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  1. It takes a while to remove it both friendly and enemy. You can see the health of the friendly FOB on the top left corner bar and once it reaches 0% the FOB will be removed. Usually you need a SL to hold F on it for it to start going down but you can "force" it down with 2 guys shoveling extremely slowly and with 3 guys at a reasonable pace. The FOB health slowly regenerates over time at a pace faster than a single man shoveling a friendly one. I believe the SL F button cancels this regen and puts it down at a slow pace too, which can be hurried up by other players helping with the RIGHT CLICK shovel.
  2. Could it not show on the side with member, post count and location? If I recall right it only shows it to yourself too, just hurts my soul every time I post something and it's there. Thanks, Herhi's soul
  3. Hey, this concern comes up quite often from the younger folk and to give you the short answer... If the game itself is something you think you'd enjoy, the little slower pace than traditional FPS', the communication, teamwork, getting actually told what to do by other players (Squad Leaders, part of the game) and all the other good stuff then I don't think there are many who oppose the idea of a younger guy playing with them. The community is generally very helpful and friendly as long as you come in with the attitude that you're willing to learn doing things "the right way". But. I can almost guarantee to you that you may/will be called out as a 'squeeker' occasionally by some douche. There's no going around that, it's the internet, there's dickweeds everywhere. But, in Squad's case I've found that for every douche there usually is a good guy around as well that will probably have a go at the guy calling out a squeeker instead of playing the game. 95% of the time you don't have to worry about it at all and the general feel of the community is very non-toxic. Any harassment, be it due to age, race or something of the sort is heavily frowned upon by well established communities (=almost all Squad server owners). Another thread here of someone with the similiar concerns and some discussion on the situation you're in from the community members and devs alike: A good quote from that thread from Thr34t "Pretty much it comes down to your maturity level. If you are mature and just play the game then people will accept you, if you engage in attention-seeking behaviors then people will avoid you."
  4. 10 man queue is anywhere between 5-20 minutes depending on what the state of the round is. The closer to the end it is the more single players drop out and at round end / map switch about 15-20 people drop every time. But if you're unlucky it could be at the start of a round at prime time gaming and 10 guys could take a while. I wouldnt bother with double digit queues unless I had half an hour to kill before a match. Plenty of servers with 40-60 guys if you just scroll down a little.
  5. No. Sorry for my bad english.
  6. How's that VAC treating you?
  7. If one would assume there's a summer sale and think about updating this in the coming weeks, what to add / take away? More in depth game mechanics? More troubleshooting tips like all resolution stuff is solved with windows scaling to 100% and taskbar at bottom? Less swearing? Lolnope
  8. Remember lads, every sale & free weekend brings a momentary pain of trolls and people that have no interest in the game but get it because it's free/cheap. But along them come the people that really enjoy the game and actually stick around. And it's worth doing it for those people. I know for sure I don't want to play the next 5 years with the same 1000 people if I can do it with 5000 people and suffer a free weekend every 6 months
  9. Hey, welcome to the meatgrinder! Great that you've enjoyed the first 20, there's still a lot to learn in the next 200 Take your time with the clan choice, there's a lot of good ones around with good people in them, just got to find the one that suits your level of insanity and sense of humor
  10. Both rounds of our last clan match are uploaded! We teamed up with Mumblerines to form the MumCoats and took up a challenge thrown by FSQ to invade Al Basrah for 2 round straight as the US... Incredible fight from both sides and Squad at it's highest level Casted by OMBDs Gec for his and her (viewing) pleasure
  11. You can't, it's pretty much what it does to clear up all your personal settings and puts it into factory standard. Take a screenshot or couple if you feel you've hit a sweet spot and won't remember it after a reset. Doing it after each patch imo is just precautionary as it does solve a lot of issues for a lot of people, saves the support people 600 cases of problems that are solved by pressing that one button I'm sure. I only do it if I have issues, I'd recommend it if you've had Squad installed for several months and haven't cleared it once
  12. Excited to have our old friends finally with the Coat and welcome them warmly into our family!
  13. @Major Trouble Well as subtle of a hint this is, I think we're safe to say they are on the way But yeah, what Dubs said is what we know. Big system overhauls those 2 and then some added smaller goodies I'm sure. All we know is that the devs are excited for it, which means we should be too. We'll get changelogs the day it drops, which is also unknown but educated guesses set it in the June-July area Edit: Now that I thought about it, weapon resting is probably going to make it? Proper bipods should definitely be in it as well. There's the looming possibility (at least a hint of hope) for the British faction to make it into this one as well. Which will naturally come with their own weapons and vehicles etc. All new player models for Insurgent faction might make it in too.
  14. Wave of new players from, November free weekend, Christmas sales, recent free weekend + major updates in between. Simple as, just give them time. End of the day it's 4-5 guys taking a lot more responsibility and tasks than your normal player, it can be overwhelming for even experienced players. Everyone starts out bad. Only way you get better is playing. I'm all for some sort of limitation system to keep out brand new players out of the SL seat just because it's way too challenging and a waste of time for everyone involved having them bumble around without knowing any of the basic mechanics. But once you're past those first few games and have a little bit of a grasp of whats going on, I welcome all new guys to try it out because you never have too many good SLs. And you get good SLs from bad SLs. Yay bad SLs! P.S. 100/100 I will rather take a friendly SL who has 20 hours in the game and goes "hey I'm new at this what should I do" than a knowitall dickhead with 1000 hours whose convinced he's the top dog in every aspects of life.
  15. RedCoats in - Kohat Insurgency