"Why don't you guys split up your team?" QQ
More in house games:
Now, I realize almost all of those games are losses for me which will probably result in you guys pot-shotting me and saying how I'm really a bad player and my record is all because of pug-stomping, blah-blah. Maybe I am bad, you never know? But it's really irrelevant because I'm pointing out that I DO play in-house and I DO split up teams. And if you notice, pacov is in those games, so yeah, defends him too.
You do realize you've played with me 3v3 while I'm premade with the third person, right? Several times in fact. I frequently only 'premake' with 1 other person (this last week or so exempt).
And you were on my team, and we won (well, except once...). I don't think you were complaining then?
Remember that horrid game on Prison that was the most boring game of Demigod ever? I had played with Jotunn one tim(maybe twice? Maybe.) before, and he invited me to play with him. Was that a 'secret' premade? Esp since I was playing Queen of all people.
If I was a 'competitive' premade team I would never play with a pug friend who plays TB: (another example of a loss because, you know what, I don't really care how shitty of a player you think I am. I really don't think I'm in the top 20 as a player, and my prior ranking before expierence reset (145) was probably much more accurate):
We would always have LE + Sed + (Oak or UB). Every game. I would never even think about screwing around with a different team. Because, you know, all I like to do is pug-stomp.
I never do, and I have several posts that mark me as CLEARLY a person who plays on a team alot. It has gotten to the point where if I don't have anyone I know in the slightest online I'll host games that say "not premade". That's not a 'NO premade', but "I, abuggeredhedgie, am not premade and will take whoever joins my team and not kick them".
"My premade has over 10 people in it."
Not all on. Right now there are 5. I don't know two of them at all, and one of the three is playing a game with someone else. The other person is waiting for me to finish so we can do some 3v3 with a random person (maybe 2v2, we will see). Though we have a fair amount of people on, it's rarely more than 4 or 5 'active' players at any given time and since I pug alot...
I kick on request, and I don't kick noobs/poor-players on my team, even when pug players tell me to:
I pugged, I found some friends, I host a lot of games, people liked to play with me, my name got out, people IM me whenever we are online, we play together with text, I get invited to a 'clan', I play most premade, learn my team, start playing more and more premade -on- premade games, lose some, learn a lot, continue to have fun.
That's how it should be, for everyone. The easiest way to get your name out is to host a lot of 'no premade' games, and then play well enough people want to BE a premade with you.