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Ewok

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  1. I find the game-play much more fun to watch with the updated radar and no autos. I enjoy the increase of flanks and backsmacks - it adds a dimension to the game that had been missing previously.
  2. Honestly, the tea-bagging and NV logo-shooting doesn't bother me at all. I know people will gossip about team changes, but I hope that NV stays together as-constructed. They proved that they can beat Liquid, and even though they got the hot 4-0 in the finals, I think they can bet OpTic anytime. Clearly Mikwen showed **ONCE AGAIN** that he's one of the best players in Halo 5, and even though Pistola didn't play great, he's still an amazing player and asset to NV. So please, don't change NV. Don't change.
  3. Just got caught up on the last 60 pages... I thought the stream had been going really well with the different combination of casters (mixing NA with EU casters), and I was excited by the really solid gameplay; come to the forums, andddddd wow.... Almost as bad as that viral conspiracy theory that Australia doesn't exist. edit: Oh, and um... LETS GO NV! -- When Mikwen is on his game, NV = top1
  4. my love for this NV squad is too strong... so I vote no.
  5. So hard to watch how horribly NV played those power weapons.
  6. Hard to watch NV go down like that, but hopefully it means that they will have extra motivation moving forward. It was imperative from the first scrimmage that Mikwen needed to be at the top of his game to get NV to the top-tier, and while it's not solely his fault that NV lost, it was clear his disposition wasn't helping. That being said, I don't think it's appropriate or constructive for people to say that Mikwen should be dropped; to me that notion is ridiculous.
  7. Such a clutch performance from NV. They were down by so much in that last game, and the resiliency they showed was simply incredible. I really thought they were done multiple times during that last series, but wow, just wow. Great job by Liquid; they're such a good team. 1146AM in Prague. I need to actually get some work done now....
  8. I woke up this morning, and immedietly went to the forums to see who won. I was catching up on the last 15 pages watching all the clips, and building the suspense within me. Come to realize, its 11AM in Prague, and NV Liquid are STILL playing. Part of me feels bad for the players, part of me is so excited to see them play live!
  9. Something I appreciated about last night stream: T2 and Elamite talking about going to Alaska mid-game. I find that video game casters across all titles spend too much time in game explaining every single detail of the situation that's unfolding. While it's helpful in some situations during the game, I find that in others it's not totally important. I like it when the casters go on small tangents about a specific game play, or a player, or history, or just something going outside of the game. In nearly every other sport you get this, but in esports, you rarely ever do. Maybe it's because casters for esports are usually younger, and more unexperienced. Either way, I appreciate the T2 - Elamites banter. It means they're both getting better, and more comfortable casting.
  10. Snip3down's interview! Dude is putting everyone on blast. T2 must be so proud.
  11. The relationship between Team Beyond/ the competitive scene and 343 is like my relationship with my latest ex.
  12. Yeah it was more click bait-y beforehand, but I legit edited it a second later. Didn't think click bait-y would actually start anything, because it wasn't my intention. I felt the more interesting part was about organisational news, and possibly picking up a guy who had a 1.33 k/d in two big games. and by 'sort and interesting' it was this: "Ryanoob wouldn't give me Renegades number", which I would have done too if I was @@RyaNoob Also, forget to add: Sorry
  13. Some updates on LOL (aka the team everyone has love for atm): Not only did Renegade prove himself capable of playing in the Pro League, he proved he can be a strong force in it as well. From my Intel (gathered from the source (ie. Asking APG questions in Ogre2s twitch chat)), and despite the Ace interview, LOL is very much interested in picking up Renegade; the only other factor in this equation is what happens with Stellur. Also, there seems to have been an interesting, but short chat between Ryanoob and APG on the Renegade subject. Look for LOL to sign with an organization quickly before this next LAN. They could foot the bill individually, but signing with a new Org would really make that entire process much easier for them. They are using patience during this process, which I think is the right decision. So if I was a betting man, I'd put money on some team changes occurring. ALG might make a move. E6 might make a move. I think El Town is safe, but everything is fluid.
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