Still Going Strong
Yep, you can make some great players out of little noobs. Knew a guy on a world I played and it was his first world, he ended up in the top 3 of the world. Amazing what can happen if you give the little/new guys a chance. Same world, took a guy that had forgotten most of what he knew in regards to TribalWars, trained him some and taught him the basics, then up until he had to quit due to r.l., he was slaughtering the frontlines.I personally very much enjoy helping new players, and taking chances on players that are interested in improving. I remember the worlds before "elite" tribes where that was all there was. Taking the people in your area/continent and doing the best with them that you could. Chances are over half of them would end up quitting or showing off their nubbiness in all its magnificence but at the end of the day, the 30-40% that actually learned and stayed active and payed attention, were worth the trouble.
Immune its funny that you flame the "early world players" because your description of them does not match what I remember "us" being. In fact...I seem to recall a post where you personally called out every player in the top20 saying how bad they were, or how they were pointwhores, or how they were cheating and being pushed. So what youre basically saying, is that the "best players" now are even worse than the "best players" in w2 or w5? Wow thats pretty impressive that 70 worlds later the skill curve(which apparently youre the top of now) is the worst its ever been.
TL;DR BE PROUD OF BEING THE BEST OF THE WORST. YOLO.
Yeah, like you said, it's funny that he flames early world players, especially since he said that his first world was only w25. lol. W25 is cutting it close to being and early world. It opened about 5 years ago and the .net server is 8 years old. I'd say that early worlds are from Beta to w20 (worlds opened 6+ years ago), worlds are from 21-60 (worlds opened from 2-6 years ago), and the new worlds are from w61 to w75 (worlds opened within the past 2 years).
lol, ODk, if you're proud of being the best of the worst, I wonder what a player like Rednecks would say.