Who Was The Rookie Smith For Crossfit Games?

(and btw how’d you smith the snatchers to have a glimmer of hope? didn’t need water or weapons so i guess the only weapon they had was speed.)

spiro 3 years ago #7

Probably because I didn’t think through all of the options. I assumed that they would attack too quickly for me to do much damage, maybe even survive one hit even. So I decided that it wouldn’t be worth my time to deal with them.

All that out of my head, let’s count up what Assault Rifles are useful for in the game: The Snatcher – 30 HP, 3-5 points per hit (depending on difficulty), low ammo capacity 5/30 rounds per clip, good suppressive fire against agile foes – Assault Rifle – 80 HP, 9-14 points per hit (depending on difficulty), low ammo capacity 5/40 rounds per clip, excellent suppressive fire against slower foes – Battle Rifle – 100 HP, 12-16 points per hit (not sure about difficulty level), moderately good supressive fire vs all but stealthy moving foes depending on difficulty level and Concealment scope is surprisingly important vs most kinds of scope types except IR ones which aren’t as common here at least IMO. Assuming this was my main AR which fits nicely into my CQC tactics and not just a loose change catcher with high power potential and great rate of fire for an AR: Snatchers:

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