Very happy that Zero Suit Samus won
Greninja, Zelda, Olimar and Little Mac in round 1.
Watching the E3 Smash invitational, will probably post thoughts and stuff as it progresses
I think it would be very interesting to see teams fly out to Korea like a month before worlds and bootcamp to get practice against Korean teams. A team like Alliance, Cloud 9, or TSM could learn a lot from the top Koreans. I think thats why Season 2 worlds was closer then Season 3. Teams like TPA and CLG.eu learned from the Koreans at the time and I think that modern teams need the same sort of environment.
So now that Allstars has come and gone I figured I should write about it. Groups was the most surprising thing, although there are some things worth talking about from after that as well.
I would really love to be an analyst for a league of legends team but I have no idea how I would even get involved in that.
Just some thoughts I’m having watching Allstars, not very long but some spoilers are included.
Just to clarify, I think that TSM will still be top four in NA, and it’s cool to see them taking risks like this, but from a logical sense there were safer options.
I want to preface this editorial by saying that I’m a huge fan of the North American scene and that I’m glad that TSM is taking a risk with Gleeb, rather then importing yet another foreign player. With that said I want to look at this objectively and leave my own feelings out of this.
Cuddling is for RPGs and co-op. Competitive multiplayer is a demonstration of who wears the pants!
sometimes I wonder what the potential offspring of my characters would look like
It’d be fun to draw this. Maybe I will.
I dreamed that it was October and the weather was nice and the stores were full of Halloween stuff.
Can I go back to that?