catches rines, just like flies...
I am no specialist in web using, but here are some things I learned about this tool. Most of it is not news for veterans and some new players, but I saw web being misused so manny times that I had to write it, and I also ask for comments and contributions from you all. So:
* just because you have web it does not mean you have run to the nearest hive entrance and web it like Woody Woodpecker in that episode with the termites from Mars (remember, *you* are the alien here). And also think about the other gorges too, web is not like res, it is more like the evolution chamber order since you must take the team into consideration;
* to greater effect, you can use it near WoLs, in high marine traffic areas, in vents when there are lots of jpackers around, in marine start exits, and also when you see that lone vannilla marine, you can lay some webs where he is most likely to walk and spit him to death (without medspam he is toasted). Other than those is a risky bet;
* web is a good defensive tool but it shines when you purposedly to the frontlines and lay traps for marines so other kharra can kill them. Along with a lerk you can turn a corridor in a gas chamber. Just remember to never try to pull out the same trick right away or they will come back and grenade you to cs_italy;
* try to make the strands become invisible. Placed on the ground they will pass unnoticed 98% of the time. Or you can have both: put some at waist level in a doorway, then put some on the ground in front of the door. The marines will try to weld the visible strands and will be glued by the ones on the floor;
* don't let them breath! Put pressure on them! A strand will only slow them for 2 seconds, so if the marine stands still he will be free in that time and will shot you, but if you keep spitting him he may instinctivelly (?) try to break free by moving and get entangled in new strands for another 2 seconds and so on;
* if you get a kill by webbing a marine, don't hum on the mic the Spider Man's heme, it is rude. Use a wavefile
Thanks for your attention and I am waiting for you feedback.