During the week it’s mostly regular humans who play this game. However, in the weekend all the captive monkeys are able to play Horde. I think it’s a great initiative from zoos and the accompanying willingness of TC to provide this.
Of course it’s kinda hard to train monkeys what you should do in Master Horde and things you should never do.
A Marcus using the only boomshot in locker, the one Keegan expects to use to refill his ulti ? Well, that’s just normal monkey behaviour. A Paduk using the only Salvo and then throwing it empty on the ground? Well, that’s just normal monkey behaviour. Recapping both taps in Horde Frenzy while a Lizzie is retro charging the last downed enemy? Well, that’s just normal monkey behaviour. Someone running in front if your salvo you’ve been firing for at least 5 seconds uninterrupted? Well, that’s just normal monkey behaviour. Killing yourself just after the end of the round to regain ammo and an extra weapon but never getting revived despite your tag is only 3 meter from the fab? Well, your entire team is played by monkeys.
So the lesson here is: On the weekends you shouldn’t expect anything from your team because chances are… they’re just monkeys displaying normal monkey behaviour. Just because you are playing Master doesn’t matter since monkeys don’t understand the difference between Master and Beginner. So don’t worry, expect nothing and have some fun playing with actual monkeys. It’s quite a special sight seeing these animals try to make sense of an online game. Some even try to communicate by spamming their laugh emote the whole game (since some resemble monkey noises I think): “Ha ha, Ha ha, Ha ha, Ha ha, Ha ha, Ha ha, Ha ha, Ha ha, Ha ha, Ha ha, Boo, Boo, Ha ha, Boo, Boo, Boo”.