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topfox #1 Posted 26 January 2018 - 10:35 AM


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Is it really so difficult for someones to understand, if someone opens topic here forum, they have to come and cry from topics writer just for nothing. Do they really thinks to be so pro with they with the number of games that are much lower than the originator or statuses are better? I'm not about the status quo but about how the games run on the ground.

If they really do not have to do anything else but start playing the cheekbone here and be so cute, that's better for them to go back and think about their behavior again.

I often see people writing a topic on the forum, and then seeing these "professionals" there commenting on the writer themselves, even though they dont know nothing with him, they can not take a stand on the subject properly, but really have to be stupid and start playing the second level of play.

They are able to think of themselves really great even though the number of games is small.

K_A #2 Posted 26 January 2018 - 11:02 AM


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Number of battles has nothing to do with anything. Being able to produce sentences that can be understood when read *wink wink* does. Those of us who have been here for a long time have learned to recognize those who are genuinely asking for help, and those who are whining because someone knocked over their sandcastle while playing a game of "knock the other guy's sandcastle".


Anyone, and I mean anyone regardless of their winrate, battle count, average damage or anything, who comes to the forums with a question who asks that question and asks for help in a civilised and polite way will get help. Of course there are always the few who can't resist trolling, but generally they will get tips, improvement suggestions and explanations as to what happened where. 


On the other hand anyone, and I mean anyone regardless of their winrate, battle count, average damage or anything, comes to the forum crying and whining about cheats, unfair plane, unicum hackers and aimbots will get the treatment they rightfully deserve.


Also at the start of your post you diss anyone who thinks highly of themselves for their skills and battle count, but then at the end you do the exact same thing yourself..:facepalm:

Graeme0 #3 Posted 26 January 2018 - 02:36 PM

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OP has all the right words, not necessarily in the right order...

Nishi_Kinuyo #4 Posted 26 January 2018 - 05:41 PM

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Number of battles has little to do with understanding the game mechanics.

And there's been plenty of examples of players with 40k battles who still don't seem to grasp the game mechanics.


If people pretend to be asking for help, but then disregard any real suggestions that are brought forth, then yes, people will treat them poorly.

Likewise, if people ask for a replay to get a better grasp of the situation a poster is trying to describe, then supplying one will typically result in a thorough explanation and help will be offered if needed.

One who comes to the forum whining about cheats, hacks, aimbots, and the like, and then is unable to provide any form of evidence to prove his point (e.g. in the form of a replay), then they will be treated poorly precisely because all they do is uselessly complain about something they are in all likelyhood wrong about.


Having forty thousand battles does not help one recognise aimbots and such; understanding of the game mechanics, and a little bit of network basics does.

Jigabachi #5 Posted 26 January 2018 - 05:59 PM

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1. The number of matches you played is entirely irrelevant. Using that as an argument is beyond stupid. I for one definitely wouldn't brag with playing this game 5+ hours every single day.

2. If you start a thread or voice your opinion on something, be prepared that people might not agree with you. Read their statements and think about them. Did you understand them? Think again. Do they have a point? Think again. Are you wrong yourself? Think again. Finally, draw a conclusion and act accordingly.
If you think that they might have a point think about how that impacts your thread/opinion/claim and correct it.
If you really think that they are wrong, argue against it, using basic logic and reason.
That's how intelligent and mature people would do it.

3. Understand the basic concept of "actio=reactio", which means that your own behaviour and the way you talk will affect the kinds of answers you get.


4. Don't post when you are butthurt, deluded or when you obviously don't have any clue of the subject.

Edited by Jigabachi, 26 January 2018 - 06:06 PM.

Homer_J #6 Posted 26 January 2018 - 06:32 PM

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View Posttopfox, on 26 January 2018 - 09:35 AM, said:

 the cheekbone here and be so cute, 

Them cute cheekbones do it for me every time.:girl:


View PostGraeme0, on 26 January 2018 - 01:36 PM, said:

OP has all the right words, not necessarily in the right order...

On the plus side, the thread is in the right section of the forum.:medal:

Edited by Homer_J, 26 January 2018 - 06:32 PM.

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