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edudcixlsyd 07-03-2007 02:16 PM

Tim's Ultimate Guide Thread
 
Snapshooting
bunkering
How to be a better front
A Back man's guide: Off the Break
A Front Players guide:Off the Break
playing Mid
How to Play the snake
A normal Practice
Sliding
Paintball Cheating
Keeping the Flame Going
Running and Shooting
i'm still working on some more guides so sit tight

edudcixlsyd 07-04-2007 08:50 PM

Thank you for the STICKY, I will try to add a few more when I get the time

Paintball cheating added

mjr_paranoid 07-05-2007 04:42 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by edudcixlsyd (Post 4058836)
Now I know I might get some people upset for writing this but it's important for people to know the different ways of cheating how to identify it.

[size=4]***I do not in any way promote that you use this thread to cheat, this is merely an informative guide. Cheating makes you look like a noob and no one will like you!

Playing on:
Playing is the most common way of cheating. Whether you know if you've been hit or not, playing on will usually result in a penalty. Spinning is the way of playing on I see the most. A guy goes to bunker some one and then the bunkered player turns around and shoots at the other player. Next is just continuing to play after you've been hit, I cannot stress this enough with my team, if you've been hit, GO OUT the consequences for you playing on are worse than if you went out. The only time I think playing on is "alright" is when you're shooting off the break, if you get hit running&gunning to a corner, I say keep shooting and then when you get to your bunker go out.
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The "one last shot" cheating falls in here and it always frsts me when it happens.

Player A gets shot by Player B and turns and shoots Player B.
It happens sometimes out of a reflex reaction sometimes, but I still find it to be avoidable if players just keep a cool head and stop fireing when they get hit.

I know it is an ego hit, but if you get hit take it and try and get that player next game.

edudcixlsyd 11-25-2007 03:45 PM

New Guide Added
 
Keeping the Flame Going added

paintballmonkee 04-07-2008 11:31 AM

Wow :eek:

Thanks for all the valuable information! I've been playing for roughly 4 years but there's always room for improvement. I found your "How to play position X" threads extremely helpful, as I'm trying to get into speedball/tournament play.

Cheers!


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