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My Phantom is murderous!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by dragonash, May 24, 2014.

  1. dragonash

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    Everytime I fly, the blades are stained with more blood!

    This might turn into one of those japanese stories where the blood is absorbed into the blades and in turn, they start to develop demon energy.

    Next thing you know, the phantom will start killing people! :evil:

    anyway, thats my alibi for when it takes its first life! (that isnt a bugs life, that is)
     
  2. IrishSights

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    What on earth are you doing? lol

    Sent from my Galaxy Note 8
     
  3. derrickduff

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    I noticed what appeared to be dirt or something on my props after flying it a couple times. I just though it must have been from kicking up dust when it takes off and lands. But recently I noticed there was blood and I realized the props are murdering bugs. There is probably something about the sound and lights that attracts bugs to the phantom.
     
  4. FlyingFox

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    Ha, I've also noticed this too, especially about a month ago when there were lots of midges about , I also wondered if anyone ever had a bird strike, when looking back at some videos I've seen a brown blur on a few occasions zip past underneath, I imagine most birds could manoeuvre away, but pigeons lol there a bit dumb . They would make a mess .
     
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    So far a dragonfly is the largest insect mine has pulled in.
     
  6. dragonash

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    in brooklyn, you dont get that much real estate to fly.
    So I go to parks and it's sort of closed in with trees and crap.

    So I guess gnats and stuff are in a tighter group around those areas.