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Old December 14th, 2012, 20:57   #67
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Originally Posted by ShelledPants View Post
Neg, it's so your team mates don't go rushing in after what might have been a DD.

And it makes the enemy react.
Originally Posted by FirestormX View Post
My understanding is that it's mostly for safety. You could say "heads up, there's a heavy projectile being lobbed in your direction", but specifying that it's a grenade has the added effect of letting newbies know what's going on.
The way it seems to be being taught and the way I and most people I know were taught is as follows

Grenade = incoming
Frag out = outgoing

Regardless, Shelled is on the ball, it's communication, so that your guys know what you're doing and you know what they're doing.
Originally Posted by ThunderCactus View Post
Like seriously dude. The incredible lack of common sense in the question could be scientifically investigated for evidence of a black hole.
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