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10-11-2006 @ 11:42AM
Reygar (14)"premade" in this context refers to a premade team, as opposed to a pickup group (Pug). An organized team, often communicating via Ventrilo or other means, can pretty much roll a bunch of random people who don't know each other from Adam. Whereas if they meet a similarly prepared team, it will be a long, slow grind. It used to be that you waited until they used teamwork to crush you and just assumed it was a premade. Now it's easy to tell because you know what server everyone's from and the odds on all your opponents coming from one server without joining as a group are pretty bad.
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