A double bomb, which clearly describes as a gambit, urging fab to comply with, won.
That's called "knowing your enemy", and is, cliched as it may seem, the heart of strategy in many analyses, even The Art Of War.
Nothing fluke about it. A Trap was laid and duly sprung. Bravo.
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Yes, Scootgar, everything that happens in matches is carefully planned strategy. You'll notice how people's strategies change throughout the match by listening to their commentary and, if we'd recorded voice, ours.
Anyway, the bombs were in the fountain (as in, inside of the fountain wall where you can't blow them up with gunfire but they can still kill you), and it was unfortunate timing and not divine ordinance that saw 3 of us use the passage between box and fountain as our escape route (having planned to sit back and defend for the last 30 seconds) at the same time.
Nuclear bombs are pretty scary
Some nice gameplay footage. But I got a little irritated that one of your teammates dropped the N bomb for no reason.
Word, I peeped that too. Seemed it was used derogatory.