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Give a Tip to a New Player on CNCNet

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New thread idea:

If you were to give ONE tip to a player who just recently joined the Ra2/YR CNCNet server what would it be?

RULES: 

TRY not to double post the same tip. If you post the same tip as someone else, you are the newb :|. 

Try to keep it short.

ONLY ONE TIP PER POST! 

Mine: DO NOT join games that are hosted and say "PRO only" or "GOOD PLAYERS" or "Pro". This will result in you getting laughed at, beaten up extremely quickly, and you will ruin everyone elses game.

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if you're willing to get better, before asking anyone to play in their game, try to ask for observing games and watch videos of pro players online(recommended channels :EddB - Zain Hayder , Zhasulan)

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The only worthwhile soviet team is IRAQ. For the allies you can play as America, Korea, and Great Britan. France and Yuri are almost always OFF-Limits in games due to how they disrupt the gameplay. DO NOT play as any other soviet faction other than Iraq or as Germany. 

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When u lose ask yourself why did u lose /what went wrong to avoid the same mistake again and don't get mad that's how u improve

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Use all the hotkeys you judge helpfull. Modify the keys to suit your hands.

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Watch video's and play ranked games, DONT play mod maps and crates games.

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7 hours ago, ore_truck said:

Forget every tactic you used in campaign and skirmish.

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NEVER play at FPS 45 or lower in multiplayer. ALWAYS play at FPS 60 (aka MAX). The lower FPS almost always means the game will lag and you will be learning the game at a much slower play level than what you will need for the majority games AND you'll be pissing off whomever is playing with you. 

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3 hours ago, XXxPrePxX said:

NEVER play at FPS 45 or lower in multiplayer. ALWAYS play at FPS 60 (aka MAX). The lower FPS almost always means the game will lag and you will be learning the game at a much slower play level than what you will need for the majority games AND you'll be pissing off whomever is playing with you. 

Honestly the speed setting should be removed in general. Weird thing only in Westwood games. Imagine playing a shooter and you have a setting to play as 30 fps...
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Play on the highest resolution as you can. Its hard to get used to the 'tinier' tanks, but its totally worth it, since you will be able to see the battlefield much better. Only exception would be 4k, which is a bit of an overkill...

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use base defenses in you favor when your enemy is near your base .

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When you are building tanks and still need miners, make a refinery and immediately sell it after. You will still get miners, and make tanks at the same time. Be-careful of your economy when doing this, however.

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Have 4-6 Miners late game. Use Ctrl+F1-F3 (& then F1-F3) to save\ restore map camera positions. Have additional War Factories for faster unit production. Instead of Tank Rush, try Kirovs —Allies build Engineer IFV, Seal IFV, et. al. —also pick France, Iraq with prejudice. If you are Yuri train Virii, Brutes, 2 Yuri Primes, & Magnetrons' of course. Also beware of Rocketeer\ Mirage Tank\ IFV hoarders, they're the worst —so make enough Rhinos' & Flak Traks' to counter.

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Play quickmatch as much as you can and never check your stats it will demotivate you if you are new player, you might lose tons of games but eventually you will get better, 

also scouting the map is very important i usually lose any game if i don't have a proper scout especially in big maps.

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On 9/10/2018 at 4:47 PM, Legolas said:

if you're willing to get better, before asking anyone to play in their game, try to ask for observing games and watch videos of pro players online(recommended channels :EddB - Zain Hayder , Zhasulan)

Really? You called me there? o_O

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Gap generators are one of the highest priorities in late game as Alied. In Single Player they did absolutely nothing because the AI just look through them, but online is a much different story.

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