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Welcome to SWAT: Aftermath Wiki!

Contributors: Please start reading here! We're revamping this wiki and making it useful.
The formatting guide is here.

This wiki is being developed with the primary aim of sharing strategies and techniques for all levels of the game. It will reference the SWAT main page for any hard data, but anything else is welcome here.

The Navigation bar on the left will be the easiest means of moving about the wiki. Searching for material (just above the navigation bar) will also be useful. There are three main sources of information on SWAT. If you're looking for statistics or hard numbers SWAT main page is where you want to look. For discussion about SWAT, questions you might have or replays to watch, head to the official SWAT Forums . If you're looking for strategies, tactics, good ways to use certain abilities or good build ideas, this is where you want to look.

New Players

There are guides on this site with information about how to play specific characters, unfortunately many of them are horribly out of date. Once this project gets off the ground, you should be able to find information on how to play each class and support unit on their respective pages. The following links will help you get started.
  • Classes of SWAT.
  • Creating a Balanced Class Call
  • Objectives, and how to complete them.
  • Enemies in SWAT, and how to deal with them.
  • How to post replays.
  • Information for reaching the SWAT community by VOIP (Skype, Ventrilo, Teamspeak).
  • Common terms you need to know to be able to communicate with your team and not sound like a newb.

The most important information you will ever learn about SWAT is this: SWAT is a cooperative game. Listen to players more experienced than you. Take advice, but don't be afraid to try out new strategies for yourself. Skilled players will always know what does work but don't believe anyone when they tell you something doesn't work. Play lower difficulties to try out new ideas and to help players less skilled than you get better at the game. Most importantly, don't forget to level your nanites and toggle them off and back on after each level!

You can help contribute by identifying areas that might be lacking information. All you need to do is sign up for an account and post in the discussion on the suggestions page.**

Advanced Players, Editors

Depending on your skill with the game, a lot of this information may seem like common knowledge. Because there is always room for improvement, check around some and look at some of the information that players have left. Give it a shot and see if it might improve your game. If you have a technique for using a particular class, feel free to join the wiki and share that information. The more skilled and versatile the players in the community are, the more successful games there will be.

The toolbar on the left side has a Recent Changes link, second from the top. Use this page to keep track of changes to all pages. The page also has tabs along to top; use the Discussions tab to follow all recent discussion threads.

Game created by redscull
Continued Development of the game by NmdSnprEnigma
Official website: http://redscull.com/swat/readmeafter.html
Official forum: http://redscull.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=1
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