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Post  lazydot on Mon Feb 18, 2013 3:48 am

Hey dudes and dudettes!

I'm also the former sgta student, had the luck to be one of the first ones and thus being in advantage of having more time of our instructors, as we had more instructors than students back then. As I joined SGTA I was also known for being the master instructor of quick death - or how to die as first one in your team no matter the tank and map you are playing..

Over the time, as I was getting older and slower, I lost this ability a bit, but nothing can replace these old glorious days me being dead in my BT-2 watching Waspy's micro maus being last man standing, still getting 7-8 more kills while being surrounded by 2/3 of the dead enemy tanks from all sides on the bloody fields of campinovka :-)

Still trying to learn and improve and there is more than enough room for it, at least as long as my WR is not at 100% :-)

Have a great time in SGT-Academy and don't forget to join our "Academy HQ" channel with "proacademy" as password to chat with former SGTA instructors and students, asking for advise or platoons/team company's.
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Re: Sir dot, the lazy one

Post  Guest on Mon Feb 18, 2013 4:06 am

You used to enjoy your m8easy for most part in our practice games...
albeit fairly discouraged about facing higher tier enemies, but a few courses and weakspot knowledges later, and you do quite fine.

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Re: Sir dot, the lazy one

Post  lazydot on Mon Feb 18, 2013 4:24 am

Oh yes, I loved my easy 8, US line was also the first line I had reached tier 8, 9 and 10 (all meds).

Replay file reviews coupled with 1 on 1 training battles to learn basics like terrain usage, circling and counter circling, brawling, side and face hugging as well as weak spot trainings together with huge amount of youtube videos, wiki's and replay files were what I've started with. More in depth/advanced techniques hold by you were those small cherry's on top of the cake, which allowed an average player to become a good one :-)

Oh and btw, as I joined SGTA my highest tier was tier 3, which was BT-7 back then and shortly thereafter the mighty Luchs, which I rage sold after its MM was nerfed around patch 8.0. And, I was the very first student to successfully finish the normal curriculum study
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Re: Sir dot, the lazy one

Post  Vallu01 on Mon Feb 18, 2013 5:16 am

Herr Dot der Lazy!

You were one the first people I platooned in SGTA and used voice comms. You kept talking about your former hobbies with computers, (and didn't shut up) most of which I didn't understand anything about and was thinking "what did I get myself into?"
Time has passed and we still platoon with voice comms, topics have changed, but you still don't shut up! Laughing

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Re: Sir dot, the lazy one

Post  Guest on Mon Feb 18, 2013 7:34 am

True... I got very agitated by all the random comments during my classes, especially considering I couldn't understand a word of what he was saying.

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Re: Sir dot, the lazy one

Post  Ding760 on Mon Feb 18, 2013 10:11 am

lol sir dot...the lazy one...in every way except the mouth haha! XD

Well done to lazy for finishing the old curriculum. Very few managed that for the old curriculum (the one we don't use anymore).
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