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#29 How did you get into TF2 and then TF2 comp? in TF2 General Discussion

i was getting BSoDs while playing CS 1.6 and it wasn't a thing in TF2

posted 2 weeks ago
#19 What legacy will you leave for TF2 in TF2 General Discussion

i want to be known as a man who lets TF2 LAN community events to be turned into a vodka parties like this
also smiles and happiness from people enjoying etf2l and games

posted 2 weeks ago
#20 in TF2 General Discussion

we have plans for the with for highlander as well, there's no point for making bri*ish only website when the european site would use the same language which is english

RahmedThe czechs, polish, french and russians have their own tf2 community.

russians don't have their own website

we have a discord already, but since the website isn't live and we're in the development stage, i don't see any point in posting the link
currently the discord is available for the site admins from all sites affiliated with us which are:

why not to just copy & paste everything and make it eu?
we really want to make a good first impression on the community, so before the release we want to polish the website with nice features first

ps: as someone mentioned before, bri*ish website would die very fast due to their toxicity

posted 2 weeks ago
#32 aoshi steps down in TF2 General Discussion
sco_lmfao this guy is triggered af

why do you post messages from a blacklisted account?

posted 2 weeks ago
#29 aoshi steps down in TF2 General Discussion
DoughyA lot of people (not necessarily saying league/tftv staff think this way, just in general) view any criticism as being an asshole towards them. Is a very fine line. Also much constructive criticism is completely ignored, not even acknowledged, just ignored because of who it came from.

dude what can you expect after listening that your admin team are retards, incompetent, lazy as fuck (this was a very often "complaint" in Aoshi's direction) and many other things nobody would like to listen, especially people who actually do something for the general good
i have to admit that at some point our work isn't clearly visible like we would be in a next room divided by a wall of glass, because a lot of stuff we do is internal, like rule changes, server updates and many more, this may confuse people

this kind of "feedback" is definitely a majority, i get some constructive feedback very rarely (mostly from people who trust me) because idk people are somewhat afraid of us? this is basically why i played tf2center a lot and sometimes asked people about the opinion because unfortunately for some reasion there is a feeling that people in orgs like me as a league admin are like some fucking gods, while we're just ordinary people doing some additional tasks for the community because we want to let people have fun, that's it
we (at least in the ETF2L) don't get paid at all, so it would be kinda hard to get any other "payment method" for our work other than just a community appreciation

i understand aoshi's feeling about this because i guess this decision isn't hard for the community but for him especially, at some point left the staff earlier mostly because of the same reason but the difference between me and him is that he was a admin promoted to a head of the ETF2L for fucking 6 years, while i was an admin for less than a year, even for me it's kinda unimaginable how much shittalk he got in this amount of time

DoughyShooshBut Aoshi said hes leaving essentially because people are abusive for no reason
Whilst I agree people are overly abusive, there is a reason, the admin team makes many mistakes (personally I disagree with well over half the decisions they make) and they don't own their mistakes, they don't follow their own rules to a T, have very low understanding in player skill level, allow friends to sandbag relentlessly season after season, pussyfoot around to try to appease both teams instead of supporting the team in the right.

wrong. we do make mistakes, and we'll do it in the future because shit happens, we try our best to minimize that from happening as we do a lot of decisions together, so by having many points of view we can achieve the best solution for the community, but there are always cases which we cannot predict like for instance teams being higher/lower than expected in the tiers table

at some point sometimes our actions can be seen as bias for some people because these people very often look on their own point of view only while we do have a look on stuff from a more distanced point of view, i'm trying to explain our actions as much as possible and other admins do, but i'm unsure if we can do more with it
we own our mistakes as a team, because the staff is basically a team of people supporting each other in resolving issues between players/teams

DoughyThe admin team is there to be the faceless organisation that referees players matches. In a competitive game where one team will have to be viewed more favourably for every quarrel that occurs, you will annoy half the people playing. It is inevitable. That is a simple problem with the competitive nature in games. Happens in all sports everywhere.

this is basically an outcome from your perspective on our decisions in the past
at this point i have to admit that some decisions we made in the past could be bad if you look at it now, so i don't really want to make us look perfect

i personally admire aoshi for everything he's done for everyone on our platform, thanks

posted 2 weeks ago
#11631 stream highlights in Videos

ur fucking beast dude

posted 2 weeks ago
#8 My cat's last day in Off Topic

holy shit you were looking so cute together
it's clearly visible that he was your life companion. im really sorry for your loss
rest in peace blue :(

posted 2 weeks ago
#4 How do I get enough motivation to hunt down a job? in Off Topic

i don't know if it's allowed to work with your age in your region but there are many ways to work even currently (through your computer)
at first you have to think what fields do you feel the best, think if it's possible currently (this outbreak cuts a lot of opportunities for a job and a lot of my friends lost their jobs, sadly) and then just go for it

personally i always wanted to do stuff related with computers/servers, so after realizing it i basically spent my whole life on looking how things work and how to get into doing something with it

if you really want to dig in, try writing a plan first - it will always give you some insight in where are you now and where can you be in the future + what can you achieve, also by doing it (as long as you are making this plan with realistic expectations) you can expect from yourself when can you achieve certain stuff

i got my first computer when i was 8 and my dad told me that if i ever wanted to get another one in the future, i'll have to remember that i'm gonna get it by using my own money as he's not going to sponsor it
take it as a lesson - it's possible that nobody will help you in that desire, so basically you can do something with it or just be stuck with your current shit
i took it very seriously and not only in a matter of getting a new computer, but in terms of just getting better life in general, in most fields of life

eventually my dad was right - i got a new GaMiNg LaPtOp after getting a large grant for getting a high place in some national technical competition which allowed me to get some computer (at this moment i didn't have one at all because in the first one graphics were burned and this computer was performance peak was playing quake live with 60 fps on 1280x1024) but this laptop honestly dissappointed me in terms of what performance could i get, so after 3 years i got a completely new pc with strong perhiperals because i cared about by dad's words about this shit so hard so i just wanted to be have that feeling that i can be proud of myself, because i achieved it (i mean i didn't get the best graphics available obviously, because what's the point of getting stuff i'll never use in 100%?)

i also know someone who wanted to get his new pc so hard and eventually he got it (but i don't remember the ways of getting money and it was definitely before covid stage), he's not much older than you and i'm talking about stan
i think you will understand how desperated he was when you actually see his computer:

i'm gonna add that there was a case where his cpu cooler ripped of from his pc in the middle of a scrim and you can't imagine how funny it was XD
with dad's thought in my head i was really proud of him and eventually i even assembled his pc so he wouldn't break anything

you should ask yourself if you really need that new pc - if you don't feel that you can try just getting hard in your target as much as russian gamers play ammomod on MGE, it's likely that you don't need that new pc

you may get it as some coach talk, please don't - it's just me and realistic point of view on things based on my personal experience

posted 2 weeks ago
#342 Worst TF2 Frag Videos? in Videos

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#91 Favourite TF2 player quote? in TF2 General Discussion

Epsilon KnOxXx: go casino

posted 2 weeks ago
#4 Tf2 Log Searcher in TF2 General Discussion

posted 3 weeks ago
#36 The least serious democall ever, part 3 in Videos

posted 3 weeks ago
#11615 stream highlights in Videos

posted 3 weeks ago
#2 FAINT looking strong ahead of Season 38 in News

i know you guys love purple, but these names are barely readable on this banner

posted 4 weeks ago
#17 prem player wishing my death in TF2 General Discussion
eddyyPlease remember that after all, we are simply playing a gamedanny

it's like you weren't toxic too, amrite?

posted 4 weeks ago
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