vollizie
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Registered: May 5, 2021
Last post: July 19, 2024 at 7:07 PM
Posts: 2295
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PRX will disappoint their fans once again, but "XDDDDDDDDDDDD we'll get them next time guys XDDDDD"

posted 2 days ago

If you're talking about Lock/in final, it was extremely close, but LOUD could not finish the comeback at the very end.

posted 2 days ago

Talk about a high pressure fucking game

posted 2 days ago

Does the Chinese Valorant community still hate Zekken or was that miscommunication fully resolved?

posted 1 week ago

Importing sounds like an awful idea considering the amount of talent in NA T2.

posted 1 week ago

TenZ has been incredibly consistent, it's actually insane.

posted 3 weeks ago

Coming into Champs form rn. He knew he had to lock in

posted 3 weeks ago

I'd like to see him IGLing in Russian again

posted 1 month ago

To my fellow Elden Ring enjoyers, our time has come. We shall take pride with our time in the Realm of Shadow. Whatever awaits us, know that we can handle it, through pain and glory. Miquella, we are coming to your aid

posted 1 month ago

Didn't think it was possible to have an immune system worse than TenZ, but Leo proved me wrong.

posted 1 month ago

9 days until Shadow of the Erdtree :)

posted 1 month ago

W jinx

posted 1 month ago

Get Warbirds as an assistant coach

posted 1 month ago

Oh yeah? Let's see yours

posted 1 month ago

Who gave blud the script? https://www.vlr.gg/pickem/83d2377f

posted 1 month ago

I can remember quite a few Haven games that he just fucking shit on the opposing IGL

posted 1 month ago

Idk why anyone would care about this drama tbh

posted 1 month ago

Why the fuck would you say that?

posted 1 month ago

If G2 somehow wins this match, then they are the strangest team ever

posted 1 month ago

We need more Fortnite pros

posted 1 month ago

Don't do that

posted 1 month ago

Cryo and zekken have already declared Americas though. Ban and Russ had not when they went to Pacific. Both Cryo and zekken would have to play as an import for awhile before they'd gain residence.

posted 1 month ago

Both of them would count as imports

posted 1 month ago

He had a really rough 2023

posted 1 month ago

Boston

posted 1 month ago

Yea that sounds about right

posted 1 month ago

Cryo said they're 2-0ing GenG so I believe him (you're Filipino, you should believe him too)

posted 1 month ago

Pretty sure there was a reddit post that said that the second the tickets went on sale, that all days were sold out

posted 1 month ago

Discover the beauty of FromSoftware. Give Elden Ring a shot

posted 1 month ago

Biggest tragedy of this event was 100T not being able to play a Chinese team.

posted 1 month ago

I think boaster can handle the critics. Him crying was for sure just him being disappointed in himself and his performance. I highly doubt it's because of some vlr and twitter users roasting him.

posted 1 month ago

It's fucking hilarious dude. One of the top posts of today is just a recap of BLG's domination against NRG.

posted 1 month ago

However bad you may think VLR, Reddit, and/or Twitter are to players and teams, it will NEVER be as bad as the Chinese are to their own players on their forums. If you wanna take a gander, check out the Tieba forums for competitive Valorant. I'm not sure if I'm allowed to link the website here, but this reddit post has a link for it down in the comments: https://www.reddit.com/r/ValorantCompetitive/comments/1d5nq14/chinese_fan_reactions_after_the_match_vs_prx/

The Chinese are very creative with their insults, I'll say that much.

posted 1 month ago

Winter is coming my friend, and it's coming for Boaster it seems

posted 1 month ago

I thought the Madrid crowd was pretty good.

posted 1 month ago

I don't think people quite realize how absolutely dominant prime Astralis was. It was actually disgusting how many trophies that team won in 2018, to the detriment of the league unfortunately. Tournaments were predictable and it got kind of boring after awhile. And even in 2019, where they slowed down a lot, they still managed to win the 2 largest tourneys of the year.

For Val, even if a team won all 3 internationals of the year, I don't think it would represent anything close to the dominance that was prime Astralis. It'd have to be like 5-7 tournament wins in a row imo.

posted 1 month ago

Are we just copy pasting threads now? https://www.vlr.gg/356114/about-china

posted 1 month ago

Yes, EU teams have historically been better for practice. They tend to take scrims a lot more seriously

posted 1 month ago

Should Chinese teams that qualify internationally try boot-camping in NA and/or Europe prior to events starting? The only other options are to import coaches and analysts.

posted 1 month ago

If teams could just stop choking against EDG in critical moments domestically.

posted 1 month ago

This actually has a really high chance of happening. The big hurdle here imo is G2 vs TH. That could ruin it all.

posted 1 month ago

What else can you do other than just give them more time? Maybe sign some foreign analysts and coaches, but that's about it. They're only given 1 import like the other regions

posted 1 month ago

With how BLG has looked recently, I don't think they can make it to Champs, even with 4 slots available.

posted 1 month ago

I'm not expecting changes until after Champs tbh. The team is basically guaranteed a spot

posted 1 month ago

I'm talking about Champs

posted 1 month ago

Yes I agree. China for sure needs support for sure, but they shouldn't be given the literal same amount of spots as the other 3 regions. Should -1 spot for their performance here and give that spot to the region with Shanghai winner

posted 1 month ago

It's just absolutely insane

posted 1 month ago

That's not the point I was trying to make

posted 1 month ago

People in every sport and esport forget that these people are still human. You gotta be insane to think that they're not giving 110% to win, but sometimes it's just not enough

posted 1 month ago
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