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Hostage Rescue
As a terrorist, your role in a hostage rescue level is to prevent counter-terrorists (CTs)
from leading the hostages from where they are being held to the hostage rescue zone.
Terrorists win hostage rescue rounds by eliminating the counter-terrorist force while
preventing them from rescuing hostages. CTs win a round by finding the hostages and
leading more than half of them to freedom. CTs can get the attention of a hostage by
moving near him then pressing their ‘Use' key (see Controls, Use). The hostage will now
follow the CT back to the rescue zone. If a CT wants the hostage to stop following, they
need to press ‘Use' again and the hostage will stay put. Sometimes when you have a group
of hostages following you, they may block you into an area; you can push them out of the
way by simply walking into them. CTs can also win a round by eliminating the terrorists.

Bomb/Defuse
In a bomb/defuse map, the goal of the terrorist is to plant a C4 bomb in the designated
area then prevent the CTs from defusing the bomb. Players must remember to stay well clear
of the bomb when it explodes, as it has a large and deadly blast radius. The bomb is
randomly assigned to a terrorist at the start of the round. Team members can identify the
bomb carrier by the backpack they are wearing and the player with the bomb will see an
icon on their Heads Up Display (see HUD, bomb carrier). To plant the bomb, the carrier
must be in the vicinity of the bombing target. While having the bomb as their currently
selected item, the player must then press and hold their fire key (see Controls, Fire) for
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