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fygg lft s26
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#1
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Hey, idk what I'm doing next season some I'm just putting this out here. I dont really know where Id place my skill level anymore so I'm just gonna say I want to demo in im. Might be interested in learning how to play scout/soldier in open. Probably not playing if im doesn't return

s23 I played roamer for Drama Alert Nation (10-6)
s24 I played demo for Farmers of le roundtable (11-5, 0-1.)
s25 I played demo for Aubrey Plaza fanclub (10-6, 17th lol)

steam: http://steamcommunity.com/id/Scarlett-/
esea: https://play.esea.net/users/1053739?tab=history

Hey, idk what I'm doing next season some I'm just putting this out here. I dont really know where Id place my skill level anymore so I'm just gonna say I want to demo in im. Might be interested in learning how to play scout/soldier in open. Probably not playing if im doesn't return

s23 I played roamer for Drama Alert Nation (10-6)
s24 I played demo for Farmers of le roundtable (11-5, 0-1.)
s25 I played demo for Aubrey Plaza fanclub (10-6, 17th lol)

steam: http://steamcommunity.com/id/Scarlett-/
esea: https://play.esea.net/users/1053739?tab=history
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#2
4 Frags +

She's really good at the game and she's always a fun person to be around.

She's really good at the game and she's always a fun person to be around.
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#3
6 Frags +

she has been getting better at such a high pace,and is also an amazing person to be around in any team environment.pick her up before shes a high IM demo on a different team

she has been getting better at such a high pace,and is also an amazing person to be around in any team environment.pick her up before shes a high IM demo on a different team
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#4
4 Frags +

really strong demo dm, with a great understanding of the game as well. 100% low-mid im capable at the least, one of my biggest regrets is not being able to play with her this season.

really strong demo dm, with a great understanding of the game as well. 100% low-mid im capable at the least, one of my biggest regrets is not being able to play with her this season.
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#5
3 Frags +

she's fucking nutty at demonman

she's fucking nutty at demonman
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#6
2 Frags +

As a teammate

Pros:
- Great DM, definitely one of the strengths of our team. I'm quite confident we lost a match because fygg was away and we had to have another player play demo instead.
- Great Understanding of the game. Can maincall, but doesn't like to do it as she plays demo.
- Tryhard, as in takes everything seriously. (Scrims, matches, etc) Has a willingness to improve

Cons:
- Positioning could be better at times. Would sometimes be far forward compared to the rest of the team, get killed by scouts, then complain to our scouts about not being protected
- As a result of bad things happening (such as ^), can whine or get mad but no sane person would ever call it toxicity. It was normal frustration most people have.
- Also as a team leader made some decisions without really caring what other people on the team thought. For example when we picked up n3 (not saying it was a bad choice by any means) the way we found out was by fygg telling us he was going to play and that we need someone else to switch from scout and play pocket. I would recommend fygg as a player for a team but I wouldn't recommend you make her your leader.

Overall fygg was a really good teammate and I definitely recommend her. The cons are minor in comparison to the pros.

Edit: The only wolsne said that is true is probably that fygg understands the game better than me. I'd agree. But I don't think fygg understands it MUCH better than me as he says otherwise I wouldn't be on the team

The entire season your roster has been slow to take advantage of space created by your soldiers and demos constantly ending in botched pushes or the loss of a player that shouldn't/wouldn't have happened with the support of an additional player or medic heals.

That's a different problem and though you are correct megaboy and fygg in particular have been better at keeping up the pace compared to the rest of us, what I'm referring to is a problem that's been around since before the season began. Ask anyone on the team that's been here since dom was our pocket and they would agree that fygg needs to press tab more and to be more aware of where her teammates are.

As far as decision making for team related issues, she came onto the team not intending to have to lead it however she kind of had the roster ownership thrown onto her without much guidance and with players she wasn't extremely familiar with.

After our leader (dom's) pc broke, fygg asked him to become the leader. The role wasn't "thrown onto her" at all.

Picking up both N3 and Megaboy drastically increased your teams DM potential and roster standings. As far as the roster instability about having someone switch to make the changes stable for a week, you just had to shift two players around due to your team leader being out of town which isn't the biggest deal in the world.

I mentioned in my post that picking up n3 was a good choice. I don't have any problems with that. My problem was that fygg didn't tell anyone on the team about the decision to ask for input, or to ask about other options we had. She made her decision and then decided to tell everyone about the change after she made it, not before she made it. This was right before roster locks so if there was some reason we didn't want n3 to play on the team it would've been too late for us to do anything. Also I think you don't understand the situation. Our pocket has to leave the team due to IRL stuff soon. This decision fygg made without consulting anyone puts ambroon on pocket permanently, not "just for a week"

As a teammate

Pros:
- Great DM, definitely one of the strengths of our team. I'm quite confident we lost a match because fygg was away and we had to have another player play demo instead.
- Great Understanding of the game. Can maincall, but doesn't like to do it as she plays demo.
- Tryhard, as in takes everything seriously. (Scrims, matches, etc) Has a willingness to improve

Cons:
- Positioning could be better at times. Would sometimes be far forward compared to the rest of the team, get killed by scouts, then complain to our scouts about not being protected
- As a result of bad things happening (such as ^), can whine or get mad but no sane person would ever call it toxicity. It was normal frustration most people have.
- Also as a team leader made some decisions without really caring what other people on the team thought. For example when we picked up n3 (not saying it was a bad choice by any means) the way we found out was by fygg telling us he was going to play and that we need someone else to switch from scout and play pocket. I would recommend fygg as a player for a team but I wouldn't recommend you make her your leader.

Overall fygg was a really good teammate and I definitely recommend her. The cons are minor in comparison to the pros.


Edit: The only wolsne said that is true is probably that fygg understands the game better than me. I'd agree. But I don't think fygg understands it MUCH better than me as he says otherwise I wouldn't be on the team

[quote] The entire season your roster has been slow to take advantage of space created by your soldiers and demos constantly ending in botched pushes or the loss of a player that shouldn't/wouldn't have happened with the support of an additional player or medic heals.[/quote]

That's a different problem and though you are correct megaboy and fygg in particular have been better at keeping up the pace compared to the rest of us, what I'm referring to is a problem that's been around since before the season began. Ask anyone on the team that's been here since dom was our pocket and they would agree that fygg needs to press tab more and to be more aware of where her teammates are.

[quote]As far as decision making for team related issues, she came onto the team not intending to have to lead it however she kind of had the roster ownership thrown onto her without much guidance and with players she wasn't extremely familiar with.[/quote]

After our leader (dom's) pc broke, fygg asked him to become the leader. The role wasn't "thrown onto her" at all.

[quote] Picking up both N3 and Megaboy drastically increased your teams DM potential and roster standings. As far as the roster instability about having someone switch to make the changes stable for a week, you just had to shift two players around due to your team leader being out of town which isn't the biggest deal in the world.[/quote]

I mentioned in my post that picking up n3 was a good choice. I don't have any problems with that. My problem was that fygg didn't tell anyone on the team about the decision to ask for input, or to ask about other options we had. She made her decision and then decided to tell everyone about the change after she made it, not before she made it. This was right before roster locks so if there was some reason we didn't want n3 to play on the team it would've been too late for us to do anything. Also I think you don't understand the situation. Our pocket has to leave the team due to IRL stuff soon. This decision fygg made without consulting anyone puts ambroon on pocket permanently, not "just for a week"
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#7
-9 Frags +

Fygg has probably been one of the most consistent players in the entire competitive community in terms to skill growth, starting in UGC Iron a few seasons ago, and now pushing her way into what would be considered a Mid-IM (Playoff Open post merge) Demo main. Has spent countless hours this season working towards improving her mental game, positional awareness in relation to her team, trap usage, and main calling capabilities. I would easily put fygg at the top of the list for best up and coming demo's over the next season or two.

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-Phantom-As a teammate

Pros:
- Great DM, definitely one of the strengths of our team. I'm quite confident we lost a match because fygg was away and we had to have another player play demo instead.
- Great Understanding of the game. Can maincall, but doesn't like to do it as she plays demo.
- Tryhard, as in takes everything seriously. (Scrims, matches, etc) Has a willingness to improve

Cons:
- Positioning could be better at times. Would sometimes be far forward compared to the rest of the team, get killed by scouts, then complain to our scouts about not being protected
- As a result of bad things happening (such as ^), can whine or get mad but no sane person would ever call it toxicity. It was normal frustration most people have.
- Also as a team leader made some decisions without really caring what other people on the team thought. For example when we picked up n3 (not saying it was a bad choice by any means) the way we found out was by fygg telling us he was going to play and that we need someone else to switch from scout and play pocket. I would recommend fygg as a player for a team but I wouldn't recommend you make her your leader.

Overall fygg was a really good teammate and I definitely recommend her. The cons are minor in comparison to the pros.

I absolutely have to disagree with your cons list. Fygg has a much higher understanding of the game than you do, and knows when/how to take advantage of space on maps, same with Megaboy and N3. The entire season your roster has been slow to take advantage of space created by your soldiers and demos constantly ending in botched pushes or the loss of a player that shouldn't/wouldn't have happened with the support of an additional player or medic heals.

As far as decision making for team related issues, she came onto the team not intending to have to lead it however she kind of had the roster ownership thrown onto her without much guidance and with players she wasn't extremely familiar with. Picking up both N3 and Megaboy drastically increased your teams DM potential and roster standings. As far as the roster instability about having someone switch to make the changes stable for a week, you just had to shift two players around due to your team leader being out of town which isn't the biggest deal in the world.
Fygg has probably been one of the most consistent players in the entire competitive community in terms to skill growth, starting in UGC Iron a few seasons ago, and now pushing her way into what would be considered a Mid-IM (Playoff Open post merge) Demo main. Has spent countless hours this season working towards improving her mental game, positional awareness in relation to her team, trap usage, and main calling capabilities. I would easily put fygg at the top of the list for best up and coming demo's over the next season or two.
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[quote=-Phantom-]As a teammate

Pros:
- Great DM, definitely one of the strengths of our team. I'm quite confident we lost a match because fygg was away and we had to have another player play demo instead.
- Great Understanding of the game. Can maincall, but doesn't like to do it as she plays demo.
- Tryhard, as in takes everything seriously. (Scrims, matches, etc) Has a willingness to improve

Cons:
- Positioning could be better at times. Would sometimes be far forward compared to the rest of the team, get killed by scouts, then complain to our scouts about not being protected
- As a result of bad things happening (such as ^), can whine or get mad but no sane person would ever call it toxicity. It was normal frustration most people have.
- Also as a team leader made some decisions without really caring what other people on the team thought. For example when we picked up n3 (not saying it was a bad choice by any means) the way we found out was by fygg telling us he was going to play and that we need someone else to switch from scout and play pocket. I would recommend fygg as a player for a team but I wouldn't recommend you make her your leader.

Overall fygg was a really good teammate and I definitely recommend her. The cons are minor in comparison to the pros.[/quote]

I absolutely have to disagree with your cons list. Fygg has a much higher understanding of the game than you do, and knows when/how to take advantage of space on maps, same with Megaboy and N3. The entire season your roster has been slow to take advantage of space created by your soldiers and demos constantly ending in botched pushes or the loss of a player that shouldn't/wouldn't have happened with the support of an additional player or medic heals.

As far as decision making for team related issues, she came onto the team not intending to have to lead it however she kind of had the roster ownership thrown onto her without much guidance and with players she wasn't extremely familiar with. Picking up both N3 and Megaboy drastically increased your teams DM potential and roster standings. As far as the roster instability about having someone switch to make the changes stable for a week, you just had to shift two players around due to your team leader being out of town which isn't the biggest deal in the world.
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#8
1 Frags +

. havent played with fygg in 2 seasons but i've only heard good things

. havent played with fygg in 2 seasons but i've only heard good things
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#9
3 Frags +

Gamer

Gamer
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#10
7 Frags +
-Phantom-- Great Understanding of the game
wolsne Fygg has a much higher understanding of the game than you do
[quote=-Phantom-]- Great Understanding of the game


[quote=wolsne] Fygg has a much higher understanding of the game than you do
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#11
10 Frags +

As a teammate of Fygg this season, I completely agree with Phantom. Fygg has amazing dm and a brain with it too. She made great calls as well which worked very well with our team and part of the reason our team had any coordination at all. I've never seen her miss scrims or matches unless she had highlander which shows how devoted she is to the team environment and how willing she is to improving in this game.

Although she has many positive things that support her as a player, there are still things she could improve on. Sometimes she wouldn't be aware of what or where her teammates are doing which could lead to overextending and playing too far away from the rest of the team which may cause her to blame the scouts for not protecting her well enough. Also after playing with her for a little while, I have found occasions where she has been very emotional. In fact, after losing a match, she left the team for a day (not necessarily saying she left cause we lost), and then came back.

wolsneFygg has probably been one of the most consistent players in the entire competitive community in terms to skill growth, starting in UGC Iron a few seasons ago, and now pushing her way into what would be considered a Mid-IM (Playoff Open post merge) Demo main. Has spent countless hours this season working towards improving her mental game, positional awareness in relation to her team, trap usage, and main calling capabilities. I would easily put fygg at the top of the list for best up and coming demo's over the next season or two.
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-Phantom-As a teammate

Pros:
- Great DM, definitely one of the strengths of our team. I'm quite confident we lost a match because fygg was away and we had to have another player play demo instead.
- Great Understanding of the game. Can maincall, but doesn't like to do it as she plays demo.
- Tryhard, as in takes everything seriously. (Scrims, matches, etc) Has a willingness to improve

Cons:
- Positioning could be better at times. Would sometimes be far forward compared to the rest of the team, get killed by scouts, then complain to our scouts about not being protected
- As a result of bad things happening (such as ^), can whine or get mad but no sane person would ever call it toxicity. It was normal frustration most people have.
- Also as a team leader made some decisions without really caring what other people on the team thought. For example when we picked up n3 (not saying it was a bad choice by any means) the way we found out was by fygg telling us he was going to play and that we need someone else to switch from scout and play pocket. I would recommend fygg as a player for a team but I wouldn't recommend you make her your leader.

Overall fygg was a really good teammate and I definitely recommend her. The cons are minor in comparison to the pros.

I absolutely have to disagree with your cons list. Fygg has a much higher understanding of the game than you do, and knows when/how to take advantage of space on maps, same with Megaboy and N3. The entire season your roster has been slow to take advantage of space created by your soldiers and demos constantly ending in botched pushes or the loss of a player that shouldn't/wouldn't have happened with the support of an additional player or medic heals.

As far as decision making for team related issues, she came onto the team not intending to have to lead it however she kind of had the roster ownership thrown onto her without much guidance and with players she wasn't extremely familiar with. Picking up both N3 and Megaboy drastically increased your teams DM potential and roster standings. As far as the roster instability about having someone switch to make the changes stable for a weak, you just had to shift two players around due to your team leader being out of town which isn't the biggest deal in the world.

Wolsne, you don't even main for our team, you've spectated like 4 scrims and barely played with us at all and now you're telling Phantom that he doesn't understand the game as well as Fygg. I would say you are one of the very few that think Fygg has a much higher understanding of the game than Phantom that have played with us this season. Also if you think that pushing into an area with number disadvantage (which was a common mistake by Fygg because of not pressing tab enough), then there is something wrong. As for Fygg suddenly becoming team leader, it was something that she herself wanted and was willing to take. If she was so reluctant to lead the teams as you state, then other people on the team would have taken the position.
And picking N3 and Megaboy did increase our team performance and such but when she suddenly throws in these players on to our main roster, the whole team has to change drastically. The new players have to learn how the team plays and the team has to learn how the new people play. For my case, I had to play 3 different classes throughout the season because of these roster changes and yet you state a problem which can only be fixed by working together with the same consistent roster for at least 2 weeks.

Overall, drama aside, I completely recommend fygg to any IM roster that is looking to improve and get to the next level. She is definitely ready and will make the team a fun and great experience.

As a teammate of Fygg this season, I completely agree with Phantom. Fygg has amazing dm and a brain with it too. She made great calls as well which worked very well with our team and part of the reason our team had any coordination at all. I've never seen her miss scrims or matches unless she had highlander which shows how devoted she is to the team environment and how willing she is to improving in this game.

Although she has many positive things that support her as a player, there are still things she could improve on. Sometimes she wouldn't be aware of what or where her teammates are doing which could lead to overextending and playing too far away from the rest of the team which may cause her to blame the scouts for not protecting her well enough. Also after playing with her for a little while, I have found occasions where she has been very emotional. In fact, after losing a match, she left the team for a day (not necessarily saying she left cause we lost), and then came back.

[quote=wolsne]Fygg has probably been one of the most consistent players in the entire competitive community in terms to skill growth, starting in UGC Iron a few seasons ago, and now pushing her way into what would be considered a Mid-IM (Playoff Open post merge) Demo main. Has spent countless hours this season working towards improving her mental game, positional awareness in relation to her team, trap usage, and main calling capabilities. I would easily put fygg at the top of the list for best up and coming demo's over the next season or two.
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[quote=-Phantom-]As a teammate

Pros:
- Great DM, definitely one of the strengths of our team. I'm quite confident we lost a match because fygg was away and we had to have another player play demo instead.
- Great Understanding of the game. Can maincall, but doesn't like to do it as she plays demo.
- Tryhard, as in takes everything seriously. (Scrims, matches, etc) Has a willingness to improve

Cons:
- Positioning could be better at times. Would sometimes be far forward compared to the rest of the team, get killed by scouts, then complain to our scouts about not being protected
- As a result of bad things happening (such as ^), can whine or get mad but no sane person would ever call it toxicity. It was normal frustration most people have.
- Also as a team leader made some decisions without really caring what other people on the team thought. For example when we picked up n3 (not saying it was a bad choice by any means) the way we found out was by fygg telling us he was going to play and that we need someone else to switch from scout and play pocket. I would recommend fygg as a player for a team but I wouldn't recommend you make her your leader.

Overall fygg was a really good teammate and I definitely recommend her. The cons are minor in comparison to the pros.[/quote]

I absolutely have to disagree with your cons list. Fygg has a much higher understanding of the game than you do, and knows when/how to take advantage of space on maps, same with Megaboy and N3. The entire season your roster has been slow to take advantage of space created by your soldiers and demos constantly ending in botched pushes or the loss of a player that shouldn't/wouldn't have happened with the support of an additional player or medic heals.

As far as decision making for team related issues, she came onto the team not intending to have to lead it however she kind of had the roster ownership thrown onto her without much guidance and with players she wasn't extremely familiar with. Picking up both N3 and Megaboy drastically increased your teams DM potential and roster standings. As far as the roster instability about having someone switch to make the changes stable for a weak, you just had to shift two players around due to your team leader being out of town which isn't the biggest deal in the world.[/quote]

Wolsne, you don't even main for our team, you've spectated like 4 scrims and barely played with us at all and now you're telling Phantom that he doesn't understand the game as well as Fygg. I would say you are one of the very few that think Fygg has a much higher understanding of the game than Phantom that have played with us this season. Also if you think that pushing into an area with number disadvantage (which was a common mistake by Fygg because of not pressing tab enough), then there is something wrong. As for Fygg suddenly becoming team leader, it was something that she herself wanted and was willing to take. If she was so reluctant to lead the teams as you state, then other people on the team would have taken the position.
And picking N3 and Megaboy did increase our team performance and such but when she suddenly throws in these players on to our main roster, the whole team has to change drastically. The new players have to learn how the team plays and the team has to learn how the new people play. For my case, I had to play 3 different classes throughout the season because of these roster changes and yet you state a problem which can only be fixed by working together with the same consistent roster for at least 2 weeks.

Overall, drama aside, I completely recommend fygg to any IM roster that is looking to improve and get to the next level. She is definitely ready and will make the team a fun and great experience.
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#12
7 Frags +

never had a bad experience with fygg.

super pleasant player and teammate, recommend to any team in need of a demo.

never had a bad experience with fygg.

super pleasant player and teammate, recommend to any team in need of a demo.
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#13
5 Frags +

good dm and pretty chill to be around

fucking blows at pictionary though

good dm and pretty chill to be around

fucking blows at pictionary though
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#14
3 Frags +

fygs dm is really insane, massive potential

fygs dm is really insane, massive potential
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#15
5 Frags +

i enjoyed playing with fygg before my computer imploded. her dm is incredibly strong, she has a good idea for how the game should be played, her strive for improvement is massive, and she cares a lot about scrims and matches. she can get very emotional which can be a good thing if the team is rolling but can also be a detriment after a few bad pushes but if you just tell her to stop being an idiot and to just calm down, she'll be fine afterwards. also her positioning has been an issue for a majority of the season and should be a main focus for her next season but it has improved quite a bit especially since the beginning of the season. she'd do well in a low-mid im team that likes to play a bit more aggressively, and put more heals into the demo and scouts.

JUST DONT MAKE HER LEAD A TEAM AGAIN (for her sanity)

also, lol wolsne what happened to "Coach/Sub of Aubrey Plaza Fanclub" on your profile?

i enjoyed playing with fygg before my computer imploded. her dm is incredibly strong, she has a good idea for how the game should be played, her strive for improvement is massive, and she cares a lot about scrims and matches. she can get very emotional which can be a good thing if the team is rolling but can also be a detriment after a few bad pushes but if you just tell her to stop being an idiot and to just calm down, she'll be fine afterwards. also her positioning has been an issue for a majority of the season and should be a main focus for her next season but it has improved quite a bit especially since the beginning of the season. she'd do well in a low-mid im team that likes to play a bit more aggressively, and put more heals into the demo and scouts.

JUST DONT MAKE HER LEAD A TEAM AGAIN (for her sanity)

also, lol wolsne what happened to "[b]Coach[/b]/Sub of Aubrey Plaza Fanclub" on your profile?
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#16
-2 Frags +
-Phantom-As a teammate

Pros:
- Great DM, definitely one of the strengths of our team. I'm quite confident we lost a match because fygg was away and we had to have another player play demo instead.
- Great Understanding of the game. Can maincall, but doesn't like to do it as she plays demo.
- Tryhard, as in takes everything seriously. (Scrims, matches, etc) Has a willingness to improve

Cons:
- Positioning could be better at times. Would sometimes be far forward compared to the rest of the team, get killed by scouts, then complain to our scouts about not being protected
- As a result of bad things happening (such as ^), can whine or get mad but no sane person would ever call it toxicity. It was normal frustration most people have.
- Also as a team leader made some decisions without really caring what other people on the team thought. For example when we picked up n3 (not saying it was a bad choice by any means) the way we found out was by fygg telling us he was going to play and that we need someone else to switch from scout and play pocket. I would recommend fygg as a player for a team but I wouldn't recommend you make her your leader.

Overall fygg was a really good teammate and I definitely recommend her. The cons are minor in comparison to the pros.

Edit: The only wolsne said that is true is probably that fygg understands the game better than me. I'd agree. But I don't think fygg understands it MUCH better than me as he says otherwise I wouldn't be on the team
The entire season your roster has been slow to take advantage of space created by your soldiers and demos constantly ending in botched pushes or the loss of a player that shouldn't/wouldn't have happened with the support of an additional player or medic heals.
That's a different problem and though you are correct megaboy and fygg in particular have been better at keeping up the pace compared to the rest of us, what I'm referring to is a problem that's been around since before the season began. Ask anyone on the team that's been here since dom was our pocket and they would agree that fygg needs to press tab more and to be more aware of where her teammates are.
As far as decision making for team related issues, she came onto the team not intending to have to lead it however she kind of had the roster ownership thrown onto her without much guidance and with players she wasn't extremely familiar with.
After our leader (dom's) pc broke, fygg asked him to become the leader. The role wasn't "thrown onto her" at all.
Picking up both N3 and Megaboy drastically increased your teams DM potential and roster standings. As far as the roster instability about having someone switch to make the changes stable for a week, you just had to shift two players around due to your team leader being out of town which isn't the biggest deal in the world.
I mentioned in my post that picking up n3 was a good choice. I don't have any problems with that. My problem was that fygg didn't tell anyone on the team about the decision to ask for input, or to ask about other options we had. She made her decision and then decided to tell everyone about the change after she made it, not before she made it. This was right before roster locks so if there was some reason we didn't want n3 to play on the team it would've been too late for us to do anything. Also I think you don't understand the situation. Our pocket has to leave the team due to IRL stuff soon. This decision fygg made without consulting anyone puts ambroon on pocket permanently, not "just for a week"

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Also fygg is great and most definitely IM-capable. You don't need to make massive pros/cons lists and start arguments about it; just recommend, or don't recommend.
[quote=-Phantom-]As a teammate

Pros:
- Great DM, definitely one of the strengths of our team. I'm quite confident we lost a match because fygg was away and we had to have another player play demo instead.
- Great Understanding of the game. Can maincall, but doesn't like to do it as she plays demo.
- Tryhard, as in takes everything seriously. (Scrims, matches, etc) Has a willingness to improve

Cons:
- Positioning could be better at times. Would sometimes be far forward compared to the rest of the team, get killed by scouts, then complain to our scouts about not being protected
- As a result of bad things happening (such as ^), can whine or get mad but no sane person would ever call it toxicity. It was normal frustration most people have.
- Also as a team leader made some decisions without really caring what other people on the team thought. For example when we picked up n3 (not saying it was a bad choice by any means) the way we found out was by fygg telling us he was going to play and that we need someone else to switch from scout and play pocket. I would recommend fygg as a player for a team but I wouldn't recommend you make her your leader.

Overall fygg was a really good teammate and I definitely recommend her. The cons are minor in comparison to the pros.


Edit: The only wolsne said that is true is probably that fygg understands the game better than me. I'd agree. But I don't think fygg understands it MUCH better than me as he says otherwise I wouldn't be on the team

[quote] The entire season your roster has been slow to take advantage of space created by your soldiers and demos constantly ending in botched pushes or the loss of a player that shouldn't/wouldn't have happened with the support of an additional player or medic heals.[/quote]

That's a different problem and though you are correct megaboy and fygg in particular have been better at keeping up the pace compared to the rest of us, what I'm referring to is a problem that's been around since before the season began. Ask anyone on the team that's been here since dom was our pocket and they would agree that fygg needs to press tab more and to be more aware of where her teammates are.

[quote]As far as decision making for team related issues, she came onto the team not intending to have to lead it however she kind of had the roster ownership thrown onto her without much guidance and with players she wasn't extremely familiar with.[/quote]

After our leader (dom's) pc broke, fygg asked him to become the leader. The role wasn't "thrown onto her" at all.

[quote] Picking up both N3 and Megaboy drastically increased your teams DM potential and roster standings. As far as the roster instability about having someone switch to make the changes stable for a week, you just had to shift two players around due to your team leader being out of town which isn't the biggest deal in the world.[/quote]

I mentioned in my post that picking up n3 was a good choice. I don't have any problems with that. My problem was that fygg didn't tell anyone on the team about the decision to ask for input, or to ask about other options we had. She made her decision and then decided to tell everyone about the change after she made it, not before she made it. This was right before roster locks so if there was some reason we didn't want n3 to play on the team it would've been too late for us to do anything. Also I think you don't understand the situation. Our pocket has to leave the team due to IRL stuff soon. This decision fygg made without consulting anyone puts ambroon on pocket permanently, not "just for a week"[/quote]

https://m.imgur.com/a/7nxug
[spoiler]Also fygg is great and most definitely IM-capable. You don't need to make massive pros/cons lists and start arguments about it; just recommend, or don't recommend.[/spoiler]
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#17
7 Frags +

when people think they're doing a service by writing long ass posts with pros and cons on other peoples' lfts

bonus points if they do it to a teammate and or friend

when people think they're doing a service by writing long ass posts with pros and cons on other peoples' lfts

bonus points if they do it to a teammate and or friend
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#18
4 Frags +

good

good
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#19
3 Frags +

btw fygg is good and i recommend picking her up if u like serious tf2 and enjoy winning

btw fygg is good and i recommend picking her up if u like serious tf2 and enjoy winning
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#20
2 Frags +

pleasant human good at demo

pleasant human good at demo
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#21
8 Frags +

https://a.pomf.cat/vzwaym.png

[img]https://a.pomf.cat/vzwaym.png[/img]
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#22
2 Frags +

Good work ethic for a serious team environment. Definitely recommend picking her up.

Good work ethic for a serious team environment. Definitely recommend picking her up.
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#23
2 Frags +

very good dm

very good dm
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#24
5 Frags +

Quality Bump

Quality Bump
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#25
2 Frags +

very nice being and also good demon player

very nice being and also good demon player
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#26
3 Frags +

Very nice and very good and very powerful and very smart. Pick up immediately.

Very nice and very good and very powerful and very smart. Pick up immediately.
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#27
3 Frags +

VERY GOOD

VERY GOOD
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#28
1 Frags +

powerful

powerful
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#29
1 Frags +

Bump I guess

Bump I guess
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#30
3 Frags +

Really good and dedicated, will call you open and toxic. 10/10 player.

Really good and dedicated, will call you open and toxic. 10/10 player.
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