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I'm really struggling in galactic assault. Need tips

So yeah. I did kind of ok in Battlefront 2015 in the 40 player modes, but now in every map, on every team no matter what I do I just die instantly and struggle to even get a 1:1 KD.

Trying to play the objective? Nah, you're dead the second you show your face through the doors.

So yeah, any tips and tricks from people who actually know their way around would really be appreciated. Thanks!

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  • Well, normally i would categorise a shooter either as a fast paced one (like Overwatch, COD) or a slowbased one with more tacital options (like Battlefield). Battlefront is kinda a in between: There is not much tactics going on, but it's still kinda slow and you have to play defensively. You can't just charge in (because there are no medics) and as an attacker you kinda have to group up (maybe cover your attack by grenade spam).
    But in my opinion attackers are in a disadvatanges (no communications kinda makes a big attack hard).
    If you are struggling then play a heavy. It has more health and just keep behind cover (which minimizes the time you spend running from spawn). Try to get a feeling for that kinda strange pace and play very defensively. I hope i could help a bit at least :-)
  • tts42572
    975 posts Member
    edited November 2017
    My advice is to forget the objective, hang back and just spam grenades, barrage, or whatever else and you'll get some kills eventually.

    I'm finding it really tough to be an aggressive player in this game. It seems every objective is always full of campers just waiting to take you out and it's never one on one battles....It's always like one on three or five battles if you run off on your own.

    I miss the smaller game modes SWBF 1 had where you could actually play objectives and get into smaller scale battles.

    Galactic Assault is just very campy and some of the maps make it very difficult to get into areas. It's just like you say....Peek into a hallway and you're instantly blasted.

    I played SWB1 a ton...Reached level 100, probably thousands of matches. I enjoyed the game a lot with my biggest complaints being how they handled DLC and some of the nerfs they made. However, loved the variety in game modes and always generally had fun.

    So far with this game though, I'm just not having fun. The lack of modes is really dragging it down for me. I also don't like this whole class thing as half the time I can't even remember what the star cards are that I'm using in each class and don't like weapon/star card combinations I'm forced into using. There's no stats, really long load/wait times, repetitive defend objectives.

    Just really struggling with this so far and feel like I'm forcing myself to play it more than really wanting to play it.
  • I agree with the OP. Galactic Assault is just kinda like a zerg fest at this point, no real strategy, just insta-die, re-spawn, go again. Maps needs balanced, tweaked -- and god, why no voice chat, that would help a ton with coordination. Also as I mentioned in another post, matchmaking needs to improve so bad players (like me!) are up against other bad players!
  • SimonSez
    12 posts Member
    edited November 2017
    So yeah. I did kind of ok in Battlefront 2015 in the 40 player modes, but now in every map, on every team no matter what I do I just die instantly and struggle to even get a 1:1 KD.

    Trying to play the objective? Nah, you're dead the second you show your face through the doors.

    So yeah, any tips and tricks from people who actually know their way around would really be appreciated. Thanks!

    right now i dont think tips would help. Every one on at the moment has either paid for battle cards and are pretty much dominating the game. i just raged quit a match cuz the enemy team pretty much had a ton of cards and we had no advantage at all. Match making sucks so yeah...good luck ?
  • I agree with the OP. Galactic Assault is just kinda like a zerg fest at this point, no real strategy, just insta-die, re-spawn, go again. Maps needs balanced, tweaked -- and god, why no voice chat, that would help a ton with coordination. Also as I mentioned in another post, matchmaking needs to improve so bad players (like me!) are up against other bad players!

    i just quit a naboo match my self, whole team werent grabbing the ion guns or they did and didnt know what the hell there doing with them and ran right over to the enemy, also the whole enemy team had tons of cards and they instantly got heros and pushed us back to the castle ...cant stand the match making right now, i try rotating the game, going GA to star fighter to try and at least get some kills.
  • SimonSez wrote: »

    right now i dont think tips would help. Every one on at the moment has either paid for battle cards and are pretty much dominating the game. i just raged quit a match cuz the enemy team pretty much had a ton of cards and we had no advantage at all. Match making sucks so yeah...good luck ?
    I seriously think people are making the upgrades sound way more powerful than they actually are.
  • Play some strike. I was struggling on GA for a bit. Wasn’t reallly finding the right strategy. Playing Strike limits the amount of people shooting at you and you can play around with classes to see how each one plays. Still objective based so people aren’t just running around trying to get kills. I had the most kills one round but was third. This helped me quite a bit.

    It is annoying when people don’t play the objective on GA but you’re kind of forced to more so in Strike. Just my two cents. Good luck.
  • bfloo
    14091 posts Member
    As I'm learning the maps I'm doing better.

    Also some classes work better than others depending on the map you are on.
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  • SimonSez wrote: »
    I agree with the OP. Galactic Assault is just kinda like a zerg fest at this point, no real strategy, just insta-die, re-spawn, go again. Maps needs balanced, tweaked -- and god, why no voice chat, that would help a ton with coordination. Also as I mentioned in another post, matchmaking needs to improve so bad players (like me!) are up against other bad players!

    i just quit a naboo match my self, whole team werent grabbing the ion guns or they did and didnt know what the **** there doing with them and ran right over to the enemy, also the whole enemy team had tons of cards and they instantly got heros and pushed us back to the castle ...cant stand the match making right now, i try rotating the game, going GA to star fighter to try and at least get some kills.

    So im not the only one getting one sided matches.... Its getting really frustrating
  • SimonSez wrote: »
    I agree with the OP. Galactic Assault is just kinda like a zerg fest at this point, no real strategy, just insta-die, re-spawn, go again. Maps needs balanced, tweaked -- and god, why no voice chat, that would help a ton with coordination. Also as I mentioned in another post, matchmaking needs to improve so bad players (like me!) are up against other bad players!

    i just quit a naboo match my self, whole team werent grabbing the ion guns or they did and didnt know what the **** there doing with them and ran right over to the enemy, also the whole enemy team had tons of cards and they instantly got heros and pushed us back to the castle ...cant stand the match making right now, i try rotating the game, going GA to star fighter to try and at least get some kills.

    So im not the only one getting one sided matches.... Its getting really frustrating

    Yeah, I've had some HvV matches where my team was completely trash
  • DarthReign wrote: »
    SimonSez wrote: »
    I agree with the OP. Galactic Assault is just kinda like a zerg fest at this point, no real strategy, just insta-die, re-spawn, go again. Maps needs balanced, tweaked -- and god, why no voice chat, that would help a ton with coordination. Also as I mentioned in another post, matchmaking needs to improve so bad players (like me!) are up against other bad players!

    i just quit a naboo match my self, whole team werent grabbing the ion guns or they did and didnt know what the **** there doing with them and ran right over to the enemy, also the whole enemy team had tons of cards and they instantly got heros and pushed us back to the castle ...cant stand the match making right now, i try rotating the game, going GA to star fighter to try and at least get some kills.

    So im not the only one getting one sided matches.... Its getting really frustrating

    Yeah, I've had some HvV matches where my team was completely trash

    well thats to be expected every first person shooter has always had trash teams but the cards system is messed up
  • I have the same problem in all shooter type multi player games...I have trouble actually seeing the guys I am supposed to shoot at. The radar is cluttered with all different colors and it's not always clear what color the bad guys are..sometimes blue, sometimes red?

    I will get killed without ever seeing the guy who shot me. Or I will only see them as they run over my dead body.

    Anyone else have trouble actually seeing the enemy? Maybe I am just old and blind.
  • Josie2727 wrote: »
    I have the same problem in all shooter type multi player games...I have trouble actually seeing the guys I am supposed to shoot at. The radar is cluttered with all different colors and it's not always clear what color the bad guys are..sometimes blue, sometimes red?

    I will get killed without ever seeing the guy who shot me. Or I will only see them as they run over my dead body.

    Anyone else have trouble actually seeing the enemy? Maybe I am just old and blind.

    Having that issue....I swear people are hiding under the map or something.

    I think the main issue is that I always used scout in BF1 and people didn't always know i was coming until they actually saw me. I had a better feel for the game modes and maps also and could keep the action sort of in front of me most of the time. It also helped that I played the smaller modes too.

    This time around though, I swear all these modes just involve somebody camping an objective and they always know your coming while they're just sitting idle somewhere. I think that's why it feels like I'm getting shot out of nowhere all the time because it's such a stand still, camp type game.

    I do better when I just walk around and try to flank stuff and not really pay much attention to the objective....Especially if you're the team that's trying to capture something. It's way easier to huddle all together and defend something than it is being the team that's capturing.
  • SimonSez wrote: »
    I agree with the OP. Galactic Assault is just kinda like a zerg fest at this point, no real strategy, just insta-die, re-spawn, go again. Maps needs balanced, tweaked -- and god, why no voice chat, that would help a ton with coordination. Also as I mentioned in another post, matchmaking needs to improve so bad players (like me!) are up against other bad players!

    i just quit a naboo match my self, whole team werent grabbing the ion guns or they did and didnt know what the **** there doing with them and ran right over to the enemy, also the whole enemy team had tons of cards and they instantly got heros and pushed us back to the castle ...cant stand the match making right now, i try rotating the game, going GA to star fighter to try and at least get some kills.

    So im not the only one getting one sided matches.... Its getting really frustrating

    Well its people Buying cards and i think its becoming SO unbalanced
  • I'm finding on open maps the Spawn Squad tends to each go their own way. Try and find the boundaries of the map (flank) and find a vantage point where you can get the jump on enemies running up the gut. (This advantage will likely last a about a week as people realize to do the same thing.)

    If you're a Heavy or a Officer - Look at your mini map and try and see where your team mates are massed. Going it alone as either of these classes won't end well. There is some safety in numbers.

    If you're a Assault or Specialist you are a bit more independent. Try and find high points on the map or places you can duck into, so you can ambush the passing enemy. Lets face it. Everyone is so busy running to the Objective; finding areas you can park and pick some off is your best bet if your team is constantly getting rolled over.
  • Heres a tip buy the hacking program that people are using to see were you at through walls etc. Im having the same problem, getting shot through walls, enemies always know were im at etc. PC version of this game was the biggest rip off ive brought. Ive already moved onto another game until EA says they are going to do something about hacking programs. If you done believe me youtube Battlfront 2 hacks
  • ArchAngeL_777
    1605 posts Member
    edited November 2017
    Well it depends on your goals for the game. Do you want to push the objectives or take care of your KDR? Only the most elite players will be able to do both.

    I would advise just getting out there and having fun. The game doesn't even track your KDR, so just do what you can to help the team win.
  • Ok. I think people are making the cards seem way more powerful than they actually are. I personally have no trouble killing people 1v1 even if they've bought a ton of them.

    I also seem to have found my spot in the team: Just hanging back a bit and sniping people. On some maps I can snipe people and still get objective score, and on some maps I can even get decent killstreaks.
  • I think there are some balance issues. It's much easier to defend.
  • SimonSez wrote: »
    So yeah. I did kind of ok in Battlefront 2015 in the 40 player modes, but now in every map, on every team no matter what I do I just die instantly and struggle to even get a 1:1 KD.

    Trying to play the objective? Nah, you're dead the second you show your face through the doors.

    So yeah, any tips and tricks from people who actually know their way around would really be appreciated. Thanks!

    right now i dont think tips would help. Every one on at the moment has either paid for battle cards and are pretty much dominating the game. i just raged quit a match cuz the enemy team pretty much had a ton of cards and we had no advantage at all. Match making sucks so yeah...good luck ?

    I haven't seen too many super high P2W players yet other than this one level 44 Officer that would one shot you across the damn map... it was a pretty **** game with him in there.
  • Be cautiously aggressive. And use vehicles. People don't seem to realize just how good the air vehicles can be. Don't save your points for the sole purpose of playing a hero. Vehicles can be just as much if not more useful than hero. Don't be afraid to spend points on them. You can easily make it back.
  • There are a few game mechanics I find help with gun fights even when outnumbered on an objective. There doesn’t seem to be a movement penalty on accuracy for hip fire so in close quarters strafe whilst gunfighting so you are a harder target. Also, the roll is a great defensive mechanism as you take less damage whilst rolling so you can roll to cover if you are outgunned and potentially prevent the death and then get back into the gunfight. Also, if it seems there is too much going on and you are always getting flanked then play more towards the edge of the map to remove one of the flanking directions.
    Pretty basic tips but hopefully helps you enjoy the game more. I’ve been loving it and really surprised how quickly I’ve adapted to it from other FPS games like BF1, Titanfall 2 etc.
  • Same here I suck in that mode the highest kills I get is close to 6, did good day one but downhill ever since.
    It also depends on the map/faction I get with the weapons.
  • I agree. I was hit top rank on BF1, but I’m very frustrated with 2.
  • If you're on PS4 you can friend someone and join a party then voice chat with those people. It just means getting out there and friending people you don't know, or go with people you're already friends with. I started at the bottom of every GA match and now I'm in the middle (9 or 10). The advice already given here is good, but it's really whatever you enjoy doing. The most important thing is to have fun, and YES, I have been furiously sniped repeatedly, BUT I didn't rage quit. I went back and GOT EVEN. I feel like figuring this whole thing (what works for you) out is the point and half the fun.
  • Try third person corner peaking a known choke point.

    Try to use the enemy locating abilities often. Assault has a scan dart which locates enemies within the scan radius , Specialist has "scramble infiltration" which marks enemies on the mini-map. Specialist also has the binoculars to see everyone through walls.

    If anything spawn as specialist , sit back , use your binoculars often to get an idea of where players tend to gather . The more you do this the more you will remember where players tend to end up. So the next time you play the map you'll have an idea.


    Also learn good flanking routes .

    On Death Star 2 as attackers (the rebels) when you first spawn there is a route I use right way which is vastly ignored by my team at first spawn. I'm usually the only guy there at first very often . It's only later as a few people spawn near me it gets populated by my team.

    It's the area where you have to capture override tractor beam generator. If you go right and up the stairs there is an entrance to this area where the enemy team can't get up to , there are no stairs here from their perspective (unless the have a hero of course) but this is the start of the round there shouldn't be any heroes here yet.

    Go to that area and corner peak 3rd person , there will likely be a few players here guarding the generator controls . It's your chance to get a jump on them. Corner peak , shoot at them , fall back for the eventual grenade spam your way, because they can't reach you they'll spam grenades like mad at you , then run back in . Try to stay here until the objective gets populated and/or captured. Be wary of grenade spam.

    As defenders the doors leading to this area are LOCKED from their side , meaning they can't flank you. They can if your friendly opens the door and they kill your teammate and run up to get you . But they have to run out of bounds to get to you and most that try get caught up running another way. It RARELY happens if ever.

    The only person that can get to you is a hero , but by that time your team should've captured this point already.

    As for being on the other side as defenders near the tractor beam control (the other objective) you can get to a high platform that can only be flanked from one side, so it's pretty well protected and you can guard tractor bean control really easily here. You can spawn as officer and use your turret for added protection or turn the turret backwards covering your flank for those players who flank around using the motorized walkway to get in . Keep an eye on that walkway .

    I should make a video showing these locations. I use them a lot and they are good areas for newer players to guard/attack because you can't easily be shot in them .

    The guarding one especially is good because you have height advantage and the enemy team has to really flank a long way to get to you , so they have lots of your team to get through to you.



  • Forget about the K/D. It's worthless in BF2. There's only a WIN or a LOSE. You get higher points as more objective you play. For example I played CRAIT as DEFENDER. I used Speeder in first stage and got over 31.000 Points only shooting the walkers. You get really many points there. The same thing on every other map as defender. Take the ion disruptor, shoot the target and FIRE ALL YOU HAVE at objective target.
    I often see people writing in InGame chat: Oh well I never saw a walker/MTT/AT-M6 going down... and the same people stand next to an ION DISRUPTOR and instead of taking it, they snipe or something else.
    And then you have guys who KNOW how to play. No much talk needed. For example Yavin 4: Instead of rushing all three targets the same time, just rush ONE target and then the second and the third. Just communicate on InGame Chat.
    Also a big mistake that DEFENDERS doing when they have to save a point or a "bomb" etc. They Attack. Perfect Example: Last Stage on DeathStarII... when you defend the points right on target: There's no way to get the elevator up etc. But very often, most of the people try to "attack" the attacking team instead of defending the points and if there are more than 4 enemies on elevator.. no chance to get it back! So when you reached this point as defender: JUST STAY ON TARGET. Let the attackers come. 3 guys hold the back, 3 the front and 3 the side entrance and the attackers don't have any chance. But most of the guys forget it :)

    Also often a big mistake: As defender putting a shield on target. The attackers don't have to destroy the targets by shooting (Except CRAIT but there's no big enough shield) the only have to activate it or hold it... and if you put a shield there as defender, you have a very small range to fire on enemy! And if there's an enemy under your shield... very hard to get him cause you have to come very close to him... time you're missing, believe me.

    Other tips here were already written down. As Assault, ALWAYS use the tracer dart! and as sniper, USE your binoculars! IT's and advantage! And: EPIC STAR CARDS DON'T MAKE YOU BETTER ;) Believe me. I met a lot of guys InGame havin 2 or 3 epic star cards equipped but weren't able to play.

    1. Play Objective (More Points). GA is an objective gamemode.
    2. Use class which is most effective to objective (Assault and his sentry gun is very good against AT-M6, MTT, AT-AT etc. You get more points (and the faster you can choose a hero! )
    3. use InGame Chat to communicate with your team! When Attacker, write: Concentrate on left target first. Just try it. In nearly 90% it works.
    4. If you have to get a zone clear, just run into the zone. Don't mind about your K/D. to careful play makes you an easy target! Most of the enemies will be surprised if you play that agressive!
    5. Don't watch on you K/D. You can have 20:1 kills and a guy with 1:20 is much higher on the scoreboard cause he played objective.

    Maybe some tips will help you. Good luck!
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  • Never be first in at the head of the pack.

    Play Heavy to be a sponge and use terrible starter weapons. By the time you unlock the good stuff the good guns will feel even better and you'll have a bit more familiarity with the game. I grinded through Heavy first, and the Officer and Assault class feel like easy mode now simply because of their main weapons.

    My first 30 or so hours on this game were frustrating as hell, but now I'm getting better it's the most addicitive shooter.
  • LOL sheep...if you aren't cheating you are not even in the game....this game is a joke with the amount of cheating. I just can't even wrap my head around how easy it is.
  • SimonSez wrote: »
    So yeah. I did kind of ok in Battlefront 2015 in the 40 player modes, but now in every map, on every team no matter what I do I just die instantly and struggle to even get a 1:1 KD.

    Trying to play the objective? Nah, you're dead the second you show your face through the doors.

    So yeah, any tips and tricks from people who actually know their way around would really be appreciated. Thanks!

    right now i dont think tips would help. Every one on at the moment has either paid for battle cardsand are pretty much dominating the game. i just raged quit a match cuz the enemy team pretty much had a ton of cards and we had no advantage at all. Match making sucks so yeah...good luck ?

    MTX were removed at launch, I doubt they have all bought cards. I have only had the game for about four weeks and I have basically every class and hero with blue and purle cards.
  • Are you playing against the Good guys?

    Do they have a Rey on the Battlefront?

    If the answer to both questions are yes, assume there is zero cover. The enemy can see you wherever you (think) you're hiding.

    Now, with that out of the way. Honestly? Time. All about time. You will learn the maps. You will learn the likely movements of players. You will get a feel for the flow of the maps. The game also seems to be built in such a way that you're rewarded more for taking risks, rather than playing conservatively(like I tend to do.)

    Some personal notes from Galactic Assault that I've noticed:

    Objectives (Ion disruptors / missile launchers) are just about constantly camped. Do not under any circumstances attempt to do it alone if you have no teammates going with you.

    Naboo is a map that has far too much flanking opportunity available to your opposition, and try as hard as you might, you will, more than likely, die.

    Crait is slightly more merciful. Join your friends in the tunnels, and keep them safe, guns pointed towards the entrances/exits in the First Order direction. It only takes 5 - 10 seconds for First Order players to reach the Tunnel
    entrance, and if you get the first shot on a would-be invader, odds are you will kill him. Stick with your friends, if you can.

    Endor is... Well, a mixed bag. The first part is the make-or-break section, I feel. A skilled team will keep the Imperials at bay forever. Think carefully about where you set up. I find the Fuel Station is the easiest to defend. Though for some reason, it appears it's always the most neglected one too. Be careful of sneaky vanguardfags coming up from behind though.

    Yavin 4... I honestly hate this one. I don't even know why, it's just really.. REALLY... vexing? Idk. Nothing special to say here tbh. Again, flanking opportunities are far, faar too many for my liking in this one.

    Hoth is relatively alright. The first missile launchers are likely camped, but the ones after that, you might even have some luck with. It's a sniperfest though, so keep your head down as you proceed. Folks will oneshot you with a headshot these days.

    Kamino is another pesky one where defenders in my experience, have the easier job, with most of my attacker experience having been idio- special kind of people fighting OUTSIDE the objectives for whatever reason, rather than contesting or securing.

    That's some personal thoughts on those maps there anyway.

    Some base notes on the classes:

    Assault can draw their Vanguard as soon as the match starts, and you will become Sonic the Hedgehog and just dash ahead of your team by a tiny bit. If you're in a hurry to get to a secured location and pick off the first few opponents, keep this skill in mind and use it asap. You can also use it to grab a launcher, and then quickly retreat to a more secure location, if needs be.

    Heavy has Super-charged Sentry. Get this Star Card. No questions asked. Fire a full volley of this unto an exposed objective, and you now have roughly half the points needed for an 8k BP hero. That, and it also picks off those infernal snipers in the backline that literally no one likes.
    Bonus points if you use Ion Turret and place that down somewhere it can reach opposition starships AND vehicles alike. These things are BP generators on Crait, as they will make very short work of pointfarmers using speeders.

    Officer has arguably the fastest BP generation of the ground troops IF you have the Officer's Presence Star Card. Anyone around you will start regenerating HP faster with this. Great for supporting a zone under fire. And literally everyone also loves Battle Command, because extra health. I main this one, though I tend to use Recharge Command instead. It's fun seeing a Wookie toss Imploder after Imploder against an advancing opposition.

    Specialist - Nothing good to say about these. Infiltration is garbage unless you're in about melee range. Recently, I have started noticing a funny trend where people like to play Assassin's Creed with them, in the sense that they use Personal Shield, Brawler and Stealth cards, and then just walk up to people with the shield up and melee them to death. Hilarious.

    You can also use fighters after a few BP. Strafe runs with a starship will make quick work of ground troops.
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    Iron enigma treateth, Ultima
    Shielding light retreateth, Ultima
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    The fact is that if you're running it's because you suck, and the game shouldn't pander to players who suck.

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  • Heavy class is a good way to go with the shield. Try to stay with your team and make sure to roll around, don't just stand there and shoot.
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  • Start with Heavy class
    So yeah. I did kind of ok in Battlefront 2015 in the 40 player modes, but now in every map, on every team no matter what I do I just die instantly and struggle to even get a 1:1 KD.

    Trying to play the objective? Nah, you're dead the second you show your face through the doors.

    So yeah, any tips and tricks from people who actually know their way around would really be appreciated. Thanks!

    Start with heavy class.
    Card Explosive Sentinel - its kills everything and everyone while healing. It slow to activate so don't use 1 on 1 unless you have the drop on them. Also activate just before walking around corner to clear a hallway.
    Card Turret - drop it as radar - it beeps when it spots people and shoots them. Great to just drop on wide open maps. Don't stand right next to it. Sometimes I stand at a distance as it sometimes attracts people for an easy kill.
    Third card - mix it up - have fun.

    Use a good close range weapon for 1v1s.
    Remember flanking is your friend. Headshots are you friend. Running zig zag is your friend. Rolling is your friend. Learn the choke and flanking spots.

    Use the points to get a hero. (cards are important for heroes, if you have none you'll die easy)

    Its the best all round character in my opinion.
  • One thing i highly recommend is:
    use the camera position (C key on PC) to your advantage.
  • KresusFIN wrote: »
    Be careful of sneaky vanguardfags coming up from behind though.

    Have we met before?
  • KresusFIN
    2116 posts Member
    edited January 2018
    KresusFIN wrote: »
    Be careful of sneaky vanguardfags coming up from behind though.

    Have we met before?

    You know, now that you mention it.......
    Heart of darkness beateth, Ultima
    Iron enigma treateth, Ultima
    Shielding light retreateth, Ultima
    Hydaelyn defeated. Ah, Ultima


    The fact is that if you're running it's because you suck, and the game shouldn't pander to players who suck.

    y6qvidach2x9.png

    "I have never died to a Finn"
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