It is always in testing to see what words catch the eyes of the feeble-minded. My entire point was *not* based o n the premise of what happened on Kappa, that was simply an example I was using that I was mistaken in. It does not change the point of the whole post that Addex zergs constantly to win, and yet all we hear from him is how mean everyone else is for zerging.LesCrow wrote:OMG, bullet points, and two of them. That is so, you know, significant and stuffTwerk Team wrote: Did you really need 2 bullet points for that? I didn't even play Kappa, so if I'm wrong there, my apologies, I just saw your guild is in second with *beep* averages, and assumed you got *beep* on.
Doesn't really change the main point of it, that when you do it it isn't a zerg (juno is a prime example), only when others do it. But hey, keep ignoring the truths that don't fit neatly into your narrow view.
You made a point and argued that point confidently and it was based purely on something you assumed?
Addex beat up the opposition multiple times, server after server and till this day said opposition has failed to learn and adapt. Now if anything, Addex knows exactly what to expect, it is not normal to become fearful of that. Is this accusation another assumption from your many insightful observations?
Once again, Addex's story changes, it is OK when he does it because he plans ahead to do it and the leadership doesn't fight a ton. *congrats* I guess, it doesn't make him any less of a zerg, and I don't really care how successful a zerg is. Addex should stop complaining about zergs when that is *all he does*. And here, Pegasus, we find yet another server where Addex has already simpacted his biggest threat because he is still afraid of any real competition, hence the constant backstabs and zergpacting. Really, it's the hypocrisy that bothers me more than anything, and the meatshields such as yourself, lescrow, that always manage to ignore it.
Please learn to read before responding, Lescrow. You're even worse than Terryogon with your poopsocking.