First cas of the team: Killed a tomb guardian Alain
in his first game. Refused to hit after that (failed stupidity) or even play (was ko:ed some turns after). He never understood the agreements, HE DOESNT WANT TO KILL ANYONE - he is also vegetarian!
Okay... the troll intercepts Bomber´s bomb. Tosses it back, but not accurate. Hits a marauder, who dies!!
And goes past 24 spp with a massive 9 sop-game!! Awarded with tents!
Missed the 19th game.
Killed in the 20th game, apo to mng but Regen worked.
Game 21, mng no Regen on a foul in a horrible game.
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Ralph Hubert "Sonny" Barger (born October 8, 1938(1938-10-08) in Modesto, California) is a founding member (1957) of the Oakland, California, U.S. chapter of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club.
Sonny Barger is also the author of four books: Hell's Angel: The Life and Times of Sonny Barger and the Hell's Angels Motorcycle Club, Freedom: Credos from the Road, Dead in 5 Heartbeats and 6 Chambers, 1 Bullet. He was editor for the book Ridin' High, Livin' Free. Barger has appeared as an extra in the films Hells Angels on Wheels and Hell's Angels '69. He wrote a guide for motorcycle riders published in 2010.
Barger was one of the Hells Angels present at the The Rolling Stones' Altamont Free Concert in 1969. He is also infamous for his appearance in Hunter S. Thompson's bestselling book, Hell's Angels: The Strange and Terrible Saga of the Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs. Barger and the Hells Angels made international headlines when a small group disrupted hundreds of anti-war protestors in Berkeley, California in 1965.
Barger was also listed in Tom Wolfe's best seller: The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test during Ken Kesey's La Honda encampment.
In 1983, Barger was diagnosed with throat cancer, caused by years of heavy smoking. As a result, his vocal cords were removed, and after a laryngectomy he has learned to vocalize using the muscles in his throat.
In 1988, Barger was sentenced for conspiring to blow up the clubhouse of a rival motorcycle club, the Outlaws in Louisville, Kentucky, and spent four years in federal prison in Arizona.
As of 2007, Barger remains an active member of the Hells Angels in the Cave Creek Chapter (Phoenix, Arizona), having moved there from Oakland in 1998. He is reported to have owned 10 to 12 motorcycles throughout his life. In recent years Barger has worked to promote motorcycle safety, co-authoring a book on the subject with Darwin Holmstrom, the author of "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Motorcycles". The book, "Let's Ride: Sonny Barger's Guide to Motorcycling," was released by HarperCollins on 8 June, 2010