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5-02-2009 @ 12:59PM
I agree....somewhatPersonally, I was able to finish all these within about 4 hours. The one that took the most was AB. Yea this was not planned out correctly but thank god I beat the rush..BG's are a madhouse now.It was touch and go for a bit but a little leeway was given on each side and I came out fine. For those still trying for the achievement:Tips:-EOTS: Don't rush in. This was easy peasy since everyone rushed the flag and started wacking the crap outta each other. I waited back, let everyone kill each other, smashed the last 2 ally stragglers and then calmly took the flag. -AV: Wait at the first tower that is capped but stay out of the way. Hopefully when an enemy comes to take it, make your presence known by offering a wave and see if he/she is ok capping back and forth. A nice group of 5 on each side managed to kill this achievement fast in mine.-AB: Just what he said.-WG: Toughest one. If its a premade, don't expect to get it. Best bet is to go in with 3 other people, wait at the flag, and nuke the hell outta anyone - hopefully you will get the errant single flag guy trying for it. Return the favor for a few enemies and everything will be hunky dory.Got my title last night and dined on a delicious Orphan Stew afterwards. (No not really, but man would that be hilarious)
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