Along with the DartFire, found a preview image of the upcoming Nerf Super Soaker Floodinator on this German website. Seeing that it lacks a trigger, currently presuming that this is a pump-action water blaster, but whether it sports a single or fan/spread/burst-type nozzle arrangement remains to be seen.
Found this potential image of the upcoming Nerf Super Soaker DartFire on this website in Germany. Looks like it will feature some sort of pressurization (it has a trigger), but appears to be a water blaster/dart gun hybrid. My current guess is that it will fire darts together with a stream similarly to how the Nerf Super Soaker Tidal Torpedo Bow shoots water and/or foam rockets.
That said, I don’t have high expectations in terms of its performance.
After a few days setting up, the new version of The Art of Soaking seems to be up and running relatively smoothly. The biggest back-end challenge remains ensuring that the site remains spam/bot-free while allowing any real Users the ability to register and post if they wish.
Well, thanks to a faulty phpbb upgrade attempt, the previous forums on The Art of Soaking have been wiped. While I had attempted to back-up the site before doing the upgrade, even the back-up failed to restore the content.
As such, I’ve decided to ditch the previous phpbb installation and will be rebuilding The Art of Soaking now via WordPress.
Will be setting things up on the back-end for a little bit, but on the bright side, the actual image content is not lost – merely presently hidden. I’ll report the lost images soon.
Thanks for your patience and understanding during this rebuilding phase.
Never too late for a Fall water fight!
Original picture of fountain found in Cambridge, MA, USA
How the revolution began…
Not sure on its effectiveness for hiding (need more splotched to break up the big yellow reservoir area), but it is an interesting variant on the original colour scheme of the Water Warriors Python 2.