cringe + ratio + 0/8 + you are a shame to your ancestors + stfu!
|Registered:||September 5, 2021|
|Last post:||March 31, 2023 at 12:13 PM|
cringe + ratio + 0/8 + you are a shame to your ancestors + stfu!
ice spice was radiant last act
thats a reach
this mf is finally playing at the same level he used to
im on it.
Wong Kar Wai the GOAT
I HATE YOU AND YOUR ENTIRE BLOODLINE I HOPE YOUR FAMILY TREE ENDS WITH YOU! :3
that's what he got signed for but I feel like a player of his caliber is inevitably going to end up starting for them.
wonder whose place he's taking
Muse - Knights of Cydonia
the soundtrack is super fucking cool too - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ol_XDBdEm0M
Cut all caffeine, pull an all nighter, do low intensity exercise for a long period of time during that day (jogging is great) and eat a lot for dinner
Don't actively try to fall asleep - read a book/ do homework / anything not super active that u can do in bed. I find not looking at the time helps a lot too.
oh i forgot about that
subtitbles have tokyo but i feel like turkiye makes more sense in context?
only the sheriff and the guardian feel good everything else feels horrible imo. definitely the worst part of valorant.
they made up for it by making kills super satisfying though.
my intention was to compare the teams at the level they will be when they next play each other, which will be Tokyo.
Currently I 100% agree they are dogwater
the rrq comparision is unwarranted, they're in a tier of their own.
I definitely do think they showed a lot of good though. > Yet, their macro was still good, their setplays were good, and the IGL-ing was solid.
It's super visible in their gameplay, just look at even the very first round of the series - Liquid run a beautiful fake that gets all the TS players off site and then proceed to massively fumble the plant because nobody holds for redgar during the plant. This round structure (TL having good ideas but fucking up the foundations) repeats in different forms throughout the series and was in my opinion the main reason they lost.
It would be worse than or at the level of, not strictly worse but yeah. I claim that they WILL BE at the level where the statement is true. Currently, they're clearly not even close.
Compared to the other regions possible third seeds (Lev, Furia 100T, SEN, Talon, Gen G, PRX), there's not a single team that I can confidently say is better than Liquid. I genuinely think that their performance at Lock in was decent despite being massively below expectations.
It's a completely new roster without an existing core made with players from three different teams that didn't play similarly (or really share any structure). Yet, their macro was still good, their setplays were good, and the IGL-ing was solid.
Once they manage to coordinate better - as all new rosters do after a few months - they will perform way better. Not good enough to match the S-tier teams because of their weak links but good enough to beat anybody else.
bump for sardine stream
Their single map against Secret, despite being a stomp, still had a lot of great macro and setplays. They just fell apart during execution - players wouldn't trade or space correctly. It almost felt like a communication issue, not dissimilar from Korean-Japanese rosters but with much improved firepower
Agree with pretty much everything except Liquid - I think that rooster's only issue was a complete lack of cohesion. It was like watching a bunch of headless chickens navigate a hedge maze.
However, I think with a supposedly good coach, this is a problem that will be fixed over the course of the split. After that their performance should be on par with NAVI and Fnatic imo
Unfair comparison tbh
These mfs need to drop the crossover episode
WHAT THE FUCK IS BRO TALKING ABOUT 🔥🔥🔥
After rewatching the entire bo5, I have to say that the crowd was incredible. It makes the experience so much more real and tangible. Would the event be better if the crowd made the same level of noise for both teams? Yes. Would the crowd be nearly as passionate and loud if they did attempt to support both teams? No. The energy that the crowd brought stems from rivalry, from the competition, from not only supporting a team but "hating" the other.
I prefer the most dedicated crowd over any lesser option despite an evident bias.
Then comes the aftermath - the crowd after their team has lost. I've noticed a lot of threads stating that the crowd left before the trophy was raised - but that's only partly true. The crowd started leaving directly after LOUD's second-place bow / camera moment. The majority of the people however were present for Fnatic raising the trophy - they left during the break for the post-match interview. I think that's entirely fair. The post math interview is, in my opinion, similar to a post-credit scene in a movie. It's something for dedicated fans, of which there aren't many. I've been to many traditional sporting events where it's entirely customary to start leaving immediately after a team wins (though most of these were regular season games as opposed to a grand final) - the trophy raise generally indicates the end of the event. If the TOs wanted a crowd to be present during the post-match interview, I think having a more seamless transition is necessary. During downtime, seeing the stadium empty out even partially triggers a domino-effect-esque reaction where more and more people leave, unwilling to break the trend.
I hope Masters does return to Brazil and I hope a Brazillian team makes it to the final again - the energy is unmatched.
mfw my ranked teammates don't understand the entirely new language I invented specifically to communicate more efficiently in valorant
Well I think that's a very rude reply and that you should read it!
This is a theoretical question because valorant hasn't progressed even close to the point where such a question would be relevant.
Would speaking certain languages improve a team's ability to coordinate and communicate due to increased information density in the speech? Like, if you could convey the same idea with a smaller amount of speech would your team be able to react faster than to in game events?
Similarly, it a language had more clarity for the vocabulary used by teams to communicate, would a team speaking it see any benefit?
It's a question that I've thought about on multiple occasions - there isn't a very popular example of this in traditional sports either from my knowledge at least.
Only valid answer
Damn bruh I thought I was goated on the shoulders but it turns out that my form was just straight ass
I can't even do 10 anymore it's feeling like time to give up
Seeing the mf run through the cypher trip was insanely cute
It's the same fucking game lmfao
Try the rib.gg discord
It's a new engine not a new game lmfao
It's not complete until premier releases
Derke finally winning def got me feeling it
His performance was inhumanly good.this event, it's crazy to put him behind anyone except maybe Shao - but Leo played more maps.
Lock//In def second place after it ended.
1.4 mil pea
Gigabanger successfully manifested!!!
they already won before and they weren't insufferable lmfao. Cope seethe mald navitard