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  • Raylol is the best

    Now that's a name I've not heard in a very long time... Best hvv player to ever live

    We should be so humbled by his true skill and mastery of HvV.

    I remain humbled to this day, just having been witness to his forum presence
  • unit900000 wrote: »
    IcedFreon wrote: »
    We've beaten what you all call the "best" numerous times

    Lmao I highly doubt that but I can setup a 4v4 if you want to put your money where your mouth is.

    We been trying to set up an official 4v4 with them for awhile. Our schedules never sync. Gotta be a weekend
  • IcedFreon wrote: »
    unit900000 wrote: »
    IcedFreon wrote: »
    We've beaten what you all call the "best" numerous times

    Lmao I highly doubt that but I can setup a 4v4 if you want to put your money where your mouth is.

    We been trying to set up an official 4v4 with them for awhile. Our schedules never sync. Gotta be a weekend

    I will message you on the weekend then.
    Dont act a fool and you wont get called out. PSN: DarthOdium- old PSN:unit900000
  • Dash
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    edited January 21
    IcedFreon wrote: »
    unit900000 wrote: »
    IcedFreon wrote: »
    We've beaten what you all call the "best" numerous times

    Lmao I highly doubt that but I can setup a 4v4 if you want to put your money where your mouth is.

    We been trying to set up an official 4v4 with them for awhile. Our schedules never sync. Gotta be a weekend

    You think that's hard? Picture this, 1998, Quake or Unreal Tournament, 56k internet from Bellsouth.net OR using NetZero free internet lol, anyways, we would use AIM messenger to communicate or IIRC, and then set up times to have matches in private lobbies lol. All the while using Winamp to listen to music. BRUH, it was CIA level coordination. 🤣
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  • I personally regard Galactic assault as the most difficult mode to be great in. There's many good players but for me to pick one is pretty difficult. Maybe one of those youtubers like numpteez or scizard because achieving such high hero killstreaks so consistently is very impressive.
  • Dash wrote: »
    Knew this would happen. Always comes down to "Measuring Sabers" on the forums. 🙄

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    🤣

    Yep, until we get private’s or some type of tournament/league play it’s all about beating up on randoms. Even a queued 4v4 match, fun as it may be, is from a super tiny sample size. I would love some type of competitive mode from a SW game, if we had one I’d be back today, still a fun thread though, we had a ton on the last game lol.
    Dash wrote: »
    Knew this would happen. Always comes down to "Measuring Sabers" on the forums. 🙄

    🤣

    Competition is fun.

    Nothing wrong with contesting the claims of others. Besides, finding new people to 4v4 will forever be more fun than playing bots in HvV.

    Absolutely, it’s one of the only reasons I play MP’s, shame my favorite franchise won’t do it with a 3rd person, or at least give us that option. They have cargo, dropzone, HvV( would need work but still), guess it’s fun to dream and hope lol.
  • unit900000 wrote: »
    IcedFreon wrote: »
    unit900000 wrote: »
    IcedFreon wrote: »
    We've beaten what you all call the "best" numerous times

    Lmao I highly doubt that but I can setup a 4v4 if you want to put your money where your mouth is.

    We been trying to set up an official 4v4 with them for awhile. Our schedules never sync. Gotta be a weekend

    I will message you on the weekend then.

    See you then 😃
    Confidence born of ignorance
  • moistboii wrote: »
    I personally regard Galactic assault as the most difficult mode to be great in. There's many good players but for me to pick one is pretty difficult. Maybe one of those youtubers like numpteez or scizard because achieving such high hero killstreaks so consistently is very impressive.

    Imma have to disagree, as a GA pretty much only player, it’s really easy to do good every game, all these youtubers play super aggressive and if they die they quit and find a new game, so I don’t consider them skilled. After looking at this thread, I realize that HvV is the best way to tell if someone is truly great or not. It’s too bad I never play it.
  • Mrdarlikjz wrote: »
    Okay lol, so I joined these forums in 2017 but I didn't really do much since, however I did see an old forum post where people were talking about the best battlefront 1&2 player's.
    I was thinking this still could be a relevant topic.
    So guy's/gal's.
    Who do you think are the best battlefront player's?
    P.S All Platforms

    I am for sure. //End topic.
  • Dash wrote: »
    IcedFreon wrote: »
    unit900000 wrote: »
    IcedFreon wrote: »
    We've beaten what you all call the "best" numerous times

    Lmao I highly doubt that but I can setup a 4v4 if you want to put your money where your mouth is.

    We been trying to set up an official 4v4 with them for awhile. Our schedules never sync. Gotta be a weekend

    You think that's hard? Picture this, 1998, Quake or Unreal Tournament, 56k internet from Bellsouth.net OR using NetZero free internet lol, anyways, we would use AIM messenger to communicate or IIRC, and then set up times to have matches in private lobbies lol. All the while using Winamp to listen to music. BRUH, it was CIA level coordination. 🤣

    I've been there . Had my Diamond Shotgun tech modem though. 112k!!!! Lol had to tie up two phone lines for that thing
  • Dash
    11739 posts Member
    IcedFreon wrote: »
    Dash wrote: »
    IcedFreon wrote: »
    unit900000 wrote: »
    IcedFreon wrote: »
    We've beaten what you all call the "best" numerous times

    Lmao I highly doubt that but I can setup a 4v4 if you want to put your money where your mouth is.

    We been trying to set up an official 4v4 with them for awhile. Our schedules never sync. Gotta be a weekend

    You think that's hard? Picture this, 1998, Quake or Unreal Tournament, 56k internet from Bellsouth.net OR using NetZero free internet lol, anyways, we would use AIM messenger to communicate or IIRC, and then set up times to have matches in private lobbies lol. All the while using Winamp to listen to music. BRUH, it was CIA level coordination. 🤣

    I've been there . Had my Diamond Shotgun tech modem though. 112k!!!! Lol had to tie up two phone lines for that thing

    Lol. The new generation has no clue was "The Dark Times " were like lol! 🤣
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  • moistboii wrote: »
    I personally regard Galactic assault as the most difficult mode to be great in. There's many good players but for me to pick one is pretty difficult. Maybe one of those youtubers like numpteez or scizard because achieving such high hero killstreaks so consistently is very impressive.

    Imma have to disagree, as a GA pretty much only player, it’s really easy to do good every game, all these youtubers play super aggressive and if they die they quit and find a new game, so I don’t consider them skilled. After looking at this thread, I realize that HvV is the best way to tell if someone is truly great or not. It’s too bad I never play it.

    Although I don't leave after dying, I still attempt streaks as it's what I enjoy to do the most. But to achieve the types of streaks these players do is still extremely impressive. Like a 140+ with Rey or getting multiple 150+ with Vader while playing solo, for example, isn't just a couple lucky games they happened to stumble into. That's an insanely impressive accomplishment imo. As for hvv, I know I'm not too good lol but I respect if someone can do well in it. I just value GA the most.
  • DarthLando
    2009 posts Member
    edited January 22
    -We beat those guys several times

    -I highly doubt that...when???

    -uhh....likeeeee...8 months ago, but trust me it happened

    -do it again

    -uh, we actually only play on the weekend

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  • IcedFreon
    955 posts Member
    edited January 22
    DarthLando wrote: »
    -We beat those guys several times

    -I highly doubt that...when???

    -uhh....likeeeee...8 months ago, but trust me it happened

    -do it again

    -uh, we actually only play on the weekend

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    Actually I wasn't referring to them as the team we've beaten several times it was empire_tw and crew. I've seen on here that it's been said they're the best. Aren't you part of that crew? Also no one said we only play on the weekend. That's when there's at least four of us on at all times. In any case, we welcome any challenges over the stock garbage that dice throws at us randomly.
  • IcedFreon wrote: »
    We've beaten what you all call the "best" numerous times

    You've been beaten quite easily
  • IcedFreon wrote: »
    DarthLando wrote: »
    -We beat those guys several times

    -I highly doubt that...when???

    -uhh....likeeeee...8 months ago, but trust me it happened

    -do it again

    -uh, we actually only play on the weekend

    7l63dyoo12s0.gif

    Actually I wasn't referring to them as the team we've beaten several times it was empire_tw and crew. I've seen on here that it's been said they're the best. Aren't you part of that crew? Also no one said we only play on the weekend. That's when there's at least four of us on at all times. In any case, we welcome any challenges over the stock garbage that dice throws at us randomly.

    Never claimed to be one of the best nor do I know anyone who claims me to be one of the best. Lero joined late but the other people I was playing with weren't "my crew" not for HvV anyway. I only really play GA with Kresus and Ronnie is just a discord friend I play with sometimes.
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  • IcedFreon wrote: »
    DarthLando wrote: »
    -We beat those guys several times

    -I highly doubt that...when???

    -uhh....likeeeee...8 months ago, but trust me it happened

    -do it again

    -uh, we actually only play on the weekend

    7l63dyoo12s0.gif

    Actually I wasn't referring to them as the team we've beaten several times it was empire_tw and crew. I've seen on here that it's been said they're the best. Aren't you part of that crew? Also no one said we only play on the weekend. That's when there's at least four of us on at all times. In any case, we welcome any challenges over the stock garbage that dice throws at us randomly.

    Lol Miamiwonka has owned you plenty of times
  • I’ve yet to play with or against anyone I would consider elite except for 2 of my buds
  • I’m not the best player, not by a long shot. But I think I’ve been lucky enough to play against some of the names mentioned here. Dunno if I’ll ever be “getgud”, but I’d love to play against/with all these top names just to see how well I’d do.

    Btw, I’m Socrates8Plato on PS4. Would change my name on here, but not sure how.
  • Chico
    670 posts Member
    moistboii wrote: »
    moistboii wrote: »
    I personally regard Galactic assault as the most difficult mode to be great in. There's many good players but for me to pick one is pretty difficult. Maybe one of those youtubers like numpteez or scizard because achieving such high hero killstreaks so consistently is very impressive.

    Imma have to disagree, as a GA pretty much only player, it’s really easy to do good every game, all these youtubers play super aggressive and if they die they quit and find a new game, so I don’t consider them skilled. After looking at this thread, I realize that HvV is the best way to tell if someone is truly great or not. It’s too bad I never play it.

    Although I don't leave after dying, I still attempt streaks as it's what I enjoy to do the most. But to achieve the types of streaks these players do is still extremely impressive. Like a 140+ with Rey or getting multiple 150+ with Vader while playing solo, for example, isn't just a couple lucky games they happened to stumble into. That's an insanely impressive accomplishment imo. As for hvv, I know I'm not too good lol but I respect if someone can do well in it. I just value GA the most.

    There are certain youtubers who may be good players but know how to make themselves look god-like. I saw one who got a massive killstreak with Palps, didn't show how he got Palps. 1 kill as officer with loads of battle commands. I was in the game and fairly certain he had one or two dedicated recharge officers. Which meant when he was Palps he had abilities pretty much always available. Seen him do the same with Lando too. Dedicated recharge officer, then later Finn alongside him. Massive killstreak but always just dashing in, using abilities and dashing out again. Hardly god-tier play.
  • NomiSunstrider
    3738 posts Member
    edited January 22
    moistboii wrote: »
    I personally regard Galactic assault as the most difficult mode to be great in. There's many good players but for me to pick one is pretty difficult. Maybe one of those youtubers like numpteez or scizard because achieving such high hero killstreaks so consistently is very impressive.

    Imma have to disagree, as a GA pretty much only player, it’s really easy to do good every game, all these youtubers play super aggressive and if they die they quit and find a new game, so I don’t consider them skilled. After looking at this thread, I realize that HvV is the best way to tell if someone is truly great or not. It’s too bad I never play it.

    HvV is only hero play. A good hero player doesnt mean he is a good trooper player.
    When the blaster only event was live, those who mained hvv and played sabers more, had no idea how to aim and do good with a blaster. So no Hvv is not a true measure of skill. Its being good in everything is.
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  • Psy3d
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    HvV is only hero play. A good hero player doesnt mean he is a good trooper player.
    When the blaster only event was live, those who mained hvv and played sabers more, had no idea how to aim and do good with a blaster. So no Hvv is not a true measure of skill. Its being good in everything is.

    And similarly a trooper/blaster hero main doesn't mean they will do well with sabers either. The boots on the ground event did show many of the "pro's" weren't able to farm noobs in GA like they would normally do with Ani/Luke/Palp/Vader. And I personally don't consider players with high kill count in GA/CS = best players. Skilled for sure and above average but not the "best". Farming a route where noobs are, lurking map edges with abilities, getting boosted by fellow party plebs....isn't skill IMHO. HvV, with absolute randoms, is where I consider one to be good....yes it's just my personal opinion, seen very few players and not worth a mention.

    Btw thread's pretty disappointing...not a single vid of these "best" players in action :D
  • Psy3d wrote: »
    HvV is only hero play. A good hero player doesnt mean he is a good trooper player.
    When the blaster only event was live, those who mained hvv and played sabers more, had no idea how to aim and do good with a blaster. So no Hvv is not a true measure of skill. Its being good in everything is.

    And similarly a trooper/blaster hero main doesn't mean they will do well with sabers either. The boots on the ground event did show many of the "pro's" weren't able to farm noobs in GA like they would normally do with Ani/Luke/Palp/Vader. And I personally don't consider players with high kill count in GA/CS = best players. Skilled for sure and above average but not the "best". Farming a route where noobs are, lurking map edges with abilities, getting boosted by fellow party plebs....isn't skill IMHO. HvV, with absolute randoms, is where I consider one to be good....yes it's just my personal opinion, seen very few players and not worth a mention.

    Btw thread's pretty disappointing...not a single vid of these "best" players in action :D

    HvV is where you judge whether or not someone is good? C'mon man haha it's a bugs nest and full of lightsabers.

    GA is the only place to determine a good or bad player. That's done by seeing who gets to hero first most frequently using assault and specialist (not officer like you :P). Then how effective they are at objective play and controlling the enemy heroes and troopers.

    The best time to see who is best is when all the other good players are in the same game as well.

    Also boots on the ground is a good indicator of who are great trooper players.
  • Psy3d wrote: »
    HvV is only hero play. A good hero player doesnt mean he is a good trooper player.
    When the blaster only event was live, those who mained hvv and played sabers more, had no idea how to aim and do good with a blaster. So no Hvv is not a true measure of skill. Its being good in everything is.

    And similarly a trooper/blaster hero main doesn't mean they will do well with sabers either. The boots on the ground event did show many of the "pro's" weren't able to farm noobs in GA like they would normally do with Ani/Luke/Palp/Vader. And I personally don't consider players with high kill count in GA/CS = best players. Skilled for sure and above average but not the "best". Farming a route where noobs are, lurking map edges with abilities, getting boosted by fellow party plebs....isn't skill IMHO. HvV, with absolute randoms, is where I consider one to be good....yes it's just my personal opinion, seen very few players and not worth a mention.

    Btw thread's pretty disappointing...not a single vid of these "best" players in action :D

    HvV is where you judge whether or not someone is good? C'mon man haha it's a bugs nest and full of lightsabers.

    GA is the only place to determine a good or bad player. That's done by seeing who gets to hero first most frequently using assault and specialist (not officer like you :P). Then how effective they are at objective play and controlling the enemy heroes and troopers.

    The best time to see who is best is when all the other good players are in the same game as well.

    Also boots on the ground is a good indicator of who are great trooper players.

    GA hero mains that don’t Play HvV are fodder for any decent HvV player.
  • CC_1010 wrote: »
    Psy3d wrote: »
    HvV is only hero play. A good hero player doesnt mean he is a good trooper player.
    When the blaster only event was live, those who mained hvv and played sabers more, had no idea how to aim and do good with a blaster. So no Hvv is not a true measure of skill. Its being good in everything is.

    And similarly a trooper/blaster hero main doesn't mean they will do well with sabers either. The boots on the ground event did show many of the "pro's" weren't able to farm noobs in GA like they would normally do with Ani/Luke/Palp/Vader. And I personally don't consider players with high kill count in GA/CS = best players. Skilled for sure and above average but not the "best". Farming a route where noobs are, lurking map edges with abilities, getting boosted by fellow party plebs....isn't skill IMHO. HvV, with absolute randoms, is where I consider one to be good....yes it's just my personal opinion, seen very few players and not worth a mention.

    Btw thread's pretty disappointing...not a single vid of these "best" players in action :D

    HvV is where you judge whether or not someone is good? C'mon man haha it's a bugs nest and full of lightsabers.

    GA is the only place to determine a good or bad player. That's done by seeing who gets to hero first most frequently using assault and specialist (not officer like you :P). Then how effective they are at objective play and controlling the enemy heroes and troopers.

    The best time to see who is best is when all the other good players are in the same game as well.

    Also boots on the ground is a good indicator of who are great trooper players.

    GA hero mains that don’t Play HvV are fodder for any decent HvV player.

    That statement is just plain wrong. I very rarely play HvV and I can still whoop A in HvV if I ever play it. Whether or not I vs hardcore HvV players or not. Also, on the contrary, when players I know who are diehard HvV players come over to GA, I'm still better than them with the heroes. But hey, I'll admit I'm an anomaly. Still, just because someone mains HvV doesn't mean they are good with troopers or objective play or controlling the enemy team in a GA match. I'd say one in 20 HvV players who are genuinely good at HvV also are good with troopers in GA. Seriously there is not many. Most rely on officers to get a hero.

    Too much HvV can lead to a lack of awareness of what's going on in GA. Also these HvV guys have this habit of joining GA games as groups ALL THE TIME. So they get a false sense of superiority. If they ever play in GA games alone (practically never), they usually suck.
  • The one true goat is a player using Leia that's playing in a group of randoms in HVV getting the highest score and winning the game. lol Jokes aside, I think the best player is subjective. HVV, though it is the only mode I play these days, it doesn't take a ton of skill to be good at it. None of the heroes are actually hard to do well with aside from Leia. plus the bugs are endless. haha I think doing well in GA is much harder. especially if you're solo all the time. Awareness has to be much higher than in HVV as there's a crap ton of things you have to look out for compared to HVV (troopers, their heroes, star fighters etc). Why I like HVV, it's a bugs nest no doubt but GA tends to be too chaotic for me. so I think a player who can do well in both modes with multiple heroes and trooper classes (while being a good teammate ofc) is someone I would rank as a great player or the best "type" of player. Especially if they're doing all of this solo. Anybody can be good to great in a premade group.
  • DoctachCJ wrote: »
    The one true goat is a player using Leia that's playing in a group of randoms in HVV getting the highest score and winning the game. lol Jokes aside, I think the best player is subjective. HVV, though it is the only mode I play these days, it doesn't take a ton of skill to be good at it. None of the heroes are actually hard to do well with aside from Leia. plus the bugs are endless. haha I think doing well in GA is much harder. especially if you're solo all the time. Awareness has to be much higher than in HVV as there's a crap ton of things you have to look out for compared to HVV (troopers, their heroes, star fighters etc). Why I like HVV, it's a bugs nest no doubt but GA tends to be too chaotic for me. so I think a player who can do well in both modes with multiple heroes and trooper classes (while being a good teammate ofc) is someone I would rank as a great player or the best "type" of player. Especially if they're doing all of this solo. Anybody can be good to great in a premade group.

    I know you're joking but Leia can actually be very good against randoms LOL. It's against good players when she gets farmed.
  • CC_1010 wrote: »
    Psy3d wrote: »
    HvV is only hero play. A good hero player doesnt mean he is a good trooper player.
    When the blaster only event was live, those who mained hvv and played sabers more, had no idea how to aim and do good with a blaster. So no Hvv is not a true measure of skill. Its being good in everything is.

    And similarly a trooper/blaster hero main doesn't mean they will do well with sabers either. The boots on the ground event did show many of the "pro's" weren't able to farm noobs in GA like they would normally do with Ani/Luke/Palp/Vader. And I personally don't consider players with high kill count in GA/CS = best players. Skilled for sure and above average but not the "best". Farming a route where noobs are, lurking map edges with abilities, getting boosted by fellow party plebs....isn't skill IMHO. HvV, with absolute randoms, is where I consider one to be good....yes it's just my personal opinion, seen very few players and not worth a mention.

    Btw thread's pretty disappointing...not a single vid of these "best" players in action :D

    HvV is where you judge whether or not someone is good? C'mon man haha it's a bugs nest and full of lightsabers.

    GA is the only place to determine a good or bad player. That's done by seeing who gets to hero first most frequently using assault and specialist (not officer like you :P). Then how effective they are at objective play and controlling the enemy heroes and troopers.

    The best time to see who is best is when all the other good players are in the same game as well.

    Also boots on the ground is a good indicator of who are great trooper players.

    GA hero mains that don’t Play HvV are fodder for any decent HvV player.

    This is true
  • DoctachCJ wrote: »
    The one true goat is a player using Leia that's playing in a group of randoms in HVV getting the highest score and winning the game. lol Jokes aside, I think the best player is subjective. HVV, though it is the only mode I play these days, it doesn't take a ton of skill to be good at it. None of the heroes are actually hard to do well with aside from Leia. plus the bugs are endless. haha I think doing well in GA is much harder. especially if you're solo all the time. Awareness has to be much higher than in HVV as there's a crap ton of things you have to look out for compared to HVV (troopers, their heroes, star fighters etc). Why I like HVV, it's a bugs nest no doubt but GA tends to be too chaotic for me. so I think a player who can do well in both modes with multiple heroes and trooper classes (while being a good teammate ofc) is someone I would rank as a great player or the best "type" of player. Especially if they're doing all of this solo. Anybody can be good to great in a premade group.

    I know you're joking but Leia can actually be very good against randoms LOL. It's against good players when she gets farmed.

    Haha, she has her moments, not many of them, but she does have them. LOL you're right though, she can totally shred maul's with her rapid fire ability with the right cards if the Maul is just abusing his swings!
  • NomiSunstrider
    3738 posts Member
    edited January 22
    CC_1010 wrote: »
    Psy3d wrote: »
    HvV is only hero play. A good hero player doesnt mean he is a good trooper player.
    When the blaster only event was live, those who mained hvv and played sabers more, had no idea how to aim and do good with a blaster. So no Hvv is not a true measure of skill. Its being good in everything is.

    And similarly a trooper/blaster hero main doesn't mean they will do well with sabers either. The boots on the ground event did show many of the "pro's" weren't able to farm noobs in GA like they would normally do with Ani/Luke/Palp/Vader. And I personally don't consider players with high kill count in GA/CS = best players. Skilled for sure and above average but not the "best". Farming a route where noobs are, lurking map edges with abilities, getting boosted by fellow party plebs....isn't skill IMHO. HvV, with absolute randoms, is where I consider one to be good....yes it's just my personal opinion, seen very few players and not worth a mention.

    Btw thread's pretty disappointing...not a single vid of these "best" players in action :D

    HvV is where you judge whether or not someone is good? C'mon man haha it's a bugs nest and full of lightsabers.

    GA is the only place to determine a good or bad player. That's done by seeing who gets to hero first most frequently using assault and specialist (not officer like you :P). Then how effective they are at objective play and controlling the enemy heroes and troopers.

    The best time to see who is best is when all the other good players are in the same game as well.

    Also boots on the ground is a good indicator of who are great trooper players.

    GA hero mains that don’t Play HvV are fodder for any decent HvV player.

    And hvv mains who havent played GA are fodder as well for any decent GA player.

    This isnt about strict hero play, but about overall efectiveness and skill to do good with everything in the game.
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  • CC_1010
    3293 posts Member
    CC_1010 wrote: »
    Psy3d wrote: »
    HvV is only hero play. A good hero player doesnt mean he is a good trooper player.
    When the blaster only event was live, those who mained hvv and played sabers more, had no idea how to aim and do good with a blaster. So no Hvv is not a true measure of skill. Its being good in everything is.

    And similarly a trooper/blaster hero main doesn't mean they will do well with sabers either. The boots on the ground event did show many of the "pro's" weren't able to farm noobs in GA like they would normally do with Ani/Luke/Palp/Vader. And I personally don't consider players with high kill count in GA/CS = best players. Skilled for sure and above average but not the "best". Farming a route where noobs are, lurking map edges with abilities, getting boosted by fellow party plebs....isn't skill IMHO. HvV, with absolute randoms, is where I consider one to be good....yes it's just my personal opinion, seen very few players and not worth a mention.

    Btw thread's pretty disappointing...not a single vid of these "best" players in action :D

    HvV is where you judge whether or not someone is good? C'mon man haha it's a bugs nest and full of lightsabers.

    GA is the only place to determine a good or bad player. That's done by seeing who gets to hero first most frequently using assault and specialist (not officer like you :P). Then how effective they are at objective play and controlling the enemy heroes and troopers.

    The best time to see who is best is when all the other good players are in the same game as well.

    Also boots on the ground is a good indicator of who are great trooper players.

    GA hero mains that don’t Play HvV are fodder for any decent HvV player.

    And hvv mains who havent played GA are fodder as well for any decent GA player.

    This isnt about strict hero play, but about overall efectiveness and skill to do good with everything in the game.

    Not in hero vs hero combat.
  • NomiSunstrider
    3738 posts Member
    edited January 22
    CC_1010 wrote: »
    CC_1010 wrote: »
    Psy3d wrote: »
    HvV is only hero play. A good hero player doesnt mean he is a good trooper player.
    When the blaster only event was live, those who mained hvv and played sabers more, had no idea how to aim and do good with a blaster. So no Hvv is not a true measure of skill. Its being good in everything is.

    And similarly a trooper/blaster hero main doesn't mean they will do well with sabers either. The boots on the ground event did show many of the "pro's" weren't able to farm noobs in GA like they would normally do with Ani/Luke/Palp/Vader. And I personally don't consider players with high kill count in GA/CS = best players. Skilled for sure and above average but not the "best". Farming a route where noobs are, lurking map edges with abilities, getting boosted by fellow party plebs....isn't skill IMHO. HvV, with absolute randoms, is where I consider one to be good....yes it's just my personal opinion, seen very few players and not worth a mention.

    Btw thread's pretty disappointing...not a single vid of these "best" players in action :D

    HvV is where you judge whether or not someone is good? C'mon man haha it's a bugs nest and full of lightsabers.

    GA is the only place to determine a good or bad player. That's done by seeing who gets to hero first most frequently using assault and specialist (not officer like you :P). Then how effective they are at objective play and controlling the enemy heroes and troopers.

    The best time to see who is best is when all the other good players are in the same game as well.

    Also boots on the ground is a good indicator of who are great trooper players.

    GA hero mains that don’t Play HvV are fodder for any decent HvV player.

    And hvv mains who havent played GA are fodder as well for any decent GA player.

    This isnt about strict hero play, but about overall efectiveness and skill to do good with everything in the game.

    Not in hero vs hero combat.

    You mean saber vs saber combat, because GA players have actually better aim and control of blaster characters than those that play sabers.
    So in reality, hvv mains are only better with sabers, and that was apparent in Boots on the ground event.
    ''The difference between a fall and a sacrifice is sometimes difficult, but I feel he understood that difference, more than anyone knew. The galaxy would have fallen if he had not gone to war. Perhaps he became the Dark Lord out of necessity to prevent a greater evil''
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  • CC_1010 wrote: »
    CC_1010 wrote: »
    Psy3d wrote: »
    HvV is only hero play. A good hero player doesnt mean he is a good trooper player.
    When the blaster only event was live, those who mained hvv and played sabers more, had no idea how to aim and do good with a blaster. So no Hvv is not a true measure of skill. Its being good in everything is.

    And similarly a trooper/blaster hero main doesn't mean they will do well with sabers either. The boots on the ground event did show many of the "pro's" weren't able to farm noobs in GA like they would normally do with Ani/Luke/Palp/Vader. And I personally don't consider players with high kill count in GA/CS = best players. Skilled for sure and above average but not the "best". Farming a route where noobs are, lurking map edges with abilities, getting boosted by fellow party plebs....isn't skill IMHO. HvV, with absolute randoms, is where I consider one to be good....yes it's just my personal opinion, seen very few players and not worth a mention.

    Btw thread's pretty disappointing...not a single vid of these "best" players in action :D

    HvV is where you judge whether or not someone is good? C'mon man haha it's a bugs nest and full of lightsabers.

    GA is the only place to determine a good or bad player. That's done by seeing who gets to hero first most frequently using assault and specialist (not officer like you :P). Then how effective they are at objective play and controlling the enemy heroes and troopers.

    The best time to see who is best is when all the other good players are in the same game as well.

    Also boots on the ground is a good indicator of who are great trooper players.

    GA hero mains that don’t Play HvV are fodder for any decent HvV player.

    And hvv mains who havent played GA are fodder as well for any decent GA player.

    This isnt about strict hero play, but about overall efectiveness and skill to do good with everything in the game.

    Not in hero vs hero combat.

    Lol that's true. As I rarely play bigger modes, I have no practice with Hero vs Infantry combat. But it's hilarious how easy it is to melt an enemy hero in GA or CS if I'm a hero too.

    It seems that the better a hero player is in a bigger mode, the more likely he'll run away from my hero.
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  • Ppong_Man12
    3042 posts Member
    edited January 22
    There’s a $500 or $600 dropzone tournament about to happen on Xbox in February. If any of the great players here wanna see how good they are against some pretty stiff competition. If your good with a blaster,(can aim), and can play fast or keep up with the game speed it should be fun. It’ll be on twitch. You guys that dominate on GA, CS, or HvV as blaster mains should give it a try.
  • Psy3d
    1097 posts Member
    That's done by seeing who gets to hero first most frequently using assault and specialist (not officer like you :P).

    I use assault and officer ;) And lately the amount of officer boosts been going on at the start of the match...it's easier to get 4k with assault than officer after some shotgun spamming and throwing rockets @ obective or running around in circles around the objective stacking up on kills as I'll be recharge boosted by some officer anyway. I have never seen a specialist doing well for points apart from Crait map. Anyway for me the quest to find best players in the US-O and AU server continues...
  • NomiSunstrider
    3738 posts Member
    edited January 22
    Psy3d wrote: »
    That's done by seeing who gets to hero first most frequently using assault and specialist (not officer like you :P).

    I use assault and officer ;) And lately the amount of officer boosts been going on at the start of the match...it's easier to get 4k with assault than officer after some shotgun spamming and throwing rockets @ obective or running around in circles around the objective stacking up on kills as I'll be recharge boosted by some officer anyway. I have never seen a specialist doing well for points apart from Crait map. Anyway for me the quest to find best players in the US-O and AU server continues...

    Specialist can get points as fast as assault can.
    ''The difference between a fall and a sacrifice is sometimes difficult, but I feel he understood that difference, more than anyone knew. The galaxy would have fallen if he had not gone to war. Perhaps he became the Dark Lord out of necessity to prevent a greater evil''
    9qkoakxcje0l.gif

  • Raylol is the best

    Now that's a name I've not heard in a very long time... Best hvv player to ever live

    We should be so humbled by his true skill and mastery of HvV.
    There's only one true humbler around here.
    Your journey nears its end.
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  • I got a 500 killstreak as Anakin in CO-OP so that makes me a total pro
  • I got a 500 killstreak as Anakin in CO-OP so that makes me a total pro
  • Wouldn't the best SWBF players be the ones who can use any item in the game and play any mode in the game and have success? Some might be great HvV players but if they're lost in GA or any other mode, then are they really that great a SWBF player? Just because a person might excel in a certain mode doesn't make them a great SWBF player.
  • There’s a $500 or $600 dropzone tournament about to happen on Xbox in February. If any of the great players here wanna see how good they are against some pretty stiff competition. If your good with a blaster,(can aim), and can play fast or keep up with the game speed it should be fun. It’ll be on twitch. You guys that dominate on GA, CS, or HvV as blaster mains should give it a try.

    I'll like to watch this. That mode was awesome, but I was very aware I sucked at it. If I still had practice, and a good controller with a software that allow me to remap it entirely, I'd love some Starfighter competition, but the only maps where FS was really fun were the 2 Death Star and the 1 Scarif flying maps. All the rest felt very bland (Bespin was OK, but too much empty space, the rest was just about emptiness).
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  • There’s a $500 or $600 dropzone tournament about to happen on Xbox in February. If any of the great players here wanna see how good they are against some pretty stiff competition. If your good with a blaster,(can aim), and can play fast or keep up with the game speed it should be fun. It’ll be on twitch. You guys that dominate on GA, CS, or HvV as blaster mains should give it a try.

    I'll like to watch this. That mode was awesome, but I was very aware I sucked at it. If I still had practice, and a good controller with a software that allow me to remap it entirely, I'd love some Starfighter competition, but the only maps where FS was really fun were the 2 Death Star and the 1 Scarif flying maps. All the rest felt very bland (Bespin was OK, but too much empty space, the rest was just about emptiness).


    I miss it in bf2 with the new maps, really wish they would have added it and cargo to this game,
  • I thought about creating a PvP ladder on here. Obviously there’s no actual private matches, so doing 1v1’s would probably take too long for everyone to set up. However a 2v2 ladder could work.

    You sign up with a partner, & can only challenge up to 2 spots ahead. So if you sign up as, for example team #10, you can only challenge team numbers #8 & #9. The goal is to advance to & defend the #1 spot.

    The problem is fair matches. The Dark Side is obviously better, so you’d have to at least do 1 match on each side, however then if it’s a tie 1-1, & you do another round, whoever has the DS will still have the advantage so IDK.
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  • DarthLando wrote: »
    I thought about creating a PvP ladder on here. Obviously there’s no actual private matches, so doing 1v1’s would probably take too long for everyone to set up. However a 2v2 ladder could work.

    You sign up with a partner, & can only challenge up to 2 spots ahead. So if you sign up as, for example team #10, you can only challenge team numbers #8 & #9. The goal is to advance to & defend the #1 spot.

    The problem is fair matches. The Dark Side is obviously better, so you’d have to at least do 1 match on each side, however then if it’s a tie 1-1, & you do another round, whoever has the DS will still have the advantage so IDK.

    Another reason private matches would be great.
  • Psy3d wrote: »
    That's done by seeing who gets to hero first most frequently using assault and specialist (not officer like you :P).

    I use assault and officer ;) And lately the amount of officer boosts been going on at the start of the match...it's easier to get 4k with assault than officer after some shotgun spamming and throwing rockets @ obective or running around in circles around the objective stacking up on kills as I'll be recharge boosted by some officer anyway. I have never seen a specialist doing well for points apart from Crait map. Anyway for me the quest to find best players in the US-O and AU server continues...

    Specialist can get points as fast as assault can.

    I specifically farm vehicles, turrets, and shield users with the NT just because of this fact
  • CT_93921 wrote: »

    I specifically farm vehicles, turrets, and shield users with the NT just because of this fact

    Bless you, sometimes I just get on tanks in CS to see how long it takes people to try and actually stop me with anti-tank. I've had games where people just allowed me to roll a TX-130 onto point D in Genosis, cap and sit there.
  • DarthLando wrote: »
    I thought about creating a PvP ladder on here. Obviously there’s no actual private matches, so doing 1v1’s would probably take too long for everyone to set up. However a 2v2 ladder could work.

    You sign up with a partner, & can only challenge up to 2 spots ahead. So if you sign up as, for example team #10, you can only challenge team numbers #8 & #9. The goal is to advance to & defend the #1 spot.

    The problem is fair matches. The Dark Side is obviously better, so you’d have to at least do 1 match on each side, however then if it’s a tie 1-1, & you do another round, whoever has the DS will still have the advantage so IDK.

    We set up a "private match" last night with some people we'd just met. It was fun. Only took a couple times to sync up. It can be done
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