New Players and Mentors

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Dävid
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Mentoring

Postby Dävid » Wed Jan 16, 2013 10:28 pm

Nice to see this working out. Great stuff Laika...I doubt there are many more adept players to learn from!

Im usually around once a day around midday GMT so if you need any tips on the "basics" Im also willing to help.

All the Best,
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Postby Ghost Division » Wed Jan 16, 2013 10:39 pm

Hi, i know the basics i've been playing for some time as demo evaluating if i shoud buy the game and on this period of time i learned some things :roll: thank you for the initiative :D
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Postby Siсiliаn Ноundd » Wed Jan 16, 2013 10:42 pm

I have been for about a year now, getting noobs the basic skills to play and more, like micro managing/syncing silos. You know your bread and butter. (But not not diplomacy skills)
:lol:

Only because I know for a fact noobs are defcon future.
-SH
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Postby Ghost Division » Wed Jan 16, 2013 10:58 pm

Still waiting for Laika's response cuz he asked if i got steam :)
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Re: MENTOR BADGES

Postby TOM BUSCH-US » Mon Feb 04, 2013 11:27 am

Little worm wrote:
Dävid wrote:Schub...

I think its wise to consider a few things for mentors.

1. Skill (thats TOM out ;-)
2. Experience (thats Korean out ;-)
3. Availability (thats Zo out :-/
4. Friendliness (thats Ryan out :->

It's all very interesting,but..stop..who said that u got more skills than Tom now?)
Tom has a lot of free time,experience,now he improved a lot+ he is friendly.
So if he wants to teach,let him.
P.s I know u a lot and i can say,that u are not the nicest guy to deal with+no super skills.
So let Korean and Tom help others if they want,don't be judge,u can't afford to be it.
Thank You Little worm for backing me up.
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Re: TOM

Postby TOM BUSCH-US » Mon Feb 04, 2013 11:32 am

Dävid wrote:lol...

...I love the games with TOM; hes got balls!
lol Damn right I play for fun! Seem to remember beating you once or twice as well! I can play slower too but faster to me is more thrilling and isn't that why we play for entertainment?
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Postby Colytic » Thu Feb 21, 2013 4:39 pm

Fantastic to see this game's community is still going.

I've had the game a few years but yesterday played my first game in two years (and screwed up, ha); what little knowledge I had I've kind of forgotten as I never really played very much (I never really stuck with one nickname either), so I have a lot of catching up to do. I'm hoping a more experienced player will be willing to play with me a little - I'm generally free on weekends but I have a lot of work at the moment.
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Postby thesonarchicken » Tue Feb 26, 2013 4:23 pm

Hmmm I wouldn't mind learning from someone but I'm from Singapore and timezones are annoying(GMT+ 8 ). Also, not sure when I'm always free. :(

Also, this is probably my first air-combat strategy game.

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