Why people still make new Threads in the Balancefourm?
I don't see the sense!
There is no reason to discuss or cry or what ever. It will not help, because there is no Patch planned in the near future!
there is no patch coming, so play the game or leave the game.
NP, you´re welcome.
If you have any more questions, PM me (PM = personal message)
Lets go back to topic now
back to topic : you can write millions of balance posts, there wont be any patches. haha
wow that wierd!
seriously, i was always cool with relic. but this time it is to much.
FUCK YOU RELIC.
nothing against kyle or any employess but the fucking boss FUCK YOU
Please, teach us. Grace us with your knowledge.
thanks for patching the game with the community members.
Conscripts can have Molotov, AT Grenade, PPSH UPGRADE (!), URA!, and build sandbag cover, and nobody i crying. So whats the problem ?
whenver u want, i take volks over conscripts in the russian army
+1 for Hooligan's Pak43 play against Aimstrong
i think alot of people here don't realise how much effort you need to put to organize such a big tourney.
i personnaly want to thank A_E, Stormless and GB Holo, for doing that WITOUT getting payed.
I had alot of fun watching the best players playing the game i love. it was as much as fifa finals for me.
Relic seem to put the minimum effort on the game right now, IF people like the ones i named and the community balance team stop puting time in this game, what we got left?
So to the 1% that only seem getting fun by trying to spoils everthing, please stop.
A_E did some errors, like all of us do. BUT i seen him doing EVERTHING he can do make less errors the next time. What do you want more from him? stop being inmature and move on. Find solutions, and post em, AND like A_E did said, he want to get better rules etc.
For what it's worth:
I was rooting for VonIvan, but DevM played brilliantly and in the end I'm fairly confident he'd take the win and advance to the finals no matter what happened.
Using Formula 1 as an analogy:
If a driver's in the lead for 90% of the race, feeling confident, cruising to what's looking like a smooth victory but suddenly, his engine goes boom and the driver's forced to retire, what happens then?
Usually, the guy behind takes the win and, due to F1 regulations, the driver previously in front gets a grid penalty for having to swap engines in order to compete in the next race event.
Considering DevM as Lewis Hamilton here for a minute, he obliterated Von's trucks (FeelsQuiteBadMan), had Von on the backfoot and then all of a sudden bugsplatted.
No matter how much DevM was leading this game, he crashed and was unable to finish game 4. In line with a lot of other tournaments, the person who bugsplats after a set amount of time is given the loss because they're effectively unable to finish the game. This should be quite obvious.
Considering Von still had the VP lead when his opponent dropped, it's weird to see that DevM had no "grid penalty" against him.
I do however somewhat understand the decisionmaking process as it happened. There were 1600 people watching the GCS semi finals, arguably making it the biggest CoH2 event as of yet.
Both AE and Stormless were doing a tremendous job, maintaining their high standards regarding production & casting quality. When something as unexpected, unique and unprecedented as that happens, shit can and will hit the fan.
I'm 100% certain that, despite AE's "bias" towards DevM, he'd never, ever deliberatly make a decision that disadvantages one of the players in his tournaments. He holds sportmanship and fairness in the highest regard but he's only human and at that time, we have to understand that he might have been under a tremendous amount of pressure to both carry on with the stream as it was at the time without causing unnessesary delays and helping make a very important decision in a split second.
What's done's been done. As I said, despite really wanting VonIvan to win, I'm sure enough that DevM would've won the series eventually so I don't think that the decision that's been made would have had such an enormous impact.
If there's any future big tournaments however, I would urge the organisers to make the rules regarding busplats crystal clear so that there won't be a discussion of any kind.
Let's close this, let AE and VonIvan discuss this in person and resolve the matter.
When I was in Leicester last year, Stormless and AE were able to impress both their ESL hosts and the people from Sega that were present. Those guys never thought that such a relative old and unknown game could attract such a crowd and have such a dedicated scene and fanbase.
With an even bigger event coming up, it's time to show those guys again how we resolve conflicts and mishaps.
And plot twist, it's not by writing consipracy theories on a public forum...
To quote our immortal, beloved and slightly awkward former community manager Noun (praise be upon him)
"Let's all be awesome together"
only thing is : coh2 crash alot becouse it bad coded and not becouse of pc(cars) people use.
So if we use the F1 exemple : devm car had no trouble, it the The track of the f1 circuit had holes and damaged the car.
but devm should have restarted his pc after each game, and take a picture of bugslap.
With all respect, I hope you don't count me, Cruzzi, Tasinia and few other people who shown their views about the situation in a polite way as haters. I can say for myself and I think also many other posters in this thread, that whatever we said here was only aimed to make future tournaments even better than the one we are experiencing at the moment. Especially as improving rules of future tournaments is also big part of opening post.
I also hope that A_E, Stormless and all the other people that may have felt discouraged by this thread are not going to be. I'm a huge fan of A_E and even though he makes mistakes like every other human being, if I was to choose the person to organise another community founded tournament I would definitely choose him among all curent community members. There is nobody else as trustworthy and passionate about the game.