is defending an obejective camping?

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Re: is defending an obejective camping?

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kjaco0408 wrote:

 

but yes, thats the rule of thumb...



p.s. the rule of thumb originated awhile ago when men weren't allowed to beat their wives with anything wider than their thumb.





Hey, I did not know that. Thanks for sharing.
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Re: is defending an obejective camping?

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kxb220 wrote:

 

My team always make it a priority to find the bomb once my team gets a few guys down. If one us finds it, we call it out. Then, a perimeter gets setup around the bomb rather than the bomb site.



There are many people who incorrectly consider S&D to be a multi-round, no respawn TDM game.



Brilliant!



One of the best tactics I have heard for that game type.





Objective play requires a defensive position in a lot of cases.

I would recommend trying to adapt to it if it bothers you.
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Re: is defending an obejective camping?

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Fussypants wrote:

 

kxb220 wrote:

 

My team always make it a priority to find the bomb once my team gets a few guys down. If one us finds it, we call it out. Then, a perimeter gets setup around the bomb rather than the bomb site.



There are many people who incorrectly consider S&D to be a multi-round, no respawn TDM game.



Brilliant!



One of the best tactics I have heard for that game type.





Objective play requires a defensive position in a lot of cases.

I would recommend trying to adapt to it if it bothers you.





If I find the bomb then I sometimes do this tactic, but I play solo most of the time so I can't get people to set up a 'perimeter'.
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Re: is defending an obejective camping?

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Camping is a tactic, nothing is wrong by using a tactic. I don't camp but I rush and I've been called Rushing-Fag Rushing-pussy, even Rushing-Pansy shit. Trust me, Tactic is a tactic same thing with 2nd chance. But I do think camping is getting a BIT old.. But life goes on.
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Re: is defending an obejective camping?

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kjaco0408 wrote:

 





but yes, thats the rule of thumb...



p.s. the rule of thumb originated awhile ago when men weren't allowed to beat their wives with anything wider than their thumb.





wrong

http://desktoppub.about.com/od/glossary/g/Rule-Of-Thumb.htm
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Re: is defending an obejective camping?

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well it is not really camping in SnD and headquarters but if you do it in domination or any other objective based game
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Re: is defending an obejective camping?

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Why do people care if they are called campers anyways. When you have more important things to think about, these little things will seem... well...little!
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Re: is defending an obejective camping?

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Sitting in the one spot for extended amounts of time is camping, It doesn't matter what you are doing it for it is still camping.
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Re: is defending an obejective camping?

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Yes, it's camping. But at least you're not one of those kids who are afraid of the digital sun and always sit in a corner waiting.... If you ask youself "if this were a game of tag, would this be puppy guarding?" and answer yes, it's camping.
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Re: is defending an obejective camping?

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NO!!!!!
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