Those are my favorite sets. Where I’m getting absolutely pummeled and I hang in there and start getting some wins. Learning more with each round. I don’t know why so many Killer Instinct players lose two rounds and then dashboard. It seems so soft to me. That’s not the Fighter’s spirit.
Most of the time, it’s the better player that gets frustrated with the audacity that I won’t leave the lobby. I find that very enjoyable. Not that I’m teabagging or taunting or anything. I don’t do that stuff. But, I get less frustrated than they do.
When I’m in exhibition matches, I tend to lose a LOT due to using characters that I don’t use in Ranked… meaning everybody BUT Sadira. So lately I’ve been losing tons of matches with Mira in Exhibition, simply because I tend to use up all of her life and then the other player simply has to knee me to get the win, but that is how I learn.
Granted if the alt player begins to taunt me, I’ll gladly pull out Sadira and completely wipe them out.
I have an odd stance on this stuff, because I only ever go into Exhibitions to play with a specific friend, so I have never had to deal with this (from either end.)
One to three matches in Ranked before getting a new opponent is the right pace for me if I just want to play, but if I’m looking for more relaxed play against a friend, I will sit (win or lose) in Exhibition with them for HOURS.
I hate Aganos (playing against him at least)… won’t stop me from playing a long set if possible… i dunno, i guess i figure the longer I play, the more I learn and then I can maybe beat this character 8 out of 10 times, making me hate them less… just a theory…
Few days ago I had some fights with a very good dude. The kind of dude that plays a lot of characters.
We planed to do a FT10.
He kicked my ■■■ until 6-0. Then he made one mistake, he stuck with the same character.
I’m the kind of guy who is able to adapt (when I manage to find the right solutions ).
At the end, I won the fight.
Even when I fight a way better player than me (that is not difficult), I stay as long as I can to learn from him.
You learn from the best, no from the dashboard.
omg that dude is a beast it’ll be a while before I go through that meat grinder, LOL. When I’m done learning in quick ranked matches I’ll give him a shout. There have definitely been times when I get bodied by a killer and wish I had some more sets to learn the matchup.
i will agree that unless understood in advance, the one giving the beatdown can be the one getting bored just as easily as a loser ragequitting. But you’ll always have guys that want to win NAO
“Help out” sounds like something @GalacticGeek would say. Too bad I don’t know the Aganos matchup well, cause I would love to body him again like last season, when he wasn’t an Aganos master. Maybe I still can though.