• EvilAnnihilator

    Numerous players who begin playing Phantom Forces may often feel lost or troubled regarding choosing a "good" loadout, or understanding what right combination of attachments and what guns to use. Not to mention, most players seem to lack the knowledge on what to do and not to do when faced with a certain circumstance. In the next few sections, we will cover each type of circumstance and what to do when faced with any situation. But first, we will go over on how to choose a weapon and how to utilize attachments to potentially reduce its' negative aspects.

    Choosing a "good" weapon may be the hardest choice to make. There are many different weapons that come with a variety of pros and cons. To make this choice, it is suggested that you look in…

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  • Venturiantale24

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  • KingVenomRBLX

    KingVemonRS's Guide

    February 6, 2017 by KingVenomRBLX

    Hi , I’m KingVemonRS aka (Former R2D veteran) . I’m teaching you a essential knowledge of CQC . Contact me on twitter (@Real_KingVenom).

    The biggest flaw for most people is countering enemies with Diving attack and having difficult times checking the radar and the surrounding.

    Here is the list of thing you should stop doing.

    • Bad routes

    You will more likely to get killing at a major route people commonly travels through . I reccomend to discover your map for alternative routes and shortcut can save your KDR.

    • Improperly using diving attack

    Diving attack in helpful at 20-30 studs , countering shotgun users and snipers  . Diving attack makes you a vulnerable at wide open space because it decrease your maneuverability . You will be a easy target for …

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  • Twkptps

    Good day soldiers! Twkptps here. You know the extremely annoying feeling when you're a noob, knowing nothing about the game and having zero experience, but not being pitied by the other players and instead being victim to a barrage of shots from overpowered assault rifles? Well, I am here to help. Hope you like what I've written.

    Let's assume that the average player reading this guide is Rank 1. That means you've already ranked up from 0 to 1. Well, good job! However, you'll need 2000 experience points to reach Rank 2, instead of 1000 from 0 to 1. Therefore, you will have to work harder and harder to rank up, but it also could be easier, because you will be more experienced and have better guns.

    Listen up noob Ghosts; I bet before you had th…

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