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04-26-2014, 06:22 AM #1
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Quote:GO is the official tournament and league map of ARC. This guide was created by arr0w to give you a general idea of how to play it. Enjoy.

1. Communicate! Listen to your team mates and try to work together, if they tell you to go to a certain area you should probably listen unless you're 100% sure that it's not a good idea.

2. Don't engage in a fight at base if it's already 2vs1 in your team's favor. 3/4vs1's or 4vs2's are unnecessary if your team is already raping base in a 2vs1 or 3vs2.

3. Don't leave base in a 1vs1/2vs2/3vs3 situation when your flag is already out of your base. Base should be your #1 priority and you should always rape in greater numbers until your flag is secure. If it's 4vs3 in your base and you just spawn, only try for a solo flag if you can pick up the opponents flag before or at the same time as the enemy team can pick up yours.

4. Pay attention to your surroundings. If the enemy team is flagging then do what you can to stop the flag run rather than chase a smoker at mid or something. Use your radar as an advantage for you. It tells you where your team mates, opponents and flag are on the map!

5. Call base early. This could be the game deciding factor. If you call base early enough before you die or before the enemy picks up your flag, it could give your team mates enough time to come back to base or intentially die to respawn and help clear out base. (If you're smoked and not the one in base, and base is called by a team mate, then try dying ASAP rather than backing up and attempting to help. If the enemy tries to avoid killing you, then be very aggressive and attempt to rush him.)

6. Only secure one flag if both flags are in the opponents base. It's much easier bring back one flag back to base safely than trying to get both flags.

7. This is the most important one. Have fun. Don't let little things get to you and always have a positive attitude. Remember, there's always room for improvement.

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