If you want to be a pro, you need to know how to get good.
Step 1 – Finding the right weapon for you.
You could try and actually get good at some of the more “uncommon” weapons, but you don’t have time for that. Here are the weapons that will make you a pro brawler.
Step 2 – Practice
Once you are content with your combos, play some experimental 1v1’s and shred it.
After turning your enemies into souvlaki, it is time to get serious… After a break of course.
Don’t play too much or you will develop carpal tunnel syndrome. Not fun.
So it’s been (amount of time), hop on brawl and click on competitive 1v1’s.
Step 3 – Competitive (Intro)
Things should be going good by now, but danger lies ahead.
You reach silver easily, but something’s different up there.
Two things are apparent, you’re getting slammed, and you cannot hit the broad side of a barn.
What is happening here? You’ve studied so hard, mere silvers shouldn’t have been ground pounding you.
Aha, but you see young brawler, in this horrible tier you are being introduced to smurfs and tryhards.
Step 4 – “Strategy”
A neat little trick I found to help me sleep worst and be a pro is to chant IRS while I battle golds.
Step 5 – Revisiting Competitive
It’s “2ez” as the cultured say.
I would say that platinum could also be achievable, but I wouldn’t know if that’s true since the only time I came close, I was being carried in 2v2’s.
Step 6 – What now?
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