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User Info: pootertooter

pootertooter
7 years ago#1
So i just downloaded this game a few days ago. I went through the tutorial and read up a bit about the game. I have next to no experience with a game of this type (played Warcraft 3, but in this light its hardly worth mentioning). Anyway, the first few practice games i went through were littered with righteous peeps who were very patient and had no problem handing out pointers. i cant say how impressed i am with a community that is based on a very PVP-centric game (especially a game where a newb is worse than having no one else at all on your team) be so gosh darn courteous.

all i got to say is wow, and hopefully this encourages other people who were kind of shy about jumpin in. truly amazed at how cool everyone has been.

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User Info: 7Nitro7Blazer7

7Nitro7Blazer7
7 years ago#2
Really? My experience has been quite the opposite. If I say I'm new and just learning people will leave or sarcastically remark we're gonna lose. If I make any sort of tiny mistake I get berated for it for the rest of the match.

I wish I had your experience in this.
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User Info: Jeev-

Jeev-
7 years ago#3
At the above person, do you go straight into real matches or do you do practice?
If you're new to a character it's always good to do a practice with him first if you know you'll be using him and then people also appreciate that you put in the effort...
I did a good 20+ practice games before my first real game after beta to try get better so that people wouldn't flame me..

User Info: pootertooter

pootertooter
7 years ago#4
yeah. i agree. i have no intention of heading to a "real" match until ive got a good chunk of practice under my belt and a fair grasp of the mechanics/flow.

User Info: Charliesix

Charliesix
7 years ago#5
What are the incentives to playing a practice match over a Normal match, besides being "courteous" to people?

I was under the impression that Normal games offer more IP rewards, win or lose.

User Info: HosedAndHappy

HosedAndHappy
7 years ago#6
I only have a problem when people clearly have no idea of what they're doing and refuse to listen to any advice and keep doing the same thing over and over.
I know it's pretty damn weird to eat people.

User Info: RaydricLord

RaydricLord
7 years ago#7
Really? My experience has been quite the opposite. If I say I'm new and just learning people will leave or sarcastically remark we're gonna lose. If I make any sort of tiny mistake I get berated for it for the rest of the match.

I wish I had your experience in this.


This, except with my friends. I don't feed or anything and I get yelled at more than the feeders on my team. In addition, I'm usually playing a tank character and if we win, they point out how I get little amount of kills compared to their nuker/dps characters.
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User Info: DuDuDu10101

DuDuDu10101
7 years ago#8
i played my first game last night and we had a man down the whole match... we ended up winning and i held off the top lane by myself...

but i guess i fed quite a bit because i wasn't leveling as fast as my team mates but that also allowed them to kill without being spotted...
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