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If i'm asked in a custom game not to use it i won't but i don't understand how you can say it isn't fun. It's just two weapons in halo. I'll never understand how something is considerd 'noobish' if it gets kills. Surely it should be the opposite, it'd be 'noobish' to run around with a single needler and kill no one? Correct?
Meh i don't mind, i'll kill you with stickies
(Please note i've had a huge gap and lost a lot of playing skill- Just as ES)
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zorrodude posted on Jan 13, 2007 5:14:09 PM - Report post
geez all these terms I have never heard. Oh well right now i'm busy with need for speed carbon, my friend is barrowing halo 2
Darkish posted on Jan 13, 2007 5:44:40 PM - Report post
It's called the noob combo because it is so easy to kill someone with it. Especially if you have a BR for the other weapon.
And if you use the noob combo and you've been playing for a long time...that's just pahetic in my view...
And of course with the needler thing...that would be noobish because the noob doesn't know what he is doing, but that would be a newbie, not a noob. But because it is so easy to kill someone with noob combo, noobs rely on it instead of skill.
Even when I first started XBL, I never used noob combo. I don't think I've ever used it as a matter of fact.
Anyway, for Zorro-
Noob combo is charging up a plasma pistol to full charge. Once released and contact is made with the enemy, it will drain their shields to nothing.
Add a Battle Rifle (BR) shot to the head and you have a two shot kill.
Again, no skill...no challenge...no fun and I respect no one who uses noob combo.
Ok, stickies are plasma grenades and if stuck, you get an instint kill.
Of course that is not noobish, because it takes some amount of skill to stick someone.
I'm actually finding it easier to do such a thing myself.