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Call of Duty 4 Guide - Strike

David Yun (Xbox Live Gamertag - Vawce) David Yun (Xbox Live Gamertag - Vawce): (contact-deleteme[at]-deleteme-direman [dot] com) 2008-04-02 00:19:19


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The X marks the interior of the building where you can capture Charlie from.

The higher ranked team will spawn on Alpha side. Five team members should rush to capture Bravo, and secure the various points of entry to the courtyard containing it. One of those five can be a sniper in the second story building overlooking Bravo, but don't waste more than one person in this role.

The sixth should capture Alpha, and defend it. This job can be boring if the enemy doesn't oblige going down the side alley, but it's a critical position. Not only is that person defending Alpha, but also holding the eastern flank. He will need a long range weapon.

If you start at Charlie, see if a full assault can capture Bravo. In any case, allow the enemy freedom of movement on one side of the map, so you can circle in behind them to capture Alpha. Let them have Charlie to increase the chances of them spawning on that side.

Once you have Alpha and Bravo, set up the MLR as shown on the map. There are three lanes to hold: naming them left, middle, and right is convenient enough.

The person holding the right lane at Alpha can post up inside the building looking out of a small window. He will have a clear view of anyone approaching from that side alley, including enemies that took the higher balcony route. You also have a shot on would be snipers in the window of the flower shop down the way.

The middle can be held cooperatively by anyone in the second story building (who can also assist Alpha if it is being overrun) and the building on the right side of the central north/south street. He can use either the southern corner of the building, or establish himself inside it.

The left is a simple choke point to hold. Just look out for snipers that might set up on the balcony beyond that gateway.

Once again, you are guarding each others' flanks, so be communicative and rotate immediately as soon as a position falls.

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