Sf culture question


#1

OK, I’m originally from Detroit, MI but i gotten more serious about SF ever since my mom moved us to the south 4 years ago. And the question i posing to you guys is now that I’m living in the south but i since consider Michigan to be my home would i have to be see as a “Georgia Gamer” if i gotten better and started to compete or would i be able to retain my Michigan status and be able to be recognized by Michigan players, be able to join teams in Michigan, and overall be a Michigan player? Just something that has been on my mind and i would like to have your feedback on that.


#2

If you’re a friend it doesn’t matter where you’re from

and it’s not that strict dude


#3

are you free agent status, or were you actually traded?


#4

you will never belong.


#5

Actually, the tracking device we attached to you when you started playing can’t be overridden. Sorry, you have to be a Georgia player.


#6

O_O REally?


#7

Yeah, um if you weren’t good when you were there i’m pretty sure you can’t claim that place. If you moved back to michigan for a while this might be up for debate, You could call yourself a michigan scrub and a Georgia player but that doesn’t sound that great.

Also joining a michigan team while living in Georgia seems like a hell of a commute.


#8

well i want to join TFA


#9

Does anyone even know who you are? If not it doesnt really matter. If people do know you then it still doesnt matter.


#10

No matter where you were born or live, people will respect and recognise you according to you’re skill and nothing else.


#11

Don’t forget winning personality!

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#12

You’re right walnut, personality of course! :smile:
Nobody likes a sore loser or a gloating winner.