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FishyUberMuffin

War Paints Everywhere
Apr 26, 2015
977
the top 12 would be 6 spots where people are yelling at each other and maybe throw in a racial slur and or calling someone gay. The other 5 would be everyone trying to say that they are gods and nobody can beat them and the one spot would be a good game with no toxic players.
 

Crowbar

Spiritual preprocessor
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Dec 19, 2015
1,460
the top 12 would be 6 spots where people are yelling at each other and maybe throw in a racial slur and or calling someone gay. The other 5 would be everyone trying to say that they are gods and nobody can beat them and the one spot would be a good game with no toxic players.
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Da Spud Lord

Occasionally I make maps
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Mar 23, 2017
1,341
the top 12 would be 6 spots where people are yelling at each other and maybe throw in a racial slur and or calling someone gay. The other 5 would be everyone trying to say that they are gods and nobody can beat them and the one spot would be a good game with no toxic players.
What the heck do you have against comp players? Why are you so irrationally intolerant of them?
 

FishyUberMuffin

War Paints Everywhere
Apr 26, 2015
977
What the heck do you have against comp players? Why are you so irrationally intolerant of them?

Comp players that i always come across where just always just toxic, they would always have to stroke their egos by telling the losing team they they are gods and you should do awful things to yourself. They are not nice people.
 

FishyUberMuffin

War Paints Everywhere
Apr 26, 2015
977
Of course not every competitive player is like this but 90% is due to the competitive mode of any kind, it's not just in TF2, its also in Overwatch. The competitive mode is just a toxic creating place due to people want to win, if they don't or if someone messes up on their team. Then the team ( Blue ) will get angry at that player for messing up and then the player who gets yelled will start yelling back and then the entire team is yelling, then the other team ( Red ) will just mock the yelling team and then ( Red ) team will win due to the yelling and the stress. The ( Blue ) Team will be yelling more due to losing and then words will be thrown around that should not. ( Red ) The team will be also stroking their egos after the game due to the win. So Competitive games are not a good thing to play. At least in MvM and Causal mode you could always leave if the team is toxic, Competitive traps you into the toxic game because you would lose rank or banned for a few days if you leave. I know that MvM has one wave penalty if you leave before you complete wave one, however that is just one wave. It's not the entire game. So basically competitive game mode and its majority of players are not good for anything.
 

G.bo

L4: Comfortable Member
Sep 24, 2017
173
Comp players that i always come across where just always just toxic, they would always have to stroke their egos by telling the losing team they they are gods and you should do awful things to yourself. They are not nice people.

I can back this up, but to be honest, I mostly see this in steel and B4nny. I do know what you're talking about, but you are also mostly talking about the Competitive Matchmaking implemented by Valve instead of the competitive community built of corps like UGC and TF2Center. There are comp players who aren't toxic gits: take "a woolen sleevlet" for example. He's a calm, rational EU player who actually has more than moaning and swears to say, and gives reasonable feedback about many competitive topics, unlike our NA face-of-the-game who yells at teams for not being healthy, and fails to form rational logic beyond yelling at his team for not doing exactly what he says.

Fight me B4nny: your mechanics can't save you in a verbal argument.
 

FishyUberMuffin

War Paints Everywhere
Apr 26, 2015
977
I can back this up, but to be honest, I mostly see this in steel and B4nny. I do know what you're talking about, but you are also mostly talking about the Competitive Matchmaking implemented by Valve instead of the competitive community built of corps like UGC and TF2Center. There are comp players who aren't toxic gits: take "a woolen sleeveless" for example. He's a calm, rational EU player who actually has more than moaning and swears to say, and gives reasonable feedback about many competitive topics, unlike our NA face-of-the-game who yells at teams for not being healthy and fails to form rational logic beyond yelling at his team for not doing exactly what he says.

Fight me B4nny: your mechanics can't save you in a verbal argument.

I am not just pointing out to Valve's competitive. I am saying all competitive. First and third party. ( UGC and TF2Center ) Also just not TF2 but other games competitive like Overwatch. The Woolen Sleevlet is part of the 10% who are good people in the sea of toxic. Why would Valve put money into a game mode that is bad for the game due to the more toxic players spreading more into other game modes like Casual mode?
 

Da Spud Lord

Occasionally I make maps
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Mar 23, 2017
1,341