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BeastEG · One day, I'll realize I'm bad at FG's ·

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  • Re: Ryu's Gameplan

    In general, Ryu suffers from a lack of tools that let you take the initiative which forces him to be very reactive to what your opponent is doing. Anything Ryu can do, almost anyone else can do better (or make up for a lack of tool with another tool)

    The only real way to play Ryu is focus on being as "solid" as possible. This means not rushing in a madman, nor does it mean being a turtle. Fundamentally, it means taking what your opponent gives you without over-extending yourself (or at the bare minimum taking risks that are in your favor)

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  • Re: The Street Fighter V General: Orbs, Orbs Everywhere

    Got bored, checked where exactly I placed at EVO.

    769th. Kinda what I expected. Higher than LTG apparently which is...something I guess? Probably not. :razz:

    Sorta want to change my tag though. "LordWilliam" doesn't really roll off the tongue and sounds pretentious when my name is being called...just got no ideas for a good alternative at the moment.

    EDIT: WildLink will do I suppose. Think I'll keep my username the same on here though.

    BeerBaron007
    LordLiquorLover
    Uncle Will
    StillBetterThanLTG
    PassTheSalt
  • Re: The Street Fighter V General: Orbs, Orbs Everywhere

    The most enjoyable part of the day is just opening this forum and skipping to the 3 latest posts
    ZioSerpe wrote: »
    Not gonna lie, I did a quick search of street fighter pr0n after the picture posted a few pages ago. Surprisingly way more Cammy then Chun-li who would thought that theporn industry is meta savvy

    Quick search eh?

    Type in Brazilian Laura destroyed.

    I trusted you Highland...
    TWINBLADES wrote: »
    Froztey wrote: »
    Volt wrote: »
    Froztey wrote: »
    Also I saw Frotey get cooked by an UD Ryu who did nothing but side switch off AA Jab Kek

    That is so far down my replay list how many did you watch

    All of them. You got a stalker. He'll probably make a post about you in r/Kappa soon.

    Twin tryna study me before I 10-0 him. AND I'M PRETTY SURE I 2-1'D THAT GUY TWIN.

    I suck doe so you beating me doesn't seem like a tall order. I still got a long way to go.

    Never change SRK
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  • Re: The Street Fighter V General: Orbs, Orbs Everywhere

    R. Mika and Laura do have quite a bit in common: They both bombard niggas with their ass and titties in some way.

    Only difference is you can get a Ménage à trois with R.Mika

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  • Re: The Street Fighter V General: Orbs, Orbs Everywhere

    Went to friend's house yesterday, and a couple of his buds and I were playing SFV. I teched 2 throws and managed a cross-up AA DP in a short sequence, and one of his buds (who is black) says "This N-word's (referring to me) D is tight." Keep in mind, I've NEVER met this guy before.

    I'm definitely not black. Literally the entire room just stops for a split second and everyone looks at me (at least I could feel everyone's eyes looking at me since it kind of went silent). I simple respond with, "Sand digger or sand N-word would be more appropriate since I'm ethnically Turkish." Normally, I NEVER use words with racist connotations, but I guess it was just one of those moments.

    Everyone (including me) straight up starts laughing and another guy (also Black) goes, "My sand N-word." Another goes, "You're a traitor to your people for not playing Rashid!" Definitely had an amazing time after that laughing all night.

    I have to admit, as ass backwards as the FGC is sometimes, it's those tiny moments where we can make satire of the stupid ass divides in the world that make it all worth it. To be able to connect as people, and share a love of games, is one of the things I hope is never lost.