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Sir Nathaniel

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Independent Film Trilogy In The Works: Agents Of Absurdity

10 July 2007 - 09:37 PM

Hello everyone!

I haven't been on in a very long time, but I figured I should make an announcement about the independent film trilogy called "Agents of Absurdity", which is a comedy spoof of agent movies. The characters each bear their own absurd tendencies, living up to the title. The main conflict is that a group of Canadians have thought up a most ridiculously unrealistic ingenious plan to take over the U.S. Obviously nothing in this film is to be taken seriously, since it is a spoof.

If you live anywhere near Rochester, NY, we could really use you, we need as many people as possible. The script has already been copyrighted, and filming has begun (search "Agents of Absurdity" on youtube).

Please let me know if you're interested.

Hasbro Selling Lonshot Clips Seperately!

05 February 2007 - 10:11 AM

Hasbro apparently finally gave in to customer wishes, we can finally get just the clips for the longshot! Go to nerf.com!

Pop A Cap Scenario

15 November 2006 - 11:55 PM

Each player has a list of 5 random names not including his or her own. When this person is the "Cap" (target), s/he must stay alive as long as possible, and will recieve 1 point for each opponent s/he kills. The person who kills the "Cap" is awarded 5 points. The Cap then calls out the name of the first person on his/her list, therefore selecting the new Cap, and must cross off the name from his/her list. Everyone then of course goes after the new Cap. While you are not the cap, you do not recieve points for killing other player who are not the Cap. In a team setup, the teamates of the Cap must protect him/her, but they do not recieve points for kills at that time, only the Cap does.

Goblet Of Fire Scenario

15 November 2006 - 11:21 PM

Ok here is how it goes...
First, there are 3 teams, and each member of a team will have his/her name in a box to be drawn randomly. This is really meant as a huge event for those of you who may do those long-term wars where people can be shot anywhere but school, work, and certain other places, with large, permanent teams. So there's 3 boxes, 1 for each team. 1 member from each team will be selected as a Tri-Nerfer Champion...

You guessed it-the Tri-Nerfers must each face 3 big tasks:
1) 1 at a time, each champion is to face 2 members (not champions) of the opposing team, each with weapons of their choice while the champion is to use only a majority-selected pistol. The champion must shoot each opponent 5 times each without being shot 5 times theirselves. Each player recieves 10 points for completion, 5 points for making a minimum of 6 hits, 0 points for not completing either of these.

2) 1 member per team is selected to be tied up and set next to eachother, in a specific area of the "arena". The champions must fight their way through a large group of opponents and untie and lead their teamate back to the starting point. Each player recieves 10 points for completion, 5 points for killing a minimum of 4 opponents, 0 points for not completing either of these.

3) The 3 champions must now go through a corn maze and find the "Tri-Nerfer Cup" or whatever the object will be. Unlike the other tasks, this task pits the 3 champions to fight eachother as well as other nerfers, who are not to be part of either of the 3 teams. Also, unlike other rounds, the champions respawn, by cutting through 3-5 corn trails (to get away from the people who just killed them-start fresh). Other than for respawn purposes, trail-cutting is a big no-no! It will earn a one-way ticket to disqualification. Or, depending on what everyone agrees on, it could result in point deductions instead. Obviously, the 1st one to the cup wins. The winner of the round gets 25 points, each champion recieves 10 points for killing a minimum of 15 opponents.

Of course, the point distributions may vary, the statistics I used were just to give you th basic idea of what I am saying, this can always be tweaked...

Streamline Dart Refills Are On Their Way

06 September 2006 - 04:12 PM

I emailed hasbro about streamline dart refills and cartriges for the LS and MS and they replied, here is what I got:

"Recently you submitted a question to our Consumer Affairs team. Below is a summary of your question and our response.

Thank you for allowing us to be of service to you.

If your issue remains unresolved, please update this question here.

Cartriges for Longshot and Magstrike, Streamline dart refills

Discussion Thread
Response (Veronica) 09/06/2006 03:33 PM

Thank you for contacting Hasbro, Inc. We appreciate your interest in our company and products!

The Streamline Darts have just recently begun shipping to retail stores. Please keep in mind that depending on time of year, retailer distribution systems, store inventory and sales patterns, it may take from several weeks up to several months for some products to show up on store shelves!

Many Hasbro products can be purchased online at www.hasbrotoyshop.com. All current Hasbro products are also carried by Toys R Us (http://www.toysrus.com). Our products can also be found at your local Wal-Mart (http://www.wal-mart.com), Kmart (http://www.kmart.com), Target (http://www.target.com), Kay-Bee (http://www.kbtoys.com), as well as other toy and mass merchandise retailers. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee product availability at any one store.

Unfortunately, the darts for the Nerf Magstrike are not yet available. Please check back with us at a later date for availability of these darts.

Again, thank you for your interest."

Now, what about the cartriges? The question is, were they referring to the cartriges at all? they never mentioned them, but they said "the darts for the Nerf Magstrike are not yet available"<--WTF? They can't possibly mean the tagger darts because they've only been out for over a frikin year, so they must mean the cartriges. If so, then this must mean that along with streamline darts, the LS cartriges are on their way too (Let's hope that's the case)