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Overwatch Doomfist

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Heya

Pretty well formatted guide and easy to digest for the newer players who may seek advice here. Pictures are a great plus that makes it easy on the eyes to read.

Looking forward to more guides, Blainie

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14 hours ago, Dainara said:

Looking forward to more guides, Blainie

Thanks for the feedback! I'm hoping to have my next guide up very shortly (Reinhardt) and then follow up with finishing off the tanks. Sombra and Ana should be in there somewhere too. I'm aiming to get at least a few more guides up before the end of the month to get things going quickly.

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