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gara101


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« on: November 21, 2014, 06:43:49 PM »

Hi i was wondering what gear, blasters and attachments and accessories does everyone bring for HvZ. 

I have been researching tac vests and idk if I should use the nerf tac vest or use like a air soft or military tac vest because there are a few surplus stores near me.   Also any other gear that you use to hold darts and clips.  I'm 6 ft 4 about 300 lbs.  The blasters that i mainly use are Rampages, 2 Stryfes and a demolisher.  My school doesnt allow any modes to our blasters and i just want to look super decked out because my nick name form my first game is "the walking arsenal" i earned that name because i would escort humans to class and loan them blasters if they need them
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Zombona


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« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2014, 07:35:10 AM »

I hope you don't use all of those blasters at once. That is a lot of weight and gear to deal with.

And for the gear question there is a great database here you can check out.

http://coastalbendactionsports.blogspot.com/p/gear-up_4.html
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gara101


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« Reply #2 on: November 25, 2014, 01:53:49 AM »

i have the rampage on a rope bandolier and i have holsters for the stryfes and i may or may not carry the demolisher because i am still determining whether i like it or not i can be a lot of weight but it doesn't hinder me the way i have it set up
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Zombona


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« Reply #3 on: November 25, 2014, 07:35:30 AM »

Hi i was wondering what gear, blasters and attachments and accessories does everyone bring for HvZ.  

To answer that question this is what I typically run around with.
http://imgur.com/YytnM98
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TheSilverhead
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« Reply #4 on: November 25, 2014, 10:54:37 AM »

Nerf bandolier around the waist with 4-18 stick mags, 12 darts in the loops, and a dump pouch. Rapidstrike, and a holstered panther/nightfinder/jolt whatever I have on hand. Plus, a pocket speaker blasting metal. I try to be light, fast, and intimidating.
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« Reply #5 on: November 29, 2014, 11:37:15 PM »

My loadout is in my signature, but I'll add some detail. My primary is a rewired 9.6v battery-powered Rayven(not the best, but I'm a sentimentalist), my secondary is a 12v battery-powered Swarmpistol(Toruk-style). I usually have something small like a Triad or Double Strike in a pocket, just in case. The Rayven has a 35 drum mag in it, and I'll have a 18 drum mag in my booksack(minimal players, low ammo required). A bandolier stuffed with every old sock I own rounds out my usual setup. Like Silverhead, I like light and fast. I'll have to get a speaker for myself, that seems fun. Does it mess with your awareness at all?
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Loadout:
9.6v Rayven on shoulder sling w/35 drum and mounted Polaroid sports action video camera
12v Swarmpistol
Sock bandolier and dart pouch, Triad
A lot of stupidity

Building stuff is the most fun part of HvZ.
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« Reply #6 on: November 29, 2014, 11:49:40 PM »

Not really. We mostly have freshman play, and I know campus like the back of my hand, so sneaking isn't a big issue. I can always shut it off in a second, which often throws off anyone following me. Though, there's nothing more fun than holding off 6-8 zeds alone, without firing a shot- just light up, crank the volume, rev Cybran, and dare them to try.
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Secondary: Sanguine (WIP)
gara101


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« Reply #7 on: December 24, 2014, 04:27:42 PM »

I like heavy gear I'm really big so the weight doesn't bother me we don't have a lot of players maybe about 100 or so but I gained the nick name of the walking arsenal because I was armed to the teeth and I always have someone watching my back in my squad what I'm thinking about using in my next game is a rampage then two stryfes in holsters on my back pack a strong arm clipped to my belt and a triad and jolt then two 18 clips 25 drum a 12 clip and 10 clip and then a box of throwing darts
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« Reply #8 on: December 25, 2014, 12:57:14 AM »

Not really. We mostly have freshman play, and I know campus like the back of my hand, so sneaking isn't a big issue. I can always shut it off in a second, which often throws off anyone following me. Though, there's nothing more fun than holding off 6-8 zeds alone, without firing a shot- just light up, crank the volume, rev Cybran, and dare them to try.

I do the same with my Swarmpistol. I named it Murphy's Law, and it developed a cult following among the humans. Pulling it out and going full berzerker on the nearest zombie usually evens the odds.


I like heavy gear I'm really big so the weight doesn't bother me we don't have a lot of players maybe about 100 or so but I gained the nick name of the walking arsenal because I was armed to the teeth and I always have someone watching my back in my squad what I'm thinking about using in my next game is a rampage then two stryfes in holsters on my back pack a strong arm clipped to my belt and a triad and jolt then two 18 clips 25 drum a 12 clip and 10 clip and then a box of throwing darts


Nice, Gara! We've got a similar guy at my university. He's terrifying. That sounds like a good setup, I assume you're the type to take on whatever comes after you, no retreat?
 I just want to suggest that you check grammar before posting. We're all around college age or older, and the rest of our lives will require good grammar, so it's a good idea to keep in practice.
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Loadout:
9.6v Rayven on shoulder sling w/35 drum and mounted Polaroid sports action video camera
12v Swarmpistol
Sock bandolier and dart pouch, Triad
A lot of stupidity

Building stuff is the most fun part of HvZ.
Zombona


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« Reply #9 on: December 30, 2014, 10:00:25 AM »

I like heavy gear I'm really big so the weight doesn't bother me we don't have a lot of players maybe about 100 or so but I gained the nick name of the walking arsenal because I was armed to the teeth and I always have someone watching my back in my squad what I'm thinking about using in my next game is a rampage then two stryfes in holsters on my back pack a strong arm clipped to my belt and a triad and jolt then two 18 clips 25 drum a 12 clip and 10 clip and then a box of throwing darts

Dang I could never go that heavy. I run around with a clip fed pistol, clips, and a few sock grenades.
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gara101


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« Reply #10 on: January 06, 2015, 03:37:19 AM »

I think I am actually going to use a different load out.  Still the two stryfes, then a white retaliator, rampage, 25 drum, 35 drum, 3 18 mags, 2 fire strikes and a jolt.  Surprisingly carrying all that doesn't restrict my movement that much because the drums will be held on my back pack, while everything else is velcroed into place so they don't move around as much.  just by chance what university do you go too.  I will back away if I don't think I can handle it but most cases I usually can handle.
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