Today I'm going to be giving you domination tactics in Call of Duty: Black Ops.
In Call of Duty: Black Ops and in all the Call of Dutys, there are three flags in domination: the A, B, and C flags. As you can see, they are in a straight line across the map. Some maps have triangle formations and some maps have straight formations. This is a straight formation.
In domination, there are really two ways to go about it. Black Ops does not allow spawn trapping like, say, a game like Modern Warfare 2 did. But, it does still allow killers to do well. My setup for my team would be four slayers and two guys to capture the flags. If you have four really strong slayers, you can take out the other team by stuffing them back in their spawn with kill streaks. Running the black bird, chopper gunner and dogs for four slayers is hell for the other team. The two people capturing the flags are going to want to run to UAV, counter UAV, and napalm strike. UAV and counter UAV, obviously, are to show where the enemies are and not let them see where you are. The napalm strike, however, is used to cut off their routes to the flag. If you hear that we're losing B, you can call your napalm strike right over it and save the flag. If you think that they're pushing toward B, you can call it right in front of B and stop them from getting there.
The other way to go about it would be four people capturing the flags and two slayers. This is for a team that is less on skill level. In this setup, the people capturing the flags could run the same setup I just mentioned, but the slayers would run about five, eight, nine, five being napalm, eight being black bird, and nine being the chopper gunner yet again. Because the black bird will get the other slayer his chopper gunner, which will help you guys push them back. You will also have the napalm strike, though, because you are less-skilled players. You will need to defend your flags more often because they will be getting to run around a lot more.
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