nukecola Dec 14, 2012 @ 2:08am
good game but hard to begin
i buy this 1 month ago,after i know how to play and try the multiplayer,i think it is one of the best rts game i played
but some ♥♥♥♥ers like kick low level players,i sometimes was kicked by some 40~50lev players,now i know it is a serious problem,my friends say the same thing to me
these just arrogant guys like half bottle of water
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warrio5 Dec 14, 2012 @ 2:30am 
Well, the thing is that it's not because the high lvl players are arrogants, but the difference between inexperience players and an experienced one are totally different, and really, it is frustrated to see 1 of the teammates doing something clueless and made u lost the battle. Beside, inexperience players tend to "play it safe" by spamming artillery units to attack from far away, but that not going to help and it also runining the match. What i would suggest, as any one else would, is that you should made rooms like "noobs only" or "low lvl players only" to gain more experience by going against easier opponents.
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nukecola Dec 14, 2012 @ 2:45am 
thanks for ur suggest,i know that but kick players is not a corrcect way to solve it ,at least u should say it and then kick,these players only aboout 3% but ruin the game sometimes.really worry about the new players after the chrismas sales.every one has a start
Platypus540 Dec 15, 2012 @ 2:17pm 
If you can, try and convince your friends to get this game, then play with them so you can figure out what you're doing without any pressure.

Also try to join/make rooms for "noobs only" or "low-level only" players.
skyray_us Dec 20, 2012 @ 12:08pm 
Making rooms for noobs only or making rooms by player level groupings sounds like an excellent idea. I just got the game and have only been playing for a few hours but I've been watching replays and learning some tactics for months now. How would I go about "making a room" or rooms for new and/or low level players?
Some drawbacks with this idea are that it's a slower and more difficult to learn from players who can't show you better tactics. Most likely, you'll just see other people's bad mistakes and think they're good tactics only because they got lucky and it worked. Another is what happened with the OP. [31]zz seems to be feeling some resentment because the better players (who were new once themselves) are acting kind of 'elitist'. It's also rude to kick a player and not even bother telling them why. Lastly, teams and clans are missing out on opportunities to see whom the better noobs are, give them some pointers, gain a new recruit or even make a new gaming friend.
That said, I'd still like to know how to make these kind of rooms for the good purposes they would serve if someone can explain how it's done?
skyray_us Dec 20, 2012 @ 12:12pm 
As a second thought, is there a way yo create rooms according to deck value? That way, people with similar limits on force selection also will meet equivalents instead of a new player with only a few unit types meeting someone with a deck they've spent 2-3 times as many command stars developing.
Chimpyang Dec 20, 2012 @ 12:15pm 
Nope - your best bet it to play within a certain level bracket - 1-6 for beginners, 6-20 for a person wit ha reasonable deck on one side. 20-40 for a good deck on both sides. 40+ is just experience.
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Zhang Xin Dec 23, 2012 @ 7:15pm 
There should be a level limit for a room
jodellofcourt Dec 24, 2012 @ 3:30pm 
Hello,I'd definitely be interested in playing w/some lower level players as I'm only a12 myself and need alot of practice. Been blow away by "elitists" myself, like a five minute game! Also been kicked but can understand that the xp player wont have fun,theres no challenge. I'll check out some noob games if someone sets them up. Peace to all.
nukecola Dec 24, 2012 @ 11:24pm 
for now i am over lev 30,i know how to play it well and i never kick low level players,i know someone dont know how to play it well,but i can teach them anyway,like this game,i welcome almost all except only a few dirty mouth players and the players want me kick low low level and abuse them(almost never met yet
Originally posted by Zhang Xin:
There should be a level limit for a room


Originally posted by jodellofcourt:
Hello,I'd definitely be interested in playing w/some lower level players as I'm only a12 myself and need alot of practice. Been blow away by "elitists" myself, like a five minute game! Also been kicked but can understand that the xp player wont have fun,theres no challenge. I'll check out some noob games if someone sets them up. Peace to all.
skyray_us Dec 24, 2012 @ 11:31pm 
Hi Nuke cola: ( I loved Fallout 3 btw.) Yes, you can add me in cause I'd get better as long as I saw better. I'm level 1 so be warned: I'm no real challenge for you! However, if I learn well, one day I might be a good team mate lol.
nukecola Dec 25, 2012 @ 4:49pm 
thanks,if u like to play with me,it will be a pleasure
Originally posted by skyray_us:
Hi Nuke cola: ( I loved Fallout 3 btw.) Yes, you can add me in cause I'd get better as long as I saw better. I'm level 1 so be warned: I'm no real challenge for you! However, if I learn well, one day I might be a good team mate lol.
2Dogs1Carpet Dec 25, 2012 @ 9:11pm 
Kicking inexperienced players is something a lot of multiplayer games suffer from. The reason game designers put the kick feature in is to get rid of the griefers- players that deliberately try to ruin the fun for everyone else. When you kick someone just because they're inexperienced, it says something about your level of tolerance and maturity, and it doesn't do the game's community any favors either.
Chris Dec 26, 2012 @ 4:12am 
Originally posted by 2Dogs1Carpet:
Kicking inexperienced players is something a lot of multiplayer games suffer from. The reason game designers put the kick feature in is to get rid of the griefers- players that deliberately try to ruin the fun for everyone else. When you kick someone just because they're inexperienced, it says something about your level of tolerance and maturity, and it doesn't do the game's community any favors either.

My friends and I do kick lower levels, but we try to let them know why. It has nothing to do with tolerance or maturity. A game with people who have been playing competitively for a long time facing off against new players who haven't even unlocked the necessary units is not going to be that interesting for either side. '

My recommendation is to create low level lobbies until you are 25+, and then you should have enough units to start learning from the more experienced players. Occasionally you will get games against 100s, and that is fine too! If you want to learn a lot against experienced players without dragging a team down, try 1v1 ranked and then analyze your replay.
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2Dogs1Carpet Dec 26, 2012 @ 8:51am 
I haven't tried the MP in this game yet, but I have been on the receiving end of being kicked due to inexperience in other games. I can tell you that being on the receiving end, it comes across as high-handed and snotty.
I guess I don't understand the psychology of people that are so highly competetive.
Chris Dec 26, 2012 @ 9:00am 
Originally posted by 2Dogs1Carpet:
I haven't tried the MP in this game yet, but I have been on the receiving end of being kicked due to inexperience in other games. I can tell you that being on the receiving end, it comes across as high-handed and snotty.
I guess I don't understand the psychology of people that are so highly competetive.

I can only speak for myself, and when I kick people it is not that I see low-levels as inferior or worthless. I am simply looking for a good game, and truthfully if they have not played the game enough they are very likely to get steamrolled. It's not fun for either side. My friends and I do give everyone a chance once in a while, so long as they are all willing. Most people ask for 'even teams' or ask us to wait for some higher levels for their team so that it is on paper a fair match.

On the other hand, when I just go cruising for a game on my own, I tend to hop in with low levels and am happy to give advice. Biggest problem is when people don't communicate.

Like I said, I try to let people know why I kick and recommend that they should make a low level lobby. I understand the situation of those who have a hard time finding a game, but there are some pretty simple solutions. Keep in mind that we 'scary high levels' also get kicked from the lower level games!
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