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 on: Today at 03:56:04 am 
Started by TheSilverhead - Last post by Sixth Kira
Weighted Megas might fare a little better, but I understand that they have weird aerodynamics for one reason or another, so I'm not sure.

Regarding a stock experiment, your Megas should be more stable, or so my own (highly basic) testing shows me. 200 feet isn't honestly that far anymore, not in the big scheme of things; even some of Xplorer's kits are hitting that range without any further upgrades.

Nonetheless, if you want it to go at 250+ FPS, Micros might be your best bet, due to having less drag. Whatever you do, I'd advise just reinforcing the living hell out of a Titan tank, pressurising it as much as physically possible, and then firing it. You'd do well to find a way of doing it from twenty feet away, though - that, or find some body armour to wear while you do it (see if the Paintball club will let you borrow their stuff Tongue).

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 on: Today at 01:33:50 am 
Started by Mekinizem - Last post by Jarvii
That...sounds like all kinds of a good way to get all kinds of hurt. If I were you I'd run it by your mods and maybe some of the more experienced players first before even starting to get materials and start making anything. If you can use it I'd make sure to just use foam, I used to have a link to a How-to, but I have no clue where that went  Angry, but if I remember right it used closed cell foam for the core and then open celled for the actual "edge."

Post Merge: Today at 01:33:54 am
That...sounds like all kinds of a good way to get all kinds of hurt. If I were you I'd run it by your mods and maybe some of the more experienced players first before even starting to get materials and start making anything. If you can use it I'd make sure to just use foam, I used to have a link to a How-to, but I have no clue where that went  Angry, but if I remember right it used closed cell foam for the core and then open celled for the actual "edge."

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 on: Today at 01:31:59 am 
Started by Andrew Ketrow - Last post by CybranWarrior22
ok, good to know! i have been a fan since beginning, and this is series is one of the things that got me into a HVZer!  Cheesy

i hope everything goes well and you get the help you need!

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 on: September 30, 2014, 10:46:08 pm 
Started by Lordmonocrona - Last post by Hardware
Nicely done!
Add a barrel extension with an underslung Roughcut, and you'd be good to go, no secondary required. Or get another Stryfe and gunsling 'em.

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 on: September 30, 2014, 09:51:21 pm 
Started by Mekinizem - Last post by Mekinizem
Hi people,

I’ve only played a few games am building my two primaries from what I wished I has in the last game.  (So far a basically a backpack Full of socks) I’ve seen people use foam swords, but what about  huge bayonets. Look bad$$ and to possibly keep ultra close range Zeds at bay. Double win.   I use a Stryfe with an under slung triad, and was thinking of making the gap between fore grip/triad and the Stryfe’s barrel. Possibly hinged for folding (or flailing) while turning corners. Would also double as an epic way to die. Think about it, lobbing ropes of darts out of 2 Stryfes whale flailing they’re bayonets around.

Ideas? Comments and Constructive critiscism greatly appreciated

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 on: September 30, 2014, 02:54:58 pm 
Started by Andrew Ketrow - Last post by agentjonnyb
^^ Looks great   Cheesy

also, when do you think your new episodes ("season"?) are coming out? any release date?

Guess I'd call them "microseasons" since they're typically gonna be delivered in 2's and/or 3's, but sometime next year! We have two in production now, more outlined with quite the storyarch. We actually are in need of some help with certain parts now, as we are pushing it to a higher standard, gotta take care of insurance and some other new expenses, but it should work out really well once these bases are covered - will have some news about that very soon!

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 on: September 30, 2014, 01:00:43 pm 
Started by Lordmonocrona - Last post by Justplanefun2
Ok I got my stryfe rewired yesterday with this battery pack: http://www.amazon.com/True-Energy-Digital-1600mAh-Battery/dp/B005MUX2VM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1412095824&sr=8-1&keywords=digital+energy+9.6+v ($17 including a spare battery)

I rewired it completely with 18 AWG wire and a soldering kit ($13 together)

Including the cost of the stryfe, and the mod tools, it came to about $50 total.  Not bad considering all the materials could also be applied to other mods.

Stats:
Range: 50-60 ft flat, 110 feet at 45 deg angle
Accuracy: hit a man-sized target at 50-60 ft in 2-4 shots (streamlines; improved by use of elites)
Spinup: 1 sec flat to full rev
Endurance: fired 6 18-round mags so far with no loss in power (and I have a spare battery pack)
ROF: as fast as you can move the trigger.  I "bumpfired" it and emptied an 18'er in about 4 seconds.  What now rapidstrike!
Reliability: no jams.  If you have an old magazine, sometimes it won't fire as fast but that's the mag's fault.

Overall: except for the loud spinup this thing could replace even my blowgun with its ridiculous range.  EXCELLENT inexpensive primary.

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 on: September 30, 2014, 10:52:29 am 
Started by uro627 - Last post by uro627
YSU hosted their first invitational last spring and it was a huge success! We are hosting our second one this Fall on Nov 7-8 and hope to make it even more awesome.

Here is the Facebook event page:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1491504324435195/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming

Housing and other info will be posted there. If you have any questions they can be posted there as well.

Yes, the theme is DINOSAURS. Get hyped.

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 on: September 30, 2014, 03:27:29 am 
Started by bookworm - Last post by Catastrophe
Is there a reason why simply creating a fake zombie player to get the tag won't suffice?

This would probably mean that the zombie who failed to report the tag would not be able to claim the feed later - but, since they didn't report the tag in time, this is hardly unfair.
In hindsight, this would have probably been easier instead of turning a moderator into a zombie. We don't use starve timers, so the only thing you get for more tags is bragging rights (as well as a nerf blaster of some sort for the zombie with the most tags at the end of the game).

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 on: September 30, 2014, 01:35:10 am 
Started by Andrew Ketrow - Last post by CybranWarrior22
^^ Looks great   Cheesy

also, when do you think your new episodes ("season"?) are coming out? any release date?

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