Why are there many BKs telling others to get good?

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I’ve been reading a few topics, and it seems like a lot of players dismiss criticism and complaints from other players with “Git Gud”
However, when I look at their service records, usually most people that say “Git Gud” have never played H1-H3 or even reach, 95% started with H4 or H5.
Why do we have so many newcomers, probably teens, who have migrated over from CoD, telling veteran Halo players to “Git Gud?”
I look at their service records and almost all of them have a sub 1.0 K/D – meaning these players die more than they kill. They hold back the team, objectively.
I don’t understand. Is “Git Gud” a staple among BKs?

Because they have nothing concrete to offer and just want to come off like they actually know how to play. A lot of what is said in these forums by some is a cover for their lack of knowledge and ability, as well as a sign of their own insecurity.

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Using the term “Git Gud” seems to be a way for players to just tell someone they are bad at the game, no questions asked. But in truth, does it matter if some have played the older Halos? Why do people have to add some kind of status to those who have played the older Halos, while calling newer players young CoD teens?

Someone, not myself, may be better at the game then an older player, even if they have not played the past entries. Why do we have to put a barrier up to newer players, we are all Halo fans, and Halo fans the same.

And what does BK mean?

Cod players will be cod players everywhere they go.

The OP has not played Halo before. Not sure they are able to speak to the skill of any Halo player.

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> The OP has not played Halo before. Not sure they are able to speak to the skill of any Halo player.

other account maybe?

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> other account maybe?

It is one assumption. Given the ways of the Xbox community, I tend to assume that it is a troll.

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> The OP has not played Halo before. Not sure they are able to speak to the skill of any Halo player.

Back in the days people just called people a John, a scrub, garbage, or BK. Don’t really remember people saying Git Gud in Halo until 5.

What is a BK?

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> I’ve been reading a few topics, and it seems like a lot of players dismiss criticism and complaints from other players with “Git Gud”
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> However, when I look at their service records, usually most people that say “Git Gud” have never played H1-H3 or even reach, 95% started with H4 or H5.
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> Why do we have so many newcomers, probably teens, who have migrated over from CoD, telling veteran Halo players to “Git Gud?”
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> I look at their service records and almost all of them have a sub 1.0 K/D – meaning these players die more than they kill. They hold back the team, objectively.
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> I don’t understand. Is “Git Gud” a staple among BKs?

Well the thing is, the only way the older halos show up is if you’ve had the same gamertag or account forever. Because the stat tracking didn’t kick in until XBL came out. I have a friend who was the best H2 player I’d ever seen and his service record says he played 2 games. Yet I’d watch him play 30-40 a day in college. So the service record could be misleading. JS.

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> What is a BK?

I know right! I have no clue what that means at all… If this is some common name from the older days, then I am now a noob.

I don’t see how playing the first few Halo games is indicative of a person’s maturity.
I am sure there are some that played Halo 2 back in the day and still say ‘Git gud skrubz’ - maybe they just feel like saying it?
However I am against people responding to serious questions/issues about the game with one line of ‘get good’ etc.

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> What is a BK?

It is internet slang for “bad kid”. It is an older term at least in terms of internet sayings.

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> The OP has not played Halo before. Not sure they are able to speak to the skill of any Halo player.

I have an account, but I haven’t logged into my Xbox for like 2 years, and they wanted me to jump through a bunch of hoops to recover it because I couldn’t remember the answer to my secret questions… and since I don’t even use my Xbox anymore, I don’t see the point.

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> > The OP has not played Halo before. Not sure they are able to speak to the skill of any Halo player.
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> I have an account, but I haven’t logged into my Xbox for like 2 years, and they wanted me to jump through a bunch of hoops to recover it because I couldn’t remember the answer to my secret questions… and since I don’t even use my Xbox anymore, I don’t see the point

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> It is internet slang for “bad kid”. It is an older term at least in terms of internet sayings.

that was so obvious that I cannot believe I did not think of that…

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> > I have an account, but I haven’t logged into my Xbox for like 2 years, and they wanted me to jump through a bunch of hoops to recover it because I couldn’t remember the answer to my secret questions… and since I don’t even use my Xbox anymore, I don’t see the point.
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It means “Bad Kid” so obvious, how did I not see it?

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> that was so obvious that I cannot believe I did not think of that…

I’m in the same boat.

#obvioustrollthread #fakeaccount

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> It means “Bad Kid” so obvious, how did I not see it?

We never used to use BK as bad kid even though we knew what they were saying, we used to constantly say Burger King to piss them off.