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    Post by riafomh on Mon Nov 22, 2010 4:38 pm

    Hey look! Over there!

    ( - fooled you - .... - stole your helicopter - )

    Then I parked it in the open space between the M-Comm stations above "Hamburger Hill", where each minigun could cover the 2 valley approaches, and the Blackhawk was 'protected' by the 2 hills whose far sides are too steep for the enemy to climb (or climb effectively).

    Then on the last stand, I parked it on top of the building between the 2 gun emplacements; jumped on the minigun myself, where I could cover the entire yard below and the 2 gate approaches. Scored lots of kills...


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    Re: DFA battlefield moments

    Post by riafomh on Mon Nov 22, 2010 4:38 pm

    I threw an AT Mine in front
    Threw an AT Mine in back
    And then I did pull out
    My repair tool from my sack

    His gunner could not reach me
    And his turret was too long
    So as I loosened nuts and bolts
    I sang a happy song

    "Righty-tighty, Lefty-loosie
    When you go BOOM your guts are juicy"

    The tank began to quiver
    And the tank began to shake
    He knew he had to get out of there
    And that was his last mistake

    A few nuts and bolts would do it
    The tank's life hung by a thread
    That's when he moved in panic
    An AT Mine under his tread

    "Righty-tighty, Lefty-loosie
    When you go BOOM your guts are juicy"


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    Re: DFA battlefield moments

    Post by Moliat on Mon Nov 22, 2010 10:48 pm

    My imagination does not suffice in producing a worthy BC2 poem to match yours, but what I do have is a lot of DFA experiences that I appreciate. Examples include: watching Crush knife 6 people on top of the construction building at A on White Pass and hearing about Spartan, OhhYeah and one more placing AT mines on the ground at the US spawn on Atacama Desert conquest, driving a quad over it, blowing up the mines and sending the quad skywards, crashing into the enemy helicopter between A and B and killing both passengers.


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    Re: DFA battlefield moments

    Post by Max on Tue Nov 23, 2010 11:11 am

    Moliat wrote:and hearing about Spartan, OhhYeah and one more placing AT mines on the ground at the US spawn on Atacama Desert conquest, driving a quad over it, blowing up the mines and sending the quad skywards, crashing into the enemy helicopter between A and B and killing both passengers.

    Did that really happen?


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    Re: DFA battlefield moments

    Post by Moliat on Tue Nov 23, 2010 2:18 pm

    Max wrote:
    Moliat wrote:and hearing about Spartan, OhhYeah and one more placing AT mines on the ground at the US spawn on Atacama Desert conquest, driving a quad over it, blowing up the mines and sending the quad skywards, crashing into the enemy helicopter between A and B and killing both passengers.

    Did that really happen?

    Apparently it did. The quad driver hopped off just before it crashed into the Havoc and killed both the Russian passengers. The DFA quad-driver parachuted to the ground and survived...


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    Re: DFA battlefield moments

    Post by riafomh on Tue Nov 23, 2010 5:22 pm

    I once dropped a heli with a shot from a tank. The turret, not the machine-gun. I was brand new (Rank One I think), didn't know what I was doing (didn't even know how to use the machine gun), just drove it a little up a hill and started firing...

    Beginner's luck.

    Now that I'm 'experienced', I know how impossible it is to do that... and never have since...


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    Re: DFA battlefield moments

    Post by riafomh on Tue Nov 23, 2010 5:25 pm

    Moliat wrote:
    Max wrote:
    Moliat wrote:and hearing about Spartan, OhhYeah and one more placing AT mines on the ground at the US spawn on Atacama Desert conquest, driving a quad over it, blowing up the mines and sending the quad skywards, crashing into the enemy helicopter between A and B and killing both passengers.

    Did that really happen?

    Apparently it did. The quad driver hopped off just before it crashed into the Havoc and killed both the Russian passengers. The DFA quad-driver parachuted to the ground and survived...

    Umm... you sure he didn't jump off the Quad BEFORE it got blown skyward?... Wouldn't the Quad driver die when it went BOOM?...
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    Re: DFA battlefield moments

    Post by Kazo64 on Tue Nov 23, 2010 11:09 pm

    Dude... tripple quote?
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    Re: DFA battlefield moments

    Post by Moliat on Wed Nov 24, 2010 12:49 am

    riafomh wrote:Umm... you sure he didn't jump off the Quad BEFORE it got blown skyward?... Wouldn't the Quad driver die when it went BOOM?...

    You've got to remember there's no friendly fire on normal mode. It's just like strapping C4 on a friendly UAV, popping the charges doesn't damage the friendly vehicle at all, the blast just pushes the vehicle in a certain direction Smile


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    Re: DFA battlefield moments

    Post by riafomh on Wed Nov 24, 2010 6:08 am

    Moliat wrote:
    riafomh wrote:Umm... you sure he didn't jump off the Quad BEFORE it got blown skyward?... Wouldn't the Quad driver die when it went BOOM?...

    You've got to remember there's no friendly fire on normal mode. It's just like strapping C4 on a friendly UAV, popping the charges doesn't damage the friendly vehicle at all, the blast just pushes the vehicle in a certain direction Smile

    <AAAGGGHHHHH!!!! How do I control these quotes......>

    Oh, C4. Okay. I thought he hit an AT Mine with it...
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    Re: DFA battlefield moments

    Post by Moliat on Wed Nov 24, 2010 7:59 am

    riafomh wrote:Oh, C4. Okay. I thought he hit an AT Mine with it...

    He did, the AT mines were detonated using C4. Just like any friendly explosive, AT mines just push the vehicle in a specific direction (depending on the placement). Someone else also placed C4 which was detonated at the right time so the whole explosion from all charges combined sent the quad soaring Smile


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    Re: DFA battlefield moments

    Post by riafomh on Wed Nov 24, 2010 4:09 pm

    Moliat wrote:
    He did, the AT mines were detonated using C4. Just like any friendly explosive, AT mines just push the vehicle in a specific direction (depending on the placement). Someone else also placed C4 which was detonated at the right time so the whole explosion from all charges combined sent the quad soaring Smile

    Cool. The theme from Mission Impossible is going through my head right now...
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    Re: DFA battlefield moments

    Post by Kazo64 on Thu Nov 25, 2010 1:27 am

    Stop quoting each other! i cant take it!!!
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    Re: DFA battlefield moments

    Post by Moliat on Thu Nov 25, 2010 2:28 am

    Kazo64 wrote:Stop quoting each other! i cant take it!!!

    Come again?


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    Re: DFA battlefield moments

    Post by Kazo64 on Thu Nov 25, 2010 3:20 am

    AHHHHH!!!!!
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    Post by Moliat on Thu Nov 25, 2010 6:56 am

    Kazo64 wrote:AHHHHH!!!!!

    I feel you Smile


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    Re: DFA battlefield moments

    Post by alzatea on Thu Nov 25, 2010 10:39 am

    jajajaj kazo64 is going crazy with the quotes.
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    Re: DFA battlefield moments

    Post by riafomh on Thu Nov 25, 2010 2:36 pm

    alzatea wrote:jajajaj kazo64 is going crazy with the quotes.

    Don't you mean, Ria? (meaning me)

    Kazo64 wrote:Dude... tripple quote?

    And I think this is what he was referring to:

    riafomh wrote:
    Moliat wrote:
    Max wrote:
    Moliat wrote:and hearing about Spartan, OhhYeah and one more placing AT mines on the ground at the US spawn on Atacama Desert conquest, driving a quad over it, blowing up the mines and sending the quad skywards, crashing into the enemy helicopter between A and B and killing both passengers.

    Did that really happen?

    Apparently it did. The quad driver hopped off just before it crashed into the Havoc and killed both the Russian passengers. The DFA quad-driver parachuted to the ground and survived...

    Umm... you sure he didn't jump off the Quad BEFORE it got blown skyward?... Wouldn't the Quad driver die when it went BOOM?...
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    Re: DFA battlefield moments

    Post by riafomh on Thu Nov 25, 2010 2:37 pm

    .... here, Kazo, I'll do it for you ....

    Kazo64 wrote:AHHHHH!!!!!
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    Re: DFA battlefield moments

    Post by Kazo64 on Thu Nov 25, 2010 10:40 pm

    FINE! GOD!! You guys just keep on quoting! No one cares about what i think! (Running and screaming while slamming the door to the chopper and crash land it in the enemy base.)
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    Post by riafomh on Fri Nov 26, 2010 3:08 am

    Kazo64 wrote:FINE! GOD!! You guys just keep on quoting! No one cares about what i think! (Running and screaming while slamming the door to the chopper and crash land it in the enemy base.)

    WAIT!!! WAIT!!! Let me respawn on you first - oh, crap.... and wasted our chopper, too....
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    Re: DFA battlefield moments

    Post by Max on Sat Nov 27, 2010 9:58 pm

    Guys some idiot just stole our chopper and crashed it into the enemy base.... wait...is that...


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    Re: DFA battlefield moments

    Post by Moliat on Sun Nov 28, 2010 5:23 am

    Max wrote:Guys some idiot just stole our chopper and crashed it into the enemy base.... wait...is that...

    Ria?


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    Re: DFA battlefield moments

    Post by riafomh on Sun Nov 28, 2010 5:29 am

    Moliat wrote:
    Max wrote:Guys some idiot just stole our chopper and crashed it into the enemy base.... wait...is that...

    Ria?

    Nope, wasn't me...

    riafomh wrote:
    Kazo64 wrote:FINE! GOD!! You guys just keep on quoting! No one cares about what i think! (Running and screaming while slamming the door to the chopper and crash land it in the enemy base.)

    WAIT!!! WAIT!!! Let me respawn on you first - oh, crap.... and wasted our chopper, too....

    I was just last to respawn, is all...
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    Post by riafomh on Sun Nov 28, 2010 5:31 am

    Hey, Kazo has a point with the quotes. Can't we have them highlighted a different color or something?


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