The “Throw a Six and a Half” trophy from Call of Duty: World at War is easy to attain if you know what you’re doing. To get it, you have to complete any level on Hardened or Veteran difficulty without dying.
I recommend going after this trophy on the level “Blood and Iron.” It’s fairly easy if you’ve played it before and know the positions of the tanks and foot soldiers.
Simply skirt the action and constantly stay on the move. Don’t let the King Tiger tanks or Panzerschreck-wielding soldiers sight on you. Ignore the objectives if you want; they’re not mandatory. Try to drive in a zigzag pattern when you’re passing through open spaces, like the huge field in front of the radio tower.
Don’t stop to engage the enemy. Stay focused on your goal. Stick to the edge of the battle and you shouldn’t take much damage. If you find you are taking damage, change course, but it’s usually not a good idea to try to turn around and retreat. Tanks are bloody slow machines and they present a wide target.
The final field is the most crowded. When you emerge out of the woods, turn right on the dirt road and continue down it until you reach the train station. At that point, the level will be over, and you will be the proud owner of “Throw a Six and a Half!”
It is also fairly easy to attain this trophy/achievement on “Black Cats.” When you’re in the water, focus more on destroying PT boats than rescuing survivors. And listen to your fellow pilots, as they’ll alert you to incoming Japanese Zeroes.
Good luck, soldier!