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Signed Up November 10, 2013
Last Posted July 12, 2019 at 10:14 AM
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#8 Official Valve Competitive? in TF2 General Discussion

I wish valve would update it and more people played. I also wish it were as easy to queue up for TF2 as it is another game like OW or CSGO

posted 5 days ago
#5 g403 stops working for few seconds in Hardware

The IO Panel usually has them clearly labeled

posted 2 weeks ago
#38 Hellcatt lft in Recruitment (looking for team)

Hellcat frags, I fear this gamer

posted 2 weeks ago
#3 saga lft in Recruitment (looking for team)

Saga may be rough on the outside but once you get to know him he's a great teammate. He's always willing to stick around after scrims and discuss/demo review to improve. Definitely a guy who deserves a solid team and will do whatever it takes to get better. Did I mention he's a great medic?

posted 2 weeks ago
#3 LFP RGL S1 in Recruitment (looking for players)

bumparino 8)

posted 2 weeks ago
#6 prc37 scout lft in Recruitment (looking for team)

I've enjoyed my time spent on a team with prc. I may not know of his actions outside of scrims, but he always shows up with a good attitude and spirit. IIRC the one time we had smesi ring for us, he kept making snide comments of how he didn't want to heal or how he wanted to drop prc, and this was met without return from prc. Just my 2 cents.

posted 2 weeks ago
#35 rgb 4 shoutouts thread in LAN Discussion

This was my first lan so I’ve got a bunch of shoutouts.

First shout out is to my teammates boybill and saga for traveling from so far that we could show the community what our team has to offer in a competitive setting.

Second of all shout out to jay, gritoma and exerb for hanging out and being really great teammates with us at our first lan.

Shoutout to andrew, It was awesome after all these years to not only meet you, but get to pugscrim with you as well as compete against you at lan. An awesome thing to experience.

Shoutout to my man Sigh, I’ve known you for so long and meeting you at lan just hit me with nostalgia of all the dumb shit we used to do together in mumble. Watching you compete made me regret not continuing to play this game all these years. Hopefully this isn’t the last time we meet one another.

Shoutout to the boys, Brush, entropy, Bobby, bubbzi, Freddo, snarken, Bryaun, Yall honestly made the lan for me and the boys. We were a bit disappointed no one was urgently looking to pug or scrim and even though we were a bit better than you guys, you were all itching to keep scrimming us and it made all of our experiences all the more worthwhile. Playing some pugs after the tourney with you and sigh really made my weekend, it was a pleasure gaming and meeting all of y’all.

Shoutout Pablo/TheFridge, thanks for taking some time out of your night to talk to me and boybill about some tf2 during the finals. Really made my night and was so great to meet you.

Also Yerb, Same sentiment, I introduced myself to you as the golden cap of finals started and you were more than happy to spitball tf2 with me as we watched, may have meant a little to you but made my night.

Everyone else: it was so nice seeing all your faces and having the chance to introduce myself to the players I have the privilege of sharing my passion for this game with. Meeting the people I get to play with game with on a nightly basis was honestly so cool. The community we have is truly something special. I have so many good things to say about this lan and can’t wait to make it to the next one.

Finally, thanks to everyone who made this lan possible for all of us to enjoy. Your work truly pays off in a big way.

posted 3 weeks ago
#53 CP_CHAD [5cp] in Map Discussion

Dubthink made us all sign NDAs but what I can say is that this map lives up to its name.

posted 3 weeks ago
#1 LFP RGL S1 in Recruitment (looking for players)

Hey guys, us Esport Athletes are a gamer to join us in the first RGL/NACL season. We're hoping to play in Main. We're potentially looking for a player to fill in a spot on medic. We practice Sun-Thurs. If you're interested in trying out hit me up.

Discord- DonDorito#8724

Pocket Scout- Meatball
Flank Scout - DonDorito
Flank Soldier - Nimby
Pocket Soldier - lolguy
Demo - boybilly
Medic- ?

posted 1 month ago
#66 (web FPS) in Other Games
AzunisPlus you can do stuff like this

Holy shit

posted 1 month ago
#48 (web FPS) in Other Games

Just starting playing, will grind to level 10 and join as soon as I can

posted 1 month ago
#31 what's ur goto order from mcdonalds in Off Topic

2 double cheese burgers
1 lg fries
and if i feel i deserve it, a vanilla milkshake

posted 2 months ago
#80 Leagues meet to discuss future of North American TF2 in News

*ahem* Sigafoo bad.

But besides that if RGL canput up a LAN as well as everything else listed it might be a good place to start. Dare I say they have been *gaining traction* and a playerbase in the TF2 community, having all of the "subcategories" of TF2 under one org wouldn't be awful. While I'm sure no one here really has taken RGL seriously thus far, I'm sure many people have messed around in one of their leagues, and maybe this could be a chance for them to prove themselves.

posted 2 months ago
#21 Leagues meet to discuss future of North American TF2 in News
RecurseAnother, which was resoundingly rejected, was to unify all leagues behind a front-runner as to avoid fracturing the player pool.

I don't know a whole lot about anything, but to me this is the most important part of the article. Everyone says how much they love and care about this community and its success, but it seems like everyone is on their own team here. What is the reason for the divide? Profit? Ruleset? Map Pool? I feel like players would continue playing if there were just one league. It would create a more linear path where they could start at the lowest level and grind to the top. I feel like a lot of players have the experience of:
-Playing TF2
-Wanting to get better
-Participating in a free league
-Graduating to ESEA after gaining enough experience.
I feel like that gateway from UGC to ESEA is where the community loses a lot of potential players. And I believe that in the ideal scenario for TF2 to succeed there would be one league where players can pug/mix, organize scrims, and play their matches all one one platform. Sure other games like CS:GO have afforded having ESEA, Valve MM, and Faceit/Cevo whatever other clients, but the competitive playerbase is insane compared to TF2s.

posted 2 months ago
#53 Game of Thrones S8 in Off Topic

People say the first episode was boring but so many huge plot points were hit:
-Jon found out his true identity.
-Cersei has asked Bronn to kill Tyrion
-Theon saved his sister.
-Epic final scene
What more could people want from a first episode, there's a lot of good setup here imo.

posted 3 months ago
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