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- April 6, 1993
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- I obveously nerf but I also wakeboard and do gymnastics. I like rock music like Breaking Benjamin, Tool, Emery, Evans Blue, and Coheed and Cambria.
- Port Orchard, WA
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23 February 2010 - 03:54 PMI'm going to be bringing an extra three people from outside my group. They've never nerfed, but shouldn't have a problem doing so.
22 January 2010 - 05:38 PMI'll be there. I'll try to bring other people than my typical group. The squad battle thing sounds pretty beast.
02 December 2009 - 07:07 AMTurns out that I'm not going to be able to make this one.
28 October 2009 - 02:05 PMThere's about a 9/10 I will be making it. Just don't want to make any promises I can't keep. And if I do go I will most likely be bringing friends, different from my group.
12 October 2009 - 09:23 AMI'm not going to lie, that war was sweet. There have been all these wars constantly posted in the Puget Sound aria. And sometimes I just don't feel like going to some of them. Then one day Micah sent me a text saying that there's a new Nerf war coming up, and that we should go. I didn't even feel like checking the topic. Later I finally did. Instantly I started trying to make sure I could go and see who else in my group was going. I was stoked for this war.
Here are some of my thoughts of the war.
-Definitely the most organized war I've ever been to.
-Not stopping and looking at guns forever and waisting time that should be spent shooting each other.
-Playing new game types like Golden Gun.
-The scoring system where when you die your team loses a death, and then going back in to fight. That really helped, like if some one gets like five kills with the magstrike right in the beginning then your team isn't completely screwed.
-Having the head bands to show who's on what team.
-Seeing one of my friends that goes camping there apparently every Columbus day weekend. And having his brother join in on the action.
-Not loosing to many darts because it was basically indoors, and we had like a million people looking for darts.
-Getting some sweet kills. Can't really remember to many of them. But they sure were sweet.
-Having to stop using my Split Fire. But I understand that it's to strong for close quarters.
-Having my stock hornet that I've never used never shoot all the barrels correctly.
-As Cory said, we should have had started with five zombies instead of half the team. And then maybe to even it out have the humans have to get both of the bunnies.
-When I drop kicked my Hornet in the hope to increase ranges, I totally destroyed my toe.
-All the camera people getting in our way.
Again, great organized war. Good job Gunther.