Archive for the ‘William Tell Me Where it Hurts’ category


March 20th, 2011

I’m really starting to enjoy using the Huntsman, though it still feels like it’s about 75% luck and 25% skill. Take this screen, for example.  I saw him duck behind the wall, but I didn’t actually see him start to pop out of cover.  I just let one fly where I thought he might go [...]

Shot Through the Heart

March 16th, 2010

And Ned’s to blame. OK, so as a title it’s a bit of a stretch. Nice screenie though, eh?

Sniper with Intelligence

December 21st, 2009

Brad Beattie seen here taking them all on. Check out the arrow in that Engy. Yeesh!

In a horrifying turn of events, this Engy was killed and mangled in the working parts of Bat21‘s arrow riddled sentry gun. He twitched and was flung about mercilessly between the gun’s gyrations and the heat of the battle. Not pretty. It’s so not pretty that you can now get an approximation of this in [...]

It only hurts when I think.

November 16th, 2009

I would just like to thank Galuade for improving the quality of this screenshot by an order of magnitude.

Cupid is a Wanker.

November 16th, 2009

Don’t Wrassle My Gun

November 9th, 2009

First an arrow, now Scout is man-handling Sasha.

Fun With The Huntsman

June 23rd, 2009

We were enjoying a Gentleman’s Sniper Match last night on 2fart, where this photo was taken. Brikhaus first shot the luckless Sniper named Grim off the deck, and I pinned him to that spot before he hit the ground. Total luck, of course. I’m enjoying the Huntsman immensely….It really does have a learning curve.

FrankNFurter posing next to Team TACO Slick’s Scout kill. Through the ears! Whoa! Great shot, mailed in by the Slick. (I would guess that Soldier was Frank even if you hadn’t told me, Taco)

Mailbag: Spy-agra.

June 6th, 2009

You gotta see this one in full size. Also, note the Sniper’s shocked(!) expression. Mailed in by Brikhaus, who included this caption: “When taking spy-agra, call a sniper if arrow-rection lasts longer than 3 hours.” Screenshot captured by Mrs. Brikhaus.

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