johnsushant wrote:The situation in fact is quite the opposite to what you explained. A defender defends his base. An attacker attacks the base. An attacker also has to keep track of all the commands spread at places he has conquered considering he wants to take advantage of actually making the attack. Now a smart defender will work on clearing commands from the map while the attacker waits for points to come.
Protecting commanders from forces coming from a defensive player isn't that hard on most maps.
Surround your commands with infantry. If you hear the "you are under attack" sound, check the minimap, localise the foe killing your infantry, evacuate the command, proceed in wiping out the infiltrators.
I don't call myself a pro. My main way of winning is using enemy mistakes, and I often kill commanders, even while I have the advantage, simply to deny the opponent any way of retaliation/further reinforcements. But I never lost to command sniping.
Attacking isn't being reckless. We are RTS players, not berzerkers, are we?