Dragon Nest SEA Showmatch Explained~!
Ever wondered why I’ve started DNSEA Showmatch?
Ever wondered why you always see the same faces or players in the showmatch (Maybe except for 1 out of the 9 so far)?
Here’s what this article is for, to explain the existence of DNSEA Showmatch.
DNSEA Showmatch was inspired by players of dragon nest who sought after high level PVP play between players.
This group of players do not want to see 2 new dragon nest PVP players dash it out in a battle, they want to see 2 extremely seasoned PVP players fight it out.
By extremely seasoned I refer to this: Probably one of the best in their respective class, and having adequate knowledge in dealing with other classes.
Hence this is what DNSEA Showmatch is, high level PVP plays displayed by competent players who definitely have quality attitude.
Most mis-conceptions about DNSEA Showmatch is that it’s a route for DNSEA players to get famous with the community.
While DNSEA Showmatch does helps players being showcased to be more well-known, that is part and parcel of being showcased and should NEVER be the reason why you want to be featured in one.
Why all the stringent requirements?
I’ll refer to “quality attitude” in the introduction for starters.
Quality attitude refers to players who do not trash talk other players, are receptive to defeat (meaning they don’t mind losing because when they do, they learn something) and most importantly having shown humility.
The second thing I’ll talk about is the “skill level”
So how does one know he is ready to be in a showmatch?
Here are some very basic foundational guideline questions you should ask yourself:
- Are you timing your tumble, blink, reactive blink, urgency trick etc? (In other words dodging at the right time and opportunity)
- Do you have knowledge of basic rotations or combos once there’s a chance to do so?
- Have you tried mirror match-ups with players around your skill level?
- Have you tried battling the elites in your own server? (Refer to http://forum.cherrycredits.com/forum/56-colosseum/ for list of elites of various servers)
- What’s your reason behind PVP-ing in DN? Do you have an aim or message to bring across?
These are the questions I can think of so far and are not exhaustive
Mis-conceptions about skill level is a player being able to dish out a fanciful combo but NOT during an actual fight.
PVP is mostly about execution.
Meaning to say to bring your opponent into a state whereby you can unleash your fury
Easier said than done of course, especially against very very good opponents.
All in all, I wrote this article because I’ve seen many comments on the video asking me to do showmatches of players that are not known.
While providing for lesser known players are valid, if you really want to see a pair of players being featured, please refer to the guidelines above.
And once you feel extremely strongly that these 2 players are really missed out off the community, simply post on http://www.facebook.com/kazudragonhaven
Send me an email at [email protected]
I’ll definitely get back to you ASAP
I leave you with the latest showmatch between Starkey (Force User) and MizuEggu (Swordmaster) as well as the playlist of the entire showmatch done so far.
Playlist of showmatches so far.
If you’re looking for other PVP battles of different various classes including mirror matches.
Check out the latest tournament organized by TEGaming which is the Springwood Best of the Best
Link to playlist here:
I hope to bring you people more showmatches in the future.
With 50 cap coming to us soon (I hope), we will definitely see many many more exciting matches
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