Opts out of contract renewal with Roll20
November 29, 2017
Glaurung has left Roll20 and will be deciding whether or not he wants to take a break from the game or pursue a stint in free agency. Glaurung was the team captain of Roll20 and also one of their best players. He filled the flex role and had a large pool of top-tier pocket-pick heroes that he mostly relied on to force his enemies to fight around his team composition. Some of his most popular heroes over this past season have been Zeratul, Illidan, and Medivh. All three of these heroes have a lot of versatility and require teams to react and adapt to them just by seeing them up on the draft board. Glaurung would have an easy time finding work with another team, should he decide to look for it.
Too much Nazeebo
October 30, 2017
Prismaticism made some questionable calls in a 3-0 victory over Spacestation Gaming during the 2017 HGC Group Stage Phase 2.
Prismaticism played well overall during his 3-0 victory over SSG, however, there was one match in the best-of-five series that his pick did not make the most sense. In Game 2 on Dragon Shire, Prismaticism predictably went for Nazeebo so that he could farm his stacks in the bottom and middle lanes of the map. The only issue with this strategy was that SSG was completely ready for it, and they drafted only a single melee hero so that Prismaticism could not get nearly as much value out of his abilities without opening himself up to death/overextension. This became a big problem for Prismaticism and had it not been for the fact that overall Roll20 is a much stronger team, his choice may have very well put his team in danger of a big loss.
Finds a new main in Garrosh
October 30, 2017
Justing was tearing it up in a 3-0 victory over Spacestation Gaming during the 2017 HGC Group Stage Phase 2.
Justing had an epic series in a best-of-five bout with Spacestation Gaming, beating them 3-0 in the process. In Game 1 Justing went for Tyrael, who was great at body blocking in the late game thanks to his Holy Ground talent. In Game 2 Justing went with what is perhaps his new main hero after the diablo nerfs, Garrosh. In this match, Justing was nearly unstoppable as he was only being focused down by one assassin, which meant with Lt. Morales healing him he was all but invincible. Finally, in Game 3 Justing went with Johanna on Infernal Shrines. This was a smart pick due to the utility his AOE abilities have on the objectives, which ultimately helped his team with the series against SSG.
Once again a jack of all trades
October 30, 2017
Goku was on fire in a 3-0 victory over Spacestation Gaming during the 2017 HGC Group Stage Phase 2.
Goku once again proved that he truly is a jack of all trades in a 3-0 victory over SSG. During the best-of-five series, Goku managed to play as a Tank, an Assassin, and a Support. In Game 1 Goku went as a Tank with Dehaka. This is the role he's been playing more often over the last few months and Dehaka is certainly a hero he is familiar with. In Game 2 Goku went with a ranged assassin in Falstad. Given that the map was Dragon Shire, this was a great pick as Goku was able to sit in the top lane and farm experience for his team while also joining in the team fights whenever he was needed with his Flight ability. Finally, in Game 3 Goku went with Lt. Morales, a full support hero that does very little damage. Overall Goku has been playing great these last few months.
Back on Zeratul
October 30, 2017
Glaurung was a madman in a 3-0 victory over Spacestation Gaming during the 2017 HGC Group Stage Phase 2.
Glaurung was on his game in the best-of-five series against SpaceStation Gaming, completely destroying any form of defense they might have had during his 3-0 victory. In Games 1 and 3, Glaurung opted for the Valla pick, a common favorite for him if he is forced into the ranged assassin position. In Game 1 it was a good solid pick due to the map being Battlefield of Eternity, and Valla having very high sustain damage to help with winning the objectives. In Game 3 he chose Valla on Infernal Shrines, and while it wasn't necessarily the best pick he could have made, he certainly made it work for him. In Game 2 though, Glaurung went back to his old favorite, Zeratul. This was where he did the most damage as his mechanics were far too much for SSG to handle.
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