“If someone limits all the possibilities that are available, then the person will not grow.”
That’s the basic mindset of this guy, and any guy who says anything similar to that. I’ll give you an example.
During the summer, when I was learning how to play Scrub, and how that team works, I had just beaten someone with MSP. The next person that I played, was someone who played Juggs/Jill/Tron. I played defensive, and OCV’ed him with Sent. And so, he tries again, same team, same result. And then he says that, “you’re cheating! you’re not supposed to fly!”. I looked him and said, “isn’t it what you’re supposed to do with Sent though???”. And so he played one more time, and I started Cable, the same result ensued, only with a lot quicker time since AHVB’ing two of his characters is always fun to do. Afterwards, he goes off very angry at me, and I said, “think about what you did wrong in this match, and not on what characters make you angry”.
The thing is about this guy, he still is at the same level that he was this past summer, while I’m playing against better comp, and actually keeping up with them. The only reason for this though is because I did and still do whatever it takes to get better, while that person plays within his own set of boundaries, or in his little world, where he things Juggernaut is god and Storm is low tier. Until he accepts that there is more to this game than Juggs/Tron, which is pretty damaging in the right hands, he will not realize his potential in this game, and that in itself is a shame.
The mindset of a scrub, according to my experiences and all, is he thinks within his own little world, and not accepting what the norm is in a certain aspect of something, in this case, the person described in the first post, said that Jin gives Magneto a hard time. However, I am pretty sure that the person who says that has seen a very speedy, and intellegent Magneto, let alone knowing all the tools that Magneto has to him, or why Magnetos 96% of the time win tournaments. He either does not have these things available to him, or he just does not want to listen to it, and that also is a shame.
Anyway, these are some of my thoughts on scrubs in Marvel. Speaking for myself, I am really appreciative of all of the tools that are out there for use today, and also the advice that people give, and the advice that I will continue to get. If it wasn’t availiable to me, I would not be where I am today. So thanks to all who make that possible.
As always, I hope this helps you.