Greetings, it's me Abominas, or "****ing fag camper" archer man. When my good mouse broke last year, I had to use a really bad bluetooth mouse for everything. Really spazzy, and it adjusted signal strength in the middle of my mouse pad, freezing for half a second. It was terrible, I couldn't play aggressively as archer anymore. I got pretty good at running away like a bitch. While I was camping, I learned how to shoot "arcs:" Spoiler (that's what this guide is about) --Arcs--When I say "arc", I'm referring to a half-charged arrow, or "half-shots" as they're called in KAG. Arcs are so rarely used because of KAG's counter-intuitive arrow trajectory. Arrows aren't affected by gravity for the first second or so of their flight. Still, it's possible to learn how to land almost every shot. For hitting a target at the same height as you, the rule of thumb is to aim at the top of the screen, slightly less than halfway between you and your target. Spoiler I keep my eye on the target and use my peripheral vision to aim halfway between. Practice on trees, flowers, anything on varying heights until you can "feel" what the right aim is. Spoiler You can use the "Save the Princess" mode to practice: Eventually you will be able to hit the same target while moving! Spoiler Don't worry, you don't need this kind of accuracy in a real game. You just need to be able to predict generally where an arc will land so that you can use them for zoning and combos. -When to use Arcs-In a real match, you won't only use arcs to get kills. You'd get nowhere. You have to combo: If an enemy is camping in a hard to reach spot, shoot an arc to hit them. Immediately start charging your next shot. If the arc misses, you'll still have caused them to move. The arc acts as your covering fire. If the arc hits, the enemy will probably be "shocked" from your amazing LeBron Kobe shot that you just made, so finish them off. Spoiler In this combo, the "archer" is camping on the left tree. Other uses: -If a knight is chasing you, they will most likely be shield surfing at you to catch up. Aim an arc that will land close to you, then grapple away. Best case, the knight runs right into the arrow. Or, he'll wait until the arc hits the ground, during which time you can escape. -Use arcs to zone enemies. If you're fighting an archer around a loop in the terrain, aim an arc that will land on the other side. You'll force the archer to avoid, hopefully grappling and losing his shot. -Aim a few arcs at a fighting group. Knights don't expect to have to shield their heads. I'm not saying go and camp like me. I'm trying to play more aggressively now that I've got a new mouse. Ironically, you should use arcs to take out campers. If more people could aim arcs, I wouldn't have camped nearly so well in tdm. Have fun!