Post by Andeth The Wise on Sept 24, 2014 21:58:50 GMT -5
I didn't read every post on here just kind of scrolled through but if your not very good at walking fast. My opinion but you could try to be a sniper. Get yourself some good camos and a good gun and you'll probably be the best sniper out there on the field. As long as you take the time and practice with your shots. But the best of luck to you. Disability or no disability your always welcome on the field my friend.
Being a sniper I'd argue requires you to be one of the fastest players on field.
The biggest advantage with being a sniper is being the first one to the proverbial "50 yard line" between you and the enemy, so by the time they reach where they believe contact is going to take place, you're 10-15 meters behind them and already inside that safety bubble that is perceived "clear".
Factor in that once you're compromised the easiest way to defeat a bolt action is to charge, that pretty much sets you up for suicide after your first few shots every time.
Personally, I'd recommend that OP goes support role, since they're mainly placed in likely avenues of approach, and are usually covered by guys that can watch flanks and run around. He doesn't have to be the first gun on line, but he can hold down an alleyway or trail all day long if employed correctly.
I am going with the WWII loadout. I have a M1 Garand with a scope that is accurate as heck. I also have a Thompson which is both accurate and has a great ROF. My side arm is an Elite Force 1911 GBB. All of my loadout, other than my face protection, is authentic WWII replicas. I think I'll put a bandage of some sort around my bad leg with some fake blood on it so I'll have that "wounded look". Thanks to all for all of the great comments. I feel as if you are all friends I simply have to meet!