tirri wrote:I have found a pattern of you not answering a single direct question yet though. For example could you still explain the internet connection debacle "Big secret with you, has been for years.", what the hell did that mean?
Easy, I said this because I have asked you this same question a couple times in past conversations from years ago when discussing the early years of myth whenever you wanted to brag about your success during it. And you would always avoid answering the question.
There, I answered your question.
Most of your other questions are just sort of nonsense, so I am not going to go through them. If you want to ask a serious question, I have no problem answering it.
Did you want to change your story at all on whether or not you played in Chohan's 1v1 tournament in 2006? Right now, it sounds like you did not participate in it. But I just want to be sure you aren't going to all of sudden add new details that you have been withholding from the conversation this whole time and then claim that I made stuff up.
tirri wrote:So essentially you want believable evidence for every single 1v1 tourney in the past 20 years on why I could possibly choose not to play and keep calling me scared if something like that can't be provided.
I never demanded evidence. You just like to make broad statements first that are devoid of any detail so it isn't immediately and blatantly falsifiable. Until, of course, someone like me pulls your teeth to give the full details of what happened. But if there does happen to be readily available evidence online somewhere, then yes, I think it is important to use it if possible. Otherwise, I have literally taken your word on nearly everything else you have said after you give full details, so I am not sure why you are complaining about here, other than taking another opportunity to act like a diva as always.
tirri wrote:Your earlier posts contain several flat out wrong assumptions and fabrications and I've already said I'm not going to go through them all and disprove you, especially since right after the first post you started questioning my word.
Whatever my own misrepresentations may have been as you claim, let's not forget the big whopping misrepresentation you made at the very start of all this by trying to make it seem you were far and above better than Chohan, which is what started much of this entire conversation in the first place. Or I guess you think you are completely innocent of that one too? Give me a break. So yea, I questioned your word at the beginning when you tried to pull that nonsense, and deservedly so.
You seem to hang your hat a lot the fact that you only missed a handful of 1v1 tournaments. But my entire judgment is not based solely on that. It is also based on my own personal interactions with you, particularly with scheduling 1v1 matches with you (including postponing matches to get more practice duels in, including your convenient timing in walking away from a tournament as our match was supposed to be played), and watching you 1v1 other top players. Or more broadly, your entire myth persona. If you ever won anything, you were always very quick to amplify the credit you gave yourself from it. And if you ever lost anything, you were always just as quick to discount anyone else's win over you. This is all very typical behavior of someone who is afraid to lose on some level. The defense mechanisms of an ego attempting to protect itself. "I didn't win? Well, I didn't care or try anyway." Everyone knows that is competitive gaming 101. My point is that even most of the best players engage in this behavior, including you.
It's seriously as if you are trying to pretend as if no gamer has ever felt intimidated in any way by anyone else while competing in a game. And furthermore, that we could simply just take every gamer's word for it that they never felt intimidated if they said so. I guess we are all always just so above the game that we compete in and brag about for years and years. And human mentality must not exist in games more generally either.