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I do not know who’s bright idea was take away nulli on ceptors and t3 but was never issue.both can be caught right setup.Personally i did not waste time training for these just be taken away because some carebear or shyte player complained. The new mods for it are crap period time is bs. Maybe Koreans who bought game did this but too me was never a issue and took part of game away that was original. Alot others share same view so comment away trolls diss the post
facts are fact was not issue and was part game


a lot of people had their game play changed over the years, they, we adapted, you can adapt.

Oof, that casual racism.

You don’t deserve null on ceptors and T3s :smiley:

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