The Road to Cookiezi-Tier

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Ivan

B1rd wrote:

I think maybe you should keep in mind that pretty much everyone in this game and on the forums has goals in osu!, and a lot of them work very hard as well to achieve it. That's why not everyone is going to appreciate someone making a thread with not much purpose other than drawing attention to themselves and their goals.
Exactly this. EVERYONE has a goal in this game like said above. Making a thread on yourself and your goal when everyone pretty much has the same goal will get some people that will hate on it. Why? Because it's annoying. I personally don't mind about your goal and I hope you reach it. But the amount of hate you recieve is predictable since you created a thread on yourself and like again when everybody pretty much has the same goal.
JMC
good luck...
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Woobowiz

JMC wrote:

good luck...
Soon™ ..... " \:D/"
Blueprint
Good luck sir you can do it
encryptik
I think we can safely say he has the patience...



holy shit
Pettanko
Good luck on your journey, but if we're being realistic there's pretty much almost no chance for anyone to go from scrub to cookiezi tier without a couple years at the least unless that person picked up this game with a head-start, like maybe years of experience playing stepmania or some shit like having superhuman fingers.
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Woobowiz

Pettanko wrote:

Good luck on your journey, but if we're being realistic there's pretty much almost no chance for anyone to go from scrub to cookiezi tier without a couple years at the least unless that person picked up this game with a head-start, like maybe years of experience playing stepmania or some shit like having superhuman fingers.
I was rank 97 when I quit "Feel the Beats", which is basically osu!mania, but with a smaller playerbase
smallfry

Woobowiz wrote:

Pettanko wrote:

Good luck on your journey, but if we're being realistic there's pretty much almost no chance for anyone to go from scrub to cookiezi tier without a couple years at the least unless that person picked up this game with a head-start, like maybe years of experience playing stepmania or some shit like having superhuman fingers.
I was rank 97 when I quit "Feel the Beats", which is basically osu!mania, but with a smaller playerbase
A smaller playerbase than osu!mania?
Well shit
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Woobowiz

Raujika wrote:

A smaller playerbase than osu!mania?
Well shit
Around 5000 players, I logged in just to see how far I feel, still rank 100, so it's not that impressive :/
S u k i
i like how you have set yourself a crazy goal and you're documenting your journey i really look forward to your updates, just found out i started playing osu at the same time as you gonna have to set myself the goal to rank higher than you :3
XGeneral2000

Woobowiz wrote:

Pettanko wrote:

Good luck on your journey, but if we're being realistic there's pretty much almost no chance for anyone to go from scrub to cookiezi tier without a couple years at the least unless that person picked up this game with a head-start, like maybe years of experience playing stepmania or some shit like having superhuman fingers.
I was rank 97 when I quit "Feel the Beats", which is basically osu!mania, but with a smaller playerbase
I don't know the comparison is all that valid - FtB has a weird leveling system that directly affects your score, and as you said, a smaller playerbase that's not necessarily very good (I don't know too much - I played FtB like 5 years ago when it was just a simple Beatmania browser clone). In any case, it reports you have <600 plays, so unless you're a rhythm gaming prodigy, I'm going to guess the playerbase isn't particularly amazing.

Have you seen Beatmania videos? Like FCs of Nageki no Ki, or Mendes? That's more the level of the wider rhythm gaming community, and that's the kind of competition you're up against on osu!. And Cookiezi was solidly #1 in a that kind of community. Not #97 of a fairly unknown rhythm game.

Not saying you can't do it, but be careful you don't make light of what you're trying to do.
TheVileOne
Well there isn't a consequence if he doesn't meet it. It will certainly be a learning experience. I'm curious to see just how fast someone can improve with the proper training.
aizhid

JMC wrote:

good luck...
that cookiezi picture avatar, makes me want to cry.
Wishy
Progress is fast when you are terrible, it gets slower the better you get, you can jump from FCing normals to FCing most average insanes in a month or two, it will probably take years to get to the point where you can FC really hard insanes. I mean you can see how they don't have a filled-with-max-combos top 50 scoreboard.

Talking about Cookiezi tier, has anyone reached his level yet? Haven't been following any pro for months.
xasuma
Nope, no one close imo.. best bet is www if he plays more maybe
Ethelon

TheVileOne wrote:

Well there isn't a consequence if he doesn't meet it. It will certainly be a learning experience. I'm curious to see just how fast someone can improve with the proper training.
I had this kind of enthusiasm for improving quickly and played ridiculous amounts per day, but after I hit 15k I lost the drive to endlessly grind. I figure 2 months to 15k is pretty decent, but at this point I've pretty much given up getting to a high respectable rating anytime soon.
But who knows maybe this guy's got more perseverance than me, hell his most played is almost 9x my most played.

Cheers if you're still this optimistic in a few months.
Karuta-


He's trying hard alright
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Woobowiz

[MY] yummy90 XP wrote:



He's trying hard alright
H-hey~ :cry: I'm studying for finals, so those were on the breaks between.

After finals I'm gonna try really hard!

(also I just wanted to improve my streaming)
GoldenWolf
Why playing autopilot? Streaming isn't only about moving your fingers up and down, it's about doing that at the same time as you move your cursor to follow the streams, and that's way harder than doing half of the job
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Woobowiz

GoldenWolf wrote:

Why playing autopilot? Streaming isn't only about moving your fingers up and down, it's about doing that at the same time as you move your cursor to follow the streams, and that's way harder than doing half of the job
Because I was practicing on a break at the lab and my tablet was at home.
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