I killed a guy that was corner camping, and one of my teammates took the tag

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2 years ago#11
Eviladams posted...
I go for all tags, whether I killed the player or not. I don't care at all if a teammate grabs my tags. Better them than the enemy.


I pretty much feel the same, although if I see someone actually making the effort to grab their tags I will back off or even cover them while they do it. As long as the enemy doesn't get them, it's all good.

Blocking someone into a corner is a pretty bush league move though, TC. You're being even worse of a teammate to the rest of your team than that guy was grabbing your tag.
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2 years ago#12
If I'm having a day I look for any excuse to trap people in corners. Makes for fun times. I definitely prefer to trap enemies in corners with my assault shield more but occasionally a team mate needs to be taught a lesson. Trapping enemies in corners with a shield is so much more rewarding.
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