First, you put
one player in the bunker/foxhole with the best weapon available. Depending on
the amount of players, there may be one person in the foxhole, or there may
be one person + a spotter( the spotter won't be able to fire, but he can spot
targets for the first person). So then the ppl who aren't in the foxhole try
to assault the foxhole without getting killed. Theoretically, the person in
the foxhole should be evenly matched with the other ppl because he has high
ground, fortified posistion, good weapons, but even so thats not always the
case because they tend to focus on one or two ppl, so they forget about the
others who can sneak up on them. So, because of this, the person in the foxhole
has two "Lives" so they can get hit twice.
One time we played
3 vs. 1, and that was a little lop sided. The team who was attacking the foxhole
took the foxhole with no casualties. The second time we did it, we had 2 vs.2,
with one person in the foxhole and one spotter with him. Although the spotter
wasn't able to fire back, he can grab the weapon of the other if he gets killed.
When we played it with these conditions it was alot more fair, b/c the teams
were balanced. The spotter was the first to go, and then it was a matter of
time before the second one died.
I would recommend
playing this scenario with 5 people, so you can have 2 vs. 3. ( two in the foxhole,