HvZ

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Since there’s all this nerf shit on my dash, I figured I’d upload some pictures of our school’s Humans vs Zombies, which just concluded this Sunday. There were around 350 individuals participating in the four day event, which ended with a human victory.

Excuse the bad TD on some of these idiots.

Gear picture before a live-fire exercise.  I’m not using a plate carrier because most infantry armor is disturbingly ineffective against now-common NERF style ammunition. The chest rig is designed for AK mags but the pouches hold 18 round, STANAG compliant .45 NERF magazines for my CS-18 Rapidstrike, a select fire carbine (not pictured) as well.  The gun in the picture is a Firestrike, a single shot handgun with an integrated laser, also chambered in .45 NERF.  I’m also wearing an IFF system over my shemaugh and on my left arm.

ok so I’m playing this game on my college campus called humans vs zombies. it goes on for three days and your main objective is to survive. (unless you become a zombie, then it’s to tag as many people as possible.)

basically everyone runs around with this little orange band on thier arm and one person is patient zero and runs around tagging people. Once you get tagged, you have to put your band on your head and you become a zombie and can tag other people. 

however, humans can defend themselves by throwing socks and stunning the zombies, and there are also safe zones where they can hide and stuff. 

this is how i went to class today.

the socks are on a velcro strap thing and i have a slingshot bow to launch them with and stuff.

EXCEPT THE ZOMBIES HAVE GOTTEN SMART AND THEY’RE WHACKING THE SOCKS AWAY WITH TENNIS RACKETS AND UMBRELLAS AND I’M SCARED.