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3-31-2011 @ 3:08PM
Assuming there is a coherent leader - with or without the leadership status - and not someone spontaneously shouting "get base" (note the lack of detail), then...KEEP CHATTER RELEVANT:Nobody cares what you ate for dinner / are about to eat. What you're listening to, as music, doesn't matter. Leave the channel clear, so that everyone can see the directions that are being issued.If you're not the leader, all you need to contribute is "INC [Base Name]" and the number of attackers / defenders at a base. INC = INComing. You cannot / will not receive help, in time, if you do not keep up the "INCs". Numbers of attackers / defenders are not essential, but they help.A good leader can / will facilitate all other dialogue / information.Argue later. You might find that you were wrong and that you saved yourself the embarrassment of publicly demonstrating that. BE AWARE: Press M / look at your map. Know where your team-mates are and what they're doing. The leader will tell you why, if there's time. Above all...DO WHAT YOU'RE TOLD, WHEN YOU'RE TOLD!It's not a democracy. It's a battle. Move together and you'll likely win. Think you know better, playing around the middle or edges, and you'll be worse than useless - as someone else could at least be bulk, to help take the flag.ADAPT AND OVERCOME!As has been stated, move in a circular fashion. Be prepared to adapt and switch directions, though.A simple formula:You have one well defended, they take another, you then attack the third. It will be the weakest. Rinse and repeat.
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