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Power Rankings ER 2

Postby Zak » 08 Apr 2013, 01:05

4. Dantski: I don't think anyone expected this team to make it to the semi-finals. Team Ratking looked a lot better on paper, but made some egregious blunders in a few of the games today and deservedly lost the match. Dantski is a smart captain with some solid players on his team, probably the most all around depth right after Zak's Kids. However they did lose to Zak's Kids and its on them this coming weekend to prove that match was a fluke.

3. Team Limp: A very sloppy, flakey, mess of a team. However when Team Limp takes a shower and has some coffee, they can deliver some impressive results. Today they 5-0ed a team that was a heavy favorite against them going into the match. If they keep playing like this they could go the finals, or even win the tournament! All depends on how Scratch plays, I reckon.

2. Team GKG: Heavy favorite for the finals, this team rarely disappoints. With a top heavy roster of GKG, Adren, and Myrk, it seems like these guys should steamroll most competition. However in some incidences their roleplayers have let them down (dac, evil jake). However they managed to obliterate asmo in some not very close games today. Odds are in their favor vs the flakey Team Limp.

1. Zak's Kids: Undefeated in the tournament, and the only team to defeat the #1 seed. Zak's Kids just dismantled a dangerous Team Paris, putting on a dark unit skill clinic. Why is this team so dominant? Nobody has been able to figure that out, but today I will reveal our secret.

Teamwork. Like the northern paladins and civil of old, we believe in using teamwork to win games, instead of juggering a flank with a "heavy hitter" (such a term does not exist in Zak's Kids vocabulary). To prove we are team players, let me show you our stats. Despite winning all of our matches decisively, most of our players have a negative kill-death ratio. Thats called sacrifice, son. Notice how our worst player (Homer) has the best stats? Thats because as a team we herd the easy kills in his direction, to boost his self confidence.

Overall Statistics thus far for tournament:

kill - loss - damage

zak : 70-160-423

drunken: 92-123-1013

sasper: 107-114-932

tirri: 126-147-1260

homer: 191-152-1790

shadow: 149-87-1382

vantobia: 56-59-382

wwo: 112-88-825


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Re: Power Rankings ER 2

Postby Vantobia » 08 Apr 2013, 03:25

Epic. That banner really just boots you in the ballsack don't it ?

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Re: Power Rankings ER 2

Postby par73 » 08 Apr 2013, 05:53

"The Lakers faced a less-heralded but deeply talented Detroit Pistons team, where Jackson noted the pros and cons of Detroit coach Zak, saying that Zak was a great coach who got his teams to play well above their previous levels but was so impossible to satisfy that players eventually stopped listening to him; Jackson also noted the difficulties in determining who the "key" to Detroit was (as the Pistons did not have obvious superstars along the lines of Shaq and Kobe) and gearing his Lakers towards stopping that player. The Pistons ended up winning the title with a decisive 4-1 swing, and Jackson wrote that as the series wound down, he realized who the key for Detroit was: Chauncey Billups."


Overall Statistics thus far for tournament:

kill - loss - damage

zak : 70-160-423

drunken: 92-123-1013

sasper: 107-114-932

tirri: 126-147-1260

homer: 191-152-1790 1.26

shadow: 149-87-1382 1.71

vantobia: 56-59-382

wwo: 112-88-825

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Re: Power Rankings ER 2

Postby c⁄J⁄Iılk c⁄J⁄Iån ◊§t◊ » 08 Apr 2013, 11:49

Have you silly deer folk seen this video?

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzy06Cp76hU[/youtube]


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