Positions

So you want to know what the best ways to Vennis are? Luckily for you we've made a guide to the most pleasurable positions your Vennis team can have. Also, there are some formations here as well.

Basic Positions

Front

The front-man is an essential piece of a standard 3-man formation. The front-man's primary concern is to block spikes, win line-battles, defend the fatherland, and set up spikes for wingers.

Winger

In a standard 3-man formation, the winger's primary responsibility is to dig spikes and deliver spikes to the opposing court. A winger is generally athletic and agile, with good placement ability. In the East-West formation, the wingers responsibility is the same, except the winger must dig and set with more precision to account for the lack of a front-man.

Back

The back position is used during a 2-man I-formation.This player must account for the entire backfield that would be normally shared by 2 people in the East-West formation. A successful Back player must be very speedy, as well as agile and have a skilled ability at reading oncoming hits.

Center

The center is used in the 3-man Deep Throat and occasionally in a 3-man East-West. The center's primary concern is organizing the defense and covering whatever position opens up during normal volley rotation.

For 2 People

North-South

Also known as "Front-On".

Deep Throat

For 3 (Or More) People

Deep Throat Trips

Same as Deep Throat, except the additional player can stand at the net. If there are more players they can cover the wings of the formation

Four-Points

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