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#9 How do I *actually* pencil jump? in TF2 General Discussion

pencil jump == soldier legs uncrouched and not moving. He is straight as pencil. >:-(

posted about a year ago
#41 NA Invite Top 100: #5-#1 in News

an international ranking would be super cool, but I understand it may not be worth it because someone would have to rank hundreds, if not thousands, of NA players before it would be reasonable to include some europeans in the list

posted about a year ago
#33 NA Invite Top 100: #20-#11 in News

I'm sad lansky isn't top 10 because he seemed nice and was super good. 11 is close enough though :-)

posted about a year ago
#33 NA Invite Top 100: #50-#41 in News

lansky top 10 or we riot

posted about a year ago
#16 Easy tier 5 maps for soldier. in TF2 General Discussion

Second soar and collab. Surprised no one's mentioned finite. It's a great map and easier than soar imo.
rebound and aviator may be on the easier side imo. Legion can be easy if you can ctap.

tbf if you can do 30 tier 4's, you can just pick some maps that seem cool or fun and grind them out. No reason to stick to the "easy" ones. Difficulty is very subjective anyway.

posted about 2 years ago
#96 Thank You Letter to RGL in TF2 General Discussion
SetsulBob_MarleyI feel like this isn't true though lol? People have definitely been asking RGL admins to use discretion in their decisions...If admin discretion comes down to "please use admin discretion to not ban me even though I clearly broke a rule, think of the community" then it doesn't work.

The American legal system has had hundreds of years to iron out kinks, and it still sucks. The rgl ruleset literally cannot be perfect and should be flexible and responsive to weird situations. :-/ (and imo should generally be less harsh with bans...)

setsulYou're arguing for different rules for different people again. It is fundamentally unjust to have different punishments for the same infraction, just because someone accused you of cheating with no proof.

No, I am actually not. I am offering one idea I had that tries to make the ban length better match the severity. Missing a random request and missing a direct request are definitely very different. ​Messiah already confirmed that the "random" requests aren't really used for anything. It's just a mechanism to get people to record their demos so they have them for when they actually are requested.
If someone is cheating, the random requests don't help directly. They would still be asked directly for demos no matter what. So the ruleset I spent three seconds typing on the toilet and obviously has flaws still does a better job of not harming very innocent players who no one accuses of cheating. Cheaters would still get punished.

setsulAnd he did get banned for two weeks. It did not scare him into recording demos. So what do you suggest should happen after that? A longer ban? Guess what, that's exactly what happened. A two week ban again? It didn't work the first time, why should it work now? No ban at all, just give up because surely he's not cheating if he's that bad?
None of those are solutions.

I intentionally avoided trying to offer up a fully thought out solution, but there are definitely better ways to handle this :-/

I genuinely think just (long) bans should be very rare... Like basically only for confirmed hackers. I literally don't think anyone should be banned for a season for missing three random demos over the course of several years (specifically requested demos, probably yes). If this came up like six years ago when there was a more lively player base, I would probably have a different opinion...

This community is already in an insanely fragile state, removing players and potentially killing teams is not the way to go. Like I literally quit tf2 because I played a pub for five minutes during the pyro update :-/ Big bans for non-cheaters are even more devastating... (you can say "oOh We dOn'T knoW He wAS cHeaTing because he didn't submit a demo no one would look at because no one in their right mind would ever accuse him of cheating," but like literally who gives a shit. Again, if he had submitted this demo and he was cheating in it, he would probably still get to play :-/)
like I'm sorry but I literally cannot understand your take at all haha.

posted about 2 years ago
#80 Thank You Letter to RGL in TF2 General Discussion

Nerd essay because I feel weird about this ban length >:-(
Mostly because I feel like if I were antlers, I would literally just quit after this lol. Never interacted with him before but I really don't want an amateur caster to quit or not be able to play with his friends :-(

setsulYou do realise that everyone's been complaining about RGL always bending the rules, and now you're asking them to bend the rules?

I feel like this isn't true though lol? People have definitely been asking RGL admins to use discretion in their decisions...
People just want admins to not make totally arbitrary decisions (banning safrix for rhyming with the n-word in a private server before a scrim), but still apply intelligent discretion (maybe don't ban the guy who accidentally spec'd like 10 seconds before a match ended.) These are not opposed at all imo.

(clockwork's were the first posts I could think of and people always changes their opinions after the cool invite player posts.)

clkwrkthis is fucking tf2. there are not many people who play this game and cultivating a "for the community" approach should be the number 1 priority for the league. handing out severe punishments for even the most minor of offenses will do nothing but thin the playerbase. and there's nothing in this game but pride, so if they get banned and lose out on a season of playing the game, they might just not play the next season. i've seen similar things happen many times before, with players much more well known who have a lot more to lose. pure literally quit our team in esea after they didn't let us reschedule or fix a payment issue that left us forfeiting our first match. he felt that it wasn't worth the headache to play for a league that clearly wasn't player-focused at all. and that had a significant effect on the outcome of that season. we were one of the best teams pre-season and easily would've been fighting for first place had that not happened. that's the kind of shit you risk when a league makes it too difficult to play a game you only play for fun.


setsulThere should never be a "cast x games, allowed to cheat once" type of deal. The whole "but does he really need to record demos if he's not cheating" argument is garbage.

This is kind of a disingenuous reading of the situation... It's more like "The lowest scoring roamer in his division who no one suspects of cheating and contributes to the community by casting amateur matches in his free time in such a way that his config sometimes gets screwed up should not be banned for a whole season for a violating a rule that only exists to enforce other rules against cheating."

Antlers ~should~ record his demos, but fundamentally it doesn't really matter... Did anyone actually think that he was cheating? He got caught up in a rule that only exists to make it easier to enforce other rules. (If this rule didn't exist, real cheaters would have a much easier time saying "oopsies I don't have my demos" when directly requested. Otherwise, this rule would literally not need to exist. I highly doubt that the "random checks" are thorough...)

and that leads to my biggest gripe with this... Even IF he was cheating, had recorded the demo, and it provided evidence that he was cheating, I have a feeling that the rgl admins wouldn't really look at the demo and he would still get to play next season -_- It's not a "does he need to record demos if he's not cheating?", it's a "would he be banned right now if he had submitted a demo of him cheating?"


IMO, the "general" solution to this:
1. If you miss three demo requests, you get banned.
2. If all of the demo requests are "random," the ban is for a week or two. (Enough to scare people into recording demos, but not enough that people will just quit and hopefully not kill teams.)
3. If any of the requests are because you are legitimately suspected of cheating, you get banned for the three months. (Enough to stop cheaters from playing)
4. If rgl admin read this, please be applied intelligently so people don't quit this dying game.

posted about 2 years ago
#84 High Speed Rail in America in Off Topic

you busy talking about high speed rail in US, while I'm busy high speed railin' u mom

posted about 2 years ago
#14 What are the little things that make you happy in World Events

glad I'm not the only fan of his here <3

posted about 2 years ago
#13 personal favorite alias? in TF2 General Discussion

sideways whoopi goldberg is an obvious choice

posted about 2 years ago
#17 "tf2 projectiles have aim assist" in TF2 General Discussion

Is this not common knowledge...?

imo this is one of the big reasons to consider the original over stock rl, since the cross-hair position is more consistent when going for directs, it kind of removes a luck factor imo :-/.

Asi_PasasiI think The Original does this but to only fix it vertically, instead of both horizontally and vertically.

isn't the original fired out of your face? you can shoot through small horizontal and vertical cracks so I've always assumed there was no adjustment (or at least it was very small.)

posted about 2 years ago
#11 Why are those browser benchmarks still used? in The Dumpster
hpqoeumake sure to compile firefox with -O3 and -funroll-loops for maximum speed and also use gentoo none of that precompiled shit

I wouldn't rely on -funroll-loops for something so critical... Compiler writers are smart, but gentoo users go even further beyond. If you aren't modifying your browser's source to manually unroll its loops, you'll be missing out on those critical FLOPS, meaning horribly paced refresh times.

posted about 2 years ago
#28 What are your favorite garbage weapons to use? in TF2 General Discussion

I went through a phase...

posted about 2 years ago
#99 Proper Performance Guide on TF2. [UNFINISHED] in Customization

are SSDs actually very helpful for games like tf2? I would think pretty much everything could be loaded into memory when actually playing... So, my gut feeling is that reading stuff from disk isn't that common?

posted about 2 years ago
#15 the ubersaw and the medic meta in TF2 General Discussion
AimIsADickpiratehere comes aimisadick to tell us his shitty opinion for the 1000th time
And I'm here! Übersaw is just overrated trash. My posts sum up my reasons why. [1][2]

  • Über chaining does not work at all; it requires the medic to abandon his pocket, which puts both at extreme risk, just to gain a few more seconds which are wasted anyways. Also the consumption rate eats away at half of the über-on-hit.
  • Übersaw's taunt kill is useless. You get stuck in a single position which is dangerous and it's easy for the enemy to dodge the taunt kill.

edit: Lol I'm immediately downvoted as soon as I posted. Perfect! (Well I have 2 posts that still have positive votes so yay I guess.)

Your first point is just wrong... The ubersaw is balanced around milliseconds per percent decrease, not consumption rate...

posted about 2 years ago
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