VCG-001 USS Spain wrote:I'm not new to the game, only the competitive side which is filled with arrogant a$$holes.
You make some straight up ridic claims, and your only response to those who called you out are to call them assholes? Well then, can't say I'm surprised.
I have 2090 hours, but this is my first game in the series.
That is precious, I have 2069 hours in WG:RD alone
. Not exactly something to brag about on my behalf, but it goes to show just how much of a gulf in experience there is between you and me, and I'm not exactly all that good to begin with.
I am fully acquainted with the game's mechanics
No you are not.
But when I have a proper, good amount of time I hop on Wargame, and play a long, high stakes match.
Seton's Clutch turtling cancer fests are your definition of "high stakes"...? Interesting, that's my definition of low stakes newbie game.
The only stakes in this game are the time you invest in a single match, and so when I play with 2-3 of my friends against other humans and have a 5 hour ordeal and narrowly win because the enemy surrendered, it's awesome. The fighting is awesome, the management of forces en masse efficiently at the tactical level is awesome, and I love it.
Matches determined by arty spam on choke points are the most dull and boring games there are. Seton's Clutch is by far the least "tactical" map to play on, especially when you are counting on your friends to carry you. That's all support decks are good for, being carried by friends in a match of low skill players so you can sit there and turtle without any pressure or worry. Play with a couple friends on Meme Ridge or DDay or 2v2 Paddy with a support deck against me and some half decent players and let me know how it works for you.
But in the eyes of these brainless retards, you can only play the game one way, and it is their way. I'm sorry for trying to enjoy the game.
Everyone who calls you out for your straight up ridic claims = retards.