Ashigaru wrote:It is a bag of fun sometimes. Lead the charge into a biodome as an engineer. Dropped about 6 guys before getting killed, rezzed, back into the action again. Ending up tipping the tide of the battle with a few dudes. It's so much fun. I haven't started using any voice communication yet though :B I should probably do that shouldn't I?
Probably, if you get into a good squad (you'll have to shop around a fair bit) that's using voip you'll go from amazing fun to downright epic rainbows pelting you with pots of awesome.
Or just join an outfit that has teamspeak or mumble. Those 'epic' moments will turn into 'just how we do it', and the epic moments will become being a part of an entire platoon drop podding from one continent to another to break an enemy seige that someone on command channel called for.
I like drop pods .
Yurtles wrote:Today I learned that drop pods will one shot liberators. Yes it kills you too, but you get full points for the kill, so that's a win for the drop pod imo. Can only imagine what the crew must have thought, they'd have never seen it coming. I bet it would have looked awesome from the ground
Pudgeinabowl wrote:There are about 50 people on Esamir in that screenshot, 20 or less on Amerish. Unfortunately due to our low population it is quite easy to swing the population percentage around. For the past week the fight has shifted from Esamir to Indar (WOOOO no more snow!).
Jez wrote:While I don't doubt that player numbers can be low on continents and so percentages can be misleading, until SOE actually let us see raw player numbers I'm going to continue thinking that one faction having the highest population on all three continents is highly undesirable.
BorisBC wrote:Pro tip - if you have to spew in a car, spew down the (inside) front of your shirt. Trust me, it's a lot easier to clean spew off yourself than the interior of a car.
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