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So I just saw this video of Lemmingrush, who I thank for his work if he ever sees this post, and I was wondering if this is how you guys play Pilsen in your mediums. I personally have some problems playing this map because my teams often die very early on the heavy flank. So even with mediums i tend to go there to avoid getting flanked early on. Another reason is that winning the 9-0 line is hard, because you will have to push into tds camping at the end of the map. But Lemming brings a new point to the table: win up to the mid of the 9-0 line, then if there are tds leave to flex
As the title suggests, how do you play them? They are small maps, especially Mines, with very limited flanking/sniping options. Also one of the problems I have with AMX heavies on Mines, is that you will never, ever reload on time to shoot mediums going to hill.
After a long hard day of being awful at tanks I looked through my per-map statistics, curious to see if Ruinberg is truly as imbalanced towards the North side as I seem to believe. http://www.vbaddict.net/maps/bigcheese256-na-0f8982ec51da618674f35bf374c11b56/details-grid/public-ctf After looking it up (sort by winrate) I found that just as I expected Ruinberg's South side has my lowest winrate at 45.9% even though my personal performance there is still pretty good. To the topic at hand though: According to this chart my overall weakest map across all statistics is the Sou