All I can say is no wonder the ques are dead or full of premades beating on mark farmers. There is no point in puggin anymore... 9 times out of 10 you will be in a match with people that are AFK... or Suiciding... or you will be facing some premade to lame to bother using the games other chat channels to find matches that won't be extremely boring for all involved.
So here it is...
I have created a new Chat Channel
Join up and use the channel to arrange random fights. We balance teams... balance the players to make the matches as balanced as we can... the point is the fight.
When I'm on I will try to arrange matches 5v5 6v6 3v3 what ever you feel like doing... balance them out the best you can and have fun.
The idea of this channel isn't to arrange premade matches... we have OrganizedPvP for that when people in fact use it that way. In TD we arrange PvP... we fight cause we like it... if we do it right every match will end 15 14 and we will all have a good time.
Last edited by antoniosalieri; 08-07-2013 at 11:43 PM.
Then when you get 5 people X up join them... ask what people are playing... then YOU mix the teams up to be as even as you can imagine... and fire it up...
You are one of the folks that says you only want to play with your friends when you are in the ques... this is a way to make that happen... and have WAY more fun... then stomping 2-3 pugs in an hour after you kill the ques with the first match. (leave the que system to the mark farmers... let them afk on each other all night)
Sound like when someone makes a pugmade in opvp and gets together with another pugmade in pvp to me...
I honestly fail to see how the current opvp couldn't also be used to do this.
Well it isn't how people use Opvp... so we will create a place for people to do this.
This isn't about replacing Organizedpvp... its about people using OrganizedPvP for what it is intended to be.
This is something different... so it gets its own channel... and from the start people will use TD to create PvP matches that are NOT Premade Vs Premade... which I think we all agree is what Opvp is for.