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Well I think hardscoping is fair enough if it's just to make the distinction between the two quite distinct playstyles.
I don't understand how anyone could vote anything other than Tryhard.
Firstly, it a derogatory term used to belittle those who are better than you at the game, with the purpose of making them feel like their victory was less "worthy" because they actually try to win in the game, and therefore are somehow not "cool", as if you should just go into every game and suicide 100 times because winning is for losers. Seriously what the hell.
Secondly, it is used by so many people incorrectly. Even given the absurdity of the above point, it's clear that you call someone a Tryhard when they are "trying hard" to win. That's the point. So why, when I'm running round with nothing but a Ballistic Knife, or an Executioner, or Crossbow, or something equally turd, am I now being called a Tryhard. Surely it's an insult reserved for those using the PRO LEET SUPER SETUPS because they must win every time and therefore would never touch the Ballistic Knife ever because it might be slightly less viable than the FAL or something.
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Probably doesn't apply, but trying to read posts on here or youtube videos of people complaining about lag and lag comp while at the same time having no understanding of how networking or coding works is just infuriating.
<b>You are now breathing manually.</b> Lets put a little lead in the air, and see what falls over.