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Game Name Clan Tourney Finals: n1 Vs PRO Game Date 02/17/2006 Review Date 03/07/2006
Map John's Pond Rating 7 Reviewer Postal
Game Type 2vs2     DOWNLOAD
  Players Team Building Unit Control     Players Team Building Unit Control
Player 1 Mean Fiddler (PRO-EMACIATOR) A 8 8   Player 5
Player 2 PRO-CANNIBAL (PRO-Tiptushi) A 9 8   Player 6
Player 3 n1_DaWicked (n1_Snoop) B 9 9   Player 7
Player 4 n1_Raster (n1_Iggij) B 8 9   Player 8
Review
Everyone seems to be juggling names. I don't think you can write a review anymore without writing in parenthesis who they really are.

And another comment, If you are watching a game. Don't hit F11. Its annoying, you're a spectator not a comentator.

Anyways, what we have here is the first game in the n1 vs PRO clan tourney game. For those of you who aren't in the know, PRO beat N 3-0 to advance to the finals, and n1 beat FFAx 3-1 to advance, so that's how these guys ended up here.

The map is the ever popular John's Pond. The game starts with PRO top with Emac left and Tip Right. And n1 get the south, Iggij taking the right, and Snoop on the left. After an unreadable amount of Pre-Unpause banter, the game begins. Emac and Iggij go air, and Tip and Snoop build resources. For a moment they look like mirror images of each other, with both air people starting out with a Freedom Fighter. A few freedom fighter duels and a bomber later, PRO comes out on top with Tip building strong, and Snoop in a bit of a jumble because of Emac's decent bombing run.

Snoop and Tip hit the water and the skeet battle ensues.

The game Progresses with Iggi staying air and Emac going for a swim as well. Iggi evens the playing field with some brilliant bombing. At one moment in the game Tip finds himself with only one of three construction vehicles, and a solitary metal extractor on land. It's at 16 minutes into the game when PRO finally gets all thier land Mexes capped. And that's what made the difference.

That and n1 seemed to make sure that they stayed in charge of the early wreckage fields.

On a sidenote, if you're gong to try to view this game, you'll have to do .speed 20 or .speed 30 because for some reason the game looses control of itself. It probably did in awe of how awesome these players are, and just couldn't handle it. Either that it did that because it was in awe of the reviewer, which is more than likely. Er... wait...

All in all entertaining game, with good learning value on 2 on 2 John's Pond play.