Campaign to Camarillo 2012: Step 1 – Makin a List, Checkin it Twice

In preparation for the Camarillo Southern California Humans vs. Zombies event, I’ve compiled a kick start checklist of things that I should do or improve to prepare myself for this event. If my calculations are correct, I have 78 days left until the event, which takes place on July 20.

In no particular order:

Get a little bit more comfortable with my blaster of choice for this game, the Rayven.
Work on Cardo, at least 3 times a week, for 25-30 minutes each.
Start collecting and counting bad socks.
Learn how to roll them up, if there is a proper technique.
Finishing reading the Art of War.
Get Spectre barrel from other storage site.
Invite, and in some cases convince, friends to go.
Modify or improve Nerf Tac Vest and/or drop pouch loadout.
Sort good darts from bad darts. W & T Streamlines for the win, remember?
Possibly get different containers for good and bad darts?
Check which 18 dart drum clips rotate well, and which ones don’t.
Get a feel or find a way to track 18 dart clip usage.
(Most likely) buy GoPro Hero 2 camera and SD card to record footage of game.
Buy stronger voltage batteries, battery converter, case, charger, and multimeter from Chinese store (note to self, allow 3 to 4 weeks for shipping).

Thats about 15 or 16 things I need to do, some or continuous, others are one and done. Something tells me I won’t get them all done, but stay tuned and I keep you guys updated with blog posts.

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2 thoughts on “Campaign to Camarillo 2012: Step 1 – Makin a List, Checkin it Twice”

  1. Hey bud, just letting you and everyone else know that the GoPro Hero 2 camera is pretty greedy on memory. I use a 16 GB sim card and only get 1.5 hours of 1080HD footage. You may want to record in spurts, like just the action scenes. Also, the best way (that I’ve found) to ball up socks is to just tie them into knots as tightly as you can. Get the thing into as compact a mass as possible and your aim (along with speed) will improve.

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