|Signed Up||March 9, 2016|
|Last Posted||January 13, 2023 at 12:40 AM|
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god i love murkscribe
LFT Medic Advanced
I have been working on myself, both as a teammate and person, I'm looking for a serious team whose goal is to stay together and improve (hopefully reach invite). I'm willing to put in whatever it takes and I'll demo review every day if I need to. I learned a lot last season and am looking to continue improving.
Message me: Slicerogue#1450
or add me: https://steamcommunity.com/id/Slicerogue/
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i may be a bit biased as I've always supported new maps in the pool. Still, at least in my experience being surrounded by a lot of players who started playing tf2 after badlands got removed, no one wanted to spend time in season learning an older map when other teams had older players with a significant experience gap, the only badlands game being between catface and donovins team both of which have had most of their players play pre-badlands-removal era. New maps at least get tried out or explored as an option to force an enemy ban.
trippa i can see invite teams at least getting their fees paid to incentivize playing there but i preferred the esea system where you have to do well or you get jack shit.
This incentivizes those teams to play advanced and win over playing low invite. because placing high in advanced would make more.
It's good to incentivize teams to move up and make more, the bottom of invite should never make less than the team winning advanced. If I think about only myself or the players who I know and hang/pug with I think dispersing money to top talent to go to rgl LAN would be cool and fun, but being honest if I put myself into the shoes of a mid-IM player whos trying to get better or wondering if dedicating more time to tf2 is worth it, id probably not really care for the difference between the regular online playoffs and the rgl LAN. either way, I'm probably going to catch the same online stream and watch the same fragmovie that comes from it.
This only really matters in my eyes because Invite prize pools are pretty much directly funded by the IM and main players who don't make playoffs. They also don't really get a say in how money is allocated. From what I've heard ( and I may be wrong) they poll the top teams and make a decision, so it's not really surprising that the majority of the money goes to the top teams.
Having an API, servers, paying for mentors and a newbie drive to be organized, paying admins and expecting higher quality and more professional work, and paying for the development of the league all creates a smoother experience.
This is especially true for those in the lower divisions who may not have all the networking and resources that people in advanced+ do.
Koth bunkalow is another p good 3v3 map
this format isn't that new, plenty of teams play it when scrims get canceled or after scrims.
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Every season there is always some list of the existing teams that I ask some guy who knows a guy who gives me the list and by the end of the pre-season everyone has the list anyways can we just have that list posted when its made because it helps us make scrims with people and it helps lft people find tryouts.
I recently have really been trying to control my weight and cut my sugar so I've rehauled my food. I make sure to make my lunch in the morning and take it with me to work.
This usually takes me 10-15 minutes in the morning.
I Buy frozen veggies in the bags, normally broccoli/cauliflower mix, followed by a different bag mix of some carrot onion and bell peppers. These are usually like a dollar for a 12-16 oz bag here in California.
: I prep these in 2 main ways, i either steam or boil, and depending on what I'm adding after i might sautee them in the pan as well. I make sure to use different spices each day so i dont get bored. sometimes I just eat it straight up plain as the peppers have some sweetness and it can make a nice change. They come prechopped so its as easy and putting them in and tossing some spices on it.
I normally grill chicken or make burgers out of ground beef/turkey/bison. I don't always marinade but I do always season, again with different things each day so I don't get bored. (sometimes ill cut paneer/tofu into slices and grill them if I feel tired of meat or want something different)
Usually, I have some yogurt, cottage cheese, fruit (normally some type of berry, grapes, an apple, or prunes, i imagine you could have nuts, I'm allergic tho). All of these things are ready to go grab and pack things. Sometimes ill make mashed potatoes the night before and leave a little for lunch the next day.
Drink: Water is king, if it's too boring you can get those flavorings but be mindful about which ones you get cuz some can have lots of unwanted sugar. I have a microwave at work so I take some instant coffee and a stevia packet (you could take sugar or honey) so I can make a coffee at work if I want to, and if I don't use it I can just take it the next day.
I use different spice mixes i found at my local supermarket I am not that great at cooking but I know I'm a lazy fuck and this is just the best way for me to prep a healthy meal in a short amount of time and include variety without taking too much time.
Brimstonewhat's the point of issuing a warning to someone and then not telling them what it was
it doesn't matter how 'obvious' it should or shouldn't be
if you don't specifically point out what behavior your want to be stopped i honestly think there's no room for you to complain when it continues
they should def be able to point out what happened, the problem from what I've seen is that the person who reports it is easily targeted, post report, by that person/their friend group. rgl is attempting to provide as safe a reporting space as possible, they don't want it affecting people's ability to get on teams or enjoy public pugs. if mopsy has only done hateful speech or offended a person once and got reported for it and found out what happened shed definitely be able to figure out who reported her. which in some cases might be good because she might be able to apologize but in some case might be bad because her or her friend group would just hate that person.
I understand that not telling people what they did doesn't help them improve their behavior, and I'm not agreeing with it, I'm just saying that I understand the goal of rgl when they do that.
Subbed for us in an emergency when our demo left us post roster lock 2 seasons ago. He's super chill and really good. Def top main/advanced.
Tristen is awesome, always tries and is constantly improving. Please give him chances for your team, you will not be disappointed.