Strategies for Heartbroken Scenario (MGS)

Mar 7, 2019
Strategies for Heartbroken Scenario (MGS)
  • Strategies for Heartbroken Scenario (MGS V2.1.12)

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    Recommended Buff Set Setup Part 1 (Scenario + Cupid Tank):
    • 10x Offensive Players
    • 3x Defensive Players
    • 4x Healer Players
    • 3x Support Players

    Recommended Buff Set Setup Part 2 (Heartbroken Tank):
    • 15x Offensive Players
    • 5x Healer Players
    • NOTE: Feel free to go defensive/support if you think it'll help out the team. You don't have to adapt to the recommended strategy here.

    Offensive: <top>

    Part 1: The Offensive Players should mainly focus on taking down the tanks that spawn. As for the Cupid Tank, you should keep your distance a bit away from the tank in case he decides to make you fall in love with it. Any of your weapons that you'd prefer using are the best bet for taking on the infected within this scenario overall.

    Part 2: When the Cupid Tank has been defeated, you are recommended to take on a non-tenacity buff set that involves the best use of your true damage buffs or rifles/shotguns which help to get the damage work done. You will be dying a lot anyway but do your best to help the other survivors out. If you can defibrillate many survivors back from the dead, it'll be helpful in ensuring the survival of your team.

    The Recommended Buff Set for Part 1 is up to you. The Recommended Buff Set for Part 2 is below!

    Recommended Offensive Buff Set

    Defensive:

    Part 1: The Defensive Players should mainly focus on taking on the aggro of the infected and defending the damage taken from them for the survivors. When the Cupid Tank spawns, you can get 1 survivor to aggro him and fall in love so he doesn't get any other survivors affected. However, you should let the another survivor aggro him so the tank can't continue focusing the in love survivor. As for the super hug, you can get any non-tenacity survivor to take the hit so no one dies to it.

    Part 2: With the Heartbroken Tank, your defenses will get corroded anyway, so it's useless to defend against the tank. However, that doesn't mean you can't help with aggroing the tank away from other players, especially if a certain fury ability is happening inbetween. You may end up dying more often than the average survivor as a result of your aggro sacrifices for the team.

    The Recommended Buff Set for Part 1 is up to you. The Recommended Buff Set for Part 2 is below!

    Recommended Defensive Buff Set

    Healer: <top>

    Part 1: The Healer Players should mainly focus on healing any survivors low on health and resurrecting any dead survivors back to life. When the Cupid Tank spawns, you should aim for keeping the number of survivors alive at a high amount so the tank cannot keep regenerating its missing HP back often. One other thing you can do is to heal off the love bad status effect from all affected survivors to help cope with keeping up with the damage on the tank.

    Part 2: When the Cupid Tank has been defeated, you are recommended to take on a non-tenacity buff set that involves you healing other nearby survivors with your regeneration buffs and resurrecting as many dead survivors as possible. Keep yourself alive often, as it can be the difference between all survivors surviving or dying to the tank.


    The Recommended Buff Set for Part 1 is up to you. The Recommended Buff Set for Part 2 is below!

    Recommended Healer Buff Set

    Support:

    Part 1: The Support Players should mainly focus on taking down the Common and Special Infected as they spawn. When the Cupid Tank spawns, you can either continue to do your current task, or help out with killing the tank. Additionally, you can provide the other survivors with some help in healing/resurrecting survivors as well as curing off that love bad status effect. If you don't want to get involved with the tank, then be sure to spread out away from it.

    Part 2: When the Cupid Tank has been defeated, you are recommended to take on a non-tenacity buff set. Despite that, if you want to help out with killing the CI and SI that spawn then try not to get damaged by the tank or it's fury abilities. You can still help out the other survivors with damaging or healing/resurrecting when it comes to the tank though.


    Recommended Support Buff Set

    Recommended Strategy Overall: <top>

    Part 1: It is recommended to keep the number of alive survivors above 15 players. Just make sure you do resurrect any dead survivors often when the Cupid Tank is alive to keep up with the damage dealt. This requirement is a bit stricter than other scenarios since the Heartbroken Tank can be considered not an easy tank to defeat. Try not to have any more than 4 perma dead survivors by the end of part 1 if you want to have a good chance of killing the Heartbroken Tank later on.

    Part 2: It is recommended that you resurrect any survivor that dies during the Heartbroken Tank fight, no matter who it is. This ensures that if you do end up dying yourself, you won't have to worry about the rest of the survivors surviving and can be resurrected back quickly as well.


    Things to keep in mind:
    • Before the scenario has started, move over all the weapons, throwables and health items to the smaller house within the kitchen area so you have better access.
    • Recommended Place: For most tanks it is alright to fight them either indoors/outdoors depending on your strategy. However the outside space by the road is the recommended place for the survivors to fight in since you will have plenty of space to move around should any dangerous AOE tanks spawn in. This also applies for the Cupid Tank that spawns in later.
    • Recommended Place to fight Heartbroken Tank: Small house (Indoor Method) or outside around the main house (Outdoor Method).
    • You don't have to worry about any ammo piles in this scenario since you can find 3 within this map: 1 inside the main house on the 2nd floor, 1 outside by the entrance of a house on the left, 1 inside the smaller house in the kitchen area.

    Ways to do this Scenario:

    This is for when the survivors must do something in order to start the scenario through 1 way or another way. It could be the choice to do something or not to do something or it could be time related. Whatever you decide to do within this scenario as to the choice will affect how difficult the scenario will be.

    No choices needed to be made...