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Member Since 18 Aug 2011
Offline Last Active Jun 19 2017 03:53 PM

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In Topic: Artifact Weapons, Offspecs, and PvP

19 August 2016 - 02:37 AM

Yeah well that's not real fun to people who enjoy mmos. The whole point of an mmo is to work on and create the best character, I'm glad wow realized the path they were taking was awful.

Is bloodline champs still a thing? Try that

they are releasing a new game on the 20th of next month called battlerite. still the best arena game ever made

In Topic: Which player(s) did you look up to?

12 August 2016 - 04:34 AM

Filo was one of the most dominant players in Cata.

Also, I was on Turalyon, Hamsterboat's original server.

yeh him hofferland and beleta xfered to KT s8 and thats when we played. lol hofferland was such a cunt

In Topic: Which player(s) did you look up to?

12 August 2016 - 02:09 AM

you're allowed to love the way someone plays a game or how well they do it despite them having shitty personalities

eh people i knew who played with mayo describe him as "the druid when no one else was around" pretty accurate

In Topic: Which player(s) did you look up to?

12 August 2016 - 01:55 AM

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In somewhat chronological order:

Megatf was one of the best contributors EVER to this game. The amount of learning resources he provided in BC was HUGE on this website. During BC I really didn't know many names outside of my server community. Hamsterboat and Waffleiron were two big names on my server.

In WoTLK Hydra was probably the most revolutionary healer I had ever seen. This guy forever changed the course of WoW PvP.

In early Cata, Reckful, Filovirus, Neilyo, and Dakkroth were all crazy entertaining to watch. I remember downloading their PvP videos on WCM. As a Druid, I was really inspired by Drmayo. I modeled the way I played druid around his aggressive playstyle. I am also incredibly happy I met Carrymelol during Cata. He was a phenomenal Rogue and taught me a lot about PvP. I also enjoyed Khuna and Flubbah videos during this expansion.

At the end of Cata I was in awe at how good Jahmilli and Talbadar were. I think these two players are up there as some of the best players ever in WoW. Honorable mention to Samx and Metaphorz to be some of the late greats of this expansion.

In MoP I was mostly inspired by my S14 arena partner, Vurtre. I met him when he was a Rival Durotar duel hero. Together we pushed ourselves to get R1. Throughout MoP I always looked up to Jahmilli and Starship.

In WoD I looked up to Jax and Cower. Both of these players are some of the most underrated talent in this game. While playing RMD they helped me greatly. Another great player I had the chance to play with in MoP and WoD was Venruki. He is a positive force in this community and should definitely be remembered as one of the all time greats.

Though not really part of the mainstream PvP community, Bailamos was a huge influence to me in terms of RBG leadership. Similarly, Pizza, arguably the best level 19 twink of all time, was an important influence in my WoW career.

you looked up to filovirus and drmayo.... are you perhaps a super rager whos mega fat irl? playing with those 2 people might have changed your "idol"

also hamsterboat? were you on KT?

In Topic: Which player(s) did you look up to?

12 August 2016 - 01:54 AM

i was really inspired Hunter legend G-links because he showed me that even when you're mentally retarded you can still get rating after 8 years of playing a video game. look at me now

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