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10-05-2008 @ 3:27PM
best team in the world?are you kidding me?get your heads out of your asses, i know youre in love with the little girl gamer, but give me a break.
10-05-2008 @ 3:34PM
Hafu's Chinese, so that works for me. My wife's Chinese. But other than that... um... I guess it's bad to give props to a team that's just won back-to-back MLG tournaments and the North American regionals, amirite?
10-05-2008 @ 4:04PM
props are finecalling them the best in the world for being better than a bunch of fat americans is a joke
10-05-2008 @ 4:25PM
There really is a difference between 'giving props' and this article, which reads as if you are being paid to promote them. It is admirable that they have succeeded in several MLG tournaments in the US, but 'best team in the world'? I imagine you'll eat your words after the Blizzcon tournament, where the Asians and more than one European team are represented
10-05-2008 @ 4:29PM
@Ibizzle - Totally looking forward to that, actually. The headline's an attention-grabber, I'll confess. But still, no 3v3 team has enjoyed as much success as Orz has right now. The closest would be Korea's Council of Mages, who won in WWI and qualified for the Worlds.I actually want an Asian team to win the worlds, just because I'm Asian. But quantitatively, Orz has won more tournaments and performed better than any other Arena team right now. Calling them 'just about the best team in the world' might be a hyperbole, but hey... credit that to an adrenaline rush from watching them go up 6-5 from being down 2-5.
10-05-2008 @ 4:42PM
"calling them the best in the world for being better than a bunch of fat americans is a joke"Hate much? The funny thing is that there aren't even a lot of fat players in that tournament. A lot of them look pretty lean and even healthy.Oh, and Hafu might be of Chinese ethnicity but she and the rest of Fnatic Orz are Americans, too.
10-05-2008 @ 5:58PM
Apparently you guys missed the "Just about" part.
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