banem easy done. You watch 6 maps or play in them as 1 or 2 players trail by a clear 35 kills plus win every map
even servers full of vets suffer due to one ocd tryhard. If you stepped back it translates into 1 person spoiling
23 others evening over 6 maps or more. When one blatant tryhard be that with a series of roh animation bugs, macroed
combat plus even speaking messages binded into the fight add the purposely done 50 ping that always seems to increase
to 140 in fights or if they start to lose. These nasty gamers know what they are doing so it should be hard to figure out
my ratio of numbers it’s easier to ban one such tryhard for month then let over 5 maps of 23 people suffer assuming
they are even the same gamer’s suffering each map. When certain things are pointed out in game to such tryhards
they even taunt and know full well they are way out of snyc also. It won’t harm Chivalry atm to have a filtering of such
plebs out of its core game tbh. Imo Its not practical to have 40 players quit for good over a month due to a tryhard.
They know what they are doing as when smurfing after banned they actually go about showing off nasty combat moves
drawing attention to themselves , I have even seen such smurfs rank 4 lead the scores once again in rank16 plus games.
The strange one is why they complain when caught smurfing and can’t figure out why lel. yet they quite happily run about
in a recently joined say 24slot ffa beating down rank40 plus players who are usually relaxing and messing about with
friends by coming up to them often with some animation strobe effect plus tryharding to then start acidy tongue rudness
saying you suck or are shit. They should actually be banned from steam completely, Its due a clean up just like faceybook imo. Weak gamers who shouldn’t be given impunity to ruin many many players sessions of chivalry atm
Lucky I’m not an admin with my pine hammer tbh, I cleaned up 4 quake live servers over a month breaking new records for bans. If you even smell like a tryhard your gone, or blink with a sword hehe. filthy blighters tbh
Been working on juggling the Flail and Morning Star in the midst of combat. The difference in shield attacks and weapon speed seems to confuse opponents sometimes. With luck, it can be done subtly, and after a few Flail swings no one expects a quick poke in the eye.
Okay, it’s been about a month since I picked up the Grand Mace.
Nowadays, it’s my “go to” weapon against Knights. It’s a pretty well rounded weapon, once I got the hang of it.
Aye, Vanguards with pole arms are hard to fight- and Men at Arms are mostly too quick to hit…but that’s where the secondary weapons come in.
I think that the G Mace does best against a crowd.