If you time travelled back to 2016, could you win RLCS Season 1?



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40 pensées sur “If you time travelled back to 2016, could you win RLCS Season 1?

  • 9 octobre 2018 à 11:25
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    Totally wonder about this all the time especially since I only started in early 2017 and I am between C1 and D3's in 2's and 3's…. I wish I could go back to when it all began and started there.

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  • 9 octobre 2018 à 11:25
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    Well guessing I just played with gambit(rlcs season 1 wc) I was definitely his equal or better.

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  • 9 octobre 2018 à 11:25
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    Did you kind've criticize them? I mean, for the most part you were saying 'I can beat that as me now, back then'.. but we all know in reality, that everyone was garbage back then. Everyone played just like them, and they were the best out of everyone. In a few years, everyone will say the same thing about 2018.. it will just get better. Each year there is a different play style thrown into the RLCS.

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  • 9 octobre 2018 à 11:25
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    The only player ahead of his time back then was Kuxir97 rn he’s not the best but back then he could freestyle, double touch, helicopter all in one, something we’re still not used to and he could fly off the wall and hit angles like no other, only if it stayed like that

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  • 9 octobre 2018 à 11:25
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    The playstyle was very different thats for sure, but overall the pros in s1 were clearly better than champ 3 now. People play the more modern style (trying to be fast, double touch etc.) nowadays but the overall positioning and decision making was way better from s1 pros than from 2018 champs. Champs are really bad when it comes to that. They can do 1 airdribble or double touch from time to time and forget that the ratio is 1:100 and their positioning is absolute garbage OMEGALUL

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  • 9 octobre 2018 à 11:25
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  • 9 octobre 2018 à 11:25
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    everyone in diamond and low champ think theyre so good when reality is that they would get destroyed against pros back then, get real you are bad at the game, top fantasizing and git gud, if ur not c3/gc you wouldnt stand a chance. Stop pretending. #nottoxic

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  • 9 octobre 2018 à 11:25
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    Speaking of boost, has anyone gotten lens flared by standard yellow or standard green? On salty shores on ps4, played against someone with that boost and it was like a flashbang, literally blinding

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  • 9 octobre 2018 à 11:25
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    It’s not your average ranked play tho. They played like that with ALL the pressure. They were all rookies in pro sports. They weren’t used to it. If it was your first time on stage in that scenario I think it’d be different than you think. I think it’s a MUCH bigger question of “Can you handle the pressure of being on stage, with lights in your face, an unfamiliar set up, and knowing people are watching?”
    I think most champ players could beat them if it were ranked play and no pressure. But that’s not what you’re asking. It’s asking if they could win RLCS.

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  • 9 octobre 2018 à 11:25
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    I was using default camera settings and no ballcam and not picking up boost for the entire game during Season 1 haha

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  • 9 octobre 2018 à 11:25
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    Also fluump you definitely put in the hours to clap s1 maybe s2, don't listen to some of Deez hoes

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  • 9 octobre 2018 à 11:25
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    i have only been playing the game now for 1,5 year and i just hit champ 1, but i never thought of this. i think i would be a challenge for them but winning… i doubt it.

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  • 9 octobre 2018 à 11:25
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    Half flips, a very important mechanic wasn't there at the time. So that would've been a crucial factor. Also, off the wall aerials, ceiling shots, flip resets, backboard double touch shots were relatively unheard of as well.

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  • 9 octobre 2018 à 11:25
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    Sure. No amount of talent&effort can beat the level of skill produced by a community of competitors trying to win against each other year after year. I could also beat SlayerS Boxer in Starcraft in 2001, be a superstar in the 1950s NBA, get an olympic medal from the men's high jump competition in 1896, and offer a serious challenge to Adolf Anderssen or Wilhelm Steinitz playing chess in the 1860s.

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  • 9 octobre 2018 à 11:25
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    I’m D2 and I think about how kro was probably better than me when he was in RLCS season 1 and I gotta day that really makes me feel bad about myself.

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  • 9 octobre 2018 à 11:25
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    Big problem guys. Rocket league on Xbox just updated and now it doesn't show rankings! How do I know if I'm getting schooled by rookies now??

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  • 9 octobre 2018 à 11:25
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    This is not really a great topic, there is no argument here. People once sucked at the game, now they got better, that is not an interesting question it's just a fact. People had to evolve their game over time, if you happen to have massive amounts of more playtime than they have that would make you a veteran amongst noobs, it would not even be a fight. But it would make the evolution of the game faster because people would analyze your 2018 techniques and learn/evolve their game around that, you would technically push rocket leagues evolution forward in time by years, but still it's just not really ann argument, it's all just facts.

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  • 9 octobre 2018 à 11:25
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    As a mid diamond, I believe that a high diamond/low champ (not including pressure) has a shot at beating 2016 pros. When I grinded to d3 and stayed there for all of like 2 matches I saw a completely different level of play that went from trying not to whiff to trying to emulate the current pros

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  • 9 octobre 2018 à 11:25
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    I actually have a top 10 preseason RL player, top 100 Season 1 player on my friends list

    He's set at Champ 2 right now, but he's still played since the beginning (Not consistently though) if that means anything

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