I am very mad. I connected to discord to play in a tournament, got dolphin issues and lost against this retarded ass pinnochio. Anti-EIR tech chase and wouldn't stop stalling I really cannot think straight right now. I offered to MM him for more than $20. Nope. I thought I would have made it out of pools if I knew how to fucking buffer roll. But they didn't even give me the frames to do it. Bullshit, just straight up bullshit. Probably will never join a tournament that gay ass pinnochio enter ever again. This definitely ruined my day.
Post by that guy who's absolutely pissed off on Sept 8, 2016 9:05:13 GMT
I am very mad. I connected to discord to play in a tournament, got hentai issues and lost against this retarded ass porn bot. Anti-fap tech chase and wouldn't stop edging I really cannot think straight right now. I offered to MM him for more than 20 erotic samples. Nope. I thought I would have made it out of bed if I knew how to fucking butter rolls. But they didn't even give me the knife to do it. Bullshit, just straight up bullshit. Probably will never join a cooking and fap show that gay ass-porn bot enter ever again. This definitely ruined my day.
Ever since the dawn of Shrek SuperSlam, I've struggled to find the answer in what I was actually playing for, or what I was really fighting for. It was a debate I used to have with Lord Ape during the early days on finding out who I was and who I wanted to be in Slam; Do I want fame? Or do I want fortune?
How about neither?
Fame? No, for it does not last.
Fortune? I could care less.
This quote from Shaba. This post right here. That is my answer.
Imagine this kid from Florida. The type of kid who you would meet at your local tournaments who's always giving it his all every time he plays. You've never heard of this kid, and you couldn't give a damn. But you're watching him play, and you see him improving. Eventually he starts winning your tournaments. He looks at you and says, "I want to go out of the country and become the best player in the world by winning the biggest tournaments against the best players." You just laugh at him. But in the back of your mind, after seeing what he was capable of, you can't help but ask yourself, "What if it really happened?"
That kid has now created a legacy in Slam that can never be forgotten.
So imagine me, this kid from Indiana. He's been winning at his locals since Slam came out. He uses Robin Hood, Shrek, Charming, G-nome, Huff 'n' Puff, and Anthrax. But he could never win any major tournaments in his home state, let alone get even remotely close to doing something notable at a national when he started traveling. Then he saw an opportunity when a new character was revealed. A fairytale character was converted into a non-fighting game. The amount of options this character possessed was like nothing he's ever seen before in Slam. No one wanted to play him at the time, but he knew later on down the line that he would be the one everyone feared to go up against. So he took it upon himself. He knew there would be heavy losses along the way when he was playing a character like this one, but they hit him harder than he thought they would. He went on a hiatus.
Since his return, he has yet to lose a tournament.
What if he stopped looking at the puzzle itself.......and started looking at each individual piece?
What if losing now did not change his future.......but only pushed it back farther?
What if those losses were only building him up.......to become stronger?
What if he were to win a tournament like.......Slamtober.......Slam in the Swamp.......Friday Night Compsoc Gaming.......?
What if Pinocchio really was.......the best character in the game?
What if Pinocchio never got nerfed?
What if that kid who would win all those friendlies against the top players.......really was the best in the world?
What if he actually started APPLYING HIMSELF IN TOURNAMENTS?
When I walk into a tournament now, I ask myself, "How will I lose today? Who will stop me?" Everyone's a threat and always will be, just as I wish to be onto them. Because I am capable of doing anything, just as they are. And when someone tells me that I can win this tournament or beat that player.......then it means I have already won.
I set out to be something in Slam. But now that I am something, it doesn't mean the journey has to end here. There's still more work to be done. Just know that this time, when I lose.......I'll come right back.