where in real life wars, do people magically appear in a spot you can camp and wait to kill them?
In real life wars, you know there are people in a spot you can camp and wait to kill them. For example, insurgent mortar attacks on US bases. Is that "camping"?
In addition, if someone is basecamping, why not destroy them? Use teamwork and successfuly 'zook/satchel the enemy tank.
Amen. Real soldiers don't have time to whine about the situation; they go about solving it.
i want to meet the enemy ,honorably on the field of battle! and duel!
I'm sorry, this isn't the 1800s.
Camping an uncappable flag with other flags open is lame.
It is annoying, to say the least, to be on the receiving side.
A matter of point of view. I find getting spawn camped rather exciting; most campers are idiots, and are very easy to take out.
I think the spawn area's should all be moved indoors, or behind some sort of cover, on second floor of houses and barns, nicely spread out ALL over the base, this would make it easier to flank campers. Some bases just have 1 or 2 spawn locations, its kinda rediculous.
Agreed. Give us campers a challenge; all but the most skilled campers (I know you're crying "oxymoron") will be forced to quit.
One lame camping tactic I've seen just recently (although it may not be new) is the landing of the Betty on certain maps. On Wake, it's pretty much indestructible (you would think that a satchel capable of destroying a tank when placed on the ground next to it would wreck a plane too, but no....) It's just ridiculous when it happens to the US CV on Midway, (how does a Betty land on a CV in the first place?) The two times I saw it on one map are the only times I have purposely kami'd with a Wildcat. The response was very gratifying: WTF killed me?!?! :D
See, that kind of camping sounds completely unrealistic, and so would justify fixing.
Real life camping.