If you were allowed to sacriface you killstreaks for 1 more allocation point....

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2 years ago#1
would you?

I would
2 years ago#2
sure
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2 years ago#3
Might as well have asked "are you a bad player?"
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2 years ago#4
No.

I wouldn't mind having a Specialist Package instead of killstreak though.
2 years ago#5
Nope.
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2 years ago#6
3 killstreaks = worth 1 point? Seems legit
2 years ago#7
Getting 1 point per killstreak i would consider because extra nade would help but otherwise no way.
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2 years ago#8
Nope, I rather have a UAV or VSAT in the air helping my team out...
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2 years ago#9
well treyarch would probably think it would be over powered but I think it should be sacriface 1 killstreak for one more point, giving you the grand total of 13 possible points. So it would be kind of like specialist from mw3
2 years ago#10
Silver17 posted...
Nope, I rather have a UAV or VSAT in the air helping my team out...


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