You suck at Halo. It's not your fault: Halo is difficult. But this means it's difficult to earn the various Challenges and Achievements Bungie/343i have dangled just in front of your face. Until now.
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- Wuis Lou
"I don't know if you noticed, but at the end I said some of the typical traits don't apply to you that strongly. That came from deleting a line about constantly using armor lock-- with "(guilty)", as in "I'm guilty", after it-- when I realized you don't do that. Failing to get headshots is another trait that doesn't apply that strongly, and I noted two that don't apply at all. There's nothing wrong with having a different playing style-- yours isn't that "different" though, which brings me to the thing that bugs me. People like to use this stereotype, this straw-man, in attacking certain things, and they usually have a valid point or two (along with seething rage and an invalid point or two), so I usually counter that with the argument no one is really like that-- it's striking how you fit into this mold people use to bash a certain type of player, and I can see how they would find certain traits exasperating, like the praise of spray-n-pray over weapons that require real aiming because it's enjoyable spewing lead everywhere, or complaining about how difficult it is to use the pistol."
- General Vagueness