Last edited by Storm the Sorrow; 2012-12-10 at 06:46 PM.
I never automatically assume Russians are assholes. I give each of them a chance individually. That doesn't change what I have experienced though, no matter how much you try to argue it.
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We tend to stick out, I suppose, and am sorry for
If your game turns into a job, you've already lost.
learn to balance, dunno, or something.
And to be fair, between some of the jobs I've done for money and the army I'd be happy to play Dota all day instead, however long that would take.
For some people, that is the most satisfying form of playing.Originally Posted by Lysah
No, let's not agree to disagree. You can say "my experience is different" or "I think you are lying", but you can't say "no I'm sorry I don't agree with what you have seen or heard we are gonna have to agree to disagree".
I have nothing to disagree with you about. I am stating my experience. Stop trying to change it from that or undermine it. It is what it is.
My experience is indeed diffrent(while I somewhat agree with you about infamous russian arrogance), yet I claim there are literally times and times more faggots who are -gasp!- not russians(and I base it off my personal experience since I am playing with all the kinds of english-speakers for a focking long time).
Your experience is just different(or perhaps point of view) since you are playing mainly with english-speakers.
Last edited by Storm the Sorrow; 2012-12-10 at 07:30 PM.
Speaking of playing for fun, my friends, just the other day, did a 5 man bottom lane first blood and push lane. Got two towers down in two minutes and went mid for two more towers - all 5 of them bought necronomicon and ended up winning with pure pushing force - and they had fun in the process. See, it's not that hard if people just put the tryhard hat away for a while.
I don't find being forced to play any hero fun. I like ES but if I had to pick him just to counter an enemy pick it wouldn't be fun anymore. Being forced to play a certain way just to make the game fair takes a lot of the fun out of it, this is why everyone hates tryhards. Generally, the more serious you are the more emotionally invested you are and the more you have to lose. I have fun maybe 20% of the time I click the accept button, for a number of reasons.