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Post by chiller345 on Wed Aug 25, 2010 3:21 am

Well basically, i`ve always wondered what those letters after your name meant, e.g

Chiller345 BBBL

Some people told me those were medals, those letters mean things like box muncher, but I want a more in-depth explanation. Can anybody help me with this? Also, include the meanings of the letters, if you can.
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Post by BunBun<3 on Wed Aug 25, 2010 3:48 am

those are awards at the end game for accomplishing team work etc etc

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Post by mushroom on Wed Aug 25, 2010 8:42 am

didnt someone just post a lengthy cited article about this or something similar? um but yea doesnt b mean battle sense and l light weapons or something?

/good ? though i always wondered that too then found out and now i forgot again damnit!

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Re: Those letters after your name?

Post by Disdain on Wed Aug 25, 2010 5:57 pm

From this website: http://et-manual.wolfmap.de/en/Manual/html/manual.html

Skills and Rewards
Uniquely for a First Person Shooter, Enemy Territory rewards players with Skills, Rewards and Promotions. Each of Enemy Territory's classes has its own specific skill and abilities, in addition to two general skills that apply to all classes: Light Weapons and Battle Sense. For each class, the use of their primary skill (e.g. First Aid for Medics) results in an increase in Experience Points (XP) and at certain levels these result in a Reward.

Players' Battle Sense, Light Weapons and current class skill level are indicated in the HUD display at the bottom left of the screen. Each skill has four Levels. At each Level the player receives a unique reward.

Improvements in a player's general and class-specific skill level are rewarded periodically with promotion to a superior rank. Ranks in Enemy Territory range from Private to General (and their Axis counterparts). Ranks are displayed on the player's helmet for everyone to see. Ranks are a visible warning to the enemy of a player's current skill level and Experience Points. The best player in each class is awarded a medal at the end of each mission. In addition, a letter that represents that award is added to the end of your name that can only be seen on the scoreboard (TAB).

Light Weapons Letter: 'L'
Light Weapons rewards all player classes for kills with small arms and unscoped rifles. Players earn 3 XP per kill with a grenade, a Legshot, an Armshot or a Bodyshot and 5 XP per kill with a Headshot.

Level 1 Light Weapons: Improved use of Light Weapon Ammunition
When you respawn, your ammo load-out will include one extra clip of ammunition.

Level 2 Light Weapons: Faster Reload
Your familiarity with your weapons allows you to reload your weapons 35% faster.

Level 3 Light Weapons: Improved Light Weapon Handling
Your combat experience allows you to handle your weapons with greater ease; SMG spread is reduced by 35% while Pistol recoil is halved.

Level 4 Light Weapons: Dual-Wield Pistols
Your single-handed weapon slot now has the option of dual-wield akimbo pistols.


Battle Sense Letter: 'B'
Battle Sense is a bravery skill that rewards all classes for surviving combat.

Players gain ZERO points for each 30 seconds survived while 'Cold' i.e. not actively engaged in combat. You'll earn 2XP per 30 seconds while 'Warm' (you inflicted damage), 5XP per 30 seconds while 'Hot' (dealing AND receiving damage) and 8XP if 'Super-Hot' (killing and receiving damage).

Battle Sense Level 1: Issued Binoculars
Battle Sense Level 1 gives you a pair of Binoculars which can be used to reconnoiter enemy positions. Only Covert Ops can use Binoculars to spot Land Mines for their team-mates.

Battle Sense Level 2: Improved Physical Fitness
The powerful aerobic benefits of prolonged combat activity enable your Stamina bar to recharge at 160% of the normal rate.

Battle Sense Level 3: Improved Health
As a wily battle-hardened veteran, your combat expertise effectively increases your maximum Health by 15 points.

Battle Sense Level 4: Trap Awareness
Even if you're not a Covert Ops, you'll be able to sense enemy Land Mines without the aid of Binoculars. Any mines within a certain range will appear as translucent outlines in your field of vision. Unless you're a Covert Ops, you won't be able to spot them for your team-mates.


Heavy Weapons Letter: 'H'
This rewards players for kills with Heavy Weapons. Players of any class will earn 3XP for a kill using an Emplaced or Mounted MG. Soldiers earn 3XP for kills with the Mobile MG42, Panzerfaust, Flamethrower or Mortar. You earn 3XP whether the kill is due to explosive splash damage or a direct hit.

Heavy Weapons Level 1: Improved Projectile Resources
Your combat experience allows you to use your projectile weapons with greater ease. Firing a Panzerfaust or Mortar will now take 1/3rd less Power Bar than previously.

Heavy Weapons Level 2: Heavy Weapon Proficiency
Your technical know-how means that your overheating Emplaced or Mobile MG will cool at twice the normal rate.

Heavy Weapons Level 3: Improved Dexterity
You've been lugging heavy chunks of metal around the battlefield for so long, your speed penalty is now decreased. You will still be slowed when firing the Flamethrower, but when carrying it or your other weapons - your speed is now faster.

Heavy Weapons Level 4: Improved Weapon Handling
Such is your skill at toting weaponry, you are now able to handle a Light Weapon in one handed slot, freeing up the two handed slot for an alternate Heavy Weapon. This means you can now carry an SMG and a Mortar, for instance.


First Aid Letter: 'F'
This is a Medic-specific skill that rewards players for reviving team-mates and healing them with Health Packs. Medics earn 1XP each time they heal someone with a Health Pack and 4XP every time they revive another player with their Syringe.

First Aid Level 1: Medic Ammo
Medics receive an extra ammunition clip and grenade with their basic weapon load-out.

First Aid Level 2: Improved Resources
2 syringes extra max ammo, 2 extra on spawn plus Medic pack only takes 15% Power Bar instead of 25%

First Aid Level 3: Full Revive
Syringes now return fallen team-mates to full health.

First Aid Level 4: Adrenalin Self
To equip the adrenalin shot press the Special Weapon 1 key (5 by default) twice and then press the primary fire key to inject the Adrenaline syringe. Doing so will impart a temporary bonus in Health and Stamina. For 10 seconds you will only suffer half damage from any attack but your Stamina Bar will not decrease at all even if you are sprinting. This will give you the ability to rush into and out of strongly defended areas which may prove of critical tactical importance.


Engineering Letter: 'E'
This is an Engineer-specific skill that rewards players for constructing/demolishing objectives and the use of explosives. Engineers earn 3 XP for repairing a vehicle or MG. They also earn XP for constructing or destroying constructible objectives: 5XP for a 50% of Power Bar objective such as repairing an MG nest, 7.5 for a 100% Power Bar objective like repairing a tank and up to 10XP for destroying an Objective. Engineers also earn 3XP for a Rifle Grenade kill, 4XP for a Land Mine or Dynamite kill, 4XP for defusing an enemy Land Mine and 6 points for defusing enemy Dynamite.

Engineering Level 1: Improved use of Explosive Ammunition
Inventory includes four extra Rifle Grenade rounds and four extra Hand Grenades.

Engineering Level 2: Improved Dexterity
The experience of handling explosives in combat allows Engineers to arm and defuse Land Mines and Dynamite in half the time.

Engineering Level 3: Improved Construction and Destruction
The expertise of the veteran Engineer means that constructing and repairing objects and setting Dynamite or Land Mines uses 1/3rd less Power Bar charge than normal.

Engineering Level 4: Issued Flak Jacket
Only the most expert Engineers who have proven their ability to survive on the battlefield are issued with these expensive Flak Jackets which provides the player with 50% damage deflection from explosive weapons.


Signals Letter: 'S'
This is a Field Ops-specific skill that rewards players for killing enemy players or destroying objectives with Artillery or Air Strikes, and supplying team-mates with ammo packs. Field Ops earn 1XP for giving one of your team's players an Ammo Pack. You'll earn 3XP for every enemy player you kill with an Air Strike, 4XP for killing them with an Artillery Strike and 5XP for destroying an Objective with either.

Signals Level 1: Improved Resources
Your proven logistical efficiency is rewarded by access to Improved Resources. Every Ammo Pack you distribute will contain an extra magazine clip and issuing the Ammo Pack will only deplete your Power Bar by 15% instead of 25%.

Signals Level 2: Improved Signals
Your experience as a fire support observer gains you improved efficiency. Calling in an Artillery or Air Strike uses up only 2/3 of your Power Bar, allowing you to call in fire support more frequently than before.

Signals Level 3: Improved Air and Ground Support
Your expertise in identifying key enemy targets is rewarded by diverting more fire support resources to your designated targets. Each Air Strike now has two aircraft incoming and each Artillery Strike lasts twice as long.

Signals Level 4: Enemy Recognition
Your observational skill and battlefield experience now means that you can identify disguised enemy Covert Ops. Placing your cross-hairs over an Enemy infiltrator will result in a Disguised Enemy prompt and their location will be highlighted on your team's Command Map.


Covert Operations Letter: 'C'
This is a Covert Ops-specific skill group, which rewards players for reconnaissance, reporting battlefield intelligence, sabotage and Scoped Weapon skills. ANY player earns 5XP for kills with a headshot, 3XP for kills with a bodyshot, armshot or legshot. A Covert Ops will earn 3XP for each Land Mine spotted and 5XP for disguising themselves using an enemy uniform. You'll earn 5XP for every kill with a Satchel Charge and 7XP every time you use a Satchel Charge to destroy an Objective.

Covert Operations Level 1: Improved Use of Scoped Weapon Ammunition
Each Ammo Pack you get from a Field Ops or Ammo Cabinet includes one extra clip of ammunition for your Scoped Weapon

Covert Operations Level 2: Improved use of Sabotage and Misdirection
Your expertise allows you to use your Satchel Charges and Smoke Grenades more often: your Power Bar usage will be reduced by 1/3rd.

Covert Operations Level 3: Breath Control
Your mastery of the Sniper's art results in a 50% reduction in both recoil jump and weapon sway with Scoped Weapons.

Covert Operations Level 4: Assassin
Your expertise with the knife allows you an instant kill with any backstab.


Stats
The End Results show the best players from either team in each field of achievement in that map. Medals are awarded to a team's best player in each category. Medals are per team, End Results are overall.

Highest Fragger: most kills
Highest Experience: highest XP
Highest Ranking Officer: highest rank
Most Highly Decorated: most medals
Highest Battle Sense: highest Battle Sense
Best Engineer: Best Engineer
Best Medic: Best Medic
Best Field Ops: Best Field Ops
Best Light Weapons: Best Light Weapons
Best Soldier: Best Soldier
Best Covert Ops: Best Covert Ops
Highest Accuracy: Best ratio of shots fired to hits
I Ain't Got No Friends Award: Most team kills
Welcome Newbie: Lowest score under 100




The Medals System
Players on each team will be rewarded at the end of each match with Medals for outstanding performance. The best player in each class on each team will receive the class medal.

Highest Battle Sense (B)
Best Engineer (E)
Best Medic (F)
Best Field Ops (S)
Highest Light Weapons (L)
Best Soldier (H)
Best Covert Ops (C)



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Post by Lamma_smoker on Wed Aug 25, 2010 7:36 pm

Nice Disdain. You can also open the limbo menu and it will show your medals, and with a mousover will tell you their names.
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Post by Disdain on Wed Aug 25, 2010 9:13 pm

I was going to attach thumbnail photos of the medals by the description, but I can't figure out how to attach a photo. Surprised

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Post by jOn3z3y on Wed Aug 25, 2010 10:51 pm

Disdain wrote:I was going to attach thumbnail photos of the medals by the description, but I can't figure out how to attach a photo. Surprised


To upload them from your comp. Just click on the and navigate to where you have the pic saved. Then click "host it", then click the tab for "full size" and then allow access. Which will copy to your computers clipboard. Then right click on the screen where you want it and paste.

With links it's alot easier. Simply find the pic, click on it so it brings it up full size. Highlight the address in the address bar. Click on the button. Paste the address to it and click ok (you will want to make sure the cursors where you want it in the text box). Then your done.

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