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Need a 2v2 ladder partner: 6/3/2012 08:28:37


Grinche 
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I have only been a member since last weekend but I love playing in the ladders and other competitions. Current I'm at a 42% win rate in individual play and have yet to finish a team game so my partner will need to let me know if there are any protocols I need to adhere to. If you are interested let me know.
Need a 2v2 ladder partner: 6/3/2012 08:48:49


{RSP} Nike
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youu joined for a week and you'v decided to buy a warlight account? o.O
Need a 2v2 ladder partner: 6/3/2012 09:43:57


DeмoZ 
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Grinche i highly highly recommend playing some 2v2 games before joining the 2v2 ladder.
Need a 2v2 ladder partner: 6/3/2012 09:47:35


Grinche 
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i decided to buy the second day:) or late the first night
Need a 2v2 ladder partner: 6/4/2012 03:11:51

Me, of Course 
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Yeah, stay away from the ladder if you're that new. People won't kick your ass, they'll just casually walk up to you and snap your neck. That's what's happening to me, anyway...
Need a 2v2 ladder partner: 6/4/2012 03:21:00


DeмoZ 
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Like I said, play some 2v2's.

Ranked Games

Completed 39 ranked games (16 / 39)

1v1: 16 / 39 (41%)
2v2: 0 / 0 (0%}
Need a 2v2 ladder partner: 6/4/2012 03:22:43


Grinche 
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Thanks for the advice, I have a partner that is playing in some 2v2 games to see how we do together before we join the laddder.
Need a 2v2 ladder partner: 6/4/2012 22:31:46


J Russell Mikkelsen 
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I had never played a 2v2 before joining the 2v2 ladder. I think the best place to practice and learn is in the ladder itself. This is not the major leagues. It's warlight.

I'd ask some of the players you like and respect, and that're relatively near you, on the 1v1 ladder to see if they're interested in being your teammate.
Need a 2v2 ladder partner: 6/5/2012 00:49:16


devilnis 
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I disagree with people here - your 2v2 ladder stats are dependent upon your team, so you can "reset" your ladder rank by creating a new team with a new partner. Old games also expire and no longer go into calculating your ranking. There's absolutely no downside to losing on the 2v2 ladder other than the blow to your pride, and the 2v2 ladder is surely the best place to learn better how to play 2v2's by experience, especially if you take the time to review the games where you got schooled and try and understand what went wrong and what your enemies did better. Join up and tally-ho!
Need a 2v2 ladder partner: 6/5/2012 01:15:54


x 
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might as well join. you can always drop out and create a new team later, if the opposition is too strong.
Need a 2v2 ladder partner: 6/5/2012 13:59:30


Perrin3088 
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I agree that it's a great place to learn devilnis, just as I agree the 1v1 ladder is a great place to learn, primarily because you can judge how good your opponents are in both scenarios, and figure out why the better ones are better and the worse ones are worse, through playing them... in normal games you are left to determine those facts by yourself, and as a learning experience you may play someone you think is better, but in fact is just lucky, and teach yourself bad habits..

/smallwalloftext off
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