You can stall a man-cannon launch with the thruster pack.
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#2robotwoinePosted 11/12/2012 6:56:01 AM
If you feel like dying, immediately make your way to the nearest Warthog turret.
#3ish0turfac3Posted 11/12/2012 6:57:12 AM
Shoot people and bunny hop. --- GT: ish0turfac3 "Democracy will cease to exist when money is taken from those who are willing to work and given to those who rather wouldn't."
#4rincewind1990Posted 11/12/2012 6:57:15 AM
Your shields won't regenerate if you have the hardlight shield activated.
#5gOwCoD4Posted 11/12/2012 6:59:32 AM
If you put two gravity volumes inside of each other, everything inside will levitate.
Actually, I made a gametype out of this, similar to that 'Trash Compactor' infection gametype in Halo 3. One person spawns outside the gravity well (which is fairly high and contained in a series of walls) and throws sticky grenades in at the other players, who have to try and dodge them. Since grenades don't prime unless they hit the ground or stick to a vehicle/person, they will float endlessly in the air.
It's actually a pretty hectic and amazing gametype. I recommend trying it out some time.
Also, this gravity thing is pretty fun for creating maps in Impact, where you can just have objects float endlessly. --- People really need to stop complaining about the inclusion of online passes...
#6BeastlyIguana(Topic Creator)Posted 11/12/2012 7:15:55 AM
Cool tricks so far. I like the idea of that gravity grenade thing, sounds like fun. --- Most of my messages are posted from an iPod Touch, so expect some spelling errors.
#7SomnambulisticPosted 11/12/2012 7:19:10 AM
You can shoot the Sticky Detonator explosive, whether it's already planted or in the air. If you time it perfectly you can kill someone who's wielding one with hilarious results. Or, if there's one planted on the wall/ground blocking you, just blast it. --- Ab-so-lutely.
#8lebraun171xboxPosted 11/12/2012 7:27:18 AM
throwing a grenade straight and really far by clicking spring right after you throw
#9ArcGuardPosted 11/12/2012 7:36:21 AM
When you pull out the Hardlight Shield, you can direct your facing before it is all the way out (so If you hold right while pulling the trigger, you'll spin and face that direction)
Similar to the Banshee loop. If you're holding right when you're doing it, you'll turn right when you come out (essentially, the game keep track of how long you held right, and you'll start to turn that direction as soon as your loop ends. YOU CAN CONTROL YOUR FACING COMING OUT OF THE LOOP!)
#10BeastlyIguana(Topic Creator)Posted 11/12/2012 7:58:49 AM
Anyone else? The more knowledge we spread, the better! --- Most of my messages are posted from an iPod Touch, so expect some spelling errors.