El Dorado is a capture the flag king of the hill were the 4 relics give points and each faction can get 1st 2nd or 3rd place depending on the number of points they have. This is considered to me to be the most forgiving PVP since if you get 3rd place you just get 5 black marks. But if you get 1st place you get 15 black marks and 10 for 2nd place. So if one faction is winning by a lot try to strive for 2nd place by stealing a relic and camping it. At the start of the match you and your enemies will beeline to neutral relics that are marked on the screen the same way as quest. When a faction has at least one relic they should move it to a secure spot and keep a group to camp it. Also when transporting the relic make sure you are not a glass cannon that can be one shotted and give it to the tank so he can hold onto it while he moves even if you get attacked. Getting all 4 relics will end the game sooner than later which some people want if your in 2nd place. Running in to the enemy and doing a kamikaze sword impair might give enough time for the other DPS’s to finish them off.
Killing players will give you EXP for your battle rank which gives you PVP tokens to but the war zone outfits. So if your wondering why people are killing you even when your not doing anything its probably for the EXP. Also the war zone can be a cluster of random death and battles sometimes with no way for you to get a good shot on the enemy. Also a little tip if your hurt some of the relics heal for a small amount so if you have a few bullet wounds from the enemy you can just sit next to the relic for a while before the next wave comes in.
This is what i learned from the war i hope it helps.
reblogging here because i can see this being relevant to anyone who’s ever tried to get out of an abusive relationship
Reblogging because that last comment made me reread the whole thing in a new light and realize this could be vital information. So, putting it out there for everyone, and hoping no one ever really needs it.
I was working with a client, whose son was in his mid-twenties and liked to be involved in the design of the website. He was into the ‘newest technology’ and buzzwords, so asking me to make things ‘pop’ was an everyday occurrence.
Client: I don’t like that colour. You should try something…