I was thinking of this today, and thought that it may be possible to compile one with the cross expertize of the people at LXA. So to help me make this guide I need your help. Whatever kind of tip you have for doing whatever I would appreciate it much to help me make this guide as I myself haven't got anywhere near the required expertize to help both new and old with how they should play lx. A great example of what I am looking for is Z01's thread here
that gives great strategy advise for both Liero 1.0 and Zelda. if you want to contribute you can either reply to this thread or you could pm me with what you got for the game. I hope everyone who can, helps out here so we can actually make an extensive guide here.
OK, on to the sections, there are three sections here. Strategy, Tactic and Action.Strategy:
general advise on any mod and level, like "try to stay above your enemy", "dont waste ammunition", "if you move faster, the enemy has less chance of hitting you, but don't expose yourself to him though"Tactic:
More specific advise that can concern mods and levels. e.g. "In Lambdabunker with rifles 20lt, try to wait with using your combo until you got a clear shot on the enemy and he has no chance to jump or dodge the shots", "when you are out of ammo in 100lt, and need a quick reload to keep your enemy away, napalm reloads quickly and can do much damage if hit correctly on the enemy, and will keep him somewhat away"Action:
This is very mod and level specific, for example: "when you are playing rifles only, a way to jump higher than usual is to aim the rifle as downwards as you can, jump and right after you pressed the jump button fire your rifle", "To surprise attack an enemy which is pretty close and standing on the ground, you can shoot the supershotgun the opposite way than where the enemy is, and a bit downwards, then the recoil will push you over the enemy and if you are quick enough and shift to napalm and shoot before you pass over your enemy you are able to hit him with the napalm. This takes some training to master though"
when you contribute your tips it would be incredibly handy if you specified what section your tip is for. If you have any doubt of what it is a good way to find out is: does it depend on a mod or/and a level? if no it is a strategic advise. If you are in doubt wether it is a tactical or a action guidline, answer this question for yourself: Does it's exsecution depend on a player doing a specific move/shot? If yes it is an action tip.
Everyone who contributes towards this guide will of course get their names mentioned when/if it gets done.