Another unofficial blog post from coL.TF2
Two of us fly down to Dallas today to meet up with three others members from the team to get ready for another ESEA Finals.
Carnage, Jaeger, and Relic live in Dallas so when we go there it feels much homier then going to some obscure city somewhere else in the US. Always seeing people they know and eatting at places that are on point.
As far as TF2 goes our game really peaks on lan but the competition is becoming more
Yo, what is up, this is PYYYOUR from coL.TF2
So we have not lost a match in what seems like a year
We are undefeated in ESEA-i, we are undefeated in CEVO-P
We just signed up for an ONLINE European Cup which has all the top talent. We are looking to finish in the top3 and lay a hurting on the european scene.
Enigma is back home for the summer and his connection is very calm now and he seems to be carrying us, which is nice.
Whats up, Pure from compLexity TF2.
Just finished up winning at the lan. We were missing one of our starters, Enigma, and for fortunately it did not show. Our backup player, animeman, stepped up and showed why he has always been at the high level of tf2. While Anime's stats werent incredibly impressive his style and clutch play was paramount to our victory at lan.
We have about 18 videos taken with our Creative Vados and we will be editing those together and giving you
This is an (unofficial) greeting card to the compLexity community from the compLexity TF2 team.
I, Pure, am dealing with the 80 degree sunshine of South Florida, bummer, I know.
We, the TF2 team, have a long history of popping wigs and will continue to do so until the day we cannot (never).
We are on hiatus until after January 1st, some of us enjoying steaks and thighs (women) in Dallas, some battling the cold in Brooklyn, and an another