@raesONE said in Come on man:
It has always been a trend for some people to back out of games as soon as they realise they're the away team. That's okay I guess, I understand if you're about to play a big RS game or if you're in a deep BR run that you prefer home advantage.
But now people back out if the rating slider in BR doesn't end up low enough before finding a matchup, scared they'll face a good player. People back out if I select the top pitcher in my rotation. It's getting ridiculous, I'm only 7-0 and I've been looking for a game for about 20 minutes now. Just play bro.
I’ve never gone 12-0 in BR. I made to 10-0 a couple of times but ended up 11-2 twice. I’ll take any old [censored] game until I get to about 7-8 wins and no losses. Then I’ll start to do exactly what you’re complaining about. Trying to cherry pick opponents based on various factors. Now, in my opinion, the games to quit are the ones where they zoom up and down the lineup, checking for any lag and to see if they’re the away team or home team. If I’m 9-0 and you start doing that, I’m backing out. Why? Well you’re clearly experienced enough to understand the game and what benefits you. That doesn’t benefit me at all. Laggy at line up screen? I’m backing out. That’s never good.
Basically, the ideal game is someone who just hits X on their pitcher and start at the line up screen. If I’m 9-0, the rating bar expanded beyond 1500-2400 or whatever and you don’t bother checking if the games laggy or if you’re the away team before you spam through the pre game screens, I probably won’t get a better match up based on all known evidence. You don’t get much to go on, but if you can gain an edge in any way, rather than face a guy like RaesONE or worse, you have to do it. Especially if you’re a couple of wins from Chipper. Sorry you’re getting pissed off trying to find a game because of it though, lol.