Killstealing and the KDR: Do they matter to you?

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Re: Killstealing and the KDR: Do they matter to you?

Postby HIT0SHI » Thu May 22, 2014 2:32 pm

I'm never really bothered by Killstealing for I just want all the titans to be eliminated while using the support of my comrades to take them down as quickly and efficient as possible.

If by the chance someone beats me to a kill, that just means the titan died faster.
Since we are working as a team after all even if we are spread out into lonewolf-ish playstyles it's motivating to race for a kill or to even support them by distracting titans or flanking them and vice-versa. :|
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Re: Killstealing and the KDR: Do they matter to you?

Postby The Rogue Titan » Thu May 22, 2014 2:36 pm

HIT0SHI wrote:I'm never really bothered by Killstealing for I just want all the titans to be eliminated while using the support of my comrades to take them down as quickly and efficient as possible.

If by the chance someone beats me to a kill, that just means the titan died faster.
Since we are working as a team after all even if we are spread out into lonewolf-ish playstyles it's motivating to race for a kill or to even support them by distracting titans or flanking them and vice-versa. :|


This is also true. Long story short, in a cooperative game, "kill stealing" is a stupid concept.
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Re: Killstealing and the KDR: Do they matter to you?

Postby Sylvy » Thu May 22, 2014 3:10 pm

Survival players:
-They're mostly focused on survival.
-When playing in a group, they're more focused on teamwork and working together.
-They're more focused on getting to wave 21.
-They're more focused on safety.
-They tend to be the more consistent players, regarding KDR.
-I'd say a great survival player can at least solo Forest 2, hard, to wave 15, no time limit.

Power players
-They're mostly focused on damage.
-They tend to be solo players - There currently isn't really a way to work a team to achieve higher damages
-They tend to prefer 1vs1 than against mobs of titans.
-They fly around trees to gain momentum rather than to travel from one titan to the next.
-They use damage reeling techinques, like yoyo and various other reeling techniques(that I don't feel like listing).
-I'd say a great damage player can hit at least 2.5k without yoyo, vibrating titans, or some sort of bug.

Speed players
-They're mostly focused on Kill count.
-The also tend to be solo players.
-They're the better agility players/smooth kills between titans.
-They quickly travel from one titan to the next and use the quickest techniques.-Air equators are your best friend as well as reeling fly by techniques.
-They're the ones that usually annoy noob players.
-I'd say a great Speed player can at least kill 80+ titans in 10 minutes, Forest 2, hard.

Amtri(bi)dextrous players
-A combination of two or more of the above type players.

Disclaimer: All of this is only my opinion and from my experience of the players I've observed in the past. There's more to it, just... not that I have time to type down XD This is just the basics.

The examples I gave of a "great" player, are just one's of an above average player. They aren't "pro" standards.
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Re: Killstealing and the KDR: Do they matter to you?

Postby The Rogue Titan » Thu May 22, 2014 3:18 pm

Sylvy wrote:Survival players:
-They're mostly focused on survival.
-When playing in a group, they're more focused on teamwork and working together.
-They're more focused on getting to wave 21.
-They're more focused on safety.
-They tend to be the more consistent players, regarding KDR.
-I'd say a great survival player can at least solo Forest 2, hard, to wave 15, no time limit.

Power players
-They're mostly focused on damage.
-They tend to be solo players - There currently isn't really a way to work a team to achieve higher damages
-They tend to prefer 1vs1 than against mobs of titans.
-They fly around trees to gain momentum rather than to travel from one titan to the next.
-They use damage reeling techinques, like yoyo and various other reeling techniques(that I don't feel like listing).
-I'd say a great damage player can hit at least 2.5k without yoyo, vibrating titans, or some sort of bug.

Speed players
-They're mostly focused on Kill count.
-The also tend to be solo players.
-They're the better agility players/smooth kills between titans.
-They quickly travel from one titan to the next and use the quickest techniques.-Air equators are your best friend as well as reeling fly by techniques.
-They're the ones that usually annoy noob players.
-I'd say a great Speed player can at least kill 80+ titans in 10 minutes, Forest 2, hard.

Amtri(bi)dextrous players
-A combination of two or more of the above type players.

Disclaimer: All of this is only my opinion and from my experience of the players I've observed in the past. There's more to it, just... not that I have time to type down XD This is just the basics.

The examples I gave of a "great" player, are just one's of an above average player. They aren't "pro" standards.


Well then I'd definitely go under "Survival Player". :)
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Re: Killstealing and the KDR: Do they matter to you?

Postby HIT0SHI » Thu May 22, 2014 3:24 pm

I'll go under "Speed Player". 8-)
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Re: Killstealing and the KDR: Do they matter to you?

Postby MFxEagle » Thu May 22, 2014 3:37 pm

Sylvy wrote:Survival players:
-They're mostly focused on survival.
-When playing in a group, they're more focused on teamwork and working together.
-They're more focused on getting to wave 21.
-They're more focused on safety.
-They tend to be the more consistent players, regarding KDR.
-I'd say a great survival player can at least solo Forest 2, hard, to wave 15, no time limit.

Power players
-They're mostly focused on damage.
-They tend to be solo players - There currently isn't really a way to work a team to achieve higher damages
-They tend to prefer 1vs1 than against mobs of titans.
-They fly around trees to gain momentum rather than to travel from one titan to the next.
-They use damage reeling techinques, like yoyo and various other reeling techniques(that I don't feel like listing).
-I'd say a great damage player can hit at least 2.5k without yoyo, vibrating titans, or some sort of bug.

Speed players
-They're mostly focused on Kill count.
-The also tend to be solo players.
-They're the better agility players/smooth kills between titans.
-They quickly travel from one titan to the next and use the quickest techniques.-Air equators are your best friend as well as reeling fly by techniques.
-They're the ones that usually annoy noob players.
-I'd say a great Speed player can at least kill 80+ titans in 10 minutes, Forest 2, hard.

Amtri(bi)dextrous players
-A combination of two or more of the above type players.

Disclaimer: All of this is only my opinion and from my experience of the players I've observed in the past. There's more to it, just... not that I have time to type down XD This is just the basics.

The examples I gave of a "great" player, are just one's of an above average player. They aren't "pro" standards.


I'm think I'm striving to be a good speed/power player (which is ironic since I play with Armin). My KDR isn't very consistent because I play a bit reckless.

My freeform sucks though, so I have a long way to go though before I would consider myself good at that.
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Re: Killstealing and the KDR: Do they matter to you?

Postby The Rogue Titan » Thu May 22, 2014 3:47 pm

MFxEagle wrote:
Sylvy wrote:Survival players:
-They're mostly focused on survival.
-When playing in a group, they're more focused on teamwork and working together.
-They're more focused on getting to wave 21.
-They're more focused on safety.
-They tend to be the more consistent players, regarding KDR.
-I'd say a great survival player can at least solo Forest 2, hard, to wave 15, no time limit.

Power players
-They're mostly focused on damage.
-They tend to be solo players - There currently isn't really a way to work a team to achieve higher damages
-They tend to prefer 1vs1 than against mobs of titans.
-They fly around trees to gain momentum rather than to travel from one titan to the next.
-They use damage reeling techinques, like yoyo and various other reeling techniques(that I don't feel like listing).
-I'd say a great damage player can hit at least 2.5k without yoyo, vibrating titans, or some sort of bug.

Speed players
-They're mostly focused on Kill count.
-The also tend to be solo players.
-They're the better agility players/smooth kills between titans.
-They quickly travel from one titan to the next and use the quickest techniques.-Air equators are your best friend as well as reeling fly by techniques.
-They're the ones that usually annoy noob players.
-I'd say a great Speed player can at least kill 80+ titans in 10 minutes, Forest 2, hard.

Amtri(bi)dextrous players
-A combination of two or more of the above type players.

Disclaimer: All of this is only my opinion and from my experience of the players I've observed in the past. There's more to it, just... not that I have time to type down XD This is just the basics.

The examples I gave of a "great" player, are just one's of an above average player. They aren't "pro" standards.


I'm think I'm striving to be a good speed/power player (which is ironic since I play with Armin). My KDR isn't very consistent because I play a bit reckless.

My freeform sucks though, so I have a long way to go though before I would consider myself good at that.


I think you're pretty good. :D From what I saw yesterday, you and me were the only people killing Player Titans in that game we played together.
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Re: Killstealing and the KDR: Do they matter to you?

Postby Kiwi » Sun May 25, 2014 10:52 pm

Sylvy wrote:Survival players:
-They're mostly focused on survival.
-When playing in a group, they're more focused on teamwork and working together.
-They're more focused on getting to wave 21.
-They're more focused on safety.
-They tend to be the more consistent players, regarding KDR.
-I'd say a great survival player can at least solo Forest 2, hard, to wave 15, no time limit.

Power players
-They're mostly focused on damage.
-They tend to be solo players - There currently isn't really a way to work a team to achieve higher damages
-They tend to prefer 1vs1 than against mobs of titans.
-They fly around trees to gain momentum rather than to travel from one titan to the next.
-They use damage reeling techinques, like yoyo and various other reeling techniques(that I don't feel like listing).
-I'd say a great damage player can hit at least 2.5k without yoyo, vibrating titans, or some sort of bug.

Speed players
-They're mostly focused on Kill count.
-The also tend to be solo players.
-They're the better agility players/smooth kills between titans.
-They quickly travel from one titan to the next and use the quickest techniques.-Air equators are your best friend as well as reeling fly by techniques.
-They're the ones that usually annoy noob players.
-I'd say a great Speed player can at least kill 80+ titans in 10 minutes, Forest 2, hard.

Amtri(bi)dextrous players
-A combination of two or more of the above type players.

Disclaimer: All of this is only my opinion and from my experience of the players I've observed in the past. There's more to it, just... not that I have time to type down XD This is just the basics.

The examples I gave of a "great" player, are just one's of an above average player. They aren't "pro" standards.

I'm probably an ambidextrous player. Survival/speed are probably traits that define what I do. I could care less about damage. :roll:

This should actually be good for a separate thread.
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Re: Killstealing and the KDR: Do they matter to you?

Postby MJRmasqu3rade » Mon May 26, 2014 6:48 am

I agree with Kiwi here, a thread about that would be awesome! :D it's a great concept
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Re: Killstealing and the KDR: Do they matter to you?

Postby The Rogue Titan » Mon May 26, 2014 6:54 am

Yeah, man! Make a thread for it. I would love that. :D
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