I’ve been away from the PHO for nearly a year now.
I’ve only played in one of the two official tournaments, a game tournament in Japan.
It was fun, but I wasn’t enjoying it.
There’s a lot of hype surrounding PHO, the game where you have to get a certain amount of kills in order to make it into the final.
You never get to see the final or hear the announcer or see the players.
So I thought, hey, this is not what I want to do.
So it’s not really something that I can get behind.
But I can’t really put my head down.
So when I was invited to join the PHF, I knew that this was a chance for me to really get into the game, and to play with other players who have been involved in the PHI for a long time.
And it was the first time in a long while where I really felt like I could go back to playing PHO and really be part of it, which is something that’s been missing for a while.
I guess it’s the first chance for players to really see how much I love the game.
There was a lot going on at the time, but in the end it was just me, my friends, and the PHOF team.
I went in there and I felt like, I’m really in love with PHO.
When we started doing PHO tournaments in Japan, I wasn- it was a very different environment.
They were really strict about all the rules and stuff, so the only thing that you could really do was just do your job and you’d be OK.
And I guess that was fine with me.
I played for the PHFU (Phonetic Federation of Japan) for about a year and a half, and I got invited to the PHPQ (Pho Queer QQ).
So that was the chance for some other people to see me play, but at the end of the day it was mostly just me playing.
I think it’s still a very big part of the PHQ.
I had to come out here and prove myself to the community and the other players.
And for a lot, it was about that, so I had a lot to prove.
I don’t know what I was thinking at the beginning.
I was like, hey!
I’ve never been to PHQ before.
I’m not going to do this, so why should I do this?
And I’m thinking, I have to be ready for whatever it is that’s going to happen.
I have a lot on my plate, so hopefully I’ll be able to come up with a great strategy and a great game plan.
I felt really bad.
I feel like it was really bad for me that I couldn’t be here.
So that really pissed me off.
It felt like they were looking for a replacement.
The other players, they were all very supportive.
I really didn’t know if I could do this.
And the other guys, they really didn.
They really wanted me to be here, and they were like, yeah, this will be a great experience for you guys.
So at the start of PHOQ, I had this huge amount of confidence in myself, but then I started losing it a lot.
I just started losing confidence, and it was so hard for me, because it was my first tournament in PHO so I was nervous, but it was good for me because I felt good and I could really push myself.
When I was trying to do my best to do PHO at the moment, I didn’t feel like I was making it to the final, but my mental state really helped me out.
When you’re losing confidence in yourself and your mental state, it becomes easier for you to make adjustments.
I thought I was ready for PHO to start but I still didn’t have my best game plan, and then I just got nervous and then my game just kind of dropped off.
I got a couple of really bad drops, but after that I was really able to make some changes to my game plan to be able make it to that final.
And then after that, I got to play PHO again.
So even though I’m going through a lot right now, I really think that this tournament has been the best experience for me.
There are a lot more people who are also into PHO in Japan than there are in PHQ, so it’s a really good feeling for everyone involved.
It’s not just me and my friends playing, but a lot others who are participating in PHOP, PHP2, PHOP3, and also the PHOP QQ.
And so when I get to PHO QQ, it’s just going to be really special.
It will be the first event where I’ve actually played the game myself