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Signed Up May 27, 2014
Last Posted July 23, 2023 at 8:54 PM
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Keyboard Anne Pro 2
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#4 drainingtostayhappy LFT in Recruitment (looking for team)


posted 6 months ago
#3 natalexei lft in Recruitment (looking for team)

consistently one of the most pleasant people to play with when ringing for her team, great mechanics and overall friendly

posted 6 months ago
#28 taiko lft in Recruitment (looking for team)

the most tolerable person on fantas team

posted 7 months ago
#26 most poverty comp tf2 setups thread in TF2 General Discussion
Sentifancysonwhen my brother and I lived in a hotel

Wtf is that glorious abomination of a mouse/nightlight hybrid

fancy you gonna let him diss zys rail like that?

posted 7 months ago
#14 How do people play with a slow sensitivity? in TF2 General Discussion
Prime-Sanityarcadiabig mouse padI have a small mouse pad. I liked using high sensitivity because my thought process was if I can get really good with a fast sensitivity it will be rewarding in the long run.

I understand this sentiment, but realistically you should use what is comfortable. You've been using high sens for a long time so that's probably fine but you don't have to feel married to it just because of it's "potential". There's no shame in not being one of those crackheads with perfect mechanics at high sens. If you want to try using a lower sens and you find you have an easier time controlling your aim, then great! If not, that's also fine. The most important thing is just giving it time and getting used to all the movements you have to do in game with it (as others have said, surfing and jumping are really good ways to get used to making large arm movements on a lower sens).

But also if your desk/mousepad is tiny there's not much you can do besides upgrade. You definitely want to be able to do a full 360 across your pad if you're playing TF2 so that will limit your options somewhat.

posted 7 months ago
#18 most poverty comp tf2 setups thread in TF2 General Discussion

fanta addiction/drainingtostayhappy/sasuke uchiha: https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/643223909906382869/701843147688247407/20200420_131131.jpg

posted 7 months ago
#27 What is your oldest fondest TF2 memory? in TF2 General Discussion

i used to write these multi-paragraph weapon analysis posts on the /r/tf2 daily weapon discussion threads in 2013. the posts got a fair amount of traction and people would compliment me on how thorough and well thought-out my arguments were even though the actual analysis looking back is insanely reddit-tier. it felt really nice being known for something so i would spend like an hour a day drafting out these essays instead of paying attention in school. i remember the first time someone recognized me on tf2 server from this and i felt like a celebrity.

also i remember specifically being called out because someone in the csgo subreddit recognized me and commented that i was silver 3 and that he figured most of /r/tf2 would be silver LOL

posted 8 months ago
#34 dalenu lft s6 advanced in Recruitment (looking for team)

bump for s12, just putting my name out there in case things work out

posted 11 months ago
#48 teaching people how to play 6s in TF2 General Discussion
tommyI would put in some money as a sort of bounty to make content like this (any of the suggestions above).. A little crude but I don't have the time/knowledge to make any of them.

wooshi think shorter videos, like the ones shounic makes would be better for new comp players. i don't think many new players who are unsure about whether they want to play comp want to watch a 40 minute unedited video about a single aspect of 6s This is why grape juice's line-theory video is so good, we need like 10 more of these explaining other fundamentals.

Remember that sfm team service announcement series? It was more on the entertainment than education side but it shows newer players love easily digestibile, short content.

I think new players feel pressured to learn everything at once and having smaller tip style videos makes it a less daunting and more gradual learning process. Like we don't really have a space for casual competition and I wonder if that's because the barrier for learning this game is basically a huge time commitment to join a team/get involved with scheduled mixes/consume long form educational content.

posted 11 months ago
#31 dalenu lft s6 advanced in Recruitment (looking for team)


posted about a year ago
#12 Least played main class? in TF2 General Discussion
wheatchampionthis thread is stupid wth

i'm starved for content at this point man

posted about a year ago
#25 Easy tier 5 maps for soldier. in TF2 General Discussion
5unnySome fun and easish t6s are koro, diamant and owakare.

on what planet are we recommending owakare and koro before lion and vulc wtf

posted about 2 years ago
#24 Easy tier 5 maps for soldier. in TF2 General Discussion

the absolute easiest ones i can recommend are yona, pants, finite, aviator, apex, and 4dakids

i think valley, sven, soar, ezekiel, and escape are also pretty fun, even if they might be a bit harder

^ these maps are all pretty painless on the scale of t5s. if you're looking for something to get your feet wet, i recommend starting with these

if you like speedshots snowshot and rebound are pretty short maps, you'll probably find the jumps challenging but there aren't that many to do. rebound was my first t5 and snowshot my 4th so maybe i'm biased

ddpls and sink are gimmicky but if you're into that i think they're fun. minecraftia isn't hard but it's EXTREMELY long, so i'd recommend completing a few easy t5s so you know you can beat the map before committing

some people are recommending littleman and it but i think they're fairly dated. littleman is just quite long and repetitive, and it can be frustrating on a few jumps. it's definitely worth playing them but i don't think you need to rush to do them immediately.

posted about 2 years ago
#21 Thoughts on new RGL ping guidelines? in TF2 General Discussion

as long as the connection is stable and they're not rubberbanding/stuttering i couldn't care less if an australian played on the other team.

posted about 2 years ago
#49 rainoflight lft scout in Recruitment (looking for team)

i rly like that dog

posted about 2 years ago
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