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In real life there is a cap on how good you can get by fighting dummies or really weak fighters. Killing people who are really weak with little to no training (looters) won't help you when you are already better then them. In other words, you have nothing left to learn at some point. You are not going to learn how to fight in a stressful life or death battle unless you actually fight in them. Have you ever heard of the term "Battled-Hardened" that's what makes elite soldiers ELITE. They have killed trained enemies in stressful life or death situations many times. It does not make sense that you can be an elite soldier by only fighting pathetic bandits.I'm sorry but that's not realistic at all, in real life preparation and training is what improves skill not fighting better opponents, what you saying is true for non death matches but not war for that you train train train
I play competitive tf2, and my team only gets better when we play team that are slightly better then use. Destroying terrible teams does nothing for us.