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TitanCMD

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TitanCMD last won the day on April 20 2019

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About TitanCMD

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  1. Any Old Timers still around

    Its a fun team game, I would keep an eye out when Blizzard does an Overwatch free weekend
  2. Any Old Timers still around

    I'm not as old as the Battlefield days, but I've been here since the launch of Overwatch (2016). Come play OW with us and drink drinks
  3. Overwatch Fun at ADK for May 2020

    About the Clips Another fun and crazy and scary month of Overwatch! With everything that is going on in the world, a lot of us stay in and play Overwatch. We've been having some good numbers with last week having almost enough for two teams, good stuff. I stayed on tank, for the most part, this month with playing a little support. I got the first two spots in the clips with some tanking, and a new game mode we found where you have a Rein charge as Thomas the Tank. It wasn't action-packed but super funny. Billy and Nick get the next two spots while playing their best characters. @nickphan can play nearly any tank and support and Billy can constantly get clutch with Reaper. Then they end up dueling each other in a 1v1 with Nick winning. Purple weed gets in next and shows us why he's one of our best DPS players. Funky is next while we are playing a Mercy only game mode with melee only called Mercy Boxing Plus. - Titan In the World of Overwatch Overwatch League just finished its May Melee tournament with some great results. For the North America Division, San Francisco successfully established their dominance with the first seed and finally became the champion of the tournament after beating Florida Mayhem 4 to 2. However, the success of Florida Mayhem should not be ignored because they were considered an average or below average franchise so far. The Mayhem took the second seed and later made it to the final. For the Asia Division, the Shanghai Dragons arguably made the greatest come back ever in the Overwatch League history after the 4-3 victory against the Seoul Dynasty, after being down 0-3. At the other half of the game, they decided to run dive composition as much as possible, even in maps like King’s Row and Junkertown, where the double shield or the brawl composition has a greater advantage. Seoul Dynasty also deserved some compliments since they started with the last seed coming into the playoffs, and they made it to the final and almost beat the Dragons, which is considered the strongest team in this region. The Dynasty really shows that they are still a championship contender even with the poor record in the regular season. Finally, the Overwatch League decided to let players take a break and they will be back on June 13th. "Shanghai Dragons arguably made the greatest come back ever in the Overwatch League history after the 4-3 victory against the Seoul Dynasty, after being down 0-3" Overwatch this month had some hero changes as an effort to balance many heroes. Mercy received a flat healing buff to her primary healing, Zenyatta’s Discord Orb amplifies damage by 5 more percent, meanwhile, Moira’s biotic orb and Ana primary healing were nerfed. Bastion and Junkrat both receive some nice buffs because of their lower pick rates. The Overwatch Anniversary events is back with new skins and brings back content and items from past events. All events skins are available so do not miss the chance to buy the ones that you would love to have. - Nick Phan
  4. Overwatch Fun at ADK for May 2020

    About the Clips Another fun and crazy and scary month of Overwatch! With everything that is going on in the world, a lot of us stay in and play Overwatch. We've been having some good numbers with last week having almost enough for two teams, good stuff. I stayed on tank, for the most part, this month with playing a little support. I got the first two spots in the clips with some tanking, and a new game mode we found where you have a Rein charge as Thomas the Tank. It wasn't action-packed but super funny. Billy and Nick get the next two spots while playing their best characters. @nickphan can play nearly any tank and support and Billy can constantly get clutch with Reaper. Then they end up dueling each other in a 1v1 with Nick winning. Purple weed gets in next and shows us why he's one of our best DPS players. Funky is next while we are playing a Mercy only game mode with melee only called Mercy Boxing Plus. - Titan In the World of Overwatch Overwatch League just finished its May Melee tournament with some great results. For the North America Division, San Francisco successfully established their dominance with the first seed and finally became the champion of the tournament after beating Florida Mayhem 4 to 2. However, the success of Florida Mayhem should not be ignored because they were considered an average or below average franchise so far. The Mayhem took the second seed and later made it to the final. For the Asia Division, the Shanghai Dragons arguably made the greatest come back ever in the Overwatch League history after the 4-3 victory against the Seoul Dynasty, after being down 0-3. At the other half of the game, they decided to run dive composition as much as possible, even in maps like King’s Row and Junkertown, where the double shield or the brawl composition has a greater advantage. Seoul Dynasty also deserved some compliments since they started with the last seed coming into the playoffs, and they made it to the final and almost beat the Dragons, which is considered the strongest team in this region. The Dynasty really shows that they are still a championship contender even with the poor record in the regular season. Finally, the Overwatch League decided to let players take a break and they will be back on June 13th. "Shanghai Dragons arguably made the greatest come back ever in the Overwatch League history after the 4-3 victory against the Seoul Dynasty, after being down 0-3" Overwatch this month had some hero changes as an effort to balance many heroes. Mercy received a flat healing buff to her primary healing, Zenyatta’s Discord Orb amplifies damage by 5 more percent, meanwhile, Moira’s biotic orb and Ana primary healing were nerfed. Bastion and Junkrat both receive some nice buffs because of their lower pick rates. The Overwatch Anniversary events is back with new skins and brings back content and items from past events. All events skins are available so do not miss the chance to buy the ones that you would love to have. - Nick Phan View full article
  5. Overwatch Fun at ADK for April 2020

    We have a blast every Friday night, guaranteed
  6. Overwatch Fun at ADK for April 2020

    About the Clips Another fun month of Overwatch! I switched back to tank for the most part after a couple of months trying to learn support. I could always get silver healing but gold was rare. @CardinalFunky had plenty of Dead eyes with Mccree, Driftless showed us how to play some solid Brig and he tanked with Orisa as well. My favorite clip is at the end when Funky gets rezzed and then gets a triple kill. Fun stuff! In the World of Overwatch There have been a lot of changes going on with the Overwatch League as the Covid-19 Pandemic is going strong in the U.S. The line between the Atlantic and Pacific Conference has been blurred because since they moved from the physical “homestand” LAN format to the online matches, which results in the fact that teams must play in either Asia region or North America region due to ping issues. Multiple Western teams with a strong core of Korean players, including New York Excelsior, London Spitfire, and Vancouver Titans have moved to South Korea because the teams felt safer there; however, Vancouver Titans announced a return to North America due to some logistics and management issues. Thus, currently, the 7 teams: Charge, Dragons, Dynasty, Excelsior, Hunters, Spark, and Spitfire, while the remaining 13 teams belong to the North America region. They will have a tournament among the two regions in May. There were a lot of changes to hero pools in April. They changed from having separate hero pools between the game and the competition to the same hero pools for all players using the hero usages of the Masters/Grandmasters, and on the latest, they plan to keep hero pools only for Masters/Grandmasters and League/ Contenders players based on the League hero usages. Blizzard has been listening to the feedbacks of the community and tries their best to make sure the majority of players feel happy. Map pools were also removed from the game, all maps are available to play except Paris and Horizon Lunar Colony. On the performances of the teams, it is really hard to tell exactly where every team is because of the two regions; however, there are some clear best and worst teams in the League as of right now. On the winning side, the Philadelphia Fusion in North America and Shanghai Dragons in Asia are consistently dominating their competition. Meanwhile, the Boston Uprising is clearly at the bottom of the standings. They now only have 6 active players due to Walid “Mouffin” Bassal was kicked out following allegations of sexual misconduct, Min-seob “Axxiom” Park took leave of absence for a medical procedure, and Gabriel “Swimmer” Levy and Sangbeom “Munchkin” Byun left the team recently. The minimum requirement of 8 players in the Overwatch League has been waived for the Uprising due to the current situation with the Covid-19 pandemic. On the breaking news, Jay “Sinatraa” Won, the star flex DPS player of San Francisco Shock, recently left Overwatch League in order to pursue a career in Valorant. He stated that the long DPS queue time in 2-2-2 role lock was the biggest obstacle for him to continue playing Overwatch. Sinatraa won the 2019 T-Mobile OWL Award and Overwatch League season 2 with the Shock, and also won the Overwatch World Cup 2019 and the MVP for the event with the U.S.A team. His departure is a surprise to a lot of people since he is a current “star” player for a championship team and earns one of the highest salaries in the League; meanwhile, Valorant only began the open beta recently and has not announced any competitive scene yet. Since Valorant came out, many notable Overwatch players have moved to the new game, including Dafran, Taimou, TviQ, HyP, Gods, Kyb, and Wanted.
  7. About the Clips Another fun month of Overwatch! I switched back to tank for the most part after a couple of months trying to learn support. I could always get silver healing but gold was rare. @CardinalFunky had plenty of Dead eyes with Mccree, Driftless showed us how to play some solid Brig and he tanked with Orisa as well. My favorite clip is at the end when Funky gets rezzed and then gets a triple kill. Fun stuff! In the World of Overwatch There have been a lot of changes going on with the Overwatch League as the Covid-19 Pandemic is going strong in the U.S. The line between the Atlantic and Pacific Conference has been blurred because since they moved from the physical “homestand” LAN format to the online matches, which results in the fact that teams must play in either Asia region or North America region due to ping issues. Multiple Western teams with a strong core of Korean players, including New York Excelsior, London Spitfire, and Vancouver Titans have moved to South Korea because the teams felt safer there; however, Vancouver Titans announced a return to North America due to some logistics and management issues. Thus, currently, the 7 teams: Charge, Dragons, Dynasty, Excelsior, Hunters, Spark, and Spitfire, while the remaining 13 teams belong to the North America region. They will have a tournament among the two regions in May. There were a lot of changes to hero pools in April. They changed from having separate hero pools between the game and the competition to the same hero pools for all players using the hero usages of the Masters/Grandmasters, and on the latest, they plan to keep hero pools only for Masters/Grandmasters and League/ Contenders players based on the League hero usages. Blizzard has been listening to the feedbacks of the community and tries their best to make sure the majority of players feel happy. Map pools were also removed from the game, all maps are available to play except Paris and Horizon Lunar Colony. On the performances of the teams, it is really hard to tell exactly where every team is because of the two regions; however, there are some clear best and worst teams in the League as of right now. On the winning side, the Philadelphia Fusion in North America and Shanghai Dragons in Asia are consistently dominating their competition. Meanwhile, the Boston Uprising is clearly at the bottom of the standings. They now only have 6 active players due to Walid “Mouffin” Bassal was kicked out following allegations of sexual misconduct, Min-seob “Axxiom” Park took leave of absence for a medical procedure, and Gabriel “Swimmer” Levy and Sangbeom “Munchkin” Byun left the team recently. The minimum requirement of 8 players in the Overwatch League has been waived for the Uprising due to the current situation with the Covid-19 pandemic. On the breaking news, Jay “Sinatraa” Won, the star flex DPS player of San Francisco Shock, recently left Overwatch League in order to pursue a career in Valorant. He stated that the long DPS queue time in 2-2-2 role lock was the biggest obstacle for him to continue playing Overwatch. Sinatraa won the 2019 T-Mobile OWL Award and Overwatch League season 2 with the Shock, and also won the Overwatch World Cup 2019 and the MVP for the event with the U.S.A team. His departure is a surprise to a lot of people since he is a current “star” player for a championship team and earns one of the highest salaries in the League; meanwhile, Valorant only began the open beta recently and has not announced any competitive scene yet. Since Valorant came out, many notable Overwatch players have moved to the new game, including Dafran, Taimou, TviQ, HyP, Gods, Kyb, and Wanted. View full article
  8. Overwatch Fun at ADK for March 2020

    Nice, thats what we usually do
  9. Overwatch Fun at ADK for March 2020

    We usually do Quick Play, but can do everything depending on how many people show up.
  10. What a fun month of quarantine! With having to stay inside a lot of people logged in on our Friday night Overwatch. We got some new members who are tons of fun to play with. Overwatch League moved to YouTube and we are hoping to get League Tokens for watching on YouTube like we did when we watched on Twitch. Join us for some fun on Friday nights and get included in the clips below, glhf! View full article
  11. Overwatch Fun at ADK for March 2020

    What a fun month of quarantine! With having to stay inside a lot of people logged in on our Friday night Overwatch. We got some new members who are tons of fun to play with. Overwatch League moved to YouTube and we are hoping to get League Tokens for watching on YouTube like we did when we watched on Twitch. Join us for some fun on Friday nights and get included in the clips below, glhf!
  12. IGNs: itsFood Game: Overwatch ADK Role: Guest Overwatch roles: Likes to play every role Food has been a guest at ADK for some time. He is one of the best in ADK at executing high-level gameplay. He is a big fan of the Overwatch League and brings those strats to our Friday night game nights. You can see him teleport the entire team on the point, be a DPS Moira and destroy as Reaper. He makes it every Friday night and we really value the vibes he brings. I took a moment to ask Food some questions about himself, here are his responses: What brought you to ADK? I joined a "Find a Group" one night, which so happened Funky's ADK Friday Night group. It was a chill and fun night, we ended up playing for hours. The rest is history, I've been playing with ADK every Friday since. What part of the community brings you the most joy? I like that, for the most part, people don't take themselves too seriously. We all like winning, but there's room for fun too. What game could you play for the rest of your life? I don't think there's a game out there (yet) that I would want to play for the rest of my life. It would have to be a true sandbox if there were. When you're not playing games, what do you do? When I'm not gaming, I work as a creative in an advertising agency, but I'm usually gaming. Why should people join us Friday nights to play Overwatch? Sometimes we lose, sometimes we win, but we always have fun! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Join us Friday nights at 6 PM PST/8 PM CST/9 PM EST for a few hours of overwatch. Check out our forums and become a member and then we can get you on our Discord. Or just ask a staff member how to join us Fridays. View full article
  13. IGNs: itsFood Game: Overwatch ADK Role: Guest Overwatch roles: Likes to play every role Food has been a guest at ADK for some time. He is one of the best in ADK at executing high-level gameplay. He is a big fan of the Overwatch League and brings those strats to our Friday night game nights. You can see him teleport the entire team on the point, be a DPS Moira and destroy as Reaper. He makes it every Friday night and we really value the vibes he brings. I took a moment to ask Food some questions about himself, here are his responses: What brought you to ADK? I joined a "Find a Group" one night, which so happened Funky's ADK Friday Night group. It was a chill and fun night, we ended up playing for hours. The rest is history, I've been playing with ADK every Friday since. What part of the community brings you the most joy? I like that, for the most part, people don't take themselves too seriously. We all like winning, but there's room for fun too. What game could you play for the rest of your life? I don't think there's a game out there (yet) that I would want to play for the rest of my life. It would have to be a true sandbox if there were. When you're not playing games, what do you do? When I'm not gaming, I work as a creative in an advertising agency, but I'm usually gaming. Why should people join us Friday nights to play Overwatch? Sometimes we lose, sometimes we win, but we always have fun! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Join us Friday nights at 6 PM PST/8 PM CST/9 PM EST for a few hours of overwatch. Check out our forums and become a member and then we can get you on our Discord. Or just ask a staff member how to join us Fridays.
  14. Overwatch Fun at ADK: November 2019

    Friday Night Mayhem: 'In house' at ADK November is done and we are halfway through December, so what happened in November when it comes to hero selection, meta and how much fun did we have? Sigma was in full swing and we saw shields stack up as the best defense. Naturally, the solution was to have shield break against any combo like Sigma-Rein or Sigma-Orisa. Sigma is an interesting hero as he is very mobile and can end up doing a lot of damage. One particular quickplay match we had, the enemy Sigma did over 13k damage on Havana. So in the right hand, Sigma is very dominant. Overall we saw more Ana and Moira and saw less of Mercy and Zen. Doomfist if played right, can be very good in the current meta. Roadhog got some buffs that have stayed into December in a response to double shield, so he is a strong choice at the moment. Winston and Hammond can be useful, but only in certain situations. If you do run Roadhog Orisa a very strong pick for support is Baptiste. Besides learning Sigma, we had a very hard time against Mei and Reaper. I got killed by reaper flanks a lot and Mei has been and always will be one of the most annoying Heroes. We play Quickplay since our Competitive ranks are not close enough for us to play, so instead we queued up some Classic Quickplay and lost to GOATs and destroyed some dive comps, we don’t think Dive is coming back any time soon. Most Friday nights we usually get to a full team, but we also love playing Arcade when we have more than six players. So come join us for some fun. Sign up on our website here to become a member and then we can get you in our Discord.
  15. Friday Night Mayhem: 'In house' at ADK November is done and we are halfway through December, so what happened in November when it comes to hero selection, meta and how much fun did we have? Sigma was in full swing and we saw shields stack up as the best defense. Naturally, the solution was to have shield break against any combo like Sigma-Rein or Sigma-Orisa. Sigma is an interesting hero as he is very mobile and can end up doing a lot of damage. One particular quickplay match we had, the enemy Sigma did over 13k damage on Havana. So in the right hand, Sigma is very dominant. Overall we saw more Ana and Moira and saw less of Mercy and Zen. Doomfist if played right, can be very good in the current meta. Roadhog got some buffs that have stayed into December in a response to double shield, so he is a strong choice at the moment. Winston and Hammond can be useful, but only in certain situations. If you do run Roadhog Orisa a very strong pick for support is Baptiste. Besides learning Sigma, we had a very hard time against Mei and Reaper. I got killed by reaper flanks a lot and Mei has been and always will be one of the most annoying Heroes. We play Quickplay since our Competitive ranks are not close enough for us to play, so instead we queued up some Classic Quickplay and lost to GOATs and destroyed some dive comps, we don’t think Dive is coming back any time soon. Most Friday nights we usually get to a full team, but we also love playing Arcade when we have more than six players. So come join us for some fun. Sign up on our website here to become a member and then we can get you in our Discord. View full article
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