Why is there such a difference between casual and community servers?

Discussion in 'News Watch' started by Reporter, Jan 15, 2018.

  1. Reporter

    Reporter Administrator

  2. KinCryos

    KinCryos TF2 Admin Contributor Mapper

    Steam:

    because Valve servers don't have SMAC to ban the hackers that usually do the pubstomping there
     
  3. ly_dee

    ly_dee Epic Skial Regular Contributor

    Steam:

    you're supposed to reply to him on reddit, you noob
     
  4. KinCryos

    KinCryos TF2 Admin Contributor Mapper

    Steam:

    I deactivated my reddit account some time ago after getting an unjust ban because some butthurt thought I was vote-brigading
     
  5. LiterallyCody

    LiterallyCody Face-Melting F2Per

    Steam:

    One of the biggest bonuses for Casual servers, you don't get muted or banned for using offensive language and micspam. The chances of getting kicked from a pub over offensive stuff are 50/50 considering if you're playing with a bunch of f2pers, then they're more likely to kick you, but people who've played the game for a long time simply don't care and just mute you with the in-game mute option, or do voice_enable 0 (something I do to avoid hearing people over my music).


    Community Servers? Haha, good luck.
     
  6. KinCryos

    KinCryos TF2 Admin Contributor Mapper

    Steam:

    and this contributes to the difference in "skill" between players of Casual and Community servers how?
     
  7. LiterallyCody

    LiterallyCody Face-Melting F2Per

    Steam:

    New players are more likely to join pubs.
     
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