FlipFTW
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Signed Up November 10, 2020
Last Posted November 21, 2022 at 1:54 PM
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#7 Math lft in Recruitment (looking for team)

The most fitting description I have for Math is that of a team player and an anchor.

As a team player I have met of no other player yet who can so clearly see the bigger picture, the macrogame and is willing to lose his life to win a push enable a play to win the entire round. It's not really about epic high-bombs or wall bugs, though he does have those as well.

I'm stealing a description from a friend, but Math is a good image of a figure who serves as a "mental anchor" to many teams he has been on, a source of stability when things seem like they're headed full tilt, and a welcome calm level voice when things get messy.

He's also the kind of guy who when a loss happens or even an upset is willing to take the time and review, an attitude of improvement that any team looking to go somewhere will doubtlessly find valuable.

posted about a year ago
#15 maze LFT scout adv s6 in Recruitment (looking for team)

Not much to comment on that hasn't been said already. My experience playing with Maze is that he is committed to improving as a player, and importantly he has that willingness and drive to change and make sacrifices for the good of a team.

My first experience playing with Maze wasn't anything noteworthy, good DM with decent comms, but over the course of a season I witnessed him grow into a main caller, rapidly become a team leader when his team needed it.

If you pick Maze up and provide an environment worth growing in, I guarantee he will grow to fill the space he is given, and rise up to any challenge.

posted about a year ago
#11 tristen LFT in Recruitment (looking for team)

Talking with tristen I was immediately impressed with his knowledge of the game: in performing some demo reviews together, it was immediately apparent he had a great sense of what was going wrong, and how to fix it at all times. All this, however, was overshadowed by something even more notable than his experience: His passion.

I'd be very surprised if someone with this much passion toward TF2 doesn't improve rapidly, pick them up and try to match that level and I'm sure your team will go far.

tl;dr A roamer who goes positive more often than not, a scary opponent, a trustworthy ally.

posted about 2 years ago
#13 Reem Div 2 Demoman in Recruitment (looking for team)

Reem is the easily the most dedicated player I've had the experience of playing with - when he says he MGEs all the time to improve let me just say he isn't kidding, my first impression of Reem was when I woke up at 2:00AM in the morning to a text in our discord simply saying "anyone down for MGE?", I knew from that moment we had a committed demo.

Although we aren't on the same team now, you can ask any demo in the main div and they will tell you the demo their team fears most is Reem, from the first stick to the two-pipe the presence he puts out is really something to behold, I strongly recommend giving this man a tryout and experiencing it for yourself. Let me just say that if main did "all-star" rosters for classes like highlander, Reem would win that for the main div hands down.

To say Reem only cares about winning isn't really accurate, and to say Reem is incapable of handling criticism doesn't fit my experience from the time I spent playing with him. My largest impression of Reem's adaptability and dedication to improve was during pre-season when we were scrimming process. We had the experience of dealing with teams that would fast bomb our demo, the first scrim went rough as some mids we weren't prepared for it (It really was our first time dealing with it!). The next day, Reem went from getting caught out to getting a free soldier pick for us telling us everything he had researched about getting fast bombed, what to do, what the team can do, and how to play around it.

The point of that long-winded story is thus: Yeah, I think Reem cares about winning and losing, but who doesn't? What you need to know is that Reem is the kind of person willing to make the change, play differently for his team if they think a playstyle is better, or is willing to do his research into how to best perform his role.

As for 7gull's current situation, all I can say is I don't know the current situation between your players, but if your method of "constructive criticism" is actively chasing your team's best I have to really question its effectiveness.

Serious Div2/Adv teams out there on a hunt for a demo, give Reem a try, you won't regret it.

-FlipFTW

posted about 2 years ago
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