This is the place to be, for new and experienced players alike.
We strive to teach new players skills in Team Fortress 2. Experienced players can teach the new players the ropes in a controlled environment, of course they can also give each other tips to improve their play.
Besides that we just want to have fun, and give new players a warm welcome in TF2 regardless of their learning appetite.
So that students can better find you. All instructors are encouraged to post a comment on the TF2Lessons Instructor Directory thread: http://redd.it/o9sqg
Posting there is voluntary, but the threaded format there may make it easier for students and instructors to find each other. Information you should include on the directory:
* A link to your steam profile.
* Timezone and usual availability.
* What in the game are you comfortable teaching?
Students are encouraged to submit a self-post on http://reddit.com/r/tf2lessons when looking for help. Information you might include to help us serve you better.
* What do you want to learn?
* How much experience/playtime do you have?
* What timezone? When are you generally available?
* Do you have any particular struggles?
There is also an instructor/student pastebin combed from the comments, available here: http://pastebin.com/350LfnPV
Server IP addresses:
connect 18.104.22.168:27015 password headshot
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