...to play that class in the next game just to show them what's up?
I played a gold match and there was an Asari Valkyrie with a Tempest(srsly), no Tech Armor, didn't use Warp ONCE the entire match and was walking up to enemies and turning annihilation field on and then turning it off. She(girly GT) died a bunch of times and scored 25k. Not one biotic explosion from her.
The next match I played my 66606 Valkyrie with a Piranha and wrecked. She switched to a quarian infiltrator and I think she followed me around in cloak watching me a few times, lol.
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Why don't people focus on themselves, and let others play how they want to?
Seriously, your chances of running onto them again is slim, if they suck, offer advice and then leave them be. Showing them how high you can score is not going to do them any good, it means you are a better player than them, odds are they will still not be close to your score.
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I often get the urge to do this, but resist because I don't want to seem like a jerk. However, it depends on the nature of the people I'm playing with. If they seem laid back, I'll go for it. if they seem like tryhards who'll get mad and ragequit because some guy bested them at their own game, I don't do it. I always try to consider others, cuz I'm such a nice guy. Probably too nice.
But, to be brutally honest, you should feel HONORED to watch me wreck face with your fav class, noob. It's like going to school on a full scholarship. I ought to get a tax write-off for this ****. Shut yo' mouf and take notes.