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When you revive someone in TDM, and they get killed again, will this count as another kill for the opposite team?

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In TDM and SQDM, when you revive someone, kill gets reverted. Kill counter of the team/squad which killed him goes down. If they kill him again, counter goes up to the same number as before revive.

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Thanks, this makes the medic not completely useless in deathmatch :) –  Jesse van Assen Jan 7 '12 at 13:37
    
Does only the ticket get reverted, or the kills invidiual gets as well? –  Bora Jan 7 '12 at 13:59
    
@Bora player stats never go down, except for like accuracy. –  Mr Smooth Jan 7 '12 at 16:33
    
@Bora I've never played TDM or SQDM, but in CQ your death-counter gets increased only after 5 seconds of revive-time. However, when you are killed in the vehicle or you are out of the combat zone, the counter is increased immediately. –  Olegs Jeremejevs Jan 7 '12 at 17:04
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@SSumner: not quite accurate, as deathmatch modes do run on kill count, not ticket count. As for revive mechanics, also doesn't seem correct, as by that logic if someone gets headshot from tank cannon, should be unrevivable, while actually you can revive them. –  vartec Jan 9 '12 at 15:58
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