Ben (to the left) tracked the storm as it poured buckets overhead to see how long we would have to wait it out. According to weather radar, there would be a noticeable gap between two cells that would hopefully be dry. Sure enough, as the clouds moved away, a rainbow emerged and we were able to get some games in!
That being said, I am not patient enough to fill the role of a "sniper". I tend to move more, lead from the front lines, and fight out those mid-range battles more often. Combining my need to be on the move with this lethally accurate blaster has been a challenge, but all this messing around and fine-tuning of the blaster's mechanics have really made for an interesting combination.
I suppose another reason I haven't made a full video review is that I've been trying to make use of these frequent late-spring storms that have been rolling through. I wanted to shoot the footage for the LTX EF5 with some kind of storm going on in the background, but I may just have to film it normally. What do you guys think? Should I wrap things up with the LTX EF5 as it stands now, or should I try to make a bit of a "Cinematic Event" out of this?