So i butchered my KD Ratio just to rank up faster.

#1NE_PatriotsFanPosted 12/3/2012 2:36:39 PM
I been playing headquarters and domination the past week because i need some major experience and team deathmatch was not cutting it. Well i got that massive experience that i seeked, at the cost of my KD ratio.

So i sat there for a bit, i worked hard for that 2.00 kd (which is now like 0.91) and i was just like...damn.

Then a light shined thru my window, and i realized something amazing....the world was still turning and life was still goin on. Why oh why was i ever worried about having a good kd ratio that i would constantly dashboard like a noob.

TL:DR, kd ratio is seriously such a small thing to worry about that i laugh at people who rage when they go negative and blame it on lag or lag compensation, etc.
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#2Cruzader23Posted 12/3/2012 2:37:56 PM
I agree K/D does not matter, but lag compensation is still a *****.
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#3acetrain736Posted 12/3/2012 2:40:45 PM
And now watch your K/D go back up if you truly do not care...thus is the way of the call of duty, grasshopper.

The less you are...the MORE...you are...
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#4TheKingOfKoolPosted 12/3/2012 2:41:31 PM
You either played very few games to have a 2.00 KDR and have it drop to a 0.91, or you just suck.

What I mean is, I'll play a great night against noobs, probably 5 hours worth where I'll always finish with a 2.5+ KDR and at worse a 1 KDR and my KDR will only raise .03. Seriously, my KDR went from 1.27 to 1.30.

You pretty much went negative in every game you played >_>

KDR might not be that important but it is in TDM because those kills contribute to you losing.
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#5jpcownsyouPosted 12/3/2012 2:42:23 PM
acetrain736 posted...
And now watch your K/D go back up if you truly do not care...thus is the way of the call of duty, grasshopper.

The less you are...the MORE...you are...


Lol I noticed that too in the past. I would hover around 2.5 when I tried and once I didn't care I was almost up around 3
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#6NE_PatriotsFan(Topic Creator)Posted 12/3/2012 2:45:39 PM
TheKingOfKool posted...
You either played very few games to have a 2.00 KDR and have it drop to a 0.91, or you just suck.

What I mean is, I'll play a great night against noobs, probably 5 hours worth where I'll always finish with a 2.5+ KDR and at worse a 1 KDR and my KDR will only raise .03. Seriously, my KDR went from 1.27 to 1.30.

You pretty much went negative in every game you played >_>

KDR might not be that important but it is in TDM because those kills contribute to you losing.



I seriously did go negative in every.single.game of headquarters and domination. Im talking huge negative like 20 kills 40 deaths, or 12 kills 31 deaths. This happened every game, BUT i was getting up to 8,000 experience per match, compared to team deathmatch where the most i would get is like 2500 or 3000.

Im extremely good in Team deathmatch (and even better in free for all) where ill get 20 kills 1 death and the likes, but still it was very low experience.
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#7_Asian_RicePosted 12/3/2012 2:45:52 PM
I've been skydiving on Yemen with a friend of mine. Dropped my K/D by .5 in a few games.
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#8One_Too_ManyPosted 12/3/2012 2:45:53 PM
I was totally going to make a topic saying the same thing! After my 1st Prestige, all I wanted were more Custom Class Slot, so I mainly played Hardpoint.

If I'm playing like my normal self, I'll nab ~3500 points. If I play like a madman, I'm nabbing 5500-6000 points per game. I reached my 2nd Prestige is about 11 hours, but wrecked my K/D. My 1st Prestige took about 16 hours, that included some x2 XP.
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#9acetrain736Posted 12/3/2012 2:51:08 PM
Lol in the past, I'd freak about my K/D and always be mad about why I'd always seem to be stuck in the 0.8-1.0 range despite usually winning 1v1 gunfights... But then I realized that I almost exclusively play objective games and the majority of my deaths seem to be from trying to take objectives. Since then, I've been on a tear
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#10elchris79Posted 12/3/2012 2:54:29 PM
NE_PatriotsFan posted...
TheKingOfKool posted...
You either played very few games to have a 2.00 KDR and have it drop to a 0.91, or you just suck.

What I mean is, I'll play a great night against noobs, probably 5 hours worth where I'll always finish with a 2.5+ KDR and at worse a 1 KDR and my KDR will only raise .03. Seriously, my KDR went from 1.27 to 1.30.

You pretty much went negative in every game you played >_>

KDR might not be that important but it is in TDM because those kills contribute to you losing.



I seriously did go negative in every.single.game of headquarters and domination. Im talking huge negative like 20 kills 40 deaths, or 12 kills 31 deaths. This happened every game, BUT i was getting up to 8,000 experience per match, compared to team deathmatch where the most i would get is like 2500 or 3000.

Im extremely good in Team deathmatch (and even better in free for all) where ill get 20 kills 1 death and the likes, but still it was very low experience.


I applaud your new attitude, but claiming 20-1 in Tom ruins anything you have to say. Wouldn't it be more honest to say I went round 20-8 on average?