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    by Published on 08-06-2012 04:33 PM
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    Good afternoon CRR! Today I want to introduce you to my geek on.

    Back in the late '90s, with about 4-5 years
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    by Published on 08-14-2011 09:11 PM

    Good evening CRR members! This evening I am going to cover some Battlefield gaming tips. It's good to see a lot of clan members getting back into the BFBC game, practicing for BF3. I hope that most of what I talk about here will be strengthened and used in that game.

    First, I play hardcore exculsivley, so for those that have not, some of what I am laying out will seem a bit screwed. As most may know, I am a pretty intense BFBC player. I like to have fun, but can become increasingly annoyed when I witness things that are, shall we say, not well thought out. You don’t have to be the best player to accomplish goals, eradicate the enemy or capture objectives in BF games. You just have to be a better thinker. Remember, fight hard, not stupid.

    Some of the things in this article will cover some bad habits/ practises, while others are, to be very honest, pet peeves of mine.

    So, in no particular order:


    1.)Ammo packs/ Health packs
    Undique quod Quisquam – Everywhere and Anytime: Dropping the goods. An excellent way to points boosts your recon, assault and support class. The other, more beneficial squad/ team bonus to doing this is that you know, no matter what building your in, there will be a pack of some type there. It’s actually a habit of mine now. As I move from building to building, regardless if I have a fire team partner with me, I drop ammo or health. If I die, and another squad member is hurt, I can talk/ walk him onto some much needed bullets or health. A very good habit to adopt.

    2.)Squad Spawning
    This has become sort of a sore spot for me the last few weeks. After spending several minutes working your way into positions of cover/ observation to snipe, a fire team member spawns in. Unannounced, with no idea what your intention is. Then proceeds to open up with an GPMG while running around in circles standing on one leg. This will draw, very quickly, attention to yourself. Now think about the poor sap that you dropped in on. Lots of players have heard me say “Ghosting my position.” Well that is what the term boils down to. Guys/ Gals, give the individual you are spawning on a heads up. That way he/ she can say “Hells yeah, drop me off some ammo/ health…..”, or “Fuck no, I am stalking an EN and do not wish to be seen….”

    3.)You took my kill and calling out potential kills
    Now, I am pretty familiar with this statement “You took my kill dude…” on the Call of Duty games. Not a dig at the loyal CoD players, just an amusing observation. While the smaller maps in that series can allow you better plan out your courses of action (Or in this case, kills.) with squad members, it does not translate well (sometimes) on BFBC. While you maybe hunting a target in town, but I am 500m away off to your left, behind a wooded area, I may not notice you and destroy your prey. What then? That is the flow of the battle, it happens. Everyone, even if furstrated to hell, will understand it. Deep breaths, scan and breath.

    Now if you have a particular aggravating enemy who has owned your ass for two matches and you are in position to make the knife kill or that ultimate long range head shot, then this is where we get into calling out of targets. Let your squad mates no your intent or what is going on. Use a wing man if you have to, in the crappy case that you screw up the perfect kill. That way someone else can actively engage said target. Good communication in one squad on a team can completely mess the OPFOR to hell.

    4.)Sniper/ Recon kit usage
    Now lately, as some may know, I’ve been putting a lot of effort into trying to surpass my high head shot score of +451pts. I’ve spent lots of time using the VSS, racking up roughly 5200pts, with about 1900 of them head shots. One thing I’ve learned is that the recon kit is just as effective up close and personal as it is at range. Don’t be afraid to mix in with the Assault class up close. Use those semi and full auto rifles up close and personal to kick some ass. Nothing more annoying than capturing objective Charlie, using only a VSS and a M93R and observing five to six of your teams snipers hiding in the trees.

    On that, I know that depending on rifle that you’re working with and the map you are playing on will dictate on how close is close. Understandably you may have to sit back, provide EN movement or other Intel to your squad mates. Your buddies will fucking love it! Oh yeah, and pickoff any slack, camping, tree wookie enemies in the progress. Just because your not racking in the big points that game, it will still give your team the edge to dominate the match. This falls under communication again. Let your dudes/ dudettes in your squad know what you’re doing.

    5.)Vehicles
    Back in the Battlefield Modern Combat days, playing under the FBI clan, we worked by rank. Only WO’s and above could pilot a helicopter. I found that somewhat stupid, so never really put much gaming into learning to fly. Even after moving off from that type of clan based leadership, I still can’t keep that damn thing up. This is why I gun, even after spending hours trying to master it. I cannot stress enough the importance of letting those few extremely proficient players fly. I am not trying to dissuade anyone from learning. By all means, start up a private match with a few clan members and learn to put that bitch through its paces.

    It bothers me seeing players take off, fly 50m, loose control and plummet into the ground. Why? It wastes team assets. Or fly it long enough to fly over a large tower or boat stack, bail out and start to snipe from that position. If that is how you want to play, then I would be very cautious of the people I play with. You can probably expect some blue on blue for doing stupid shit like that.

    On the vehicle topic and transport capacity. I've adopted the habit of either waiting for unkown players to jump in if I am driving, or advising my clan/ squadmates to spawn on me, filling up the transport and potential capturing some objectives fast. Another useful habit to adopt or try out.

    6.)Team killing/ Injuring
    This is a pretty big piss off to me and a huge issue on BFBC 2 right now. You do it, I do it. It happens. I try to keep mine accidental. Some players just get on for shits and giggles. However, once someone team kills me for no reason, then it’s on. The three main words in that sentence being …”for no reason…” Understandably, shit does happen. A misplaced, or untimely mortar strike (LMAO, Gun of Stone! HAHAHA!), the short fall of a tank round or a super long distance sniper shot (Where you cannot se the blue triangle over your team mates head.). These happen. A quick sorry and things can go on. Doing this to take someone’s tank, copter, be a spiteful prick, etc… are not on or funny. Enough said.

    7.) Clearnance drills and Conquest point captures
    I've noticed this occurance in the last two weeks while playing our beloved BC2. People infiltrate, capture a conquest point to gain there points and head away. There is no pause to consolidate their position, clear occuppied cover/ buildings or wait for enemy players to make thier own presence felt. The problem with points grabbing and running causes a couple issues.

    I notice with younger players (Not rank, but age.), is the lack of situational awarness. They run onto the objective, cash in the 150pt or 75pt grab and move onto the next as quickly as possible. As they are running into the next objective, the flag they just captured is lost. You now have a fight on two fronts (Or last night, a front on three fronts.), in which 1/4 of the team does nothing but base camp and snipe from afar, while the remaining 3/4 attempt to re-capture and objective and fight a losing battle to take another. If you remain active in an area long enough, you can detect bad guys coming from the flanks or other means, thus avoiding instant flag loss. I am not saying camp the objective the whole game, but once you feel comfortable/ secure, then move off.

    Taking the time to clear buildnings in BF is invaluable. I am not talking about destroying them outright, as they useful for cover to both sides. I mean search upstairs, all rooms and attic. Ensure that their is not a pesky squad attic camping and waiting for your team or squad to dash to another objective. This is what I wanted to chat baout mostly. Listen to your squad mates for target info. If he's feeding you enemy movement/ placement, use it. Go upstairs or in a building to remove any unwelcomed guest. Don't sluff off on clearing because you want to cap that extra 150pts/ 75pts om another flag.

    As a side thought, clearing out capture points and buildings in BF3 is going to become a must. The metro station in paris for example. Once all the lights are shot out, that is going to become a real focal point for infiltrators and spawn campers. Both very annoying.

    8.)Class selection
    There is nothing better then moving in on an objective in the initial phases of a match, only to find out your the only fella doing the moving. I jest, as it is a very shitty feeling. Take Arica Harbour; Moving off the US base down the hill. Your now capturing Obj Charlie. Great, until you look back and realize that the other elven players are snipers. Class selection, for everyone, is generated differently. Some take a class based on map, others by weapons they are maxing out, others are just sheer random choices.

    Myself, I base my class choice off the map I play. In a good game, with squads working well together, you can normally keep with the original kit selection. This, as you all know, does not happen every game. Obvisoulsy we all want to pick our fave choice, but be prepared to change up at anytime to counter the OPFORS strengths. As the game progresses, you should be easliy be able to see squad shortfalls. Please, don' t hesitate to change up kits. When your spawning in on your mates, ask what they require. Do you need ammo, health? Oh, a tank is bothering your position. I notice a lot of the veteran players do this already, 99% of time. We all get caught up in the game sometimes and forget to act accordingly, but for the most part CRR members have been pretty good. I wanted to bring this up as more of a reminder for the old dogs, and as a good habit to get into for the more novice BF players.

    9.)Mine & demolition/ Counter Mining & demoltions + placement
    Nothing more frustrating then placing some stacked AT mines (Or C4) in an area and then watch a dude place more mines 2-3 m out ahead of your own. I call this counter mining/ demolitions. Eight times out of ten the individual is not aware that they are doing it, and really, unless they are in your squad and are very much so into the team based aspect, they will tell you to fuck off. Don't be hesitant in squad based actions with friends and clan memebrs to let them know what's up. If you have multiple miners, make a plan of action. Decide who will place there mines/ charges in a certain location. The best way to do this is by dividing the map up using the objectives. On Panama Canel, I love mining Objectives Delta and Bravo. This is will divide vehicle heavy maps up into horrible killzones (Well, for the OPFOR that is....), enabling all to gather some much deserved points while denying enemy mobility to fast movers onto your objectives. If your not sure if a mine is FR or EN, you can always position your cross hairs over it, making the little red do in the center go red. If this does nto happen, and your still not sure, fire a round, or two, next to the mine. It will give you a voice prompt saying "I've found and EN mine over here.".

    Placement of charges and mines is this game, as I've witnessed is very humourous. This is more of a helpful hint then an issue/ rule/ guideline. Players have a bad habit of placing mines/ charges right out int he middle of roads and main approaches. This will catch and fast moving ATV or jeep (If they are not paying attention), but will be wasted on slower, more cautious vehicles. A niffty thing I do is wait to place the mines like most of you place C4 onto a enemy vehicle. Once I throw two out, I chuck a grenade at them and run like a 'sum bitch. If you more into placing and leaving, use the leaves/ grass on the side of the roads to cover your munitions. Remember, vehicles don't have to drive over top of them, just in a close vicinity.

    10.)Motion Sensors
    Do not hesitate to toss out a sensor if you suspect an enemy. Besides the bonus of killing an infiltrator off, the toss of a motion sensor, escpecially in a bulit up area, is game changing. Play out an enemy sniper that just threw a sensor. You now have an enemy sniper, in an unkown location, potential spawning in another three of his friends/ squadmates. Very unnerving and annoying. Do you move quickly in an attempt to find (Hopefully.) and kill the sniper. Or do you wait, avoid the sensor until it dissappears and hope for the best? While easy decisions, the wrong one could change the capture of an objective. Remember that when you are equipped with them, as the same rules apply. I notice not a lot of the CRR members play the recon class, so hopefully this will draw in some new marksmen to try out these much unused devices.

    11.)Spawn camping
    There is nothing worse then spawning into a game only to be stuck in your main base getting raped over the coals. You probably have all been there and hate it as much as I do. If you hate it, then think about that when you are thinking about doing it to another team. And when I mean spawn camping/ base raping I generalize players that activily move into a base to hunt/ stalk/ snipe/ knife enemies that are spawning in. IMO, it's a sad way to rack up points. I can't really cover anything more on this. If your into that type of play, you will not see me hanging about to participate. I usually hang back, or if it's getting out of hand, then I will perform a dreaded, underhanded teamkill. While this is no better, I do this in hopes the enemy will get their shit together so I can have a challenging game. Or better yet, a fun game.

    12.)Last man standing:
    I've really noticed this issue the last two days playing solo (Without other CRRers that is.). I even brought it up to a squad I was playing with last night. The last man standing. In the htinck of things, on an intense fire base capture, squads will get piecemealed to death. One important thing to try and remember to do, if your that last dude left alive, is to hide. Hide you say!!! That's bullshit! Wrong. You hiding for 4-5 seconds so your squadmates can come in and support/ heal/ supply/ capture is a game breaker. I counted at least sixteen times that we could have easily captured objectives or destroyed EN resistance if the last man would have hid for a few seconds.

    After mentioning this to said squad, things started really working out for us. An inexperienced squad (Ranked 5, 10, 10 and myself.) walked away with the top squad pin, and had a minor loss. (They had 27 tickets left. The game before they had 181. I was, .....ummmm, displeased.).

    I think most of the BC2 players are already doing this, but for those that don't, giver a go! I think this is going to be very important within the first two weeks of BF3, as eveyone is going to be trying to get a quick and competent feel for the new battlefields.


    Well gents and ladies. I cannot think of anything else to point out right now. These are the BF rules I try to play by. Everyone forgets sometimes, it’s when it becomes a standard thing, then it becomes problematic. Any points please PM me and I will continue this article with your input. I’m sure that everyone has something in this game that they think is a worthwhile rule to play by.

    I am not demanding my fellow clan mates to adopt these "rules". These are just helpful, insightful tips from someone that has spent (Apparently) +700hrs on BFBC2 alone. Take care, now go get some dog tags!

    Mat aka DeathGuard aka DG aka Angry BFBC player
    by Published on 07-19-2011 01:01 PM     Number of Views: 250 

    Good evening CRR members! This evening I am going to cover some Battlefield gaming tips. It's good to see a lot of clan members getting back into the BFBC game, practicing for BF3. I hope that most of what I talk about here will be strengthened and used in that game.

    First, I play hardcore exculsivley, so for those that have not, some of what I am laying out will seem a bit screwed. As most may know, I am a pretty intense BFBC player. I like to have fun, but can become increasingly annoyed when I witness things that are, shall we say, not well thought out. You don’t have to be the best player to accomplish goals, eradicate the enemy or capture objectives in BF games. You just have to be a better thinker. Remember, fight hard, not stupid.

    Some of the things in this article will cover some bad habits/ practises, while others are, to be very honest, pet peeves of mine.

    So, in no particular order:


    1.)Ammo packs/ Health packs
    Undique quod Quisquam – Everywhere and Anytime: Dropping the goods. An excellent way to points boosts your recon, assault and support class. The other, more beneficial squad/ team bonus to doing this is that you know, no matter what building your in, there will be a pack of some type there. It’s actually a habit of mine now. As I move from building to building, regardless if I have a fire team partner with me, I drop ammo or health. If I die, and another squad member is hurt, I can talk/ walk him onto some much needed bullets or health. A very good habit to adopt.

    2.)Squad Spawning
    This has become sort of a sore spot for me the last few weeks. After spending several minutes working your way into positions of cover/ observation to snipe, a fire team member spawns in. Unannounced, with no idea what your intention is. Then proceeds to open up with an GPMG while running around in circles standing on one leg. This will draw, very quickly, attention to yourself. Now think about the poor sap that you dropped in on. Lots of players have heard me say “Ghosting my position.” Well that is what the term boils down to. Guys/ Gals, give the individual you are spawning on a heads up. That way he/ she can say “Hells yeah, drop me off some ammo/ health…..”, or “Fuck no, I am stalking an EN and do not wish to be seen….”

    3.)You took my kill and calling out potential kills
    Now, I am pretty familiar with this statement “You took my kill dude…” on the Call of Duty games. Not a dig at the loyal CoD players, just an amusing observation. While the smaller maps in that series can allow you better plan out your courses of action (Or in this case, kills.) with squad members, it does not translate well (sometimes) on BFBC. While you maybe hunting a target in town, but I am 500m away off to your left, behind a wooded area, I may not notice you and destroy your prey. What then? That is the flow of the battle, it happens. Everyone, even if furstrated to hell, will understand it. Deep breaths, scan and breath.

    Now if you have a particular aggravating enemy who has owned your ass for two matches and you are in position to make the knife kill or that ultimate long range head shot, then this is where we get into calling out of targets. Let your squad mates no your intent or what is going on. Use a wing man if you have to, in the crappy case that you screw up the perfect kill. That way someone else can actively engage said target. Good communication in one squad on a team can completely mess the OPFOR to hell.

    4.)Sniper/ Recon kit usage
    Now lately, as some may know, I’ve been putting a lot of effort into trying to surpass my high head shot score of +451pts. I’ve spent lots of time using the VSS, racking up roughly 5200pts, with about 1900 of them head shots. One thing I’ve learned is that the recon kit is just as effective up close and personal as it is at range. Don’t be afraid to mix in with the Assault class up close. Use those semi and full auto rifles up close and personal to kick some ass. Nothing more annoying than capturing objective Charlie, using only a VSS and a M93R and observing five to six of your teams snipers hiding in the trees.

    On that, I know that depending on rifle that you’re working with and the map you are playing on will dictate on how close is close. Understandably you may have to sit back, provide EN movement or other Intel to your squad mates. Your buddies will fucking love it! Oh yeah, and pickoff any slack, camping, tree wookie enemies in the progress. Just because your not racking in the big points that game, it will still give your team the edge to dominate the match. This falls under communication again. Let your dudes/ dudettes in your squad know what you’re doing.

    5.)Vehicles
    Back in the Battlefield Modern Combat days, playing under the FBI clan, we worked by rank. Only WO’s and above could pilot a helicopter. I found that somewhat stupid, so never really put much gaming into learning to fly. Even after moving off from that type of clan based leadership, I still can’t keep that damn thing up. This is why I gun, even after spending hours trying to master it. I cannot stress enough the importance of letting those few extremely proficient players fly. I am not trying to dissuade anyone from learning. By all means, start up a private match with a few clan members and learn to put that bitch through its paces.

    It bothers me seeing players take off, fly 50m, loose control and plummet into the ground. Why? It wastes team assets. Or fly it long enough to fly over a large tower or boat stack, bail out and start to snipe from that position. If that is how you want to play, then I would be very cautious of the people I play with. You can probably expect some blue on blue for doing stupid shit like that.

    On the vehicle topic and transport capacity. I've adopted the habit of either waiting for unkown players to jump in if I am driving, or advising my clan/ squadmates to spawn on me, filling up the transport and potential capturing some objectives fast. Another useful habit to adopt or try out.

    6.)Team killing/ Injuring
    This is a pretty big piss off to me and a huge issue on BFBC 2 right now. You do it, I do it. It happens. I try to keep mine accidental. Some players just get on for shits and giggles. However, once someone team kills me for no reason, then it’s on. The three main words in that sentence being …”for no reason…” Understandably, shit does happen. A misplaced, or untimely mortar strike (LMAO, Gun of Stone! HAHAHA!), the short fall of a tank round or a super long distance sniper shot (Where you cannot se the blue triangle over your team mates head.). These happen. A quick sorry and things can go on. Doing this to take someone’s tank, copter, be a spiteful prick, etc… are not on or funny. Enough said.

    7.) Clearnance drills and Conquest point captures
    I've noticed this occurance in the last two weeks while playing our beloved BC2. People infiltrate, capture a conquest point to gain there points and head away. There is no pause to consolidate their position, clear occuppied cover/ buildings or wait for enemy players to make thier own presence felt. The problem with points grabbing and running causes a couple issues.

    I notice with younger players (Not rank, but age.), is the lack of situational awarness. They run onto the objective, cash in the 150pt or 75pt grab and move onto the next as quickly as possible. As they are running into the next objective, the flag they just captured is lost. You now have a fight on two fronts (Or last night, a front on three fronts.), in which 1/4 of the team does nothing but base camp and snipe from afar, while the remaining 3/4 attempt to re-capture and objective and fight a losing battle to take another. If you remain active in an area long enough, you can detect bad guys coming from the flanks or other means, thus avoiding instant flag loss. I am not saying camp the objective the whole game, but once you feel comfortable/ secure, then move off.

    Taking the time to clear buildnings in BF is invaluable. I am not talking about destroying them outright, as they useful for cover to both sides. I mean search upstairs, all rooms and attic. Ensure that their is not a pesky squad attic camping and waiting for your team or squad to dash to another objective. This is what I wanted to chat baout mostly. Listen to your squad mates for target info. If he's feeding you enemy movement/ placement, use it. Go upstairs or in a building to remove any unwelcomed guest. Don't sluff off on clearing because you want to cap that extra 150pts/ 75pts om another flag.

    As a side thought, clearing out capture points and buildings in BF3 is going to become a must. The metro station in paris for example. Once all the lights are shot out, that is going to become a real focal point for infiltrators and spawn campers. Both very annoying.

    8.)Class selection
    There is nothing better then moving in on an objective in the initial phases of a match, only to find out your the only fella doing the moving. I jest, as it is a very shitty feeling. Take Arica Harbour; Moving off the US base down the hill. Your now capturing Obj Charlie. Great, until you look back and realize that the other elven players are snipers. Class selection, for everyone, is generated differently. Some take a class based on map, others by weapons they are maxing out, others are just sheer random choices.

    Myself, I base my class choice off the map I play. In a good game, with squads working well together, you can normally keep with the original kit selection. This, as you all know, does not happen every game. Obvisoulsy we all want to pick our fave choice, but be prepared to change up at anytime to counter the OPFORS strengths. As the game progresses, you should be easliy be able to see squad shortfalls. Please, don' t hesitate to change up kits. When your spawning in on your mates, ask what they require. Do you need ammo, health? Oh, a tank is bothering your position. I notice a lot of the veteran players do this already, 99% of time. We all get caught up in the game sometimes and forget to act accordingly, but for the most part CRR members have been pretty good. I wanted to bring this up as more of a reminder for the old dogs, and as a good habit to get into for the more novice BF players.

    9.)Mine & demolition/ Counter Mining & demoltions + placement
    Nothing more frustrating then placing some stacked AT mines (Or C4) in an area and then watch a dude place more mines 2-3 m out ahead of your own. I call this counter mining/ demolitions. Eight times out of ten the individual is not aware that they are doing it, and really, unless they are in your squad and are very much so into the team based aspect, they will tell you to fuck off. Don't be hesitant in squad based actions with friends and clan memebrs to let them know what's up. If you have multiple miners, make a plan of action. Decide who will place there mines/ charges in a certain location. The best way to do this is by dividing the map up using the objectives. On Panama Canel, I love mining Objectives Delta and Bravo. This is will divide vehicle heavy maps up into horrible killzones (Well, for the OPFOR that is....), enabling all to gather some much deserved points while denying enemy mobility to fast movers onto your objectives. If your not sure if a mine is FR or EN, you can always position your cross hairs over it, making the little red do in the center go red. If this does nto happen, and your still not sure, fire a round, or two, next to the mine. It will give you a voice prompt saying "I've found and EN mine over here.".

    Placement of charges and mines is this game, as I've witnessed is very humourous. This is more of a helpful hint then an issue/ rule/ guideline. Players have a bad habit of placing mines/ charges right out int he middle of roads and main approaches. This will catch and fast moving ATV or jeep (If they are not paying attention), but will be wasted on slower, more cautious vehicles. A niffty thing I do is wait to place the mines like most of you place C4 onto a enemy vehicle. Once I throw two out, I chuck a grenade at them and run like a 'sum bitch. If you more into placing and leaving, use the leaves/ grass on the side of the roads to cover your munitions. Remember, vehicles don't have to drive over top of them, just in a close vicinity.

    10.)Motion Sensors
    Do not hesitate to toss out a sensor if you suspect an enemy. Besides the bonus of killing an infiltrator off, the toss of a motion sensor, escpecially in a bulit up area, is game changing. Play out an enemy sniper that just threw a sensor. You now have an enemy sniper, in an unkown location, potential spawning in another three of his friends/ squadmates. Very unnerving and annoying. Do you move quickly in an attempt to find (Hopefully.) and kill the sniper. Or do you wait, avoid the sensor until it dissappears and hope for the best? While easy decisions, the wrong one could change the capture of an objective. Remember that when you are equipped with them, as the same rules apply. I notice not a lot of the CRR members play the recon class, so hopefully this will draw in some new marksmen to try out these much unused devices.

    11.)Spawn camping
    There is nothing worse then spawning into a game only to be stuck in your main base getting raped over the coals. You probably have all been there and hate it as much as I do. If you hate it, then think about that when you are thinking about doing it to another team. And when I mean spawn camping/ base raping I generalize players that activily move into a base to hunt/ stalk/ snipe/ knife enemies that are spawning in. IMO, it's a sad way to rack up points. I can't really cover anything more on this. If your into that type of play, you will not see me hanging about to participate. I usually hang back, or if it's getting out of hand, then I will perform a dreaded, underhanded teamkill. While this is no better, I do this in hopes the enemy will get their shit together so I can have a challenging game. Or better yet, a fun game.

    Well gents and ladies. I cannot think of anything else to point out right now. These are the BF rules I try to play by. Everyone forgets sometimes, it’s when it becomes a standard thing, then it becomes problematic. Any points please PM me and I will continue this article with your input. I’m sure that everyone has something in this game that they think is a worthwhile rule to play by.

    I am not demanding my fellow clan mates to adopt these "rules". These are just helpful, insightful tips from someone that has spent (Apparently) +700hrs on BFBC2 alone. Take care, now go get some dog tags!

    Mat aka DeathGuard aka DG aka Angry BFBC player
    by Published on 07-19-2011 12:44 PM

    Good morning fellow Clan members (Hmmm, that sounded great in my head, but a bit odd when it's typed out.). I want to chat ...
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