A term used in MMORPG's in multiple forms.
v: To provoke a mob (enemy or hostile NPC) to attack you by entering its aggro range. The aggro range (or radius) is the zone around the mob which, if entered, will cause it to attack without provocation.
n: Used to describe the attention of a mob, or its current target. In group fights, the Tank is supposed to "hold aggro" by keeping the mobs focused on him. To "have aggro" is to currently be the target of a hostile mob. Aggro is also sometimes used interchangeably with the term Threat when referring to the DPS.
I got too close to the boss and I aggro'd him by accident, so I had to bubble.
The tank couldn't hold aggro and the group wiped.
The healer has aggro. Pally, pull that aggro off the healer.
That Lock is pulling too much aggro, he needs to back off the DPS.
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The terminology used when a nigga is going broke. When the nigga reaches empty he has no choice but to head home until his tank is refilled.
That nigga should haven't been ballin out at all dem clubs last night, now his pockets on gas light and he doesn't even have a quarter tank left to get home.
Low Explosive Limit. Explosive Limits The range of concentrations (% by volume in air) of a flammable gas or vapor that can result in an explosion from ignition in a confined space. Usually given as Upper and Lower Explosive Limits (see UEL and LEL).
The LEL meter was downstream of the methanol tank.
The P90 (Project 90) is a SMG, part of the PDW (Personel Defense Weapon). It uses 5.7x28mm round, which looks like a scaled down 5.56 NATO round. There are a lot of discusions about the efficiency of this ammo, because of it's size. But still it can pierce through any type of military vest, at the range of 100-200m. It's ergonomic and can be used by both left and right hand. It uses a bullpup layout, so it's compact, and it's quite light - about 2,2kg. The results show it's quite acurate too.
The P90 has an interesting design, and ejects the spent cases in the back of the weapon. It uses quite an interesting and big magazine, which in the end aligns the round with the reciever.
The P90 is issued for tank personel, artillrey personel, etc., and is used with the Five seveN handgun, wich uses the same kind of ammo
The eighty eight was a weapon in the German army in World War Two. Actually an anti-aircraft weapon firing an 88 mm shell, the 88 had a major advantage in range over many Allied artillery pieces. German gun crews fighting in the Spanish Civil war turned the gun on approaching tanks that had broken through their lines - unsure how effective they would be. Germans quickly converted the gun to anti-tank use, putting the gun into their vaunted Tiger Tanks. Allied tanks were knocked out before they were able to get close enough to use their weapons. The eighty eight had a self ejecting shell and were deployed in numerous configurations including tanks, self propelled guns, and a four legged gun that was towed behind a vehicle. They were less effective at close range.
The German eighty eight picked off the Allied tanks before they could get into range.
A unit in Advance Wars Duel Strike that utterly dominates the field. Its weaknesses are its low ammo capacity and short movement range. With Neotank and APC support, 2 or three Megatanks will quickly conquer the filthy Black Hole Army
WTF? That megatank just sank my cruiser!
Grunts are U.S. Army soldiers. The word "Grunt" is used in a similer fashion to "Jarhead" for the Marine Corps.
In recent times, Grunt is used to refer to an Army soldier of the combat arms branches, being Infantry ("Grunt"), Armor ("Tanker"), and Cavalry Scout ("Girl Scout") although it is still understood to mean the Army in general.
At that last range, the Grunts practiced marksmanship. We did paperwork.