on Fri Oct 12, 2012 1:00 am#21578
How often do you guys play against clans? Are you more likely to challenge them on your own, or with a team?
This is f*cking great I am cracking up.
Team of Hispanics, calling me out because of my unusual class setup.
They reported me for cheating. Saying there's no way I can do that or do this.
Complaining that Lightweight was giving me an advantage. Called me insults I didn't even understand myself.
Game after game, win or lose depending on whether my team could keep up,
I always was at the top of the lobby with a minimum of 25+ kills every match.
Some were so skeptical, they even tried my setup. Go ahead, Dual Wield those HS10s buddy. It just didn't work for them lol.
Checking theater mode, I played 8 matches against them before they finally quit the lobby.
At the end of the day, I really enjoyed myself. Not only because their complaints were hilarious,
But because it was a challenge worth taking, and that makes victory all the sweeter.
on Fri Oct 12, 2012 4:34 am#21579
- Location : Georgia
on Fri Oct 12, 2012 9:40 am#21588
Anyway, nice ****ing job. You really do not understand how much I want to see their reaction on Youtube. I REALLY want to see it and see you play
on Fri Oct 12, 2012 10:00 am#21589
(Making me a hypocrite for spending $60 on LIVE yearly)
But if I could I would.
I can't say I don't hesitate whenever I see a full clan of six join the lobby.
Communicating really helps in the heat of battle.
But worse than that, Full parties usually mean competitive clans.
So I'm always expecting the lobby to be filled with the worst scums of gaming.
Looking at the Combat Records and seeing high five digit numbers on their most used weapon,
And not even past one thousand on the runner up.
Or seeing claymores at the top of their equipment list. Surpassing knife melee kills themselves.
on Sun Oct 14, 2012 12:06 am#21691
I was put in Grid with a bunch of campers in my team. We won, but I was dissatisfied with my team's behavior. Whom took a building and defended it at all cost. I was the only one to move around.
Fast forward to the next game:
Grid, again. But this time the camping clan was on the enemy team.
Thy shall learn a thunderous lesson my son.
Equip Stakeout. Begin.
Whoop-ass doesn't even describe it. I wouldn't let the poor fools catch breath, let alone settle in their hiding spots. I'm talking killfeeds that just kept coming. One pump after another.
This is bliss.
on Sun Oct 14, 2012 3:57 am#21693
- Location : North west UK
on Sun Oct 14, 2012 11:09 am#21713
- Location : Calgary, AB, Canada
on Sun Oct 14, 2012 11:42 am#21718
I guess that Grid match is good enough. Although it's definitely not my *Rushy-est* game.
Thought the ending was pretty funny although inconvenient.
I'll save the whole five minute game to my File Share,
But if that takes a long time, then recording from my last death would be great too.
That's just about a minute long.
It'll be the first video in the File Share, "Stakeout Crackdown"
Really appreciate it Booster.
on Sun Oct 14, 2012 1:49 pm#21734
- Location : North west UK
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