EG continuing their stallfest tactics in Season 3

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4 years ago#1
GG
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4 years ago#2
Seems to be working for them. There's a lot on the line. I can't blame them for not totally changing the playstyle that works for them just to make it more entertaining for you, given that the championship last year had 2 million on the line for first place.

Plus, I actually enjoy EG's playstyle. Yeah, a lot of the time they don't rack up many kills, but their sheer ability to avoid dying or bad engagements while chipping away at the enemy team, even when they're way behind, until they get the perfect fight is impressive.
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4 years ago#3
Is EG a good team? Yeah they are. Just me personally, I find them boring. I love the more aggressive eastern meta. Why I love NaJin Sword.
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4 years ago#4
They are boring and I'm not a fan, but I do believe in doing what works. And what they are doing works, so whatever.
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4 years ago#5
I mainly like the team because of Snoopeh. He is yummy. As far as watching them play, it's pretty boring most of the time. They obviously play to win, even if that means going the safe route every single time.
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4 years ago#6
Just don't let froggen get anivia and they lose most of their stall potential
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