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1-19-2011 @ 10:55PM
The analysis here is solid, but it's all about getting ahead early. I'd really like to see an article that addresses one of the biggest weaknesses in RBG strategies: how to play when you're behind.I've read and participated in dozens of discussions on the best way to 3-cap AB or 2-cap Gilneas, but there's shockingly little talk on how to recover when the enemy's done that to you. RBG crews—mine and my opponents' alike—often disorganize and struggle when things don't go their way in the first 3-4 minutes. There's an implicit assumption that the game's outcome is decided by the time all nodes are controlled.Defending a lead is pretty easy. I think the real challenge of RBG's is in how you come back from a losing position.
1-27-2011 @ 7:12PM
I agree with warriorpanda, the hard part is countering and coming back from a loss in the first few minutes. It happens to the best teams.
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