So I was talking to Destroyer today about barracks and effective ways of taking them down. I was pretty surprised that when I talked to him he couldn't really see the benefits of the rax cover - BE's ridges and NF's old boxes, because he wouldn't usually be up close and personal to the target. I thought this was pretty strange, since while of course there's a straight clash between forces near a rax, there's also a lot of situations where you come up to a barracks that is sparsely populated, and taking it down often changes the direction of the game. Though I'm not really talking about ninja attacks, but rather the second front of the battle. The areas that usually get disregarded and left open after a while. I just thought I'd ask around whether a lot of people still find themselves in this kind of situation. Where they're closing in on a rax and only have about 10-30s or so to take it down. Where they're hiding amongst cover to get another 5s to take down the vital building. Or, if most or half the people never find themselves in that kind of scenario. If it's just something they wouldn't do, for whatever reason. Be that that they might die (quickly), or it won't work, or if they think focusing on the spawning infantry would be a better way to go, etc. And also if you find yourself in that situation, how useful is the cover generally? Negligible, lifesaving or somewhere in between?