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Feb 12 2010
By: BrockOLee Sackboy 615 posts
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Would this strat work on Sabatoge Defending?

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Strat for Sabatoge Defending:

 

Requirements:

  • 32 people willing to work together
  • Strong PL and SLs communicating
  • SLs who trust their men to do as ordered

 

PART 1

Have all 4 squads spawn at A (either will work but for simplicity we'll say A) and focus on keeping A and basically ignore B.

 

Why this would work: Your team will have 32 people on the A side, while the other team will have 16 on A side and 16 on B side... until they realize what is happening and have taken B.

 

PART 2 - option 1

Once the other team has had B for a minute or two, ALL squads must change spawn to B and retake that point.

 

Why this would work: Your team will now have new spawners (grouped up) taking back B while the few left living at A can hold off for the few moments. Few enemies will be defending B because they all want to be in the action at A.

 

PART 2 - option 2

Once the other team has had B for a minute or two and you notice that more and more enemies are leaving B alone and flocking towards A, send a stealth squad to B to retake it. Odds are that the enemy at B got bored and has moved to A leaving B virtually defenseless.

 

Why this would work: The enemy will be confused as to what is happening and will be greedy for kills/points. Once they have secured B for minutes and get bored, they will flock to A and allow B to be taken back easily.

 

Part 2 - option 3

Completely ignore B and focus all your men at A.

 

Why this would work: The enemy will have less numbers than you at A. You'll have all 32 where they will probably leave at least a few guys back to defend B (which we don't even care about taking back).

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Monster Hunter
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Re: Would this strat work on Sabatoge Defending?

Feb 12, 2010
well of course i could work. but then it comes down on how skilled the attackers are and how skilled the defenders are. i mean 1 person could kill the who team if u got a clan u can try it out
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Re: Would this strat work on Sabatoge Defending?

Feb 12, 2010

warhamer wrote:
well of course i could work. but then it comes down on how skilled the attackers are and how skilled the defenders are. i mean 1 person could kill the who team if u got a clan u can try it out

The idea is to give your team an edge on numbers by keeping your entire team together while the opposing team is sepearated into two groups.

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Re: Would this strat work on Sabatoge Defending?

Feb 12, 2010

Main issues:

 

1. You won't get all 32 players working like that. It's been tried, that I know of, many times in beta and doesn't happen. Best case, you have a clan on the other side and they come over.

 

2. Let's imagine you get all/most at the objective. Well, this is a problem. Since attackers have objective 2, all they need to do is get the other objective for ONE second and C unlocks.

 

3. Since one objective is basically without people, the attackers are free to spawn in there and come at you from anywhere, which creates confusion and opens up the door for a quick few second capture, which goes back to point 2.

 

Finally, if it works, you could have most likely defended as you normally do, because the attackers aren't that skilled/lucky/whatever.

 

Basically, what you're saying is A/B becomes C except the plant needs to be just one second instead of a longer explosion time. 

 

To counter this, attack with 3 squads and put 1 squad at C. When it unlocks, the whole defending team is basically at one objective and one spawn point and can be cut down easily. They lose. 

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