I was keeping an eye on the server throughout that day and staff were either on and off quickly or only on for a couple of rounds.
This was either yesterday or the day before, on Minecraft server. Insert and CCX both came online, and Cranger was still spectating. I believe it was actually him who said that, but like I said, it could’ve been someone else. I don’t know why this is such a big point of contention.
Also your mouse movement gives me a headache. How the hell does your brain not go “AHHHHHH WHAT THE FUCK” as you jump back and forth 24/7?
3.2 in game 400dpi and daily caffeine. It’s really why I play Gmod over CSGO, everything is just faster.
Like, you’d hit where the head should be and immediately dart away in a different direction, like you’re correcting yourself.
I’d like to see clips of this, since I firmly believe it’s the other way around. Because of the high sens, my longer distance flicks are almost never on target, and I have to make fast corrections. I know what you mean by “dart away”, though. Usually I’m either just trying to see someone’s nameplate so I don’t need to aim at them, or I’m just flicking around for the fun of the practice. I played TF2 for like 2500 hours before stopping 4 years ago, and Gmod brings back an opportunity to practice the flicking I spent so long developing, before being unable to use in CSGO.
I’d also like to note that, if you have any demos or clips or whatever, it’s useful to watch them in slow motion. I can almost guarantee that flicks that you think are landing on someone’s head, are actually landing near enough to someone’s head for it to look accurate when the game moves so fast. Coming from CSGO, where everyone you meet is actually cheating, a cheap aimbot will land centre-mass on someone’s head, making it very obvious when you slow the footage down. A really expensive aimbot probably has some mechanism to make it look more natural, but I doubt things like that even exist for a game like Gmod. Just slow the footage down and see where my crosshair actually lands. The number of times I complain about missed headshots should probably support the fact that my flicks tend to be “near enough” rather than actually on target.
I appreciate you staying neutral, I honestly don’t think I’ve seen you in the server that much so it’s nice to see you’re not bandwagoning. I’m not calling any staff members inexperienced, and I’m sure they know what to look for. As of right now, I know I don’t cheat, and I just want to find a way to convince staff of that.