goddamneverynameistaken
6 years ago
4 weeks ago
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So, after looking after a lot of meme tactics, the ones designed to try to break the ME without care for realism of the tactic or the sort, I noticed a few things (and I'm not judging meme tactics or those who use them, do your thing)

But what I noticed were a lot of running themes in them and was curious why come of these combinations would potentially be more effective than they "should" be?

Some popular combinations:
- WIngbacks behind Wingers
- Shadow Striker + Advanced Forward
- All BPDs for center backs

I also notice a TON of instructions in them (play out of defense, run at defense, work into box, etc). I assume these are more done to try to be busy and "confuse" the AI, but that's just speculation

Just curious why some unusual combinations are what works so well for cheesing, or if it's simply because they Are unusual combinations and thus are harder for a ME to account for?
mons
14 years ago
47 minutes ago
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I can't really help, but what are meme tactics and what does cheesing mean? Help an old man out
kingrobbo
11 years ago
1 hour ago
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I can't really help, but what are meme tactics and what does cheesing mean? Help an old man out


You and me both πŸ€“
goddamneverynameistaken
6 years ago
4 weeks ago
12
Cheesy/Meme tactics are ones that don't care how realistic the tactics are/would be, just tries to screw with the ME to get the results. Like you'd want fullbacks behind wingers, but wingbacks behind them work better on FM, so the meme tactics use wingbacks

Popular examples of meme tactics are honestly Knapp's. No offense to him, he's good at making them, but they'd designed with cheesing the ME in mind more than anything else

Just curious what makes the common meme tactic pairings so effective compared to how you'd expect them to function (SS+AF for another example)
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