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a quick question about speeder 3v1s.

Discussion in 'Game Discussion' started by Alpakaa, 10 Mar 2019.

  1. Alpakaa

    Alpakaa Member

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    So can anybody tell me why yorkeN at the end of the first match chose to not focus fire on one of the shooters and instead deal damage to them back and forth? Wouldn't it be way more efficient to take one of them out so he only has damage incoming from one person? Is there some reason he dealt damage evenly to each shooter?

    in this video. The 3v1 starts at 2:20.


    Also can we appreciate that tesla shield is able to hold up against two explo shots in total and not break?
     
  2. JoshW

    JoshW Well-Known Member

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    Omw to work so didn't watch the video yet but my guess would be to try and keep them on the defensive.
    Focusing on only 1 target will allow the other 2 to get cocky and push the offensive.
    Forcing shooters to stay in cover allows a speeder more breathing room to stage their attacks.
    Another aspect to think about is that speeders live for golden opportunities and they have to take advantage of those when they come regardless if it's their primary target or not
     
  3. Leuco

    Leuco Member

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    A lot of the time it's more worth it to fire a weapon just to get some damage out, even if it means spreading damage between two targets. Choosing to go after the original target can also expose you to the other two enemies, which you especially don't want in a 1v3
     
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