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VIP Elimination
Objective
Kill enemy players to achieve 30-140 points for your team, with the aid of teammates and unlimited respawns
Time limit
None
Player settings
1v1 to 8v8 (2 to 16)
Popularity
Low
Maps
Brushwood

Cold Seed
Costa Recon
Deadly Dunes
Dredge
Death Room
Ghost Town
Grave Digger
Gray Hammer
Hallow Ravine
Junk Flea
Kill Creek
Neptune
Overdose
Oil Rig
Piazza
Power Surge
Pump Jack
Rattlesnake
Red Canyon
Roadkill
Rural Estate
Sand Hog
Sector 25
Short Fuse
Showdown
Slaughterhouse
Snow Valley
Two Towers
Vertigo
Warhead
Waverider
Death Row
Battle at City Center
Junk Flea 2
Lunar Labs
Quantum Labs
Water Strider

Crystal Tower
Released
Combat Arms Scheduled Update (07/31/13)
Edit

VIP Elimination retains most of the rules from Elimination: It's still your team against the enemy, and the first team to score the specified number of points wins. The difference is simple: not all kills are created equal.
  — Official Combat Arms website 

VIP Elimination is a team death match between Alpha and Bravo. To win, players must kill enemy players, at which point the team that has reached the point limit wins the match.

Overview

Two teams, Alpha and Bravo, have separate spawn points on different ends of a map. Players of either team then proceed to find and kill members of the opposing team, which nets their team a point towards winning the match. Players who have died respawn after five seconds (unless you have the ability relentless, which shortens it), and are granted a three second invulnerability to protect against spawn killing. Once the point limit is reached by one of the teams, the match ends and the team that reached the point limit first wins.

Depending on the number of players on each team of the match, the top 3 players on each team have a VIP status. Their death is worth more than a Non-VIP player. Below is the point scoring system.

  • Non-VIP: 1 Point per Kill
  • Bronze VIP: 3 Points per Kill
  • Silver VIP: 5 Points per Kill
  • Gold VIP: 7 Points per Kill

Committing suicide by jumping off high surfaces or killing oneself with explosives will not grant a player the First Kill accolade, but will still count as a death for the player.

The amount of points needed to win the round is set by the Room Moderator, and can be between thirty and one hundred and forty.

Trivia

Media

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