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  • Coop Seagull Etiquette

    I know this is a subjective query, but here goes!

    When in coop and happily flying around as a Gull, is it seen as interference or help to spot for enemies when a gull?

    If asked I will gladly "bounce" above the location of troops.

    This usually happens at near the end of a session once most players are dead.

    I rarely play CTF or the other modes (as I only have demo, till i recieve me cd key) and I assume Gulls arent available in those modes due to cheating posibilities.

    So Is this good manners, in your humble opinion, or am I being an interfering old biddy?

    Also, when in chat as a Gull, do players mind the gulls squaking to each other while we wait for the session to end? Or should a Gull only Channel be defaulted.

    Yours questioningly

    LoK
    Arrakis - Dune - A Filmbook

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    Re: Coop Seagull Etiquette

    We have a SOP posted here that addresses the concept of dead-men-talking. The gulls should respect the remaining players by avoiding using any communication channels that would distract the in-game players.

    The seagull spotting itself is a slightly different situation. I personally don't want seagull's spotting for me (where is the fun in that), but if ALL of those left alive wanted a little assist and asked for it then I don't see a problem in that. I hate those missions when you have killed 30 enemies and the mission won't end until the last 1 or 2 enemies are found. In those cases, a gull spotting and hovering isn't such a bad thing to me.


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      Re: Coop Seagull Etiquette

      Yup I agree, also just spotted the SOP section about 10 seconds after posting thyis, so if any admin wants to delete this post.... be my Guest :)

      Rgds

      LoK
      Arrakis - Dune - A Filmbook

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        Re: Coop Seagull Etiquette

        I know people just want to be helpful to their fellow gamers but I've never understood why you'd want to know where the enemy is - surely that's the fun isn't it - hunting them down and taking them out, never quite sure of where they are...;)

        But as stated - when there's one bad guy left, let the seagull pooping begin! :)
        Jex.

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