The Cheeser is a short-ranged light machine gun. It can only be used by Royal gunners and it is exactly the same as it's National counterpart, The Backscratcher. It is a popular weapon among the gunners. Many Nationals also bought it when pilfrered and stolen items were introduced. When super weapons were introduced The Super Cheeser became much more popular.
The Cheeser Gameplay Edit
The Super CheeserEdit
Golden Super CheeserEdit
Note: The Golden Super Cheeser could only be obtained with the 2012 Footbal Fiesta, as far as we know, the Golden Super Cheeser will never be released again.
Tactics and PlaystylesEdit
Due to its extremely short effective range and incredible effectiveness within that range, short-range MGs are best used with ambush tactics. Because the gunner is so slow, successful ambush tactics require efficient time management and skill synchronisation. The short-range MG's staggering rate of fire combines amazingly well with Frenzy Fire, which short-range MG users often invest heavily in to broaden their effective range. Gunners who use short-range MGs also tend to invest significantly in Leg-It, allowing them to close the range gap with players who use longer-ranged weapons. In fact, high-level Frenzy Fire and Leg-It make the short MG one of the most effective weapons for competitive play. This has resulted in the short-range MG gaining a negative reputation as being overpowered or a "noob" weapon.
Model and SoundEdit
- All Standard Weapons use the same model for the different ranges. The sounds, however, are different for each model. The Cheeser has the most rapid sound of all models, not just of machine guns, but of all weapons.
- The Royal close range MG, a.k.a. the 'Cheeser', can be considered the superior weapon to its National counterpart, the 'Backscratcher'. This is not due to a statistical difference, but rather a sound effect one - the Cheeser's firing sound is similar to a Minigun's, in that it is more so a loud roar than a distinct series of gunshots, while the Backscratcher's sound has more distinct shots. While all weapons have slower fire rates than their sounds would indicate, the Cheeser, already employing a staggering fire rate, sounds like it's firing remarkably faster than it actually is. This may make Royal gunners more effective at psychological warfare than their National counterparts.