is defending an obejective camping?

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is defending an obejective camping?

i been called a camper on SnD because i make sure no one plants the bomb

so is it camping too me its not but how about you guys?
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Re: is defending an obejective camping?

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TheShinigamiGod wrote:

 

i been called a camper on SnD because i make sure no one plants the bomb

so is it camping too me its not but how about you guys?





Not camping in that situation.
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Re: is defending an obejective camping?

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Defending an objective is Camping. It's the only justified/justifiable form (morally, that is).
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Re: is defending an obejective camping?

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oh ok how about knowing where the bomb is and just staying by it?
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Re: is defending an obejective camping?

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Sounds like someone's looking for reasons to camp.





"Defending an objective is Camping. It's the only justified/justifiable form (morally, that is)."



I love how it comes down to a question of morals and ethics...



(which it is btw)
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Re: is defending an obejective camping?

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TheShinigamiGod wrote:

 

oh ok how about knowing where the bomb is and just staying by it?





Same thing, it's camping, but it's morally justifiable.
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Re: is defending an obejective camping?

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plasmaflame wrote:

 

Defending an objective is Camping. It's the only justified/justifiable form (morally, that is).





Technically speaking, yes, I suppose it is. But it's an objective that you are supposed to be keeping the other team from capturing/planting/whatever. Thus it really isn't camping unless you expect everybody to be running around ignoring the objective for the whole game.



Sitting in one spot in TDM or FFA is camping. In objective games, sitting half a map away from the objective is camping. But protecting the objective? Not camping, since that's what you're supposed to do.
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Re: is defending an obejective camping?

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Lancecasual wrote:

 

plasmaflame wrote:

 

Defending an objective is Camping. It's the only justified/justifiable form (morally, that is).





Technically speaking, yes, I suppose it is. But it's an objective that you are supposed to be keeping the other team from capturing/planting/whatever. Thus it really isn't camping unless you expect everybody to be running around ignoring the objective for the whole game.



Sitting in one spot in TDM or FFA is camping. In objective games, sitting half a map away from the objective is camping. But protecting the objective? Not camping, since that's what you're supposed to do.





Speaking from my definition, camping is staying in one spot with the intention to gain kills. But yes, the objective makes sense to 'camp'.
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Re: is defending an obejective camping?

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Why do u care if its camping rushing sitting in a corner just play your own game and let haters hate that's what they do.
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Re: is defending an obejective camping?

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I know that they give you defense medals for defending the objective. If you are looking for people to say it is okay for you to defend the objective, you most likely won't find it here. To each his own I say. If you are comfortable hanging by the objective, then do it. Most certainly you will be called a camper but it is only a name. To each his/her own style of play I say.
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