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PRT Campaign 10 - Sitrep #9 (Battle 7 & 8, Survey Results)
Feb 23, 2015 - 10:06 PM - by [T-ADM]Nate

Hello PRT Community!

The seventh C10 battle is behind us. After three consecutive victories by EMF, PAC made a strong comeback and won Xiangshan 287 - 0. Congratulations!

Check out the board for current standings. EMF has the initiative on the next move. With EMF having 4 and PAC having three victories, this has been one of the most balanced campaigns in the history of the Project Reality Tournament so far! We are very glad that the good spirit and sportsmanship has been high all this time.

We hope you all had fun in preparing and executing the battle plans. Don't forget to share your experience on (tournament.)realitymod.com and any PR-community website to advertise this tournament!





This time it was up to EMF to choose the next move on the board.
They choose Burning Sands. You can also see this on the interactive mapboard and see what this means for the future of the campaign.

Date: 7th of March 2015
Time: Battle start: 19:00PRT
Server: Announced 18:15PRT
Map: Burning Sands AAS STD
Teams: GB : PAC | MEC : EMF
No-Go Zone Rules: Click Here
Sign-Up: C10 Board Battle 8 - BURNING SANDS AAS STD





As promised, we want to share the results of the PRT Survey #1 with you. It was aimded at gathering your opinions on how C10 has been going thus far. Before we start showing all of you the information, the PRT Administration would like to thank everyone who took the time to answer the survey.


Let's start off with some general information about C10 and it's playerbase:
  • Out of the 89 answers we got, 49 were from PAC team members and 39 were from EMF team members.
  • 63% never played in a PRT Campaign before.
  • 42% of the replies were from grunts.

Moving on to the PRT Community section, the feedback we got was very positive. The overwhelmingly vast majority of you claimed that the PRT Community atmosphere was really good and that there was no drama/problems with members of your squad, team and also that you had a good relationship with the enemy team as well as the admins.



Some stats also worth noting:
  • 80% of the replies gave the PRT Community a score of 8 and higher on Battle fair-play.
  • 42% of you claimed to not have played in the PRT Recruitment server night, however we got a lot of suggestions in regards to future events, which we will take into consideration, thank you!

Let's get into PRT Team Feedback.
  • 95% stated that PAC and EMF are balanced and 93% of you said that your team's losses were not caused by team unbalance.
  • You also left us a lot of feedback on how to keep the teams balanced. We will keep your suggestions in consideration for the future.
  • 21% claimed that the average team member isn't active enough and 16% of you also said that good players in your teams aren't trying to improve the newer PR players.



Overall, feedback on this section was good.

Moving on to Squad Feedback.


This part is also good, but there's something we'd like to say that wasn't really covered by the survey. Some time ago, we got some complaints that certain squad members felt like they weren't learning, but they wanted to, this was noted at squad level - To all the officers - Remember, not only are you responsible for leading your squad in battle but you are also responsible for teaching and training your squad members. Don't be afraid to share your knowledge

Tournament Rules

Feedback was mixed on this part and a portion of you let us know that there are some aspects of PR (exploits/use of game mechanics) that aren't being clarified by our rule set. We always try to improve our rule-set, if you disagree with a rule or you want to see the reasoning behind it, we are always willing to help out. And remember, if you're in doubt if an action is allowed or not, consult the admins before doing it.

This is done to avoid us having to do a list of all possible glitches and exploits, which would never be 100% completel and give a backdoor for using those left-out tactics. This is why we choose a general ban and decide on a case-to-case basis (use the Admin Support Tickets for asking what is considered a legit tactic and what is not if you have doubts!)




Servers, Forums & TeamSpeak

Not much to talk about in this part, your feedback was excellent. Special thanks to [T-ADM]BloodyDeed who is hosting the servers, to [PR]EMF|Rage for creating the warmode script and to [T-CON]Ranzpirat and [T-ADM]Blip for their technical support.



You also left us plenty of suggestions on how to improve our forums, we will keep those in mind for the future. For now, our hands are tied in using an all-new forum with modern standards as we are bound to the PR Forums System.


PRT Admin Team

Your feedback was also great.


There were, however, some situations where you didn't like the aproach of certain admins on the PRT in terms of team communication/interference and rule enforcement. We will keep those things in mind for the future - we'd like to thank you all for your honesty.

Furthermore, Liam and Nate are doing their best to 'Ged Gud' as it was proposed in the survey countless times.

This concludes the short presentation of results. Again, thanks to everyone who took their time and answered the survey, without you this woulnd't have been possible. You can find all graphs of the survey by clicking those two links:


We will post a thread in the internal section of the forums for all to discuss the survey results and go into detail with some of your written feedback a bit more!


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PRT Campaign 10 - Sitrep #8 (Battle 6 Iron Ridge, Battle 7 Xiangshan)
Feb 09, 2015 - 7:21 PM - by [T-ADM]Nate

Hello PRT Community!

The sixth C10 battle has been played! After a fierce fight in Iron Ridge, EMF got the win with 139 tickets. Congratulations! Check out the board for current standings. We hope you all had fun in preparing and executing the battle plans.

We haven't received any complaints regarding any unfair behavior during the battles, so we'd like to thank all of you for maintaining the fair play and professional attitude that is required from you in and outside of the battles to have a good campaign. Keep it that way!







This time it was up to PAC to choose the next move on the board again.
They choose Xiangshan (AAS|STD).
You can also see this on the interactive map-board and see what this means for the future of the campaign.

Date: 21st of February 2015
Time: Battle start: 19:00PRT
Server: Announced 18:15PRT
Map: Xiangshan AAS STD
Teams: FRA: PAC| PLA: EMF
No-Go Zone Rules: Click Here
Sign-Up: PRT C10 - Board Battle #7 - Xiangshan







We will analyze the survey in the coming week. If you haven't replied yet, here's your last chance to do so:

Fill out Survey


Please don't forget to share your experience on (tournament.)realitymod.com and any PR-community website to advertise this tournament!

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PRT Campaign 10 - Sitrep #7 (Battle 5 & 6, PRT Survey, Clan Tags)
Jan 26, 2015 - 9:49 PM - by [T-ADM]Nate

Hello PRT Community!

The fifth C10 battle has been played, and the campaign remains exciting. With a close victory, EMF defeats PAC with 87 - 0 tickets. Congratulations! Check out the board for current standings. We hope you all had fun in preparing and executing the battle plans. Don't forget to share your experience on (tournament.)realitymod.com and any PR-community website to advertise this tournament!




This time it was up to EMF to choose the next move on the board again.
They choose Iron Ridge (AAS|STD). You can also see this on the interactive mapboard and see what this means for the future of the campaign.

Date: 7th of February 2015
Time: Battle start: 19:00PRT
Server: Announced 18:15PRT
Map: Iron Ridge AAS STD
Teams: RUS: EMF| MIL: PAC
No-Go Zone Rules: Click Here
Sign-Up: PRT C10 - Board Battle #6 - Iron Ridge




Thanks to all who filled out the PRT Survey that we created. We are still hoping to get even more responses (50% response rate right now), so please, take a couple of minutes to fill out the survey so that we can analyze and publish the results:


CLICK HERE TO FILL OUT SURVEY




After several questions and misinformation, we want to clarify the clan-tag rule: Ingame, outside of PRT Events it is of course allowed to wear your CLAN/COMMUNITY-Tag alongside your PRT [PR]PAC| or [PR]EMF| tags!

So please, use your PRT account as often as possible to increase visibility and for recruiting new players! But please bear in mind that all of you represent the tournament and it is your responsibility to be respectful and focus on fair-play while pubbing. Thank you.


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