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Idiotic counter-intuitive behavior of strongholds.


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Dirizon #1 Posted Jun 03 2018 - 06:16

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I cannot tell how many times I hear it.

* " Don't worry, it is a tier 6. You don't need TS. Don't be stupid." *

Someone of course does something stupid, game is lost against some 3K scrub team, Clan disbands SH.

Now, just a thought, don't quote me as Hawkins or anything, but how about....

 

Play the SH in team speak, lose much less, win lots more, disband lots less.

And I don't want to hear the dumbest junk about  *' it is just tier 6, it does not matter.'*  Well it is just tier 6, and surely it matters very little, but I would rather have fifty (K) with the win, and without the disband, than the loss three K and the SH disbands.

 

Seems the better the clan, the higher the ratio of no apparent need of TS, the more likely something so stupid happens that with TS it would not have happened, and the disband. Nice.

 

 



blazer285 #2 Posted Jun 03 2018 - 06:42

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Maybe but even then when playing strongholds it's kinda try hard to call in tier 6. 

 

For real most of the time it's the memeing around in ts 



Dirizon #3 Posted Jun 03 2018 - 07:00

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In TS =/= calling.

They are quite different.

 



n00bfarmer #4 Posted Jun 03 2018 - 08:52

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Naw, the battles are too fast paced for ts. Just have a general strategy and let the players do their things. I for one would like to concentrate on the battle instead of having a bunch of guys and/or men whispering sweet nothings in my earphones all battle. Not something I enjoy hearing the entire time...

DeathbyGMaC #5 Posted Jun 03 2018 - 14:08

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To TS or not to TS, that is the question? Tis better to run around free and easy then to conform to the norm and play together. Yeah, TS got on my nerves but I'm not normal...….I hope.

dominator_98 #6 Posted Jun 03 2018 - 14:57

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One of my buddies in YOUJO put it to me this way: why try hard, call, win 95%, and get stressed when you lose when you can not care and win 80%.

Dirizon #7 Posted Jun 03 2018 - 20:49

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View Postdominator_98, on Jun 03 2018 - 09:27, said:

One of my buddies in YOUJO put it to me this way: why try hard, call, win 95%, and get stressed when you lose when you can not care and win 80%.

 

It is not calling. Being on TS, and when a game gets close, asking others things, and winning

 

Instead of losing, trying to wonder what the guy or gal was thinking, blowing a hissy fit, and disbanding

 

TS =/= calling

No one calls T6

 

Seeing a straggler LT push for overmatch, or seeing an enemy team makeup of KV2s on prokh or malin and rush for spots and early dam, saying to one guy get on cap for pressure, or cap rush and have 1-2 guys push ahead for screen, asking for team mates to spend HP

 

None of these are formal strategy or a call. Yet are simple things anyone can point out in a second, and end up winning the game

 



dominator_98 #8 Posted Jun 03 2018 - 21:07

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I guess some clans want their TS to be private? I’ve also ran detachments with no officers present, so there would be nobody to drag people out of the lobby.

 

Sometimes when I run as a legionarie, I just want to listen to music and play my 64 in the mindless meta without TS chatter in the background.






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