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  1. When is that CvA tournament coming?
  2. Player called Gu was running a hack today. Build anywhere, infinite money, map reveal, hitting under gaps. The other players were telling he was cheating but I didnt believe them until Gu started building grandcannons in my base clear on the other side of the map. It was kinda funny but got old. Dont know if he could do that in a QM but though I should say something. Check with deadhead if you want confirmation. This was just a ffg and some of the other players got pretty mad. I dont think Gu speaks english. Probably should have screen shotted it. It was obvious what was going on but it was just a ffg.
  3. sounds like a problem with your Q key. Pull it off and blow area around it with canned air.
  4. Lasher tanks make good fodder. I wouldn't plan an assault with them as the main damage producer.
  5. Titans are OP but I love them.
  6. I am unaware of the etiquette concerning the communications in the game lobbies so please forgive me for venting. I expect the usual internet trolling and taunting and name calling but I would like to bring to the attention of the community 4 players that seem to take joy in those things. Serhat / chocky [GG-lets-re] easytaget theProfessor Those players constantly run a 4v4 game on Cliffside Slide as a team. Nothing wrong with that. What I feel is a problem is the constant name calling of the other players. i know taunts can be toggles off. I mean nasty stuff. Fag**t, Wh*re, and the racial stuff. I'm not talking about calling someone a noob when they do not play well. I do not see how this behavior can be good for the community as it discourages new players and sours older players. Obvious solution is to stay out of their game room but what about the new players walking into it blindly wanting to learn how to play the game online. Older players would just put up with it one game and leave and block. Just a suggestion. Maybe some of the pro-players could help the new players to learn to play the game to at least be competitive so they do not get discouraged and give up on the game. Maybe an adopt-a-noob-day. When I first started playing online I printed out Zig-Zags notes on build patterns and strategy from the old XWIS server. They were very helpful. Is something like that available on cnc.net. Thank you for your time.
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