being an chobo
Posted 25 September 2010 - 08:24 PM
Posted 25 September 2010 - 09:11 PM
Why the hell do you want to be better at starcraft ?
If you dont wanna be progamer there is no point for raising your skill
Raising skill in sc is time consuming and hard as hell if you do it without good coaches...
If your not going to be progamer just play on d/d+ level on iccup on garena/hamachi just for fun... and get some real life skills.
Real life skills are far more important than SC skills !
BTW. training apm alone is bad idea it will give your bad habits.
If you really wanna improve just ask for coaching on gg.net.
Overall tips for chobos:
1. Play with at least level above your skill players and analyze replays with somone who could explain you all the things that you are doing wrong. (you will not notice everything alone)
2.If you dont have such a person around you must gain some knowledge from replays (real good gosureplays) (and you must watch thousands of them and analyze it as hard as possible on normal/slowest speed)
3. Record yourself on camera while playing.(monitor and keyboard).
You will notice this way in which point of game you are slowing down and you can also monitor your concentration and bad emotions this way.(it's mind game).
You can also practice with metronome setted on 80 BPM. Click just twice as fast as metronome count... but dont concentrate on clicking that much. EAPM will raise naturally with your skill and its much more important than APM.
Playing with = or < players to you can be fun but you wont improve. remember no pain no gain !
Tip on playing ICCUP.
- learn good manners
- dont play with players below your level
- always choose MOTW
- always use safe strats
- try to avoid koreans (in 75% cases its instant lose for low skilled player)
- dont create games named "noobs only" ,or smth like that beacouse good player will only abuse you. Always change game name if you are creating one.
Posted 25 September 2010 - 09:33 PM
Playing always a better player who can deny anything you do, makes you think everything is bad, and doesn't need to be done, playing lower skilled or same skilled players shows you if it can actually do damage, maybe then due to the player not paying enough attention, or whatever, but the timing thing is a huge different on the different skill levels. Playing versus better players can ofc show you some things, but doesn't neccessarily do so.
Posted 26 September 2010 - 09:57 PM
So, I guess the question is if you'd like to have a life and play on the side and sucking at it, or would you rather spend hours upon hours each day to become übergosu in a pretty dead game, at the cost of your social life?
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