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  Reply # 471537 20-May-2011 12:49
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Ragnor: GP Forums definitely has more posters that will troll people for shortcomings.


Sounds a lot like some Trademe auctions...

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  Reply # 471539 20-May-2011 12:53
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I play Bad Company 2 every now and again. Tag is EvilHaxor :-)  Usually on ON3 or 1 of the Aussie servers, Sydney 24/7 or Fantasy Island.




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  Reply # 471540 20-May-2011 12:55
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cheers im DeapthCharge-NZ

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  Reply # 471542 20-May-2011 12:57
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cool mate. Will say hi if I see you around.




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  Reply # 471544 20-May-2011 12:58
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sweet as im only rank specialist 2

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  Reply # 471547 20-May-2011 13:02
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lol. You should probably be aware then that you will most likely get ownd hard while you are learning as most people have been playing this game for quite a while now (Ive got a rank 50 and current handle is rank 42). Stick with it though, it becomes a lot more fun once you can own them back. Best way to learn is not to be a sniper, rather go medic and squad up and then follow people round to learn the maps. Once youve got your medkits and paddles to revive people you will level up pretty quick. PKM with reddot and magnum ammo is your friend.




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  Reply # 471583 20-May-2011 14:08
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sweet as cheers

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