Hi, this is Robert Stewart, with hill13.com.
One final note on defense, and a way to combine defensive, defensive tactics into an overall,
and hopefully winning strategy. The way this would work is you want to leave your de defensive
positions in such a way as to hopefully draw the opposing team in, and thus, increase the
number of eliminations you count against their team. An example of that would be to install
a positional defense, say on a flag station, but put that person down in the cover so deep
that that the opposing team walks in, and can’t even see them. They’re not actively
in play at this point, because right outside of that position, you have a prevent defense
installed with another player. This player will be the first player to engage the opposing
team, so when the players begin to move on your flag station, they see no one there.
They think they’re going to make an easy run for that flag. The player that is actually
installed in the flag station will wait until the person who’s on prevent defense begins
to open fire. As the opposing team moves in and begins to take fire from your prevent,
and directs their fire toward him, the main inside the flag station can then turn his
fire on, on them as well, and by concentrating the defensive fields of fire, you can nullify
a push toward your flag station.