The following is transcribed from a conversation between the informant and the interviewer.
Interviewer: You remember that game we played in highschool, water assassins?
Informant: Oh yeah! How could I forget? That shit was so much fun, dude.
Interviewer: you think you could explain a bit about what the aim of the game was?
Informant: for sure, we basically just got the entire senior class to get into teams of 5 or something like that and then we all got a target who we had to eliminate by spraying them with a water gun. Whoever got the most eliminations moved onto the next round and then whoever got the most by the end won the whole thing and then a pot of prize money.
My Informant is a 21 year old male who has lived in California for over 20 years. He originally lived in Utah, but moved too early to remember it there. He has very liberal views and works a full time job.
I spoke to my informant over a zoom call during the 2020 Coronavirus epidemic.
I think the idea of water assassins is great. It gets everyone in the entire senior class involved and makes them actually think of strategies and plan ahead for how to win. It is also interesting to see how far-reaching this trend is, as i have heard of people playing this as far as the east coast and even in the UK.