College Royale: The Assassination Game

College Royale: The Assassination Game

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You've heard of that game played on campus, right?

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Maybe you've played it in High School. Maybe you haven't.

But right now, you are a former High School Senior who has just enetered Daff College so you could get an education. What you don't realize is Daff is well known for its Guild of 'Assassin' players.

Assassin is a game which uses non-threatening "Weapons" like Spoons, or nerf guns to "Kill" Other players. It can last a long time, the amounts can be set, or lasting weeks. It is difficult to simply trust people, because that person that just gave you information on your target could very well be the target themselves, or a rival assassin out to get you.

Master Stealth, Practice Espionage, and engage in fierce combat situations to ensure you and your friends are the last ones standing in the end of the game...

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Gordon was running through the hallway. Class had finally ended, and his safety was now gone, as he checked out the plastic spoon from breakfast, which currently also served as his projectile weapon. Luckily he has saved some crappy tasting porridge from lunch, and it would serve as a threatening weapon, at least until he ran out of porridge, or the spoon broke, which could happen anytime with his young adult hands of strength.

"Shit. Fuck. Balls. Hat."

His only hope was to find a way to get to his package: He'd just ordered a Nerf dart pistol, as well as a water gun. His only ranged defense otherwise was the watergun/backpack combo weapon he'd kept even after childhood for those hot summer days.

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Valentine unzipped his sports bag atop the roof of the college building, and pulled out the Jackal. He attached the barrel and scope to his rifle, then pulled back the bolt, clicked in a magazine, then slammed the bolt forward.

He looked down the sight at his target; Gordon Falco. He targeted the scope on his opponent's chest, and squeezed the trigger, the gun letting out an almighty crack as it fired.

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The Outside was brutal in heat, and his weapon was hidden in the bushes. Anyone trying to come into close range was a dead, soaked wet man. But what he didn't seem to realize was the Crack Noise of the Nerf Firearm made upon firing a shot. Out of pure luck however (If you can call it luck), the young man fell forward, having tripped, and landing on the unforgiving, solid ground before him.

"Je-"

His curse was cut off when he heard the little Pop that confirmed a shot had been fired from a dart gun, when the dart would either bounce off its' target, or use its suction cup to stay on.

"Shit! It's one of those snipers. I have to get my new gun…"

Gordon pulled out a few plastic Spoons, and held them like Kunai, getting up, and carefully hurrying off towards his home, and away from the danger of the class buildings.

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Valentine watched as the man stumbled forward, inadvertently dodging the dart as he did so. He cursed and racked the bolt again - it was time for his gun's range to come into play.

He fired again, now at his target's back, then without checking if he'd hit, racked the bolt and jumped off the side of the second-story building, landing on a balcony, before jumping again and hitting the ground harder than he intended to.

He got up, discovering that he'd missed - based on the fact that his target was still running - checked his gun, and started sprinting, drawing his Swarmfire in his left hand as he did so, Longshot still held in his right.

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"I Got indoors: That's got to be an improvement; wait, no…gotta watch out for other close range specialists. 'Else I'm screwed."

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Gordon was running. No way in hell he'd let some punk-ass sniper gun him down. If he was gonna lose, he'd rather fail on his own terms. But once again he'd escaped the clutches of defeat by darts and hurried to get his Nerf Spectre. The water pistol, he'd conceal in his room for now. He fumbled with his keys, hurried in, locked the door, and grabbed something sharp, tearing at the box and taking out the weapons inside. He loaded up the revolver, left the stock, but kept the barrel just incase, Hidden under his shirt, as he prepared himself.

He had to get Lunch, after all. And the lines, student or not anywhere on this very day, would be hell. He opened the window, climbed out, closed it a little for some air, and headed off for a bite.

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Sesaro noticing the commotion remained in the dorms building to ambush his prey he noticed the person with no weapons rush by and disappeared, he had his target he hid in a doorway to not be seen and pulls out his guns for a close range attack, he saw his victim, without any delay he pursued his target to where he saw him, outside. Sesaro took a big risk but in taking out his target, he snuck around and sees his target, he prepares to attack

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"Gentlemen, meet the Jackal. It is my weapon. You may now run."

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Re: [OOC] College Royale: The Assassination Game

Now the question of how Sesaro knew Gordon went outside is raised. :/

Re: [OOC] College Royale: The Assassination Game

Gordon had locked his door and climbed out the window.

Re: [OOC] College Royale: The Assassination Game

Sesaro was inside when he spotted Gordon

Re: [OOC] College Royale: The Assassination Game

Wait, Sesaro was outside too when he spotted Gordon, or did he go inside?...

Re: [OOC] College Royale: The Assassination Game

As long as you can explain why you were out, we're cool. I understand. :O

Re: [OOC] College Royale: The Assassination Game

My apologies. >.< This is the first time I've gotten on since I said I would write up a character.
I'm roadtripping.

Re: [OOC] College Royale: The Assassination Game

Uh, guys? No one's posted other than me….

Re: [OOC] College Royale: The Assassination Game

You see, all Nerf-related games have a certain balance to them; you have to find a tradeoff between range, rate of fire and weight (capacity used to be an issue too, but with the introduction of different clip lengths, that's about redundant). His full-auto Recon has the range of a heavily modded Longshot (which is a damn big rifle), the rate of fire of a modified Stampede (which is seriously heavy, and impractical for use with anything save full-out conflict unless it's cut down, which reduces range and accuracy sharply) and the size of, well, a Recon (which has neither range nor rate of fire, although is admittedly one of my favourite blasters for its ergonomics). Put simply, it's a MASSIVE game breaker, and if it were possible, each and every person going to a Nerf war would be armed with one (as it happens, there are actually a few game breakers in Nerf - such as the Crossbow and semi-automatic Longshot - but the price and rarity of the former and the tulry ridiculously complicated design of the latter mean that they're almost never seen). This is why I think he should have to remove it from his profile./Rant

Re: [OOC] College Royale: The Assassination Game

Zero, I'll be sure to have him do something. That doesn't sound good at all for the character. And if it screws up the RP, with a wave of my finger, I shall asplode his character sheet and kick him out of here.

Re: [OOC] College Royale: The Assassination Game

Yo, to whoever made the character with the full-auto Recon:

It ain't possible. I've practised modding for years, and there is simply no way that you could physically make a Recon full-auto, let alone fire 6 darts per second at 100 feet.

For starters, there is NO WAY A RECON CAN GO FULL-AUTO. It doesn't work. Secondly, there's also no way one can fire 100 feet - it's got a Reverse Plunger, so the best you could squeeze out of it would be 50-60 feet. This is coming from someone who owns and has modded several, and who has read hundreds of mod writeups.

So for the love of god, remove it from your profile. Or explain to me how to make a Recon full-auto in such a way that I could do it (the closest thing I've ever seen to that would be a semi-auto Longshot, and that thing basically had its insides ripped out, weighed eight kilos and had its firing mechanism disfigured and modified so far that it really wasn't a Longshot so much as a homemade anymore). Trust me, I spent years toying with the idea of a full-auto Recon. But IT DOESN'T WORK.

Thankyou and goodbye.

Re: [OOC] College Royale: The Assassination Game

Mmm, still up for another character?

Re: [OOC] College Royale: The Assassination Game

I think you should Jay, this is your RP

Re: [OOC] College Royale: The Assassination Game

Okay.

how about we start? maybe someone will join after we're active.

Re: [OOC] College Royale: The Assassination Game

Hmmm... let me think...

A Nerf Spectre would probably be your best bet. It's a compact five-shot revolver, short-range (if you take out the air restrictors and PVC the barrels, though, they can hit fifty or sixty feet, and can go sixty-five to seventy with a brass barrel), which comes with a folding stock and detachable barrel which allows it to be used as a rifle if necessary. Probably the most useful gun in HvZ for day-to-day use; it's certainly what I carry around most of the time. It's also extremely quiet. Plus I've had mine for a year and it's never, ever failed to fire on me.

The next step up would be the Nerf Recon; it's a lot bulkier, but it's magazine-fed (so a much faster reload) and can hit the same ranges once modded. Plus, it comes with all sorts of attachments so you can switch it out to be a full-on rifle extremely quickly.

Hope this helped!

Re: [OOC] College Royale: The Assassination Game

Alright I've made my character if you need me to change anything just tell me please