It's been a while, but I am back for my occasional forum visit! It's always fun taking a trip down memory lane, something I have been doing a bit more frequently since the beginning of the pandemic.
I would like to quickly say congrats to Milkyy and Fr0ot on VP and President! Super cool, and I'm sure Jerry has good faith in your hands!
Secondly, anyone from 2013-2014 (especially those that went to MLG Columbus) that are still around, shoot me a way to contact you! Just looking to ge
Hi guys its Trivium! Long time no talk? Anyways, we had an outbreak within Agent eSports, which spread onto Twitter. It infuriated me and I immediately though of vVv and The Five Pillars. For those who don't know I am an ex member of vVv, and I still love this organization! Many don't know, Jerry is a huge inspiration and one of my most favorite people in the world! I spoke to him a few times before, but when we met at MLG Columbus back in November, I was awe-stricken by the amount of intelligen
So, I am officially returning Black Angel Gaming. This is a team designed to develop not only mine, but other local talent in the Pittsburgh area. I am currently talking to a few players locally, some followed by pros/top am's and one by vVv Gaming its self. Once the final roster is fully confirmed I will make another blog releasing the details. As I mentioned in my away post, this is not full time at all. Just enough time per week to develop to play a LAN monthly, and keep brushed up on the fee
So while I'm away I want to try to do at least one blog entry a week just to stay a bit active. Once again my post is in our away section, but as of now its until May 10th. I'm currently on a bus headed to Penn State University Park campus so I have plenty of time on my hands (Three hours to be exact). I promise I'll try to make these as entertaining as possible
So I am nearing around half a year here as a member of vVv. I had the chance to develop a relationship with many people at MLG
So who knows how long this is going to be but basically I am going to be explaining a bit of my lack of activity lately. I have had a lot going on but it's stuff I want to get out.
One of my main reasons for a lack of activity is the lack of a passion for Call of Duty Ghosts. I have been playing it yes, but enjoying it is a total other story. It is one thing to get irritated and upset with a game every once and a while, but I was at the point where it was every game, and I lost interest in
So due to issues I've run into with terms and conditions in places like Twitch and my own troubles with a clean stream, I am postponing vVv Movie Night until next week. Sorry for posing this only 7 hours before hand but I have been grinding different things out to use until ten mins ago, where I've ran out of options. My best bet right now was using any meeting, but still had a choppy stream (because its a screen share). So I have to ask help from anyone who can.
1) Where can we stream priv
This blog will have a lot of spoilers which contain videos in them from my past. Some I have edited, been in, or created the whole thing. Each I will tell you my involvement and it will show you why I don't use a personal youtube anymore. YT is not out of the question still, I just like live streaming a lot more, and still need a good device to do that. But since all of my money is in Columbus at the moment, it will be a while until I can stream.
So lets get down to business. My first exper
I guess I will be able just to get right into this one. With a few of my buddies from vVv (who I will list below later), we formed team Oxide within the past week. We've already had the advantage of playing with some awesome teams thanks to vVv and we hope to start tearing up the CoD AM tourneys soon! Here is the official announcement from HeYYiTzPaT's youtube channel!
Our practices are streamed on twitch thanks to pat as well! This is the link to his twitch channel Following both channel
So I do have my introduction in the forums somewhere, but this is a little more personal, and game specific. My background in gaming communities goes back a long time.
During MW2, which was my first Call of Duty, I got a lot of messages saying, "Doing tryouts for this clan", or "If you want to join a clan message me". At the time I didn't understand why anyone would want to join any kind of clan. I didn't see how it would be a big deal or how it could improve me as a gamer. Black Ops was
I love Zombies just as much as the next guy, but my room mates friends don't understand I prefer to play competitive multiplayer than run in circles for three hours. It would definitely be one story if they were really good, but when I have to put everybody on my back every round because they decide to go down literally on the other side of the tranzit map (because they don't have the DLC) theres nothing I can do.
Seriously, do they want me to use the random light pole teleports and more t
So I'm sure for anyone who is currently or has experienced going to college and staying on campus, we all have had the common worry of, "What is my room mate going to be like?" Some people are fortunate enough to know their room mate prior to moving in and it eases the process a bit (but you still would have to room with your best friend and knowing how me and by friend are we wouldn't get anything done).
As for my experience, on move in day I knew nobody in my school. Being 40 minutes fro
I don't think anyone on the forums knows, but I have recently been canned by my, now ex-girlfriend, of two years. Maybe it is a good time, college starting, being away 5 days a week at least (since I am close to home I can go back whenever), and her own personal worries, but the reasoning she stated was the most wrongful reason I have ever heard.
She claims I play too much CoD. Yes I played from 4-12am in high school Monday through Thursday, but she never made plans to change my habits.