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#62 Graph Map of 2021 TF2 Players in TF2 General Discussion

[U:1:47489364]

posted 2 months ago
#11840 stream highlights in Videos

https://clips.twitch.tv/NeighborlyLuckyTeaItsBoshyTime-EL26B32BeEKc5WZY

posted 2 months ago
#136 2nd Place B4nny in TF2 General Discussion

b4nny signed up to the tournament as "Denying Euros Prizemoney", and was happy to shittalk yesterday.

Genuinely don't see anything wrong with either him shittalking or the euros. Overly shittalking someone who just sticks to themself is pretty cringe but when both parties are happy to dish why does this need to be an issue at all

posted 3 months ago
#15 Reasons classes are OP we don't think about in TF2 General Discussion
grammyloch n load pipe fuse time is like infinity or something so can so can do silly csgo nade lineups across the map
quickiebomb = do constant damage pretty much anywhere on the map you can see very quickly + get rid of enemy demo sticks the moment they come into existence

ty asterisk

There's a line on metalworks where you can hit players deep alley from your own side of mid.

posted 4 months ago
#18 tf2 draft tournament idea in TF2 General Discussion

Surely the players all just get fresh accounts for the tournament, seems pretty easy.

posted 4 months ago
#2 OZF 30 GF: soiree vs. alt and the humans in Events

eepily cast kinda huge

posted 5 months ago
#22 who is winning? in TF2 General Discussion
Poptobobhow do 1.68% of games on product tie

scrims where you unexec at 2-2

posted 5 months ago
#11623 stream highlights in Videos

https://clips.twitch.tv/EnjoyableTameRhinocerosSoonerLater-fUIbeha6AQlV8WGo

posted 5 months ago
#4 Favourite TF2 player quote? in TF2 General Discussion

"I'm in" - said by soldier that's 5+ seconds away from actually being in

posted 5 months ago
#11 dan LFT advanced demo in Recruitment (looking for team)
jemondThis dude could have sexual relations with my wife and I wouldn’t be mad.

Always puts up outstanding damage on demo, man who can vibe, all the things you’d want in a good demolitions black expert.

He could have sexual relations with my wife and I wouldn't be mad, because he would physically destroy me if I did anything. Man's jacked as fuck.

The coolest dude in and out of the server, plus he has the ability to think in multiple (more than 2) dimensions.

posted 6 months ago
#197 The Case for Elijah in TF2 General Discussion

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posted 6 months ago
#8121 Frag Clips Thread in Videos

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YOgp4QKROo

posted 6 months ago
#3 Loop Hero in Other Games

Pretty sick game, VERY trial and error for figuring out interactions between tiles
I'm up to (what I think is) the final stage and I'm just getting fucked lmao, the difficulty spikes between stages is crazy

My only criticism is some of the cards/perks/etc descriptions leave a lot to be desired

posted 6 months ago
#127 The Case for Elijah in TF2 General Discussion
Hunter_2_0Not saying he isn't cheating, but can't you literally rotate your camera as you're taunting?

Yeah look I have no strong opinion on this, if he got banned for cheating I feel the admins that banned him probably have strong evidence but realistically we're never gonna know what it was.

That being said neither of these clips are at all indicitave of cheating. The first clip he literally just airstrafes so he's moving forward through window. The med happened to be there.

The second clip is just what happens when someone with "rescope after shooting" on, when they taunt. In a POV demo it'll be instant camera movement, but in STV when slowed down it'll look "smooth" like this. Not to mention when he's taunting a) he'd be able to see the players on point, and b) his teammates would likely be saying "point", and these are the only players in on last so what the hell else is he gonna look at.

It also doesn't even land on the soldier? It's right near the soldier but it's not at all on the soldier's hitbox lol

I get that you want to "prove it" to the non-believers but you're doing yourself a disservice by posting shit that's dubious at best and indicative of a lack of understanding of how cheating works at worst

posted 7 months ago
#13 Is it me or has there been a lack of mentors? in TF2 General Discussion

I just want to mention this as whilst this doesn't have much to do with finding a mentor, it has a lot to do with keeping the mentor and getting as much out of them as you can

I have a friend who's just freaky good at most games he picks up. He hit top 1000 in his region in Dota, and was GM in overwatch. He's just started playing tf2 and is improving at a stupid fast rate, and I've finally realised why he gets so good. In each game he's messaged around discords and shit trying to contact high level players, just to ask some questions. But the questions he asks aren't basic "what do i do on snakewater mid as demo" kind of questions. He's actively watched high level demos, and then compared them to his own demos. He takes as much info as he can from them, and then when there are concepts he doesn't understand he finds a great way to verbalise them and then asks questions. He's asked questions about concepts to me that I innately understood, but I realised I'd never actually put them into words before.
Basically my point is when you're looking for a mentor/when you finally get one, it's honestly a waste of time for both of you if you just expect them to give you the answers you're looking for, when the questions you have are insanely broad. When you're putting in the work on your own and then asking questions that show you actually have paid attention to your own gameplay faults, mentors are far usually far more engaged in working with you. It feels way better for someone to actually tap into a deep knowledgebase instead of just asking for surface level information.

posted 7 months ago
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