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  • Halowee
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    Claymore is essentially at the position as a filler secondary, its existence is like a disappointment of an op’s kit, but overall, the gadget mechanism works and fits the game imo. In my experience, there is a dilemma of using claymore: weather to place it early, defensively or keep it until a better chance and/or positioning coming up later in the round, technically the dilemma can be solved by the retreating feature that is defaulted in the game, but realistically it is not often feasible to retreat and replace a claymore, and I don’t think the dilemma as a challenge is something can be viewed as rewarding or encouraging if one tried to tackle the limited nature of the gadget.
    How about this:
    Now an op can have 3 claymores, but only the last placed would be active. Halfway through the interaction with a placed claymore, it will switch on or off and make a sound, if one is turned off (possibly retreated) and there is a previously placed one, the last one will auto-activate with sound cues.
    This way, as a round progresses, an attacker can make a much interesting decision whether to replace a claymore immediately or have the last one stays active, the process of replacing can even be reversed as long as the claymores are placed and not yet destroyed or retreated, new choices and new chances!

    Lore: how does a R6 claymore work? Well, they have interconnection and remote charging capability, but most batteries are uncharged and remote connection is off for reasons of safety and hiding, technically once the safe are off, and then the team can charge a claymore remotely, the claymore requires only little energy for target recognition and ignition, with surplus one can transfer energy to the next in the web, quickly activate the whole minefield. However, in the Siege competition setting, there is only minimal energy charged to the whole 3-claymore system for 1 to activate at a given time, resulting in some tactical decisions waiting to be made by an op. 😊

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  • tmtra5
    4 posts

    The claymore is okay it is used to prevent run outs and flanks and are a really good secondary gadget but on some maps it is completely useless

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  • HadesOrso9288_
    162 posts

    @tmtra5 Not entirely true, because the placement and angle you put the claymore also matters, so if you put them in a spot where they're noticeable then yes, that's when they become useless but if you get creative and put them in spots that are hard/impossible to notice then that's when they become useful. And @Halowee there's absolutely no reason to even give the claymore a buff like that, when placement is everything when it comes to claymores

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