- Zone: EU
- Skill level: [LOW] - [MED] aiming higher
- Time zone you play: GMT +2 (Estonia - Easter Europe)
- Primary language you speak: english, estonian, understand and can somewhat speak finnish
- Age: 27
- Computer/internet: watercooled stable alienship with proper ADSL connection
- Contact: priv, skype (chemic)
- Bio: used to play competitive Quake2, Quake3, CounterStrike and WOW arena
Talk briefly about who you are and what you do:
I do work and I do love kitesurfing Currently playing HoN MM as a casual.
I can support clan with fast learning, mumble server, webdesign / webdevelopement.
n/o but your far from midskilled when you have 1100 psr. GL anyway
I would rank myself to LOW tier as well.. but then I read that sticky, how to choose..
and then I thought.. I know most of it whats in the MID tier.. so I thought my 1300-1400 psr in casual tier is enough.. I've only played MM matches since they came out.Skill Levels:
[HIGH] : >1 year competitive dota experience (IHLs, team-based leagues (e.g. CAL), etc), available to scrim 3-5 nights per week, available to participate in weekly tournaments/leagues, complete mastery of the game
[MID] : 0-1 years of dota experience, competent with most of HON (heroes, items, etc), some familiarity with competitive strategies (warding, crows, hero selections, etc), sound fundamentals (last hitting, jungling, etc), available to play 1-3 nights per week and play in occasional tournaments
[LOW] : 0-1 years of dota experience, new to HON, competent with ~half the game (heroes, items), little or no familiarity with competitive strategies, may be lacking in some basic fundamentals, available to play 1-3 nights per week and primarily scrim other teams (may or may not participate in tournaments)
Last edited by chemic; 01-03-2011 at 05:13 AM.
Seems like you're experienced when it comes to competitive games. I introduced a friend of mine that had played a lot of games including lots of age2 (good old rts lan times) and was currently on msi's cod4 team to hon. He didn't have any prior dota experience but nevertheless he got to 1700 psr pretty fast, while everyone else i intro to hon drops to 1200.
I think being an experienced, competitive and intelligent gamer is a big boost when you're gonna learn hon from scratch.
And yes, I'm new to HON (played total ~150 games and no dota experience) but I would like to learn it like it should be played (with a proper team and strategies) not with raging/afking/flaming/leaving kids in pubs not that all pub games are bad.. but % of bad community ppl is insane in this scene.. so I'm more keen to find friends/pals to play it with.
Currently trying to push game with my coworkers after workhours.. they are all new in DOTA scene, but their don't have same goals than I do. I'm keen to train myself a good carry so I can carry their casual pub MM games