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2-22-2010 @ 6:58PM
Excuse my ignorance, but what is a 'TSG' team? I assumed RMP was rogue, mage, priest, but that theory doesn't even slightly work with TSG! Wizard Cleaves, peeling, etc. - Arena seems to have even more obscure abbreviations within a game full of them!
2-22-2010 @ 7:11PM
"This 3v3 team is a TSG composition. Named after the team who won the 2009 Blizzard Arena Tournament at BlizzCon, TSG teams are made up of a holy paladin, a warrior, and a death knight."t for triumphs for swiftg for good^^ not actually true. I guess it's either a random name, or the abbrev. of the name of the team that one the 2009 arena at blizzcon.
2-22-2010 @ 7:37PM
It's like EuroComp... just a name. Not an abbreviation for anything relevant to the comp.
2-23-2010 @ 7:22AM
tsg is a comp coined by i believe zilea...i'd have to look it up again and find out what it stands for. its something pretty dumb actually.
3-01-2010 @ 6:46PM
it was my assumption that TSG meant Triple Skilled Group
2-23-2010 @ 1:20PM
All the posters below are completely Wrong, TSG was first coined for the blizzard 5v5 tournament by Veev/Veex (aka snugglme from DOTA) for their 5v5 Team consisting of Warrior Warlock Mage Druid Paladin (Where Veex played warlock). The term TSG was actually derived from a korean term Gosu meaning pro. The true team name isTeh Supeh Gosus (Translating roughly to the super pros)Don't believe me? Go check out Veev's blog on Gameriothttp://wowriot.gameriot.com/blogs/World-of-Ming/TSG-reunites-learning-to-be-gracious-in-defeat-and-more-on-the-resilience-changeAnd as an addendum I'm in veev's guild on Live (Slash Bite) on Executus so I have a"bit" more inside information than you people do ^^@ ceiyoan No, Zilea wasn't even a part of TSG back in the day (S2/S3) he had no say in the matter[in fact the glorious furious gladiator global champion zilea zitface catlover was among the most hated players on BG9 at the time : ) ]
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