Holy shit Keith, you're still around. I'm actually a maybe for this. Nevermind, I'll likely be at a graduation party. Also, has he ever run anything before, because I'm getting the distinct impression that he hasn't.
Remind me never to nerf with you if you run around aiming for peoples' heads.
Actually, I prefer to sharpshoot more than run around. Just don't stand still too long, and you'll be reasonably safe.
Can you make a video of all your headshot kills? That'd be soooo cool. Do you have some kind of training from the military? What's that little thingy on the end for? Is it part of the lazer? How much does the scope help when sharpshooting? Ignore him, he's just jealous that he's not a good shot. Once again, great job. It's nice to see some innovation in the nerf community for once.
Blah, Blah, Blah. I clearly do not understand what is going on.
Seriously, fuck off. The administration at my university forced Humans versus Zombies to close down. A significant part of this was due to bad press. Keep in mind that the vast majority of these blasters aren't even modified, and even those that were at most had air restrictors removed.
Nerf is already being kind to the NIC by allowing us to receive information before it's officially posted. Not to mention the gift bags that some have received. Bottom line, we're being more than just tolerated. The last thing we need to do is piss them off.
Seeing as I have no way to make it to this war, I think I'm going to have to pass on this one.
There was a pretty big nerf community in Manhattan when I lived there. But I heard they outlawed it on campus so it must be hard to get anything going. We used to play CTF in Bosco Plaza every Sunday afternoon...
Why nerf is dead at K-State. The policy was essentially put in place to ban HvZ, Fugitive and CTF without directly saying so. I suppose it might be worth seeing if I couldn't get something going at the city park. Still, playing at Bosco Plaza would be the best.