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I've tried, but I just can't seem to wrap my head around games like League of Legends or DOTA 2. I understand why they're fun, and I think they're good games, I am just so unbelievably awful at them that I feel like I'll never get anywhere. I just don't have the hundreds of hours of practice required to really get good on them.
A lot of people do, though. Whether it's a fighting game, or StarCraft, or a MOBA, plenty of people devote huge amounts of time into becoming beastly at their game of choice. This week, I want you to tell me about a game you've really trained for and how it managed to suck you in. Tell me about the process of starting out as a scrub, and eventually mastering your game of choice. What exactly did you have to do to really get good at it?
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