be posted every now and then. We had a great tourney, hopefully next month it'll be much smoother and better. Thanks to all for making this happened. Thank you players, Wong, Alan Ronin, MAPAAC & MACDEV... and many more.

Gallery 1

Gallery 2 (NEW!)