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Cliff Allister McLane
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I think that two normal threads are harder to handle as one serious thread. Because of that the soundtracks with many serious threads are easier. Your opinion?
 
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Brian M
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Depends. Sometimes with two normal threats you can quickly take out one, then comfortably move on to the next. A serious threat is more likely to take you attention longer, making it harder to focus on other threats. And some of the serious threats are VERY nasty!

I'd say serious and two normal threats are fairly well balanced.
 
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Dergel wrote:
I think that two normal threads are harder to handle as one serious thread. Because of that the soundtracks with many serious threads are easier. Your opinion?


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Really depends on the threat. I'd take any two regular threats over the Psionic satellite on the track where it crosses X prior to reaching distance 2, especially if its in white zone.
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Dergel wrote:
I think that two normal threads are harder to handle as one serious thread. Because of that the soundtracks with many serious threads are easier. Your opinion?
agree. if we have a soundtrack that produces only regular threads, we always replace the last 2 of them by one serious threat.
 
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