In the past, battles were started with a “bang” and by “bang” I mean cannons, muskets, rifles, etc. As battle and war evolves we have learned to work under the stars and live under the darkness. What’s the point of working under the darkness if you can’t be quiet? Be as quick and as quiet as possible. Chaos starts with psychological warfare. Go in, take care of business quietly, get out and wait for your enemies friends to find the aftermath of your team being “quiet”… then you go “loud” on your enemies friends. By going “loud”… I mean going suppressed.
Start Quiet…Until you have to go loud
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