Cod mobiles matchmaking is so much better than mw it’s actually kinda funny. Casual and ranked actually feel like casual and ranked. I’m sick of mw constantly having me go from dropping 40-15 to 32-30
Now that the regular season is over, we are discussing end of the year awards and MVP is always a hot topic. I find it frustrating that once again, almost all the talk and hype is about quarterbacks. The last time a non QB won the MVP was in 2012 when Adrian Peterson nearly broke Dickerson's rushing record and carried the Vikings to the playoffs. In the last 20 years, only 3 MVP awards have ever been given to non QB's (a WR has never won MVP). It seems that unless another player can break a single season record, they won't even be in the discussion for MVP.
The position of quarterback is, in some ways, like pitchers in baseball; they have more control over the game than any other position and are involved in every play every time they are on the field. So naturally, they are going to be the most important position. As such, they should have their own award like the Cy Young award, because they do deserve recognition for their incredible talent and skill, but the current system overshadows other great players.
An edit to Preface this suggestion:
Thank you for all of the upvotes! now to all the commenters saying I am asking for easier flawless:
I have both the unbroken and flawless seal. "easier" is relative to skill level. it would still be a card based system that would see teams going up against the best of the best in their skill level until that skill level happens to be at the top of the remaining players for the weekend. they will still have to sweat for it.
It makes the experience of the playlist more inclusive by taking an experience that is currently IMPOSSIBLE for many, and making it POSSIBLE with hard work and good communication.
Anyone who plays destiny should be able to have the experience I've had of a Game 7, edge of your seat, 4-4 tiebreaking round to go to the lighthouse and clutching it. It's so much fun and so exhilarating and even when you lose those games, you had a blast on the way there and you are excited to try again, because now in this system, you won't be going against the victors on your next lighthouse game, but another team that might be slightly better or slightly worse than you.
Either team has a chance for victory, and that is what matters the most when it comes to competitive. It's why Boxing locks people into weight categories, and different sports have Amateur competition levels all the way up to pro. This is a fucking video game. People play it to have fun. let the people have fun. let them go up against people of their caliber to fight it out for the title, instead of constantly putting the amateurs against the pros and introducing skill creep to the point that the almost pros become the amateurs.
Also please stop saying that they need to give loot for losses. that's only paying people for their pain to keep them around to get stomped while not having fun at all.
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Ok so at first, All players would face off against whoever, just like we have now. but as soon as 1 character goes flawless on an account, that person's account can now only play trials in the sweaty pool BUT for a higher amount of tokens per game and better loot for repeat flawlesses. Yes, if 1 or 2 people on a team have gone flawless that weekend, they will have a slightly tougher time carrying, but it wouldn't be any worse than it is now, and all players on that team would get the bonus rewards/better loot.
As the weekend progresses, the initial pool gets smaller and smaller, with less and less cheaters/sweaty players to compete again... keep reading on reddit ➡
Do you think UB (universe beyond) should be its own format (since the cards are clearly marked differently almost indicating this as an option, or will your playgroup have them in your decks? Personally, I will refuse to play with them unless the group makes decks specifically around UB. I think UB should be treated almost as its own game. Curious about yall your thoughts.
My husband (22M) and I (22F) both come from pretty religious families. My family is much poorer than my husband's and once I became an adult, they told me point blank they can't really afford me living with them unless I got a job. My job didn't make enough money, and when I told my husband (then boyfriend), he offered for me to move in with him and his parents.
We agreed to a set of rules (separate rooms, waiting until marriage, I dress before coming downstairs, don't make noise after a certain time, no PDA etc.). They all seemed reasonable and we followed them to a T. We got pretty lucky in that we got married right before quarantine, but it did interrupt our honeymoon.
Anyway, after coming back we're still living with my in-laws. We can't afford to leave right now, and we were both pretty surprised to find out none of their rules had changed. We tried to bring it up with them, but they said they're doing us a favour, which is true so we gave up. I understand that I am in the wrong because I agreed to these rules, but I miss him at night...even if it was a "no sex" rule, I could honestly abide by it, I just want to sleep next to him. My husband feels the same way, and now that it's been a year, we both really can't take it anymore. I asked my MIL again and she repeated the same thing she said from the beginning: they're doing us a favour and we can just move out if we don't like it. And they had informed both of us of the rules before I originally moved in.
I got a bit emotional--I don't know why--and I said we "can't do it anymore," and that got her very upset. She told me we should be more grateful that they're helping us at all, and that I clearly don't know real suffering to treat this as if it is. I get where I overreacted and I know I agreed to the rules, but AITA? This feels unreasonable.
EDIT: Our original plan was to have the wedding, live with his parents for a little bit (we'd discussed it with them), and then move into a cheap apartment. The problem is we both lost our jobs and are struggling right now, although I'm doing commission work. My parents are also struggling for money and we loaned some to them that they're not able to pay back as of now. Adding on to all that, we also have to pay our in-laws, although the amount is low.
Part 1: Diana
In October of 2000, a woman named Diana Leone was reported missing by a family member. The 35-year-old was last seen approximately eight months earlier at an unspecified location in Las Vegas, Nevada. Diana had lived in Las Vegas with her long-term boyfriend, David Dale Morgan, and their two children, aged seven and 14.
David, who was 34 years Diana’s senior, was a millionaire landowner who owned multiple businesses. The couple first met in 1981 when he was 50 and she was 16. Shortly after meeting, Diana gained employment at Abacus Mini-Storage, one of David’s businesses, and moved in with him.
Over the course of their relationship, David was extremely abusive towards Diana, having been arrested on numerous occasions on account of his violence towards her. David was even charged with attempted murder after badly beating Diana with a pipe in 1989. Unfortunately, Diana refused to testify against him in court and all the charges against him were subsequently dropped.
When questioned by police in November of 2000, the couple’s 14-year-old son stated that "all he knows is that his father told him that his mother ran off with another man," whereas their seven-year-old daughter recounted a graphic fight between her parents the night before Diana went missing. Their daughter recalled seeing her father shoving Diana through “a plate glass window in the patio area of the home” and then “smashing Diana's head into the refrigerator” - the fight supposedly being caused by Diana’s alleged infidelity.
Investigators found no evidence of an affair on Diana’s part, nor did they find evidence to suggest she disappeared of her own accord. She is thought to have been murdered, with David being the prime suspect.
Unnervingly, Diana’s disappearance and presumed death is not the first to which David is connected - but the fourth.
Part 2: Gabriel
From what I can gather, this story first begins in 1979. David Dale Morgan, then aged 48, lived with his wife, Marie, at Abacus Mini-Storage. Abacus Mini-Storage was also home to two of David’s employees, Fred and Avis Hackett.
David, having earned a reputation as a “tough” businessman that would throw away his customers’ belongings over missed rent, also rented out a facility to 55-year-old Gabriel Vincent. It is unclear whether Gabriel also lived at Abacus Mini-Storage, or whether he simply used his facility for storage purposes.
At some point in 1979, Marie Morgan began an affair with Gabriel. W... keep reading on reddit ➡
I don’t know if this is actually unpopular, but it feels to me like everyone who’s married gets a joint account and then problems with finances becomes a huge pain-point in the relationship. My husband and I have been together for 10 years, married 5 and we’ve never had issues with finances. We each have our own credit cards, bank accounts and jobs and we’re each responsible for paying half rent/utilities/groceries etc.
We both make our own decisions on what to spend our money on, unless it’s a huge purchase or something both of us would benefit from, and then we talk about it and 99% of the time we agree and continue on.
Anyway, I guess what I’m saying is, don’t feel pressured to put your money in a joint account just because you got married. It isn’t mandatory, but I grew up believing it was, even though it’s 100% optional.
Edit: Hey! Definitely didn’t think this would get much traction; I was literally just posting my random thoughts online. Just to clarify, you should absolutely do what’s best for you! If a joint account is what works for you and your spouse, please don’t ‘not’ do it because of some random person’s opinion on the internet. I grew up very sheltered, believing that the man in the relationship is the bread winner and you have to have a joint account, etc. In the end though, just do what works for you as a couple! While separate accounts works well for me and my husband, it may not be what you want. :)
Sounds like a Zombies only cod game is being worked on. Makes sense since it looks like zombies are being included in the actual campaigns for cod now starting with Cold war and warzone
I’m not sure why this isn’t a thing in the first place but it should be. Those extra slots in my inventory would be nice. I think it you’d make more sense as well.
Even if they do continue the series, it will never be the same. I hate all of the new people (except Charli).
If i'm on my own then fine, I'll accept this page is just not for me, but when i play a game and join said game's reddit page I expect to learn about the game, see gameplay, talk about the game, laugh at some memes and maybe see the odd cosplay.
But this page is becoming like 90% fanart and i personally have 0 interest in it. I don't have crushes on fictional characters and find the idea of 'shipping' just laughable. I don't get excited when i see that someone has drawn a character in a sexy pose or with bigger breasts.
Maybe this is just a bit of culture shock as, though I've always enjoyed anime/manga, I've never really been in the communities. Every other game i play has a reddit very much revolving around gameplay, so it's very odd that anything Genshin related appearing in my feed is just fanart, or female cosplay (never seen a male character cosplay but i see fischl and keqing every day)
I'm expecting some backlash as people are obviously very talented and passionate about this stuff. I'm just wondering if there are others who come here and find it all a bit strange.
Tldr: that's an incredible piece of art you've made...but i couldn't care less