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Squirt Gun Murder Round 2

posted Mar 8, 2010, 1:08 PM by President UBCFizz
"It's about that time: Squirt Gun Murder Round 2. Last semester, Rob Hocking from the Math Club claimed the title, but now it's time for another club to try to wrestle the title away. There will be some changes to the rules which I will send out closer to the kick-off date, and if you have any suggestions I would love to hear them. Hopefully all the competitors from last semester will return, but new competitors are especially welcome to take up this challenge and represent their club. 

As before, you will get a target and you will have to squirt them, after which you will get their target and continue. The goal is to kill as many people as possible and not be killed. You may us as much skill, cunning, and good looks as you possess. This challenge is between the Physsoc, BioPhys, Fizz, and Math Clubs. The game ends on April 13th, with prizes being awarded to the last man standing and the most kills (if they are different people). The winning club will get the glory of having won the challenge this year. In order to increase your club's chances of winning, we hope to get many members to participate. (This game is as passive or as active as you make it - you can search for your target, or simply avoid getting killed and aim to be the last man standing. It's you're choice. That is, if you are thinking of not participating because you are too busy, it can barely take any time at all.)

We will have the kick-off meeting on Tuesday, March 16 (hopefully this isn't too soon!), so prepare. This game is going to be quicker, smarter, and more strategic than ever before! It runs from March 16th, 2010, and ends April 13th, 2010, one month later. 

To register, e-mail ta.roberson@hotmail.com with your name, e-mail address, phone number, and the specification of what club you will be playing for by Friday, March 12, 2010, then attend the kick-off meeting and pay your $2 fee on Tuesday, March 16th, 2010 at 3:20 in the Physsoc. (If you can't make this arrangements can be made).

Thanks, and good luck,

Trisha Roberson
VP Social
UBC Physics Society"
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