Fredddi43's forum posts

#1 Edited by Fredddi43 (326 posts) -

If you haven't done so already, Purge's guide is a great way to start.

Then you can join the GB channel in the client, and ask for people to play with (just mention your experience level, so no confusion occurs).

There is also this thread already going where you can find help and tips.

And @sweep should move this thread to the proper Dota 2 forums.

#2 Posted by Fredddi43 (326 posts) -

@mcfart: You clearly have never tried to watch cricket, or a bunch of other sports. Sure you can summarize them in one sentence, but that's also possible with Dota: "Kill the enemy base". Both physical sports and eSports require a a lot of understanding, and its kinda unfair to just call eSports fake because their ruleset is deeper than that of other sports.

#3 Posted by Fredddi43 (326 posts) -

I have 1 PS4 code for Europe left, comment below and I will PM it to you

#4 Posted by Fredddi43 (326 posts) -

I really hope we get to see Burrito being picked in the finals.

#5 Posted by Fredddi43 (326 posts) -

Germany (Born there)










The Netherlands



#6 Posted by Fredddi43 (326 posts) -

Yeah, I had really hoped for an upgrade discount after buying the game for $60 and the season pass for $20. I dont really feel like paying another $50 for the game, despite that I want it so much, soooo much... Im propably gonna get it anyway.

#7 Posted by Fredddi43 (326 posts) -

So I;m thinking about starting to watch Dr. Who, but I don't really wanna go all the way back to 1963's season 1. Where should I start watching, is there a season I absolutely have to begin with?

#8 Edited by Fredddi43 (326 posts) -

Normal in most games, Hard in shooters.

#9 Posted by Fredddi43 (326 posts) -

Having spent my 3000 hours in Dota, my vote of course went for that. Back when i got started, I joined the GB guild and channel, and asked for people to play MM with. Nowadays I have ober 150 of these people on my friends list, and never play without a full 5stack. This way, you never get raged at and have a really fun time. If you decide to do the same, I can only recommend you stay far away from solo queuing, and instead ask around the channel for people to play with you, you will almost always find some on your skill level.

#10 Posted by Fredddi43 (326 posts) -

Great, touching writeup. While I never met your father, I miss Ryan so very much, and can only begin to comprehend how it must be for you to have lost 2 people in that short timespan.