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As an experienced SL, everything in this guide is so spot on and is certainly representative of a very senior veteran of the SL kit. There is something that feels good about taking the kit nobody wants, but everyone needs.
situational awareness use of map is a must.. take cover when doing so.
Retreat is no bad thing... I like to send out a couple up front to scout then bring them back and draw enemies into the rest of the squad.
Dont rush back into contact in exactly the same place you have just been wiped out.... so many SLs do this.. funnily enough you end up witht he same result.
if your not superfobbing dont build sandbags around your fob area.. although this is going to be obsolete in the next patch with the spawn and fob point.
Dont leave your rally in the same place as a fob.. if fob found your rally will be too.
Be ready to explain your decisions to your squad... there are a lot of back seat SLs who never SL but tell everyone else how to do it... so be prepared to explain your decisions, and take responsibility when they go wrong.. nothing bad about saying you screwed up.