Chutnut Posted January 17, 2017 Share Posted January 17, 2017 I have seen people slot up to slots that are not required and this can annoy a few people. I decided to make this short guide directing when people should take a slot. Team leader -: Team leader should be one of the slots that are always filled. This is to allow the team directions on what to do instead of being clueless. Squad Leader -: This slot should really only be filled as long as there are two teams, It is unnecessary for the Squad leader to fill this slot as they are only stealing the team leaders job since they will only be commanding 1 team. Medic -: This slot can be filled at most times but if vital slots are not filled it may not be necessary. Forward Air Controller -: This slot should be filled when at least two vortex call-signs are online (This does not include Co-Pilot's.) Platoon Leader -: This slot may be taken as long as their is more than one squad, As if it is taken with only one squad you are taken the slot of Squad lead and only commanding 1 squad instead of 2 or 3. Platoon UAV Operator -: This slot is generally good to be taken when at least 1 full squad is online to keep the full squad alert as the Squad lead may have the teams split up and unaware of each others position. Platoon Medic -: This is good if their is at least two Squad Medics online to Support them as an extra medic on the battlefield. Vortex -: This slot is normally open at all times but if the map is easy to get around it may not be necessary. Tank Crewmen (e.g Hammer etc) -: This slot should be taken when requested, If you join this slot then there could be a chance that you are not needed. Logi -: This slot is good to take when their is at least 1 full squad online to allow a continuous flow of ammo and weapons to the battlefield. MAT/HAT -: This slot can generally be used at any time but it is most effective if their is one team online to give them AT Support. That is most of the roles I can think of, Hopefully this has helped you a bit about when to take a role. If you have any Questions or Concerns please tell me! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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