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Petch88
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PostSubject: Tips n Tricks   Mon May 09, 2011 1:13 pm

Snake Play

Thought i'd do this to help out people who haven't played snake before, tell me what you think?


Ok now for the biggest rule of snake play, THINK NINJA !
remember, your goal is to get into your opponents half in order to inflict the most damage, therefore you must not alert your enemy to your position until the last moment. The way to do this is simple, keep your head down.

If you are a good snake player you will not have to rely on sticking your head up to see where the enemy are. This can be done by using your ears and watching for certain things.


1. Memorize the positions of each bunker.
Doing this will benefit in many ways, mainly through use with number 2.

2. Listen to your team!
The second most important thing. remember, your team will be calling out the positions of the enemy players. This means when you get into the kill zone or an enemy player steps into your kill zone you know where they are so that you spend the least amount of time above the snake. Up - Shoot - Kill - Down

3. Listen for enemy markers.
This is a lot harder, it is mostly used for preventing getting bunkered. If you can hear enemy fire coming from a certain direction you will know roughly where the enemy player is (in conjunction with number 1). If you hear fire getting louder down the tape you know someone is on their way to bunker you, you must make the kill shot before they are able to acknowledge your exact position.

4. Watch for streams of paint.
This is a VERY handy thing to be able to do, because if you do it right you will know EXACTLY where your opposing player is. All you have to do is look up. If someone is shooting at you you will see a stream of paint flying over head. This will tell you the exact position of the player that is firing at you as the stream forms a line directly back to him.
Just take a couple of steps back out of the streams path, then quickly take a snap shot, guaranteed win (if you're accurate enough).

5. Listen to your back player.
This will be key to your moving up the field. You must put all of your trust in his ability to keep you alive while you are moving. If he tells you to move then you must MOVE, and move quick because he will have bought you a bit of time with the enemies heads in rendering them blind to your movement.



Hope this helps, i'll add bits if think of any more.
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PostSubject: Re: Tips n Tricks   Tue May 10, 2011 5:04 am

ace bro!!!!! very handy
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PostSubject: Re: Tips n Tricks   Tue May 10, 2011 10:35 am

more more luke we're all ears Cool
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Dan 'Gnome' Taylor
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PostSubject: Re: Tips n Tricks   Tue May 10, 2011 12:43 pm

really good advice Smile But you forgot the basics of TDAU...Tits Down Ass up.
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PostSubject: Re: Tips n Tricks   Wed May 11, 2011 6:10 am

But yeah don't be afraid to move back in the snake.. You don't have to be behind a knuckle to be protected if your tape side isn't hot. you can back pedal a few pop up then go back to the knuckle again!
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