My first submission. lemme know if i did something wrong.
It was the day after i had received my cps 1500 and 2700 in the mail. A friday, and i went over to my friend (who i will refer to as Matt) 's house. my other friend (Rick) was there too. Matt's little sister, (Amy) dicided to battle with us in the woods down the street. I used my 1500, Rick used my 1000, Matt used my 2700, and Amy used Matt's colossus. we filled up, and decided it would be a soakfest with no refills allowed, as we did not have much time. As soon as the game started, i hid and surveyed the feild. Matt was perched in a tree, ready to snipe, when i saw him get soaked from a tree behind him. I looked and saw it was rick. he was in another tree behind matt. Amy was lurking around to my right. i started sneaking around, following her. Rick was locked in a long range duel with Matt, so rick was double soaked when he was hit by amy from below, and matt from the front. his 1000 was about out of water, and he was totally soaked, so he went off to the side to watch. amy turned around just in time to get soaked by 1500 5x Fury from me. she ran away quick, but forgot about matt in the tree. she ran right under him and got punished by a wave, a full 10x shot from a 2700, with all of it's, and gravy`s power behind it. she was considered drenched, and joined rick. that left only me and matt. after dodging and returning shots for a while, i faced the fact that his reservoir would outlast me. i ran right underneath the branch he was on, flipped to 10x, an looked up to see a 10x nozzle staring back at me. in that moment. with nozzles aimed, i realized that the reason matt had been soaking people so well in this fight was because he was playing to the strenghs of his gun and his position. he had a significant range and capacity advantage. to beat him, i would have to play to my strengths, and minimize his. i had the advantage of mobility. as soon as i saw his gun kick from the recoil, i lunged forward, dodging the blast. my back was still partially drenched, but it was the right move, and i will never forget the feeling of seeing matt engulfed in a column of water from my 1500's 10x nozzle, as i shot him.
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