i play wood league Feb 1 @ 2:23pm
where do i train?
i wanna try training classes i play but there seems to be no good place for newcomers ;_; Im thinking about entering comp but i wanna atleast be good so ive been trying mge... but that hasnt worked out that well, because i literally just get rolled everytime. so... where should i go?
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Tf2lobby has a relatively low skill level as long as you know the basics of what you should do. Mge, even if you get rolled a lot right now, is still good for training and give it a while and you won't be getting beaten nearly as much. There's some semi-competitive servers out there too, often with competitive players just messing around.
Baseball Bibbins Feb 1 @ 2:33pm 
The bots are some good practice, scince they have the intelingence level of an unborn ant, you can practice your stratigies with no problem.
emugod Feb 1 @ 2:51pm 
just go to valve servers. don't worry about finding a skill level match, it will never be perfect. just keep trying your best. or try coaching.
The Mercenary Feb 1 @ 9:09pm 
i always found easy MvM was a good place for training when i first started sence the bots where at first the only things i could get kills on and there were not profetional saxtons own 2007 grizzeled vetrains gibbing me to peaces their every five seconds
Sassy Sphynx Cat-God Feb 1 @ 9:23pm 
I began when the Backburner gave additional HP; so there wasn't much to take in when I started. All I can say is stay in Valve servers, try all the classes and learn basic mechanics. Pick which class you like the most, stick with him for a bit so you have someone you're decent with. After that expand your classes. The worst thing you can do is main and stay as ONE class! The more versatile you are, the more likely you can have a good team composition.
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Originally posted by Spøøky Donatello:
All I can say is stay in Valve servers, try all the classes and learn basic mechanics.
I'd assume that someone thinking about entering comp would already have that :/

Originally posted by Spøøky Donatello:
After that expand your classes. The worst thing you can do is main and stay as ONE class! The more versatile you are, the more likely you can have a good team composition.
I never really understood that whole logic. The best way to improve at tf2 is by playing tf2, even if it's the class you've always played you'll still be getting better in general and skills will transfer. Besides, it's not a bad idea at all to main a class if you're going to be in competitive, you're going to be playing solely as that class where there's the highest skill requirements so you may as well just play that class as much as you can to be more prepared.
Aaron Rodgers Feb 1 @ 9:35pm 
Best way to learn is from the best. Trial by fire. Just go play.
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