Lqwnmower
Country: United States
Registered: July 12, 2022
Last post: January 29, 2023 at 5:08 PM
Posts: 189
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Double Triple Ultimate Ultra Super Big Giant Awesome Giant Double Mega Whopper

posted 17 hours ago

I went to college and started a family before you finished this.

posted 20 hours ago

aim is decent: gold 1

posted 1 day ago

I like how half these people dont even play chamber

posted 3 days ago

0/8

posted 5 days ago

Favorite agent: Yoru
Favorite map: Bind
Favorite Player: SicK
Hobby: Reading, Running (from the cops) (this is joke trust ;)

posted 6 days ago

do small easy steps like take out your textbook, flip to a certain page, read the first line. For me once i start working it is is easy getting started is the problem. I also have a major procrastination problem so i feel u

posted 6 days ago

Warmonger

posted 1 week ago

wow riot should hire u

posted 1 week ago

It’s all a matter of sports culture really, American sports have always been built around superstar players that have a team built around them with the sole purpose of putting the guy in a position to carry whereas in European competition the team’s overall output is prioritised a lot more than individual input

You can attribute NA’s successes in valorant when compared to their failures in CS to this, CS has very little role differentiation, making an overall good group performance much more effective than that of a single individual. Meanwhile in Val you have roles literally made to frag while others support, you can see that both extremely successful NA teams in Sentinels and Optic had an inhumanly skilled carry on their team playing chamber or Jett.

The issue now is that you don’t have a broken character capable of enabling individual carrying at such level anymore

As a quick note, brazilians are also very individualistic just like their northern counterparts, but unlike them there’s little to no pecking order here so every players wants to be the superstar, this ends up creating teams with a lot of overall skill but absolutely no cohesiveness in them, hence why the overall level of Br teams is very low. It does happen at times, like in SK/LG and Loud that a team just fits in perfectly and becomes really dominant, with every player being able to play and shine in their preferred style in a way that plays off perfectly with each other

Now to my predictions to this year’s NA franchised teams

NRG- has that really good supporting core of Optic, and while I do think Som is capable of playing really well as a support player I doubt ardiis will perform well in that superstar role that yay did. It isn’t even a matter of individual skill, it’s just that the style of play that is engrained into his game is European, hence prioritising the group performance instead of playing in a way that he’s the superstar. Will still be a good team but it’s cultural differences will prevent it from establishing itself as a top of the pack team

C9- will just be shit, getting yay was definitely NOT the right decision, while he does fit the superstar criteria perfectly and vanity/xepppa have supportive playstyles, C9 already had their carry player in leaf, who is now being put in a conflicting spot, being unable to carry as well as provide good support, I also don’t like the zellsis pickup, a good player but that doesn’t really fit into the superstar nor the supporting role. Pair all that with the death of chamber and this team is doomed to fail

EG- the biggest unknown, it remains to be seen how this team will work but if they can find the right stride they can be really good, there are some really good supporting players in there and I believe in jaw’s superstar potential, all in all, they’ll still have to really click together (hard thing to do in a 10 man roster) and will all have to improve 10 fold individually to be able to vie for something, have potential, but their clear lack of a structured plan and vision makes it so that I wouldn’t bet on it

Sentinels- dephh is British, which a bad thing, but he has enough experience playing in NA to be a good supporter, not perfect, but sufficient, zekken and tenz suffer with being a duo of superstar but history has shown that it is possible to conciliate them, as in shaq/kobe or even zekken/cryo, they’d need the perfect environment and role definition to work as a monster duo but it isn’t unheard of. The main issue will be the Brazilians, as I said before their culture is to also be superstars and not just supporting players, this cultural shock won’t mean they’ll suck, just won’t be as good as they should on paper

100T- in theory the best team of the region, last year’s continuous failures made the org’s management put down their feet and change shit up, having to achieve success in little time they went the most certain route with an European style, prioritising group performance, it worked as they won LCQ but since that style went against their way of play they didn’t get far at champs. The org seems to have recognised that and brought in an actual superstar in cryo, now all that remains is to see if he’s up to the task and if his teammates will be able to play well around him, I still feel like cryo just hasn’t what it takes to carry the team to an international win but if you have to bet, I’d advise going all in on this hoodie org

posted 1 week ago

With the current competitive structure, pros should quit Valorant and they should consider streaming or choose a different game for their career; Their life & career is extremely dependent on the current meta which Riot manages. Metas changes are good for the fans but require so much adaptability from the players. More so, it is bizarre why we would have a LCQ already in the first month of the year. I can understand Riot's decision to choose this competitive format (https://twitter.com/lhfaria/status/1615424736791760897), but what they get wrong is that they prioritize the fans disproportionately to the professional players who play their game. It is simply a high risk low reward. Imagine sacrificing your entire 20's just to gurantee a spot in franchising; and if you don't you will feel like you wasted your life. Their entire career is dependent on by a group of people who write the rules based on their own philosophy of what is right and wrong. Valorant & Riot is an example of why an e-sport can never become a sport, so pros should not treat it as such

posted 1 week ago

People who say "oh u cant aim". If a map is all based on aim than its just a bad map bro. Me personally i have nothing against breeze just presenting this information

posted 1 week ago

yeah bro and the eu casters are very bumpy

posted 1 week ago

we know prod isnt the best pro player but like why this personal attack against him rly cringe

posted 1 week ago

ikr vlr is all about positivity

posted 2 weeks ago

8/8

posted 2 weeks ago

try tapping more in game and take your time and just click their head

posted 2 weeks ago

name checks out

posted 2 weeks ago

yeah ur right no scope is rly skilled

posted 2 weeks ago

downvote speedrun

posted 2 weeks ago

so bad riot had to make valorant

posted 2 weeks ago

yeah wasnt the start of last episdoe also crazy i was going against like ascendants every other game insilver

posted 2 weeks ago

potter fan most infamous radiant crypto thrower

posted 3 weeks ago

and the gun store

posted 3 weeks ago

yeah i saw that too a lot of teams kept 5 stacking and in rounds where it made no sense to do so

posted 3 weeks ago

im sorry those are some serious issues you've got i cant help u

posted 3 weeks ago

yeah i remember watching xxif back in the day, very underated

posted 3 weeks ago

i guess we will see at kickoff

posted 3 weeks ago

Anyways next season if anyone wants to pick me up as a player here is everything I did:

  • Every game AIM won I was coached by "pootterr fan", I brought really good firepower and helped my team to dominate (Literally the two games he wasn’t a coach we lost lol)
  • Solid player with a former community cup experience
  • Able to be IGL'd or Coached
posted 3 weeks ago

Anyways next season if anyone wants to pick me up as a player here is everything I did:

  • Every game AIM won I was coached by "pootterr fan", I brought really good firepower and helped my team to dominate (Literally the two games he wasn’t a coach we lost lol)
  • Solid player with a former community cup experience
  • Able to be IGL'd or Coached
posted 3 weeks ago

Singleplayer: Hollow Knight
Multiplayer: Minecraft

posted 3 weeks ago

DK

posted 3 weeks ago

zack and him are on the same team this time but might still happen

posted 3 weeks ago

Valorant

posted 3 weeks ago

This is really cool and I can't wait to see how this develops, hopefully becoming more accurate over time.

posted 3 weeks ago

help him get to iron

posted 3 weeks ago

your welcome potter fan now you have my ip
can u send me 5 billion dollars

posted 3 weeks ago

jamal from ohio destroys that fraud yay any day of the week

posted 3 weeks ago

I think this guy singlehandedly makes the average American IQ low

posted 3 weeks ago

g2 flair

posted 3 weeks ago

whenever im really angry or sad i just beat the shit out of my pillow, cuz im not stupid to break anything valuable

posted 3 weeks ago

0/8

posted 3 weeks ago

They would never do this because to call a character a sniper you are basically forcing them to use a certain weapon and play a certain way.

posted 4 weeks ago

Thanks I will use this valuable information on my next science exam, now I don't have to study. Thank you so much FlyingDoggoWoweeClap9.

posted 4 weeks ago

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posted 4 weeks ago

They can both be exciting if played aggressively but I doubt thats ever gonna happen in pro play

posted 1 month ago

BASED

posted 1 month ago

"Everyone has off games" - Richard "RickyIndian" Indian.

posted 1 month ago
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