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Rommel McDonald

Member Since 22 Sep 2009
Offline Last Active Nov 21 2016 11:00 PM

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In Topic: Game Types and Rules for Nerf Wars

21 November 2016 - 10:55 PM

A while back several friends and I created a beginners guide/strategy/survival guide for Humans Vs Zombies. It covers some of the basic HvZ rules, tips on load-outs, formations and movement as well as suggestions and strategies for several mission types. We have found it extremely beneficial for the purpose of getting HvZ beginners up to speed quickly.


This seemed to be the most relevant thread for this subject - I did not think it warrants its own new/separate thread.


While we still need to update the formatting and resubmit it to allow use on iphones, it is available for FREE download at Smashwords in several formats; epub, mobi(kindle),pdf, lrf and pdb. We touched base with the guys over at HvZ Source and they asked that we do not use the terms "HvZ" or "Humans vs Zombies" in any product or publication, due to copyright concerns. With this in mind, throughout the guide we refer to HvZ generically as "Zombie Tag".


Here's the overview from Smashwords:

In NERF Zombie Tag games, Zombies don’t need to be alert like humans do; they have stun timers. This is The Zombie Apocalypse, Life or Death, 'One and Done' -- once you are tagged and infected you are out for the duration, stuck being a Zed. This cannot be stressed enough. For players who have invested a lot of time and preparation into their NERF gear and load-out, a tag early in the game can be heart breaking. Don’t let this be you - or your squad mates.

“Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win”
― Sun Tzu, The Art of War

The Zombie Tag Survival Guide – Human Field Manual is your most powerful weapon against the unceasing and relentless undead horde. Based on and adapted from US Army and USMC methodology, this book covers all the basic essentials a Zombie Tag player or Squad of Human Players needs to know to not only survive, but achieve ultimate human victory in a NERF Zombie Tag game. Utilizing trusted, proven tips from years of NERF combat experience, The Zombie Tag Survival Guide is a treasure trove of tactical and strategic information, including how to gear up as a beginner, how to organize effective human fire teams and squads, the most effective formations and movement strategies, and how to keep you and your squad mates alive in any organized Zombie Tag game.

Don’t be caught half-stepping into battle unprepared. This is a book that will save not only your own life, but possibly holds the key to ultimate victory for all of humanity.


Zombie Tag Survival Guide: Human Field Manual

In Topic: Best high voltage batteries 4 stock rapidstrike

29 January 2016 - 12:48 AM

You can run two or three 3.7v Efest IMRs in your RS without risking anything, bringing it up to 7.4 or 11.1v. It's better than nothing.

In Topic: Modification and Paintjob Pictures

28 January 2016 - 10:46 PM

Rapidstrike: Basically a Rapidstrike Uzi with Airsoft barrel shroud and Worker stock. Modified full size grip using Pyragon grip for integration. Integrated sling mount (black D-ring near stock in upper shot) Battery pack on the side, can switch between 7.4 and 11.1v, using Efest IMRs. No motor upgrades, just removed locks, resistors/limitors and rewired main sections. (this is used primarily for HvZ, and I don't want it too powerful for players charging at me with no face protection)


Hammershot: Shaved grip, 7 shot cylinder from China (Ebay) and Full Metal Hammershot kit from Blasterparts.




And here's my Roughcut Tactical Shotgun:


In Topic: TR-27 GRYPHON - CR-18 Rapidstrike Mod

13 May 2014 - 09:41 PM

Great write-up, insane build. Freaking awesome. I just had a Nerfgasm.

In Topic: Homemade 35 mag holster

02 May 2014 - 08:41 PM

I have searched around quite a bit; has anybody done something similar to this? I'm curious as to their designs.

That design is just freaking awesome! It looks incredibly durable and highly functional. I've never attempted hard cases or shells, but I've made a few drum holders out of heavy duty webbing and rivets. These ones are a bit clunky on the thigh, but great on the chest or back of the belt.
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Here is another variant with different orientation:
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