So there I was, alone in a Team Objective match in Infirmary against two players. I was down by one capture and didn't have much time left to tie the game. Then, out of the corner of my eye, I noticed that someone joined that match. I was hoping that he would be able to assist me, but unfortunately there was little time remaining, so he was put into spectator mode. I wasn't too upset about it. For being on my own in a Team Objective match, I though that I was handling myself rather well. About a minute later another person joins. I didn't really care too much, since the match was almost over, but then I noticed not two players firing at me, but three! As I checked the score, I realized that the game had allowed this person to actually get into the game! So, what the heck? Why wasn't my teammate able to begin playing right away, but someone who joined later could? I hope this doesn't occur in the second game. That burned me up.
Remember those in prison as if you were their fellow prisoners, and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering. Hebrew 13:3 (NIV)
I never played Team Objective because it's too hard to compensate for bad randoms. Either you get a team that really rocks or more likely your stuck with a nooby group that doesn't know what defense or team work is.
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Can't say I've experienced the same problem since I love FFA and usually don't pay attentions to who joins in and out. Then again a situation like that does sux. Meh more power to you for carrying the weight of your team on your back even though no one was there.
There is no better way to defeat your enemies but to slice and dice em right Link?...oopz forgot you can't speak. Well I guess a simple head nod is sufficed.