Flag Tactics

  1. 8 months ago


    13 Apr 2017 Moderator
    Edited 8 months ago by holye

    Hello all,

    I'd like to share my research on flag tactics.

    The link can be found here .

    Here are the basics:

    1. Always assume each team has a flag at stand. Don't ever lose your flag. It's not good.

    2. There are 12 possible flag positions. This is based on a combination of 3 possible flag timers (neutral, ally, enemy) and 4 possible flagging positions (neither team has someone back, only ally has someone back, only enemy has someone back, both teams have someone back). 3 * 4 = 12. There is a best way to play each scenario, which is basically flag tactics. Learn and love it.

    3. Flag advantage = team has extra person to do something. Very important.

    4. Backup flag = you have control of flag stand and have another flag.

    5. Overcap = enemy has control of flag and you have flag (the overcap)

    6. The amount of snares in your build depends whether you need a backup flag or just an overcap to use your flag advantage. Lots of snares = generally just need overcap (e.g. RNME), minimal snares = generally need a backup flag (e.g. dual ele spike)

  2. 7 months ago


    13 Apr 2017 Administrator

    Thanks Rennie, you're the best.

  3. Wow, that is some real nerd shit.


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