This field speaks for itself.
It is by far the most “in your face” game played at Splatmandu. If you don’t like that type of game you should not be playing in an Alamo scenario.
For the defenders: Five (very brave) players on the inside have to defend the flag for as long as they can.
For the attackers: At least 25 players on the outside have to pull the Alamo’s flag as quick as they can. One note here: The attackers (if hit) get to regenerate and keep attacking.
Splatmandu keeps a record of the defenders who have held the longest. The record times are considered “bragging rights” and are posted on the Alamo building. The most recent record is posted on the outside whereas previous records are posted on the inside. Good Luck!
DUE TO NO BRAVE SOULS WILLING TO ENTER THE ALAMO OVER THE PAST FEW YEARS, WE HAVE CHOSEN TO DISCONTINUE THE “ATTACK THE ALAMO” SCENARIOS. THOSE WHO HAVE BRAVED IT IN THE PAST SHOULD BE PROUD. YOUR RECORDS WILL LIVE ON FOREVER.
Style of Play
|2000||HOPPER||1 minute, 32 seconds|
|2000||ONE BALL||2 minutes, 20 seconds|
|2001||Ted Cross, Abe Hohnke, Steve Krezo, Joe Neal & John Rowan||HOPPER||
2 minutes, 55 seconds
|2003||TJ Baker, Ted Cross, Joe Neal, John Rowan & Karl Ruedger||ONE BALL||2 minutes 32 seconds|
|2004||Chris Hessling, Tom Branstetter, Mike Lotz, Danial Tyler & Chris Sparklin.||HOPPER||56.83 seconds|
THE 2:55 FIVE
(a few minutes after the record)