My army of six forms two lines facing the enemy. Our only source of protection is a tall net extended tight between two vertical poles. I squat and touch the floor as an opponent (who has seemingly been stretched to an abnormal height) slaps a soft sphere against the floor. Once. Twice. Three times. She then tosses it in the air and smacks it. The sphere soars over the net towards our small battalion. I sprint to the front line as a coworker knocks the sphere with her forearms. It flies towards me, and I use my fingertips to push it over to another colleague. Suddenly, my cohort leaps into the air and whacks the sphere to the floor on the other side of the net. A crowd cheers as a smile at my partner. One point closer to victory.