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Camarillo, CA Humans vs. Zombies Returns for Winter 2014/Early 2015 Game Sessions. Dec. 20, 2014 & Jan. 3, 2015


Watch a video trailer for the upcoming games above.

After a lack of the usual Summer games, Camrillo Humans vs. Zombies organizers are back with two games for the Winter 2014/Early 2015 sessions! The organizers had to relocate to an Airsoft field for last year’s Winter games, but we are back now at Mission Oaks/Mission Verde Park. If you know anything about Southern California Humans vs. Zombies games, you’ll know that there’s not a lot of colleges or schools that have them over here. Which is why the creators of this area decided to organize this game back in 2008. If your visiting and in the LA County area, why not come over to play some HvZ? If your thinking about going, we would love to have you!

There is a $10 admission fee. The proceeds will go towards the Wounded Warrior Project. We, the organizers have gotten permission from the game’s creators to charge people.

I’ll be going to Day 2/Game 2! If you want to say hi, meet up, or possibly get a squad together to play, feel free to let me know!

Where:
5501 Mission Oaks Blvd
Camarillo, CA, US
(Searching up Mission Verde Park, Camarillo CA in Google Maps will also direct you to the right place.)

When:
December 20, 2014 & January 3, 2015 (Saturdays)
(They are separate games, if you can’t make both, feel free to go to only one then.)

9 AM to around 5 PM.

What to Bring:
Layered clothing to keep warm.
Water, theres only a couple of water fountains.
Money for Lunch or your own lunch
Blasters (nothing to crazyily modded)
Darts
A good attitude
STOCK DARTS ONLY
$10 for the Entry Cost

What NOT to bring:
Banned blasters from Nerf Wars
Common sense stuff that’s way too powerful.

Camarillo is about an hour drive from Los Angeles. The drive is well worth it though. Some unique things about this game is that the mod team changes every year. Each mod brings a different outlook on game missions and objectives, which makes for a truly unique experience each game. Game time is usually from 10 am to 4 pm with a lunch break around noon. Some of the unique or different rules can be found below.

– There is no starve out period, and stun timers are shorter to make up for the day long game.

– The park has two decent sized fields on it, but the major terrain perk is that there’s a two or three mile long winding creek that is great for missions and surprise attacks.

– Only 1 safe zone.

– An additional, smaller park two blocks away that are also sometimes used for missions.

Feel free to leave any questions here or on the Facebook event page.

Event Link:
https://www.facebook.com/events/744045465674279/?ref=4

Rules from the 2013 Winter Games for Reference. This Winter Sessions games will look similar.
http://vrd.im/Summer2013Rules.pdf

HvZ Wiki Lin (View Game History a bit)
http://wiki.humansvszombies.org/index.php/Camarillo_-_Mission_Oaks

Feel free to join the Facebook Group!
https://www.facebook.com/groups/57414061936

I like to prepare and show my readers/viewers how I prepare for these games. If you would like to follow some of my past journeys doing that, as well as check out game media related to our past and future games, check out my “Campaign to Camarillo” posts here.

Also, you can check out my Humans vs. Zombies related posts here.

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Camarillo, CA Winter 2012 Humans vs. Zombies Media Footage


Camarillo Humans vs. Zombies Winter 2012 – Game 1, Part 1/3 – Harassed By Zombies

Remember when I advertised for this Humans vs. Zombies game that head organized back in Winter 2012? Well I finally have all my game footage, as well as vlogs, uploaded now! Again, we played two different games on two different days, and had 81 people play the first day, and 87 the next. Check below for much more video and photos on the event as well as more information on our games.

Continue reading Camarillo, CA Winter 2012 Humans vs. Zombies Media Footage

Camarillo, California Humans vs. Zombies Summer 2013 Trailer


Video trailer I made for the game, footage from the Summer 2012 game and Winter 2012 games.

Where:
5501 Mission Oaks Blvd
Camarillo, CA, US
(Searching up Mission Verde Park, Camarillo CA in Google Maps will also direct you to the right place.)

When:
July 13 & July21 (Sundays) 2012
(They are separate games, if you can’t make both, feel free to go to only one then.)

What to Bring:
Loose and comfortable clothing. It is in July/Summer after all!
Sunscreen is recommended.
A hat is also recommended.
Water, theres only a couple of water fountains.
Money for Lunch or your own lunch
Blasters (nothing to crazyily modded)
Darts
A good attitude
STOCK DARTS ONLY

What NOT to bring:
Banned blasters from Nerf Wars
Common sense stuff that’s way too powerful.

Hey guys, if you happen to be in Southern California, feel free to come to the Camarillo, Mission Oaks Park day long game. If you know anything about Southern California Humans vs. Zombies games, you’ll know that there’s not a lot of colleges or schools that have them over here. That’s why I’m pushing hard for this game by inviting people I know as well as blogging about it.

Camarillo is about an hour drive from Los Angeles. The drive is well worth it though. Some unique things about this game is that the mod team changes every year. Each mod brings a different outlook on game missions and objectives, which makes for a truly unique experience each game. Game time is usually from 10 am to 4 pm with a lunch break around noon.

There is no starve out period, and stun timers are shorter to make up for the day long game.

The park has two decent sized fields on it, but the major terrain perk is that theres a two or three mile long winding creek that is great for missions and surprise attacks.

Only 1 safe zone.

An additional, smaller park two blocks away that is also sometimes used for missions.

Camarillo Humans vs. Zombies now has dates for Summer 2013! I’m not the head organizer this time like in the Winter 2012 games, but I will be moderating and helping organize though. These past games had 81 people people attend first day, and then 87 people the second, which makes the second day the biggest Camarillo HvZ event in it’s history! If your visiting and in the LA County area, why not come over to play some HvZ? If your thinking about going, we would love to have you!

Feel free to leave any questions here or on the facebook event page.

Event Link:
https://www.facebook.com/events/150136905176237/

Rules from the Winter 2012 Game, which or may may not be changed for the upcoming Summer 2013 Games.
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B-Kz_tNI-tgQd3l5Q3pSQ0JjWTQ/edit?usp=sharing

HvZ Wiki Link:
http://wiki.humansvszombies.org/index.php/Camarillo_-_Mission_Oaks

Music Video Recap of the Winter 2012 Games

Day 1 Photos:
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.404819962921368.88577.150979781638722&type=3

Day 2 Photos:
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.416890061714358.90691.150979781638722&type=3

Campaign to Camarillo Summer 2013: Summer 2013 Camarillo, CA Game Dates Decided!

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I’m the dude with the panda accessories!

If you’ve been following my blog since about 2011, you should know that Camarillo Humans vs. Zombies is the biggest, open, Nerf related even in Southern California. Every Summer and Winter, a group of volunteers organize and host day long Humans vs. Zombies games in Mission. I helped organize the Winter 2012 HvZ games, and I’m helping organize these Summer 2013 games. That’s partly why I haven’t been uploading as much videos or posting on here as much.

The Summer 2013 game dates have been decided!

The first game is on July 13th, A Saturday, at 9 AM.
The second game is on July 21, a Sunday, at 9 AM.

Search “Mission Verde Park, Camarillo, CA” on Google Maps to get the location and directions to the event.

Check out the Facebook event page here. You can discuss the event there, and please RSVP if you plan on going. Below, I’ve also linked music videos to two previous events that I’ve been to.


Winter 2012 Music Video Recap
Music, P.O.D. – Goodbye for Now


Summer 2012 Music Video Recap
Music, Maroon 5 – Harder to Breathe (The Cool Kids Remix) (Video blocked in Germany)

Camarillo, CA Winter 2012 Humans vs. Zombies (Dec 16 & 23 2012)


Camarillio, CA Humans vs. Zombies Winter 2012 Trailer, ALL footage shown is from the Summer 2012 Game.

Where:
5501 Mission Oaks Blvd
Camarillo, CA, US
(Searching up Mission Verde Park, Camarillo CA in Google Maps will also direct you to the right place.)

When:
December 16 & 23 (Sundays) 2012

What to Bring:
Warm Clothing! It is in December, and weather forecasts are showing weather in the low 60s for that day.
Sunscreen is recommended.
A hat is also recommended.
Water, theres only a couple of water fountains.
Money for Lunch or your own lunch
Blasters (nothing to crazyily modded)
Darts
A good attitude
STOCK DARTS ONLY

What NOT to bring:
Banned blasters from Nerf Wars
Common sense stuff thats way too powerful.

Hey guys, if you happen to be in Southern California, feel free to come to the Camarillo, Mission Oaks Park day long game. If you know anything about Southern California Humans vs. Zombies games, you’ll know that theres not a lot of colleges or schools that have them over here. Thats why I’m pushing hard for this game by inviting people I know as well as blogging about it.

Camarillo is about an hour and a half drive from Los Angeles. The drive is well worth it though. Some unique things about this game is that the mod team changes every year. Each mod brings a different outlook on game missions and objectives, which makes for a truly unique experience each game. Game time is usually from 10 am to 4 pm with a lunch break around noon.

There is no starve out period, and stun timers are shorter to make up for the day long game.

The park has two decent sized fields on it, but the major terrain perk is that theres a two or three mile long winding creek that is great for missions and surprise attacks.

Only 1 safe zone.

An additional, smaller park two blocks away that is also sometimes used for missions.

Camarillo Humans vs. Zombies is back for Winter 2012! I’m actually the head organizer this time around, and I’m bring some new ideas to the table, including things like zombie missions, zombie buffs and rewards, and prizes to be handed out at the end of the game! This past game had 70 people attend, the second biggest game in Camarillo history. If your visiting and in the LA County area, why not come over to play some HvZ? If your thinking about going, we would love to have you!

Feel free to leave any questions here or on the facebook event page.

HvZ Wiki Link:
http://wiki.humansvszombies.org/index.php/Camarillo_-_Mission_Oaks

Event Link:
http://www.facebook.com/events/453999524652362/


Music Video Recap of the Summer 2011 Game

Humans vs Zombies Camarillo,CA 2012 Summer Recap Music Video

Heres a recap sort of video in a music video style edit. The song is Maroon 5 – Harder to Breathe (The Cool Kids Remix). and since I used that song, the video can’t be viewed in Germany. Sorry Germany readers!

Basic Nerf interview with MVP of the Camarillo 2012 Summer HvZ game, Ferris McIntyre

While shooting a video with Click Click Bamf on the Hail-Fire, this small girl asks to use the Hail-Fire. And thats how I met Ferris, a pretty interesting 16 year old who took charge of the leadership roles amongst my group and eventually most of the human force. Ferris the first and only girl, as well as the youngest person in Camarillo game history to win the MVP award. I decided to interview her and try and get to know her more.

Basic Nerf: Why don’t you tell the readers a little bit about yourself?

Ferris: Ok well, my name is Ferris McIntyre and I am 16 years old. I go to Rio Mesa High School with my twin sister Natalie. I am pretty average girl with hobbies and am someone who likes to just have fun. In my experience HVZ is a great way to do that.

I’m sure you get a lot of “Ferris Bueller” nicknames? I know that was my first nickname for you haha. Ever see the movie?

Hahaha yes I have many times. And I plan on doing my own version of it for my senior year. Including the car.

Haha oh gosh, be sure to bring Phil and Natalie along for the ride.

Hahaha I will do.

So how does it feel to be the first, and so far only, girl to win the Camarillo HvZ MVP fan award? As far as I know, your the only girl to have won it.

It feels amazing. I have always looked up to the MVP in the game and now that it is me I am very excited to go to more games and get even better at it. To help teach myself and anyone else who would like some help in the game. Being the first girl was just the cherry on top.
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