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That was 4:28 minutes of my life that I will not be able to get back.
I didn't see much camping. It looks more like you had some lag advantage. I don't camp much but I can't help myself when someone who I just killed tries to come back and get revenge 3 or 4 times. All you have to do is move 5 to 10 feet and wait and if they
are stupid enough to come back then too bad for them.
Starscream believes, “the times are a’ changing – and if we plan on surviving, we’re going to need to change with them.” Obviously his Sunstorm experience has changed his outlook: “I have seen the future, and it does not bode well for any of us… after all
is said and done, only the strong shall survive. And we will be the strong.” He knows something is about to happen and is getting his troops ready, but he’s obviously out of his depth (training the Combaticons isn’t exactly going to prevent a coming apocalypse).
Still, he doesn’t play the leader role too badly. He can do the speeches (even though his troops don’t seem to know quite what he’s talking about) and he can silence dissension too: “the only deal your demoralising chassis needs to worry about is how I’ll
choose to deal with your opportunistic scheming. Do I make myself clear?” He conducts the training session which doesn’t go too well, leaving him to proclaim: “I have morons on my team!” and, “is this the kind of performance I can expect from my ‘elite’ combat squad?” He doesn’t have much faith in his team
at all: “oh, not again! Can this ‘bot ever win?! Why is good help so hard to find?”