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#16 June 2010 - 19 June 2010
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Knotdead_Yett - Veteran

I would like you nominate myself for Veteran position. I am currently Eighth Prestige on Modern Warfare 2 and climbing quickly on the PS3. I am very proficient with all weapons and equipment. My primary tactic is using OMA for quick, mobile support. I have a good knowledge of all maps such as; good camping spots for your team to hold, sniping spots, strategical tactics and enemy’s approximant spawn points.


I am nominating myself for the rank of "Experienced" because of several things. One I know a great many amount of multiplayer tricks and tips and is usually in first place by 10 kills on the PS3. Second is I have played through the campaigns several times because my internet was broken so I know many things about singleplayer. And finally I'm a skilled Nazi Zombies/Spec Ops Player, I'm in the third prestige, I would be in the fifth but I haven't been prestiging for MW2 and I'm level 30+ on COD4 (I don't play it very much) and with World at War I'm in the second prestige rank 30s, I hope this is good enough.

Braden 0.0

I am Nominating my self for the rank of Experienced because of several things:

1. I am Lvl. 34 in CoD4, but am pretty wise at game tactics and weaponry

2. I am Lvl. 31 in WaW, But I'm very good at Nazi Zombies

3. I am Lvl. 66 Prestige 3 in MW2 and am a very good player, know all maps off by heart, know every trick and tactic in the book, extremely proficient at Team Death Match, Domination, Demolition, Good at S&D, fairly good at Hard Core and at least experienced at other game types.

4. As above, I'm Extremely good at Nazi Zombies and the other Bonus modes in the CoD series.

AdvancedRookie- Veteran

I am nominating myself for veteran because I have completed CoD3 to MW2 on Veteran. I have extensive knowledge of singleplayer due to the fact I have access to game files and cheats. I am Level 55 on Call of Duty 4 which doesn't let PC prestige. I am Prestige 10 Level 65 on World at War. I am also Prestige 1 Level 70 on MW2. I have clocked up about 2 weeks and 3 days on multiplayer altogther. I am knowledgeable on the Call of Duty series and know a lot about AI and such.AdvancedRookie 12:40, June 19, 2010 (UTC)

Gen.Cain- Experienced

I am nominating myself for the rank of "Experienced". I am third prestige in MW2 nad climbing I have mastered 16 primarys and every pistol secondary. I also play WaW which I am on a lot of the time. In addition I know 99.9% of every map in MW2 and Waw GenCain sig T C E B 13:04, June 19, 2010 (UTC)

DevilWarrior112 - Veteran

I am nominating for the rank of veteran. I have CODs Big Red One, 3, 4, WAW and MW2. I am 4th Prestige Level 22 on MW2 and I am also a very good weapon expert such as attachments and firing rate. I have been playing on MW2 for 7 days now and have purchased the Stimulus Package and will buy the Resurgence Pack. I know every (well almost every) tactic on the maps of WAW and MW2. DevilWarrior112 17:35, June 20, 2010 (UTC)

A Lonely Nomad 16:41, June 19, 2010 (UTC) - Veteran

I am requesting the rank for veteran for several reasons. I am level 55 second prestige on cod4, level 65 5th prestige on cod5 and second prestige level 70. I am an avid zombies/specops/campain/co-op tactician and enjoy writing guides. My two guides so far are the guide to the mg4 and the serious guide to the shotguns.

Epochalyptik - Veteran

  • Platform - Xbox 360
  • L.55 10th prestige - CoD4
  • L.59 4th prestige - CoD:WaW
  • L.70 10th prestige - CoD:MW2
  • Better with tactics than mechanics, but still proficient in both fields.
  • Great deal of time logged online in the above 3 titles, familiarity with campaign mode, and great with Nazi zombies.
  • All levels are legit; I've fought for a long time in each title and can answer almost any multiplayer question.
  • Strongest gametypes - TD, War, CTF, Domination, Ground War, Sabotage, and HQ. Mostly play core, but have played Hardcore modes as well.
  • Good with advice on weapon/perk combos and map tactics, particularly on MW2.

Epochalyptik 01:22, June 20, 2010 (UTC)

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This is the first assault rifle available in the Modern Warfare 2 multiplayer, so I figure it would be a great starting point for a guide, we could outline strengths and weaknesses, and tactics playing on those strengths and when used with the different attachments, as well as recommended secondary weapons. Who would like to help out, and where should we actually put the guides? I was thinking that we could put them on a weapon subpage(this one might be M4A1/Guide). Warpig3|1|2 13:20, June 17, 2010 (UTC)

Agreed. The M4A1 is a good all around assualt rifle that's used extensively. Rambo362 20:43, June 17, 2010 (UTC)

I would be glad to contribute! (see specialties) --TMOI {Reply} 06:53, June 18, 2010 (UTC)


This is one of the first SMG's available in MW2. I have already written a guide, and I would like to show it to you guys. It states which attachments and perks are recommended, as well as basic facts about the weapon. Commander W567123danielWanna Talk?|My Duty|Wassup? 11:35, June 18, 2010 (UTC)


I'd like to contribute with a guide to the AK-47. I have used it every prestige in MW2, and have over 1000 kills on the Veteran challenge, and having mastered the weapon, have good knowledge on how effective the attachments are. Being the last weapon available in MW2, many players may not use it a lot as they are progressing through the prestige mode, and I think I could write a guide to help players for when they stop prestiging and actually use the weapon. I also have experience using it in Call of Duty 4, if that can also be added in. - File:Prestige10sigstb.jpg StB Flag 12:59, June 19, 2010 (UTC)


I'm working on a SPAS-12 guide. I've got about 1,000 kills with it, so I have some experience with it. Darkman 4 17:05, June 19, 2010 (UTC)


Me and Darthkenobi0 have been discussing an Intervention guide. I have used it more than any other weapon in multiplayer, and I could provide some useful information. Cpl. Dunn(Talk)


I have had lots of time using the ACR, and I feel that I can provide some good tips for other users. Cpl. Dunn(Talk) 23:27, June 19, 2010 (UTC)


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Question — As seen on my blog, I'm getting a PS3 as well as a copy of MW2. However, I'm not familiar with the game's controls, so are there any tips/suggestions that can be given to help me adjust?Hax 217 00:28, June 19, 2010 (UTC)

Experienced - Answer - If you just want to adjust, just play some splitscreen with a friend, and get used to the game controls. Cpl. Dunn(Talk)
Answer - Play some single-player. The very beginning of the campaign is an unavoidable tutorial that will teach you the controls. Blinzy45 04:34, June 19, 2010 (UTC)

Question - I play MW2 online quite a bit, and was wondering if you have any tips for getting my deaths down, as I got the game fairly recently. File:Anim-tactical-nukeemblem.gif11th ExplosionFile:Anim-tactical-nukeemblem.gif

Veteran - Answer - Reflect on your own actions. Without anyone watching you and coaching you, the best thing you can do for yourself is to look at every one of your deaths. Before KillCam pops up, ask yourself the same questions: why did I do to get myself killed? Could I have avoided the situation? Watch each replay and pick out the moment that got you killed. Did you reckless run into an open area? Did you have a case of tunnel vision, falling victim to repetitive habits and going through the same areas over and over again? Most new players have an automatic mindset of running towards the "front" without paying any attention to their surroundings. Be patient, slow down, follow your team, and take your time. There's no reward for sprinting around and getting to places faster. Get behind cover, scan your area, get to know the map, and eventually you'll find yourself staring at the KillCam less frequently. --Scottie theNerd 12:34, June 19, 2010 (UTC)
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