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Can someone be my osu coach?

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B1rd
Some people just don't have any talent, and no amount of stickied threads or playing more will make them better than the players who play a lot and have talent.
nrl
Then those players are out of luck, plain and simple. It isn't that "play more" is the easiest answer, it's that it's the only answer. osu! is a very simple game.
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Nyoko_old

B1rd wrote:

Some people just don't have any talent, and no amount of stickied threads or playing more will make them better than the players who play a lot and have talent.
So I should give up :(?
D e s
Try play long duration enjoying song like https://osu.ppy.sh/s/36319 with NF is possible. Blank your mind while playing, dont let miss motivate you to retry. Play song until it finished
Synpoo
never gonna give u up
darkmiz
play DT
buny

Nyoko wrote:

NinjaNick wrote:

Tips coming from the Ninja. Don't play easy maps to get PP, challenge yourself. PP doesn't always show how good you are. Overtime you will get better.
But I feel it's the opposite... My current top PP play i got 6 months ago I can't even pass.
That means you're worse than you were before and you don't deserve a better rank.

Your play history shows that you put nearly no effort into improving, so suck it up and accept that you aren't half as good as you were expecting yourself to be.
Varetyr

Nyoko wrote:

So I should give up :(?
Yes.

At least, if random people you just met on the Internet telling you to stop is enough to convince you, then yes, you should.
benjanyan

Nyoko wrote:

I have been rank 35k for like a year now and i just don't get better =[
Maybe you're old and crap like me. *hugs*


Edit: the game has become a lot more competitive in the last two or so years too. You are improving if your rank's staying the same.
FlyingKebab
Put NF on and spam 5 star maps for a week, come back to your previous difficult maps too see how much you have improved, if you didn't FC on your first try then that's another week of NF, trust me this is the fastest way of improving. But you will need to fine tune some Things later since you will have rushed good reading and aim.
zwoots
I'll be your coach. Just let me stay at your house and eat all your food and I'll teach you everything I know about osu.
Woobowiz

FlyingKebab wrote:

Put NF on and spam 5 star maps for a week, come back to your previous difficult maps too see how much you have improved, if you didn't FC on your first try then that's another week of NF, trust me this is the fastest way of improving. But you will need to fine tune some Things later since you will have rushed good reading and aim.
That's horrible advice and will teach him nothing but how to mash through a 5-star map with NF mod. A better method than yours is to cycle between maps he can A/B-rank consistently. Then turn down the difficulty just a little and go for FCs.
FlyingKebab

Woobowiz wrote:

That's horrible advice and will teach him nothing but how to mash through a 5-star map with NF mod. A better method than yours is to cycle between maps he can A/B-rank consistently. Then turn down the difficulty just a little and go for FCs.
I swear in one year I will be one of the guys that manages something with NF and then I will have the privilege of writing: They said I was wrong, well it seems they were wrong themselves. There are people in the top hundreds that used this method to get better:

JAKACHAN wrote:

Also, the fact that you played songs you couldn't beat with nofail is actually the smartest thing you can do to improve. Most people think they have to play songs they can pass to improve but really playing what you can't or can barely pass is the best way to move forward.
And I don't remember a few misses with a B as in a map you can barely pass. A barely passable map is the one you actually BARELY survive.

I'm not saying that the gradual method is bad in any way, but you shouldn't shun the NF method as useless either.
I Give Up

FlyingKebab wrote:

'm not saying that the gradual method is bad in any way, but you shouldn't shun the NF method as useless either.
NF shouldn't be shunned, but it shouldn't be the first goto choice for practice. Only use NF if you the song you're trying to pass has a choke point. That way you will eventually iron out the wrinkles. But absolutely do not use NF on songs that you will flat line or you won't improve in anyway and you might actually develop bad habits and get worse.
FlyingKebab

KukiMonster wrote:

NF shouldn't be shunned, but it shouldn't be the first goto choice for practice. Only use NF if you the song you're trying to pass has a choke point. That way you will eventually iron out the wrinkles. But absolutely do not use NF on songs that you will flat line or you won't improve in anyway and you might actually develop bad habits and get worse.
Err.. I mean't NF something that you can at least get 65-70% + acc, NF'ing Big Black wont or at least shouldn't give you anything. But 65-70% range songs will give you good challenge that you will eventually overcome.
Paizuri
65-70% is mashing range though, 80-90% would be better

i ain't gonna fc this shit anytime soon
AmaiHachimitsu
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RaneFire

FlyingKebab wrote:

I'm not saying that the gradual method is bad in any way, but you shouldn't shun the NF method as useless either.
Jakachan plays a musical instrument.

You need to learn rhythm to learn the game. If you have good rhythm, NF could work. If you don't, go gradual.

Mashing is just that, absence of rhythm.
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Nyoko_old
I haev dedcided to give up ;c
Akari-

Nyoko wrote:

B1rd wrote:

Some people just don't have any talent, and no amount of stickied threads or playing more will make them better than the players who play a lot and have talent.
So I should give up :(?

Nyoko wrote:

I haev dedcided to give up ;c
you're more talented than me

if you give up you're wasting all of your talent
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