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LordOfHorns
Twitch ID: lordofhorn5
Country: United States
Signed Up: August 27, 2017
Last Posted: April 21, 2018 at 3:05 PM
Posts: 713 (3 per day)
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Yo Dallas, sign me for genji. I don’t play on PC, but I can probably charge a dragonblade in less than 3 minutes

posted 1 day ago

(I don’t have semmler, I think he’s pretty good)

posted 2 days ago

In time, yes. Will he need adjustment time with the team? probably

posted 3 days ago

I thought it was really strange how VAL only played dive. They didn’t even try Fate on Rein and Agilities on the hog. Even when it clearly wasn’t working, like in junkertown and Anubis

posted 3 days ago

Gladiators should have been able to win the game. Valiant played very poorly on every map except numbani

posted 3 days ago

That last fight on Numbani was the most intense moment ive ever seen

posted 4 days ago

This should be a great match. The gladiators are looking fierce, but the Valiant are on a nutty hot streak.

I got a very close LAV 3-1 LAG

posted 5 days ago

PEOPLE WHO FOLLOW THE KOREA SCENE: how good is this guy?

posted 6 days ago

If you mean they want to win, then yeah. Otherwise this is just a bad comment

posted 1 week ago

!tmobilemvp xQc

posted 1 week ago

Hello! And welcome to the greatest and worst community in games.

First off, basics: Overwatch is a team based hero-shooter. The game revolves around one group of players trying to complete certain tasks, and another trying to stop the enemy to complete those tasks.

There are 4 modes

Capture the objective (also knows as “2CP”): one team tries to get on an objective point, if the attacking team gets both points, the round ends, you capture a point by standing on the glowing square uncontested for about 10 seconds

Payload: one team stands around the payload. Being on, or just around the payload “pushes” it down a lane. There are 3 checkpoints that changes what room you and the opponent spawns in.

Control: this is similar to King of the Hill. Both teams fight to establish control over a single spot on the map. First team to get 100 on the control meter wins the round. It’s best of 3 rounds

Hybrid. This map type has you capture and objective, then push a payload the rest of the map

Now: tips. The best, and most simple team composition is called 2-2-2. As in 2 DPS (attack/defense) 2 tanks, and 2 healers. This is standard, and while there are some variations, this is what you will mostly be using.

A good tip to give is LEARN EACH MAP. Seriously. Learn what heroes are good on certain maps, and what heroes suck. For example: junkrat is fantastic at shooting enemies that have to come through choke points. Maps like Anubis, Kings row, Blizzard world are all great for him. Pharah revolves around using flight to gain a positional advantage. However on Gibraltar, there is a ceiling, meaning pharah is limited on how high she can go, thus making her less useful.

Some heroes are better than other heroes in duels. For example. Winston is a tank with 500 hp and a laser gun that does damage over time. His gun is short range, but has a leaping ability that makes him surprisingly agile, and can deploy a shield that blocks 600 damage, all while winston can still shoot. Genji is an attack hero with 200 hp, who’s main appeal is not the damage he can deal, but how quickly he can kill one, or multiple low health enemies with his agility. But he sucks ar killing tanks. He also has a deflect ability that makes fighting him difficult.
Winston’s gun cannot be deflected, winston can keep up with genji if he dashes away with his jump, and Winston has enough health that genji can’t swiftly kill him. There are many other situations where one hero is better at killing another. Swap heroes mid-game to play the hero that beat counters their composition

On YouTube you can find tons of guides on certain heroes and maps that I recommend you watch.

Before starting up competitive games, go to the training range and warm up. Trust me, it helps a ton

Finally, watch some OWL matches! See what the best in the world do, and WHY. For example, why does Agilities do that on genji. Why is pine positioned over there? Why is this player doing that on Tracer? Learn what to pros do, learn why, and replicate that in a game. Yes, of course they all have amazing aim, but learn where they position themselves, and learn why those spots allow them to make the most out of themselves

I hope this helps, but Overwatch is really a game where you have to figure out certain things for yourself. Best of luck!

posted 1 week ago

I really love seeing Taimou back in the lineup. I’ve missed him. Also OGE proving his worth, Mickie is suddenly making good plays again, Dallas is looking up

posted 1 week ago

OWL only punished him slightly. Giving him a one thousand dollar fine is nothing to scoff at, but nothing severe. Teams probably want to stay out of conflict, and to set a standard Philly took this minor offense and made it something more

posted 1 week ago

GrimReality. One of the best McCrees I’ve ever seen

posted 1 week ago

Wow, he was correct...

Not for the right team but still

posted 2 weeks ago

Does anyone have a clip of what he did?

posted 2 weeks ago

By the way, Agilities was 17-0 on Anubis

That’s unreal

posted 2 weeks ago

Seoul coach doing his best KyKy impression I see

posted 2 weeks ago

akm man, he's a fantastic widow. Effect has also been fantastic. Dallas looking very good

posted 2 weeks ago

really? Idk it looked pretty good to me

posted 2 weeks ago

Actual graphic design PogChamp

posted 2 weeks ago

"Dirty Meerkat Uncle Nox"

I think thats pretty appropriate

posted 2 weeks ago

Fine then

Effect, akm, Seagull, Mickie, Chips, and Unkoe. Dallas should still be able to win this

posted 2 weeks ago

"Must be under 14" Usually the other way around

posted 2 weeks ago

Zerg was very lackluster on junkertown. With the exception of the final push he really was not performing well

posted 2 weeks ago

I mean, there was also rumors that AKm has been grinding Genji, but... yeah

posted 2 weeks ago

Valiant throwing

posted 2 weeks ago

I like this idea. I don’t know what else to say about it

posted 2 weeks ago

Not a fan of this trade imo. As a valiant fan, I thought Unkoe was great. Although I won’t say it’s a terrible trade just yet

posted 2 weeks ago

I imagine it will be in the Anaheim convention center. The World Cup is hosted there, and it has enough capacity to fit the required amount of people

posted 2 weeks ago

THAT JEBAITED ME SO HARD

posted 3 weeks ago

Happy April Fools

posted 3 weeks ago

Yes but there is also the fact that La Valiant has also been practicing with Envy for months, and there is synergy between Fate and Envy that makes the Valiant have one of, if not the best tank duo in the league

posted 3 weeks ago

I mean yeah probably

posted 3 weeks ago

So that happened.

posted 3 weeks ago

I guess Tobi would work as a 7th player

posted 3 weeks ago

Add Agilities into that roster

posted 3 weeks ago

But not joemeister please

posted 3 weeks ago

Ana.

posted 3 weeks ago

Ryujehong isn’t one?

posted 3 weeks ago

Fleta
Fl0w3r
Fate
Zunba
Jjonak
Ryujehong

posted 3 weeks ago

Oh yes, Dreamkazper instead of Jake. My bad, I’ll edit that

posted 3 weeks ago

I would guess the USA lineup would be
Sinatraa, Dreamkazper, Muma, Coolmatt, Rawkus, Fahsix (or sleepy)

Canada should be
Agilities, Surefour, xQc, Note (there isn’t really another Canadian tank) , Roolf, Bani

posted 3 weeks ago

I wonder what South Korea is going to be this year...

posted 3 weeks ago

I don’t think Moon wants that to happen. He’s said it himself that Agilities has the highest potential of anyone on the team. I personally believe he could be the best player in the world in a year or so if he gets consistent

posted 3 weeks ago

That is Snillo’s 3rd map in the regular season btw.

posted 4 weeks ago
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