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Ready Up: Competitive Team Fortress 2 Premiere
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#31
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#32
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BibleThump

BibleThump
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#33
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CoYoTeSummary:
TF2 is dead and there's nothing anyone can do
Friendship is good and fun haha ! :)
Repeat this over and over for 1 hour.

strip this man of his nerdstar

[quote=CoYoTe]Summary:
TF2 is dead and there's nothing anyone can do
Friendship is good and fun haha ! :)
Repeat this over and over for 1 hour.[/quote]
strip this man of his nerdstar
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#34
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CoYoTeSummary:
TF2 is dead and there's nothing anyone can do
Friendship is good and fun haha ! :)
Repeat this over and over for 1 hour.

life can be so much better if you just like things (and people) every once in a while

[quote=CoYoTe]Summary:
TF2 is dead and there's nothing anyone can do
Friendship is good and fun haha ! :)
Repeat this over and over for 1 hour.[/quote]
life can be so much better if you just like things (and people) every once in a while
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#35
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I wasn't even at LAN once and I'm still crying. <3

I wasn't even at LAN once and I'm still crying. <3
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#36
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shit was trash

https://i.imgur.com/EfKjpiJ.png?1

CoYoTeSummary:
TF2 is dead and there's nothing anyone can do
Friendship is good and fun haha ! :)
Repeat this over and over for 1 hour.
shit was trash
[img]https://i.imgur.com/EfKjpiJ.png?1[/img]

[quote=CoYoTe]Summary:
TF2 is dead and there's nothing anyone can do
Friendship is good and fun haha ! :)
Repeat this over and over for 1 hour.[/quote]
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#37
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i think they missed the chance to put a huge really cool fragmovie at the end but its amazing anyways, cried more than i did at tip of the hats

i think they missed the chance to put a huge really cool fragmovie at the end but its amazing anyways, cried more than i did at tip of the hats
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#38
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That was great, it really was the true embodiment of TF2. Everybody involved wants it to be great, everybody loves it but sometimes it just doesn't work out and people move on but still love it.

I've been off and on with watching tf2 since i52, but it'll always be something I'll remember the events. Hell I remember when Sal hit his head with a pan for donations for I series.

That was great, it really was the true embodiment of TF2. Everybody involved wants it to be great, everybody loves it but sometimes it just doesn't work out and people move on but still love it.

I've been off and on with watching tf2 since i52, but it'll always be something I'll remember the events. Hell I remember when Sal hit his head with a pan for donations for I series.
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#39
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That was a beautiful ending to a fantastic documentary. I don't like most of you guys, but I still love you.

That was a beautiful ending to a fantastic documentary. I don't like most of you guys, but I still love you.
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#40
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indecencyshit was trash
https://i.imgur.com/EfKjpiJ.png?1
CoYoTeSummary:
TF2 is dead and there's nothing anyone can do
Friendship is good and fun haha ! :)
Repeat this over and over for 1 hour.

lmao if that's all you can take from that hour+ long documentary you must have some serious brain problems

[quote=indecency]shit was trash
[img]https://i.imgur.com/EfKjpiJ.png?1[/img]

[quote=CoYoTe]Summary:
TF2 is dead and there's nothing anyone can do
Friendship is good and fun haha ! :)
Repeat this over and over for 1 hour.[/quote][/quote]
lmao if that's all you can take from that hour+ long documentary you must have some serious brain problems
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#41
cp_granary_pro
11 Frags +

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uTuncnLrA0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uTuncnLrA0
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#42
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Daijouindecencyshit was trash
https://i.imgur.com/EfKjpiJ.png?1
CoYoTeSummary:
TF2 is dead and there's nothing anyone can do
Friendship is good and fun haha ! :)
Repeat this over and over for 1 hour.
lmao if that's all you can take from that hour+ long documentary you must have some serious brain problems

tell me wat u extracted from that piece of hour long garbage

[quote=Daijou][quote=indecency]shit was trash
[img]https://i.imgur.com/EfKjpiJ.png?1[/img]

[quote=CoYoTe]Summary:
TF2 is dead and there's nothing anyone can do
Friendship is good and fun haha ! :)
Repeat this over and over for 1 hour.[/quote][/quote]
lmao if that's all you can take from that hour+ long documentary you must have some serious brain problems[/quote]
tell me wat u extracted from that piece of hour long garbage
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#43
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Still salty I couldn't go, but well done folks :D Great production! I've been a member of other communities, but none is as good as this one. I still hang out every night with the same people despite me being the only one really involved in TF2 anymore.

Still salty I couldn't go, but well done folks :D Great production! I've been a member of other communities, but none is as good as this one. I still hang out every night with the same people despite me being the only one really involved in TF2 anymore.
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#44
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I liked it but there are some problems. I'll write a longer post when it's uploaded on youtube or something

I liked it but there are some problems. I'll write a longer post when it's uploaded on youtube or something
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#45
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CoYoTeSummary:
TF2 is dead and there's nothing anyone can do
Friendship is good and fun haha ! :)
Edit: also leach off other games and beg that people from those games will finally give u the recognition u deserve !!!
Repeat this over and over for 1 hour.

This is some garbage tier bait.

[quote=CoYoTe]Summary:
TF2 is dead and there's nothing anyone can do
Friendship is good and fun haha ! :)
Edit: also leach off other games and beg that people from those games will finally give u the recognition u deserve !!!
Repeat this over and over for 1 hour.[/quote]
This is some garbage tier bait.
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#46
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telephone_fani think they missed the chance to put a huge really cool fragmovie at the end but its amazing anyways, cried more than i did at tip of the hats

That wasn't the point of the documentary though. IMO I would feel it would be a little out of place if there was a frag movie

[quote=telephone_fan]i think they missed the chance to put a huge really cool fragmovie at the end but its amazing anyways, cried more than i did at tip of the hats[/quote]

That wasn't the point of the documentary though. IMO I would feel it would be a little out of place if there was a frag movie
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#47
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i think it would have fit in with the super-hype ending and credits

i think it would have fit in with the super-hype ending and credits
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#48
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CoYoTeSummary:
TF2 is dead and there's nothing anyone can do
Friendship is good and fun haha ! :)
Edit: also leach off other games and beg that people from those games will finally give u the recognition u deserve !!!
Repeat this over and over for 1 hour.

You could have paraphrased this further by saying something along the lines of "All they did was talk about the competitive TF2 community for an hour", but then I guess it would be harder to justify posting something so retarded.

edit: In case it wasn't clear I'm calling him retarded, not the video.

[quote=CoYoTe]Summary:
TF2 is dead and there's nothing anyone can do
Friendship is good and fun haha ! :)
Edit: also leach off other games and beg that people from those games will finally give u the recognition u deserve !!!
Repeat this over and over for 1 hour.[/quote]
You could have paraphrased this further by saying something along the lines of "All they did was talk about the competitive TF2 community for an hour", but then I guess it would be harder to justify posting something so retarded.

edit: In case it wasn't clear I'm calling him retarded, not the video.
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#49
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I loved the Docu last night, So happy I canceled my morning meetings cause I was so hype after it I had trouble falling asleep.

Loved it all, and really made me relive some of the best moments from maxlan, the iseries and all the online stuff.

It was fantastic to see all the stories and the people highlighted, as well as people like Tapley, Byte, Pledge, Agro, Tempest, Bones, Arx and Beta, and many many more who weren't highlighted in the video (which makes sens, you only have a hour to go through it all).

I loved the Docu last night, So happy I canceled my morning meetings cause I was so hype after it I had trouble falling asleep.

Loved it all, and really made me relive some of the best moments from maxlan, the iseries and all the online stuff.

It was fantastic to see all the stories and the people highlighted, as well as people like Tapley, Byte, Pledge, Agro, Tempest, Bones, Arx and Beta, and many many more who weren't highlighted in the video (which makes sens, you only have a hour to go through it all).
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#50
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I swear if Valve re-release TF2 upgraded and clean with 6v6 as the main aspect of the game for competetive with source 2.0 it would explode as an e-sport.

I swear if Valve re-release TF2 upgraded and clean with 6v6 as the main aspect of the game for competetive with source 2.0 it would explode as an e-sport.
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#51
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i wanna see the fuckin video

https://www.twitch.tv/videos/230370460?t=07h27m16s

here it is so u dont have to scrub through twitch stream

i wanna see the fuckin video

https://www.twitch.tv/videos/230370460?t=07h27m16s

here it is so u dont have to scrub through twitch stream
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#52
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It really wasn't anything we haven't seen before. It was the same discussion about how tf2 could have grown if valve cared, how the community all love each other and is a tight-knit group of friends all bound by their love of the game. But I just wish it focused on the positive aspects of the game, cool plays throughout the years, asking people about their favourite moments. Instead it was just people whining and repeating themselves for the majority of it.

that being said the production side of it was great

It really wasn't anything we haven't seen before. It was the same discussion about how tf2 could have grown if valve cared, how the community all love each other and is a tight-knit group of friends all bound by their love of the game. But I just wish it focused on the positive aspects of the game, cool plays throughout the years, asking people about their favourite moments. Instead it was just people whining and repeating themselves for the majority of it.

that being said the production side of it was great
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#53
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Jynxii...

I partially agree with what you're saying, but the impression I got was that it was intended to be a wistful look back on competitive TF2 mostly from the perspective of people who used to be heavily involved with it.

I think that it was a creative choice not to include facts and tidbits about the competitive scene. Aside from the mentioning high technical skill and the ubercharge mechanic, the focus seemed to be more on community and what makes TF2 special. Unfortunately to explain what makes TF2 what it is you have to go into the negative detail too.

[quote=Jynxii]...[/quote]
I partially agree with what you're saying, but the impression I got was that it was intended to be a wistful look back on competitive TF2 mostly from the perspective of people who used to be heavily involved with it.

I think that it was a creative choice not to include facts and tidbits about the competitive scene. Aside from the mentioning high technical skill and the ubercharge mechanic, the focus seemed to be more on community and what makes TF2 special. Unfortunately to explain what makes TF2 what it is you have to go into the negative detail too.
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#54
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I just feel at this point we should be celebrating what we have achieved over the many years, rather than still rehashing the same old points that are likely to achieve nothing at this point. But I guess they are an integral part of our game at this point. However, after 5 years of playing this game i've heard all of these complaints and arguments thousands of times and it's tiring at this point.

I just feel at this point we should be celebrating what we have achieved over the many years, rather than still rehashing the same old points that are likely to achieve nothing at this point. But I guess they are an integral part of our game at this point. However, after 5 years of playing this game i've heard all of these complaints and arguments thousands of times and it's tiring at this point.
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#55
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ggwp <3

ggwp <3
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#56
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Great documentary, made me tear up a bit.

I was a bit disappointed though that it didn't mention any game-modes other than 6v6 (highlander, ultiduo, bball e.t.c), because people playing them make up for a large part of the community. Highlander Community Challenge in 2011, for example, was an insanely huge event and brought in thousands of new players into competitive.

P.S. Any update on when it's uploaded to YT?

Great documentary, made me tear up a bit.

I was a bit disappointed though that it didn't mention any game-modes other than 6v6 (highlander, ultiduo, bball e.t.c), because people playing them make up for a large part of the community. Highlander Community Challenge in 2011, for example, was an [b]insanely huge[/b] event and brought in thousands of new players into competitive.

P.S. Any update on when it's uploaded to YT?
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#57
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ClarkGreat documentary, made me tear up a bit.

I was a bit disappointed though that it didn't mention any game-modes other than 6v6 (highlander, ultiduo, bball e.t.c), because people playing them make up for a large part of the community. Highlander Community Challenge in 2011, for example, was an insanely huge event and brought in thousands of new players into competitive.

P.S. Any update on when it's uploaded to YT?

There's no reason to mention those, how or where people got into 6s wasn't even mentioned in the documentary (including even the 6s related events!) because it wasn't really the point of it and it would have easily bogged it down & over-complicated the docu to non-TF2 players.

[quote=Clark]Great documentary, made me tear up a bit.

I was a bit disappointed though that it didn't mention any game-modes other than 6v6 (highlander, ultiduo, bball e.t.c), because people playing them make up for a large part of the community. Highlander Community Challenge in 2011, for example, was an [b]insanely huge[/b] event and brought in thousands of new players into competitive.

P.S. Any update on when it's uploaded to YT?[/quote]

There's no reason to mention those, how or where people got into 6s wasn't even mentioned in the documentary (including even the 6s related events!) because it wasn't really the point of it and it would have easily bogged it down & over-complicated the docu to non-TF2 players.
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#58
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Great job Dashner et al!

Will it be uploaded to the YouTube anytime soon?

Great job Dashner et al!

Will it be uploaded to the YouTube anytime soon?
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#59
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DarkNecridClarkGreat documentary, made me tear up a bit.

I was a bit disappointed though that it didn't mention any game-modes other than 6v6 (highlander, ultiduo, bball e.t.c), because people playing them make up for a large part of the community. Highlander Community Challenge in 2011, for example, was an insanely huge event and brought in thousands of new players into competitive.

P.S. Any update on when it's uploaded to YT?

There's no reason to mention those, how or where people got into 6s wasn't even mentioned in the documentary (including even the 6s related events!) because it wasn't really the point of it and it would have easily bogged it down & over-complicated the docu to non-TF2 players.

To me personally the docu was about the strength of the community so passionate and resilient it has managed not only to survive against all odds, but to build much more together than could have ever been anticipated.
I'm not sure how taking a minute or two to mention the single biggest event thought-out and organized by members of said community could over-complicate things for viewers not familiar with tf2, especially since it was such a crucial moment for competitive.

[quote=DarkNecrid][quote=Clark]Great documentary, made me tear up a bit.

I was a bit disappointed though that it didn't mention any game-modes other than 6v6 (highlander, ultiduo, bball e.t.c), because people playing them make up for a large part of the community. Highlander Community Challenge in 2011, for example, was an [b]insanely huge[/b] event and brought in thousands of new players into competitive.

P.S. Any update on when it's uploaded to YT?[/quote]

There's no reason to mention those, how or where people got into 6s wasn't even mentioned in the documentary (including even the 6s related events!) because it wasn't really the point of it and it would have easily bogged it down & over-complicated the docu to non-TF2 players.[/quote]
To me personally the docu was about the strength of the community so passionate and resilient it has managed not only to survive against all odds, but to build much more together than could have ever been anticipated.
I'm not sure how taking a minute or two to mention the single biggest event thought-out and organized by members of said community could over-complicate things for viewers not familiar with tf2, especially since it was such a crucial moment for competitive.
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#60
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ClarkTo me personally the docu was about the strength of the community so passionate and resilient it has managed not only to survive against all odds, but to build much more together than could have ever been anticipated.
I'm not sure how taking a minute or two to mention the single biggest event thought-out and organized by members of said community could over-complicate things for viewers not familiar with tf2, especially since it was such a crucial moment for competitive.

It spends what little time it does have talking about the game itself explaining 6v6 and the core classes and sidesteps all the other games & communities and events that led to 6v6 being the popular e-sports mode, again including the 6v6 specific ones. Heck they don't even touch on the 5 other classes or KOTH to just keep the gameplay explanation timely and simple.

If the documentary didn't even spend time on the 6v6 specific events that helped 6s grow, it sure as hell isn't going to throw ultiduo/bball/mge/Highlander/anything else not 6s TF2 into the mix and dilute the focus.

It would also take more than a minute or two to do those things real justice which is also extra time you have to find a way to fit into the documentary's pacing, and if there was any kind of optimal time limit as consideration for the Grand Finals then you have to work around that.

This wasn't really a "History of Competitive TF2" documentary, where stuff like the ETF2L Highlander Challenge (and 6v9 events and MGE etc) would basically be necessary to bring up if you were doing it competently. It doesn't really touch on much of the actual history of 6s at all outside of the modern LANs fundraising really.

[quote=Clark]
To me personally the docu was about the strength of the community so passionate and resilient it has managed not only to survive against all odds, but to build much more together than could have ever been anticipated.
I'm not sure how taking a minute or two to mention the single biggest event thought-out and organized by members of said community could over-complicate things for viewers not familiar with tf2, especially since it was such a crucial moment for competitive.[/quote]

It spends what little time it does have talking about the game itself explaining 6v6 and the core classes and sidesteps all the other games & communities and events that led to 6v6 being the popular e-sports mode, again including the 6v6 specific ones. Heck they don't even touch on the 5 other classes or KOTH to just keep the gameplay explanation timely and simple.

If the documentary didn't even spend time on the 6v6 specific events that helped 6s grow, it sure as hell isn't going to throw ultiduo/bball/mge/Highlander/anything else not 6s TF2 into the mix and dilute the focus.

It would also take more than a minute or two to do those things real justice which is also extra time you have to find a way to fit into the documentary's pacing, and if there was any kind of optimal time limit as consideration for the Grand Finals then you have to work around that.

This wasn't really a "History of Competitive TF2" documentary, where stuff like the ETF2L Highlander Challenge (and 6v9 events and MGE etc) would basically be necessary to bring up if you were doing it competently. It doesn't really touch on much of the actual history of 6s at all outside of the modern LANs fundraising really.
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