MadCast: Epic

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About MadCast: Epic

  • Birthday July 3

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    Alberta, Canada
  • Interests
    Video games, MadCast, but not trains.

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  • Interests
    Dat League where Legends are made.
  • Occupation
    Railroading
  • Membership Year
    2012
  • Steam ID
    MadCast: Epic
  • Bnet Tag
    MrEpic#1330
  • LoL Name
    MadCast Epic

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  1. Congratulations and well deserved!
  2. Welcome dude, glad you found us on the boards! I'll get you started on the candidacy: You are now a candidate for full membership. When in TeamSpeak, please wear the [C] tag as in [C] UltronFtw. In one month the Senior Full Members will vote on your membership. Should you pass, you will become a full member. You will then be required to wear the MadCast: UltronFtw tag. Should you fail, you may reapply and the candidacy period will begin again. You have been assigned the following FM+ to mentor you through the candidacy process: MadCast: Epic. Please attempt to contact your mentor in the next few days. They will be looking for you as well. They will be your primary resource for community related questions and will have a mid-candidacy check in about two weeks into the candidacy period. A few tips for a successful candidacy: * Please familiarize yourself with the MadCast Code of Conduct that all must abide by. Check out the New to MadCast section for more useful information! * Be active on the forums! Check it regularly and participate when possible. If you find something interesting then share it! Chances are someone else will find it interesting as well. Being active on the forums is a good habit to learn, and is one of the main criteria noticed during your candidacy. * Join us on TeamSpeak! Even if you don't have a mic you're welcome to listen in. Being active on TeamSpeak and playing with other members is the best way to be noticed around the community! Teamspeak 3 Server: ts3.madcastgaming.com * Use the same name on both the forums, TS3, and in-game when possible. If not possible make sure people know who you are! We rely on feedback from our members when evaluating full membership and they can't give positive reviews for you if they don't know who you are. * Join the MadCast Public Group to make it easy for us to contact you, and for updates on Steam If you are having a problem please attempt to contact your mentor first if they are available. If not please contact an RFM or SFM. If a Staff member is needed the admins will consult them. A list of admins can be found at this link. Last but not least the requirement for you to even be eligible to be voted on can be found here. Since I'm also your mentor, try and find me in teamspeak and I'll give you the rundown on all things MadCast!
  3. Hey man! Thanks for finding us and taking the time to post an intro. I tossed you an add in LoL, and I'll get you started on your membership. You are now a candidate for full membership. When in TeamSpeak, please wear the [C] tag as in [C] Jooper. In one month the Senior Full Members will vote on your membership. Should you pass, you will become a full member. You will then be required to wear the MadCast: Jooper tag. Should you fail, you may reapply and the candidacy period will begin again. You have been assigned the following FM+ to mentor you through the candidacy process: MadCast: Mike. Please attempt to contact your mentor in the next few days. They will be looking for you as well. They will be your primary resource for community related questions and will have a mid-candidacy check in about two weeks into the candidacy period. A few tips for a successful candidacy: * Please familiarize yourself with the MadCast Code of Conduct that all must abide by. Check out the New to MadCast section for more useful information! * Be active on the forums! Check it regularly and participate when possible. If you find something interesting then share it! Chances are someone else will find it interesting as well. Being active on the forums is a good habit to learn, and is one of the main criteria noticed during your candidacy. * Join us on TeamSpeak! Even if you don't have a mic you're welcome to listen in. Being active on TeamSpeak and playing with other members is the best way to be noticed around the community! Teamspeak 3 Server: ts3.madcastgaming.com * Use the same name on both the forums, TS3, and in-game when possible. If not possible make sure people know who you are! We rely on feedback from our members when evaluating full membership and they can't give positive reviews for you if they don't know who you are. * Join the MadCast Public Group to make it easy for us to contact you, and for updates on Steam If you are having a problem please attempt to contact your mentor first if they are available. If not please contact an RFM or SFM. If a Staff member is needed the admins will consult them. A list of admins can be found at this link. Last but not least the requirement for you to even be eligible to be voted on can be found here.
  4. Yay!
  5. Friday Night League will be live at 9 EST! ARAMs or the featured game mode will be played with friends and members alike, so join me for a good time!
  6. It is completely aesthetic and unneeded. But I think every player in the game strives to achieve it. It's a respect thing. I can't count or remember then Pentas I've had, I know the rush I get when the big ass logo comes up on your screen, and the other 9 players go: "Shit. That was really well played." You can't look at it from a purely logical and strategic viewpoint, because it would never matter. LoL in many ways is about vanity, and is about being the better player. Searching for the outplay, and getting visible rewards when you do it. I know I've posted in the HotS forums in the year where there was a discussion about not feeling the same reaction when you kill an enemy hero or win the teamfight, and the Pentakill is among one of the reasons why.
  7. LoL will be at 9 EST sharp! Get in early to get a spot in the matches, I will see you all tonight!
  8. Please buy this game. So good.
  9. Woulda thought it'd be Xul. The Necromancer.
  10. No shame in that; and Singed, Morde and Ahri were banned in the first match.
  11. Also: If you are looking to dip more into supports that control the game and have the utility of multiple Swiss army knives, look to master Bard or Thresh. Thresh is always going to be useful, but Bard has grown to be a must have on my team. Playmaker E and Ult, and a comfortable one - two punch with Q and passive; my recent ranked games with Bard mains have made me a very happy man.
  12. I dunno dude, you were holding your own when we here playing last night. Mechanics are there, you just gotta get back into the swing of things, As @MadCast: dappertiger said, Krepo is a great resource. Scarra is another dude that swaps between support and mid, and does a great job explaining decisions in game. IMAQTPIE is a good one to see everything, but I'm a biased mid/adc main. Keep an eye out for this dude whenever he goes live. TheLastAirbender is a challenger support main that plays most of the conventionals, and is a great bard player too. That should give you a good start.
  13. Ayyy! Can confirm, this is a pretty alright game. Almost worth the full cost, definitely worth the free download!
  14. Congratulations!
  15. After the OTP ban he opted to let someone else play the next round. Never seen a Smite/Tele jungle champ other than Master Yi though. Was neat.