So yestarday I was playing against a noob. He has this total noob deck with noob cards like "Superiority". I was playing bad, I admit it, because I wanted to do all the struggles at the same time just to them more quick, it was a bad behave because, yeah, superiority needs to make struggles 1 planet at time, it works that way I know. He started a rant and call me a noob "you should do that against an Eldar player" that's what he said while he was playing Kith. Who damn plays superiority? I'll tell: noobs play superiority, ok? Anyway. At some point I started to glitch. Yup. My sh***y connection was feeling bad yesterday, so I started to disconnect from the server, this caused my dial to explode signing the 1 planet instead of 2. Then one of my card disappeared (at least for him) and he said I was "doing shady things". Yeah, like I need that to beat your noob deck.
If you wil read this I want to say that It wasn't your fault, it was first my fault (because I was ignoring you could have dumb cards in your deck) and then it was fault of my connection. But, just for the records, there are no chances I will cheat on a "friendly" game. There's no point at all. I play to improve my skill, cheating will not give me anything apart for feeling a douche. I feel pity to anyone who take any sort of pleasure in winning a friendly game while cheating (especially on OCTGN!). And if you wasn't a total noob you should've known that OCTGN glitch when the connection is bad.
You had all the reason to ragequit, I don't blame you. But the next time you'll look in the mirror repeat ten (thousand) times "I'm just a noob, I need more practice", you will act like a man next time.