Posted 12 January 2017 - 04:26 AM
You use penguinator correctly getting a move before death and he takes out at least 40% of the opposing team. Unless said team has multiple epic mons then it could only take out 33% of the opposing team.
Also, pvp has moved from a United States republican political theory, to an Egalitarianism politcal theory. Those of us that were brand loyal and quite frankly birthed this fantistic gem of ever changing strategic paradigm, must now be humble and allow the new kids on the block a fair fight, which is ridiculous. Fights by there nature aren't fair nor should they be if you don't like losing. Show me someone that offers a hand shake and says let's have a fair fight, and I'll show you loser of said fight. The ones that use ever capability to their advantage and willing to do what the other persson can't or won't will win. Fighters that desire fairness and no trickery are the more pamoered and expecttant/doted on folk( generalizing, I'm not pretentious enough to say people of less economic means will win every time). In saying that, I grew up up onpowdered milk and was always excited when the people with fancy clothes and nice cars brought us our Christmas presents on Christmas Day every year and I never lost a fight in my life. I believed fights were a struggle, in any struggle you use whatever tools or tricks to overcome that struggle. In the players that have the longevity, at a minimum more hours with less starting opportunities and slower build times are our tricks. Some have more natural gifts with strats and do unexpected moves, but as an average the players that were here at the Big Bang of neo monsters spent more time and energy here and earned our higher team points. Now that we are the aged, we are being told to move aside for the next gen, but I won't go without resisting this new regime and fighting against their Marxist state! I'm just kidding, I'm a democrat and believe those with more should help those that have less. Helping people and seeing their thanks is honestly a great thing to witness. Helping kids that don't understand why the other kids have nicer things just so they can feel more confident or more comfortable is something everyone should try once. If you do seeing their unhindered happiness will become your drug of choice, it's more addicting than heroin, and less likely to end with you dieing with a needle in your arm in a gas station bathroom, or what I like to call a win win and the double deuce.