Zynkh

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Last active 3 weeks ago

  1. 3 weeks ago
    Sun Apr 2 10:57:19 2017
    Zynkh posted in Hi?.

    Hey.

  2. Sun Apr 2 06:35:30 2017
    Godly changed Zynkh's group to Member.
  3. 5 weeks ago
    Sun Mar 19 13:47:56 2017
    Zynkh posted in Hi?.

    Updated op.

  4. Sat Mar 18 08:34:24 2017
    Zynkh posted in Hi?.

    Need 2 for swiss!!

  5. Thu Mar 16 12:16:25 2017
    Zynkh posted in Hi?.

    Hi still looking for 1 or 2 more for the mAT! Frontline.

  6. 6 weeks ago
    Fri Mar 10 12:33:24 2017
    Zynkh posted in Hi?.

    Hi, still looking for mat!

  7. 8 weeks ago
    Mon Feb 27 12:29:07 2017
    Zynkh posted in lf guild.

    @jermaine ; That's too far from where I live, have fun though!

  8. Mon Feb 27 12:14:38 2017
    Zynkh started the conversation Hi?.

    Hi, been away for a couple of weeks, kinda want to play again.

    My bots make me solo flaggers on ele.

  9. 2 months ago
    Thu Feb 9 21:38:13 2017

    Mexicans indeed.

  10. Mon Jan 30 10:09:42 2017

    @holye Hey all,

    I found today's lessons in flag pushing quite difficult to teach. Even in tactically superior positions, there was an obstacle in taking advantage of the situation.

    I think there is a double layer in difficulty with flag pushing that requires focus on the macro and micro plays of the players that isn't there in 8v8 builds.

    There may be a chance to improve the teaching of this type of playstyle to better ease learners into its complexity.

    One possible idea is to maybe alternate between 8v8 gameplay and flag push gameplay. The idea here would be that 8v8 gameplay would focus on how to utilize the bars to kill with minimal flag running, which would allow the learners to better take advantage of tactically superior positions when flags start being pushed.

    Any other feedback/ideas are welcome!

    Yesterday I attended to the teaching scrims, my team had 3 teachers (Hemo, Phil and Mize - then Ra), things went great, we had no issues between flag pusshing/getting pushed, even the team pushed correctly when no one called anything and when we got pushed we just collapsed the right things and no one raged/yelled when we died/did things wrong.

    From a learner perspective (mine), I don't think you need to work on flag pushing tactics, you just have to be clear sometimes, draw things on map, call the # of your learner, be repetitive, etc.

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