Starting on a good note, you guys carried me through my freshman year of high school through depression and severe stress. I appreciate playing, shouting, and making jokes with you guys all the time. Ten manners were a blast to play, even if the other team had the most stacked team ever. I improved a series of skills from just playing 10 manners, skills that have real-life applications. Teamwork, controlling my emotions, and socializing are some examples. Now to Jailbreak, I started somewhere 2-3 years ago as a fairly laughable name, it was like "idk O-O," and I had the voice of literally a 3 year old. I didn't talk in jailbreak so I never really got into the community. There was one notable person that highlighted the start of my jailbreak experience, I think his name was "Mogs." He was friendly, approachable, and confident. I shortly became his friend and started to know him, and we even created a group just for the two of us. Unfortunately, his time on xG was cut short, he had mass freekilled and been permanently banned from CT. He never got on jailbreak after that incident, seeing that I had known no one else, I took a break from XenoGamers. I came back after that break, and was welcomed into the community.
XenoGamers wasn't always perfect for me, as shown by the example above and my last goodbye post.
I'll just list these things that ticked me off the most, it's really nit-picky, so I recommend you don't see it.
I hated when people said that something like Overwatch sucks, that it's not good, the competitive scene and the Meta specifically. The reason I hated people like that, even when I knew they were joking around, is because they had no experience in the current state of Overwatch, how it's drastically improved. People aren't playing GOATS in competitive, especially at masters and below. Please, actually get a feeling of the game.
I hated when people tilt from the start in 10 mans, I also have to admit I did it sometimes. I don't care if you're really bad at aiming, game sense, or just being a good teammate; just try your best.
I hated when discord staff received no repercussions through malicious actions.
Now that I've vented out my nitpicks, I'll list some people that were great friends and I'm glad they existed. @PotatoDoc @onlyalittlegay @Darrth @Dannypicacho @Jadow @Thrillhouse @Tatost @SegFault
Sorry if this post didn't flow too well, there were a lot of misshaped memories and it's 11 clock at night.
Well, as a (former) member of this community,