dm4 22:40 (Locktar)
ztndm3 30:15 (Rikoll)
aerowalk 13:35 (Locktar)
dm2 8:5 (Rikoll)
dm6 13:12 (Rikoll)
Rikoll > Locktar : 3:2
diki (aka Lohjan dag)
dm3: 272 117
dm2: 289 155
e1m2: 297 111
FOM > SD 3-0
Schedule: 12:00 CDT, 20 September 2015
Milton's team - Carapace's team
dm3: 246 : 139
cmt3: 229 : 207
dm2: 216 : 183
cmt4: 230 : 234 (overtime)
e1m2: 216 : 238
Suddendeath boasted a 12-0 map record as they made their way into seed 1 and a spot in the semifinals and they wherent really challenged by any team with the exception of Suddendeath 2 who came within 100 frags on DM2. Suddendeath who lost the EQL 17 final to tVS are eager to claim their second EQL title and nothing really stand in their way this season as they quite easily defeated Immortals 3-0 in the semifinal and now await last season's division 2 champions Chosen. All though Chosen improved a lot during playoffs there isnt anyone who doubt a 3-0 victory here for Suddendeath. We all know the players of this team by now: bps, carapace, ganon, rasta and mawe. All of them players who can turn around games and lead a team to victory in crucial situations. Having to face 4 of them at the same time has proven too hard for every team this season and only teams like SR, tVS, c88 or CMFS would be able to do anything about them these days.
Chosen had a miserable group stage with losses versus all, on paper, equally skilled clans. The only bright moment came during Flinthearts only map this season where they took down Suddendeath 2 on DM3 in an otherwise dull performance as they lost the game 1-2. They also lost to long time rivals Immortals and newcomer Majestic. With 3 easy wins versus Paras, Division 99 and Lost Legion they did however manage to get enough points to end up in 3rd place thus avoiding Suddendeath in the Semifinals. Even though the result in the final seems clear Chosen have established themselves as the best clan below the real div0 clans with a division 2 win last season and a spot in the finals this season. With all but one div0 clans gone the spot in the finals was up for grabs and with 3-1 wins against both Fraggers United and Majestic Chosen managed to get it. Elguapo has been the main player for CSN this season, turning maps around and bringing some crucial quadruns to the field. Hooraytio has played equally much but has not impacted the games in the same way as Elguapo but instead been somewhat of a backup/defense player. Late addition TheEvilDog has played solid and was one of the main reasons CSN played so well in the playoffs. Krab has done his part with alot of teamplay and heart while pollox and 187 has been called upon from time to time. Both of them did really well when they got the chance. Sadly CSN saw alot less of Ake_Vader, Flintheart and Xero and this is one of the reasons the group stage was such a bumpy road for them.
Outcome: 3-0 for Suddendeath
let me know if they have any comments [...] i definitely glossed over a lot of stuff [..]the intent of it is so that people who are totally new to the game can watch and get a decent idea of what is going on
Schedule: 22/12/2013, 14:00 CST
Map pool: DM2, DM4, DM6, AEROWALK and ZTNDM3
Tournament system: DuelMania uses a Double Elimination system
Casters: andeh & bps, possibly guest caster.
Duelmania GRAND FINALS, LocKtar vs Locust.
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To get to the finals, both LocKtar and Locust have been through a series of tough opponents. Locust being in the upper part of the bracket means he didn't have to kill off just as many players as LocKtar did, but we still saw him beat Kingpin 2-0 and throw LocKtar into the boser's bracket with a 3-1 score.
On LocKtar's side of things, he cleansweeped BuLaT with a 2-0 score and then had to defeat Maga in the loser bracket finals in a 3-0 game.