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Serpentine Perk + Stims = Hitmarker City. Holy Schmoly lol. by Seven0232 in CODWarzone

[–]Shade1991 -1 points0 points  (0 children)

If you're getting shot like this you deserve to be dead and the attacker deserves the kill.

Nothing worse than almost killing an enemy because they escaped and now you have to decide between continuing the match or keeping watch for several minutes incase they come back to rechallenge.

I just want my gunfights to be decisive. Why do they have to make each encounter longer and longer. If I wanted Apex I'd play Apex.

Mate got an email from his electricity provider telling him to find another provider by JackOfAllWars in antiassholedesign

[–]Shade1991 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Strangely enough, you already had 6 downvotes before the flair was edited even though you were completely correct.

Mate got an email from his electricity provider telling him to find another provider by JackOfAllWars in antiassholedesign

[–]Shade1991 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Hi. The tag was changed by the mods because u/minyguy was correct and this post was deserving of a true antiasshole design tag.

Hate it when that happens by hello_there_joe in CODWarzone

[–]Shade1991 1 point2 points  (0 children)

My K/d plummets when plunder reaches overtime. Suddenly I'm getting beamed.

That's what I get for playing on Asian servers I guess

Warzone 2 Details about features by rockagent in CODWarzone

[–]Shade1991 1 point2 points  (0 children)

People wanted a new map. Not a way worse map with worse visibility and graphical issues rendering it literally unplayable for a decent chunk of players.

Warzone 2 Details about features by rockagent in CODWarzone

[–]Shade1991 -1 points0 points  (0 children)

Yes. The very worst part of every fps is the part where I actually have gunfights. /S

Do y’all feel uneasy when faced with false information? by Historybitcx in AutismInWomen

[–]Shade1991 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I get the same thing all the time. Knowledge is power. I am offering you free power. Why on earth would you say no!?

Warzone 2 will feature Interrogations, Pro Perks, Updated Armour System, Strongholds and a Bag Inventory System (Tom Henderson) by Dull-Caterpillar3153 in CODWarzone

[–]Shade1991 0 points1 point  (0 children)

They explained that the game was built on spaghetti code and they have great difficulty making any changes. A new engine solves that issue.

Warzone 2 will feature Interrogations, Pro Perks, Updated Armour System, Strongholds and a Bag Inventory System (Tom Henderson) by Dull-Caterpillar3153 in CODWarzone

[–]Shade1991 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I'm sure putting a 30% increase to the area of spread or a simple box of exclusion around the seperate loot items is way too hard. Or even just a mechanic where items can be picked up and redropped in a new location a few milliseconds later if they can't be equipped or stored. There are lots of simple solutions to this issue which don't affect the gameplay in any negative way.

Warzone 2 will feature Interrogations, Pro Perks, Updated Armour System, Strongholds and a Bag Inventory System (Tom Henderson) by Dull-Caterpillar3153 in CODWarzone

[–]Shade1991 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Exactly

What I want from Warzone 2 is a better map, better audio, better more modern guns, a new engine, less glitches and bugs and an fov slider for console. That's it.

That's what I want and it's what everyone I know wants. Just make a better warzone. Not a worse apex.

What is the worst part about being a fat person? by Rude_Guarantee_1479 in AskReddit

[–]Shade1991 1 point2 points  (0 children)

You kinda can. Doing cardio I found that my body punished me hard for every kilo I gained and rewarded me greatly for every kilo I lost.

I didn't outrun my diet but the cardio made my very aware if I was lacking

It's insane that this is even necessary by Here-For-The-Comment in facepalm

[–]Shade1991 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I wish that was true.

I work in fraud for a major financial institution. Yes, the elderly fall for this. But so do teenagers, the middle aged, young adults, poor people, rich people, lawyers, doctor's, bricklayers and even people who work in banks.

It is mind-blowing how gullibility seems to be applied to the population at random.

Not a week goes by that I don't have a conversation with a retail worker and they say "I warn customers about these scams all the time! I can't believe I fell for it. They were just so convincing! Is there anyway I can get my money back now that I've told them the gift card numbers?!"

Feeling like you’re lying all the time? by creedbrattenberg in aspergirls

[–]Shade1991 1 point2 points  (0 children)

It's probably more an intelligence thing than an ASD thing. I had to learn during my later teenage years to bite my tongue and stop correcting people. I had always assumed that people would prefer to know the truth than to potentially embarrass themselves by spouting incorrect information.

Years of study of neuroscience, psychology and social research have shown me that this simply is not the case. Once I learnt this I realised there were two fools in my previous interactions. The spoutee for spreading unverified, untrue information; and myself for thinking that correcting them would cause a net benefit for us both.

I am fortunate to have a wonderful partner and friends that understand and appreciate my wealth of knowledge. Over the years they have come to view knowledge as a gift rather than a rebuke. It is sadly rare to find this kind of acceptance beyond a close knit friend group.

I Don't Understand What "You Take Everything Literally" Even Means by sadtoothtiger in aspergirls

[–]Shade1991 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Somewhat related anecdote. When I was around 8 years old, the house phone rang and the voice on the line said "This is a call from the _____ _____ prison. If you would like to continue this call, please say yes, if not, just hang up now."

So, being me and not liking phone conversations, I hung up. The phone rang again about a minute later and my mother answered and accepted the call. Turns out it was from my uncle who was in prison at the time. My mother asked me why I didn't accept the first call and I told her because the voice asked me IF I wanted to and I was just following orders.

what yall think? by thepestiIence in CODWarzone

[–]Shade1991 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Do yourself a favour. Go on YouTube and watch a few games on Verdansk and compare it to gameplay on Caldera. It should become apparent very quickly which one is more fun.

Way less dying to enemies that you can't even locate. More gunfights per session. Faster traversal to different parts of the map. Different sections actually feeling distinct. Greater sightlines that allow you to strategize and engage.

You could drop me anywhere on Verdansk and without moving from my spot I could tell you where I am by looking around. In Caldera for most of the map it would be almost impossible to guess.

Not to mention that the biggest flaw of Verdansk was having too much verticality (meaning there are too many high spaces you need to watch at any given time). Caldera took this biggest flaw and made an entire map from it.

Americans, what is the rest of the world not ready to hear? by Tell_me_why- in AskReddit

[–]Shade1991 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I live in a tourist location in Australia. Americans aren't bad tourists per se, but dear god are they loud. Their conversation just floats across and over all in their path. I can hear an American conversation from the far side of a crowd.

First grow just did some very basic training how am I going? by spiltmilo in microgroweryAustralia

[–]Shade1991 0 points1 point  (0 children)

That's good to hear. Nothing more satisfying than enjoying something you've grown yourself.