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2-29-2008 @ 3:33PM
These are pretty funny, but true.What about the "Straw Boss" - The guy in a BG that immediately begins to bark out directions how to "win", but gives the worst advise and strategy. Then become defensive when someone calls him out that his plan SUX. They will usually either begin to flame the person oppossing their strategies by calling them a "noob" or some other silly name in the form of Leet-Speak. We may even get the occassional one that will defend themselves by touting they have 6 level 70 characters on 3 other servers that were Grand Marshall pre-BC and maintain a 2400 arena rating currently....but, they will never reveal said characters names to be armoried or have some other excuse why we can't research such outlandish claims.
2-29-2008 @ 5:59PM
I find that guy to be the most annoying. Usually found in EotS. These seem to be his favorite phrases."Take !!"-right after someone calls for help at another tower."Towers are more important"-So, why aren't we defending the one's we have?"I'm doing more damage than you are, so I'm right."-Yet, we are still losing, and they still have that tower.
2-29-2008 @ 9:30PM
My favorite version of this happens when we're running "premade" AVs and there's one PUG guy thrown in with us, who then proceeds to tell our team (who have 150+ straight undefeated games over 4 weeks and are OBVIOUSLY a premade...39 people from Nath...come on!) that we are not doing things correctly. ROFL
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