Oooh, I never thought of doing that. I'll try have to try sometime.
Grievous sounds cool in theory, but I find his mechanics very lacking. His movement is clunky and his saber range is pretty limited in my experience. I find Maul, with his acrobatics and double-bladed 'saber, to be much more effective.
Wait, really, they did this? I have't played BFI as much, so I wouldn't know. Do you have a video of it happening?
It's too bad there wasn't a Sarlaac in BFII (even though a new version of the Dune Sea map would have been great with the revised vehicle mechanics).
I had two strategies:
Spawn as an Engineer and use a Republic Fighter Tank to ward off all the incoming droids in front of the main gate. When the gate came down, I would retreat into the "base" and blast away at the bottle necked droids.
Spawn as a Heavy Trooper (while making sure to have "Friendly Fire" off) and go around dropping mines in front of the tank droids. Since you can't get damaged by the mines, you can just walk up to vehicles and blow them up one-shot.
Oh gosh, yes. You couldn't use regular blasters on the Jedi because they would almost always deflect them.
I remember trying to make my way through the green-walled data center without turning a corner and getting stabbed by a Jedi...
But the Jedi are too fast for explosives like that. I was never able to line up my shots/drop mines in the right place. How did you do it?
Isn't he kinda hard to control though?
What other maps besides the Death Star would this work on?
Oh man, I was never able to do that.