Hi guys, what do you think?

#11sulli15(Topic Creator)Posted 1/24/2014 2:08:27 PM
Bale droppin' the knowledge down, man!

So other than the obvious playing, exactly how does one even improve? I don't quite grasp how people take the step to get above just slaying bad kids all day(That's me, love me some bad kids)

I mean if you look at my stats I've clearly played a ton of games in this game and obviously a bunch throughout the series. I just don't feel like I'm gaining any more from purely playing the game. In fact, since I've been back playing a bit I honestly feel like my shot is getting worse(Getting out BR'd far more than someone that has capable thumbs should be getting)

So yeah, possibly just my mindset but I really feel like I'm stuck in my general skill level where I'd argue I've been since H2.
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#12COG_KillaPosted 1/24/2014 10:47:56 PM
I hear focusing on one aspect at a time will help improve. I would do this with friends instead of alone in matchmaking, and then play serious once in a while to bring it all together.

I would do this, but i'm a ****ing re****.
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#13WARRlORPosted 1/25/2014 9:44:46 AM
__bale posted...
and now you even hit that sick shot that makes you scream for your dad to come watch your film. (camden)


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#14Killean_NuggetsPosted 1/25/2014 10:41:10 AM
sulli15 posted...
Bale droppin' the knowledge down, man!

So other than the obvious playing, exactly how does one even improve? I don't quite grasp how people take the step to get above just slaying bad kids all day(That's me, love me some bad kids)

I mean if you look at my stats I've clearly played a ton of games in this game and obviously a bunch throughout the series. I just don't feel like I'm gaining any more from purely playing the game. In fact, since I've been back playing a bit I honestly feel like my shot is getting worse(Getting out BR'd far more than someone that has capable thumbs should be getting)

So yeah, possibly just my mindset but I really feel like I'm stuck in my general skill level where I'd argue I've been since H2.



Just practice lad, but practicing is different from just playing. You have to think a lot more, you play better but for me at least I lose interest and can't play as long as when I am just playing.
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#15aByLiTyPosted 1/25/2014 5:51:12 PM
IMO it was a lot easier to get better fast in the h2/h3 (even reach) days thanks to widespread access to VoD and plenty of good players playing the game.

the two most reliable ways to get better have always been:
1) constantly play with people better than you and
2) gameplay analysis of better players.
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#16elitewarrior500Posted 1/25/2014 9:42:55 PM
hi hi
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#17Link2B125Posted 1/26/2014 2:43:16 PM
__bale posted...
okay here we go, here's a serious post for all you randoms

there's a few ceilings each halo player reaches.

the first stage is where 95% of halo players reside. you cant shoot, you cant move, you cant do anything. hello rageface, darren, all other randoms

the second stage is where your shot becomes pretty solid but you still play like an idiot. i.e. you typically 5-6 shot and you might hit one nice snipe shot every time you pick it up but your map movement is still iRGush status (this is where like all gfaqs kids reside, like sulli, rimshot, falco, etc)

the next stage is where your map movement improves to nearly bdog stage, where you start to move with teammates, but usually your just up your teammates ass and your shot hasn't improved much (blite, fish)

the next stage is where you become bdog, your shot is on point, i.e. nice 4 shot BR, usually hit most of your snipe shots, but your movement is still avg at best (bdog, jesse)

now your movement is starting to improve, your starting to realize omg there's 2 at hawk, and my teammate is pushing blue street from blue ramp and i just spawned, HOLY **** i'm going to push top mid and flank these ****s at hawk and **** them and 4 em (sanzy type player)

the next stage, now that you've learned how to play halo with a team, is to make your shot impeccable. now you four every single damn time. you hit at least 50% of your snipes. you hit every snipe/railgun/rocket shot when the other player isn't ready, and now you even hit that sick shot that makes you scream for you mom to come watch your film. (blake, me, swizzy)

the final stage is to really learn every single situation, where you should be moving every time, depending on where your teammates are, and you literally four every time and hit 75% of your snipes. this is pro status and i am not there, contact yoshi for more information. (yoshi, rob)

i think playing more helps, but its more about maturity and knowledge and wisdom rather than mere play time. i played more when i was 16-18 then when i was 20-22. but between 16-18, i pretty much never improved, whereas at age 22 I'm as good as I've ever been and I really think there's only the top players in the world that I can't hang with (i.e. the pros whose name you know). okay buh bye


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#18Kpt_KapowskiPosted 1/26/2014 4:18:02 PM
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#19MrFish86Posted 1/26/2014 4:55:08 PM
Link2B125 posted...
<3, going for two tiers up in halo 5, #Believe #Baylife #WeTeamin'?


Woa! Why is the box around your name all bright yellow? I'm impressed! Is anyone else seeing this?
#20jesse_skaterPosted 1/26/2014 5:00:20 PM
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