And huge congrats to the admin team which dropped second best team in div a to div b and on its place put team which barely wins in div b. Thank you guys u are awesome . Stay great.
I didn't dodge even a single match. Also i didn't meet you in game after ranked update. Nice spreading random nonsense while you not even sure what are you talking about.
If stomping noobs was the goal, ppl would go for artificial low elo. Stacking is the exact opposite, it artificially raises elo. At least use your brain before accusing people please.@Callum @Dejan @Duh_TaleWorlds Bump with 80% in favour of removing partying up for ranked. I almost guarantee the only 'No' voters are those directly reveling in how unfair the ranking system is, i.e., the same groups partying up to stomp players who just bought the game.
example: enemy full stack doubles their elo (for calculating only), 5 stack 2*5/6 for each stack member and so on.3) solo queuers gain a bonus on ranked points when enemy team has more/bigger stacks than own team
it may not yet be implemented, but as far as i remember that was the goal.So basically doesn't matter if you are ranked or not you still play against the same player.
1. Turn blocking is not only good 1v1. I use it in group fights throughout the video. It also doesn't really **** footwork—it actually works better with footwork, since you can control the strike angle and you're not at all prevented from moving.
2. Bashing isn't useless, but I guess we can agree to disagree? It's a situational tool that's saved my noob ass against plenty of better feinters, and it's "easier" than changing block direction for beginners, who suck at blocking, because you just have to hit E with your bad block up, instead of getting the right inputs under stress...
3. Everything you suggested — feint spamming, controlling distance, and working on blocking — needs training to be properly done. I don't think that invalidates kicking. I also don't think it's too much to ask beginners to hit E occasionally, especially when it doesn't disrupt your blocks at all... why not start training this early on? You won't unless you know that it exists, and that it doesn't eliminate your block.
Above all, I think you're mistaking these beginner tips/additions as substitutions for the three advanced tips you shared—spamming feints, controlling distance, and getting very comfortable with blocking, all of which take quite a lot of time to develop.
Failed experiment; then don't wonder what went wrong when after the release of the custom server tools, online mods with the warband system or a twist of it implemented start to blossom.