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gmore70 03-11-2013 10:27 PM

Game Play Multi Choice
 
Watch this video and let me know what you would do.

There is no wrong answer...just curious...this game was so strange...Im still trying to sort it out.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BkgsPJArEso

Bloop 03-11-2013 10:37 PM

Very interesting video. I would yell at them and tell them to cover their flanks :D

SPLATTER-ZONED 03-11-2013 10:51 PM

b) I use a pump so it'll be a small wave of paint.


SZ

-=ArchAngel=- 03-11-2013 10:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SPLATTER-ZONED (Post 2651457)
b) I use a pump so it'll be a small wave of paint.


SZ

You can still one ball with a semi :P

For me, it'd be a mix of B and C. Since they dont know you're there, barrel taps for ppl who are in point blank, and shoot out those i cant reach with a barrel tap.

James_Blond 03-11-2013 11:44 PM

so wait. You came up on more guys after the string of dudes your just shot in the back(awesome flanking by the way)? or did you mean what would we do with those guys you just shot?

Me personally, I tend to just shoot em once(unless they turn on me) in a nice spot if possible while around the 20ft or longer range. Close enough not to miss, but far enough away to not hurt like crazy or be heard walking up to them.

like you said surrendering someone only rarely works, I'll usually try to give a little kid or new play the option especially if they are buried in a bunker, scared and I know the only way to get them is going to involve a very close range bunker move. Most of them are fine giving up at that point.

in your situation with a pump gun just shoot and get them out. If it is a bunch some could turn and shoot you, so get a jump on reducing the number before giving yourself away with verbals. First indication of enemy is one sitting duck getting shot then the next. My take anyways, subject to new player considerations, and not wanting to get mowed myself after making a good flanking move.

If I have to shoot a newer player at a somewhat close range I try to make sure the are okay after the game and maybe give them a pointer about watching flanks etc.

thumper 03-12-2013 06:16 AM

u feel guilt because u walked on and encountered a bunch of renters, flanked them, and shot them in the back - and it was too easy. ok.

solution a): don't play with renters. go find players at your level (or better) and play with them.

solution b): u get no gun nor can you hand tag. all you can do is coach renters to move.

RusskiX 03-12-2013 07:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by thumper (Post 2651669)
u feel guilt because u walked on and encountered a bunch of renters, flanked them, and shot them in the back - and it was too easy. ok.

solution a): don't play with renters. go find players at your level (or better) and play with them.

solution b): u get no gun nor can you hand tag. all you can do is coach renters to move.

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I notice in a lot of your recent videos that you have a lot of great flanks against the jump-suit clad, rental noobies who are clearly playing their first game. This is not meant as a bash, since you do a pretty fair job of teaching and going easy on the first-timers as a form of ambassadorship and the vids are entertaining. But at this point your skill level is too far above their level and would avoid some of these moral questions.

JJaxx 03-12-2013 08:17 AM

B) and one ball them all in the back.

Skibbo 03-12-2013 08:50 AM

e) Walk up and start coaching them until they realize you're not all on the same side.

James_Blond 03-12-2013 09:17 AM

maybe switch sides the next game and coach that group, if more experienced players are available to play with? use a stick feed? carry only 50 or less paintballs?


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