Parcimony Feb 1 @ 8:21am
Thanks to the team that carried me on my first game
I jumped in last night, not knowing anything about how to play this game, and I was not-surprisingly terrible. Cheers to the team mates who put up with me and carried me through the mission.
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BÖBOUDA Feb 1 @ 8:48am 
In L4D2 you'll find the worth ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥s as much as the best persons in the world ;)
[NAP] Let's get incapped Feb 1 @ 10:23am 
There's so many noobs now on every team that it's more tolerable to have a noob on your team.
BÖBOUDA Feb 1 @ 10:28am 
Well if its campaign its ok, they have to start somewhere ^^
Dr Chaos MK Feb 1 @ 11:33am 
Originally posted by Parcimony:
I jumped in last night, not knowing anything about how to play this game, and I was not-surprisingly terrible. Cheers to the team mates who put up with me and carried me through the mission.
Good to hear. If you meet them again after you learn more, then pay them back by playing well. Make sure you can save them from certain special infected WITHOUT them taking damage. Aim for the goal of cutting friendly fire down to 0. ect....
hi4s Feb 1 @ 11:49am 
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daniu -TLG- Feb 1 @ 1:30pm 
It's not a problem to carry people through maps... it's a problem if people don't let themselves get carried.
Parcimony Feb 1 @ 3:40pm 
Originally posted by daniu -TLG-:
It's not a problem to carry people through maps... it's a problem if people don't let themselves get carried.

I was horrible: couldn't help heal, didn't know about friendly fire, almost dead a million times. But these guys were troopers and drug my azz to the finish line.

I heard a lot of bad press about L4D2's community being high-strung, but these guys were patient as ♥♥♥♥.
[†]Munkee_King[†] Feb 1 @ 5:09pm 
Originally posted by Parcimony:
Originally posted by daniu -TLG-:
It's not a problem to carry people through maps... it's a problem if people don't let themselves get carried.

I was horrible: couldn't help heal, didn't know about friendly fire, almost dead a million times. But these guys were troopers and drug my azz to the finish line.

I heard a lot of bad press about L4D2's community being high-strung, but these guys were patient as ♥♥♥♥.

yeah. alot freak over mistakes. but if you are on normal, most the chill commuity is there.
in 1 game of versus mode, if someone joined, they would kick someone for their names, voice(if it was a kid), or even seemed new, they went through 4 people before they stopped.. was annoying, because me and my friends just wanted to play lol.
Jingler Cactus™ Feb 1 @ 7:32pm 
I'm ok with a noob or two, but if they decide to go on ahead alone, or stay behind, thats when I want to kill them. If they're with us when they die I don't care. Though its hard to tell if one is a troll.
emoduke101 Feb 2 @ 5:24am 
Originally posted by Captain Cactus™:
I'm ok with a noob or two, but if they decide to go on ahead alone, or stay behind, thats when I want to kill them. If they're with us when they die I don't care. Though its hard to tell if one is a troll.

I played 'Parish' last week and all I got were pure noobs! OK, one of them actually TRIED to improve himself, although he set off alarms after I specifically told him to FOLLOW ME at the carpark so that we didn't have to summon hordes. He was skills as much as Parcimony; didn't even finish a campaign & he was on Normal with me.

He left at the bridge. Then, this Muslim guy came in and slowed us down by always falling off the edge! I told the other guys to rush but they didn't and I sacrificed myself consistently. I RQ after a few rounds there. THAT is my latest run-in with noobs/newbies.
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