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343 got rid of sword base for infection. Why?

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It could have been because it was such an old choice. They also might have removed it due to the ability to use the gravity lift to gain an unfair positioning over the zombies. They would have to take the lift to get to you, and it would make them far too easy of a target as they attempted to do so. The air vent/tunnel was also a very cheap way of staying alive, so that could be another reason.

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Probably because it sucked ass. All survivors would pile up into that tunnel at spawn and camp.

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Obvious reasons. You may have loved it as a survivor, but for zombies, it was horrible. This the survivors were at least fairly decent the zombies stood no chance - the survivors could camp in many places which would create a distinct advantage for the zombies (vent tunnel, top of loft, top of vent, etc)

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It could have been because it was such an old choice. They also might have removed it due to the ability to use the gravity lift to gain an unfair positioning over the zombies. They would have to take the lift to get to you, and it would make them far too easy of a target as they attempted to do so. The air vent/tunnel was also a very cheap way of staying alive, so that could be another reason.

 

Probably because it sucked ass. All survivors would pile up into that tunnel at spawn and camp.

 

Obvious reasons. You may have loved it as a survivor, but for zombies, it was horrible. This the survivors were at least fairly decent the zombies stood no chance - the survivors could camp in many places which would create a distinct advantage for the zombies (vent tunnel, top of loft, top of vent, etc)

 

Like Luke said it was horrible for the Zombies. I hated it (My opinion).

 

What all these people said. There was abuse in the vents and glitches in the gravity lifts. It was a camping galore with lots of betraying. This map slowly turned into more and more of a chaos. You would probably glee with delight when you were a human, only thing is most people would betray. And you'd almost end up quitting the second you were a zombie. This map became a disaster because of the abuse (some) Halo players inflicted on it.

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Many reasons, Grav lift (get ontop of areas to gain a very unfair advtange to zombies), Easy camping spaces, Very narrow areas. Lots of things. There still is sword base but reworked it's called spooky base.

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It wasn't bad for zombies. You just have to figure out how to outsmart the humans, which isn't very hard, and put that plan into action. Usually, all it takes is to swerve side to side quickly. This confuses and panics survirors, who then start trying to spam at you, resulting in their fatality.

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because all the shoutgunners could camp in the lift room and they wouldn't die because the zombies would be mass teamed perhaps?

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It wasn't bad for zombies. You just have to figure out how to outsmart the humans, which isn't very hard, and put that plan into action. Usually, all it takes is to swerve side to side quickly. This confuses and panics survirors, who then start trying to spam at you, resulting in their fatality.

 

It was bad for zombies. Humans were able to use the gravity lift to gain an unfair positioning over them, and the zombies were completely at their mercy as they tried to use the lift to get to the humans. Not to mention how difficult it is to actually manage to launch yourself over to that area in the first place. The bottom vent was another problem. Humans would constantly camp in that area, leaving only one possible entry point for the zombies. The zombies would have to rush inside, and the humans would have far too easy a time picking them off in that small space. Because it only had one possible area of entry, and because it was such a small space, the vent was especially bad. There was practically no room for the zombies to maneuver in.

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Ms. Mystic, that's where tactic and teamwork comes in. If zombies were even mildly bright, they would attack in groups of 3, minimum. This almost always works. And as for that camping spot high up on the wall, they got rid if that long ago.

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