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Why are chopper pilots so entitled?

mistaviks
Enlisted: 2013-11-02
2015-10-04 09:53
These people like to fly around scoring easy kills on infantry. Yet they don't like infantry having an easy way to take them down. Cowards.
thamac15
US Enlisted: 2012-10-05
2015-10-04 12:40
I agree. However, coward isnt an appropriate title since this is a virtual world of imagination. Don't mention they should go to the deployment or a capture point to rearm their now unlimited supply of ammo or these vehicle kids will cry all day.
WHISPonPCin240P
US Enlisted: 2013-12-26
2015-10-04 12:57 , edited 2015-10-04 12:58 by WHISPonPCin240P
If it's so easy, how about you try it? Post a battle report of you flying "scoring easy kills" and then I'll be impressed. You won't though. No one I ask does.

But since you have a combined total of 9 air vehicle kills, you should be an expert on the topic right?
A_warped_mind
Enlisted: 2014-04-29
2015-10-04 12:58 , edited 2015-10-04 13:06 by A_warped_mind
Why do people who use Stingers feel so entitled when they don't even have to do much to use one (heck flying a helo in this game is alot harder than using a Stinger)

It can be said for anyone and any weapon /vehicle usage in this game.

Why assault players feel entitled with the best damage/TTK guns in the game/why do tankers feel entitled in their high yield high kill vehicles. why do Snipers feel entitled to sit back and snipe.
thamac15
US Enlisted: 2012-10-05
2015-10-04 13:09
Hahahahahahaha breath hahahahaha hahahahaha

Sorry being facetious and sarcastic again, it's my nature. In a serious note, any battlefield veteran will agree that BF2 had it right concerning vehicle ammo re-supply.
Griffin-745
PL Enlisted: 2014-04-20
2015-10-04 13:15
thamac15 said:
Hahahahahahaha breath hahahahaha hahahahaha

Sorry being facetious and sarcastic again, it's my nature. In a serious note, any battlefield veteran will agree that BF2 had it right concerning vehicle ammo re-supply.

Nope.
secrecy274
SE Enlisted: 2013-11-23
2015-10-04 13:16
What is it with people thinking their "veteran" opinion is the only right one?
Griffin-745
PL Enlisted: 2014-04-20
2015-10-04 13:17
secrecy274 said:
What is it with people thinking their "veteran" opinion is the only right one?
A_warped_mind
Enlisted: 2014-04-29
2015-10-04 13:20
secrecy274 said:
What is it with people thinking their "veteran" opinion is the only right one?

No opinion is right or wrong in this forum because they are self opinions they are only important to the person giving them.
Rotank
Enlisted: 2015-07-20
2015-10-04 13:38
thamac15 said:
Hahahahahahaha breath hahahahaha hahahahaha

Sorry being facetious and sarcastic again, it's my nature. In a serious note, any battlefield veteran will agree that BF2 had it right concerning vehicle ammo re-supply.

Maybe if vehicles were as powerful as they were in bf2, this would be viable.

Huge 1-2 hk splash radius in APCs/tanks/helis/jets vs. infantry, 1hk tvs and lgms, 2-6 bombs on jets that can wipe out a city block, no status effects (like mobility hits)... Basically, make the vehicles something fearsome enough that infantry actually runs from them, rather than flocks to for easy points.

THEN, the need to reload would be a viable balancing mechanism.
WHISPonPCin240P
US Enlisted: 2013-12-26
2015-10-04 13:44 , edited 2015-10-04 13:46 by WHISPonPCin240P
Griffin-745 said:
secrecy274 said:
What is it with people thinking their "veteran" opinion is the only right one?

EDIT: What A_warped_mind said.
BRETTNJ
US Enlisted: 2011-10-30
2015-10-04 14:22
mistaviks said:
These people like to fly around scoring easy kills on infantry. Yet they don't like infantry having an easy way to take them down. Cowards.
Because they have 4 years of college and flight school training.
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Trokey66
GB Enlisted: 2011-11-20
2015-10-04 14:39 , edited 2015-10-04 14:40 by Trokey66
BRETTNJ said:
mistaviks said:
These people like to fly around scoring easy kills on infantry. Yet they don't like infantry having an easy way to take them down. Cowards.
Because they have 4 years of college and flight school training.
You might be right about college but they don't need to go to flight school to learn how to twiddle their thumbs.....
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A_warped_mind
Enlisted: 2014-04-29
2015-10-04 14:54
Trokey66 said:
BRETTNJ said:
mistaviks said:
These people like to fly around scoring easy kills on infantry. Yet they don't like infantry having an easy way to take them down. Cowards.
Because they have 4 years of college and flight school training.
You might be right about college but they don't need to go to flight school to learn how to twiddle their thumbs.....

I might have to though
Captain_Kipling
GB Enlisted: 2012-06-05
2015-10-04 15:17 , edited 2015-10-04 15:18 by Captain_Kipling
Why does DICE always cater to the entitled infantry players?

I can't fly. Nerf air vehicles.
I can't think where I go. Nerf shotguns and motors.
I can't plan. Nerf rooftops.
I can't understand roles. Nerf Assault.
I want to be on the same level as experienced players. Thanks for the ultra-strong aim assist and suppression!
We live in an era where quality is optional.
Forgeafire
GB Enlisted: 2012-10-04
2015-10-04 15:39 , edited 2015-10-04 15:42 by Forgeafire
It takes a hell of effort to learn to fly a heli, take advice from Whisper he's got over 100,000 scout kills you can't just get in it and go 30 - 0 right off of the bat and It's quite easy to be taken down multiple times, all it takes is a skilled smaw shot, or Sraw shot.

In short, scout helicopters are extremely underpowered compared to most things.
CyberDyme
MC Enlisted: 2014-05-18
2015-10-04 15:58
Many players miss the ability to respect / admire very good skilled players.
Sometimes I have had the pleasure of being repair man / gunner in both tanks or helis piloted by truly amazing players.
Always thanking them afterwards for the game/teamplay and offering the respect they deserve. As said above, such skill typically takes both special talent and hundreds of hours of practice. Nothing compared to the ordinary level needed to point a Stinger and press a button...
Magic_Pepee228
LT Enlisted: 2013-03-25
2015-10-04 16:03
Captain_Kipling said:
Why does DICE always cater to the entitled infantry players?

I can't fly. Nerf air vehicles.
I can't think where I go. Nerf shotguns and motors.
I can't plan. Nerf rooftops.
I can't understand roles. Nerf Assault.
I want to be on the same level as experienced players. Thanks for the ultra-strong aim assist and suppression!

+1
WHISPonPCin240P
US Enlisted: 2013-12-26
2015-10-04 16:05 , edited 2015-10-04 16:05 by WHISPonPCin240P
CyberDyme said:
Many players miss the ability to respect / admire very good skilled players.
Sometimes I have had the pleasure of being repair man / gunner in both tanks or helis piloted by truly amazing players.
Always thanking them afterwards for the game/teamplay and offering the respect they deserve. As said above, such skill typically takes both special talent and hundreds of hours of practice. Nothing compared to the ordinary level needed to point a Stinger and press a button...

+100

Battlefield needs more people like this ^
A_warped_mind
Enlisted: 2014-04-29
2015-10-04 16:14 , edited 2015-10-04 16:16 by A_warped_mind
People are good at things in this game people are not thats a fact of life.

Not sure why the not so good players should have to respect admire or even hero worship other players. it is a video game nothing else.
 
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