I'm a little confused and I think you might have contradicted yourself here:
"When attacking, attack en masse and have enough momentum in the attack so that the Greens can't rebuild in time. Waves of attack are not as effective because the pause in the fighting gives the Greens the opportunity to regroup and reorganize. A constant stream of, albeit less men, is far more effective, especially when attacking a heavily fortified position. Again, communication is the key for Blue victory; do not let organization slip, as it is then that the Greens window of opportunity arises. "
You seem to say first that blues should mount one large attack all at the same time, because "waves" are less effective (i.e. everyone just heading to green as they spawn, which happens all the friggin time :D). But then you say a constant stream is more effective. I'm not sure how to reword it, but I do believe that both things have their merits - having at least a few blues on the front lines will keep greens at bay, but an organized attack with many players will have a better chance of grabbing the intel magicsofa 18:35, 17 April 2011 (EDT)
To clarify: what I often find happening is that people either attack in uncoordinated waves (e.g. 5 will show up at the same time the first wave, 3 the next, 4 the next, 8 the next) Purely by chance. What I am suggestingis that insteadof just heading there in your own time, the optimum strategy is to send an organisedflow so that there is ALWAYS presence in the enmy base. This would lead to a constant, mass attack with momentum,so that the Greens can't push you back.
I'm a Paradoxian veteran; armchair strategies are what I do :P
I don't think we have enough information yet to know what the better strategy is. Teams aren't really that coordinated yet. HOWEVER: I don't think just sending men to the front is a good tactic in any case. It's better to have an actual mission (close off this area to greens, give support for an intel grab) than to just run up, kill as many greens you can, and die. You can last a lot longer and hold ground much better if you're patient and stay in a bunker, picking of greens as they come, rather than charing forth into the fray and eventually getting yourself killed.--Ace 17:21, 22 April 2011 (EDT)
On second thought, it might be better to have separate strategy and "team" pages. That way we can keep the seriousness of war and the silliness of "GREEN SCUM" separate. --Ace 17:35, 22 April 2011 (EDT)