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That's my record. I used a Warthog turret for 4 kills, but other than that, I'm surprised I did that much damage on foot. My team wasn't very good, and we were down a man from the start, but still...I pulled off some sick ****. I had a double kill + bulltrue + from the grave from one plasma stick, and I PP'd a Warthog, jacked the turret, killed the driver, gunner, and another blue guy for a triple kill and somehow also got a busted! medal in there with it. I might have to go look at the film for that one again. I probably could have had a few more if the Railgun wasn't so random...
Anyway...I feel like this wasn't just going to be a brag topic, I was going to bring up something I think was worthy of discussion, but now I can't remember.
One game of grifball and I tripled your record. Not that I made this post to brag or anything, but now I can't remember what I wanted to discuss.
lol noob grifball doesn't count
Again, Grifball doesn't count. I got 80 kills one time.
Wow, one whole time??
I was telling my friend about a grifball game i played and how high i scored in it, and he said the same thing.
Funny though, i convinced him to finally play a game of it with me, and he couldn't even rack up 15 kills in a 10 minute game. And while that happened, he witnessed me go 65-14, and obtain 2 Killionaires in the process.
There really isn't anything noobish about always-(literally every game)-scoring 50-60+ kills, getting a ridiculous amount of multi-kill medals, less than 20 deaths and winning 90% of the grifball matches i play, while having the highest total score out of everybody on both teams; not only from killing people, but from scoring with the ball also.
If grifball doesn't count, then i guess Oddball, CTF, and any other non-deathmatch based game type doesn't matter as far as kills go right?......NOOOOOOOOOOO.
Kills are kills, you either put in work, or get worked-no matter what the game mode is.
When you all played Halo 2 online, and the sword only matches, did you win the match and think to yourself that your performance didnt matter, because everyone was using just swords? Or if you played king-of-the-hill, and went -33 on your K/D spread, that that wasn't bad, regaurdless of winning/losing?
All moot points. Im good at getting kills in every mode i play, but this whole idea that grifball is for noobs, or doesnt count--guess what? Your K/D ratio rises and falls no matter what Wargames game modes you decide to play.