Account Details
SteamID64 76561198161072716
SteamID3 [U:1:200806988]
SteamID32 STEAM_0:0:100403494
Country Canada
Signed Up June 2, 2016
Last Posted August 31, 2020 at 8:26 PM
Posts 186 (0.1 per day)
Game Settings
In-game Sensitivity
Windows Sensitivity
Raw Input  
Refresh Rate
Hardware Peripherals
1 ⋅⋅ 8 9 10 11 12 13
#36 Youtube channels in TF2 General Discussion

I upload my unimpressive PoVs and also clips of my fails or stupid plays that worked.

I also help out with 500 stray cats so there's a bit of that too.

posted about 4 years ago
#2 lft low-mid Open Demo in Recruitment (looking for team)

Honestly I think he's underestimating himself when he says low-mid. Dude's been playing demoman for years in both HL and UGC 6s and he's got the DM and experience to prove it. His only weakness going into Open is probably going to be initial over-aggression because he could get away with it before. Once he figures out where his boundaries lie against more capable players (and I'm sure he will because he's not just a fragger but also a smart player) he'd be an asset to any mid-open team (or maybe slightly higher).

posted about 4 years ago
#2 LFT Mid Open // Medic in Recruitment (looking for team)

Bread was my medic last season. He came in a replacement for our previous medic who had quit, and I found him looking for a UGC team and offered him the chance to play in Open which he took with a lot of excitement.

He's one of those people who never tilts even if his teammates make some mistake that leads to his death, always trying to improve, and makes really, really good use of mentoring opportunities. I've seen him literally transform his play after one demo review with his mentor, so on the right team with a constant attitude of trying to learn and improve he can absolutely become highly proficient in a short amount of time. I had taken over maincalling because our pocket found it too overwhelming with his experience and Bread always took the opportunity to co-call with me if the opportunity presented itself. Genuinely a player I really enjoyed finishing the season with, so please give him a good home!

Also he's an absolute cutie, if you can't tell from the LFT post formatted like a formal job application :D

posted about 4 years ago
#111 what introduced you to tf2? in TF2 General Discussion

I'm not gonna lie, I got into TF2 because my fiance told me I could buy in-game cosmetics to customize my character. When dressing up his mercs from his meager selection of awful hats wasn't enough anymore, I made my own account.

Shortly after I downloaded the game, I read about the ESEA LAN stream on the official website while trying to find the comics and watched a bit, and decided competitive was what I wanted to do.

Show Content
I still fucking love hats though
posted about 4 years ago
#3 LFT Mid Open // Scout in Recruitment (looking for team)

Cool dude, doesn't tilt (good to have in mumble!), monster DM (when we played, we could always rely on him to make the shot on sniper).

His only weakness is that he doesn't talk when fighting or making a play so a lot of the time his damage or pressure on the flank ends up unnoticed until it's way too late. If he can work that out he easily has the DM to compete with high open scouts.

posted about 4 years ago
#7 What's your Uber bind? in TF2 General Discussion

"Ubered! Go get 'em, tigre!"

posted about 4 years ago
#13 Comp options in Off Topic
AdasWrathI am still traumatized about the time i joined a "low open" team and when it was time to try out, we got destroyed by a silver ugc team, and the team captain thought they were garbage. after we lost, he screamed at us during and after the match and proceeded to ban us from his mumble.

You dodged a bullet joining a team with an immature and toxic captain o.O Nothing to be traumatized about. If you want to play competitive a lot and play consistently, joining a team is BY FAR the best option. You can take your pick of looking for a SUPER SRS BSNS team that scrims 5+ nights a week or find a more laid-back one that's only like 2-3 nights a week, according to your personal in-game goals and schedule.

posted about 4 years ago
#36 Taking a Break (Quitting, I guess) in Off Topic

I played Open last season for the first time, and while we weren't officially a newbie mixes team (i.e. organized through the newbie mixes team drive), we were mostly new players who found out about competitive through the mixes on Friday nights and came together as a team through that (so you might as well call us the unofficial 12th newbie mixes team in s23). We finished the season in full and learned a lot.

Thanks a lot for all the hard work you've done for this community and to bring new players in.

posted about 4 years ago
#86 Where do you work? in Off Topic

I'm a library assistant. I can't say enough good things about this job - my coworkers who actually show up to work wanting to work and are really cool and creative people, the fact that both our management and the patrons actually acknowledge our education level and approach us with respect, and the fact that there are a ton of career advancement options that range from things that are more like social work to just pure numbers and statistics.

I used to work in medical research/did biology work for a chemistry lab, and as a freelance illustrator trying to expand my business, but then things happened and I eventually got diagnosed with clinical depression and uh, that didn't pan out. Being able to work at this job with such a positive environment really helped me recover and I've even started getting back into drawing and writing a little.

posted about 4 years ago
#13 400+hours on tf2 and looking for a new team in Recruitment (looking for team)

Jojo is not trolling you, and he has good advice.

I'm a UGC admin and I played my first season of Open last season, add me as well if you would like some advice.

posted about 4 years ago
#305 the art thread in Off Topic

I did a bunch of doodles for my PoVs from this season. The inspiration was the forest gods/critters from Spirited Away. Decided to put them all together into one sheet. Some are much more relevant to the map names than others. A more finished one of the same.

posted about 4 years ago
#95 What are you positive about today? in Off Topic

I'm positive about my job.

I had undiagnozed clinical depression all through college, but I always thought I was just lazy/didn't go to bed on time when I was apathetic and lethargic about everything in life. I thought that once I graduated the pressure would be off and I'd feel better. Well, obviously not. I kept racking up bills on my credit cards and hating every job I applied to, feeling pressured to make use of the degree I just got and having to put on a fake smile to try and win them over. After the interviews they never called me back. I applied to the library as literally my last-ditch attempt because the job seemed easy. The hiring process was about 3 months long, during which time I went in for an exam and multiple interviews for that one entry-level position. I declined another job offer I got during the time because it was another job that I hated.

Best decision of my life. The job IS kinda easy but they just leave you alone with your responsibilities and let you figure out how you want to do them. Want to get creative? Go ahead, as long as it's all done at the end. Meanwhile nearly everyone around me is an artist/musician/writer of some sort, and they're so welcoming and they all love their job. The managers and branch heads make sure to come and greet their employees at the start of every day - not to like, make sure they're there and working, but actually to ask how they're doing and making sure everything is alright. I ended up working at the Children's Branch and came in this morning to find our bosses dressed up as witches and queens with full face paint and everything.

I mean it's not like, perfect rainbows and shit, there's downsizing and some of the senior staff are kinda control-freak-ish, but... I seriously can't imagine beginning to try and get out from the pit I dug myself into if it wasn't for how I felt going to work every day.

posted about 4 years ago
#37 How's your team faired so far this season? in TF2 General Discussion

It's been tough. Our team isn't the most experienced so we've just been taking tons and tons of losses, most of them pretty hard ones. I had to pick up maincalling since I ended up being the most experienced player on the team (uh, with my one season of UGC getting carried by some friends - shoutout to bleh and mn) and it's been pretty hard on me because my DM, which was already really mediocre, suffers quite a bit from having to focus on calling and I make bad decisions all the time.

Everyone is really chill though and there's been very little tilt even in losses so I appreciate that. Our medic quit after badlands (I can't blame him, it's really hard playing med for a team that makes a ton of mistakes due to inexperience because you end up paying for all of it) but I managed to scrounge us a really good replacement who fits well with our team. We're finishing off our season with some matches against some of our scrim partners, so here's hoping to them being fun close matches to wrap it all up.

I really did enjoy spending time with these guys though because they were all dedicated to improving. I do think it's been fun, overall, and I think I improved a lot. As much as I enjoy playing demo though, I don't know if I can do it for another season.

posted about 4 years ago
#591 ESEA-O S23 Happenings/Discussion in TF2 General Discussion

Dudes if your teams are dying don't be afraid to ask your friends (or maybe not even your friends) for help :(

Most of us are in this game to play for fun, I'm sure between your entire network of friends you can find good replacements. You just have to be realistic and realize that you won't have the same chemistry with new players and set lower goals than what you were perhaps looking towards with your old roster.

posted about 4 years ago
#530 ESEA-O S23 Happenings/Discussion in TF2 General Discussion

Huh. I guess I would like to formally thank all of the teams that rolled us in matches for not doing retarded shit and drawing it out longer than necessary.

posted about 4 years ago
1 ⋅⋅ 8 9 10 11 12 13