When Rooks and Kings are willing to fight you, it's a good sign they have something big up their sleeves. Fighting them is only suicide unless you have absolutely overwhelming superiority, that eschews any difference of tactics.Ain't that the truth? It's a comment on this kill-mail that's associated with this fight.
These days, Rooks and Kings seem to only have two tactics:
- dropping a large number of Abaddons supported by two triage carriers and four to six Guardians on your face.
- dropping a large number of smart-bombing battleships on your face (example one, example two).
If you have no plan to fight their tactic of choice for your particular death, why do people fight them at all? I normally despise blobs, but maybe Red Alliance had the right idea for how to deal with R&K. Otherwise, all you're doing is volunteering to be embarrassed in one of their videos. Discuss.