Unwritten Rules to daily op
By - sky-full-of-ice
Wait for everyone to thumbs up at the beginning. This shows that everyone is done opening lunch boxes.
Its a good idea. Many times I've rushed to get onto the Daily OPs team and need a few seconds to change a perk and pop a buff or two. If I'm not the team leader I'll wait for that guy to kick it off.
Very much this. I always get a kick out of the fourth who shows up late just running at top speed because they think we already started. If your getting the "Come hither" emote, odds are we waiting for you.
It also gives people a moment to get into their power armor if they need to.
Make sure to emote Thumbs Up at the end or this one guy will get super upset.
If it's under 8 min is a heart ok?
I heart at the end of every event. Feels nicer than a thumbs up!
I use a salute, usually the BoS one. I think just any acknowledgement of a job well done is enough. The heart is nice to see, though :)
I always give a raider salute
I also try to pregame with at least one round of Mothman dance.
I will ❤️ if the team was extra good, or if I got there late or messed up and I feel like the rest of the team carried more than I did, or if someone popped a bunch of lunchboxes—anything above and beyond. Otherwise, 👍 is my regular response for a normal op with nothing remarkable.
I always heart unless someone is being a jerk. then I thumbs up. thumbs down and angry face are never something I use. they seem immature to me. lol ohh unless they're using mininukes. i'll thumbs down a mini nuke barrage
I loaded into a daily op one time and popped a lunch box and got a thumbs down.. I was baffled. Even if the guy had 4x well rested already, why thumbs down me for boosting my own exp? Lol
lol have you ever seen the meme, why the baby is crying? because I wouldn't let him eat toilet cleaner, etc. it's like that. lmao
Baby: WAAAH WAAAAH WA WAAA WAGHG!*
*Eating that tidepod was gonna get me thousands of Reddit karma and tens of thousands of YouTube likes you dick!
On a controller I have accidently used the wrong emote sometimes the controllers get finicky.
imo f76 is way more finicky on Kb+m. I play all fps games Kb+m but f76 is just way easier with a pad.
It's fine. I like sword-waving if I'm feeling especially hyped.
Heart is for when I join a Daily Ops group when they are almost done. I use it to say thanks for the freebie.
Heart if it’s under 8 minutes, thumbs up for anything else
Hearts are for Lunchboxes.
I don't get upset if you don't thumbs up, but I get happy if you do. For me its important to show the other team members that I appreciate their effort even if I carried them through the OP. Low levels especially that struggle without the right gear but still give it their best.
Also give an emote at the end, even if it took 15 damn minutes to do the thing. So you didn't get your epic reward oh boo hoo, you'll probably have 4 by the end of the season and does comraderie mean nothing to people anymore? You just went through a battle, throw a salute like a man ^(^or ^a ^lady)
don't do the help emote when downed unless someone is literally next to you. this is about time and everyone want this done fast, no one will run half the map to revive you. just respawn.
Exactly, have the decency to die with dignity. Failed to get elder a few days ago on decryption for the first time in a long time because two teammates sat waiting to be revived multiple times for over minute.
i don't know about anyone else but sometimes it seems like the help emote is an auto thing. about half the time when I go down even if I am quite alone that damnedhelp thing goes off. dunno if I button mash or what.. but I am guessing I"m not the only one who ends up with it going off unintentionally
yeah, sometimes it's automatic, that's true. but the point is not to wait til the timer goes to 0 :)
Sometimes I'll wait till the revive expires if I'm sitting in one of the uplink zones. You still count towards the progress bar.
>Sometimes I'll wait till the revive expires if I'm sitting in one of the uplink zones. You still count towards the progress bar
This! I've seen folks immediately hit the respawn instead of letting their presence count toward the uplink timer.
Its automatic when you go down, but it stops as soon as you respawn.
So that is okey. The thing I dislike tho is when people intentionally throw up that emote without actually needing help. When someone goes down at an event I will drop everything and dive right in to revive - usually putting myself in danger. Its a bit dumb but that's how I roll.
It sucks a little to make the trip and see that they are getting slightly tickled by two Wendigos. Yeah, they look scary, but so do the 10 more that ganged up on me on the way over...
For me, I'm jumping around a lot and both are on space so if I get downed right before I jump then I emote.
I tell my team mates to just die when they’re waving for help. They should know better than expect me to come help them😹
I do the help emote for like 2 seconds before dying to give my team an idea of where I was if searching for enemies has been difficult. I figure one of them can come finish off whatever killed me. My hope is they realize why.
I, errrr, I mean THEY probably don't want to die and come back with their jetpack visible, which happens at respawn.....
I hate when it does the emote automatically when you get injured
>don't do the help emote when downed unless someone is literally next to you.
Sadly, I do this without thinking because when I first got a piece of "life saving" armor I thought you had to do that to activate it...it turns out it was just coincidence that it didn't proc. Silly me. I know better now, over 2 years on, but it's become such a muscle memory thing to do I can't stop myself! I'm absolutely good with it being ignored.
My basic rule is: if you go down and I can help you without hurting the mission, I will do my very best. If I go down, then that's on me, and I'll take the respawn like a man.
But it's also equally annoying when other person is in same room and they will choose respawn.
In uplink its not just annoying, when you're downed you still count towards the timer as long as you're in the uplink area.
Did not know that. A low level player with bad survivability could use that to solo cheese an uplink op—just go to the uplink, die, and wait for the timer to complete before respawning. The only hard part would be killing the final boss.
I may have to play with that concept, just because I enjoy how ridiculous it is.
I don't think that is viable, after a (few?) deaths you seem to get instakilled without getting downed.
You’d theoretically only have to die twice, once at each uplink. Although I’m not sure what happens when you don’t respawn for over a minute. Does it let you stay downed forever?
Typically insta-death is from taking further damage when downed, usually explosions or ongoing poison (etc) effects. Or just weird server lag from previous shots. But I’ve never died more than a few times in a daily op, so maybe the rules there are special, 🤷.
I can never tell so I do it for like 5 seconds then drop
I can never tell so I just mash the respawn (unless I'm directly on the Uplink area, or we are at the decryption boss). If I'm playing decryption, by the time my teammates are safe enough to revive me, they've killed all the nearby enemies. If I respawn it'll put me closer to the enemies across the map than if they revived me, and I ran toward the enemies. Also I'm slowing down teammates if they revive me.
I just do it my way because quite a few times they've been able to help me but I miss it. Just never sit and wait for someone to revive. It won't happen
Imo just because they can help you doesn't mean it's worth it. Stimpak + 2-3 seconds for no gain whatsoever (unless on decryption boss or the downed person is directly on the Uplink capture area). The 5 second respawn timer is actually a 2-3 second penalty for the team compared to reviving someone. Explanation: it takes 2-3 seconds for one player to revive another, that's just the animation, not including running over to them. Then it takes about a second for the downed player to get up as per animation. So that's 3-4 seconds of time loss for the team. It's only 2-3 seconds more for you to just instantly respawn, and you'll get benefits of not having an animation of getting up, instant full health, temporary invincibility and Sprint that doesn't drain AP, and you are likely to be closer to the objective/enemies.
Why are you seemingly butt hurt over this? Jesus calm down.
What? I'm just stating the math behind my reason. Is explaining my reasoning being "butt hurt"?
Edit: I'm a person who likes to give quantitative reasoning, because quantities are usually interpreted the same for everyone (doing the math in terms of money or time). Qualitative can change significantly between person to person and as such I think it's ineffective in describing ones stance.
You're actually nit picking my play style, I have likely never played with you. Did I ever say I actually expect anyone to revive me? No I didn't you're just getting gamer rage at me over something that bothers you
Agreed just respawn unless they are already right next to you, most of the time it puts you closer to the objective anyway.
Exactly, if you're down within the download radius then yeah stay like that, I do that too on annoying Mutation days. But if it's the one where you're running and gunning, then it's just being an asshole if you don't die with some honor rather than selfishly demand a revive
>My first unwritten rule is to not shoot an explosive enemy next to the person who is disabling the radio intercept- they will below die and give you the frowny face
Eh, that's debatable. I mean you should be able to survive a couple explosions and the MOST annoying thing when using a radio is having some melee enemy hitting you and resetting the progress.
People in PA probably will but if there's a Bloodied non-PA player on the team, they'll probably die to a point blank blast.
That's the bloodied players fault. Those bloodied players should know their role and let the tanks tank. If an explosion could kill them a melee enemy would be just as scary anyway.
As a bloody guy, this is the way. Just kill the enemy. If it kills us, ehn. Shit happens.
If a bloody player is constantly getting downed, they either need to rethink their setup or bite the bullet and pop a rad-away so they don't drop in the middle of an Op.
I think you responded to the wrong person... That quote is not from me.
There is absolutely NO reason to move through the Daily Ops as a solid unit. Spread out unless of course it is an uplink Daily Op, in which staying close to that signal repeater as a group means those portions of the daily go by quick.
But during decryption, just spread out. Put a fair amount of work in. Kill everything and keep it moving.
Going in pairs can be helpful because if one of you goes down, at least that enemy gets taken out, if you respawn you have to look for them again. And you get a 2nd point of view.
But depends, if everyone's OP then yeah better to spread and go as fast as possible.
1 - If someone else uses a lunchbox, it's common curtesy to follow up by using one yourself. If you don't have any then at least use the heart emote.
2 - If you join a team and see people entering the daily op, don't make them wait longer than is absolutely nescessary. If you need to stock up or drop loot then be quick about it. If you are still finishing an event then you joined the wrong team in the first place
3 - Always finish the op. Don't drop out or leave simply because another event starts that you want to participate in. Most of the time that new event is still going by the time you finish.
Is it actually common courtesy to use lunchboxes when your teammate opens one? I have just never seen it in practice before.
It works somehow. I often open lunchbox to bait others into opening theirs ) Works every time )
at least for me its reminding me I actually have them. I see a lunchbox and go "oh yea, i prolly have like 9 of those i should use one as well"
Honestly I never remember until someone else opens one anyway so thanks for the reminder! I've not done ops yet so I always have plenty.
The exp buff stacks 4 times (25% per use). So there is merit in doing so.
I don’t feel obliged to. Lunchboxes are limited, and maybe I have other plans for mine. But someone else popping one certainly increases the chances that I will too. If high-XP-earning is compatible with my immediate plans, I just got a free head start and might as well complete the bonus to 100%. Plus it is a nice way of saying thanks to the original popper.
But if it were mandatory, it would just be a way for others to lunchbox-farm off of bystanders. That should maybe work! But not guaranteed. A heart emoji is also sufficient thanks.
Do what feels right for you. That I open a lunchbox doesn't mean you *have* to do it too. But it nice to get a heart emote.
Its good to remember that the guy standing next to me perhaps already have 4 lunchboxes active and don't want to pop one just because I did.
Wait, do lunchboxes stack? I've always played solo and have never used more than one at a time since I don't buy the micro-transactions.
Also, I've only ever done the daily ops once (I'm mostly play to just explore the world), and I was expecting some kinda lobby, or people to just fast travel in like in other events. I ended up just doing it on my own. Do you have to join a team to get others in the daily op, or how does that work?
Lunchboxes stack up to 4 for a total of 100% bonus XP. They will not go over 4, but you can still get the extra mini-buffs that come with them.
You get a random buff every time you use one, so technically yes. If I'm in a really large group for an event (like sbq or earle) I tend to use at least 4 lunchboxes, depending on how many I have on me. I always save 2 for DO though.
Each lunchbox gives +25% xp for an hour up to 100% xp with 4 and they have a wide radius of effect; you can do this to get double xp at any time. Since a group holds 4 people it's common to get together and everyone uses 1 giving everyone +100% xp.
i'll use the heart emote but just because someone else uses a lunch box doesn't mean i'm obligated to do so as well. it's not a good rate of return to do it in ops. if someone else wants to do it great.. but I'm never going to. I always heart though. lol
Yeah, all this. It's very rude to join Daily Ops team before you're ready. Get your ammo and stuff together beforehand and then join a team.
4 - In Decryption, when you need to supply the decode, don't kill enemies. Start killing enemies again after someone has done the decoding.
I left an op today for scorched, and I knew I was a dick in that moment.
I usually pop 4 at the daily ops, I'm a fallout 1st and that's about all I spend my money on. It's for me, but everyone benefits! That and the sbq.
If You start an Ops on a casual team no one is obligated to help you out.
Thank you, I leave if someone starts an op because 1 why didn't you just start an ops team and 2, make room for others who might want to run it.
I have very occasionally been in a casual team where everyone ends up running it but it's rare.
Depending on the Op setup, some aren't hard to solo, and some people are just doing it for ammo and don't want to make a new team that may not get anybody to join. A lot of people run Herd Mentality and Stranger in numbers and just stay on a Casual team. I don't see why you would quit the team, it doesn't affect you in any way unless they are emoting for the rest of the team to join.
You forget those of us running empath, I'm wanting that sweet 25% damage reduction (after the +7% damage increase)
On quiet servers I usually run daily ops while I’m on casual teams. I’d rather run it solo with guaranteed team bonuses and shared perks than have nobody show up for a daily ops team I started.
That said, about 3/4 of the time somebody joins me, and I almost always join daily ops when casual teammates start them too.
I have a little rule that I gave myself that I have to join an ops if one of my team mates starts one. Nobody knows it's a rule I have ... but they benefit from my level 700+ full health expertise when they take the chance. Even if I've done 10 ops today. Don't tell anyone, k?
That's mighty cool of you.
Complete the objectives as quickly as possible.
Even inexperienced or weak players/builds can be useful during an OP. Stand by the uplinks to speed things up and for decryption, if you're weak af and can't contribute to kills, at least stand by the radio things to deactivate them as soon as someone else kills off a code carrier.
Lastly don't bother sticking around and call for help when you're downed. Just die quickly and get back into the game. I'll save a downed person if it happens rarely. If you're dying constantly, it's not ideal but it can be tolerable if you're not constantly emoting for help.
One more: if you're the leader of the Daily Ops team, change it after you're done to casual/events.
For armor piercing enemies; unless you have a full overeater's normal armor set or similar damage reduction, bring your power armor to not get 1 or 2 shotted. Armor piercing robots are especially deadly.
For invisible enemies; berry mentats helps in seeing them since it highlights enemies, but being a VATS build still sucks. Come with a non-VATS build if possible.
I wear a stealth set, thorn armor. Never go down. I do however revive PA ...
I'm also a VATS build
A stealth build may work but you need stealth perks, proper gear, a silenced weapon, etc. though. On the other hand any power armor works against armor piercing enemies since all have passive 42% damage reduction. Just have a full set (I personally use Excavator), none have to be legendary, and a couple of fusion cores and you are good to go.
For VATS it may be a me problem since I normally play a VATS shotgunner. I can see invisible enemies being much easier with a rifle/commando build since they are much more reliable outside of VATS compared to a shotgun.
Yeah I run proper stealth build, one hit Instigating gauss rifle and a 2 shot gauss rifle back up. Easy easy
For invisible enemies, I love me some flamer / plasma flamer. Who needs aim precision, just ignite the entire general area in front of you. Hit entire stacks of enemies with a single burst. Spin around a little, go nuts.
Especially for my enclave plasma flamer, it’s a great way to farm expensive ammo too. It only takes a light touch to kill the enemies if you’re judicious, and they return way more ammo than they take to kill.
> For armor piercing enemies; unless you have a full overeater's normal armor set or similar damage reduction, bring your power armor to not get 1 or 2 shotted. Armor piercing robots are especially deadly.
What? The armor piercing tears through power armor just as fast in my experience so I usually avoid using power armor during those. Why waste the cores for no benefit.
Power armor has a large flat damage reduction percent. Armor piercing only applies to DR, not damage reduction percent.
If you have lunchboxes, using them will make your team like you from the start.
Daily Op XP is capped though, right? And the enemies barely give any XP. I do not see the point in using lunchboxes here instead of elsewhere, so I never bother.
Lunch boxes also have damage multipliers, which help.
Aren't those effects random and specific to certain enemies? There's no guarantee the lunchboxes will give you a buff against the enemies you're facing.
Yeah they are random, but if four players each open one, the likely of the right buffs procing is high. And regardless the buffs last at least 30 minutes. That's enough time to do some other stuff after the op.
They last for an hour, and you might as well share the benefit if you're already planning on popping some anyway.
5 minutes for dsily ops so sharing is caring . Pop them finish then grains exp
Yeah but I could also pop them at Scorched Earth or A Colossal Problem, where more than three other people can benefit.
yea me too. I'd rather use them at an event that has a lot of people so you're giving the buffs to the server instead of 3 other people
You should be rocking Fireproof Perk and Dense chest for these explosive Ops anyway, if not you gonna die either way lol .. I care about slaughtering the enemy as fast as possible :P
fireproof no longer works in ops against explosions.
Been working for me idk
OK I just did an op, I still take DMG but nowhere near as much as without it, I killed two right in front of me using a two shot agl and I didn't die..
the damage equations have been changed. it protects against fire not explosions now.
If that's the case they didn't change the tool tip on the card... It clearly states damage from explosions and flame attacks...
when things change they never update tool tips. no game dev does. lol
Thumbs up when u are good to start
Pop a lunchbox if you got 1
Unless your on my way to the objective you will not get revived, takes too much time
I've always wondered if there was some unwritten rule about 1 shotting enemies in daily ops. Obviously not for decryption where everyone is running around like mad just trying to kill stuff. But for uplink is it more acceptable to use a tagging weapon so everyone can loot every body? I usually run my gauss shotgun in ops to try to get through it as quickly as possible but I sometimes feel bad that I might be stopping others from being able to farm loads of ammo.
I generally know when to not 1-shot stuff in other events but daily ops has always been a gray area for me... What's the consensus?
All that matters is finishing in elder time
6 minutes is for me the goal.
Under the 6? Great run!
More than 6? Let's try again!
>But for uplink is it more acceptable to use a tagging weapon so everyone can loot every body?
You're already on a team, so everyone can already loot every body. Besides, it's just ammo and the occasional grenade or aid item, it's of little use. Just kill the enemies as quick as you can and stay in the uplink radius.
That's interesting - I've run into bodies I can't loot in ops and assumed it was because I didn't get shots on them. I'd be lying if I said that I completely understand the rules about who can loot what and when... So not surprised that I missed this 😅
Either way it sounds like the takeaway is to kill everything at quickly as possible which I'm down for. Thanks for the replies!
I think you need to be somewhat near the body if your team mate kills it.
ops has poor xp. finish fast
I always shoot to kill in ops. You have a point.
I personally have never seen anyone get upset about tagging or not. They also give less XP and none are legendary. So it seems like less of an issue.
Enemy xp is already lower on Ops, so tagging isn't as useful. Getting more and quicker kills is better as that gets more ammo bodies to loot and helps get to Elder.
This is a nice thread. It helps. So far, I have avoided Daily Ops, because I don't want to upset more experienced players. That said, I am at 136 level, so maybe I am ready. I hope I can find someone willing to mentor me through a couple, before I start jumping into them myself.
Same. I'm at the same level, tried an ops by myself and was like nope this isn't going to happen alone. But I also don't want to piss anyone off. Maybe a few more levels I'll try lol. This thread definitely helps!
Unwritten Rule for Daily Ops?...
Showing up naked wielding a nocturnal rolling pin is less helpful then you would think.
Damn it there goes my optimal build
Lol shoot stuff and don't start till everyone there are the only rules really
Get your act together before joining party, then teleport into mission. I don't want to have to wait 47 seconds!!!
Damn right! Do your shit BEFORE you join the Ops teams. Join when you're ready to go.
Unwritten rule #1- try your very best to stay within the objective circle.
#2- never bump into the objective activator as this can pull them off and waste time.
#3- there is no better direction to go between the two.
#4- group leader goes for relay first, the rest of the group should be moving toward one of the objectives. If your were heading to B and A triggers first, it’s understandable but please try to hurry to get to circle.
Of course these all pertain to the default Daily Ops, not interceptor.
#5- *MOST IMPORTANT*and I can’t stress this enough. At staging area- Thumbs Up emote= Ready to Go!
Please allow some time for teammates to load in and get their food/drug buffs going, try not to start while other teammates are still in menu.
#6- Have Fun!
Honorable mention tip- when the progress bar is at 90%, you can go ahead and move to the next objective. The bar will auto complete while you are on route.
The rules are as follows:
1. actually participate in the Op
2. stay at the uplink during Uplink
3. spread out during Decryption
4. don't run in front of people at the uplinks/radio jammers
That's pretty much it. Oh, and if you don't follow Rule#1 then don't think you can hop into an Op like a leech; the second you hop into a half-completed Op, expect to get kicked immediately.
Number 2 still escapes folks I randomly jump into ops with.
I've joined an Ops team and jumped in just as they were about finished and I always feel bad. I still try to do my best to help in the time remaining but I always try to initiate another Op right after finishing, even if Elder Rank was achieved. I try to let the team know I'm appreciative of the win they got me but I still want to show them I can earn it too. I'm rarely a one and done with Daily OPs anyway, I try to run em 3 or 4 times if the team stays together.
If you join an Op at the last second then that's okay; nothing indicates anything bad since tou cant track hiw ling the Op has been going for when outside it. It's the people who dont join and deliberately wait for 6-7 minutes that are annoying and leeches.
Why on Earth were you downvoted? These are the basics.
Probably some leechers who are salty about being called out.
the come here emote is fine. everything else you said I absolutely agree with though
My first daily op I was picking a lock in the burrows, team was not impressed lol
My first daily ops also in the burrows I was like look at all the junk here and started collecting it.
I remember once having 20 seconds on the clock to go disable the objective (for elder) after killing the boss and died on the way there. I was so salty. But I spawned pretty much in the room where the objective was and disabled it quicker than if I ran there, lol. So yeah, that's a good tip. Just die for quicker mobility. :P
One person goto the radio / disable at a time - you don’t need to crowd around the button. It dead stops the process as soon as your teammate passes through your activation space and the button. JUST COVER THE BUTTON PUSHER!!!!
These are more like pointers and kind of obvious, but:
1) Make an effort to learn the maps. It take a while but it's possible.
2) pay attention to the map indicators. There are indicators for the radios and the code carriers. I have seen the code carrier glitch out and not show, but the radios have always show up.
3) unemcumber yourself so you can sprint - it's timed, you know?
4) don't stop to loot the bodies until the end. Again, you're on the clock.
Kill all the things!!
Except the ones that make you leave the radius of boosting the timers, of course.
Or the ones that explode all over your teammates when they don’t expect it.
Well, look, just kill all the **right** things, none of the **wrong** ones!
Actually if you kill enemies the timer also advances. So if you can kill enemies quickly and there is a group outside the radius, go for it.
Actually that can be counter-productive for some ops. Soaks up too much time and leave clouds of poison that people have to run through.
Funky Duds at max is your friend for Toxic enemies. I can stand in the clouds and I dont seem to take much damage at all
Yeah except for in uplink, then keep ur ass by the uplink
I just got told not to kill all the things before they tell us to eliminate the enemy groups and it really confused me
Meh, times a factor so I just kill all the things. Except since the last patch seems like I’m not wearing any armor at all so I spend most of my time on the respawn screen lol
Tbh it doesn't really matter unless you have a really weak team even then just shoot everything, 8 mins is quite a long time.
Don't join the daily op at lvl 10 unless everyone else is like level 400. You can't contribute at lvl 10.
Sure you can. If you stand by the radio thing it speeds it up. Honestly I'd rather have anyone in those just to make it go faster than be waiting forever to get a 4th (sometimes it just takes an eternity to get a full team).
Yes. And let the level one get tags on uplink for xp
I'm level 125 and I don't join unless at least one person is over level 300. Mainly because my builds all suck, I have like the worst armor ever and I barely contribute.
I try my best, though.
Generally the host or team leader is the one who needs to repair the signal jammer (for uplink) while the others rush to either A or B. It saves 20-40 seconds and every second counts when ur doing ops with noobs and randoms.
If you see someone rushing towards an enemy at the end when you have to find the group of baddies DONT FOLLOW THEM. Go find someone else to kill. I can't tell you how many times this happens.
Last important one is this. Unless ur right next to me I'm not picking you up. Not because I'm mean but because im being timed in the op. Bring stims better gear etc. Respawning is always faster than reviving.
Host/leader must repair the radio? Never heard of that.
2 people runs to the radio and 2 runs to A or B.
Why 2 people to the radio? Defending.
1 person goes to the radio. Usually the guy who starts it everyone else goes to A or B whichever is closer.
And then they get killed when repairing. We always send 2 people to there. Usually the 2 strongest players. We dont care who the host is.
When i do em the host is like lvl 400 and has op gear but the point is you dont need everyone to repair a signal jammer.
Even with op gear 1 person can be killed easely when an enemy rushes to him. If that happens you lose valuable time by respawning and stuff. That's why 1 person defending the repairman is a smart thing to do.
Isnt that great, everybody plays DO differently.
What about if you're someone like me and have a *notoriously* bad sense of direction?
I've been known to literally get lost WITH a map, and rushing tends to only make things worse for me...yeah, I know it's on a timer, but still....
I mean either get better or expect to be kicked. The maps aren't too hard to learn.
get better or get kicked...what is your gt so I can be sure to never join an ops with you. if the ops is being completed there is no reason to get aggro.. no reason to kick because someone is disadvantaged in one way or another. only reason to kick is if someone doesn't join or help at all. if they're trying and you kick, you are hte problem.
You're reading into my comment too much.
The people I kick from ops refuse to participate. They're off killing random enemies while the team is at A/B. If they're getting sh1t on by enemies but STILL following the objective then that's fine I'm ok with that.
I refuse to get anything less than elder rank. NOBODY does ops for fun except for Satan. Some of y'all to big to carry.
it's soloable to elder. if you aren't getting there in a party it's not just their fault. kicking makes you the problem unless they aren't helping in any way whatsoever.
Right it's my fault for doing the objective and not dumbfuckmcgee264 who is off picking kalidepore
Point is: pull your weight or go do it urself.
Every daily ops can be finished on elder solo. So never blame teammates if you fail to finish it.
I've learned, don't start the event if there's already a bunch of people there before you.
I didn't know the dying trick. That's helpful because I often get lost trying to catch up with my team when I spawn in for the first time.
If you have 2 options on where to go, take initiative and run towards one. Throw the “Come here” and emote as you run to the objective and immediately activate it
Tagging is normally common courtesy in events, but in a Daily Op it couldn't mean less. You don't play a Daily Op to share XP, you play it to get dines as soon as possible. So if someone is Hogging kills it's fine. Especially on a Decryption day.
For decryption ops, don't follow your teammates in a pack. Especially for ops on larger maps, you need to split up to clear the op efficiently.
By no means a "rule," just something I feel is overlooked.
Phantom Devices. Specifically for Decryption due to that pesky armor piercing, turn them on themselves and mop em up.
It works best if you can manage to get *into* the crowd, it'll generate a stealth field for you, and make every hostile in the general area attack one another. Use at the beginning of a wave and you suddenly have 3-7 new, disposable, "teammates."
And if you see someone speedrunning it for you, come to the fucking sites fast as you can.
If you join daily ops and the rest of the team thumbs up, and you're AFK for 5+ minutes, we aren't going to wait any longer. Also if you're not going to do daily ops, leave the daily ops team when you're done in case someone else wants to join.
Did they make explosive enemies do more damage or does the explosion just do more damage when it's armor piercing?
Any emote is doing the job done to respect your teammates at the end.
If you start a OPs team, don't afk indefinitely after it fills up.
If you are the team lead, don't wait for others to start for you.
Thumbs up at the start to let everyone know you've loaded in and are ready to start. And wait till everyone is ready before you leave the little area you zone in at so you don't start the timer prematurely.
If you or anyone joins your Daily Ops team, use your wave emote to say you're active/waiting for teammates and then thumbs up if you're ready to go and don't join the mission until everyone thumbs up.
Don't get angry if you join a team with a single lvl 40 and you're the only one in the ops.
Pop those lunchboxes if you got 'em.
Thumbs up or charge emotes to say you're ready.
Wait for people to suit up or load in.
It's quicker to respawn than wait for your team mate to run across the map to get you unless they're close.
Start moving from the group on Uplink when the bar reaches 100%, get to the next uplink or pop the kill objective.
Stealth may or may not work in decryption to spawn more in.
Always use your favourite gun, farm that ammo!
My one rule is that you don't up to someone who is decrypting, I can't tell you how many times I've had it interrupted by someone running between myself and the radio
Ehh i disagree with the explosive one since I share fireproof for those dailies. My big thing is waiting for thumbs up to make sure everyone is ready to start. I join the op and like to down food/chems/open lunchboxes
Let's not forget the puking emote for when you realize a public team member is just sitting still and waiting at the entrance after joining late into the op for free loot.
And then you ruin it by writing them anyway.
I mean, it goes without saying, but...
Hearts are gay. I mean did you really just love what you did like to love your wife, husband, family, a pet? The yes emote is the only way to go if it's under 8.