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Discussion in 'Maps' started by XANA, Apr 8, 2021.
It has terrible lights and it's a prop-kill fest to the point where most people can't play normally.
Dude, dust2 is a classic and such a great map, it has open space for snipers, small rooms, and the most important thing of all, IT HAS PROPS! It's such a fun map, if you don't like the prop killing then just don't go near that specific place or report them (I don't support this last option)
someone ban this guy from modded lmao go back to vanilla LOOOOOOSERRRRRRRRRRR
The entire map is a propkill area!
ok then don't get propkilled
Whoever this is (I think this is Coldfur) just know you've lost your opinion and suggestion privilege's after this take. Dust 2 is the sacred lands of prop kill literally the only place where everyone consents to RDM. It is.... perfect
Then why do I get !reported when I do it?
Well Firstly, you gotta keep a mental list of all the based people who don't report, second you have to get world kills on the people who do report. This won't reduce karma and you wont get kill credit. The path to figuring out world kills is a mans own journey though.
Unfortunately, because this map is so popular, its removal wont be happening. But if you are propkilled and you arent involved, please feel free to report it. I dont personally agree with prop wars. Also stop teaching people how to RDM, guys. Im deleting those posts.
Edit: Moving this to TTT map suggestions
If it says you are killed by the world, you can either use asya (in chat just do @and then whatever you wanna send to staff) to ask who killed you, or you can do !report to report whoever you think it was, and if it wasn them we will open a report on your behalf because we can look at deathscenes and find out who it was
We have other outlets for our teachings
One final post:
For those that are contributing to prop kill wars, crossfire propkills are more likely to not to get forgiveness approved. This is because propkill wars genuinely ruin the experience of those trying to play the game. Its ok to have fun, but not at the expense of others