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1-16-2011 @ 11:59PM
Thank you for listing these here. It's a wonderful start to building counter-tactics =P.I'd also like to make a suggestion to keep in mind. The flag can be ignored, but who here wants to really leave your opponent an option? It stands to reason that in a game of equal opponents; any little bit of oomph you gain can mean the difference between a win and a loss. If you do not feel you can keep control of the middle, a fine way to deny your opponents is to keep the flag handy (as in grab it and do not cap it). This keeps the game firmly in your hand, and works as wonderful bait if your efficient in moving the flag from one place to another. Yes, this will also increase the enemies you fight by removing the action from the middle, but in turn speeds up the game in your favor. Like in Magic: The Gathering, denying a person even one land puts you in a favorable position.
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