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A guide to using Lion on Consulate

■ Using Lion on Consulate Consulate is a large map with three floors, designed with a focus on roaming and rotations. It features long narrow hallways and gives attackers and defenders the opportunity to create far reaching sight lines. This map is also great for spawn peaking with many windows and doors leading to the different spawn points of the attackers.   Lion is a two speed, two armor operator offering a great weapon selection with a specialization in crowd control.   His gadget, the EE-ONE-D is a device that highlights any enemies that continue to move after a three-second warning. This scanning period lasts for several seconds forcing the defending team to remain where they stand unless they want to risk revealing their location. Their exact position can also be seen through walls and obstacles, making this particular type of scanning extremely useful. Don’t expect to actually reveal the locations of many enemies when using this gadget, rather think of it as a method of holding defenders in their current position allowing you and your teammates to move more confidently throughout the map. This gadget is especially useful if you have planted the defuser at a bomb site and you know defenders must now retake that bomb site. Using your EE-ONE-D device here makes this task immensely difficult for the defending team.   Lion the choice of using three primary weapons. The first is the V308 assault rifle. This weapon has a high level of recoil making it difficult to control. This weapon also features a 50 bullet drum magazine allowing you to suppress and pre-fire with confidence. The second option is the 417 Marksman Rifle. This is a single fire weapon that features a high damage output. A drawback to this weapon is the small magazine size. Regardless, this weapon is an excellent choice for long-range duels.   His third choice of weapon is the SG-CQB Shotgun. It is difficult to recommend this weapon as you will more than likely be facing most enemies at medium to long-range, however, if you want to have fun and rush with a shotgun, don’t let me stop you!   Lion has a choice between two secondary weapons. The first option is the P9 handgun which is a typical pistol and a solid backup weapon. The second option is the more atypical LFP586 magnum revolver. This weapon offers extremely high damage output at the expense of fire rate, recoil, and reload speed.   With Lion you can also choose to use stun grenades or claymores. Select whatever suits your play style.

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▲ The sites you will have to attack on Consulate.   ▶ In case, the site is located at '2F Consul Office ~ 2F Meeting Room' The Consul Office, or Bomb Site B, is a large room with a lot of windows, and one large door which has a view of the majority of the second floor. This site features a breakable wall that, when opened, has a view of the Exit Stairs, which you can your teammates can use to access this site.

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▲ These two windows look directly into Bomb Site B.

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▲ You can reach Bomb Site B using the Service Stairs.

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▲ Be cautious when using the Service Stairs, defenders may have created a kill hole as shown here.

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▲ Be careful on your approach to the bomb sites, defenders can peek from a multitude of windows.

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▲ You can use the Exit Stairs to get a sight line of Bomb Site B.

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▲ You can use Main Stairs to reach the top floor, however you will be quite exposed if you choose this route.

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▲ You can use this skylight to create an angle overlooking the Exit Stairs.   There is a connecting room between the bomb sites which has a breakable wall which can be opened by defenders to easily move between the sites. However you can counter this by opening the two windows that look into this room. By doing so you may be able to catch defenders as they traverse between the sites.

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▲ The Waiting Room is a small room between the sites.   The Meeting Room, Bomb Site A, is a square shaped room, featuring 3 breakable walls which, when opened, lead out to the Hallway, two windows that lead out to the Balcony which can be used by attackers to stand and engage their targets at range. If you decide to stand on this balcony just beware there is no cover here, and you are quite vulnerable to any nitro cells that get thrown out at you by the defending team. There are three stairwells that you and your team can use to reach the top floor. However this high number of stairways also provides defenders with excellent roaming opportunities.

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▲ Bomb Site A can be attacked directly from Balcony, however this is genarally a very risky strategy.   ▶ In case, the site is located at '1F Lobby ~ 1F Press Room' The Press Room, Bomb Site A, has two windows and a door facing the Exit Stairs mentioned earlier. Expect resistance on these stairs. There is also a hatch in this room that can be opened if you wish to apply pressure from above.

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▲ This window looks directly into Bomb Site A.   Connecting the two bomb sites is a long hallway, the Antechamber. This hallway also connects to a bathroom which can provide defenders with some additional cover, so expect opponents to be sheltering in this area. This bathroom has a breakable wall, which when opened, looks directly into Bomb Site A.   The Lobby, Bomb Site B, is a difficult site to defend, use this to your full advantage. There is a large door leading directly outside. Attackers can engage enemies from outside at long ranges and from behind cover. Use your superior long range weaponry to full effect. Attackers should also be mindful of a door on the opposite side of the room which opens up to Main Stairs. Entering the site from this angle is trickier as you will be more exposed to any defenders who are roaming. Trying to stay in this bomb site is difficult as it is near impossible to watch both of these angles by yourself.

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▲ The main entrance of the building looks directly into Bomb Site B. If you are planning on standing here to engage enemies inside, beware of getting peeked from the windows in view.

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▲ How the bomb sites are connected to one another.

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▲ This door can get you close to Bomb Site A, however, expect it to be heavily guarded.   ▶ In case, the site is located at 'B Archives ~ 1F Tellers' The first thing you will notice is that these sites are on a different floor! This certainly provides a unique challenge for defenders, and some good opportunities for attackers.   The Tellers room is a small room connected to the Visa Office, which has a door that opens to outside and to one of the attacker’s spawn points. Expect attackers to come bursting through this door. Defenders may stay in the Tellers Room and engage attackers through the windows, or venture out into the Visa Offices itself as there is ample cover in this location. The Visa Office also has hatches that lead to the Archives in the basement below. Gaining complete control of this location would put your teammates at a distinct advantage.

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▲ You can reach Bomb Site A by using this door, however it will be heavily guarded. Successfully breaching through this point of entry is extremely difficult.

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▲ The small Tellers Site with windows facing the Visa Office.

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▲ You can use this window to get an alternate view of Visa Office.   Along with the hatches there are two main staircases that allow operators to move between these sites. These are Main Stairs and Service Stairs. Successfully gaining control of both of these staircases for as long as possible will ensure a successful offensive round.

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▲ The stairs both lead to Locker Hallway which is close to Bomb Site B.

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▲ The Main Stairs can also be used to get in close proximity of Bomb Site B.   Archives, Bomb Site B, is a medium sized room with a lot of cover. There are three separate hatches that lead directly into this site, or very close to this site. You can also choose to open up the garage on the bottom floor in order to reach this site.

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▲ This room is littered with hatches in the ceiling above.   ▶ In case, the site is located at 'B Cafeteria~ B Garage' Garage, or Bomb Site B, is always a hotly contested site. Expect the garage doors to be opened, one way or another. The garage will certainly be reinforced, so the use of a hard breacher will be needed. If the defending team has a bandit, they will more than likely try “bandit tricking” this reinforced garage doors to prevent you and your teammates from gaining access easily. Defenders will be exposed to attackers looking in from the door and stairs which are in view from the garage doors.

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▲ If you plan on standing here and engaging defenders through the breached garage doors from this position you must be mindful of getting peaked from the two windows in view.

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▲ This door and associated stairwell lead directly into the garage. It will be heavily guarded.

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▲ How the bomb sites connect to one another   There is some cover in the garage in the form of different vehicles. Defenders may be taking cover behind the white truck inside of the garage. There is also a hatch which leads directly into garage, which defenders must be mindful of.

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▲ The Main Stairs lead to both bomb sites.

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▲ From Service Stairs you can see directly into Bomb Site A.   Cafeteria, or Bomb Site A, is s smaller site adjacent to the garage. It is separated by a breakable wall. There is not much cover in this site for defenders to hide behind. There is also hatch, and also a door leading to Service stairs which makes this site a difficult place to hold. Opening the hatch will allow you to see most of this site and apply pressure from above. If you can take control of this room it can make life extremely difficult for defenders, as they will have to essentially fight their way back in from the garage area.

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▲ The view from inside Bomb Site A.

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