Monday, November 20, 2017

Dota 2 - Invoker combos - Basic guide by Bamboochew

A detailed guide on basic Invoker combos, aimed at players from 1 - 5500+ mmr.

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Friday, November 17, 2017

League of Legends - How to Warwick Jungle in Preseason 8 by KingStix

How to Play Warwick Jungle Preseason 8, best runes, best jungle path, best Warwick NA. Warwick Jungle Commentary Guide

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Heroes of the Storm - Alexstrasza Patch Tier List by McIntyre

Updated my tierlist for this newest patch, this is a speculation list and will change by next week. If I feel like there is no change within the list I will go more indepth on why I think a hero is Tier 1(example Muradin). If you guys have any feedback please let me know in the comments below!

This list is solely for discussion and to help you have a starting point when selecting heroes in champion select.

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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

League of Legends - Katarina Season 8 Detailed Guide: NEW Runes Reforged Build & Items EXPLAINED by Alninio

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Monday, November 13, 2017

Black Desert Online - Horse Skill Training: Drift, Instant Accel, Sprint, Charge by Socka

Jump to the different skills by clicking the timestamps:
0:30 - Drift
1:31 - IA
2:23 - Sprint
3:13 - Charge (NEW LOCATION, CHECK THIS VIDEO FOR CHARGE/DASH) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gGkZ...

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BDO - Horse Skill Training: Drift, Instant Accel, Sprint, Charge


In this guide, I will show you the best and fastest ways to train these horse skills: Drift, Instant Accel, Sprint and Charge.
The locations in this video is all near/in heidel.

Some of these skills you need to have patience with at the beginning of training, using these methods, but very soon enough you will learn these tricks!

1. Find a spot, preferable lag-free area, works even towards a wall.
2. Rebind "W" into any other button you can easily spam with your other hand. (Mouse button is great)
3. Start Sprinting and hold down Shift+A+S together, now start spamming the button you rebinded from "W".

Instant Accel
1. Find a spot, preferable lag-free area, works even towards a wall.
2. Rebind "W" into any other button you can easily spam with your other hand. (Mouse button is great)
3. Start Sprinting and hold down Shift+A+S together, now start spamming the button you rebinded from "W", and then press "F" and hold it down. (Requires Drift to work)

1. Find a spot, preferable towards a wall with a object interrupting the hight of jump.
2. Start sprinting holding down Shift, now start jumping.

Note: If you have Streak Leap you must jump manually, because you need a gap between the jumps for this to work. If you do not have Streak Leap, just hold down Space.

Charge (NOT working with dummies anymore. Charge a friend in pvp instead)
1. Find the spot, go to heidels practice dummys and aim your horse between two dummys.
2. Hold down Charge keybinding.

Thanks for watching, and enjoy these quick skill learning methods of Drift, Instant Accel, Sprint and Charge!


Friday, November 10, 2017

League of Legends - The Best Runes For Season 8 - All Champions! by Goldenglue

League of Legends / LoL: Best Runes For Season 8 - All Champions! Hope you guys enjoy this guide for the new runes!
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Wednesday, November 8, 2017

The Above Average Players Guide to PUBG (Top 1% EU-Player) by Dodsmaskinen

There have been many guides here from players who are ranked #1 or are what I would consider insanely good. I thought that some tips from a player who is just above average might be helpful as a complement to those guides.

I’ve played PUBG for over 550 hours, I have over 60 wins in all game modes (mostly solo) and I am usually ranked around the top 1000 or top 1% players in EU. ( My stats: https://pubgtracker.com/profile/pc/Shamshir )

I’m 32 years old, which means I don’t have the astounding reflexes of some of you younger players and since I have a full time job it means I also don’t have as much time to play as some of the best players do.

A lot of you will be in my situation or something equal to it. You might play casually, but also want to win. So here’s my guide to being above average.

Flank, don’t tank – If you have the possibility to flank on an enemy then it’s almost always a better choice than staying put and hiding behind cover. A lot of players will pick the relative safety of ducking behind a rock over strategic movement but those players will most likely end up dead if the other players flank. Don’t be afraid to back out, run far and come around the side.

Get the most out of your time – If you only have an hour to play every day then that’s two rounds where you end up in the top 10 or 4-5 rounds where you die midgame. Before you start playing you should set a goal for those rounds (apart from winning). I usually practice something for 3-4 days. Say for instance that you want to get better at controlling recoil on the AKM. You should decide that for the next couple of rounds you will always pick up the AKM and always play on Full Auto. Having a clear goal helps with not only getting better at the game, but it will also make you feel like you’re making progress even if you don’t win.

Tactics are easier to emulate than mechanics – A lot of my friends who play the game watch pro players and then they try to emulate their playing style. Problem is that when you’re trying to emulate someone like Shroud you forget that he has 10+ years of pro CS-skills under his belt that help him with aim and movement. You can’t just emulate that, it takes years and years of practice. What you can do however is emulate tactics. Good positioning, decent spots to drop or how you best defend a house is something you can learn and practice right away after watching a pro do it on stream.

Take breaks – I have days where nothing works, I can go lots of rounds where my aim is off or I’m just having bad luck. Sometimes when you’re in that spot you just keep playing hoping that something will give, but from my experience it’s better to take a break and do something else for a while. Come back fresh later instead. Otherwise those bad rounds tend to add up and eventually you’ll get sick of the game. Or even worse, you’ll learn bad behavior that might ruin future games as well.

Use everything in your arsenal – I find that the average player tends to focus on one weapon and forget that they have a secondary weapon and grenades to their disposal as well. We’ve all been there, you finally get your M4 all decked out and you stick with it no matter what. But sometimes the S686 or the UMP even might get the job done better. I’m usually the one with a big stack of grenades that I never use. Well, use them! Use your secondary weapons, switch to them instead of reloading. And use your grenades. Use a smoke inside a building when attacking to disguise the sound of your steps or throw it at an enemy just to confuse them.

Drop at the same spot over and over again – I wanted to practice peeking corners and dealing with several enemies early game, so me and a friend dropped on school for 10 straight rounds. From just those rounds I could see real improvement. Eventually we got pretty good at surviving a drop on school. And I got better at peeking around corners. Now I’m doing the same thing in Pochinki in order to improve my close to mid-range combat aim. Knowing a place intimately also helps improve your chances of coming out on top if you drop there.

Beware of tunnel vision – A lot of players focus on one enemy or objective so much that they lose all situational awareness. You’re completely homed in on getting inside a building so you don’t hear the enemy coming around the corner or you see a care package nearby and never stop to ask if it’s worth going for. Force yourself to snap out of situations like these and just stop and breathe for a second. Ask yourself questions while you’re playing. Am I doing what is strategically smart? Could there be more enemies around? This is especially helpful when trying to find a new spot in the next circle. If you think you know a good spot then someone else most likely also knows about it and might already be there. Don’t just automatically decide and head for that spot immediately, stop and think about how you should counter someone who is already there.

Thanks for reading and pardon my incorrect grammar, English isn’t my native tongue. I hope this guide can be of some use to all you other above average players out there.