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is 1050 pp at 120 hours mark normal? Or I am improving slower than the average?
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about $6 per hour or so
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after 120 hours you should have atleast 4k pp you better start farming with DT
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yes if you play sotarks map
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Why do people come here to passivelly aggressively brag about their fucking pp.
It doesn't mean shit anymore because of all the farm maps.
You're not the next cookezi.
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Holy shit, 1050 pp in 100 hours?!!!!!! You're on pp steroids my friend!
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Did anyone actually check this guys top ranks?
If I were you I'd ask osu support if they can't wipe your account clean so you don't get publicly shamed and bullied in MP lobbies.
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probably at an average pace
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Rayne wrote:

Did anyone actually check this guys top ranks?
If I were you I'd ask osu support if they can't wipe your account clean so you don't get publicly shamed and bullied in MP lobbies.
In seriousness your amazing OP, I can't believe that a guy can spend 100 hours on farm maps and only have 1000pp.

It's kinda inspiring really.
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Ugh, is playing pp maps THAT enjoyable?
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What are you doing playing with mods on already
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Why do people come here to passivelly aggressively brag about their fucking pp.
It doesn't mean shit anymore because of all the farm maps.
You're not the next cookezi.
You're not the next Rafis*
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KupcaH wrote:

Ugh, is playing pp maps THAT enjoyable?
Can you emphasize on what you mean by 'pp maps' and why it's exactly bad? I am not a good player. I am a casual, and my tops plays are all what some people would consider 'pp maps'. I don't think this is 'really' bad, though. I also play long maps and maps I enjoy, I just find it easier and more motivating to play 'pp maps' first and get some pp, then move on with my day and start playing the maps I really find fun. Not to mention that a lot of TV size and similar maps are also pretty fun, I don't really get why any TV size map is seen as unfun DT farming trash, or any player who has top plays that are farm maps is instantly seen as a super inconsistent player who can never improve, and why every player who doesn't play basic maps forever and rise in star rankings by 0.0001 each play session is never going to improve.

Sorry for the rant here, I just got kinda triggered. I probably misunderstood what you meant aswell (lol) so I apologize.
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I just mean that they're so boring to play. It's okay to play them from time to time to not be very underranked player. But to leave good high quality maps and to play trash maps with same patterns over and over? Meh.
Well, actually if people find these maps enjoyable, I don't have anything against them.
This is a game after all and games are made for having fun.
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When i started playing csgo in august 2014 i never really thought about quiting it. ofc i got mad pretty often during the almost 3000h i've played the game, but i never seriously thought about stopping. i pracced so many hours/days/weeks to get the aim and spraycontroll that i have now, or should i say "had" until yesterday. its not only the totally op revolver that makes me sad, its the change of the ak-spray. when you work so hard to be able to perfectly spray someone down on long-distance, you know that the pracc was not for nothing. i know its just a game, but its my game... the game i used to love, the game i used to enjoy playing with friends... getting better in the game... together, as friends, as a family... it feels like all the good times are gone now. its not csgo anymore. im really sorry to say this, but i think i need to stop now. after 1.5 years of learning, enjoying and loving the ak spraypattern, i feel like there is no space for a new one. csgo devs, for the love of the game, for the love of the community and for the love of millions of players, friends and families, think about what you've done to the game and more important, what you've done to us. and even yourself...
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L-a-m-e-y [ B ] wrote:

When i started playing csgo in august 2014 i never really thought about quiting it. ofc i got mad pretty often during the almost 3000h i've played the game, but i never seriously thought about stopping. i pracced so many hours/days/weeks to get the aim and spraycontroll that i have now, or should i say "had" until yesterday. its not only the totally op revolver that makes me sad, its the change of the ak-spray. when you work so hard to be able to perfectly spray someone down on long-distance, you know that the pracc was not for nothing. i know its just a game, but its my game... the game i used to love, the game i used to enjoy playing with friends... getting better in the game... together, as friends, as a family... it feels like all the good times are gone now. its not csgo anymore. im really sorry to say this, but i think i need to stop now. after 1.5 years of learning, enjoying and loving the ak spraypattern, i feel like there is no space for a new one. csgo devs, for the love of the game, for the love of the community and for the love of millions of players, friends and families, think about what you've done to the game and more important, what you've done to us. and even yourself...
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KupcaH wrote:

I just mean that they're so boring to play. It's okay to play them from time to time to not be very underranked player. But to leave good high quality maps and to play trash maps with same patterns over and over? Meh.
Well, actually if people find these maps enjoyable, I don't have anything against them.
This is a game after all and games are made for having fun.
this guy knows
ihave 400 hours into this fucking game and not 4kpp yet smh let me die in peace
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kai99 wrote:

KupcaH wrote:

I just mean that they're so boring to play. It's okay to play them from time to time to not be very underranked player. But to leave good high quality maps and to play trash maps with same patterns over and over? Meh.
Well, actually if people find these maps enjoyable, I don't have anything against them.
This is a game after all and games are made for having fun.
this guy knows
ihave 400 hours into this fucking game and not 4kpp yet smh let me die in peace
Hours never matter.
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KupcaH wrote:

I just mean that they're so boring to play. It's okay to play them from time to time to not be very underranked player. But to leave good high quality maps and to play trash maps with same patterns over and over? Meh.
Well, actually if people find these maps enjoyable, I don't have anything against them.
This is a game after all and games are made for having fun.
i just got to this point recently so i can see both points. i think up to a certain point it's pretty fun to farm. you see your rank going higher and you like the competetive aspect of the game. if everyone farms maps, then your pp are a pretty estimate guess. pp maps are pretty similar in patterns but still they follow the music and have a rather good flow or otherwise you wouldn't be able to execute difficult patterns so naturally. i think it feels really good when you can hit stuff that looks harder than it is and you rise higher in the ranks.
the problem is: it's tiring. as you said it really is tiring to play the same concept over and over again. sure, even the most hardcore farmers will also play non-farm maps from time to time, but probably just not as often. the question is: when does a player start to perceive the map / farm maps as tiring? this changes from player to player and also depends on how much you really farmed. for about 500 hours i probably played 50/50 farm maps/normal maps while still enjoying every second i played. that changed recently. if i would've played 100% farm maps it probably would've been much earlier.
so for such an early stage i think it's perfectly fine if you farm a bit as long as you enjoy it. just do what you enjoy in osu! and eventually you'll grow out of your 'problematic' behaviours.
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A As An Atheist wrote:

is 1050 pp at 120 hours mark normal? Or I am improving slower than the average?
Seems around the same speed that I was improving at, I now have 1700pp at around 140 hours with most of it being in multiplayer.
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