Thomas Haly 
Rise Nation
Starts the game fast and strong
March 11, 2018
TJHaLy sets a fast, ferocious pace in a 3-1 domination over Red Reserve in the CWL Atlanta grand finals.
TJHaLy and Methodz continue to be the big stand-out players for Rise Nation, finding impossible wins despite the overwhelming odds. In Round 1 Hardpoint on Valkyrie, TJHaLy set the tone for the series early by dropping a four killstreak in the third Hardpoint, Storage Bunker. While a four killstreak isn't big on its own, TJHaLy's streak utterly changed the pace of the game by breaking Red Reserve's spawn and map control. This was the tone he'd keep for the rest of the series, at least in respawn rounds. TJHaLy could be counted on to just clutch up uneven fights, much like we saw from Team Kaliber at the beginning of the season.
Solid last two rounds in win
March 11, 2018
TJHaLy did not have the best start, but he ended well in the 3-1 win over Luminosity Gaming, getting Rise Nation into the grand final of CWL Atlanta during Day 3 of the tournament.
TJHaLy had a slow start to the round, as Rise Nation were handled with ease in Round 1 Hardpoint. They saw struggles in their opening Hardpoint round similar to their match against Team EnVyUs earlier in the day -- they could not really slay much at all, and their opponents had nearly full control of the map. TJHaLy struggled to a 15/23 KD in the round. He was good in Round 2 Search & Destroy, but he was not his typical TJHaLy self. Round 3 Capture the Flag is where he woke up. He was all over the place, as his 22 kills led the lobby. He was a rock for them, and his unparalleled slaying power in the round was a big reason why they scored their lone flag cap and kept Luminosity off the board. A lot of his production came in the second half, too, thriving in the defensive style of the round, altering the map with his aggressive style. Speaking of his aggressive style, he managed a 43/47 KD in a wild 250-240 Round 4 Hardpoint win. He was literally everywhere, and involved in what seemed like every encounter. He did a lot of work opening up the map at the sacrifice of himself, and it helped his teammates get Hardpoint time when they needed it.
Aggressive struggles in win
March 11, 2018
TJHaLy played his typically aggressive game, but it did not work out for him, as Rise Nation won 3-2 over Team EnVyUs, securing their spot in the CWL Atlanta winner's final, on Day 3.
TJHaLy is a very aggressive player, and it hurt him quite often in the match. Round 2 Search & Destroy was the highlight of his issues, as he struggled to two kills through eight games, in the nine game win. Round 1 Hardpoint saw him limp to 16 kills as Team EnVyUs dominated the kill feed and objective to a 250-149 win. He finished stronger than he started, leading the team in kills in Round 3 Capture the Flag with 17. His aggressive nature reared its head as he died 18 times, however. He had a huge end to the round, playing strong defense to keep their lead intact and ice the game. He was mostly solid in Round 4 Hardpoint, playing a strong objective game and netting 25 kills, but Team EnVyUs made an incredible comeback to force a Round 5 Search & Destroy. Round 5 Search & Destroy was an incredible team effort, as Rise Nation finished off Team EnVyUs.
Heavy SMG presence
March 9, 2018
TJHaLy chewed through Splyce in a 3-2 win on Day 1 of CWL Atlanta.
TJHaLy didn't break form this series. Sticking to an SMG, he made sure to continually challenge and fight Splyce for every point. The strategy worked in most respawn rounds where Splyce's slaying was weakest. Round 1 Hardpoint, for example, saw TJHaLy play extremely aggressively. Almost always fighting on hills, he was able to melt Splyce's frontline with ease while also stealing spawns and Hardpoints.
Irrelevant last round does not matter
March 2, 2018
TJHaLy struggled to finish out the match, but Rise Nation still dispatched OpTic Gaming with ease, finishing off the Thursday matches of the sixth week of CWL Global Pro League, Stage 1.
Round 1 Hardpoint and Round 2 Search & Destroy were excellent for TJHaLy, though in different ways. In the first round, he woke up as Rise and OpTic were rather close. Rise only had a 30 point lead (130-100) mostly on the back of a ludicrous performance by Gunless. However, at that point, TJHaLy came into his own (as did Methodz) to provide a three-headed attack that crushed OpTic. TJHaLy ended with 30 kills, a minute on the objective, and Rise Nation won 250-155. Round 2 Search & Destroy was a similar story; Gunless dominated the first six games, and TJHaLy and Methodz picking up the slack for the last few rounds. He gave excellent support in the first two rounds, and the combination of that, and Gunless' ridiculous performances were far too much for OpTic Gaming. Round 3 Capture the Flag was similar in that their depth blew out OpTic's depth, but TJHaLy was not a factor. He went 12/13, not doing much of anything as they easily won 4-0.
Inconsistent round does not matter
February 28, 2018
TJHaLy did not have his best round, but it hardly hurt Rise Nation in their 3-1 win over eRa, a match that took place during the first day of Week 6 of CWL Global Pro League, Stage 1.
TJHaLy was never at the front lines of this match, but it did not take away from Rise Nation's excellent performance. The round where it did hurt the most, however, was Round 2 Search & Destroy. The strong Search & Destroy player struggled in the early portion of the round, netting just one kill through five games, as they trailed 4-1. He picked it up as they tied it at four wins apiece, highlighted by a two-kill performance in Game 7. However, they ended up losing the next two games to loss. His respawn rounds were all relatively similar: he huddled around a 1.00 KD ratio, and struggled to put together any consistent performances.
Struggles to hit his stride
February 22, 2018
Rise Nation won Wednesday's CWL Global Pro League, Stage 1 match against Red Reserve 3-2, but TJHaLy struggled to find his footing in the win.
TJHaLy never found his footing in this one. Round 1 Hardpoint was an example of it, as he had 27 kills, but paired it with 32 deaths. He struggled to get more than one kill at a time, and that stayed consistent throughout the match. He opened up Round 2 Search & Destroy poorly, going 0-3 through the first three rounds. He woke up in Game 4, getting the first blood and final kill in the game. He ended up performing at his usual Search & Destroy level after the game, even though they lost in 10 games. Round 3 Capture the Flag was more of the same. His first half was poor, and he did not figure it out until the second half. He played solid defense in the second half of the round, though the round was another example of inconsistent play. He was bad in Round 4 Hardpoint, but that was more to do with Red Reserve absolutely crushing them and preventing every offensive push Rise Nation made. Rise barely got to the 80 point mark. Round 5 Search & Destroy was a carbon copy of Round 2 Search & Destroy. He was nonexistent early (this time through four games) before heating up down the stretch to help finish off the win.
Flanks for another victory
February 21, 2018
TJHaLy flawlessly laid down pressure on Mindfreak in 3-0 sweep on Week 5, Day 2 of the CWL Global Pro League, Division A.
TJHaLy just continued with what worked the day before: flanks. He wouldn't score as many points or as many kills as previously, but the pressure he put onto Mindfreak forced them to collapse. In Round 3 Capture the Flag, TJHaLy destroyed Mindfreak's lead by making sneaky attempts to steal their flag. This caused Mindfreak to turtle in their base with only a minor one-point lead, a lead Rise Nation would easily surpass thanks to TJHaLy chipping away at Mindfreak's defenses. Not only that, but TJHaLy's aggression gave his team easy mid-map control.
Pokes weakness in a stubborn oppenent
February 20, 2018
TJHaLy tears gaping holes in Team Kaliber's defense in an unprecedented 3-0 stomp on Week 5, Day 1 of the CWL Global Pro League, Division A.
TJHaLy proves he's the smarter SMG player against his rival, Kenny, this series. His main point-of-attack was to flank Team Kaliber by rushing behind their defenses by using the Airborne class. In Round 2 Search & Destroy on London Docks, this meant that TJHalY scored four first-blood's in a row, closing the map with five total, just by flanking behind Kaliber as his teammates engaged. Going into Round 3 Capture the Flag, TJHaLy constantly harassed Team Kaliber's base by always attempting to get a sneaky flag pull. Because of this, Team Kaliber were never able to find an even teamfight without sacrificing their flag.
Emerges as a CoD star
February 2, 2018
TJHaLy absolutely carried Rise Nation to an outstanding 3-2 victory against Team Kaliber on Day 6 of the Stage 1 CWL Pro League.
TJHaLy glided into Call of Duty legend as he gave an insane performance agasint the mythical Team Kaliber. Not only did he take them to a Round 5 Search & Destroy, and still win, but he also won the majority of the rounds for his team. The domination began in Round 3 Capture the Flag on Ardennes Forest when TJHaLy was able to steal a flag capture by cutting through mid, snapping Team Kaliber's flag carrier, getting the flag return and then finally scoring a flag capture to give his team the lead. All in 30 seconds. The domination continued into Round 4 Hardpoint where TJHaLy scored a smooth 46 kills that obliterated Team Kaliber. TJHaLy closed out his legendary game by breaking open Round 5 Search & Destroy with a series of game-winning kills by simply rushing Team Kaliber over and over again, hugging walls and cutting corners to dodge frags and lines of sight.
Search & Destroy excellence in sweep
February 1, 2018
TJHaLy had nice respawn rounds, but he starred in Search & Destroy as Rise Nation swept Echo Fox on Wednesday, during the CWL Global Pro League Stage 1 season.
Round 2 Search & Destroy was TJHaLy's best round, by far. He had double-digit kills, and was the clear leader for Rise Nation. He also was incredibly clutch, notching the final kill in Games 5 through 8. He was excellent, and Echo Fox had no idea how to counter him. He ran right through them. He played his two respawn rounds -- Round 1 Hardpoint, and Round 3 Captured the Flag -- in very similar ways. He racked up the kills, notching 31 in the first and 20 in the third, but he also died more than he slayed. He was ultra aggressive, which saw him die a lot, but it also allowed his team more freedom since he served as a distraction. It was a team-based performance, and it help Rise secure a sweep.
Subpar start in win
January 25, 2018
TJHaLy has had better matches, but he clutched up when they needed him to in Search & Destroy to help sweep Mindfreak on the second day of the CWL Global Pro League Stage 1 matches.
TJHaLy did not have the best performance to start off this match, and that lasted most of the second round as well. Round 1 Hardpoint saw Methodz, Loony, and Gunless handle the slaying, with TJHaLy lagging behind in terms of kills. He did, however, use his teammates' dominance to soak up the Hardpoint time. Round 2 Search & Destroy was a strange one for someone as good as he is at the game mode. He did not get a kill until the 10th game, and got killed in every previous round. He did, however, catch fire in a hurry, getting two kills in the 10th game, and an ace in the 11th game to win them the round. Round 3 Capture the Flag saw him keep his momentum from the final two games of the previous round, as his steady and consistent play earned him two flag caps and 23 kills in the shutout win for Rise Nation,
Gets straight into Red Reserve's face
January 24, 2018
TJHaLy played aggressively to bully around Red Reserve in a 3-2 win on Day 2 of Stage 1 CWL Pro League.
Behind the rising star of Methodz is TJHaLy. The SMG player became a dominant force this series thanks both to his skills and a favorable map selection. Thriving in the first three rounds in Ardennes Forest, TJHaLy knew all the flanks to hit to pressure Red Reserve, even when those flanks didn't translate into kills. Round 1 Hardpoint was TJHaLy at his best when, after starting very slow, was able to utterly handle Red Reserve with ease. His gunplay saw him hitting Red Reserve right off of their spawns to stagger Red Reserve. This resulted in a two-hundred-point win over Red Reserve.
Search & Destroy monster
January 24, 2018
TJHaLy had a brilliant Round 2 Search & Destroy as Rise Nation easily demolished Vitality 3-0 on Tuesday during Stage 1 of the CWL Pro League.
Despite his team winning the round, TJHaLy had a bit of a rough start during the opening Hardpoint, going just 25/26 with a mere 28 seconds of hardpoint time. But TJHaLy had his moment in the spotlight during Round 2 Search & Destroy where he popped off against Vitality, annihilating them handily with a 11/3 KD and even scoring a bomb plant to boot. TJHaLy also had an easy time of it in Round 3 Capture the Flag, where he'd score a 25/20 KD to close out what was an easy series for his team.
Rushes into Luminosity's defenses
January 15, 2018
TJHaly attempted to disrupt Luminosity Gaming in a 2-3 losers' final loss on Day 3 of CWL New Orleans.
TJHaLy did excellently this series. But Luminosity Gaming performed even better in the long run. TJHaLy managed to bruise Luminosity Gaming with his SMG blitzes. This worked best in Search & Destroy rounds since TJHaLy's rushes often caused havoc for Luminosity Gaming's positions. In Round 2 Search & Destroy on Ardennes Forest, for example, TJHaLy was dutifully found in mid-lane to continually scout out the enemy team. But he would later drop significantly in the later half of the game. TJHaLy sat in the double negatives for most of Round 4 Hardpoint, only to force the Round 5 thanks to god-like double-kill on the last point.
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