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About =TS=ASoullessGinger

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  • Birthday 03/17/1994

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    Asheville, NC
  • Interests
    Accounting Major
    League of Legends, Overwatch, various other games
    Getting into photography
  • CPU
    Intel Core i5-4690K
  • Main Board
    MSI Z97S SLI Krait Edition
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    GTX 960 4GB
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    8 GB
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  1. =TS=ASoullessGinger


    To put it simply, the game is quite a bit of fun. It is a Team Fortress 2-esque game of 6v6. The attacking team either captures the point or pushes the payload to a point. The defending team stops them. Quite simple. I think it being that simple is what makes the game shine too. A central theme of the game and one that I urge any new player to experience is Hero Swapping. You are allowed to switch heroes during the match, with the only penalty being your Ultimate meter resets. I really like this idea, your team is not stuck with a disadvantage all game just because you chose a subpar hero for the situation. In League, if you chose a champion then get countered, you are stuck into that matchup all game. If you choose Winston in Overwatch and then they choose Reaper, then you can easily switch to a Reinhardt or Roadhog instead, which are not as easily countered by Reaper. The game is about creating an advantage from your disadvantage. Another interesting aspect are the classes. These classes are identical to those you would see in other games. Supports have utility and healing (usually). Tanks have health and utility. Defense are typically backline heroes but have a good amount of damage. Offense is a mix of front line damage and flankers (kind of wish they separate these categories though). Juggling these classes are key. In competitive there is a one hero limit (on here per team). In regular play there is no limit, but balancing these classes are still important. As a new player, and to keep in practice of Hero Swapping, if your team does not have a support and you are used to DPS, consider playing Lucio or Zenyatta; they are the more offensive supports. If you usually play something like Genji or Tracer but your team needs a tank, consider playing Winston. TL;DR - Good game, consider trying it out (also, only pay $40 for it, don't buy the $60 option unless you benefit from it).
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    Member Application

    16-March 94 My name is Justin Sheehan. I am an Accounting Major and am currently working on my Master's Degree. As such, I do not have a whole lot of free time when school starts up. I have been a "regular" on the TeamSpeak server for over a year and this summer was really the first chance that I had to really sit down and get on TS and play games with people and converse. I really have only had the pleasure of talking with those who play Overwatch and League of Legends, but I am always open for conversation with everyone. I have never been part of a clan or community before. Unfortunately my know-how is not on the Server, IT, or PC support area. I am proficient in Excel and various other accounting software (none of which I have access to). I would still not mind helping in any way possible. View full application