April 23, 2012 at 1:58 pm #13351
So I am certain that I’m not the only one that enjoys an occational break-from-the-habit and just run around trolling templars.
So share your trolling techniques.
I have very simple tastes… give me knives a gun and a guy with a mic and I’m a happy camper :)April 23, 2012 at 2:54 pm #13353
That is all.April 23, 2012 at 3:38 pm #13355
Ah indeed, I have had my share of rage over that tiny little artifact. Well done.April 23, 2012 at 9:40 pm #13357
Drop those random Smoke Bombs.
Give people Lung Cancer. XDApril 23, 2012 at 10:37 pm #13358
Super pro! Only when the lobby deserves it though. I also love a good Dino walkApril 24, 2012 at 12:07 pm #13361
When you get offensive smoked, especially bullshit oSB, like throwing an oSB when you get stunned right in front of them, then poisoned, devote your entire game to making sure that foo regrets it.
Smoke bomb poison the fuck out of him, then kill civilians until you get him as a contract again.
And, of course, good old SuperPro.
I have found that even lobbies of good, all prestiged players go into SuperPro mode on Mt. St. Roof Rage DM when the first person does. Like it’s an unspoken agreement that you use your time on this map to have some fun on the roof, then go back to playing normally.
I like that.April 24, 2012 at 4:30 pm #13362
I actually wrote up a longer piece about what I do to get particularly annoying players to leave a lobby. I’ll see about getting it posted here :)
In the meantime, one thing I love to do when I’m either far enough ahead to not have to worry about losing, or losing so badly that I know there’s no possible way to come out on top, is hump random objects. Basically pick out whatever wall/ledge/pole is the most prominent and get to work. I’ve been asked how to do it (and gave a proper humping tutorial), I’ve been taunted while doing it, and I’ve even gotten a sweet last-second acrobatic kill when my target ran over to check out what the hell was going on.
There’s simply no way humping can ever NOT be awesome!April 25, 2012 at 12:05 am #13386
Hidden Gun aside, I’ve had fun going around Muting what I know will be a fight between two other players. This is especially easy in Deathmatch.April 30, 2012 at 1:03 am #13431
OMG. These are CRUEL! You know, I never had to bother learning these… meta-game strategies… to win (or just place!) until I reached level 6 prestige and I was being sorted into all these matches with people prestige 8-56 (YES! There is a fool in there who is prestige 56! and they are GOOD!) who were either too good to stand a chance against, or (in most cases) they were playing so dirty i couldn’t figure out what was even going on.
What I have been finding tricks the first-to-third ranking scored players in DeathMatch is to fast walk toward them or around-then-suddenly-toward them to try to get them to use their smokebomb. This only works 50% of the time because I don’t know if they are hearing Whispers or not, but if they are 1st ranking, they almost always have 3 pursuers, so chances are good they will balk. They didn’t get to 1st place before me by NOT using their abilities!
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