Posted 14 April 2007 - 07:30 PM
Alrighty, enough hyperbole. Time for something practical.
I fight to win always. That means planning, that means excecution, but things do not go according to play all the time. Sometimes everything goes to hell in a handbasket, and you find yourself outnumbered, outgunned, and nearly sorrounded. An impossible situation.
I think the gist of your question is: What do I do in an impossible situation?
Well first of all, don't panic. Panic makes you do stupid things, stupid things get you shot. Analyze the situation, look for gaps in their cover, weaknesses in their approach. Do they know exactly where you are? How many? Where are they? What kind of players are they? Analyze any situation with a cool head and you WILL find a weakness. Find a way to exploit it. If their coverage is bad in a certain direction, escape in that direction. If they don't quite have a fix on your position, use it to ambush one and escape in the confusion. Get out before they close the net. Escape the immediate trap, delay and bide your time. Draw them out. Sooner or later, somone will make a mistake and all you need to do is make sure it's not you.
Use your noodle and you'll do better than you ever did just trying to shoot your way out.
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