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Celestia

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    Cooking, baking, playing Tf2, playing Genshin Impact, Trading in Tf2

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  1. Hello and welcome to my new op weapon fixes where I choose weapons in tf2 that are too OP or OP in the hands or professional players in the tf2 community. A thing I would use as an example is the B.A.S.E Jumper before the nerf, if you remember when you could re-deploy the B.A.S.E Jumper it was a little OP in the hands of professional players making them impossible to hit with non-bullet weapons. My aim is to try to balance weapons to be useable in competitive tf2. Also this is all my own opinion, feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section and feel free to give more suggestions on balance changes. Ah yes, the Short Circuit also a famous weapon for being incredibly annoying to spies and non-bullet based weapon. Oh how I love my Kritzkrieg Uber gone, wasted and endlessly annoyed as why valve made such an item a staple in offensive engie, and as Uncle Dane says, "The payload cart's infinite metal supply nullifies the entire balancing set of making the energy ball expensive." So one of the major balancing factor is now gone, meaning an engineer can stop a combo (demo and med pair or solider and med pair) unless they use their melee which because of the engineer having a shotgun putting him at an advantage. Not only that but the brightness of the energy ball can block vision so if the enemy is in a choke-point they can get spammed and they can't do anything except blindly shoot at wherever they think the enemy team is and the only weapon that somewhat requires aim are explosives with large radiuses but those are deleted too. Now the part on how to balance it: Old stats: Alt-Fire: Launches a projectile-consuming energy ball. Costs 65 metal. No reload necessary No random critical hits Per Shot: -5 ammo Uses metal for ammo New stats: Alt-Fire: Launches a projectile-consuming energy ball. Costs 100 metal. (or) Alt-Fire: Launches a projectile-consuming energy ball. Can only fire Once after a recharge. No reload necessary No random critical hits Per Shot: -5 ammo Uses metal for ammo Changes and reasons: I made the ball cost 100 metal instead of 65 metal so payload carts can 100% nullify the down side of the energy ball, another possible change if still not balanced is to change the alt fire to be like jarate or madmilk where they have a recharge time making them less OP and usable in competitive tf2. and another change is not making the short circuit a flash bang and dim down the opacity making it more transparent and see trough.
  2. I need advice. I got a stock revolver specialized killstreak fabricator (Agonizing Emerald) and I'm not sure to just sell it away for ⚒️build⚒️ it and make 💰profit💰. If I do build it how much will it cost and how much is the profit?
  3. You can! If you are the one receiving the items you don't need an authenticator but if your giving items you need an authenticator. Another thing is if it doesn't work your items will be stored in the site inventory. EDIT: Ding dong, i'm wrong it turns out you can't.....
  4. Disclaimer: I DO NOT want you to send hate to the guy I am talking about, I am just here to spread awareness on scammer in this game. Also this msg is aimed towards new traders and NOT to fall for these kinds of scams. Hello everyone! 👋👋 Just the other day my friend got a message from the scammer, he was offering unsuals and australiums for some items in his inventory. I found him on steam to check out what his deal was. He offered to trade unsuals and australiums in his brother/cousin's account(he kept changing his story on whether it's his cousin or brother which is a dead giveaway that he is a scammer) after you send his items he wants. (in this case he wanted my strange head of defense, strange botkiller flamethrower and some other cosmetics) The giveaway that he was a scammer was he wasn't making any 🤑profits🤑 from the trade and it was too good to be true to my side of the trade. I played along till he said something suspicious: (please do not send items in two different offers because you can get scammed so easily like this) I told him ill wait till his brother woke up then I'll send the offer. And for the next 30 minutes he kept trying to convince me to send the offer now. (p.s. I didn't send any offers and just blocked him.) Side note: I checked his backpack on steam but it seems he has scammed for a lot of new traders so I made this post you can look at his steam profile here: https://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198399768236. I know this because he has a lot of low tier cosmetics but no metal or keys at all, the disc of those items also say they are crafted by other users. Here are ways to identify🔎 or avoid a scammer: 1) Check his past names, if there is 10 or more than he is most likely a scammer. This is because scammers want to change their names so they don't get found out. 2) Make sure he doesn't send offers too good to be true. Surprise, surprise, they usually are. 3)Don't send or accept offers in two or three different windows. Scammers can decline one and accept the other. If you encounter a scammer report him and block him. Scammers are no new thing to tf2 nor will they stop. That's all everyone! Stay safe trading! -Lokyan
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