I don't personally think K/D reflects if a player is good or not does but people @_@ always brag about their stats as if it is. I find some really good players sometime with high K/D but poor W/L ratios and immediately think that they're solo players out for themselves, who go for kills and most likely steal them. I've also met some of the best team players vice versa. I'll just be honest and say that my K/D is 1.0 but my W/L is 2.4 and let me tell you, a lot of my steals are always stolen (because I usually down people with my lancer and don't go for the body like most ppl). They should make a Medal instead of a ribbon for Stop Thief! because I'd have an onxy by now -_- I'm not too mad about it though, only mad if its the last one and I want an arm rip execution. So what are your opinions of K/D vs. W/L? My opinion is that W/L is a better determinant of how good the player is although I don't think stats by themselves are a good determinant of the player overall. I'm okay if you don't agree with me because I'd just like to hear your guys' opinions and will ignore you if you're really rude or something or.... just give you a
On a side note: I posted in another thread about how I want to find people to help me train and people automatically assume because I asked for training partners that when they play with me that I must suck @_@.... I wrote saying "I'm not a noob per se" I just want to master power weapons like snipe and torque mainly so its assumption that's sort of wearing on my nerves when they see my red 53 and they're like...u don't need help training. Yes I do need help training and I'm always looking for more people to train with because there's always going to be a situation in which I could've done better if I had just trained more. And yes, I take gears really serious and hope to compete this summer in tournaments. I've played against really good players in Ranked and am more than happy to lose to them if I learn something from it. I'm the type of player that is open to learning and changing to win. I'm sort of sad though that some of the people who responded and wanted to help don't want to train anymore because I'm a decent player. It's like saying only bad players need to train, which I find rather lame. It's not good enough, I want to be better and better and learn all that I can before the Gears gaming world ends and sort of sad I came into it so late in its history. I'm looking forward to Ghost Recon coming out because I hear it plays like Gears but am disheartened to see that that visal style is too much CoD. They could have at least made it cartoony like Borderlands but *sighs*. And I also saw a rather rude thread about a "Man" asking for help training and basically implying that all female players aren't good, laughed about it but decided not to say anything because there was no need to speak to a sexist.