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#1 Silonolm

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Posted 23 August 2017 - 08:17 AM

I find myself in the odd position where I have about one hundred and ten hours under my belt as a medic main and feel as though I've at least gotten a firm a grip as any on the basic, core fundamentals of medic, and I'd like to get into something rather like competitive. I want to get into Highlander some day, so I went looking at TF2center, but then I realized it took three hundred hours to get in - no bueno, really, so now I'm just stuck, since I can't play so often as to simply achieve that staggeringly high amount, considering how long it took me to get to one hundred hours!

 

So, I now installed an idler so that I don't have to actually play for three hundred hours. Hopefully it'll go by soon, so that I can actually get into some sort of competitive style of gameplay.

 

Also I'm twelve, so even if I do it'll be awkward!

 

tl;dr oh boy it'll be some time in the idle mills


Also, by install an idler, I mean one of those idlers that simply starts TF and manages it so it doesn't eat up your computer, not the old school item kind (which aren't allowed~)



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Posted 23 August 2017 - 11:41 PM

Just letting you know we increased it to 500 the other day. I would use this time by continuing to improve. Pubbing and competitive are two different things, I don't think you can grip all core fundamentals on 100 hours.






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