75% of all teammates I've ever played with.
Actually, I think that's a cheat. Laidlaw, I saw him type, UNLESS that's for instakills.
I'm pretty sure that's the mod that adds melee attacks to all weapons. An early version of that mod didn't set damages properly and resulted in all melee attacks from non-melee weapons doing insane damage.
Yeah, according to the video description that's the melee mod.
What's the best way to kill patriach? Except the sandwich or pipe bomb tactic. Because me, fritzel, and fudge blood keep failing at them .
tw34k now knows how I died that round
killed the patty with a FAL today.
also killed it with a M32, hunting rifle, and M99 AMR.
is it really kill-stealing if I blow up groups of specimens on normal that are near my teammates as a level 4 demo?
Kill stealing isn't a big deal, only a minor annoyance for score.
The real problem is when you're playing Berserker and no-one ever shoots the crawlers. It's like they deliberately leave them for me, why?
Anyone else have this problem where your shots with projectile weapons sometimes fire above the crosshair? It's pretty dramatic and it caused the death of me multiple times because I missed that scrake with the crossbow.
i dont think the kill stealing is a problem, but demo is probably the most annoying class to have as a teammate
the clouds of smoke are just obnoxious
Me and 4 other friends recently started playing this together and we suck, a lot! So far we haven't completed a game on normal! Can anyone give any tips to some new players? We all use mics and are communicating constantly but whenever we set up a defensive position we just get over run all the time. Usually when a Scrake or Gorefast comes we just get screwed over cos they run straight into us and we can't seem to take it down fast enough.
Rule one of KF, do not set up a defensive position. That's the quickest way to get cornered and die.
and people were bitching about the killstealing, not the smoke.
they were pissed because I fired on groups of specimens usually at sharpshooter-ish range. depriving them of said kills.
I would recommend medic/2xsharp/commando/support.
sharps use Lever-Action against gorefasts and xbow against scrakes.
support should keep a hunting shotgun so you can kill scrakes with the alt-fire when they get close in.
use xbow for scrake/FP, go for the headshots.
On low levels medic should consider buying an xbow as well since they can stun it with headshots, then kill it with a followup shot.
I don't use the husk gun much, but the LAW's red dot is perfectly zeroed.
If you're talking about the xbow, etc, I suggest you switch to the "texture" scope rather than the model scope for gameplay reasons.
I always wondered, can you do rocket jump with law?
also you can use your grenades, properly stacked, to launch raging fleshpounds off the top of the cliff on mountainpass.
They don't take fall damage though, :(
When a Scrake comes, let the berserk kill him with their melee weapons (probably it will have yet the fire axe, or the katana), doing alt-attack to their head. Or the sharp headshoting him with a powerful weapon. But do not shoot him. If a FleshPound appears, well, shoot everything you have (grenades, bigger guns...the normal method. Use mainly explosive weapons) if you are away of him. If not, run until you keep a safe distance. Do not shoot him before time, or you will see how he slaughter your entire group quickly (especially if they doesnt have armor, that results in a one-hit kill).
And the true rule one of KF: Stick together and cooperate. You arent ready to try tactics like split the team in three groups, running clockwise and others. Most of the time, the squad dies because everyone "played alone" and no one cared about the rest. And this is a frustrating problem in Killing Floor, in any difficulty.
Start in the classic maps (West London first, left Manor for the last) and when you beat those maps, continue playing (i recommend left Icebreaker, Bedlam, Hospital Horrors and Suburbia for the last, since there are very difficult due the darkness/distance between traders/layout).
And say always thanks when you get healed/saved/got money from someone.
well, shit happened and i was the only one left on west london with, like, 7 ZEDs left.
oh and i have around 20 health left, syringe empty.
i was using the crossbow, killed a scrake from a good disance away along a few clots.
then our team-member goes: BEHIND YOU in the chat.
true enough, there was a crawler sneaking up on me.
turn around, backepedal and strafe strafe to dodge its jumping.
i go around a corner only to be scared shitless by a siren screaming right next to me.
"Stop helping me!!"
That moment when you finally kill the fleshpound that murdered the rest of your team, only to be finished off by a single crawler behind you which just so happens to be the last zed. True story.
I accidentally got some berzerker killed once because I saw some armor in one of the stables in icecave and let him know about it, but when he turned around to go back and get it it magically turned into a bullpup and he got fucked up by crawlers
TBH, if you want to level up sharpshooter faster, it's worth the time to learn the M14, rather than relying on the crossbow. Sure, it's not as reliable as the xbow when it comes to scrakes, but when you take out a scrake by landing 7 consecutive headshots on it, it sure feels good. It also is super good at cleaning up mid-tier shit like bloats, husks, and those fucking sirens.
The ability to 2 hit sirens on hard with the LAR and it's ability to drop gorefasts with 1 headshot is what makes it a god-tier weapon. That and it's ability to one-bodyshot crawlers.
IT'S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN!
Tripwire has all this dosh, so much of it it's probably pouring out from the 1.1 MILLION COPIES SOLD
and now they're asking YOU what to do with with it: