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route99 #1 Posted Mar 19 2019 - 07:05

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Ahhh, who doesn't miss 14 blowouts in a row, after Frontline, eh.....ah the memories.

jt1alta #2 Posted Mar 19 2019 - 08:36

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I was expecting a post with a picture of entwined tanks with roses and ribbons and I slam into the hard reality of the truth.

Ratnikk #3 Posted Mar 19 2019 - 08:40

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Best part is when you rush to defend your base under enemy fire and get instantly rekt by camping enn mies all while half your team just looks around in terror waiting for a miracle to happen instead of actually helping.

GeorgePreddy #4 Posted Mar 19 2019 - 13:39

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View Postroute99, on Mar 19 2019 - 03:05, said:

Ahhh, who doesn't miss 14 blowouts in a row, after Frontline, eh.....ah the memories.

 

In more than 50k+ battles over several accounts, and even disregarding winning/losing, I have NEVER even come CLOSE to 14 blowouts in a row.

 

Blowouts in this game, historically, run at about 35% of all pub battles... which is quite normal for a non-respawn battle game. Read up on Lanchester's Square Law to see why.

 

Maybe you are doing something that helps this kind of thing happen to you ?

 

 

 

 

 

 



heavymetal1967 #5 Posted Mar 19 2019 - 14:15

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    05-30-2012

There's pretty much a consensus view on a blow out in randoms, but what is a blowout in FL?

 

To me FL is all about rank/prestige and farming it.  

 

To me a blowout in FL game is when no one on either side, winning or losing, has the chance to make decent rank because the match ends way too soon.

 

And the winners are hosed out of good rank potential same as the losers.

 






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