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DM plateaus
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#1
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hi gamers, i feel like ive plateaued with my all my aspects of DM. I can't seem to get better at movement, aim, or directs and i don't get any benefit from grinding mge anymore. so tftv, do you know any ways to get over massive plateaus? thanks :)

hi gamers, i feel like ive plateaued with my all my aspects of DM. I can't seem to get better at movement, aim, or directs and i don't get any benefit from grinding mge anymore. so tftv, do you know any ways to get over massive plateaus? thanks :)
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#2
-15 Frags +

bro u just click on ppl or where theyre going lmao
also the answer to any fps question is play more quake

bro u just click on ppl or where theyre going lmao
also the answer to any fps question is play more quake
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#3
12 Frags +

play another game

come back to tf2

continue poundage

play another game

come back to tf2

continue poundage
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#4
-10 Frags +

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#5
24 Frags +

stop play tf2 for few days

even better dont play fps for a few days

its like muscles u gotta rest em so they can growski broski

stop play tf2 for few days

even better dont play fps for a few days

its like muscles u gotta rest em so they can growski broski
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#6
-2 Frags +

playing half an hour of dm a day will benefit you more than grinding it for 5
dont change your setup e.g. sensitivity, resolution, huds etc

= prem/invite in a couple months

playing half an hour of dm a day will benefit you more than grinding it for 5
dont change your setup e.g. sensitivity, resolution, huds etc

= prem/invite in a couple months
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#7
4 Frags +

Take a break from playing like mentioned above. It's either too hard for you to see yourself improving or you're slowly burning yourself out.

If you can't help the itch to play (a good sign) do some invite/prem demo reviews of whatever roles you prefer playing. If your DM plateaus your gamesense might be the next thing to work on for now

Take a break from playing like mentioned above. It's either too hard for you to see yourself improving or you're slowly burning yourself out.

If you can't help the itch to play (a good sign) do some invite/prem demo reviews of whatever roles you prefer playing. If your DM plateaus your gamesense might be the next thing to work on for now
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#8
1 Frags +

There's more to DM than just clicking where you want to. Try being more patient with shots, force yourself to try a slightly different aiming style. Taking a break for a few days and try to come back with a different perspective is good

There's more to DM than just clicking where you want to. Try being more patient with shots, force yourself to try a slightly different aiming style. Taking a break for a few days and try to come back with a different perspective is good
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#9
-3 Frags +

You didn't grind enough.Grind MGE untill you can beat 99.9% of people

You didn't grind enough.Grind MGE untill you can beat 99.9% of people
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#10
4 Frags +

acquire more elo, defeat more Jujus

acquire more elo, defeat more Jujus
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#11
-7 Frags +
Makyacquire more elo, defeat more Jujus

sorry juju has peaked no one has ever beaten him

[quote=Maky]acquire more elo, defeat more Jujus[/quote]
sorry juju has peaked no one has ever beaten him
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#12
0 Frags +
smziplaying half an hour of dm a day will benefit you more than grinding it for 5
dont change your setup e.g. sensitivity, resolution, huds etc

= prem/invite in a couple months

of all your tf2 hours, how long would you say you spent on dm/mge/jump?

I've not asked too many people but I think Rising said around 1k while alba said 4 or 5k.

[quote=smzi]playing half an hour of dm a day will benefit you more than grinding it for 5
dont change your setup e.g. sensitivity, resolution, huds etc

= prem/invite in a couple months[/quote]
of all your tf2 hours, how long would you say you spent on dm/mge/jump?

I've not asked too many people but I think Rising said around 1k while alba said 4 or 5k.
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