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4-05-2008 @ 8:31PM
I agree it's dumb to go for the flag when you have one tower, but I still stay it's way better to take two towers and hold the middle so you can continually cap the flag rather than trying to take a third tower especially since in my battlegroup, Horde can't coordinate and go after the same tower so we end up with 3-4 people at each tower and we loose all of them. Trying to take and hold three towers is much harder because it spreads your team further out across the battlefield as opposed to having them on one half of it which means that you have to run further if you need to help out another tower. Plus, if you take the two towers on your side and hold the middle, it's an easy run to cap the flag every minute or so.
4-06-2008 @ 12:05AM
I agree 100%. Trying to hold 3 towers with a pug nearly always backfires in my experience..Get 2 towers, hold them and run flags. Another side note though: It's not always worth holding the particular two towers you already have in EOTS. Sometimes, your opposing team will zerg one of your towers and, as a general rule, if it takes more than half your team to defend it, it's not worth defending. Go pick up the other tower that your opponents have undoubtedly left vulnerable. As alliance I can't tell you how incredibly annoying it is to see 14 team members at MT or DR for an entire game! Meanwhile, the horde manage to hang on to their two towers while capping the flag repeatedly...and all the while, alliance bg chat is spammed with "HELP MT!!!!!!" The horde hold up a hoop, and the alliance jump through it...over and over.
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