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Operation Scimitar – Okto Eight MilSim

Sat, 28th November - Sun, 29th November

£45
Op-Scimitar
PRICE £85
In all cases, team places must be reserved with a £45 non-refundable deposit – no walk on available.
We have a finite number of places available for this event so bookings are on a first come, first served basis. If you are serious about playing, you are advised to get your deposit in early, to secure the team of your choice.
Players must be 18 years of age or over – we may ask for proof.

Children aged 16 and over are allowed to play providing they are accompanied by a playing parent or legal guardian.
Okto Eight is the phonetic for the number eight when radio atmospherics turn to little more than mush.
The number eight is key to an organisation that creates eight-hour Milsims; military simulation games involving Airsoft Replica Imitation Firearms, uniforms, movie roleplay and a fair smattering of smoke, props and things that go bang.
Total immersion is the watchword and Okto Eight engage their clients months before the action begins, with news reports and intelligence, building up to an action-packed climax.
Join in now, leave work and stress behind and become somebody else for a weekend.
Take on the mantle of a Special Forces operative, Private Military Contractor, or an armed Tribal Herdsman for a straight eight hours in theatre; blood, guts and glory. At the end of the Saturday game, go home or back to your motel, have a hot shower and sleep soundly in a soft bed. If you’re keen, you can camp over on the Saturday night and forego the shower and soft bed in favour of more realistic conditions. Battle recommences on Sunday morning for another eight hours straight.
Operation Scimitar
Backstory…
In the previous episode, Phoenix PMC managed to steal the formula for ZPAP 55; a volatile purple liquid nerve gas which attacks the human nerve system and can kill very quickly. Once the victim succumbs, it leaves no trace, making the area safe to occupy by invading troops; a great way to clear areas of unwanted occupants or visitors.
In Operation Scimitar, the action moves to Libya.

The “Tizzit” are an indigenous people, who have occupied North Africa for 3,000 years. They are a proud race, with their own language and customs. Colonel Gaddafi, the former dictator of Libya did his best to eradicate them, but instead he ended up eradicated himself, throwing Libya into a terrible civil war in the ensuing power struggle attempting to fill the vacuum he left behind.

Libya is currently being fought over by the LNA and the GNA, together with a multitude of smaller warlords and factions; fragmented like a broken mirror. The developed world watches the chaos from the side-lines and different countries back one opponent or the other in a proxy war of so-called civilised countries. Meanwhile, civilians suffer and migrants flee for safer shores.

Almukhtar is a warlord in western Libya and has engaged Phoenix to use ZPAP 55 to destroy the Tizzit. Almukhtar wants to strike them so hard, with such finality, that these indigenous people are unable to offer further resistance and surrender their gas-rich homeland to him. Phoenix are promised Gold as a down payment with a share in the gas riches once the job is finished.
The LNA are supported by many countries including Russia and Egypt. However, the UN, including the UK and the USA support their opponent, the GNA.

Fearing genocide of an already endangered people and the loss of Libyan gas reserves to Russia, NATO need to act, but cannot afford to get embroiled in open war and the expense that will entail after the financial destruction of COVID19.

The JTF SF unit are despatched to Libya to support the Tizzit and combat both Almukhtar and his Phoenix “ronin”. The Tizzit are herdsmen, often with facial tattoos and who engage in strange tribal customs. However, armed with weapons fresh from NATO armouries, they face a fight to the death, to protect their loved ones and all they stand for – their very existence.

Will Almukhtar finish what Gaddafi started? Will ZPAP 55 finally be released in a cloud of purple, laying waste to western Libya or will the JTF save the day?

Operation Scimitar will be an adrenaline fuelled weekend of tactics, asymmetrical warfare and role-play and is to be the ninth game in this exciting Bad-To-The-Bone series.
Initial information is already posted on the Okto Eight Facebook page in the form of news clippings.
Once you decide who you will fight for and pay your deposit, you will receive access to a secret Facebook page which will give you access to top secret reports and emerging information. At this time, you can also communicate on a secure “comms” link to your team mates and discuss tactics. The other forces won’t see your comms or intel. If you aren’t a Facebook user, we can arrange to send the information to you by e-mail. This information will not be available on the public OEM Facebook page and it will not be accessible until a player has booked and paid a booking deposit.

Loadouts
Okto Eight strives for realism and immersion at their events. Loadouts are carefully planned and thought out to emphasise this and at the same time, reduce friendly fire. Please DO adhere to the guidelines – your lack of attention in this regard could cause confusion in the heat of battle and spoil the fun for yourself and others.
SPECIAL FORCES
  • MTP MTP
  • Multicam Multicam (arid, alpine and black not acceptable)
  • Tropic Multicam Tropic Multicam
  • Flecktarn Flecktarn
  • Concamo Concamo
  • AOR1 AOR1
Top and Bottom in matching camouflage – assault vests and chest rigs can be matching camo or solid green or tan – plate carriers ideal.
SF weaponry such as M4, HK416/7, or SCAR etc
Headgear required – helmets, green or black watch caps or boonies only.
PHOENIX PMC
Top and bottom in solid colours such as green/olive drab, grey, black or tan.
Casual style – cargo or tactical trousers with fleece, T-shirt or soft-shell jacket – no jeans.
Boots to be tactical – no trainers.
Headgear – baseball caps only – must be plain.
Plate carriers, chest rigs or assault vests.
Weapons can be eastern bloc or western, but think military or law enforcement – no gold AK’s.
TIZZIT
Civilian clothes of the poor. Can include Jeans, tracksuits, etc. Tatty, unkempt.
Preferably as few block colours as possible, bright colours are good.

Or:

50% old school camo (trousers or top, but not both) – DPM, DDPM, M81, Russian or more unusual camos (not MTP or Multicam).
Headwear should be beanies or civilian or patrol caps (no baseball caps).
Load bearing kit if needed should be holsters, satchels, belts, shoulder slings, bandoliers etc.
Weapons are ideally SMGs, pistols, simple assault rifles without furniture etc.

Rules
A full ruleset will be sent to each player by e-mail once deposited but a simple overview with primary rules listed for game assessment is as follows:
Primary rules…
Players must be 18 years of age or over – we may ask for proof.
Children aged 16 and over are allowed to play providing they are accompanied by a playing parent or legal guardian.
No Two Tone Weapons
Guns in auto mode are allowed, but must NOT be fired for more than a 2 second burst to prevent overkill.
Only Single Shot (semi-auto) should be used inside buildings or when firing in through doors or windows.
All weapons must fire within our standard limits (based on 0.2g ammo) which are:

  • <350 fps – All guns including hand carried support weapons
  • <370 fps – Fixed/mounted/deployed MGs
  • <420 fps – Single shot DMR (real world, not an M4 with a scope)
  • <500 fps – single shot Bolt Action (Electric should have a mosfet delay fitted)
Engagement range for qualified weapons over 350 fps is 30m.
Players are allowed to carry a maximum of 600 rounds loaded in magazines (low-caps and/or mid-caps only – no high-caps allowed) or a maximum of 1000 rounds loaded in a box magazine for an AEG support weapon. Box Magazines are only allowed if they are used on Support Weapons such as Minimi/M249/GPMG/M60 etc.
No more than 60 rounds should be loaded in each rifle magazine.
Players may carry up to 3 Pistol magazines on their person.
Pyro must not be thrown at a live target and players shouldn’t touch any pyro not owned by them.
ANY heavy cased pyro must be under-arm rolled or dropped ONLY – NO FLIGHT TIME!
BB Claymore and powder mines must not be set up to hit above 3ft from the ground.
No homemade pyro devices are allowed.
Mark 5 Thunderflash or Reusable grenades using 9mm blanks or 209 shotgun primers only.
Electrically activated maroons are allowed, when detonated by radio or pressure plates. Trip wires are not allowed. Pyro should be no larger than Mk3 for this. Areas where they are activated should be clearly marked by minefield cautions or “Danger” tape on stakes surrounding the area.
All players need to bring a single personal bandage.
KILL RAGS will be supplied and used.
Use of radios is encouraged and radio nets will be maintained by the organiser. Players wishing to participate should bring a personal BaoFeng radio or similar.
YOU MUST BRING YOUR OWN BANDAGE (we will still supply a kill rag if you don’t have one from previous games).

DO NOT BOOK A TICKET UNLESS YOU CAN COMPLY WITH THE LOADOUT AND RULE REQUIREMENTS

Tickets

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NATO JTF SF deposit (£85 ticket)
Deposit for NATO JTF SF team - £40 to pay on arrival.
£ 45.00
0 available
Sold Out
Phoenix PMC deposit (£85 ticket)
Security deposit - £40 to pay on arrival.
£ 45.00
0 available
Sold Out
Tizzit deposit (£85 ticket)
Security deposit only - £40 to pay on arrival.
£ 45.00
10 available

Details

Start:
Sat, 28th November
End:
Sun, 29th November
Cost:
£45
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Website:
https://www.facebook.com/events/653147185314516/

Organiser

Okto Eight MilSim

Venue

Ultimate Wargames – Fawkham
Ultimate Wargames, 1 School Lane
Fawkham, Kent DA3 8NY United Kingdom
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