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ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsThere's a hot new Battle Royale game that has been the talk of the town and we've been playing the game ever since its release. It's called 'Apex Legends' and the game is free-to-play across all platforms. Just like the any other Battle Royale game, you need to know a few tips and tricks in order to win a match. 'Apex Legends' has nuances that make it different from any other Battle Royale game out there. You need to know your abilities and different types of guns for different situations. Here are a few tips and tricks you need to know to secure that win in Apex Legends. Loot Is Important © YouTube No matter what you do, loot is the most important thing in any Battle Royale game. Make sure you grab the Armour, Helmet, weapon and ammo. Do not pick unnecessary items that you don't need as inventory space is more important than anything in this game. Have Enough Ammo Ammo is scarce and your guns will burn through ammo faster than you would expect. Make sure you always have enough ammo for your primary weapon. Use Your Ability Whenever You Can © MensXP Abilities in Apex Legends recharge very quickly and you should use it whenever you need it. For example, if you play 'Lifeline', always call in the drop as it has upgraded armour pieces or shield cells. If you play Bloodhound, make sure you use your ability to scan the area whenever you are unsure of your surroundings. Abilities will give you an upper hand in the game and we cannot stress enough how important it is to use abilities at the right time. Replenish Your Shields First © YouTube If you get damaged, always replenish your shield first as it is your primary health. It only takes 3 seconds to fill up each bar whereas a sunrise takes five seconds. Enemy's Armour Are Undamaged After you kill someone, always check for new armour in the box/body. It is best to switch to a new armour as it is faster than restoring it with 'Shield Cells'. After a gunfight, just pick up an enemy's armour instead as it is undamaged in his box. The Ping System Is An Essential Tool © YouTube You can communicate with your teammate without uttering a single word. That's because the ping system in Apex Legends is one of the best we've ever seen. You can ping weapons, armour, enemies and point out loot without saying a word. This removes the language barrier amongst random players and is probably the most essential tool in the game. Don't Waste Ammo On Downed Players © Respawn Entertainment If you've downed an enemy, it's best not to waste your ammo on finishing the job. If the coast is clear, you can use a finisher to kill the enemy which essentially helps you save ammo. You can also use them as bait to help you finish remaining squad members. Slide When Going Downhill © YouTube The game has no fall damage which makes it easier for you to traverse the map. You can even slide down a slope which can be used to dodge enemy fire and to find cover. It's also faster than running down a slope.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsThere's only one NBA player who didn't play in the unbeatable Boston Celtics of the 60s and still won 7 NBA championships, Robert Horry. What's more, he achieved this unique feat with 3 different NBA teams, proving his clutch shooting was quite valuable indeed. © Getty Images We got an opportunity to have a chat with Robert and made sure to ask him questions every basketball fan in India would want to know the answers to. Here's how it went: Who's the best player you've ever stepped onto an NBA court with? There are so many great players I've had the privilege of playing with like Hakeem Olajuwon, Shaquille O'Neal, Kobe Bryant, Clyde Drexler, Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, I played with a lot of great players. It's not a fair question to be asked because my bias is always going to lean towards Hakeem Olajuwon because he's the guy who took me under his wing when I was just a rookie and helped me to understand basketball on and off the court. It was a professional relationship, it was a personal relationship and I still talk to him today and I'm very appreciative of the things he taught me. © Getty Images How many hours does a professional basketball player need to train? It depends on your body. How your body holds up and the things that your body is capable of doing. There's no specific time period. It's just what you want to do personally and what's your body's ability to allow you to do. How often were you allowed cheat meals during the NBA season? I came up during a different era. You pretty much ate what you want. For me, being as skinny as I was, I was allowed to eat anything because I would drop 10-15 pounds during the season and to maintain my weight, they just let me eat whatever I wanted to. But, this day and age, there's a new technology and new knowledge of what goes into your body and how you treat your body. So, it's amazing how these guys have taken it to a whole new level where they can manipulate their food and create a perfect basketball machine. How important is it to be tall in the NBA – is it a misconception? It definitely is a misconception that people have about all NBA players being tall. Yes, three-fourths of them are tall but there is another one-fourth that isn't tall. I think if you have the heart and you have the desire to play the game, you can take it to the next level. It has nothing to do with your height. You can look at guys that have come and gone like Anthony "Spud" Webb and Tyrone "Muggsy" Bogues. These guys were not even 6 feet tall and they had a great career in the NBA. © Getty Images 7 Championship rings. Three different teams. Which was the most memorable? Also, which was the toughest? They were all tough. But, I think the '95 Championship with the Houston Rockets is the most memorable because of the team we beat. Not having home court advantage, we were able to win back-to-back championships and overcome a lot.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsCricket needs no introduction in India. The country's obsession with the sport can be ascertained from the fact that cricket is often labelled as a religion in this part of the world. Thus, it's quite understandable to see the likes of Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni enjoying unmatched spotlight. But, while the cricketers continue to enjoy their demigod status, one woman has managed to carve her own niche in the country's beloved sport. Mayanti Langer has established herself as one of the most recognised faces in a sport that is dominated by men. With her unique insights and exceptional analysis on the game, the 33-year-old has managed to create her own fan-following. For someone who aspired to be a graphic designer, Mayanti has surely come a long way to dominate the gentleman's game with her TV shows. But, despite her skills in front of the camera and great understanding of the game, she is still not immune to sexism - something that continues to infest various sports. Constantly criticised for her looks and attire, Mayanti has often been subject to trolls on social media. © Instagram/@mayantilangerofficial In fact, she recently revealed how she dealt with body shaming and sexism that has been a persistent problem in her glamorous field. Speaking her mind on an episode of Miss Field, she said: "I don't think it [body shamming] was that significant till last year's ICC Champions Trophy. So, I got trolled badly for my lungi skirt. It was hilarious because I myself was laughing at the memes. Yes, I became a meme". Talking to the show's anchor Shibani Dandekar, she also spoke about an article that was aimed at her wardrobe. "There was an article written about me, about wearing 5-inches heels and wearing skirts and wearing sleeveless and wearing this and why can't I wear Indian clothes and why can't I wear pants and suits and I'm like, what's your problem if I want to wear 5-inches heels? Because I'm comfortable in them," she said. "No one has forced me to wear them and that is my choice. And I just felt that – this is the biggest problem! I was like the guys are just going to comment on the length of the skirt because they have nothing better to do. The woman is analysing 'why is she wearing 5-inch, isn't this more practical?',” Mayanti added. So, how do you tackle such annoying situations? Well, Mayanti tackled fire with fire. “So this IPL, I did everything, we wore pants, we wore suits, we wore blazers, we wore mini-skirts, we wore dresses, we wore every single thing and it didn't make a difference," she claimed. © Instagram/@mayantilangerofficial Apart from being policed over her body and outfits, Mayanti has also faced criticism and continues to get trolled heavily every time her husband Stuart Binny fails to perform on the cricket field. From being labelled as 'too good' for Binny to attracting heinous tags including 'gold digger', Mayanti has undoubtedly faced it all. But, while her cricketing skills might not be up to the mark, this woman is still more than capable of hitting the trolls for a six with her 'devil may care' attitude.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogSwitzerland´s Roger Federer returns against South Africa´s Kevin Anderson during their men´s singles quarter-finals match on the ninth day of the 2018 Wimbledon Championships. Photo: AFP LONDON: Roger Federer suffered a stunning Wimbledon...