[bf1942] Anti cheat tool

Jon Wolberg MMmmGood at cox.net
Wed Nov 19 15:21:14 EST 2003

Dont worry Shockwave!  It will only detect people who are getting consistent
kills out of fog radius on the same map.  I provide suppressive fire for
other people too, so I wouldnt help make a program that would prevent that

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Shockwave" <shockwave at blastingzone.org>
To: <bf1942 at icculus.org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2003 10:16 AM
Subject: Re: [bf1942] Anti cheat tool

> > This only applies to infantry weapons.  We know that you can see past
> > fog limit with artillery.
> >
> There may be another issue at hand.  I am part of a competitive Desert
> Combat team, and I advocate the use of suppressing fire when attacking an
> enemy position.  This involves soldiers using heavy weapons with high
> of fire shooting towards an enemy position not necessarily trying to hit
> anything in particular.  It is used to bombard the target with enough
> incoming fire so that the enemy is forced to take cover rather than expose
> themselves in order to return fire.  This allows fireteams to advance in
> groups towards the target with less enemy resistance.  It is not only an
> effective tactic in real-life combat situations, but it also works well in
> the game.
> Since the targets are not always visible, hits may be sustained by the
> opposing team without the originator of the shots purposefully aiming at
> them.  This might be registered as a cheat if I understand how this
> anti-cheat software functions.  I'd hate to see players like my teammates
> and me get labeled as cheaters for simply engaging in valid military
> tactical maneuvers.
> Shockwave

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