|Paint_that_ball ||02-01-2013 09:29 AM |
Hey I'm new give me some tips on close quarters woods ball...
|dentpusher ||02-01-2013 09:38 AM |
keep ur head down, dont get shot........ ;)
|Paint_that_ball ||02-01-2013 09:40 AM |
Hha sounds good
|Paint_that_ball ||02-01-2013 09:41 AM |
Im pretty desint when gun works haha.. I have an invert mini and i thought my poppit was scratched but idiot me in was the battry
|Panda ||02-01-2013 09:56 AM |
Yeah, move a lot. Play aggressively and talk to teammates. Also, lightly proof read your posts before you post them, it makes them easier to read, and thus, more people will respond. (run-on sentence)
|Paint_that_ball ||02-01-2013 09:57 AM |
Yeah i know haha thanks for advice. Im new if you cant tell.
|bricew25 ||02-01-2013 10:01 AM |
Dont shoot unless you have a clear shot, giving away your position isn't worth it if you cant hit them.
Flanking and Surprising the other team in woodsball usually works. On GO run as far around as you can, most times id end up beside them and laugh seeing them scramble to cover :gunsfiring:
When I played woodsball I would move when shots were fired, most people concentrate on the noise and where its coming from, but if it doesn't involve you this is a good chance to move up closer.
Make sure your mask is not fogging. My woodsball games lasted up to 45 mins each and if you had a fogging mask it made it 10x harder to play.
|Paint_that_ball ||02-01-2013 10:03 AM |
I play with about 5 other guys, so i cant really flank that well :(
|pummel u ||02-01-2013 10:04 AM |
I'm one to feel that close quarters play translates through all aspects of the sport. Keep your opponent always guessing where you may come out and take windows of opportunity to get a new angle on that player. It's just that in woods ball you may have more to trip on or get caught in. So know exactly how you plan to get somewhere before you move.
|Paint_that_ball ||02-01-2013 10:05 AM |
Yes my problem getting covered from all around so i cant shoot and just let other players shoot while i camp out.
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