Lunacide
Account Details
SteamID64 76561197998954523
SteamID3 [U:1:38688795]
SteamID32 STEAM_0:1:19344397
Country United States
Signed Up July 18, 2012
Last Posted September 5, 2019 at 12:19 AM
Posts 790 (0.3 per day)
Game Settings
In-game Sensitivity 1
Windows Sensitivity fuck you bape
Raw Input 1
DPI
1800
Resolution
1920x1080
Refresh Rate
144hz
Hardware Peripherals
Mouse Deathadder
Keyboard some dell keyboard
Mousepad steelseries
Headphones Beyerdynamic DT 990 Pro
Monitor Asus 144hz
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#22 I can plus frag myself in Site Discussion

+fragging yourself is like masturbation

posted about 7 years ago
#43 what's yo inches/360 in Off Topic

3.6 soldier/demo

7.2 scout/sniper

posted about 7 years ago
#1 The BMW Mouse in Hardware

http://www.execdigital.com/gadgets/gaming/bmw-releases-ultimate-gaming-mouse

what

posted about 7 years ago
#22 shaking off the rust in TF2 General Discussion
Saltysally1mustardoverlorddamn straight you'll never play them if you don't watch them

the invite metagame is just better than anywhere else. sure you could figure out the specific retardation of the open team you're playing and counter it- I do that a lot. however, you also wanna learn how to actually play correctly, how to play proactively and force the other team to adapt to you. if you don't know how to do that you'll always be shit.
why prepare for the future if you're not their yet, if you counter the retardation of open that makes you higher then them, and if better then the other team then you should progress and watch a new demo that is your level, once you beat that level you progress to the next. you cant watch something higher then you and expect to apply the same principle to a completely unrelated match similarly learning small things like trap placement and micro gameplay like what to do with uber and where to jump as soldier can be very helpful in your open match but watching tlr, probably the best soldier in invite, wont help you beat the best soldier in open because you aren't tlr and your team isn't mix^.

tl;dr my dick is bigger then yours, you lose.

Mechanic wise, TF2 is a pretty simple game. An open player can easily apply the positioning, jumping position, heal order, rollouts, etc. of an invite player. Sure whats going through the invite players head is completely different than whats going through the open player, but you don't improve past your division by only trying to beat what's in your division.

posted about 7 years ago
#10 Get good in Off Topic

Whenever I start scrimming, my roommate goes "You gaming hard?"

posted about 7 years ago
#1 ESEA-O S12: An Interview with rays of Sunday Funda in News

Its always good to give attention to the open teams that actually stick together. Great article!

posted about 7 years ago
#3 TLR could learn a thing or two... in TF2 General Discussion

Such amazing tracking...what sensitivity does he use?

posted about 7 years ago
#1 The International in Off Topic

Anyone else been watching this?

I want to play guild wars 2 so bad but this is just too awesome.

posted about 7 years ago
#5 jump map recommendations? in Map Discussion

If your goal is to be able to skip around maps at will, the best place to practice will be in those maps. Just put on sv_cheats 1 and hurtme -99999, then start jumping.

If I ever have to learn a new map, this is the first thing I do.

posted about 7 years ago
#10 Music in Off Topic

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxE9EFMZu0g

posted about 7 years ago
#17 coke and milk in Off Topic

http://farm1.static.flickr.com/178/384469910_ff9d44e73c.jpg

posted about 7 years ago
#20 Do you think the Olympics will ever have eSports? in Off Topic

I don't think esports will ever be in the Olympics, but I can totally see something like Starcraft or Dota becoming a huge spectator sport in 20-30 years.

posted about 7 years ago
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