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There are two types of attitudes with which rookies normally view their first paintball game safe and slow or loose and fast I have seen very few with the latter Is that bad Yes but no First everyone must understand that for the most part that each players style is an extension of their personality and instinct That said Ive never witnessed anyone jumping into a pool not knowing whether or not they can swim What this means is that although a person does not know how to swim it doesnt mean they cant become a great swimmer The advantages of playing aggressive are that your learning curve is steep you are actually playing and you may shoot someone This seems to be good until you look at a glaring disadvantage getting shot early in a game Why is this such a bad thing mainly because you dont learn anything on the sidelines time spent in the bus is time lost Looking at the flipside it would seem that conservative play would be the way to go not neccassecerally First of all do not confuse conservative play with snipering being a sniper is a skill Conservative play has the advantage of allowing a player to stay in a game for long periods of time but whats the point if you dont move or shoot My personal feeling is that the best way for a player to learn is to follow better players thats how I learned These attitudes do manifest themselves into styles as a players skill develops Sniperism Kamikaze Floating Run n Gun Ambush General Lee Treetop Lastman Dynamic Duo Lone Wolf and Terminator these are all distinct styles which people grow into although most do not prescribe strictly to one Whatever the style of play is it is easier to learn from a veteran than learning on your own Sniperism The player who prefers slow stealth to
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