ltndvm wrote:I think we have a ton of good people. We got our asses handed to us in our war. I think we jumped in the fire too fast. We have some really good players who are good at looking at a map and leading a team ( I admit, Im not one of em!- Im only good on a couple maps). We got our butts kicked and we got discouraged and angry. Maybe we should slowly reorganize the training maps, and not play too many at once, That is where I lost my motivation and drive.I was signed up for so many games that with work,etc I just couldnt focus. And we all know that when we start losing, our attitudes suck. So going back to organizing some training games on a few select hard maps that we could learn good strategy on may help.
This does not surprise me one bit.
This clan has lots of people who may be good at singles games, but that doesn't necessarily mean they would be as successful on team games. Team games truly take a lot of practice and coordination.
I speak from experience, as I've been a clan-leader for almost two years now.
Awhile back, I attempted to play some team games with members of Knights Templar as a friendly gesture, however the results were disastrous. Therefore, I'm not surprised by the outcome of KT's first war.
I also know that HerrHitzfeld is a very good player, and he probably was not the sole problem in his recruitment game. One thing to remember is that, though two people may be very good players in their own respective way, they may not necessarily play well together in a team game.
I hope HerrHitzfeld will be able to find the perfect clan for himself. There are lots of other options out there, so don't take the rejection personally.
WB, in the future, just keep an open-mind when someone is trying to help. Having a positive attitude makes all the difference in the world. I think you should be able to understand the situation I am talking about.
Anyway, best of luck to you guys. Hope you will regroup, and learn much for your next challenge!