Dr Chaos MK Aug 31 @ 9:19am
I was part of a campaign game that hit a all time high of 11 !
http://steamcommunity.com/app/550/discussions/0/35221031677320058/

So I thought 7 people quitting in a single campaign game was bad enough. But I JUST hit ( not 10 ) 11 different people. Good times L4D community. I know these 11 wimps I will show no respect if they join games I am in down the line
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cease Aug 31 @ 9:22am 
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Originally posted by Dr Chaos MK:
http://steamcommunity.com/app/550/discussions/0/35221031677320058/

So I thought 7 people quitting in a single campaign game was bad enough. But I JUST hit ( not 10 ) 11 different people. Good times L4D community. I know these 11 wimps I will show no respect if they join games I am in down the line

OMG you must be bad to play with ;-)
Dr Chaos MK Aug 31 @ 9:32am 
Originally posted by cease:
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Originally posted by Dr Chaos MK:
http://steamcommunity.com/app/550/discussions/0/35221031677320058/

So I thought 7 people quitting in a single campaign game was bad enough. But I JUST hit ( not 10 ) 11 different people. Good times L4D community. I know these 11 wimps I will show no respect if they join games I am in down the line

OMG you must be bad to play with ;-)
But I did not do anything mean and / or malicious to ANYONE. They all quit on there own. They did not grief / troll the game. They just quit. All of them were caught by special infected. And they quit right after that happened.
cease Aug 31 @ 11:26am 
You rush. I would have left too.
HK-47 Aug 31 @ 12:15pm 
Private profile, Steam Level 0, no avatar -> instant quit recipe. Just sayin'

Also, all of them caught by special? And you did not help?
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Dr Chaos MK Aug 31 @ 1:54pm 
Originally posted by cease:
You rush. I would have left too.
If a person left right away after I told them I was rushing, then that is fine by me. He / she did not want to rush, I respect that. It's when I tell people I am rushing & they choose to stay. They know full well what is happening & then they quit when something bad happens. THAT is pathetic.

Originally posted by HK-47:
Private profile, Steam Level 0, no avatar -> instant quit recipe. Just sayin'

Also, all of them caught by special? And you did not help?
* sigh *. I guess I will open my profile again just for arguement sake. I have a 100% success rate for campaign. I don't quit games. Even when things go bad.

And if you are so sensitive that you would quit JUST by looking at someones profile, well that makes you a weak player. Does it not?
So Many Watermelons Aug 31 @ 2:02pm 
Wow you are a horrible player. Campaign stats don't mean ♥♥♥♥. But you have 11 versus games, completed only 9, and lost 4 of them. Also you're apparently a rusher. Would kick on sight/10.
Dr Chaos MK Aug 31 @ 3:14pm 
Originally posted by A Plethora of Watermelons:
Wow you are a horrible player. Campaign stats don't mean ♥♥♥♥. But you have 11 versus games, completed only 9, and lost 4 of them. Also you're apparently a rusher. Would kick on sight/10.
I cannot wait. Try to kick me from games if you see me in one. Because the reasons you said, I doubt even a random person would agree to the kick. But like I said, you are welcome to try.
Thanks for all the fish... Aug 31 @ 6:43pm 
I've had 41 rage quits in versus and it didn't even cross my mind to announce the fact to the rest of the L4D2 population. To paraphrase the game itself, what are you trying to prove? 0.0

*shrugs*

Anyhow... I always, always try my very best to prevent injury or death of a team mate by meleeing or shooting or bombing and burning the ♥♥♥♥ out of commons/SIs trying to kill them.

P*ssies on the other hand, who misinterpret or hide under the cloak of an often abused “save yourself first” or "survival of the fittest" adage often run away or hide in the far corner or a tiny room without LoS. In all likelihood, waiting for their mates to die so they can nick an extra first aid kit/pills/adrenaline off the dead bodies or in the saferoom. (Note: Beware these players normally RUN AWAY during tank fights as well—where's the fun in running away from a fight? Kudos to Restless btw for enlightening me on how to manage tank fights.)

Imo strong players look at damage in terms of the entire team, they think of health in terms of the collective. If you ever hope to be trusted and recognized as a worthy team mate/player never ever pull a ♥♥♥♥♥ by running away. It's unfortunate that I’ve seen too many veterans (ranging from 1000-4000 hours experience) remain at this stage. They are capable of self-preservation but too short-sighted to progress beyond and actually protect weaker comrades.

This need to protect your mates will become very clear and apparent in versus.

Think about it: 1 dead survivor = 75% probability of survival and 2 dead survivors = 50% probability of survival. Tack on the lack of rescue closets on Realism mode and bringing this nasty habit from Expert Campaign to Expert Realism or Versus will guarantee you remain mediocre at best and terrible at worst when transitioning from one mode to another. I recommend OP lose the ego and challenge himself as a veteran by carrying weaker players.

2 cents worth!
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Thanks for all the fish... Aug 31 @ 6:49pm 
Originally posted by A Plethora of Watermelons:
Wow you are a horrible player. Campaign stats don't mean ♥♥♥♥. But you have 11 versus games, completed only 9, and lost 4 of them. Also you're apparently a rusher. Would kick on sight/10.
What I'm about to say is probably irrelevant but OP sounds like the very type who will get sniped at the back or gunned down while running to the chopper in full health by other veterans.

I've witnessed those patient enough to seek poetic justice at the end of a map against uncooperative rushers / self-proclaimed pros. Good times.
Last edited by Thanks for all the fish...; Aug 31 @ 6:50pm
Dr Chaos MK Aug 31 @ 7:14pm 
Originally posted by quantic°F:
I've had 41 rage quits in versus and it didn't even cross my mind to announce the fact to the rest of the L4D2 population. To paraphrase the game itself, what are you trying to prove? 0.0

*shrugs*

Anyhow... I always, always try my very best to prevent injury or death of a team mate by meleeing or shooting or bombing and burning the ♥♥♥♥ out of commons/SIs trying to kill them.

P*ssies on the other hand, who misinterpret or hide under the cloak of an often abused “save yourself first” or "survival of the fittest" adage often run away or hide in the far corner or a tiny room without LoS. In all likelihood, waiting for their mates to die so they can nick an extra first aid kit/pills/adrenaline off the dead bodies or in the saferoom. (Note: Beware these players normally RUN AWAY during tank fights as well—where's the fun in running away from a fight? lol...)

Imo strong players look at damage in terms of the entire team, they think of health in terms the collective. If you ever hope to be trusted and recognized as a worthy team mate/player never ever pull a ♥♥♥♥♥ by running away. It's unfortunate that I’ve seen too many veterans (ranging from 1000-4000 hours experience) remain at this stage. They are capable of self-preservation but too short-sighted to progress beyond and actually protect weaker comrades.

This need to protect your mates will become very clear and apparent in versus.

Think about it: 1 dead survivor = 75% probability of survival and 2 dead survivors = 50% probability of survival. Tack on the lack of rescue closets on Realism mode and bringing this nasty habit from Expert Campaign to Expert Realism or Versus will guarantee you remain mediocre at best and terrible at worst when transitioning from one mode to another. I recommend OP lose the ego and challenge himself as a veteran by carrying weaker players.

2 cents worth!
11 different rage quits says a LOT actually. Seriously, there should be a system in place like CS:GO that punishes quitting. It hurts the remaining human players when someone quits.

I do my best to help other human players. But when they refuse to listen or try to survive, I give up on them. My patience is not unlimited. Nor should a human being expect to have infinite patience.

Your percent showing survival is pretty decent. Too bad it does NOT reflect actual campaign play. Like I have said in many other threads, I have 2 manned campaigns with another player when the other 2 were too arrogant to even listen to anyone else. It is really pathetic to see people think they have a good tactic, only to have it fail. Then when it goes bad for them, they quit.

I have carried weak players enough times already thank you very much. Had enough of it as well. I just play the game when I play. No need to think about needless philosophies. I used to think about a lot more things to help out in L4D 2. But when the returns did not show, I decided to give up on it. So I keep things simple now. I enjoyed L4D 2 more when I started to relax more & just play.

Originally posted by quantic°F:
Originally posted by A Plethora of Watermelons:
Wow you are a horrible player. Campaign stats don't mean ♥♥♥♥. But you have 11 versus games, completed only 9, and lost 4 of them. Also you're apparently a rusher. Would kick on sight/10.
What I'm about to say is probably irrelevant but OP sounds like the very type who will get sniped at the back or gunned down while running to the chopper in full health by other veterans.

I've witnessed those patient enough to seek poetic justice at the end of a map against uncooperative rushers / self-proclaimed pros. Good times.
Thanks for being obvious. I will definately watch out for you in public campaign games. You think griefing / trolling is the answer. Well let me tell you. IT NEVER IS ! You try shooting me, I will shoot back.

And I have also witnessed arrogant people like you get caught & left behind when a special infected grabs someone. Think I will rescue you. Not with that attitude I won't. Good times. See you around.
Thanks for all the fish... Aug 31 @ 8:04pm 
Oh, puh-leeze.

The natives here will use an expression known as "C'mon lah." How far down the deep end of that tiny well do you have to be, hopping around like a frog to believe that 11 rage quits when running expert campaign maps in publand is actually UNcommon? Who are you trying to fool here? Newbies?

How did you learn of my survival percentages anyway? They are nothing worth mentioning about but do make you seem like one of those curious stat-♥♥♥♥♥s in need of facts and figures. Is my profile open for scrutiny? Too bad it does not reflect actual campaign play? Oh really?

In case you failed to notice, the irony and hypocrisy in this thread is so staggering it's just too sad that you can't even detect it—you appeal to correlation with your 100% success rate in #5, YET dismiss success rate as evidence of "actual campaign play" in #10. Again, who are you trying to fool here? =D Your deluded self or random strangers on the www?

A lot of assumptions there btw about what constitutes "good campaign play". You sure you're not making an ♥♥♥ out of you and umption? If you think 100% survivals are something to brag about, you're seriously scraping the bottom of the barrel my friend.

I'm being obvious? Who said anything about shooting others in the back and trolling? What on earth happened to you in high school? What is wrong with your reading comprehension skill? I said I've WITNESSED veterans exacting poetic justice on uncooperative rushers and bad team mates when they least expect it, not COMMITTED the actual deed itself. Then again the rules of average intellect in #1 seem to have done a decent imitation of frogs in a tiny well to begin with. Of course you've witnessed many players caught by SIs and abandoned at the back by team mates. Why wouldn't you? =D Isn't that the whole premise of your sob story in the first place?

I'm pointing out the fact that you have YET to encounter the very type of veterans capable of circumventing the NEED FOR DEMOCRATIC KICK VOTES against awful team mates and paying back on their own terms. Then again I'm not the one turning up on the Net with this "woe is me, why 11 rage quits?" dramatic sob story.

You keep things simple? Don't use terms you know nothing about. Between this thread and numerous other classics, you're a nobody who loves making up fantasies and then praying that someone on the forum is ignorant enough to believe you. I’ll put it into accurate perspective. You created a thread, you saw that nobody was around to keep you honest, and you got up to your old ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ tricks again to see what you could get away with. Please don’t try to spin it into a public-service martyrdom story about the ills of rage quitting because that’s just plain sickening. Just admit this thread is another one those boastful classics and call it a day.
Dr Chaos MK Aug 31 @ 8:21pm 
Originally posted by quantic°F:
Oh, puh-leeze.

The natives here will use an expression known as "C'mon lah." How far down the deep end of that tiny well do you have to be, hopping around like a frog to believe that 11 rage quits when running expert campaign maps in publand is actually UNcommon? Who are you trying to fool here? Newbies?

How did you learn of my survival percentages anyway? They are nothing worth mentioning about but do make you seem like one of those curious stat-♥♥♥♥♥s in need of facts and figures. Is my profile open for scrutiny? Too bad it does not reflect actual campaign play? Oh really?

In case you failed to notice, the irony and hypocrisy in this thread is so staggering it's just too sad that you can't even detect it—you appeal to correlation with your 100% success rate in #5, YET dismiss success rate as evidence of "actual campaign play" in #10. Again, who are you trying to fool here? =D Your deluded self or random strangers on the www?

A lot of assumptions there btw about what constitutes "good campaign play". You sure you're not making an ♥♥♥ out of you and umption? If you think 100% survivals are something to brag about, you're seriously scraping the bottom of the barrel my friend.

I'm being obvious? Who said anything about shooting others in the back and trolling? What on earth happened to you in high school? What is wrong with your reading comprehension skill? I said I've WITNESSED veterans exacting poetic justice on uncooperative rushers and bad team mates when they least expect it, not COMMITTED the actual deed itself. Then again the rules of average intellect in #1 seem to have done a decent imitation of frogs in a tiny well to begin with. Of course you've witnessed many players caught by SIs and abandoned at the back by team mates. Why wouldn't you? =D Isn't that the whole premise of your sob story in the first place?

I'm pointing out the fact that you have YET to encounter the very type of veterans capable of circumventing the NEED FOR DEMOCRATIC KICK VOTES against awful team mates and paying back on their own terms. Then again I'm not the one turning up on the Net with this "woe is me, why 11 rage quits?" dramatic sob story.

You keep things simple? Don't use terms you know nothing about. Between this thread and numerous other classics, you're a nobody who loves making up fantasies and then praying that someone on the forum is ignorant enough to believe you. I’ll put it into accurate perspective. You created a thread, you saw that nobody was around to keep you honest, and you got up to your old ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ tricks again to see what you could get away with. Please don’t try to spin it into a public-service martyrdom story about the ills of rage quitting because that’s just plain sickening. Just admit this thread is another one those boastful classics and call it a day.
Wow. SOMEONE is sure spouting hot air on this thread.

With name & shaming not allowed on this forum, I cannot post 11 peoples profiles. If it was allowed, I would. To show how pathetic that No Mercy game I was part of really was. If you don't like what you see here, then leave. No one has a gun to your head. No one is forcing you to read it. This is not a so called " service " announcement. It's just what I experienced in a public campaign game.

People have tried to vote kick me from public campaign games. But most of the votes faild. Why? Cause people knew what I was doing is NOT wrong. Sure there were the occasional bad votes & I was kicked out. But you know what I did. Forgive & forget. I moved on.

You made referance to griefing / trolling by saying " OP sounds like the very type who will get sniped at the back or gunned down while running to the chopper in full health by other veterans. " If THAT is NOT a referance to " shooting " teammates, then what is?

Thanks for all the fish... Aug 31 @ 8:39pm 
Oh dear–could you please at least learn to speak, spell and read basic English with the mechanics of L4D2's Expert play in mind?

When a sniper rifle does 90hp damage on expert and you're in the thick of a finale about to board the boat or chopper, you will "shoot back if you're being shot at"? How? By helplessly firing at the shooter with a magnum while incapacitated on the ground? Or exacting revenge In the next game?

Why should I leave when you won't stop screwing yourself over with your own words and providing entertainment here on the forum? =D Very well then. Tbh I don't care about the crap you write anyway.

PS: But honestly you're well-served to keep that style of poetic justice in mind the next time you "educate" random pubs on the One True Way to run maps in expert mode. I've seen it happen to a player hosting the server on local (thereby circumventing kick votes). When the guy went down, the shooter (a normally nice and helpful veteran and regarded "pro" in both L4D1 and 2) said this to him, "For all your education to the 3 of us on how to play expert, you didn't teach me what not to do with friendly fire."

Ouch.
THE TACO LORD Aug 31 @ 8:46pm 
I actually like rushers 0.0 The specials usally take care of em, thats why i like em'
Dr Chaos MK Aug 31 @ 9:19pm 
Originally posted by quantic°F:
Oh dear–could you please at least learn to speak, spell and read basic English with the mechanics of L4D2's Expert play in mind?

When a sniper rifle does 90hp damage on expert and you're in the thick of a finale about to board the boat or chopper, you will "shoot back if you're being shot at"? How? By helplessly firing at the shooter with a magnum while incapacitated on the ground? Or exacting revenge In the next game?

Why should I leave when you won't stop screwing yourself over with your own words and providing entertainment here on the forum? =D Very well then. Tbh I don't care about the crap you write anyway.

PS: But honestly you're well-served to keep that style of poetic justice in mind the next time you "educate" random pubs on the One True Way to run maps in expert mode. I've seen it happen to a player hosting the server on local (thereby circumventing kick votes). When the guy went down, the shooter (a normally nice and helpful veteran and regarded "pro" in both L4D1 and 2) said this to him, "For all your education to the 3 of us on how to play expert, you didn't teach me what not to do with friendly fire."

Ouch.
Well you won't see me in public Expert games. I have enough common sense to stay away from that. I got the Expert achievements anyways. No need for me to play anymore Expert. Unless a friend wants to go for them.

Well if you did not care what I said on this forum, then why did you come here many times to say all that wall of crap? You obviously have a problem with me. For whatever reason it is then get over it. If I did anything wrong then report me to Valve then. Otherwise, do us all a favor & please S.T.F.U.

My way of playing served us all well when we completed Expert. So yes, I do know my way around campaign. On normal... Advanced.. ect.... I just find it pathetic to see quitters get away with it because Valve does not punish the behaviour. Thus this thread & what I have to say about it. Again if you don't like the thread, please leave.
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