You mentioned Hell "fighting" his way back with the flag. That is exactly why people like Hell, weedman, and Nermil (there were of course others) were so valuable. Give them any map, even one they hadn't ever played before and they could still dominate. LOL the best pure players somehow didn't even need all the armor and powerups.
St.John wrote:Now this a man that loves EF lol.
Btw, if Lab played that match they still would have got rocked. Chaos and Avenger never learned all the new moves and face to face confrontation they sucked (Avenger mostly, heck both...I always liked Chaos but its the truth). Photon jumping from flag to the pillars didn't cut it anymore at that time in EF. I'm not saying moves are everything. Hellraiser would usually fight his way back to our flag to cap, he didn't have the strafe routes down pat but he is one of the best duelers ever so its hard to stop him. Havoc was one of the best defenders ever but he isn't locking down the St / Nimrook capping express. He *can* kill us but its hard for anyone to completely lock down people that use effortless strafe routes and top tier dueling skills. On another note people that aren't "duelers" or have the strafe routes down but had "awareness" are just a valuable, probably more so. I can think of people that had skills but just didn't cut "it" if that makes any sense lol. The credit fully goes to the makeup of the team though. The lineup SEA fronted that night would give any team in the history of EF a run for its money.