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cptblobs

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About cptblobs

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    Squad Leader

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    http://team-aftershocks.com/

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  1. [BVAR] British Veterans Arma Regiment

    If your up for some good squad work and fun mixed in then check BVAR out.
  2. Fokke's Battlepics - Highres

    Really nice pics mate,keep up the good work.
  3. BVAR welcomes Squad

    Cheers lads + again another top night sunday CCFN was .
  4. BVAR welcomes Squad

    We are still recruiting.
  5. February 2016 Recap

    Love the foliage, love the maps, love the game. :D
  6. BVAR welcomes Squad

    Looking forward to it :D
  7. Squad is about teamwork, not K/D

    The only thing i hear from my squad at the end of the round is how many times they died more than how many kills they did most of the time,meaning it can be used to show how efficient you and your squad are on reviving and covering the medics and so on.Depends because people will have there own perspective on things at the end of the round about K/D ,so i would not be bothered either way.
  8. Been shouted at is never going to get the best out of people in the game and especially with new players all walking on egg shells not just because of the enemy but from your SL but,that's not saying spacing between your squad members is not important either because it is and the more people play squad the more people come to understand this.I have notice more and more people are starting to do this by there self's to which when i SL i just tell them the basics on where we are going and in which direction, also keep medic's at the back and keep them informed on what other friendly squads are doing what on the map. Telling new people the basics is good but shouting is just going to get you nowhere.
  9. BVAR welcomes Squad

    Loved the community fight night last night gent's really was alot of fun.
  10. BVAR welcomes Squad

    There door is always open mate,i mean they even let me in :D
  11. For me its a no ,one of the skills of been a good medic is concentrating and having good communication with the rest of your squad and having a HUD will kill that in my opinion. For me i just:: - Tell my squad im there medic for the round so they know who to call and not just medic medic medic,which can get frustrating. - Recognize your team mates voices with there names - Check out your team mates classes, this will give you a better understand on where they could be on the map when been injured or killed - Stay at the back so you can see who is where and doing what - Tell your injured party to use local coms to try and get a better idea on there position on where they could be. And i am sure there are plenty of more great tips from other medics here,but remember practise makes perfect and there will still be times when your pulling hair out but just take deep breaths :D
  12. Request a hard copy of game on disc?

    You have to love the steam though bro. :)
  13. BVAR welcomes Squad

    Patience is the key mell with all these new guy's me thinks ,but the opening of squad has really taken ;)
  14. BVAR welcomes Squad

    It was good playing with you guy's last night on your virgin server ,we totally broke it in last night ;)
  15. BE A TEACHER

    Let the fun begin :lol:
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