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From: Zombie2626 | Posted: 12/10/2012 8:10:34 AM | #008
alright just don't complain when i give up and just running around killing people
Sounds like TDM is right up your alley. You pointed out why I won't play team games in BO2, 3/4 of the team doesn't even try for the objectives.
tdm is boring and slow and yet still over too quickly once you're on a roll. Either way, that was in response to someone saying b flag was suppose to be out in the open with no cover making it almost impossible for a single person to cap
Thats why it should so important to cap at the start of the game where you can just about predict the direction the enemy is coming. Flak jacket at the start with lightweight and excon followed by going prone and ads'ing in the most likely path the enemy will run down usually nets you the b flag. After that just go back to regular classes.
I dont do that though because you will probably die after u cap and theres no guarantee your teammates will have the common sense to defend it the flag resulting in immediate counter cap (you know when they cap the second you have and even the announcer doesnt say 'theyre taking our flag?). I'd rather just watch b from the start in an obscure position then move to spawn trap the second the first few players are down, again no guarantee your teammates will even try and cap/defend b but at least i wont suffer for it.
I find Raid's B flag easy to cap with flak jacket and a trophy system. Most games it seems like I can cap it alone. Standoff depending on the side you spawn on (I can't remember if it is the A or C side) Can be easy to cap as well.
Aftermath is pretty easy to capture with that setup as well. It seems they really made the capture zones smaller in this game. When dummies don't use Flak Jacket or Trophy Systems (You're amazed how many don't) C4's get so many Triples and Quads.