Absolute Zero wrote:So, out of 60 missions, you produced 9. Ok. So, does this mean I should start keeping a running tally of everytime I out score you?
Yeah, you do that: I think you'll be unpleasantly surprised. I did check most of your other 51 mission results, which were somewhat better but I can't recall you getting (m)any 5 digit scores. You're scoring a mean of around 3,000 xp a mission, which is LOW. And that including missions against N_V's level 8's, 9's and 10's (who your 'Bots weren't hitting, by the way)
. Top-scorer in all those missions? Not you, not even just amongst the Autobots.
Actually, through 66 deployments starting last night, I am currently averaging 3339.00 XP per deployment. Low for a team that's average level is level 6 (I should be averaging 6400). But, I was deploying mostly level 5s, which is actually spot on for them, since they should be hauling about 3200.
Absolute Zero wrote: alldarker wrote: Burn wrote:
Care to point out where I said you were wrong?
'cause i'm just pointing out how much of a prick you are for picking on your fellow Autobot.
Just paying him in kind.
This never started out as picking on a fellow Autobot, but AZ, for some reason, turned it into a pissing contest. I only give as good as I get, and at least I'm able to back myself up with facts and figures, while 'others' can only resort to ranting and name calling:
Kinda funny, since you're the one going out of the way to start things, I'm content to just stay on the board and ignore you
, but you keep wanting to throw down. That's fine. I understand, you're upset that you lost your arguement, and all that, but, seriously, you need to grow up at some point.
What's funny is the way you're contradicting yourself in these very lines. Content to ignore me? You seem pretty eager to try to get my attention again with this post. And once again with the ranting: what's that all about? Still not seeing many facts here. By the way, you might need to spend some more hours at college: it's spelled 'argument'.
I'm not an English major, sue me. I'm sure you've made your fair share of mispellings. Hell, since a large portion of the board is English, I'm sure they could point out how we can't spell color or favor. But, you keep baiting me, I'll keep responding. Sadly, I am good troll bait. It's a horrible tendency of mine. As much as I want to ignore you, I can't help it. You call me out, I have to respond. Probably has something to do with my ancestors being Irish.
Absolute Zero wrote:*edit* So, I tried going through AD's list, but it's so boring. Seems like 2/3rds of his missions are against no one, or he out numbers people, though there were a few laughers. Especially when there's even a hint of a fair fight.
Funny that you still can't back this up with actual mission logs. Just ranting something doesn't actually make it true.
Yeah, perhaps winning is boring, especially when the missions you looked at were played at night / early morning in the US, which is where most HMW-players live. What can I say: get out of bed earlier! Yeah, it's boring to me too having no competition during my working hours, but as least I'm getting XP. Also funny that your criticizing me on something I can't even influence. You've run out of decent arguments, I guess...
Winning empty missions is boring, I won't deploy if there aint any con's on. *shrugs* And... I'm pretty sure most of the HMW players don't live in the US, but I haven't seen a poll taken on that in while, cause there used to be a bunch from England (I think more than half the RDD was from there honestly) and of course, Burn is from Australia.
Absolute Zero wrote:
Like this one, which was my first mission of the day. Good Job Templar.
Yes, you scored low for your level (by 1k), but you out scored AD.
Oh this one is a nice example...
So Templar is some sort of hero in a 10 'Bots - 5 'Cons mission, with the 'Cons in play not just being heavily outnumbered but also being at much lower levels. Good for Templar! You must be SO proud
Nope, not proud. Just pointing out that he topped you. By your logic, since my team is so horrible and you're so much of a better player, I should -never- out score you. When I do, I feel sorry for you. But, eh, that's just the way the RNG rolls. But really, you need to sit back, and calm down. It's a game. If it's consumed your life that you need to try to control how other people play, then, you need to step back, take some time off, and enjoy some fresh air.