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19 June 2008 - 11:46 AMhow long does the game last for and is there any special rules like no full auto or any of that stuff?
15 February 2008 - 02:54 PMThis is the only time latin class is helping me. The snipers have some dumb little phrase in latin. So this could be ours.
Caedere venimus. nihilum viderunt. Noster oppugnavimus. Caesi sunt. Gladium sumus!
Roughly: We came to kill (a little harsh maybe?). They saw nothing (a little to sniperish?). We attacked (Noster may be left out but in order to keep the two word rythym I added it in). They fell (This is a play on the first set of words but in this case Caedo is passive in form and is used to mean fall not kill). We are sabres ( This phrase actually means "we are swords" but I cannot find a latin word meaning sabre. Maybe there is none?)
So: We came to kill. They saw nothing. We attacked. They fell. We are Sabres (swords)!
Maybe you would like: We came to kill. We attacked. They saw nothing. They fell. We are Sabres!
It was originally based on the phrase "Veni, Vidi, Vici." Vici means I conquered. Oppugno,-are,-avi,-atus means attack. I could change it to conquer if you wish.
The word would be vicimus (I believe after a week and a half away from school, I may be wrong.)
I like the whole latin thing. it just needs to be shorter.