moixxoi
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Signed Up December 2, 2020
Last Posted July 25, 2021 at 8:01 PM
Posts 55 (0.2 per day)
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#55 KJKU0D LFT in Recruitment (looking for team)

k-k-k-king kuod. Played on 2 GlobalClans massive bump +

posted 2 days ago
#88 FrickMyNick LFT in Recruitment (looking for team)

Self proclaimed twink, cracked, works well with kids - and since most TF2 players act like children, he is a fantastic pick up

posted 2 days ago
#1 RGL S6 QF: froyotech vs. GlobalClan Ice in Events

#GlobalDomination

posted 6 days ago
#2 GlobalClan.EU globalizes the clans in News

#GlobalDomination

posted 1 week ago
#4 RGL S6 Adv QF: THE GOBLIN ZONE vs. GlobalClan Lightning in Events

#GlobalDomination

posted 1 week ago
#8 tf2 groupchat in TF2 General Discussion

I will never forgive you for this

posted 1 week ago
#21 yumyum lft in Recruitment (looking for team)

yummy goat

posted 1 week ago
#11884 stream highlights in Videos

https://clips.twitch.tv/TentativeSneakyClipsmomHeyGuys-UERiekHrZZ2KXul0

posted 1 week ago
#11882 stream highlights in Videos

https://clips.twitch.tv/SteamyFairDuckVoteNay-sXvhmEJ631V0kOK9

posted 2 weeks ago
#27 Tf2 comp history records in TF2 General Discussion

Not sure how I didn't see this thread, but figured I should comment on things people can do to help this issue that is consistently talked about yet neglected due to. . well multiple facets.

First off as Ire said I do the main Liquipedia editing now for TF2 (although its slowed down recently but I digress), and there are multiple issues about writing things from just "word of mouth" that you just hear through Mumble. Although I highly encourage the discussion of the history of this game, simply saying "I heard it from someone" isn't really enough to add it to something like Liquipedia. Just like on Wikipedia, there needs to be sources. Wikipedia is a collection of sources explaining a subject, just like how Liquipedia is a collection of sources to explain a tournament, a players history, a teams history etc. As of this moment there aren't that many "sources" we can use to officially document some of these amazing stories, ALTHOUGH there are things people can do - such as interviews. Not just written (shoutout to all the guys who write articles) but video interviews with players, staff, admins, or anyone who can chime in on the incredibly in-depth history about the scene. I beg, BEG, for someone to put in the effort to interview people who are willing to tell stories about anything revolving TF2, and make it public.

The reason these other esports titles are so big is because we see content 24/7. Articles, Interviews, Critical Journalism, pre game interviews, after game interviews, how many CSGO and LoL interviews do you see daily? Its an insane amount of content. "Oh but Moixxoi we don't have the player base, we don't have the resources". Shut up, there are games with similar player bases that put just as much effort in, and maintain a flourishing historical archive of their scene through all the outlets I just listed. Warcraft3 has less overall players (estimated at 1800 current players), zero support from their dev, and a community made client everything competitive is ran through - sound familiar? Yet there are interviews done in Chinese, French, Spanish, German, English, Korean, by multiple different communities to try and preserve their history. I personally used to cast Korean Challengers (tier 2 Korean LoL) for the sake of preservation, I wasn't a good caster but so what, it was something for people to look back on and remember. You can your friend remember a player who was dogshit in Main and then rose up into Invite? Record a little talk between you two, discussing how said ex teammate used to play, interact, anything, it all helps to try and grow a narrative. And for Liquipedias sake it gives us something to reference so we can write it down as "official".

I feel like I could go on and on about this, but I've been a part of so many different scenes, and seen this issue happen before, yet it was solved by people putting in the effort. I wish I could do it all myself, but I am not a TF2 expert by any means nor claim to be one. There are games, scenes, and communities I have been a part of where there isn't even a sliver of support compared to what you guys have, so try and do something while there are still people around to talk about it all. I haven't even been around that long, yet I am absolutely elated whenever someone goes on a prolix explanation of a player who isn't around anymore (or even still is active).

If you want me to talk about this subject more (which is unlikely), I'll continue to do so, but I don't feel like a wall of text is the most inviting thing when it comes to these topics.

I also want to say that data, and match results are pretty much the least of our worries, almost all of that information is preserved quite well through a few different databases, but of course anything helps in terms of preserving history.

posted 3 weeks ago
#2 AFC 17 GF: GlobalClan XIAO vs. Ithaca in Events

#GlobalDomination

posted 1 month ago
#11 Happy Pride! in TF2 General Discussion

who is pride

posted 1 month ago
#3 RGL S6 W2B: Witness Gaming vs. GlobalClan Ice in Events

#GlobalDomination

posted 1 month ago
#16 NA Fantasy Draft!! in TF2 General Discussion

caps, yz50, trip, ash, habib, skeez

mines the best idc what yall say

posted 2 months ago
#8 ban iron bomber and market gardener for s39 in TF2 General Discussion

lol

posted 2 months ago
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