I have been playing beach again lately, seems nothing but n00bs on that map (although makes me look like a good player). Anyways, far too often I see the idiots give themselves 4 count them 4... 4 4 ammo packs. of course they leave nothing for the meds. Anyways, always pisses me off, to the point where I actually started shooting them in the back. Of course they seem to never learn their lesson
Hey!! Long time!
I bet that really makes you want to revive them when you are a medic huh??
The coolest thing to see as a medic is reviving a leut. and he shows some gratitute and fills you up with ammo. Playing as a TEAM sure has its advantages!! (and they tend to win more too)
also, going to a dif server with ppl that arnt n00bs might solve ur problem, just might fix the point that n00bs usually dont understand crap, mabye try a harder server :).
Like I said, I actually look like a good player around them. Kinda like playing with cheats on in single player. Don't you wish you could see who it is you are going to revive before you do it? Sure would come in handy.
Yeah noobs suck ass. Everybody has a rough time learning a game, but there are certain rules a decent player knows that will speed up the learning process. And real noobs don't know these general basic rules, so they will continue to play around like a no good noob, no matter how many times you explain (or shoot) them. They will always suck ass. The horror.
I wouldn't go as far as saying all noobs are hopeless! Definitely type a message so they know how the team-work concept works. "hey! if you are a leutenant, you will get lots of POINTS if you hand out ammo to your team mates!" (go for the greedy point-hound tactic)
or "Hey, if you give us ammo, we might stay alive long enough to come and revive you when you are killed man!"
Or "Hey, we are a TEAM man! Share that ammo with others and we can win this together"
I remember my first online RTCW experience.. it was pretty confusing and frustrating... they slaughtered me. I used to play Q3, and RTCW cured me of that. I was a NOOB once myself!