Stylish Killer Mar 24, 2013 @ 5:04pm
Highly skilled L4D2 player here! Read details!
I am a L4D2 player with +600 hours of gaming, 63 out of 69 achievements done (that last number makes me think that Valve has a good sense of humor), and a willingness to play all game modes, all difficulties, with all skill level players.

My demands if you add me?
- Be communicative: as in, even if you don't use a microphone, try to use the fast chat you can use in the game, where you can select certain lines that the bots will speak out.
- Be friendly and polite, and certainly not an ♥♥♥. There are a lot of good players out there, some better than others, but I won't stand for those gamers who look down on others because they are good at this game; so, if the latter applies to you, don't bother adding me!
- I will never be on all the time, and even the times I am, I may not feel like going to L4D2, even if I am dangerously addicted to it... :P

What else can I say? Want a buddy to have fun, go achievement hunting, or take on a challenge with all seriousness, add me up. Hope to be gaming with you.

PS: If you are a newbie, or a player with few hours of experience, I will gladly help you pull through any challenge you want to do.
Last edited by Stylish Killer; Mar 24, 2013 @ 5:12pm
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3errick Mar 24, 2013 @ 11:59pm 
I feel that rock throws divided by versus games played is a slightly better indication of skill than achievements. It doesn't need to be too high, just not ridiculously low. It just shows that you know when to use a rock, and you can actually hit the survivors with your rock. Achievements is more for xbox players haha.
Lemmers Mar 25, 2013 @ 8:02am 
Originally posted by Merrick:
I feel that rock throws divided by versus games played is a slightly better indication of skill than achievements. It doesn't need to be too high, just not ridiculously low. It just shows that you know when to use a rock, and you can actually hit the survivors with your rock. Achievements is more for xbox players haha.

I thought I was the only person who used the tank rocks stat as an indicator for skill. Pretty much any tank I get now, I land at least one rock hit. Even if it's just to slow down a survivor a few feet away so I can move in while they stand up. Being able to control the tempo by landing rocks while hidden away on a roof is always a valued skill too.
Stylish Killer Mar 25, 2013 @ 6:52pm 
Originally posted by Merrick:
I feel that rock throws divided by versus games played is a slightly better indication of skill than achievements. It doesn't need to be too high, just not ridiculously low. It just shows that you know when to use a rock, and you can actually hit the survivors with your rock. Achievements is more for xbox players haha.
Well, rock hits is actually something I can pull off as well! xD
Just not every time I get a tank, sadly. But either way, I still believe I am an indicated player to help others. Let's not forget, by the way, that this game is also for fun. A lot of self entitled professional players out there forget to take this game as an enjoyment and ruin the fun for others.
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