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  1. MrEpicGoat & Film & Adolfia & Jinzo & McTosh & Emcitement. I am sure I forgot to mention some of the top pro players, but it has been a while since I was active.
  2. Shields are awesome mainly because you can leave one just next to your dead opponent's body, so they could contemplate on your well-crafted symbol design whilst waiting to resurrect. They get to enjoy art, you get to be edgy, it's a win-win situation.
  3. I am sorry to burst your bubble, but you're barking up the wrong tree. Despite being a gold player, I am not competitive (at least not for the last decade or so) and couldn't care less about a match outcome. I lose 15 out of 20 matches on average but I value one's positive personal traits way more than their skill, and that's a primary factor when it comes to choosing whom I play with, so seeing me with low-skilled, but fairly positive and fun people in a team is pretty much a common sight. Moreover, I used to avoid playing with established, high-skilled players even when they were constantly asking me to group with them just because I prefer laid-back, frivolous gameplay and to fool around during my matches. By the way, you have to fix your Google Translate, it appears to be broken.
  4. Personally, I love that feature and find it quite useful. I tend to use it often since I do not like to play with people on my team who have conspicuously negative or bad attitudes.
  5. I know, it must be overwhelming. People here tend to struggle with comprehending even simpler things.
  6. Unfortunately, one may expect even a bigger player base decline due to the current grim situation in Europe.
  7. Taking into account “wherefore” means “why”, not “where”, this thread has the latent potential of getting an unexpected and likely riveting twist.
  8. We only want it so we could complain how it's the same old recycled event.
  9. "The best" car is the one you like most of all. For someone that's definitely Patriot Vegas, or let's say Nulander Pioneer, someone can't live without their Bishada Rapier or Charge Mikro, someone prefers Dolton Broadwing or Han Veo, but stylish and sophisticated people always drive Dolton Fresno.
  10. Finally, a well-formatted post for us dyslexic ones. I appreciate it, thank you.
  11. Hey, perhaps I can't tell with a great certainty who might be covertly cheating and I shun all unnecessary judgement, but after 10+ years of APB experience I can definitely tell whether or not someone is new to the game, even if they are shamming. I do agree with your statement APB is steadily losing its players, even those newbies I get chance occasionally to meet and spend some time with usually do not stay for long.
  12. Admittedly, I do not visit San Paro often, I have perhaps 2-3 hours free per week when I could be playing video-games, but often I chose to do something else instead. Regardless, whenever I decide to play something and log in this game, I always meet someone new who's a genuine newbie and starting out on their APB adventure. Unquestionably, they do exist.
  13. I can't say I am very surprised by the fact that the majority of people who were particularly vocal in their criticism of the dethreaters are now doing the same thing - stomping on the new and/or noticeably less skilled players with no mercy and regrets. We can't use a double standard for measuring our own and other people's policies. The current system without the threat segregation seems to be working just fine as a band-aid solution, yet the crux of the matter still remains.
  14. So sweet and generous of you. I am glad to see San Paro can be still a kind, giving place.
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