Mordhau
 AdoringFandalf
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Knight 8 14

Or me, ft10 me, fellow shieldy?

Knight 8 14

@Đ٣ąҜєM.livevorOrt said:

@Stouty said:
Drake aka eu resident shieldtrash actually refuses to duel me now which is hilarious

Maybe you should also add why I did.

Every time you got smacked ur ugly twat face, you ran across the entire. fucking. map. like speedy https://youtu.be/cc-3wVQuD7k?t=51
and wanted me to chase you. And not once, I remember at least 4 times.

I dont run from duels, I didnt fucking once, Im not Jason. If u wanna fight you can come to me any time, If you wanna play hide and seek, go to your local playgrounds where you belong.

Damn, thats some testosterone.

I say you duel Jason tomorrow, if you do not run @Đ٣ąҜєM.livevorOrt ?

Knight 8 14

Did you just @ me?

Knight 8 14

I can almost smell the fire pots already.

Knight 8 14

@AdoringFandalf said:
As 'Kirby' in this video, I'd like to point out a few things:

  • This playstyle is extremely frustrating to play against, I understand this and sympathise.

  • It IS possible to beat. If you have a developed understanding of stamina management and good footwork this can be beaten.

  • What It involves is faking an engagement to get your opponent to miss, then taking full advantage of the Second Wind perk to stamina drain them.

  • If they have missed, you will start with more stamina, thus given you are able to block hits, you will inevitably disarm them.

  • The whole style pivots around making an opponent miss attacks. If you play safely, avoiding using lunges (which can easily be dodged), it removes a lot of its power. A lot of people try to lunge, miss, then open themselves up to a stamina war. Any player who understands this mechanic will abuse an opponents lack of understanding.

  • If you rely on risky attacks, your style focuses on superior 'reading' of the game or faster reactions than your opponent, it will counter you. It is designed to punish poor footwork which is not something the general Mordhau player uses as the main part of their kit. Don't get me wrong, they use it, but they rely on other skills far more which the shield negates.

I'd like to thank Sanithur for taking part in this duel with me, he was a fine opponent and graceful in defeat. A true gentleman. I'd also like to thank Jason for capturing my questionably cancerous playstyle on video for the masses.

Also, trying to kick this loadout to avoid the facehug is possibly the worst thing you can do. Kicking is so easy to read and it can be easily dodged, as shown in the video. It wastes stamina, which simply empowers this loadout more.

Peace.

Knight 8 14

As 'Kirby' in this video, I'd like to point out a few things:

  • This playstyle is extremely frustrating to play against, I understand this and sympathise.

  • It IS possible to beat. If you have a developed understanding of stamina management and good footwork this can be beaten.

  • What It involves is faking an engagement to get your opponent to miss, then taking full advantage of the Second Wind perk to stamina drain them.

  • If they have missed, you will start with more stamina, thus given you are able to block hits, you will inevitably disarm them.

  • The whole style pivots around making an opponent miss attacks. If you play safely, avoiding using lunges (which can easily be dodged), it removes a lot of its power. A lot of people try to lunge, miss, then open themselves up to a stamina war. Any player who understands this mechanic will abuse an opponents lack of understanding.

  • If you rely on risky attacks, your style focuses on superior 'reading' of the game or faster reactions than your opponent, it will counter you. It is designed to punish poor footwork which is not something the general Mordhau player uses as the main part of their kit. Don't get me wrong, they use it, but they rely on other skills far more which the shield negates.

I'd like to thank Sanithur for taking part in this duel with me, he was a fine opponent and graceful in defeat. A true gentleman. I'd also like to thank Jason for capturing my questionably cancerous playstyle on video for the masses.

Knight 8 14
  • 12 Nov '18
 AdoringFandalf

On tourney, near the ammo box in the middle of the courtyard, you can get out of the map by climbing.

If you put an archers wall (the one you can shoot through the slit on) right next to the ammo box, you can climb on top of it.

Once you have climbed on it, you can climb on the balcony above and fall out of the map.

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Knight 8 14
  • 27 Aug '17
 AdoringFandalf

I'd like to take part in the EU 1v1 Duel and 3v3 Team Duel :)