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#10 6v6 medic teaching in TF2 General Discussion
Razielyou should teach people who play with medics to not fucking stutter step and strafe left and right like a fucking animal when they're begging for an arrow

absolute scum

tell them to play ultiduo solly until they learn to move predictably for you when you're about to arrow them

posted about a year ago
#36 American Thread Simulator in The Dumpster
Wandumdude hes rolled

yo scouts fucKIN RAPED BRO

posted about a year ago
#10 Egg scrambles the competition in News
Brimstoneuneggceptable puns

eGGstine

posted about a year ago
#14 Updated ETF2L S35 rules in TF2 General Discussion
MakWiethoofd
highlander rules shouldn't carry over to 6s, maybe I'm alone in thinking this but I think 5cp GC points is contentious enough. There is actually 0 reason for there to be GC points for a 3-2 loss in 6s KoTH.
SylentBumFreeze
Yeah? And there's no difference between a 5-0 loss and a 5-4 loss on a 5cp map, what's their point?

seems a good change to me - you need GC points in the first place as rounds won is awkward for tiebreakers as we have two different gamemodes with completely different concepts of rounds. teams that practice koth would be at a disadvantage in tiebreakers. it's particularly noticeable in formats where you can ban maps in a round robin/swiss. this change makes it a lot easier for lans to offer map bans in the group stages, which I think everyone likes

posted about a year ago
#5 Windows 10 MAJOR UPDATE TODAY in World Events

https://i.imgur.com/IgMyx.gif

posted about a year ago
#5 Guys where is rocket king?? in The Dumpster

nice find

posted about a year ago
#3 Most aim intensive game in Other Games

k r u n k e r

posted about a year ago
#7 Is TF2 still worth it? in TF2 General Discussion

for anything more than pubs with friends, no of course not

posted about a year ago
#60 An friend in need in Off Topic

you're not quite doughy yet dw

posted about a year ago
#2 any activity on 2nd monitor kills fps in tf2 in Hardware

It's because you're using different refresh rates on a 9xx series gpu, it's a hidden issue courtesy of Nvidia

I found this thread but I know there's others on here about it https://www.teamfortress.tv/48796/display-hz-different-from-monitor-hz

You can disable hardware acceleration for any app on your other monitor to "fix" it, and setting your main one to 120hz should reduce the effects quite a bit

posted about a year ago
#26 who do you want gone from tf2 competitive? in TF2 General Discussion

you, for your own sake

posted about a year ago
#10 Community attitudes in TF2 General Discussion

what on earth makes you think tf2 was a failed game

posted about a year ago
#6 i65 VODs in Videos

it's like it never happened

posted about a year ago
#9 question about LAN-streams. in TF2 General Discussion

to be overly brief, the euro production silos were kinda formed due to personal friction between organisers (x won't work with y etc), and partly due to different aims (essentials wanted to do more out-of-the-box stuff and actively try to attract sponsors, Kritzkast wanted CPG to fill in a void left by Deutschlan and be a HL hub). Phoenix red (cpg production)/essentials seem largely compatible at the moment but neither understandably wants to relinquish control over each of their respective events.

it's easy to say that everyone should work together and combine the reach of TFTV with the tech of phoenix red with the prestige of insomnia but I don't see that working out any time soon.

RGL is kinda different because they're a league - owning both a league and coverage of the league gives them much more weight with sponsors and is more typical in esports.

BumFreezeMitchAt the same time, I like that it's creating healthy competition for casting organisations (RGL vs. TFTV, TFLIVE vs. cpTV, ETF vs. KK)there is like a 95% overlap on people working on each of these channels. its all the same people but a different name. there is basically no competition at all

there's still some 'competition', because multiple orgs have different tech despite the same people helping develop each one, and a bunch of work is duplicated several times each year which stifles each event. it's not real competition because each event struggles to focus on its own shit without trying to overtake other events.

Opti_klassy
Also, why are there only 3 6s games from CPH 2019 (and none from 2018 ?) uploaded to the channel when I'm pretty sure much more were streamed (like the Grand Final for instance).

you should go looking for i65 vods :)

posted about a year ago
#13 PSA - Jordy's Steam Account Hijacked in TF2 General Discussion
BrockAir_Brockfor the record, Ive had a few phishers add me asking if I wanted to be on their team for some made up league, they send you the link to the site. I've seen a few variations, but that's normally how it goes.
wow awesome dude, its good we have that on the record now.

People are actually falling for that stuff man it isn’t funny, younger players don’t know what’s what, I keep bumping into 12 year olds on tf2 center who are learning 6s and shit because they like it instead of overwatch, or they don’t like the art style or they can’t run a GPU intensive game. I would like them to feel that they know what’s up. They look on this site, they read what we post. I’m tired of the negative crap that keeps new players away from another year of tf2.

dude we're trying to warn them, stop trying to entice kids into a dead 12 year old time-sink

posted about a year ago
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