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Kamuscha wrote:As a hard Grit player like yourself, what are your reasons for discrediting him so much to the point of touting him as the worst CO?
Kamuscha wrote:Unless I am wrong, I don't understand why you have taken the stance at trying to end the discussion when it could be a bridge for sharing perspectives and information regarding the differences between AWBW and AWDS as per the thread title. True, I am being very aggressive at supporting Grit and will always be no matter what. He remains my top 5 favorite CO's and won't shy away from it anytime soon. Even at times when I get backlogged with crumbling artilleries, I will always think of Grit as an awesome CO.
Kamuscha wrote:It's nice that you have written a book in AWDS. I'd like to read it if you don't mind.
Kamuscha wrote:In regards to playtesting, not one person has come through in terms of meeting my challenges with Grit, even when I offered to play the AWDS version online. How am I theorytarding when nobody's willing to face a Grit master like me? Not to mention the fact that I still play AWDS. I will take your word about Gipface being the best AW player although I have my doubts. But since he is the best AW player, there is no reason to doubt his ability to defeat me whenever I play as Grit be it on AWDS or AWBW, right? And since I am stumbling upon scrub territory with several artilleries, I guess there is some reason to fear Grit's indirects.
Kamuscha wrote:And how would you define the typical AWBW tactics that you see these days? Not everyone who plays on AWBW has the same playstyle, so using that stereotype sounds like a blanket statement unless you specify what kind of tactics you are referring to.
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I'd really like to get a glimpse on that but you may understand that I won't register for just gaining access to the pdf data. Would you mind linking it directly?
Hellraider wrote:I don't actually know anything about how many people play AWDS how regularily, but I can only imagine that the average AWDS map size is also far smaller than an AWBW map due to the nature of how playing against each other works. Day 8 or Day 9 SCOP is a handful infantry being killed and tanks clashing into each other already, while it is far from unusual that there hasn't been any battle yet on day 8/9 on slightly bigger sized AWBW maps.
DarthAttix wrote:I've already written the book on AWDS, literally, and there's nothing left to discuss.
walkerboh01 wrote:Gip, you have earned my respect with that single post. Well-played.
GipFace wrote:FHQ, you mean well, but nobody over at WWN is going to back you up if you try to explain the WWN AW3 tier list with sh!tty replays and inaccurate explanations. It also doesn't help if you insult everyone who disagrees with you. Good day.
Kamuscha wrote:In regards to playtesting, not one person has come through in terms of meeting my challenges with Grit, even when I offered to play the AWDS version online.
DarthAttix wrote:Wait, when did I talk about rockets as a serious unit?
I'll take this as "yes I'll play you." Name the time and I'll meet you on the #awbw IRC channel? As for maps, pick whatever you like but it needs an airport, it must be 30x20 or less (AW3 size restriction), and it must not be a sea map where you need a bunch of landers to launch an offensive.
Anyway, the problem is that this PDF is mostly a CO overview and actually doesn't cover much strategy at all. I don't know why you even bothered writing it in the first place. (And yes my AW4 guide is incomplete, but I'll probably never finish the strategy section because no one plays it anymore. You'd have to pay me to finish it now.)
Grit wrote:"oh, im weak cO i haev rokets blew up ur landr lololol +1 range lololo"
Cereal Killer wrote:I want a link to the game where Kam "playtests" Grit if it happens.
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FormicHiveQueen wrote:These COs are also an incredibly cruel joke to pull on friends who are less
knowledgeable at the game than you are. If you ever run across a cocky player who
thinks he's hot stuff, pull one of these guys on him. It's hilarious.
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