Tournament

We can offer you a great space, where you can organize all kinds of tournaments around you. Whether you’re a tournament organizer at heart, or have participated in tournaments in Duluth and now wish to move forward and organize your own, the 3 O’clock Spot is the right place with a huge range of settings and possibilities for you to create your dream competition, especially the nerf war.

A Nerf war is the term for a battle between two or more players, individually or in teams. Teams usually have the same number of players, but may sometimes be unequal to balance skill levels. These tournaments are popular in Georgia:

Hostage

This is an extremely thrilling match option for those who want to take their Nerf wars to the next level. Each team gives one unarmed player as a “hostage” to the other team. Teams then have a few minutes to hide their hostage. Both teams then go out and try to rescue their hostage. A hostage cannot move until a teammate taps them with a hand. The hostage can now be given a weapon. Whichever team rescues their hostage first by bringing them back to base wins.

Capture the flag

Capture the Flag requires a playing field of some sort. This field is divided into two designated halves, known as territories. Players form two teams, one for each territory. Each side has a “flag” which is most often a piece of fabric but can be any object small enough to be easily carried by a person (night time games might use flashlights, glowsticks or lanterns as the “flags”). Sometimes teams wear dark colors at night to make it more difficult for their opponents to see them. If one team has the opposing team’s flag on their territory they may be tagged because they have the opposing team’s flag.

Each team has a flag to defend and must capture their opponent’s flag to win. The first team to capture the other team’s flag wins.

Civil war

Single-shot blasters are required. Both teams face each other in straight lines a good distance apart. Starting with one team, going down the line, each player takes one shot at the other team. If a player is hit in the arm or leg, they cannot use it for the rest of the game, for any purpose. If a player loses both their arms, they cannot fire. If a player loses both their legs, they must move on their knees. A player shot in the torso is out for the game. After one team has made their shots, they advance one step forward, and the next teams go. The team that eliminates the opposition is the winner in this most popular tournament in Atlanta.

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