Hello, fellow players
believe it or not I am a 6th grader who is as serious, of not more about HVZ as any college student.
I play my games in country areas and during spring break.
Now let's cut to the chase: how to do this right, safely and without feeling like an idiot-
To begin, DO NOT do this without permission from your parents -
Begin analyzing a few kids. Take all types of kids and a trouble maker.
Let them play HVZ at your house or at a park.
Follow them around, or have friends follow them around and take notes
If the trouble maker is in less trouble then write it down.
THINGS to MENTION
-say you will charge 5$ a player to play for 1 week or 9$ for a two week pass
-all blasters will be collected and stored in a large tub, each blaster clearly marked with a name
-all darts will be picked up, ones marked will be given to owner at last period, along with blaster
-any student caught with blaster will accept concesquences
-if student accidentally finds his or her gun, they must deliver to office immediately.
-all unmarked darts will go into community chest, to be sold
-no bandannas will be worn in school or on campus(will be explained)
-humans will wear an extremely visible yellow belt at playing times
-"official belts" may be sold in the office- they are yours to keep and customize
-if a human becomes a zombie, he must give up his belt
- if a human is turned and has a personalized belt, he must give to office to be given back on Friday
-starve timers are set to 2 days as the active game time is short
-a special grassy area is staked out for play.
- an admission gate is one opening to the play arena
-the other opening is an exit
- both ends are guarded
-admission booth takes attendance, collects pay, and does overall paperwork
- exit collects blasters
When you present, always have a chart and always have paperwork.
Start with an opener- state it as a fundraiser
Be a compromiser!
There are several other details and rules I have worked out, just shoot me a PM