O k. This is basicily a cool game I use to play when I was in 1st-6th grade in gym. Since I think it's so cool, I am going to share it with you. Hope you in joy. Sorry I couldn't find a picture of a spy and a doctor, So i used a spy verus spy picture.
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Step 1: What You'll Need.
Ok, getting the stuff should be simple. You need three simple things.
-Balls(or rocks if your like that) soft balls are probaly best-
-an area to play. Maybe a park, or open field-
Easy, right? You can also use like team uniforms. You'll know why soon enough.
Step 2: Rules
Ok, teams must (ok, not must) have even number of players. Each team picks a doctor, and a spy. When you get hit with a ball, you must sit where you are standing. The only way to get back up is if the doctor tags you. The spy, being a spy, can cross the middle of the line, on go on the other teams side of the field. A player can only hold two balls at a time. I use one for blocking, and one for throwing. Head shots don't count. Also, a spy can hit players no matter what side of the field he is on. Since the spy can go on your side, you might want to wear the same uniform so you know where, and who he/she is.
Step 3: The Ojective.
Basicly, you want to get everyone on the other team down, while keeping at least one person up on your team. Also, to make them mad, don't throw the balls until they thrown all theres, then, have everyone on your team throw them at once.
Step 4: Safety First
If you do play this game with rocks (which I don't recomend) please wear a helment. You want to protect your head, and your brain...and skull...and all of you. Also, don't aim at others head with hard balls, or rocks. One more thing, when you play this game, if you don't pay attention for too too long, you could get hurt. Also, people will complain if they *hit* you, so, just to end it, say they did. Remember. HAVE FUN, and be safe.