Probably the most Effeminate war I've been to.
-The area we played in was the most perfect indoor nerfing scenario ever. There were mazes of tunnels on the ground floor you could sneak around in, multiple wide rooms with each having multiple access points, and all of that times the 3 floors we played in. It was just so perfect.
-The coherence of the this war was a great catalyst for the atmosphere we played in. We had much less time in between rounds, teams were well balanced, the dart retrieval system was awesome, I never felt like we were waiting too long, or any of the game types we played were stupid, and even when we got kicked out of our main area for a while, gunther had a separate area we could play in while some photographers got they're pictures of the fort
-Some random kids walked up to our staging area and were like " Hey what are you guys doing? Can we play?" +5 players for the entire day.
-In one of the king of the hill rounds, while everyone was on the bottom floor shooting it out, I went on the second floor with my magstrike, sprinted over to the enemy side, went down the stairs, and on my way back to my side shot three people in the back, tapped another guy out, and basically just cleared out the enemy side of the rooms.
-The zombie rounds were quite intense. While the humans were on the were top floor, you could hear the the zombies on the bottom floor howling and banging their
foam noodles on the walls.
-Darth Freyr was a beast with his RSCB'd SNAP.
-Modded recons and magstrikes were perfect for this type of war. I never put them down.
With like 3 people as cameramen, we better get some good pics and videos up in this hizzle.
Edit: on the group photo it looks like cory is shooting Jake in the face with his LB. hehe.
Edited by Renegademilitia15, 13 October 2009 - 12:59 PM.