Finding cooperative tankers more easily ingame

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shotgunderek

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Aug 29, 2008
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TT is good. TT.c or TT.d makes sense.

All in all, a good idea. Once upon a time in DoD 2.0 there was a similar "group" created where people would sign up and then use a tag to show that they were team-players, but damned if I remember what they used.

You're talking about OwL (I think?) and I'm really surprised this sort of thing hasn't started in RO.

PS: If you want to team tank you'd better have a microphone. It boggles my mind that anybody would play a multiplayer shooter without one.
 
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jones0430

FNG / Fresh Meat
Dec 27, 2005
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You could, with a microphone, broadcast your willingness to team tank. I've done so on some servers, and with mixed results of course. If you get a driver who is not sure of what they are supposed to do, and won't listen to the gunners, you die more often than not. That's life.
 

Divinehammer

FNG / Fresh Meat
Mar 9, 2006
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Sunny, Obamalot
I think that this tag really is just to show that you are willing to work with whoever and not drive you off into a minefield on purpose or yell at you to get out which is about the most childish thing I have seen. having a microphone helps but not everyone speaks english. Having TT tags just means you are willing to work with the commander however commands are given, hotkey or voice.