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To main, or not to main?

Posted October 13th, 2016 at 10:26 AM by Seliph

Why do we choose what we choose in competitive play?

Ultimately, what made me pick Shulk over Ike in Smash at the end was merely, that he is difficult to play and because I found his Monado arts pretty interesting. Originally, I went with Ike, just because I saw some Youtuber playing with him and even now I like randomly picking Ike, though, I'd still pick Shulk most of the time, because of his interesting playstyle.
Back when I played Dissidia I used to play a bunch of characters...
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Competitive Odyssey

Posted November 25th, 2015 at 2:45 PM by Seliph

Since I've already talked about how I got interested in competitive Pokemon, I might as well talk about the experience I've had with other competitive games in the past. Though I wouldn't call it competitive experience, since most of the time I just liked messing around with those games.

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Looking back the Pokemon Trading Card Game might have been the first time I ever came in touch with anything competitive related. The first time I managed to...
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Competitive introduction thingy

Posted November 22nd, 2015 at 2:51 PM by Seliph

Is it a shame that I haven't made use of the blog feature even though I have it since...well, long enough? It probably doesn't matter that much, as long as it finds some sort of use, right? So, how do we start this...

I suppose the first post should mostly be some sort of introduction, but considering that most information that might be important to you is already on my profile anyway (and anything that isn't can easily retrieved via that fancy VM function), I might as well skip most...
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