Phantom Doctrine KGB Campaign Part 3 Infiltration

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Playing Phantom Doctrine - an XCOM style game set in 1983 during the Cold War. Phantom Doctrine is an alternate history game, in which you control a secret organization dedicated to fighting a global conspiracy. Phantom Doctrine lets you play as either a CIA or KGB operative, and unlock a third, new game plus protagonist. Phantom Doctrine features both tactical gameplay as well as a strategic layer.

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Hi! My name is Marbozir and Ive been running a gaming channel since 2011. I enjoy many different genres, but I always had a soft spot for strategy games, so youll find a lot of them on my channel. The videos I make range from short series, where I check out new games that interest me, through long series focused on games I especially enjoy (including high difficulty level playthroughs), to completely random one-offs, occasional multiplayer series, old games and more. I like sarcasm and dry humor, so youll probably find some of that in my videos too!
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Eduardo... Man pls cool down, you are playnig like xcom but this game need strategic thinkin.
Holydud... Lol you are like where is the camera. It literally had it pointing at it for you. Still you eventually found it which is good
Kaito N... Omg that fake sabotage scene was face palm AF ?
Augustu... Greaves had enough health, that she could have walked in and did a takedown on the agent. Perfectly silent, and you wouldn't have to fight your way out.
Milambe... In my informer rescue mission i was able to rescue the informer without the alarm going of but the second obj was taking out the hitman wich had a higher hp by 1 than my agents so no takedown and his ability was to be able to survive 1 lethal attack so still had some work taking him down. since your mission was capture or take out you must have had an option to stabilize and pickup the enemy agent for more intel from the capture.
Nyanko ... Not enouth PD! More PD! Hate watching series as ongoing, wating is killing me (((
Anders ... Agents can breach through the same door, no need to spread them over several doors.
PoDH... A Yakuza with LMG that sounds really cool.
Aliasal... One thing I've taken to doing in these types of missions is to start as far away from the objective as possible so I can rob the place on the way to the target.

Oh and I found out in my last mission that you can freely open the door to a room with an agent without alerting them as long as you're in cover next to the door rather than standing in the doorway like a fool (which I totally never did, shut up!). It'll let you peek in and get an idea of what's in the room before you breach or let you decide if you want to capture them instead. Greaves will be good for agent takedowns with her higher HP, that agent you had here was the highest HP I've seen so far at 90. Its obviously harder to kidnap them but it's definitely worth it strategically.
Alexand... He seem to forgot about his tactical spotter he could have takedown the guy down the stair by knowing its position
Gg Fdd... Seems fun so far
stars n... ha, that was a quick cleanup :p awesome work!
David W... @ Marbs: You need to be proficient in a pistol / weapon to use mods like suppressors. In addition to that, sending more agents than required to recon missions eliminates the risks of being ambushed. Hovering over a person shows the direction they're going to move on the next turn. :)
Anthony... Indigo is my wife