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- March 28, 1991
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19 January 2008 - 11:53 AMI'm not a sniper but i actually find it easyer to sneak around in a urban field.My home field is also a urban/woodsball field and i love haning around in the ville cause im better at sneakin around there then in the woods.U can see better and peak thru cracks in the buildings.I also have a grey shirt that is the exact same color as the faded grey wood of the building.
What u can do is where grey or balck type clothing or even urban camo. Go to higher ground and if there is a spot that over looks the whole it would be best. If there isnt any high ground then stick to either the high traled areas or places u think people mite go.Or just move around and look for people to shoot its up to u.
19 January 2008 - 11:39 AMI liked the part about the coach, "U no what? I'm takin this coach". That was awsome, but yeah i think overall robot chicken's was better.
19 January 2008 - 05:15 AMWow, thats impressive.
18 January 2008 - 05:33 PMI hate when situations like these happen, u cant hit them or flank them and theres nothin u can do by urself and there isnt anyone close by to help.I usually leave the area, most of the time they stay put cause they think ur just waiting them out.In that time i tell my team where they r and move on or get some support and go back at them depending on the situation.
If i were to do what u were talking about i would say that then follow them and do a greasy back stabbing kill.Cause if one of my teammate were to leave someone to kill all of us i wouldnt be to happy.I also think that the thing u were doing is rather selfish, ur not worried bout ur team getting killed, ur just looking out for ur self and trying to rack up a bunch of kills.Its not a very good thing to do to ur teammates.
18 January 2008 - 05:18 PM