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#5 Top 10 TF2 plays - November 2013 in TF2 General Discussion

There were some nice clips in this one (#1 especially), but I really liked the (uniqueness?) of the September plays.

posted about 6 years ago
#7 Cloud Feedback Catastrophe in Off Topic


posted about 6 years ago
#24 Who's in NY? in Off Topic

We got about 8ins here near Cornell, and its pretty cold, which means there are the really nice powdery flakes great for skiing!

posted about 6 years ago
#6 TF2 Bunny Hopping in TF2 General Discussion
Mr_Owlin tf2, bhopping isn't reliable enough nor does it give enough of a benefit to be worth practicing. There are people who mess around with it and like you said, there are a couple of cool jumps to be done, but it's not really worth the time investment that could be spent doing any of a dozen other things.

Thanks for the advice

posted about 6 years ago
#5 TF2 Bunny Hopping in TF2 General Discussion
WithADanceNumberYouMustMike is relevant here.

It was this guy specifically that got me thinking about it. I wasn't aware that he played competetitively, I was wondering about the viability from a competetive side.

posted about 6 years ago
#1 TF2 Bunny Hopping in TF2 General Discussion

I was wondering if there are any pros out there that practice bunny hopping a lot? I'm not sure what the use for it would really be, as the speed gains are negligable, but there are some cool jumps you could do with it. Are there really any other tips for it? I know there are a lot of people that tend to bind jump to the mousewheel, but would there be another way to be able to hit the jumps reliably? I really would like to learn to bhop, but I'm afraid the time investment in being able to to it well isn't worth it. Any opinions?

Oh, and I know they are strafe jumps. I'm just used to using bunny hopping.

Also, if this isn't relevant whatsoever, please just say, it is my first post.

posted about 6 years ago
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