i havent played in awhile
i havent played in awhile
mebrate me please
meb: I think you're a very underrated player. You aim very well for not playing TF2 for that long and you seem pretty fps-savy. I think you grasp concepts of the game much faster than other players around your skill level and you'll likely outgrow your teammates pretty fast until you hit the top of im/lower invite. I think that, with one more season in IM, you should be on an invite team. The only thing that holds you back is that your aim can be slightly inconsistent (more mge/dm practice will remedy this), and it's important to realize that learning how to communicate will be a very useful skill to have when you do reach invite, in which case you won't really be outshining other scouts in dm/smarts and you'll have to be able to work with your team.
8.0/10 (with more league experience I think you will outgrow this rating though)
enorytDo me, but be nice! What do I need to do to reach the top!
Tyrone: I think you're a very smart player, but it becomes irrelevant when most of your team now has enough experience such that they don't need you to hand-hold them through new situations like you used to. Your lack of dm-skill really brings you down, and all of the smarts/positioning/communication that you bring to the table goes out the window when you miss the most basic shots.
To reach the top, you have to be able to compete with the other pockets. What happens when you face the superteam at lan, and clockwork and b4nny aren't able to carry as hard? Realistically, the scout skill is basically even, the demo skill is basically even (b4nny is more experienced but they're both really good), but the soldier skill is far from even. Buy a new mouse, dm for 8 hours a day, do something.
9.3/10 (people will probably give me flak for rating you higher than lange but I think your lan experience is pretty important and you tend to play the same on lan as you do online).
can i get a rating too
The idea is to bring people to the site! If you want one of your friends to get rated, tell them to make an account!
wait dont skip me. FUCK YOU BRAD!
rate me please
rate me please
rangarate me please
Ranga: Similar to meb, I think you're a strong up and coming player. Your sticky/pipe placement is really smart and you're able to figure out the correct positions to deal damage. In order to really set yourself apart from other players is to just communicate more. You're really, really quiet, and it holds you back pretty hard. People think b4nny or platinum are just really good mechanical players, but they ALWAYS call their damage. If you ever get to hear b4nny in a scrim or match, any time he lands a sticky, he says where they are and how much damage he did. It's crucial to make these calls because it allows your scouts to know who to kill and it will effectively help you win rounds. Get in the habit of calling ALL of your damage, and you'll be a top level IM demo.
If you know me, rate me on medic.
i guess on both classes i playd?
SKILL_DETECTOR I think you would be on the top of the lower half of invite, and start to make your way back up.
thanks mr.detector, it's official then...
ggglygy lf s12 team top of the lower half of invite teams only, as i plan to leave you to join quantic again in s13. no shitbirds serious offers only.
do me please
RickHRG rick, I've only recently started to play scout you can rate me on demo, whatever
Rick: On demo, I felt like you had pretty decent mechanics but lacked gamesense. You would be able to handle yourself in 1v1 situations quite easily, but you weren't really able to "carry" your team like most demos do. You really can't get away with just being "okay" in invite because being outclassed on demo by someone like b4nny will give the opposite team a huge advantage. I guess you're playing scout now but you need to try and focus more on creating plays for your scouts and not over-extending to try and make plays.
CHE_hey there, rate me
Che: You haven't really been on a team long enough to see real improvement. Your mechanics are IM level but you don't play enough to really have good teamwork/understanding of the game. The thing that will always set you apart from other medics while you don't play are strong ubers and positioning. When you play with a team a lot, you start to get the hang of your teammates' playstyles and it allows you to save your ubers because you'll be able to predict what your teammates will do ahead of time. In a pug, you don't know if your pocket is just going to RJ into their whole team and need the uber, whereas if your pocket is a slow pusher that tries to play it safe, you don't need to waste it. For positioning, you need to also be familiar with your teammates so you don't get stuck out/die easily.
starry-rate me please
Starry: I think you focus a bit too much on dm rather than teamwork and communication. You've reached a point where you don't really need to worry about missing easy shots or handling yourself in 1v1 scenarios, but you can benefit your team a lot more by calling what you are going to do and how your teammates can help you. If you see a great opportunity and you're going to bomb in, hit your fucking push to talk key and say something so you're not relying on your DM to win unfavorable scenarios. The problem most lower level players face is that they think everything is luck based and you have to take your chances. This may be true for many scenarios, but playing with your team and focus firing help you eliminate these luck-based scenarios by allowing your team to kill things faster. Also, find a team and stick with it. You need more league experience for your DM to really take effect...
5.0/10 (bottom of im)
Hasn't it been like years since you've played? I remember who you are but I'm not sure I've seen you in ESEA lately? Do you use an alias now or something?
did you skip me? please rate!
caidhcan i get a rating too
Caidh: You seem like an underrated player. Whenever I watch you play, it seems like you're making good judgement calls and you know how to effectively deal damage. I didn't see you play very much this last season, but if you were to come back and play again I think in time you should be doing well in IM playoffs this season.
me/tang on scout plz
Squid: I think your DM has improved since a couple seasons ago and you have the drive to keep improving, but it seems like you're really scared of being aggressive even when you know it's the right thing to do. In scrims, when you have time to test the waters, feel free to experiment with timed aggression when you know their soldiers are out of ammo or their scouts are down etc. I think you are smart enough to identify situations where you can be more useful, but you are not confident enough to really act upon those situations. You'll find yourself sitting around doing nothing or taking potshots from range instead of waiting for an opportunity and coming in close for meatshots (watch clockwork or ruwin, they do it all the time). In the past, it seems like you didn't really know what you were doing most of the time, but i hope that because this is your second season of invite you'll be more comfortable/experienced.
What do I need to do/change to be successful Mr. SKILL_DETECTOR?
rate me pls
Vortex: One of the more underrated players in open. I think Vortex's strong dming ability is paired with all around fps skill and a drive to be the best (like a new-age slardel?). To improve, I recommend imroving your communication/teamwork. You can get away with being a lone wolf in open but when you reach the higher levels of IM, you'll start to regret not being familiar with coordinating your attacks or calling strats. Also, don't be such a hero all the time. Some of things you do are just retarded because you think you can out-dm everything. If you really want to improve, play smart at all times and don't try to be a hero, because playing consistently and winning your team rounds will speak for itself.
I am not gonna argue with you skill detector.... I will step it up
hey if you've ever played with me :)