I thought panic knifing was removed

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3 years ago#21
Panic knifing is when someone turns a corner and they "panic" when they see you and quickly hit their knife, hoping for the kill.
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3 years ago#22
Did they fix the Balistic Knife lunge? Im tired of 30 foot lunges killing me 1 kill before a Cobra.
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3 years ago#23
Panic Knife: A term used by scrubs who get killed by the knife.

If you run into me close quarters and I knife you, trust me, I didn't panic. I knew exactly what I was doing. Stop being so scrubby gamefaqs.
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3 years ago#25
Is it also called panic shooting when someone turns the corner and panic when they see you and quickly start shooting, hoping for the kill?
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3 years ago#26
From: drill bees | Posted: 11/11/2012 9:30:55 AM | #025
Is it also called panic shooting when someone turns the corner and panic when they see you and quickly start shooting, hoping for the kill?


I was simply answering to the TC, since he didn't know what it was. I'm not taking any side here so I don't see the point of being a douche.
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3 years ago#27
drill bees posted...
PastyPCNerd posted...
Panic Knife:

When one is surprised to be caught in a close-quarters situation, there first reaction is to mash the one-hit-kill button. These people typically cannot aim very well and tend to use the strongest (or low recoil) weapons, exclusively.

I've seen this scrubby "tactic" in other games as well. Back when I played Battlefield 3 (3-4 months ago), I was still seeing it. Surely, people would know, nearly a year after release, that knifing is a panic button in that game -- BUT -- it wouldn't be called "panic knifing" if people actually set up their knife kills (ie: sneaking up and using it from behind to remain hidden from the radar).


Nice non sequitur


denial is not a good thing. the first step to over coming your panic/anxiety is admitting that you have a problem
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3 years ago#28
I wish there was a perk to reduce knife damage.
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3 years ago#29
PastyPCNerd posted...
drill bees posted...
PastyPCNerd posted...
Panic Knife:

When one is surprised to be caught in a close-quarters situation, there first reaction is to mash the one-hit-kill button. These people typically cannot aim very well and tend to use the strongest (or low recoil) weapons, exclusively.

I've seen this scrubby "tactic" in other games as well. Back when I played Battlefield 3 (3-4 months ago), I was still seeing it. Surely, people would know, nearly a year after release, that knifing is a panic button in that game -- BUT -- it wouldn't be called "panic knifing" if people actually set up their knife kills (ie: sneaking up and using it from behind to remain hidden from the radar).


Nice non sequitur


denial is not a good thing. the first step to over coming your panic/anxiety is admitting that you have a problem


And COMPLETELY ignoring that this so called "instant kill" is available to everyone isn't denial?

I've seen plenty of instances where someone "panic knifed" and missed.
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3 years ago#30
possession posted...
PastyPCNerd posted...
drill bees posted...
PastyPCNerd posted...
Panic Knife:

When one is surprised to be caught in a close-quarters situation, there first reaction is to mash the one-hit-kill button. These people typically cannot aim very well and tend to use the strongest (or low recoil) weapons, exclusively.

I've seen this scrubby "tactic" in other games as well. Back when I played Battlefield 3 (3-4 months ago), I was still seeing it. Surely, people would know, nearly a year after release, that knifing is a panic button in that game -- BUT -- it wouldn't be called "panic knifing" if people actually set up their knife kills (ie: sneaking up and using it from behind to remain hidden from the radar).


Nice non sequitur


denial is not a good thing. the first step to over coming your panic/anxiety is admitting that you have a problem


And COMPLETELY ignoring that this so called "instant kill" is available to everyone isn't denial?

I've seen plenty of instances where someone "panic knifed" and missed.


He's just trolling
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