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Bulldog Bf4 Assignment List

Bronze Assignments

Assignment 1 – Big Splash

Map specific: Sunken Dragon

To activate the flood-gates you must press a button located in one of the towers on Northern side of the map, it's the tower closest to C flag (CQ Large). See the image in spoiler below.

As soon as the round starts, spawn on a quad-bike and go to the tower with the button right away. Activate it and you're done with that part of the assignment. Note that you won't be able to activate the button in Chain Link or Rush game-modes so play Conquest instead. If someone has already activated the flood-gates it is actually possible to activate them again. There are 2 buttons - one that raises and another that lowers the floodgates (thanks to null45 for confirming this).

For the second part of this assignment, you need to get 5 kills while swimming. If you flooded the Sunken Dragon map then the B flag (Restaurant) is a good place for some kills. You can also do these kills on Vanilla maps, so Flood Zone (after it's been flooded) is probably your best bet.

Reward: UNICA 6 (Sidearm)

Assignment 2 – Lions and Tigers and Bears

This is a very easy assignment and will come naturally if you're playing Assault class. No real strategy here, just play as an Assault and keep killing enemies. Depending on team rosters you’ll get this assignment done sooner or later.

Reward: BULLDOG (Assault Rifle)

Assignment 3 – Not the Weakest Link

Game-mode specific: Chain Link

PDWs are Engineer class specific weapons focused primarily on close combat. You have to get 2 PDW ribbons (a single ribbon requires 6 kills with PDWs in a round) which is fairly straight-forward.

Linking 10 points will come naturally simply by playing Chain Link. A "link" is created when two flags that are next to each other are captured by your team. You can even see the potential links on map.

Getting "Squad Order Followed" bonuses is easier than you might think. You can get this requirement done by either - being a squad leader yourself and having squad-mates follow your orders or by going to the flags which your squad leader commands you to. If you’re playing with randoms and your squad leader is not giving commands, you can request orders via Commorose (hold on PS3, on PS4) or you can make an new squad and be a squad-leader yourself. To give an order simply use spot feature (press on PS3, on PS4) on the icons of flags. It will then highlight the flag's icon (letter), as long as at least one of your squad-mates captures the highlighted flag, both you and squad-mate will get "Squad Order Followed" bonus. To “accept” an order, simply capture the highlighted flag.

Reward: MPX (PDW)

Assignment 4 – The 'I' in Team

For this assignment you have to get 2 Sniper-rifle ribbons (a single ribbon requires 6 kills with sniper rifles in a round), which can be done on any map.

For the second requirement you need to use Recon specific equipment Spawn Beacon and have squad-mates spawning on it 10 times. Deploy a beacon in a hidden place close to objectives and someone will surely spawn on it. You’ll know when someone spawns on your beacon as you’ll get a bonus for that.

The third and final requirement requires you to get 20 spot assists. You get a spot assist if the enemy you've spotted gets killed by a teammate. To spot simply press on PS3, on PS4. This is something that should come naturally but unfortunately not everyone uses the spot feature.

Reward: CS5 (Sniper Rifle)

Assignment 5 – Vanguard

You get Savior bonus by killing an enemy who’s dealing a lot of damage to your team-mates. The 5 saviour kills should come naturally as you play.

For the suppression bonus you have to suppress an enemy by shooting him or in his general direction, then a team-mate has to kill that enemy. Squad suppression assist bonus will not count for the assignment, it has to be "SUPPRESSION ASSIST 10" bonus specifically. This should come naturally (albeit slowly from personal experience) so if you want to get suppression assists more quickly, I suggest running around with either a belt-fed LMG and just spray and pray it or use a bolt-action sniper rifle. Remember that a team-mate has to kill the enemy you're shooting at.

Destroying 3 explosives is really easy – claymores, C4, AT mines and M2 slams all count as explosives. You can either drive around in a tank or LAV and destroy all mines or if you’re an infantry, keep an eye out for enemy claymore or C4 traps.

You'll unlock Ballistic Shield which is required for Bulletproof. Sort of... trophy.

Reward: Ballistic Shield (Support Equipment)

Assignment 6 – Road Warrior

Game-mode specific: Chain Link

You have to get 10 Capture Point Attacker and Defender kill bonuses each. You get Attacker bonus if you kill an enemy in a flag area you’re trying to capture. You get Defender bonus by killing an enemy who is trying to capture your objective. It will come naturally as long as you play Chain Link so don’t worry about it too much.

The final requirement is getting 25 shotgun kills which is relatively easy and can be done on any map or game-mode. From Dragon's Teeth maps, Pearl Market is a great place for shotgun kills but if you’re not a fan of the DLC maps, you can play TDM or Domination on Operation Lockers for some quick shotgun kills.

Reward: Road Warrior Dog Tag

Last edited by DarkDante14; March 12th, 2017 at 03:41 AM. Reason: Editorial Sweep.

Head Back to the Free Prima Games Dragon's Teeth Guide

With Battlefield 4 Dragon's Teeth in full swing for Premium members, players are starting to get their hands on some of the cool new weapons and gadgets that DICE has inserted into the game. We've already shown you how to unlock the Deagle 44, MPX and Ballistic Shield, and today we're going to continue that trend with helping you put the Bulldog Assault Rifle in your hands.

Lions and Tigers and Bears Assignment

Getting the Bulldog unlocked should actually be fairly simple, and for a lot of people, we expect that it might happen without even trying. While you do have to own the Dragon's Teeth DLC, play a Dragon's Teeth map and reach rank 10, the assignment criteria are actually fairly simple.

Assuming you meet all of the above requirements, here's what you need to do.

  • While on foot, as Assault, kill 10 Support enemies who are also on foot.
  • While on foot, as Assault, kill 10 Engineer enemies who are also on foot.
  • While on foot, as Assault, kill 10 Recon enemies who are also on foot.

Note: You should be able to complete the kills on any map in the game, even if it's not Dragon's Teeth, but keep in mind, some assignments have proved finicky. If the game isn't counting your kills on say, Flood Zone, just move back to anything on Dragon's Teeth.

I've Unlocked the Bulldog... Now What?

The Bulldog isn't a bad Assault Rifle, but we say that without spending an hour digging up every statistic the weapon has to offer. That's not really our game. Our approach to weapons is about matching a gun to your play style, and the situation you're faced with.

What we will inform you of, is that the Bulldog is not that much different from the very popular SCAR-H. Don't get us wrong, they are different weapons, but if you look at the comparison chart on Battlelog, they do match up reasonably well, doing the same amount of damage and having identical ranges. Where they differ, however, is in that the SCAR-H is more accurate, but the Bulldog has a faster Rate of Fire.

That's where situation and play style take over. The Bulldog isn't likely the best option to sprint through the halls of Operation Locker, but it is perfect for almost any situation on any of the Dragon's Teeth maps. It fires fast enough to not to be a liability up close, but it is also capable of putting people down at the medium ranges you'll often be faced with on Propaganda or Lumphini Garden.

If you're wondering if this gun is for you, the only true test is to unlock it give it a whirl. If you're struggling with the infantry combat that Dragon's Teeth is known for, why not read our Advanced Infantry Tactics?

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