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Offline Yallik

Beating up on ice bases (again) 🤣
« on: May 19, 2019, 10:35 PM »
Our own newstudent, who is rolling towards global top 50, kindly puts out his 7/7 twin SG3 base as a Friendly Challenge for me to practice my ninja Warrior skills. 😈

The arrival of Warships has clarified something for me: there are things in this game I enjoy, and there are things I will probably never enjoy. Which is fine.

This is me getting back to what I enjoy. This was a fun way to spend my evening. Using Warriors, for me, is one of the game's purest pleasures. I love this troop type. Warriors are fun, they make me happy. I challenge myself with them (as you will see here), and it's the sort of challenge that never gets old, since my goal is nothing less than absolute perfection.

I realized[size=78%] [/size][/size]recently, as I watch other players leave the game, that this is what keeps me going. This is what keeps me playing Boom Beach, doing the thing that I love.[size=78%]

[/size]So, a very special  thanks to NS for being my guinea pig here.PS if anybody thinks either pushing VP or crushing mad sh!t with Warriors is cool, or if you're a green AZ player looking to practice in a chill TF, we have spots open. Or if you just want to Boom with talented fellow forum dudes. 👍
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Offline moman2004

Re: Beating up on ice bases (again) 🤣
« Reply #1 on: Jun 03, 2019, 08:15 PM »
Thanks for sharing.....Interesting insight as well.....That Global Push has to be difficult to achieve and then maintain.  So many hours have to go into the game I would think.  I'm sitting @ around 1100 VP and find it tough to even maintain that.....I play on a daily basis.....

Thanks again main.....Cool Seeing other player bases in different TFs.  :)

Offline Yallik

Re: Beating up on ice bases (again) 🤣
« Reply #2 on: Jun 04, 2019, 05:59 AM »
Global push is a ridiculous amount of prep & effort. Some of the guys here do it. Ask them how long it took to acquire the powder & prototypes. Years.

I haven't done that, so props to the folks who do. In a very real sense, they keep BB going.

I've just been lucky enough to find myself in a position where I can practice against a base at THAT level. Stupid-hard, but I love it. 😂