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How to Knife Like a Pro

Post by dhane on Fri Mar 05, 2010 11:30 am

WELL SHARING SOME TEKNIK^^ IN KNIFING UR OPPONENT^^


MAY KASABIHAN NGA"Knives are easy to hide. They don't jam, and they never run out of bullets. They come in handy when you want to do some close contact work." - The Butcher, Wanted

DAMAGE FOR KNIFE WHEN ATTACH TO UR OPPONENT

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As most PSF players have discovered, the M9 just doesn't cut it as a main, SP earning weapon. It is practically always useless against any automatic gun or sniper when distance from the opponent is far (and when the gunner has some skill).

Now what usually happens when you and your opponent run out of ammo at the same time and have no backup? It's that scarce, tranquil moment in PSF, in a sense, gives you another chance at killing your opponent. It's a double edged sword, so unless you are sure you can get your magazine in faster than your opponent, you will risk death or draw (either way, you're out cold).


In most cases, you are both jumping around, busting nerves to get a clip in faster than each other (even though reload times won't differentiate when you need them to the most). If you are smart, you won't waste those tranquil seconds; whip out your M9 and run at your reloading opponent -- laugh in the face of dead -- and position a few well timed and placed hits on the person. Keep in mind, he/she already has low HP if they've been hit by your bullets. After some practice and a little bit of luck and moxy, you will kill your fastest reloader opponents and leave them with the shame of a knife death.

If you run out of ammo when blasting a sniper close range, finish the kill with your M9! The knife flusters them much more than you jumping around reloading (in which case they still usually take aim, and sometimes land a lucky shot on you).


bagu tayu magsimula
, you must learn the golden rule of knifing which is this:

Timing Is Everything

Once you get a feel for the time it takes to run at your opponent, the time it takes to complete one slash after left-clicking, the time it takes to do a 180° turn to face your opponent after your first encounter, etc, you will
PRESS YOUR LEFT MOUSE BUTTON^^


Knife Vs. Knife
The best way to knife someone who is also knifing (as in knife battles) is to begin by running straight at them. Wait to click your left mouse button until you are just about to collide with the enemy. Knifing too early will result in an early and unfortunate death, as the opposing player will wait just before he/she collides with you. You will also have to try different techniques to miss your opponents' slashes if you are both using this method. You will understand more once you participate in enough knife fights. Make sure you keep your opponent in view as much as possible, otherwise you'll have a knife forcefully inserted into your vertebrae.



Knife vs. Sniper
If you are far away from the sniper and plan to kill with your M9, run in a zig-zag pattern but maintain a more or less straight run towards him/her.


Once you are up close and personal with the sniper, don't waste any time slicing and dicing. Snipers have a nasty tendency to pull a trick lag shot out of their rifles right before you're about to finish them off. Lessen the likelihood of being "one shot killed" by staying behind the sniper and aim towards the head/torso. If you do not stay on the flank, he/she may very well resort to no-scoping you. Snipers are the easiest projectile weapon opponents. Be prepared for a loss however, because lag can make your opponents shoot you even when it appears you're not in front of their rifle.


Knife vs. Auto Reloading
Run at your opponent, and aim for the chest and head. Do not allow your opponent to put distance between you and him/her. Knife without mercy. Do not panic or your reaction time will dull and your knife blows will not hit your desired target points. The more blows you get before the enemy moves away, the faster and more likely you are to committing a knife kill.

Knife vs. Pistols
The most dangerous to face are the Beretta and M945 because they have a high magazine capacity. Another pistol to be concerned about is the desert eagle because it packs a punch of about 50 HP per hit. Remember to close the distance of your opponent. Snipers and Pistol users usually count on long and medium distances, respectfully, to kill the enemy; with exception to close combat sniping. If you're facing a Glock23 or MR-73, relax and tease them a little bit like a cat about to decapitate a mouse.


Knife vs. Shotguns
Be wary of Desperados and Benellis because they have a faster rate of fire than Remingtons. With Remingtons, try to stay in sync with rearm times so you know when your opponent is about to pull the trigger and in turn jump out of the way in time. Remember, just two well placed blows to the head/torso can easily knock him/her dead.



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Re: How to Knife Like a Pro

Post by dyordzkie on Fri Mar 05, 2010 12:44 pm

nc tut and instruction ^_^
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Re: How to Knife Like a Pro

Post by toledz on Fri Mar 05, 2010 6:21 pm

wew nc nmn hahah
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Re: How to Knife Like a Pro

Post by rockerking on Fri Mar 05, 2010 6:31 pm

dhane wrote:WELL SHARING SOME TEKNIK^^ IN KNIFING UR OPPONENT^^


MAY KASABIHAN NGA"Knives are easy to hide. They don't jam, and they never run out of bullets. They come in handy when you want to do some close contact work." - The Butcher, Wanted

DAMAGE FOR KNIFE WHEN ATTACH TO UR OPPONENT

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As most PSF players have discovered, the M9 just doesn't cut it as a main, SP earning weapon. It is practically always useless against any automatic gun or sniper when distance from the opponent is far (and when the gunner has some skill).

Now what usually happens when you and your opponent run out of ammo at the same time and have no backup? It's that scarce, tranquil moment in PSF, in a sense, gives you another chance at killing your opponent. It's a double edged sword, so unless you are sure you can get your magazine in faster than your opponent, you will risk death or draw (either way, you're out cold).


In most cases, you are both jumping around, busting nerves to get a clip in faster than each other (even though reload times won't differentiate when you need them to the most). If you are smart, you won't waste those tranquil seconds; whip out your M9 and run at your reloading opponent -- laugh in the face of dead -- and position a few well timed and placed hits on the person. Keep in mind, he/she already has low HP if they've been hit by your bullets. After some practice and a little bit of luck and moxy, you will kill your fastest reloader opponents and leave them with the shame of a knife death.

If you run out of ammo when blasting a sniper close range, finish the kill with your M9! The knife flusters them much more than you jumping around reloading (in which case they still usually take aim, and sometimes land a lucky shot on you).


bagu tayu magsimula
, you must learn the golden rule of knifing which is this:

Timing Is Everything

Once you get a feel for the time it takes to run at your opponent, the time it takes to complete one slash after left-clicking, the time it takes to do a 180° turn to face your opponent after your first encounter, etc, you will
PRESS YOUR LEFT MOUSE BUTTON^^


Knife Vs. Knife
The best way to knife someone who is also knifing (as in knife battles) is to begin by running straight at them. Wait to click your left mouse button until you are just about to collide with the enemy. Knifing too early will result in an early and unfortunate death, as the opposing player will wait just before he/she collides with you. You will also have to try different techniques to miss your opponents' slashes if you are both using this method. You will understand more once you participate in enough knife fights. Make sure you keep your opponent in view as much as possible, otherwise you'll have a knife forcefully inserted into your vertebrae.



Knife vs. Sniper
If you are far away from the sniper and plan to kill with your M9, run in a zig-zag pattern but maintain a more or less straight run towards him/her.


Once you are up close and personal with the sniper, don't waste any time slicing and dicing. Snipers have a nasty tendency to pull a trick lag shot out of their rifles right before you're about to finish them off. Lessen the likelihood of being "one shot killed" by staying behind the sniper and aim towards the head/torso. If you do not stay on the flank, he/she may very well resort to no-scoping you. Snipers are the easiest projectile weapon opponents. Be prepared for a loss however, because lag can make your opponents shoot you even when it appears you're not in front of their rifle.


Knife vs. Auto Reloading
Run at your opponent, and aim for the chest and head. Do not allow your opponent to put distance between you and him/her. Knife without mercy. Do not panic or your reaction time will dull and your knife blows will not hit your desired target points. The more blows you get before the enemy moves away, the faster and more likely you are to committing a knife kill.

Knife vs. Pistols
The most dangerous to face are the Beretta and M945 because they have a high magazine capacity. Another pistol to be concerned about is the desert eagle because it packs a punch of about 50 HP per hit. Remember to close the distance of your opponent. Snipers and Pistol users usually count on long and medium distances, respectfully, to kill the enemy; with exception to close combat sniping. If you're facing a Glock23 or MR-73, relax and tease them a little bit like a cat about to decapitate a mouse.


Knife vs. Shotguns
Be wary of Desperados and Benellis because they have a faster rate of fire than Remingtons. With Remingtons, try to stay in sync with rearm times so you know when your opponent is about to pull the trigger and in turn jump out of the way in time. Remember, just two well placed blows to the head/torso can easily knock him/her dead.



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Post by dhane on Fri Mar 05, 2010 9:15 pm

post ko lng ulit...pra sa mga new members na di pa alam...

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