I wasn't able to watch this live since my 6's team was scrimming. But it was quite the shock to find out from DJC on the show that I was cut. This was very strange so I messaged Vhalin. He was not aware of me being cut from the team. It may not be my team, but I was pretty much a leader in all aspects of the word. Stabby and Vhalin formed the team, and brought me in for in game leadership etc.
TMP not wanting to play with me stems directly from the fact that he asked if he could stream our scrim vs bonus right before our match with mTs. Stabby/Vhalin/myself all said please don't since we'd be going over things. But since he had more than 10 viewers he was beyond caring about the team and thought more about his channel. We scrimmed granary for bonus, and also gpit for ourselves...after it was over I got a few messages all telling me that TMP had just streamed all the scrims and part of just strategy talk. So I did get mad at him. Then it was over and we focused on the bigger picture.
The accusations that I'm a screamer or yeller in game is pretty weird. The only person I'd really be getting angry with is Polk and that rarely happened. And once with TMP and then we found out he had been off his meds for a week or two....which lead to him getting back on them. But having that aired on a show without asking if it was true is a bit lame and drags my sparkling reputation in the dirt.
I've watched every Fully Charged since the first one with Brad and I. They've ranged in entertainment value. First few really mixed up things. Bring in a class, bring in a player from top HL and top 6's. Then it steadily cut out Highlander completely after a few episodes. If the point was to get those 5000 viewers that are new to the game interested, it would be beneficial to talk about the game type that they bring in. 6's is good to play and watch as well, but if they arent fully interested in it yet, then it would be good to keep bringing on some highlander folks.