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#1 Mak needs our help in The Dumpster

He was in mumble on his phone in the bathtub. What does he tell his sister?

posted 3 days ago
#4 message to Doughy in The Dumpster

I don't apologise to incels

posted 5 days ago
#7125 Frag Clips Thread in Videos

Best mid I've ever seen. Top 8 team in EU btw.

posted 1 week ago
#9422 stream highlights in Videos disgusting

posted 2 weeks ago
#4 ETF2L admin credibility 2 in TF2 General Discussion

Thank you mr sir Bloodis that does indeed shed some light.

posted 3 weeks ago
#1 ETF2L admin credibility 2 in TF2 General Discussion

A decision made by the ETF2L Staff on the first round of div 1 playoffs has sparked some controversy. This match during the map of gullywash, team D&D broke a class limit rule, and successfully defended an uber dis-ad last hold after wiping on mid. They were punished with a single minor warning.

You can see for yourself here: (courtesy of BigBoyCasts).

There are two crucial points I would like to bring up. Firstly, ETF2L Staff handle rulebreaks on a case by case basis. Sometimes a rule break has no effect on the game, and so a minor warning is acceptable. Other times, the same rule break can massively change the tempo of a game, and the result of the match as a whole should be brought into question. Secondly, the outcome of this match could effect whether or not the teams get into the premiership division by winning div 1. Prem is held to a higher standard than other divs due to the broadcasting, and wanting to maintain top level competition.

For the first point, this was clearly an impactful rulebreak. The defending team is two men down after the offensive team get two frags with their uber. The push is then COMPLETELY halted by a player going pyro whilst the previous pyro was in the respawn queue. The rule is that a dead teammate counts as a player on the field. Meaning you can't kill, for example a medic, and then have another teammate swap to medic, and your medic comes up another class to preserve uber advantage. I emphasise the COMPLETELY halted part, because it was. The attacking team would have successfully pushed the last point with ease if the pyro was not there, making the map a 2-2 scoreline with 10 minutes left. That is an example of completely changing the tempo of a match using a rule break. If the attacking team had won the round anyway, that is an example of a little to no effect rule break. In the little to no effect scenario, that is where a minor warning would suffice. This is an unfair ruling given by the staff since the scoreline could very well be different. The two solutions are simple. Either replay 10 minutes, or the entire map of gullywash, and if Chimpanz Instinct take the map, then the decider map is played.

For the second point, this match could decide which team plays in the prem div in ETF2L. Why is this rulebreak being treated so mildly? It should be held to the same standards a prem official is held to.

Share your thoughts. I think the map should be replayed in its entirety, perhaps others have other interesting propositions on how to handle future cases.

posted 3 weeks ago
#127 no no word list in TF2 General Discussion

i got 0, pretty easy to not use slurs in chat but still be toxic

posted 3 weeks ago
#10 Get ØRA to i65 in LAN Discussion

if they reach their goal of €500 mak and myself will turkish oil wrestle on stream at lan

posted 4 weeks ago
#1 Asking for a friend... in The Dumpster

If you die to say, E-thot / Furry Extermination Expert in a pub, are you an e-thot / furry?

Same goes for Ghostkiller8971. Am I a ghost now? Is my friend a ghost now?

posted 1 month ago
#3 Fat people in The Dumpster

Half true, half not true. Everyone should be able to enjoy life. But at the same time people should take care of themselves.

posted 1 month ago
#1 Fat people in The Dumpster

"Any technologoly that reduces fat that peoples ability to enjoy life is a good thing"

says Hazza. A friend of mine, Teo and Mak Incel.


posted 1 month ago
#1 Making a tescos run in Off Topic

What you guys want?

Got orange juice, beer and iced tea on the list.

posted 1 month ago
#86 belle delphine selling bathwater in Off Topic

posted 1 month ago
#10 Granary in Map Discussion

Granary is fine as a map. It's different to all other maps in the pool for a few reasons:

Soldier is the strongest class.
7 cp playstyle
Tight chokes make it play differently, easy to learn holds/stalemates.
Easy to push out of last if you win a fight on last as defenders, as well as easy to push to last if you win a fight on second.
Lots more flank potential than other maps.
Mid and last plays like an arena fight testing team coordination over strats.
Plenty of offclasses easily viable.
Very basic strategies like ubertrading very viable.

It is such a unique map, I never get why the people who complain about it are the same people who want a new, fresh map. Look at process and sunshine, nearly identical maps. Look at metalworks, the "worst" parts of granary are so much more apparent there, but people still prefer it for some reason.

The problem with granary is that people don't know how to play it, not that it's a bad map (same with product and badlands). Granary and badlands are the two maps that people knew how to play better 3-5 years ago than they do now. If you want to learn how to play it, watch demos from years ago, not recent ones. Sometimes TF2 requires patience, something that todays players lack. Which I don't really get, since it's a part of the game. Don't know why people play the game if they dont have patience

posted 1 month ago
#65 belle delphine selling bathwater in Off Topic
morwanneghoolii want to see someone explain belle delphine to their grandparents"Person generates free attention, ad revenue, and popularity by employing controversial marketing gimmick. People who are outraged by this continue giving her attention, so at the end of the day she still wins."
The point isn't really her trying to make a profit off selling her bath water to desperate nerds. It's her making a profit off free advertisement generated by people who are outraged at how shameless she is. I know I certainly would've never heard of this girl if not for the bath water gimmick, so it must be working.

I'm so sick of this argument. It's not efficient advertisement. You hearing about this girl means nothing. Me hearing about this girl means nothing. All other lonely nerds hearing about her means nothing. It's such a niche market that it doesn't actually expand by having more advertisement, it's only negative since more people disagree with it, and some of those lonely nerds will end up being impacted by the masses disagreeing with it ethically. Therefore looking for some other E-girl to satisfy theirselves.

The saying "all publicity is good publicity" is a joke. It's not in todays day and age since there is always someone to replace anyone who has bad publicity. 10-20 years ago when there were not people to replace those with bad publicity, it was true, now it's not true.

Advertisers pay attention to whether or not number of views actually equals sales. Ad revenue/views means much less than people think for a site like instagram, since any random can click a link and have it mean nothing. Which is why specific posts mentioning a sponsor are so much more impactful. If you can't make a sponsored messages work, you are worthless to most investors nowadays.

posted 1 month ago
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