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PostSubject: begone tactics   Thu Dec 07, 2017 9:55 pm

these are tactics to be used against other pros or other clans during clan-wars. aka not casual play.  sorry for bad grammar spelling and punctuation, i will edit this later.

first things first, always use third person. and the cross hair of your liking. as much as we all like first person, it sucks in this game.  its like using a controller against mouse and keyboard; as much as people like controllers, mouse and keyboard will always win.

secondly,  this is a guide for average to experienced players.  if you are a total noob maybe first get to average player level at least and then look at this.

thirdly, if something in this list goes against a way that you play which works for you, then im not trying to force you to play a certain way, this is just what i think makes sense.

the mp5 (the starter primary gun) is widely regarded as the best weapon in begone mainly because it has a very high rate of fire compared to the other weapons.  the only time i would advise to use a different weapon is if your team is losing badly and the mp5 is just not working for you. here are some alternative strategies for every weapon:  
Shotgun:   If the enemy team's best player continues to go the same direction through the box maze, and you continuously fail to overpower him at the same section of the maze with mp5, consider a shotgun to take him out with one hit (this is a risky idea though so only try this if your team is in a desperate situation, the idea is to catch him off-guard because he didnt expect you to have a shotgun.)

Sniper: in warehouse it is never recommended to use sniper in a competitive match,  sniper is more useful in larger maps

m4a1:  although it makes a loud noise, the damage it does is only slightly higher than mp5, and the fire-rate is a lot lower, so m4a1 is not a very good weapon.  

machine-gun (m249):  this weapon can be useful for camping, the best place to camp in warehouse with the m249 is on the far side of either swat or militia base,  equipt with a suppressor and crouch,  the enemy team feeling overly confident will come out of the box maze without checking for camp spots, then you can gun them down, this might get you 1 or 2 kills before they find out where you are,  a lot of clans use teamspeak to communicate keep in mind. like the shotgun strategy, this might only work well for 1 game in a match.

as for attachments, its really up to you, whatever suits you, but make sure you read all the details because every single weapon upgrade has a downside.  one thing i do recommend is incendiary ammo over explosive ammo because you never aim for the head when your shooting someone with mp5.

Warehouse map tactics:
the box maze might seem at first like just a maze where the enemy could be anywhere,   but the best pros know every part of the maze and can guess the locations of the enemy team.  a main tactic is flanking, so you have a good sense of timing:  you have to have an idea of how long it will take someone to run around to flank you,  if the person you were exchanging fire with disappears for longer than a few seconds there's a good chance he is going around to get you from behind,  you need to watch both places where he can attack,  and a lot of people will pretend to flank but then attack from the original direction as soon as you look the other way.  It takes a lot of good judgement and weighing the odds of where your opponent is (or where he is going) to master the warehouse map.
another main skill in warehouse is to find the weak points, study the enemy team's patterns and find the best place to attack where they are unprotected.  Don't go the same route every game or they will catch on and prepare for you.
Now to be more specific,  if you notice you keep on dying,  ask yourself this question:  am i dying on the right side or the left side of the map?   If you enter the maze on the left side   (<- this direction)  you will most likely die,  so its a good idea to take a jog over to the right side if you spawn on the left side,  this goes for swat and militia.  
another tactic:  If you are exchanging fire in the maze with someone you know is better than you,  dont try to kill him, only try hold him in that position. if you holding him in his position than he isnt doing damage to your team, and your team can eventually surround and overpower him once the other weaker players of their team are delt with.  (be-careful with this strategy because it might go wrong)

Here is some good advice:  If you die without a kill, think about the reason why you died and what you did wrong, then, change your strategy and dont do it again,  it is always tempting to try to do the same thing again but this time successfully, but this is called thinking irrationally.  stay calm and smart and don't rage or get  frustrated.  stay positive.   If you are dying a lot, you might be tempted to camp or rush.  camping is not a good idea because you are not helping your team, and you are vulnerable when you stand/sit still.  rushing (as a way of raging) will not work because you are so determined with your plan that you will not observe your surroundings or think logically.  the best way to play begone is to constantly take in information from your eyes and ears, constantly calculate and the best decisions.  remind yourself that it's just a game if you feel yourself getting negative.  If you think bad thoughts bad things will happen.

set up:  if you have a shitty fps (frames per second)   You should figure out why and try to solve it.  open task manager to find out what programs or process are running that is slowing your computer and giving you a bad frame rate.  If nothing helps, go to processes, and right click the "plugin container" process (that is what is running your game)   set it as high priority,  also set Firefox as high priority, this should improve your frame rate.
Mouse settings: make sure to uncheck "enhance pointer precision" in your PC mouse settings, This will make it feel weird at first but It could improve your aim a bit, but you will also need a lot of mouse space and a lower sensitivity, almost every pro gamer in games like CS-GO make sure enhance pointer precision is turned off.
Sound: Get some headphones and in "Speakers/properties" make sure "enable audio enhancements" is turned off, this will make it easier to hear where enemies are.
Mouse position:  make sure the surface you use your mouse on is open and is good for game-play.  
sensitivity:  make sure the sensitivity is good for you, if the sensitivity is too high, it might be hard to aim,  if it is too low, it might be hard to turn quickly, or you might not have enough room on your mouse surface.

Crouching is very important as a way to get a Straight direct line of fire, with minimal spread and recoil, when needed. there are different ways to do this:
Regular crouch:
What most pros use. the default settings
Upsides: Different situations mean sometimes you may need to stand and shoot, crouch and shoot, stand and zoom, or crouch and zoom, or a combination of 2. regular crouch is flexible and can do all of these.
Downsides: Needs an extra finger, it can be hard to master, and the occasional mistake (toggling to crouch when you are trying to toggle to stand or visa versa).
some people (me not included) use "auto-crouch" by binding crouch key to the fire key and setting crouch to hold, this is because crouching gives you better accuracy,  crouching also lowers the recoil.
Upsides: No need to use an extra finger, no need to worry about toggling crouch on and off every-time you shoot, no need to worry about accidental mishaps like crouching when you meant to stand up.
Downsides: Crouching makes it hard to move,  so while it might help you kill someone faster,  it will also make you more vulnerable.  crouching makes it hard to kill a escaping person in the box maze because it makes you slow down a lot.  crouching is not very useful at very-very close range, or at medium range because you will have to track the enemy entirely with your right hand, and you wont be able to dodge the enemies line of fire.
A crouch:
I have since been using a new controls set up: W and S is forward and backward, E and D is left and right. Q is reload and restock ammo, and A is hold-crouch. this allows me to crouch when ever I want and whenever I need, without having to use an extra finger.
Upsides: Eliminates the downsides to Both Regular and Auto-crouch.
Downsides: Takes a good few-to-several days getting used to and it can also conflict with other FPS games you might play.

Reloading:  Don't reload too often,  if you notice you always die when you are reloading, then dont reload as much, remember half a clip is a substantial amount of ammo with mp5 to kill 1 person, that means if you have half a clip and you think you are vulnerable, Save that half a clip because it is your only protection.    If you notice you are running out of ammo mid-fire,  then you are not reloading enough.

switching to pistol:  
If you are 1v1ing someone and you guys both are running out of mp5 ammo, rather then waiting until you notice your clip is empty, time-it in your head, that saves you a tiny amount of time so you can have your pistol ready before your opponent, If you realize mid-fire that you wont be able to kill him with your remaining mp5 bullets, then switch to pistol earlier then usual, that way you can kill him before he even manages to switch to pistol, this is assuming he does not kill you with mp5 first. If you think he might have less then 100 heath, then use every mp5 bullet because it might finish him without the need for pistol. If you switched to pistol and still didn't finish the person off, then rather then switching to melee, switch back to mp5 to kill him with the small remainder of bullets.
Remember that while you reload, you can not fire, but you can still switch to pistol, If someone catches you reloading at the wrong time,  and you are early in your reload, you might consider switching to  pistol because its faster than to finish the reload, however if pistol is not your strong suit then it might be better to finish to reload if possible.  its all up to your judgement though.  

seeing through walls:  pressing the fire key, and then moving close at the edge of a box lets you see through the box, this takes a little practice to get the angle right but after that it comes easy,  zooming at the edge of a box also can let you see through it, as well as knifing a box also.   make sure not to waste ammo, only tap 1 bullet when you do this.  when you are reloading or changing weapon, you can still press the trigger and you will see through it.  if you continue pressing the trigger after reloading/changing weapon, you can see through the box without having to waste ammo.

dodging grenades:  its important in a competitive match to not get hit by grenades. if the enemy team keeps firing grenades across the map, you can stay far back to avoid getting hit by them, or you can take cover in the maze, certain places in the maze are more dangerous then others, don't go into a high-danger-grenade-spot.
throwing grenades:  everyone must practice throwing a grenade across the map and know where it will land,  if it lands ontop of a box it wont do any damage.   at the start of a game the team captain will tell a place to throw the nade and everyone throw all at once, if the enemy is in that area it can do a lot of damage to all of their players.  

never concentrate to much on one person of the enemy team, you need to always be thinking of your surroundings, even when exchanging fire you must think about the positions of the other players.  never try too hard to finish kill because you will forget about your surroundings. remember it's a team game so your score doesn't matter as long as you guys win. Try to look around and move around as much as your sprint meter and mouse space will allow you to.
Always flank people, the moment you become predictable is the moment you die, always flank, but don't be predictable, there a different kinds of flanks:
Regular flank: most basic flank but also most predictable.
false flank: pretend to flank but actually don't, wait for enemy to follow you then attack. (to counter this method, do not chase the person in a circle, instead back-track into a safer position, If you don't know where they are, make sure they don't know where you are either!
long flank: instead of just going around the most direct way, go ALL the way around, so that the enemy does not see you coming, then come from behind him and kill him.
Fake right go left (or visa-versa): pretend to flank one way then, once out of sight of the player, flank the other way, or move to a position which you can kill him should he try to follow you.

if you find your self dying a lot,  take a look at what the best player on your team is doing and follow them.

part 2
one tactic is to hold off a section where the enemy team can flank from. for example, in warehouse, the militia team often comes from the swat's left side.   its hard to kill anyone as a swat player going left,  but it's possible to hold them off for a period of time.   the reason this is useful is so they can't get to swat base left so quickly,  then, the people on your team in swat base right are protected from a flank, or they can flank the militia that you are holding off.

another tactic is to walk around a corner instead of sprinting.  this really only does will in third person and going counter clockwise around the corner, also the corner must be secluded meaning the corner that you walk around should be in a safe place for example,  the far right swat camp near the wall 1 box into the maze..   the reason to walk around a corner is because you think there might be an enemy on the other side, and sprint will lock your trigger and will widen your cross hair making it hard to fight.   normally walking around a corner is too slow but in this case you will always see them before they see you because you have the "third person advantage".  If the person is a distance away this wont help because it will be better just to do the normal "space+D+shift+C+mouse_1+mouse_2"  key combination for a quick elimination.

edge shooting: if you are exchanging fire with someone from behind cover, and they are behind cover, but you guys are near each-other, then it becomes a battle of who can shoot closest to the edge of their cover. to win this battle, swat and jump, or move right and squat when you get to the edge. don't take turns exchanging fire, instead predict when the enemy will fire and pre-fire on him. if he is firing, do not attempt to fire. just wait, because while he's acting all menacing, he is also wasting bullets, do not waste bullets firing at nothing. only fire if you think you will hit someone.

chasing people: do not chase someone, you will look like an idiot trying to run after someone who is leading you right into the hands of the enemy. do not chase after a sound of a gun, or the sight of a tracer round, you can not predict where they are, by the time you get to where you thought they were, they'll have moved.

Do not rage: if you find your self raging, take a deep breath, and remember to play smart. also remember that the enemy is your Prey, and you are the predator, not the other way around. You should be focusing on killing people, not trying not to die.

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PostSubject: repost weapons guide - contribute to kelly nplay   Fri May 18, 2018 3:15 am

hi, i just wanna repost weapons guide: best weapon configurations
i don't write this guide, original writer is kelly nplay, all guides contributed to him.

weapons guide: best weapon configurations
-mp5 with explosive ammo/ incendiary ammo, iron sight, lazer light and recoil pad. Pros: Cheap, lightweight very accurate,
high rate of fire, Cons: not great in very close range combat,

-shotgun with explosive ammo, recoil pad, iron sight, Pros: 1 shot kill from close range, two shot kill from medium range, Is easy to use, Good to eliminate a player quickly, Cons- In third person If you are too close to your opponent the shotgun might miss completely, not good for long range.

-sniper with 6x zoom, explosive ammo (suppressor optional)
Pros: Sneaky 1 shot headshots (free kills). Cons: if enemies get too close then you're basically fucked.

-heavy gun with explosive ammo, recoil-pad, laser light,
Pros: deadly fast kills, extremely powerful. Cons: Low rate of fire, poor accuracy, Only use for close range or medium range situations. can do long range but less effective.

-suppressors are generally not very useful tho if you are on a losing team, and you want to be sneaky and not give away your location it can be very usefull.

Remember every weapon upgrade has a positive benefit and a negative take away.
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