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Hello all, i have a question on a potential tactical protocol.
I am not even sure this is the right section to post it, so if i did something wrong please feel free to correct me.
Now i have done a few sessions with you guys, and i noticed something i would like to share, just to know if it is just a random thing that has (not) happeend, or if there's a reason for that.
The thing is, i noticed that there is no such a thing as a smoke screen usage as a team/squad tactic, only as a individual spot decision as in "i'm in a pinch / i'm wounded / i'm here" and/or to mark specific places.
I guess that if a group of soldiers (team/squad/platoon) need to cross a no man's land it would make sense having 4+ soldiers creating a smoke screen to allow safer movement for everybody, expecially grenadiers/TL with their 203 underbarrel that can cover holes in those screens. There have been several cases where this solution could have made sense (i think of the King last weekend, or Goram a few weeks ago), screening inserting/assaulting troops, expecially when we had fire and superiority of numbers and closing in, would have negated the effect of concentrating the enemy fire in a small kill area.
Did it just (not) happen (yet)? Or is there a reason for that (like strategic considerations, or excessive framerate dropping)? or could it be something worth remembering/trainig for as a team/squad and leadership?
Edited by kalohepirate, 2016-03-02 @ 00:22.
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