I was almost brown my last game, 15° Immortal...
Its good to be bad... XD
TRUE 1675 MMR:
They should switch Pink/Brown Blue/OJ colors for a week to see if anything changes.
I've had the Blue Carry on my team feed more than a couple times.
Color means nothing until 1650+ in my opinion.
Well said. Why are you just saying brown, what about orange?You might be brown if you got matched up with 4 people of a higher matchmaking rank than you.
Thats about the only reason I can think of.
And I have seen brown/orange carry their team before.
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People say it doesn't matter if you're brown/orange whatever, but the majority of the time they are complete trash, that can't just be coincidence.
I don't get why so many people can't just make the jokes about bad players. It's a statistical bias, sure, but you've either got the more wins than losses that make you higher than oj/brown or you don't.
this thread makes me cry every time i see my self brown.
My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard.
I think this whole topic is full of a lot of people who are brown a lot of the time. I cannot empathize with them because the lowest color I'll usually ever be is purple.
And yes, I've been a bad blue and I've also been a bad brown. I wish S2 didn't color coordinate things because DG and brown were my favorite colors in my pub days and with MM, I can never be those colors again T_T
And my favorite is purple, which is also right about where I like to fall. I hate being brown/orange for the dickery like this thread about how people LOVE to hold it over your head, but I hate being pink/blue even more
Not sure why S2 would let a thread live that just insults people because they are brown. I guess op has never been brown. They even post in this thread. What was constructive about this thread? I found no useful information nor was it funny. Just another sad and pathetic person that obviously like to blame all his trouble on brown. Fostering the idea that brown and oj should be called out and blammed for everything is not a good idea.
Take a page from the Steam forums. When someone gets banned from the forums they flag the account as banned and it is added as part of the profile. As you browse the forums you see all the people that have been banned. A good deterrent.
The thing is, I only bring up color when browns start to get mouthy. Like, when brown tells me what I should've banned in MW or brown won't stop riding my d*** for mistakes.
Not to sound arrogant but I think I'm a fantastic blue/pink not because I play well but because I'm understanding and patient. When people make mistakes or something silly happens, I'm the first one to tell them to brush it off and not to be discouraged. There's zero productivity in biased criticisms but believe it or not, that attitude doesn't always work on angry little browns so they need to be reminded of their place. Or at least, it seems to do the trick. Browns aren't the only ones to behave in such ways.
And also, blues need to understand that they can't ride other people for their mistakes either. I think the blue position is responsible for team morale as this topic is right, brown's aren't necessarily bad players. I've seen blues play horribly and Lord knows I've been there too but maintaining a good attitude for the team is important as more often than not, morale is the reason why a team loses. And that's what separates the pro teams from the non-pro teams because their morale never falters as it's not over until it's over.
Edit: Constructiveness achieved.
ROFL I still can't believe the amount of people that have no idea this is about jokes and fun. For those of you that got offended, don't take life so seriously
for the few that got it... you know where I'm comin from.
For comic reference: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_WAQGDa9pJ8
What on earth is going on in here?
'I have seen a brown carry'
Statistically brown and orange are the worst players in the game.
Most of the time they fail in this endeavor.
MOST is the key word here ok? But you go ahead and build your arguments around that 5% of cases in which a brown carries the game.