So this is something I’ve been talking about doing for quite some time now, but just never seemed to get around to. Cut to a fairly quiet Christmas Eve at home, redoing the OS on my HTPC and thought why the hell not? Tonight seems as good a time as any to kick off so here goes!
This blog will be about all things related to the goodness of foam dart blasters. For most of you this means Nerf guns, but I’m not in love with the term gun nor the brand specific Nerf when talking about my blasters. Therefore Foam Dart Goodness it is! This means I’ll be doing everything from modification walkthroughs for the complete beginner, through to showcasing some of my more advanced blasters, coverage of games I’m able to attend, generic musings I have on blasters in general, and even the odd review.
So who am I and why do you care about what I have to say? Glad you asked! My name is Joe, I’m 24yrs old and live in Canberra, Australia. I was introduced to the wonderment of blasters through the brilliant game of Humans vs Zombies at the Australian National University while I was still a student. During my time there I played in two games, moderated one, and even helped run the club as an executive. Since leaving the ANU I started playing games with the Canberra and Southern NSW Dart Tag association, before eventually taking on an admin role. I have a fairly sizable collection of a whole range of different blasters and I’m quite interested in modifying them. I currently take part in about two games a month and practically never miss an opportunity to dispense some foam dart goodness.
Basically, if you’re at all interested in practically anything to do with blasters, stick around, I’m sure you’ll find something that takes your fancy. New posts will be going up weekly, every Tuesday evening. First post for this Tuesday, the 27th, will be a simple modification guide to my all-round favorite blaster, the Nerf Raider.