p.s. had to give a top rating (not only, but a must also) for the miyamoto musashi quote
I think the OP list and most of the other lists on here are really good, so I won't repost the same things that it looks like most people agree upon.
To me a #1 or close "skill" is attitude. If you don't have a good attitude and mindset odds are you aren't going to be having much fun and either are your teammates or the other guys. Even if you have good stats if you get hit by a camper, panic knifed, [insert pet peeve here] and dashboard, throw your controller through a window or start yelling at people, you aren't good.
I'm not very good stats wise but I keep a good attitude win or lose. I never yell or b!tch at people and I have fun. If I sense my attitude is slipping it is time to switch over to Netflix for a bit. I think by keeping a good attitude especially in a crap match I pay attention and am more willing to adapt, change loadouts, tactics and generally improve.
Hilarious name, "princessslayer"
I guess for me personally it is
1) map knowledge
2)playing the objective
But the most important quality is to be enjoying playing, win or lose. Obviously playing for the win, but also taking advantage of a loss to learn what you did wrong (or what the opponent did right). And knowing when you've had enough when the blood pressure starts rising and the foul language gets loud.
Interesting thread and some thought provoking opinions so far.
Each individual will have things that they are good at, be that cqc rushing or sniping or whatever. But for me the above points are the three things all playstyles need to ultimatly be 'good' at the game and get victories for your team / clan.
3) More Patience
3) More Patience
was this sarcasm towards camping? lol
ha ha, Muliti Player, as a whole
..... I don't 'Honk' my horn in traffic as much now
, having you on bro. Can't help but rush