ok so i just started getting into heroes because i found
1 a lot of people go there late at night
2. it's fun
3. i can get a lot of xp
4. it's fun
but i do have a few questions about the game and was hoping someone who's been playing a while could clarify for me
What is the benefit of becoming the hero? Besides the weapons and the fun of being the hero I constantly end up in games where the other team must be neglecting to become the hero. While i usually get around five kills on average once i become the hero it still doesn't equal the 10 points they get for eventually killing me. Not to mention i never turn down becoming the hero unless im under heavy fire, and about to die, but it seems the other team isn't activating their hero as much. Ultimately this makes the game lame in my opinion. So your down in the game so you deny the purpose of the game? The way i see it, im supposed to be the hero at that moment and come do amazing stuff, so why would i be a coward and ignore the hero activation. Its a very non hero type of move. Look at the hero kills at the end of the game... how many times its activated will determine the winner. The other team will have live 7 to 9 hero kills and we will have 3 or 4...mathematically making it difficult to win... I thought maybe its the game trying to even the playing field, but no its not because I was in there with a level 56 and they rarely activated it. Its not like they just survived because you know when they are in there. So why do people do lame stuff like this and how is this avoided.
Next is a tactical question. I play run up in your face style, forget sitting back. Running into fights that i know i shouldn't. So my team mates must hate me when i become the hero because they want to take a defensive position but i don't. So is it common knowledge that the hero should fortify himself or is it all preference? Would you be mad at the hero if he played like a maniac?
Have you ever been in a stalemate where everyone is denying to be the hero? I have