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Dr Disrespect watches KiLLa’s iconic CoD trash talk moments

Published: 22/Aug/2019 22:10 Updated: 6/May/2020 11:01

by Alan Bernal

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Twitch star Call of Duty legend Adam ‘KiLLa’ Sloss, all while adding his own digs to back him up.

The Call of Duty competitive scene has routinely featured some of the best trash talkers in all of esports ranging from the ameteur circuit all the way up to the pro scene.

While waiting to install the surprise early release for the Modern Warfare 2v2 Alpha demo, the Doc took a trip back to memory lane featuring KiLLa, Marcus ‘MiRx’ Carter, and Christopher ‘Parasite’ Duarte where even the Two-time got hyped at brutal slams from old-school CoD.

The Doc opened up a video to the time KiLLa and co. were on Epsilon Esports side taking on Team Envy, when the pros launched a vicious tirade on their opponents.

Not one to be excluded from a Champion-level berating, the Doc joined in at various points to lay down the hurt alongside Epsilon as they were taking it to their opponents one jab at a time.

Though in the heat of KiLLa’s pop-off, it seemed like Dr Disrespect was just as stunned at what the pro player was saying leading to hilarious hesitations from the streamer. Heck, there were sometimes where the Doc was speechless and just went along with what was being said in the clip.

Out of all his reactions, it sounded like the Doc was really able to get in line with KiLLa, calling Envy “weak” while touting his Champion status.

But the Doc even had to take a step back when KiLLa called Damon ‘Karma’ Barlow “nothing” during his rant, noting that the comment might not have been entirely accurate: “(You are) nothing!! Ay, he’s got three rings. Ay, KiLLa he’s got three rings.”

Doc’s reactions were priceless throughout the entirety of the segment, but it had to be cut short since he was ready to boot up the new Call of Duty demo.

Twitch viewers know how much of a trash talker the Doc can be in regular games of CoD, PUBG, or otherwise, and it seemed like hearing the expletives being thrown in the video made the Two-time want to join in on the action.

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NICKMERCS reveals big change to make Mac 10 Warzone loadout even more OP

Published: 18/Jan/2021 14:32

by Jacob Hale

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Nick ‘NICKMERCS’ Kolcheff is one of the biggest names in Warzone right now, and his Mac 10 loadout is imitated across Verdansk — but he’s made a pretty big change to it.

Since Warzone and Black Ops Cold War integrated with one another in December, the Mac 10 has quickly become a go-to weapon in Warzone, an easy-to-control SMG that really packs a punch.

Pair it with a top ranged weapon such as the DMR, CR-56 AMAX, or Kar98k and you’ve got a loadout that is perfectly suited to battle royale.

NICKMERCS’ Mac 10 loadout has become the standard for the weapon, but he’s now made a big change to it, and you can bet this will catch on sooner rather than later.

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The Mac 10 is a formidable force in Verdansk.

NICKMERCS new Mac 10 loadout

NICKMERCS has kept his Mac 10 almost exactly the same as what it was before, barring one major change: the Ammunition used.

“I swapped out the Drum Mag for the Fast Mag,” he revealed in his January 17 YouTube upload. “You know, to add a little extra speed.”

The Salvo 53 Rnd Fast Mag offers the same increased clip size but with an even faster reload speed than the STANAG 53 Rnd Drum. It does reduce the ADS time further than the STANAG, but as Nick says, it lets him play even faster than usual. This will be especially helpful when taking on multiple enemies in a short time span, making sure the likelihood of dying while reloading is minimal.

Elsewhere, all of the other attachments are exactly the same. Here’s a rundown of what he uses:

  • Muzzle: Muzzle Brake 9
  • Barrel: 5.3” Extended
  • Stock: Wire Stock
  • Underbarrel: Patrol Grip
  • Ammunition: Salvo 53 Rnd Fast Mag

Most players would probably also opt for the Agency Suppressor rather than the Muzzle Brake on the Mac 10, but it’s clearly working out for Nick.

We would recommend trying out the Fast Mag Nick uses, especially in team games rather than just solos, but whether this impacts the meta at all remains to be seen.