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#1
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im wanna be good

im wanna be good
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#2
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At melee? No fucking point. You're competing with sweaty meatballs who've been honing ther skills in melee for literally at least 10 years, playing on fucked up stages that favor certain characters and with lopsided matchups. Your only hope is to play marth or fox, and even still you need to sink hundreds of dollars into weeklies to see real improvement.

At melee? No fucking point. You're competing with sweaty meatballs who've been honing ther skills in melee for literally at least 10 years, playing on fucked up stages that favor certain characters and with lopsided matchups. Your only hope is to play marth or fox, and even still you need to sink hundreds of dollars into weeklies to see real improvement.
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#3
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rongolAt melee? No fucking point. You're competing with sweaty meatballs who've been honing ther skills in melee for literally at least 10 years, playing on fucked up stages that favor certain characters and with lopsided matchups. Your only hope is to play marth or fox, and even still you need to sink hundreds of dollars into weeklies to see real improvement.

defeatist attitude

[quote=rongol]At melee? No fucking point. You're competing with sweaty meatballs who've been honing ther skills in melee for literally at least 10 years, playing on fucked up stages that favor certain characters and with lopsided matchups. Your only hope is to play marth or fox, and even still you need to sink hundreds of dollars into weeklies to see real improvement.[/quote]
defeatist attitude
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#4
EU Production Lead
3 Frags +

Bring controler to LAN, big melee hangout at nevos setup (but dont tell anyone)

Bring controler to LAN, big melee hangout at nevos setup (but dont tell anyone)
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#5
2 Frags +

download the unclepunch iso and speak to thesucker for coaching

download the unclepunch iso and speak to thesucker for coaching
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#6
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hamahamrongolAt melee? No fucking point. You're competing with sweaty meatballs who've been honing ther skills in melee for literally at least 10 years, playing on fucked up stages that favor certain characters and with lopsided matchups. Your only hope is to play marth or fox, and even still you need to sink hundreds of dollars into weeklies to see real improvement.defeatist attitude

enjoy getting bopped continuously until you quit like the rest of us.

[quote=hamaham][quote=rongol]At melee? No fucking point. You're competing with sweaty meatballs who've been honing ther skills in melee for literally at least 10 years, playing on fucked up stages that favor certain characters and with lopsided matchups. Your only hope is to play marth or fox, and even still you need to sink hundreds of dollars into weeklies to see real improvement.[/quote]
defeatist attitude[/quote]
enjoy getting bopped continuously until you quit like the rest of us.
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#7
EU Production Lead
1 Frags +
rongolhamahamrongolAt melee? No fucking point. You're competing with sweaty meatballs who've been honing ther skills in melee for literally at least 10 years, playing on fucked up stages that favor certain characters and with lopsided matchups. Your only hope is to play marth or fox, and even still you need to sink hundreds of dollars into weeklies to see real improvement.defeatist attitudeenjoy getting bopped continuously until you quit like the rest of us.

In the words of the wise Reggie Files-Aime: The Game Is Fun

[quote=rongol][quote=hamaham][quote=rongol]At melee? No fucking point. You're competing with sweaty meatballs who've been honing ther skills in melee for literally at least 10 years, playing on fucked up stages that favor certain characters and with lopsided matchups. Your only hope is to play marth or fox, and even still you need to sink hundreds of dollars into weeklies to see real improvement.[/quote]
defeatist attitude[/quote]
enjoy getting bopped continuously until you quit like the rest of us.[/quote]
In the words of the wise Reggie Files-Aime: The Game Is Fun
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#8
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rongolAt tf2? No fucking point. You're competing with sweaty meatballs who've been honing ther skills in tf2 for literally at least 10 years, playing on fucked up maps that favor certain characters and with lopsided matchups. Your only hope is to play scout or medic, and even still you need to sink hundreds of weeks into seasons to see real improvement.

Extremely lame mindset to have, what's the point of getting into any game?

It's so much easier to get into and improve at modern melee, that it would literally only take a few months of grinding tech skill to catch up to some of the best if you're absolutely trying your best (and abusing all the guides and knowledge currently available). The hardest part would be getting into neutrals, grinding punishes, etc. Yeah it would take a long time to be considered a top player, but to become a decent one? All it takes is a good mindset, the will to admit you make a lot of mistakes, and the motivation to improve. That goes for any game, or almost anything in life.

[quote=rongol]At tf2? No fucking point. You're competing with sweaty meatballs who've been honing ther skills in tf2 for literally at least 10 years, playing on fucked up maps that favor certain characters and with lopsided matchups. Your only hope is to play scout or medic, and even still you need to sink hundreds of weeks into seasons to see real improvement.[/quote]

Extremely lame mindset to have, what's the point of getting into any game?

It's so much easier to get into and improve at modern melee, that it would literally only take a few months of grinding tech skill to catch up to some of the best if you're absolutely trying your best (and abusing all the guides and knowledge currently available). The hardest part would be getting into neutrals, grinding punishes, etc. Yeah it would take a long time to be considered a top player, but to become a decent one? All it takes is a good mindset, the will to admit you make a lot of mistakes, and the motivation to improve. That goes for any game, or almost anything in life.
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#9
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NurseyrongolAt tf2? No fucking point. You're competing with sweaty meatballs who've been honing ther skills in tf2 for literally at least 10 years, playing on fucked up maps that favor certain characters and with lopsided matchups. Your only hope is to play scout or medic, and even still you need to sink hundreds of weeks into seasons to see real improvement.
Extremely lame mindset to have, what's the point of getting into any game?

It's so much easier to get into and improve at modern melee, that it would literally only take a few months of grinding tech skill to catch up to some of the best if you're absolutely trying your best (and abusing all the guides and knowledge currently available). The hardest part would be getting into neutrals, grinding punishes, etc. Yeah it would take a long time to be considered a top player, but to become a decent one? All it takes is a good mindset, the will to admit you make a lot of mistakes, and the motivation to improve. That goes for any game, or almost anything in life.

If you think being put 8th on your state's power ranking is "decent", then ok, I submit. You just have lower standards and shallower goals than me.

[quote=Nursey][quote=rongol]At tf2? No fucking point. You're competing with sweaty meatballs who've been honing ther skills in tf2 for literally at least 10 years, playing on fucked up maps that favor certain characters and with lopsided matchups. Your only hope is to play scout or medic, and even still you need to sink hundreds of weeks into seasons to see real improvement.[/quote]

Extremely lame mindset to have, what's the point of getting into any game?

It's so much easier to get into and improve at modern melee, that it would literally only take a few months of grinding tech skill to catch up to some of the best if you're absolutely trying your best (and abusing all the guides and knowledge currently available). The hardest part would be getting into neutrals, grinding punishes, etc. Yeah it would take a long time to be considered a top player, but to become a decent one? All it takes is a good mindset, the will to admit you make a lot of mistakes, and the motivation to improve. That goes for any game, or almost anything in life.[/quote]
If you think being put 8th on your state's power ranking is "decent", then ok, I submit. You just have lower standards and shallower goals than me.
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#10
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shoot lasers sometimes jumping at them and sometimes away from them

if ur close u sometimes dair/nair, shine, grab, or utilt

after hitting them from step 2, try to get a shine

rest is up to u bc shine hitstun is fucking stupid, congrats u can now play falco well enough to stomp bad players

shoot lasers sometimes jumping at them and sometimes away from them

if ur close u sometimes dair/nair, shine, grab, or utilt

after hitting them from step 2, try to get a shine

rest is up to u bc shine hitstun is fucking stupid, congrats u can now play falco well enough to stomp bad players
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#11
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rongolAt melee? No fucking point. You're competing with sweaty meatballs who've been honing ther skills in melee for literally at least 10 years, playing on fucked up stages that favor certain characters and with lopsided matchups. Your only hope is to play marth or fox, and even still you need to sink hundreds of dollars into weeklies to see real improvement.

bruv tf2 is just as hard to get into as melee is yet you're still playing it

[quote=rongol]At melee? No fucking point. You're competing with sweaty meatballs who've been honing ther skills in melee for literally at least 10 years, playing on fucked up stages that favor certain characters and with lopsided matchups. Your only hope is to play marth or fox, and even still you need to sink hundreds of dollars into weeklies to see real improvement.[/quote]

bruv tf2 is just as hard to get into as melee is yet you're still playing it
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#12
4 Frags +
rongolAt melee? No fucking point. You're competing with sweaty meatballs who've been honing ther skills in melee for literally at least 10 years, playing on fucked up stages that favor certain characters and with lopsided matchups. Your only hope is to play marth or fox, and even still you need to sink hundreds of dollars into weeklies to see real improvement.

is this copypasta

[quote=rongol]At melee? No fucking point. You're competing with sweaty meatballs who've been honing ther skills in melee for literally at least 10 years, playing on fucked up stages that favor certain characters and with lopsided matchups. Your only hope is to play marth or fox, and even still you need to sink hundreds of dollars into weeklies to see real improvement.[/quote]

is this copypasta
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#13
-2 Frags +
tatuwahrongolAt melee? No fucking point. You're competing with sweaty meatballs who've been honing ther skills in melee for literally at least 10 years, playing on fucked up stages that favor certain characters and with lopsided matchups. Your only hope is to play marth or fox, and even still you need to sink hundreds of dollars into weeklies to see real improvement.
is this copypasta

no please dont

Infinity_rongolAt melee? No fucking point. You're competing with sweaty meatballs who've been honing ther skills in melee for literally at least 10 years, playing on fucked up stages that favor certain characters and with lopsided matchups. Your only hope is to play marth or fox, and even still you need to sink hundreds of dollars into weeklies to see real improvement.
bruv tf2 is just as hard to get into as melee is yet you're still playing it

there are a couple reasons why i play tf2
1. i like to talk with friendly gamers and pugging is usually fun unless everyone is sad
2. i don't need to pay to play pugs and most tournaments
3. i don't need to feel like i've been personally insulted if someone plays super duper gay

[quote=tatuwah][quote=rongol]At melee? No fucking point. You're competing with sweaty meatballs who've been honing ther skills in melee for literally at least 10 years, playing on fucked up stages that favor certain characters and with lopsided matchups. Your only hope is to play marth or fox, and even still you need to sink hundreds of dollars into weeklies to see real improvement.[/quote]

is this copypasta[/quote]
no please dont
[quote=Infinity_][quote=rongol]At melee? No fucking point. You're competing with sweaty meatballs who've been honing ther skills in melee for literally at least 10 years, playing on fucked up stages that favor certain characters and with lopsided matchups. Your only hope is to play marth or fox, and even still you need to sink hundreds of dollars into weeklies to see real improvement.[/quote]

bruv tf2 is just as hard to get into as melee is yet you're still playing it[/quote]
there are a couple reasons why i play tf2
1. i like to talk with friendly gamers and pugging is usually fun unless everyone is sad
2. i don't need to pay to play pugs and most tournaments
3. i don't need to feel like i've been personally insulted if someone plays super duper gay
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#14
0 Frags +

if you're serious about this then go to locals and grind out. this applies for any game that has a local scene (guilty gear, blazblue, tekken etc etc)

don't be afraid to ask for help in your local scene as most people are there to have fun and chill, the scene is always looking to teach others.

If you want to be mentored by a falco specifically and are willing to pay like $20 or something (only if you want too) Westballz will soon be coaching/giving lessons for aspiring melee players, hit him up on twitter/during his stream

if you're serious about this then go to locals and grind out. this applies for any game that has a local scene (guilty gear, blazblue, tekken etc etc)

don't be afraid to ask for help in your local scene as most people are there to have fun and chill, the scene is always looking to teach others.

If you want to be mentored by a falco specifically and are willing to pay like $20 or something (only if you want too) Westballz will soon be coaching/giving lessons for aspiring melee players, hit him up on twitter/during his stream
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