YppYFirst, as I said, the concept of Pyro is broken. It would take the removal of the flamethrower to fix it, and well then it would not be the Pyro anymore would it? So what I'm saying is that any change that would make Pyro viable in 6s, would still leave the flaws of Pyro, which is why people would then ban it. Second if 4hp was just talking about small changes, that would not make Pyro viable, then what is the point form a comp standpoint? Because I certainly don't think it will make a difference in the 30 seconds of playtime Pyro sees in a 6s match.you dont have to remove the flamethrower to fix pyro, just fix the flamethrower lol. your thought process is "pyro is broken so in order to fix it just remove things instead of changing them!" which is fucking retarded
also good pyro changes benefit the entire game and not just competitive, believe it or not.
Ok then, how do you fix the Pyro without removing the close-combat weapon, that takes no skill to use? Making the flames more consistent will not fix the Pyro in a comp setting. And I'm not arguing whether or not Pyro changes may be beneficial to the game, but that they will not be to comp. And tftv is for discussing comp, I don't give a damn about casual, go to reddit then.