Basic Nerf War 1/6/13 Videos (My First Nerf Wars of 2013)

Nerf War TDM – Elite Rayven 8.4v Gameplay (Game 1)

First game with the Elite Rayven. The ranges on an Elite Rayven running 8.4v are about 5-10 feet better then it’s stock voltage. Also, I like the faster spin up time. Game 1 of 5 that we played that day.

My first game of 2013!

If you haven’t been keeping up with my Youtube Channel, then you might have missed my first batch of 2013 GoPro recorded Nerf Wars. Check my channel for them (and more!) or keep reading this post to see the rest of the games.

Nerf War/Scavenger Hunt – Leading The Team (Elite Rayven Gameplay) (Game 2)

So before the game, I thought it was a good idea for the girls with their lesser skills to go around solving the riddles and collecting the items for the team, while the guys protected them and held off attackers. There were 7 items to collect, and if your team collects the majority of them then your team wins the game. Items dropped off at your base are safe and can not be taken by the other team.

It was 5 of our team, vs 6 of the other team.

Check below for 3 more games/videos.

Nerf War CTF – A Very Close Game (Elite Rayven Gameplay) (Game 3)

Another Capture The Flag game. I won’t spoil too much, but this game was pretty close. There are flags at each teams base. To win, simply capture the opponent’s flag, bring it back to your base, and hold it for 30 seconds.

Nerf War Protect The VIP – Smoove Maneuvers Ends Games (Game 4)

I’m on the defending/protecting team. To win, either defend and protect the VIP for 10 minutes and/or take out the other team. Everyone has 3 hits/lives.

Nerf War Siege The Fort – 126 Rounds Of Foam (Game 5)

The number in the title refers to the amount of darts I usually carry in my clips/mags in my chest rig. In this game especially, it proves to come in handy.

Siege the Fort is a very simple game. There are two teams, attackers and defenders. The attacking team starts off with 2 or 3 people, and have one hit on them. When they are hit, they must go back and touch their spawn point to re-enter the game.

The defenders start off on the playground equipment. They have 3 hits on them. When they are hit 3 times, they must go touch the respawn point, and then join the attacking team.

We played one more game after this, a free for all, but I’ll save that video for another day.


3 thoughts on “Basic Nerf War 1/6/13 Videos (My First Nerf Wars of 2013)”

  1. PLEASE!! PLEASE!! PLEASE!! do a review for the Elite Rayven and a firing test? Well I least wanna know if the stock ranges are better than the Stryfe’s stock ranges and how smooth the trigger pull is compared to the Stryfe?


    1. I plan on making a comparison article between those two blasters, but I need to use the Stryfe more. Like I’ve been doing for my blog’s history, I battle test each blaster before I make a review on it.

      In the Stryfe’s case, it’s been giving me some bad experiences, but I feel like those are mostly due to error on my part. I’ll keep using it and work the kinks out.

      At the very least, in my eye balled range tests, the Elite Rayven gets about 5 feet more average then the Stryfe does in flat range tests. The trigger pull on the Stryfe is easier then the Rayven.


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