I think that the puzzles, ghosts, and mechanics should remain dknighter's baby, but I think its high time to allow workshop functionality and allow some map makers to throw some creations in the workshop, and increase replayability. I don't know what is involved in making that happen, and maybe this is a suggestion that will have to wait for the full release of Phasmo, but that's just what I've been thinking lately.
Yesterday my team Bench Boys scrimmed against a team that used a Cheating scrim code. The code gave them a large variety of cheats, from forcing Zarya to Grav so Dva can eat it, to destroying Sombras translocator. They asked us to stream it so they could watch us "rage", I later deleted my perspective. We found out they had streamed the scrim.
During the scrim we were suspicious of the enemy widow, one of our players checked the replay to see that the widow was aim locking. We messaged the manager of the team and they claimed he was a tryout. They removed him from the game and he proceeded to swap accounts.
Link to the stream: Original Scrim Vod
Their twitch account was called smurfingisbannable and when we looked further into the situation we found our coach had previously rang for a team that played against them (Coach Scrim). In that other scrim, some of them used different accounts, one of them being NotHuffle who we later linked to a separate account in the EloHell ESports Discord. One of the accounts during our scrim was used to impersonate a player in our coach's scrim. They went as far as creating a discord account to impersonate this individual and find scrims using their name. The real player was actively playing in a tournament, this could have damaged their team's reputation and hurt their standings in the tournament.
tl;dr A team is using a rigged workshop code to emulate cheats during scrims, to get reactions for content. Beware of a team asking you to stream their scrim and if possible try to host scrim lobby or have a spectator.
edit: They deleted the stream but I had it downloaded so I'm uploading it to youtube.
edit2: They are now impersonating me now which is cringe
My daughter wants to model and act and she found a modeling agency in a city about 2hrs away from her. This program also costs $2000 and has “platforms” she can rise up into if she attends workshops for modeling(which I was not told beforehand). Now keep in mind I live nine hours away from my daughter and see her on her long breaks from school and of course summer. It’s time for her first class Easter weekend and I intend to drive back home to see my family and of course see my daughter for the weekend. I’ve already got plans to spend with my family and I have two other kids that this is their time with our family as well. I tell my daughter that we won’t be able to attend her class (again didn’t know was happening till a week before) because we have other plans. She was fine with this and had no problems. Fast forward a few minutes and her mother is telling me our daughter is “tore up” due to something I said. I call my daughter and she tells me that no she wasn’t tore up or crying or anything but that her mother had said she would fail her classes if she did not attend. So I email the agency and they assure me my daughter would not fail and that these are just workshop classes and the children aren’t graded and they can makeup any classes they miss. So I forward that email to my daughters mother and she tells me that she is required to take these classes to move up. And that I am letting our daughter down by not taking her. To which I say “she will be missing even more in the summer so I’m not sure why this is a surprise” and then she tells me she had expected me to drive a total of about 18hrs in one weekend to make sure she could attend these workshops, because she will not be able to take her to any makeup classes. AITA for not taking her to these workshops?
Update on daughter age she is 9