AFTERLIFE

by Zealot, Feb 27, 2021

pipo said: What does this strategy require for two wingers and two midfielders?

what do you mean?

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Zealot said: what do you mean?

I suppose he means what kind of player for these positions.

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ZaZ said: I suppose he means what kind of player for these positions.

Bro, you're here

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@pipo, I find for this tactic regular wingers work fine for the ML-MR and for the MCL-MCR you need creative midfielders. In general, I follow this table for the attributes - https://fm-arena.com/table/9-important-attributes/

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Zealot said: @pipo, I find for this tactic regular wingers work fine for the ML-MR and for the MCL-MCR you need creative midfielders. In general, I follow this table for the attributes - https://fm-arena.com/table/9-important-attributes/

ok

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should i set tatic mentality to Cautions when i play with top 6 or bigger team? i'm with Brighton now and did not get a really good result with a higher team. Tks Zealot. Appreciate your support.

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Khang said: should i set tatic mentality to Cautions when i play with top 6 or bigger team?

I wouldn't recommend to do that.

Khang said: i'm with Brighton now and did not get a really good result with a higher team. Tks Zealot. Appreciate your support.

check this - https://fm-arena.com/thread/1076-my-tactic-doesn-t-work-help-me-please/

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I like this tactic a lot, the shape is really elegant.

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Yes, this tactic is probably my favorite of the top options on the table right now. I've played quite a bit with Zaz Blue, Void, and my own Cyclops tactics, and dabbled with some of the others like Phoenix. Anything in the high 6s or 7s is going to be really successful, and it's hard with the eye test alone to see what's best. But 1 thing that most of the top tactics have in common is that the goals "mostly" come from players in the middle of the pitch, and wide players are mostly there for supporting play.

Afterlife plays very differently, with the two WMs contributing nearly as many goals as the Shadow Strikers up top. It just feels really different and varied when compared to other top choices. My own complaint is the "very narrow" instruction, which sometimes leads to 6 players all crammed into a small space and a lot of blocked shots...but I think it's definitely better than the alternative here, and if the players are creative and smart enough it can lead to some really attractive quick passes/combinations. It's a really fun tactic to watch.

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dakiri said: Yes, this tactic is probably my favorite of the top options on the table right now. I've played quite a bit with Zaz Blue, Void, and my own Cyclops tactics, and dabbled with some of the others like Phoenix. Anything in the high 6s or 7s is going to be really successful, and it's hard with the eye test alone to see what's best. But 1 thing that most of the top tactics have in common is that the goals "mostly" come from players in the middle of the pitch, and wide players are mostly there for supporting play.

Afterlife plays very differently, with the two WMs contributing nearly as many goals as the Shadow Strikers up top. It just feels really different and varied when compared to other top choices. My own complaint is the "very narrow" instruction, which sometimes leads to 6 players all crammed into a small space and a lot of blocked shots...but I think it's definitely better than the alternative here, and if the players are creative and smart enough it can lead to some really attractive quick passes/combinations. It's a really fun tactic to watch.


In my opinion, the best part of this tactic is to have two DMs instead of one DM and one CM, meaning you have an easier time building a balanced squad.

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ZaZ said: In my opinion, the best part of this tactic is to have two DMs instead of one DM and one CM, meaning you have an easier time building a balanced squad.

I think when it come to the difficulty of building a team for a tactic then Void tactic is the winner because for it you need having only 5 different positions instead of having 7-8 different positions as other tactics require. Also, it uses AMs, CMs, DMs and there're many players who can cover multiple positions at the same time like CM and DM or AM and CM so it makes building your team even more easier.

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do you have any training advices?

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klokan said: do you have any training advices?

I use "Balanced" style for the general training. The individual training is the same role/duties that in the tactic.

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Best tactic for FM21 hands down, defence is amazing

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May try convert this to have strikers...

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MrGreen said: May try convert this to have strikers...

Some people have tired a similar formation and it did really well

4-4-2 ( 2xDMs )

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With Monaco I finished 1st 99 points, won the Cup too and in CL final now vs Liverpool.

With Inter Milan I'm now testing exact tactic but moved SS both to AF and changed nothing else, first game in Serie A won 9-0 hahaha

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I have just plugged this tactic in my save, currently in 2036 so i have an absolute beast of a side....won my first game 8-0 with all 8 goals coming from the wingers. Is this where the majority of the goals come from with this tactic?

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GlynnLFC said: I have just plugged this tactic in my save, currently in 2036 so i have an absolute beast of a side....won my first game 8-0 with all 8 goals coming from the wingers. Is this where the majority of the goals come from with this tactic?

for me the goals are being shared between the Shadow Strikers and Wingers but the Shadow Strikers are the main scorers.

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Excellent thank you for the response and for the amazing tactic :)

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What about OI?
Should i give it to my Assistant ? or leave it clear? cause i noticed that it may change the player roles at field.

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Keshk said: What about OI?
Should i give it to my Assistant ? or leave it clear? cause i noticed that it may change the player roles at field.


Hi,

I suggest not using any OIs.

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