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General questions and discussions on water warfare regarding tactics and strategies.
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Post by BlueMage » Mon Aug 02, 2004 4:21 pm

Name: BlueMage
Gender: male
Age: 13

Appearance: 5'0, 90 lbs. soaking wet.(seriously!) short dark brown hair, thin and very fast.

Main Weapon: CPS 2700

Backup weapons: 2 XP 220s, kept in jacket pockets

Clothing: U.S. army woodland camo BDUs, Camo boonie hat with insect net, dark sunglasses, sneakers, and a belt.

Other items carried: 2x 2 liter water bottles, landmines made from pert bottles(with holes taped over for transport), water balloons, headlamp, pocketknife, and a small pair of binoculars.

Other:very sneaky and patient, therefore excellent at covert ops or sniping. a good leader and always wears camo and sneaks up rather than charging.

edit: got a new gun.




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Post by trekkie00 » Mon Aug 02, 2004 4:32 pm

Main Weapon: CPS 2700

Other Weapon: K-modded CPS 2100


I guess I'm not the only fan of the 2700 and 21000!

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Post by Exodus » Mon Aug 02, 2004 4:52 pm

I guess I'm not the only fan of the 2700 and 21000!


Yeah, thats right, I LOVE my 2700 and 2100! If you want me to change my weaponry aound for this so we don't have the same, that's fine by me.

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Post by trekkie00 » Mon Aug 02, 2004 5:01 pm

Not at all. I'm glad someone has a similar choice in water guns as me!

Actually, I am attempting to bring my CPS 21000 Mk. 2 w/70 balloons to life. I almost have it apart...




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Post by Veteran » Mon Aug 02, 2004 6:37 pm

You know Trekkie, you don't have to separate the outer 2100 to get to the internals, just get all the screws out, reach in and pull out the internals.

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Post by trekkie00 » Mon Aug 02, 2004 6:42 pm

I mean that I still have some screws that need to come out before I can open it.

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Post by Space_Cowboy » Tue Aug 03, 2004 10:26 am

Are we going to wait a while longer, or are we going to make teams, and start?
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Post by Storm » Tue Aug 03, 2004 11:16 am

Name: StormGender: male
Age: 14
5' 7"
Position: Sniper , Leader
Appearance: Brown hair with blonde streaks a little spiked on end. Big blue eyes. Muscular legs and arms with a little bit of noticeable muscle.

Characteristics: Quiet, Smart, Quick , Accurate , Strong.

Clothing: Black Shirt , Black pants (the shiny slipper kind) and a black took on not so warm days.

Main Weapon: CPS 1700 , 60 Balloon K-Mod , CVF, Reinforcement... <--Real life
Backup weapon: Storm 650 Check Valve Freeze
Other weapons: Offensive WBL with approximately 110 feet, uses an air compressor.

Items: Pocket Knife, String, a 1l bottle of water, spring water, food, and a backpack to carry it in.



Also could someone explain a bit better how the game works...I'm new to this.

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How did you break your gun trekkie?
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Post by leprekan » Tue Aug 03, 2004 3:50 pm

whoa, you kind of caught me off guard with this new rp. ah, well. all great things die eventually.

name: leprekan
age: 15
height: 5'2"
weight: 90 lbs
weapons: camo 21000, 2 camo xp220s, and a camo water baloon slingshot.

anyone who read the previous rp knows what he's like, and if you don't, go read it!!




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Post by trekkie00 » Tue Aug 03, 2004 3:57 pm

How did you break your gun trekkie?


Actually, I hope that I didn't break it. I'm taking my 2100 apart so I can create K-mod it. Although, while I was taking it apart, the pump came out. Oh well, at least now I have an excuse!

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Post by Space_Cowboy » Tue Aug 03, 2004 3:58 pm

Space_Cowboy wrote:Name: Rob
Gender: Male
Age: 15

Appearance: 6' 5", 210 lbs, Long Brown Hair, Burly Stature

Main Weapon: Camo Monster X Collosus

Backup: Camo XP 20 Dulies

Clothing: BDU, Boonie Hat, Combat boots, web belt.

Other items: My trusty KaBar, mag lite, binoculars, walkie-talkie, grappling hook, zippo, waterballoons, compass, waterproof map, and a canoe. :oo:

Personality: Agressive, yet subtile. Over-achiever. Strives to leave no trace, and cover up tracks during missions. Takes great pleasure in "Blowing stuff up".

Positive traits: Silent, fast, can sneak up on opponent. Has great knowledge about guerilla warfare. Can carry just about anything that needs to be carried, observant, never complains, makes sure the job gets done, is an excellent adventurer/navigater, and has a high stamina, and 20/15 vision.

Negative traits: Although a great at offensive missions, his defencive skills are limited.

Possible job opportunities: Sapper, Demo, "Ninja"/Mercinary (my favorite job), spy/recon. Basically any "Commando" Style job.
Anyway, here's my picture...
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I don't look too happy, do I? :goofy:
um...........

what about the original rp? did everyone just decide to abandon it? i am confused... if this is a replacement for the original then i am a little irritated, and even if it isn't i'm worried about loss of activity in my rp.

Everyone decided to abandon the original RP because they got bored of it. I mean, it was 17 pages long. It had to end some time. Sorry if you're upset about that, it wasn't my idea to close the old one.


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Post by leprekan » Tue Aug 03, 2004 4:16 pm

let's get started! what are the teams? anyway, leprekan currently has a summer job at the hotel on west island and is there until further notice. leprekan is the proud owner of a homebuilt ultralight and thus should be able to fly over mountains. said ultralight carries 2 people and can land on any relatively flat surface (beach, field, etc.). self - inflating pontoons are carried as well in case of a need to land on water.

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Post by Exodus » Tue Aug 03, 2004 4:21 pm

Do we select the teams before we start, or do we make them up as we go along?

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Post by leprekan » Tue Aug 03, 2004 4:28 pm

let's make em up as we go along.

leprekan, currently burning in the summer heat with nothing to do decided to advertise a bit. he made a large banner reading "huge water war! if u have soakers meet at west island hotel tomorrow @ 2:00pm!" and went flying around the islands for a bit.




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Post by trekkie00 » Tue Aug 03, 2004 4:32 pm

Trekkie00 was just biking by, and noticed him put up the sign. As soon as he got home, he fully filled his CPS 2700, 21000, and 215. He also put several hundred balloons in his backpack, along with baking soda, vineager, corn starch, and bottled water. As an afterthough, he added walkie-talkies, binoculars, and his pair of glasses, as well as his best model rocket with all the supplies and nine engines. Wearing his new Heelie (I think that's how you spell it!) shoes, he climbed unto his bike and began riding.



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Post by Space_Cowboy » Tue Aug 03, 2004 4:33 pm

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Rob works at a small camping supplies store on location #19 (small town), and lives in a log cabin on location #18. He goes to other parts of the map with a speedboat (or a canoe if it's a short trip).

Anyway, at his store, he just recieved a large shipment of 1998 style CPS soakers (30 CPS-1000s, 30 CPS-1500s, 20 CPS-2500s, and 15 CPS-3000s). "Hasbro must have found a warehouse full of these and decided to ship them out." he thought. "I should put up a sign that says: 25% discount to all members of our team (soakers, and all other camping supplies)." This could get interesting." But as soon as he saw the banner on the airplane, he decided not to sell his soakers at all, and bring them to this water war instead.




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Post by leprekan » Tue Aug 03, 2004 4:44 pm

leprekan, seeing trekkie ride off, began to annoyingly shoot him w/21000 from above with deadly accuracy. :D



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Post by Space_Cowboy » Tue Aug 03, 2004 4:50 pm

Shooting someone from an airplane with a watergun, and hitting the person, is completely unrealistic. Think a little more "down to earth (excuse the pun)" if you know what I mean.
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Post by trekkie00 » Tue Aug 03, 2004 4:51 pm

After amazingly dodging several shots from Leprekan, Trekkie did a quick U-turn and soaked him in three seconds with his 2700.
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(Off topic: Is it possible to replace the 2700's nozzle selector with that of another? Switch the three-way one for a four-way one?)

EDIT AFTER SEEING NEXT POST: I suppose I should have used my 21000. It should have ~60 ft. range.
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Trekkie arrived at the meeting point at 1530, just in time to meet the other players at the hotel.




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Post by leprekan » Tue Aug 03, 2004 4:55 pm

trekkie00 wrote:soaked him in three seconds with his 2700.

um... im 40 ft up in the air... this is not possible.

seeing that he had missed, leprekan decided to give up and land in a nearby field, as he was low on fuel.

I suppose I should have used my 21000. It should have ~60 ft. range.


vertically?

leprekan bought some fuel and proceeded to return to the hotel.




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