was wondering why ppd had a small twitch audience...
... And I found out pretty fast. In a game he was playing carry and losing, he flamed his team so viciously it was uncomfortable to watch. Invoker, in his team, made one bad play and he came upon him so hard, I don't understand how the kid did not just leave. Then he proceeded to play out of his mind, making play after play, and ppd never cared to say anything about that.
At some point, ppd got picked off right in the middle of the map, all by himself, with no vision and no allies close by and I decided to call him out on that on the chat and, voi-la, I got banned for life from the chat. Then, I hit the un-follow button. Good luck getting new viewers, you little baby.
Hard to buy the whole bs story that you had finally changed your ways. Choose to continue to treat people like this and pretend not to care what people think, and I guarantee you karma will bite you in the ass.
watches the salt king
gets surprised by all the salt he spews
You guys are weird
I love how hesitant he was to be honest. You could almost see his emotions with his mouse LMAO
Popular Items are now generated automatically per hero based on the top 12 items from players with 5k mmr and above from the most recent two weeks of games
whoa. thats actually really innovative. kewl touch Valvo
Game winning TP cancel.
The fact that I thought this was real for a moment is slightly concerning.
Damn, apperently I underestimated the AoE of BH.
People who don't pick should abandon instead of randoming.
I've had multiple games now where people will wait out the entire hero pick phase, then lose gold for 30 seconds, just so they can random a hero without being counterpicked. I think that people who do this should be assessed with an abandon.
The last second random almost always ruins the team composition, which was the entire reason the ability to random in the last ten seconds was removed.
There comes a point where the game comes second
"Welcome to the force, you suck. "