Originally Posted by MadMorbius
I hate when people take cover during a firefight, and steadfastly refuse to move. Doesn't matter which side you're on, I've seen a lot of great attack plans go down the shitter because the initiative was lost and the line broken by cowards hunkering down.
Yeah... This is my #1 complaint.... far too often the courage of a few is spent by the cowardice of many.
Practically every engagement becomes plinking at extreem range... while hiding behind bushes...
I have seen that this phenomenom is most prevelent in groups with no effective command structure.. and no real leadership on the field.
Without co-ordination and direction every advance will falter as the individual desire for survival will sap the vigor from the group need for success.