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Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:44:00
КАК Я БУДУ ДЕНЬГИ-ТО ТРЯСТИ ТРЕД 7
Для облегчения поиска - official КР2 тред.
Продолжаем.


Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:46:41
Где все? Пидорги отаке, а все спят?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:46:43
Охохо, братишки, они здеся совсем озверели даже до тюрьмы не дают долететь... Ну щас всё поменяем, почистим хорошо будет.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:47:03
>>41083666
>Они прекрасно бегают. Чемпионом является американская перипланета - развивает скорость до 75 см/сек.

Значит, гравитация мешает.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:47:05
У меня пиздец.
Дают квесты только на эскорт.
Доминаторы и пираты бушуют.
Коалиция сосет хуи.
А я вместе с ней.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:47:29
>>41083972
Да. Я уже.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:47:35
>>41084021
Это какой по счету у тебя поехавший?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:48:02
>>41084021
>Я, Поехавший, находясь в здравом уме

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:48:22
>>41084058
я уже пару тредов до этого подобное видел, лол.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:49:15
Флаттерштайн кун перекатилсо :3
У нас всё готово к стриму , смысл есть запускать лал?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:49:20
>>41084063
Один единственный без железной воли же. Тут другой пробегал вчера но это не я.

А кредит всёрно отдавать, ооой.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:49:57
>>41084151
Есть,давай через часик, флатти.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:50:18
>>41084035
А как тогда люди там живут?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:50:21
>>41084037
А мне, торговцу трусливому, только задания типа у нас украли казну, сходи, дай пизды ворам дают.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:51:14
Один из самых ненавистных квестов, еще и через системы домиков лететь, бля.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:51:21
>>41083972

У меня вроде норм 175 процентов. В одной дырке нашел вероятностный анализатор, штабильно держим семь систем. Правда, как остальные освобождать я не представляю.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:51:38
>>41084151
Ссылочку не забудь запилить, няш.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:51:48
>>41084293
Охуенный квест, играешь в удовольствие, плюс 10 кусков можно заработать экстра.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:51:49
>>41084151
С удовольствие послушаю, играя паралельно.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:52:01
>>41084293

Ну да, занудно и монотонно. Хуже только редактирование журнала.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:52:41
>>41084339
Или Военкомат

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:53:15
Ладно начнём сейчас.
Так как лагодромит стим примерно с разницой в минуту , прошу запилить конфочку в скайпе , Попробуем пообщаться там :3
жду конфу и начинаем :3

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:53:48
>>41084383
военкомат прост.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:54:21
>>41084458
Ну так курорт более чем прост.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:54:42
>>41084426
конфы к хуям.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:55:50
КАК ЕЕ ВЗЛОМАТЬ! СУКА НАХУЙ ЗАЕБСЯ ДОХНУТЬ ИЗ-ЗА ЕБАНЫХ ПИРАТОВ! ЕСТЬ ЛИ НА НЕЕ ЧИТ КОДЫ, ИЛИ ЧЕМАКС ИЛИ ЕЩЕ ЧТО ТО БЛЯТЬ!!!! Афафыаф СУКА НАХУЙ

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:56:17
Есть шансы против Келлера? Сложность в чёрных дырах максимальная.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:57:43
>>41084588
Есть легальные коды. гугли

Суб 05 Янв 2013 15:59:31
http://www.twitch.tv/Wobbledub
Стрим как и обещал.
Пишем в чятик тогда.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:00:18
>>41084730
Они только для версии игр: Доминаторы и Перезагрузка!

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:00:53
>>41084753
В КР квесты вероятностные - 50 на 50 что ты победишь или нет

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:01:06
>>41084753
Опыт набирай.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:01:41
>>41084623
Тяжело будет, ибо у осколки почти бесполезные выстрелы, а ракетка наносит мало и не всегда попадает.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:02:37
>>41085019
В гипере лезка нужна?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:02:38
>>41084923
Дык поставь их.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:04:02
>>41084860
Бля, это невозможно смотреть. Че экран зеленым-то мигает постоянно? Чому звука нет?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:04:02
>>41085081
Почти бесполезна, но урон хороший.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:04:14
>>41085081
Сколько играл, всегда самой годной пушкой там был потоковый бластер, если их 5, то даже келлера уносит очень быстро.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:04:46
>>41084860
Звука нет, фпс 11. ТЫ издеваешься?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:04:51
Блядь, второй раз подряд штанга на ногу падает.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:05:14
>>41085153
NOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:05:38
>>41085182
>2 января 3302

Где я его возьму? Келлер вдруг озверел, третью систему подряд самолично атакует.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:07:48
Что это за капсула? Какие профиты?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:08:38
>>41085407
> очень больно, но терпимо
> очень больно
> но терпимо

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:08:47
Влетаю в тред на своём корыте.

>>41085418
Продай же.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:09:09
Посоны, что делать? Какой стул?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:09:49
>>41085502
Глухонемым же.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:10:17
Потсоны, с подачи вашего треда позавчершнего таки скачал КР правда, первые, они весили мало. Увлекательно до безобразия, мне как любителю космосимов доставило дико, два дня с утра до вечера задрачивал. Но мне интересно вот, я один такой жопорукий долбоеб, что в первом старте отсасываю с проглотом и придется, скорее всего заново начинать - ситсем осталось хуй да нихуя, денег на ремонт ссаного оборудования уходит больше, чем я получаю за дропнувшиеся контейнеры, клиссаны ебут даже не так - ЕБУТ, сегодня кое-как накопил на относительно толстый корпус, но все равно в одиночку не то что зачистить сектор, а только впрыгнуть, похватать что поближе, опиздюлить пару мелкошипов и обратно упрыгать на ремонт, просто пиздец.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:10:20
>>41085502
Можешь конечно же его подставить, но получишь

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:10:20
>>41085502
Рейнджер Матукай репортинг ин.
Я таки скачал её.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:10:35
>>41085275
Ну тогда можешь порвать жопу и побить его ракетницами, но будет очень тяжело.

Сучечки, заставляете меня зайти. Скрин с прошлой игры.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:10:37
>>41085480
Не хочет продавать.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:10:40
>>41085548
А теперь?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:10:51
>>41085548
Только притворяйся до конца. Если сперва закосишь под глухонемого, а потом будешь реагировать на звуки, будет фэйл.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:11:35
>>41085611
отклеился

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:11:45
>>41085618
Верхнее, смерть пока ещё не грозит от побоёв.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:12:04
>>41084588
>ЗАЕБСЯ ДОХНУТЬ ИЗ-ЗА ЕБАНЫХ ПИРАТОВ
В масс эффект иди поиграй.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:12:17
>>41085618
>Пахан
>не очень умны
Лолка ипаная, качай ум, правда, он не сразу качается, можно за срок до 10к поднимать в тюрьме.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:12:32
>>41085685
Это что за кораблик такой? Революция?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:13:33
>>41085634
rate me /b/

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:13:51
>>41085757
Йоба-пак-длц от официального вована.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:13:55
>>41085418
На Начуную Базу любую отнеси отвези

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:13:55
>>41085757

Убей 300 доминаторов, стань АСом, заплати миллион - и охуенный корпус с чантом на скорость твой.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:14:29
Флаттершай кун начинает заново лол.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:14:42
>>41085870
> Убей 300 доминаторов
500 же.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:14:50
>>41085870
Или купи нормальный корпус танка и расхуярь орудиями Боссов доминаторов.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:14:53
>>41085757
Болид, научники вроде продают если по условиям подходишь.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:14:59
>>41085870
500, а не 300

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:15:53
>>41085962


Точно, 500.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:16:19
>>41085634
Странная сборка.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:16:20
>>41085418
Спермовор в треде, все на пиратскую бухту

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:17:04
>>41085927
Да спутники говно, нерекомендую.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:17:43
>>41085927
Нахуя спутники вообще нужны? С них профитов нихуя, чинить дороже.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:19:03
Со спутников иногда годноту можно достать. Не редко бывают микромодули высокого уровня, оружие, арты

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:19:34
>>41085577
Алсо поясните кстати, новые девайсы в продаже появляются со временем, с повышением сданной плазмы, количества отпидоренных врагов, или от чего это зависит?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:19:41
>>41086070
слота под оружие на самом деле три, просто артефакт дает +к скорости заместо одного из слотов, вот и переключаю их.
Алсо смотрите какой модуль удобный откопал

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:20:53
>>41086348

ГТУ же.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:20:58
>>41086357
пик

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:21:47
Посоны, подскажите как запустить на седьмой. Процесс сначала запускается, а потом падает.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:21:55
>>41086457
>удобный

Ну хуй знает.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:22:13
>>41086305
Покупай жратву по 15, выберешься. Или подерись на ринге и жри ЙОБА-ПАКИ по 40, там с трех обедов полностью восстанавливается здоровье.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:22:25
>>41086451
да, работают

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:22:49
>>>41086514
двачую этого антона, у меня на спермерке просто черный экран и музыка играет

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:22:54
>>41086342
>хиляк
>дебил
>здоровье подорвано
>вас ненавидят
Да это же я

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:23:08
>>41086514
Запусти в режиме совместимости с ХР, лолка.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:23:23
>>41086451
>ГТУ же
Щито?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:23:28
>>41086348
> Алсо поясните кстати, новые девайсы в продаже появляются со временем
THIS

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:23:46
>>41086580

Я это ты.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:24:10
>>41086643
Правда, меня не ненавидят, меня просто не замечают.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:24:38
>>41086576
Играю на семерке х64, все норм.
ебучая вакаба, заебала уже

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:24:47
>>41086593
Не помогает, антоша. Еще идеи есть?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:24:53
>>41086611
Галактический Технический Уровень. Планетарный - ПТУ

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:24:57
>>41086514
если у тебя ноут, попробуй включить режим питания "высокая производительность, мне внезапно помогло.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:25:14
Сосоны, кто тут увлекается прокачиванием ЙОБА-роботов убийц? Я помню раньше играл, делал из них убийц нахуй армия в 7-8 штук ЙОБА-роботов с прокаченными пушкарями и оборудованием. Правда, чинить долго.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:25:22
Бля, аноны, вы меня уже заебали.
Играю в КР с 2004-го года, видимо, сегодня начну перепроходить заново свою сборку от ВОВАНА.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:25:45
>>41086611

Галактический технический уровень же. Если вкратце, магазины пополняются в зависимости от среднего уровня оборудования среднего корабля вроде бы военного, не уверен насчёт пиратов. Работает естественный отбор - военные со слабым оборудованием логично убиваются об домиков, сильные выживают тоже убиваются, и прогресс стоит.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:26:38
>>41086760

Будто ты тут один такой.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:27:10
>>41085955
Сложность 200, турбогравиров нормальных нет, вертиксы с доминаторов если и выуживаю "аварийным сигналом", то они хуевые, нет норм модулей на мультирезонаторы, атомные визионы тоже пока что говно тяжелые, и вообще не хотел отхватывать системы, сейчас не играю, увидел тред запостил пик, революция установлена

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:27:13
>>41086580
> Хикка

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:27:14
>>41086790
То есть, если я буду убивать всех слабых воинов, я смогу поднять уровень технологий до ЙОБЫ за пару лет?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:27:15
>>41086342
Блядь, почти выправился.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:27:20
http://www.old-games.ru/utils/files/dxwnd_og.rar
Далее
Выбираем экзешник (Edit-Add), затем галки на hook DirectDraw, Fullscreen и Don't Hide Mouse Pointer

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:28:37
>>41086897
Как ты это делаешь?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:28:44
>>41086900

Не за пару. Но да, такую тактику юзают.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:28:46
>>41086903
Начинай заново. Только хардкор.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:28:46
ПОМОГИТЕ НУБУ!
СУКА, БЛАДЖ! Посоны как же вы меня заразили, тоже люблю ололо космические леталки, а вот в этих ваших рейнджеров не играл. Так вот в какие лучше начать играть в первые или во вторые?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:28:49
>>41086451
О, привет, рассекреченный

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:29:10
>>41086724
У меня первые рейнджеры же

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:29:55
>>41087000

Во вторые.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:30:28
>>41087000
вторые начинай как все

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:30:50
>>41087025
Он везде же есть

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:30:51
>>41086998
Борут, ты был крутым парнем, жаль, что и года не протянул, пидор.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:30:53
Лол, я помню, когда первый раз во вторых рейнджеров играл, думал, найду технологию ПУЗЫРЕЙ, которую в прошлой части спиздил Рачехан. Но, сука, чуда не случилось.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:31:14
Такие дела, 1-й квест. Через 2 системы с доминаторами пробивался. Теперь как-то обратно попасть надо.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:31:34
>>41087004
Как запустить журнал?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:32:31

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:32:40
>>41087172
F3, вроде. Или соседние клавиши

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:33:39
>>41086897
Привет! С увлечением твой журнал читаю.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:34:06
>>41087131
>пахан

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:34:46
>>41087131
1-3 - Пират
4-6 - Торговец
7-9 - Воен

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:35:18
>>41087331
>хилячок

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:35:49
>>41087130
Окай.
Хуй с ним, начну заново, может успею со старта выполнить десяток квестов, пока голактегу не захватили по самый угол, потом хоть будет на что оборудование блядское чинить.
Традиционно дабл определит имя персонажа если кому-то не похуй, конечно.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:36:06
Если бы не два штипа, глядишь бы от Эквентора и отбились.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:38:05
>>41087452
Какая раса, какой "тип"? Перат?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:38:41
>>41087383
>Пират
Ну ладно. Но на этот раз буду малоком. Что там пирату лучше взять к ракетке? Движок или еще что годное есть?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:39:52
посоны, да как вы запускаете на семерке игру?или скиньте торрент файл на ргхост, я скачаю

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:40:02
Начинал на 200% играть. Собирал минералы и фармил тюрьму до 2012 года, заебало, забил нахуй на КР2. 2 галактики свободны и все пиздец.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:40:40
>>41086893
Как выжить при 200% сложности?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:40:41
>>41087713
>на семерке игру?
Only XP

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:40:54
>>41087722
Могу сейвы скинуть.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:41:00
>>41087722
>2012
Шо?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:41:34
На какой сложности начинать, если я полная нубасина?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:41:59
>>41087601
Пусть будет пеленг-пират, больше всего мне подходит люблю деньги, люблю их отжимать, не очень люблю пиздиться.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:42:34
>>41087834
100% сойдёт.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:43:02
Приветствую вас, рейнджеры. Не подскажите ли, где можно скачать кр2 с блекджеком и шлюхами разрешением 1920х1080. У меня есть лицуха, но, к сожалению она из под семерки вообще не работает система защиты древняя очень. Да и не охота смотреть на черные полосы, в то время, когда бороздишь космическое простанство.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:43:32
>>41087641
Охлол.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:43:44
>>41087867
Отлично, братан
Лично я люблю имена из стандартных выбирать, но сейчас подумаю.

А ещё зонд наконец-то нашёл кое-что стоящее.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:45:25
>>41087944
На хабе скачай, на Озерках точно есть.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:47:22
>>41088002
>из стандартных выбирать
Хотет репортить ИТТ и закономерно отхватыват тухлых помидоров в лицо за неумелость и маячащий впереди новый рестарт, если я снова буду тупить, но раз у всех ЙОБЫ и так далее, то нужно какое-то не стоковое имя.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:49:48
>>41088113
а поточнее не посоветуешь ? просто что-то лень мне эти ваши dc++ настраивать, так еще и с озерков их клиент не качается.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:49:53
>>41088272
Стань слоупоком-4.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:50:41
Братишки пеленги, я вам покушать принёс! ЭТО ТОРТ!

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:52:30
>>41088545
>Что я вижу, да вы же Поехавший!

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:52:32
>>41086852
Матукай начинает заново, до дружественных систем не допрыгнешь без дозаправки у домиков.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:52:59
Вот как обнаглел, шельмец.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:53:25
О, первое ограбленное судно это всегда так интересно.

>>41088272
>У всех
Nope, как же я, Фантом, Симеон?
Но ладно, подумаем

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:53:36
>>41088113
Ставь Greylink x64 например, настраивай, адрес хаба dc.ozerki.net, регаешься надо>10 гигов шары, если я правильно помню, качаешь, profit.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:53:45
>>41088683

Можно от звезды заправиться. Или сесть на планету незаселенную, скипать до тех пор, пока не появится чёрная дыра.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:54:50
>>41088728
Лол, с такой галактикой оче выгодно работать КУРЬЕРОМ. Можно на новый корабль пушку дроида и прочую хуйню заработать буквально за год.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:56:09
>>41088776
спасибо, галактика вас не забудет.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:56:14
>>41088866
Мне в основном задания убить кого-то дают, как ни странно.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:56:39
Мне всегда казалось, что эта игра кэширует и отсылает действия игрока на общую базу, а затем, при начале новой игры кем-то - создает новый мир, загрузив в него информацию об игроках.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:56:54
Ну, считайте рейнджером.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:58:15
>>41089028
>Считайте меня рейнджером

В случае гибели?

Петросян.жепег

Суб 05 Янв 2013 16:58:45
>>41089028
С прибытием, болезный.

Моего пирата мучают угрызения совести.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:00:34
>>41083845
карасик

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:00:49
>>41088762
Ладно, уже не стоит, рандом таки выдал мне имя, подходящее любимому состоянию для игорь и нынешнему, так что понеслась.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:00:59
>>41089300
карасик?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:01:30
>>41089248
в тюрьме можно сколотить неплохое состояние

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:02:05
На какой самому сесть, на какой мать посадить?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:03:06
>>41089418
Мать на кредит, самому - к треклятому Келлеру


Хотя от пушек зависит

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:04:15
>>41089499
Я с вами, робятки. Или обязательно на 175% ?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:07:33
>>41089587

Как хочешь, так и ставь.
Я на 175 как раз и бьюсь.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:07:52
Можно читами во время игры увеличить сложность?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:08:06
C вами сраный торговишко ПУККАН на 150%
буду барыжить пока все умирают
кстати на старте что лучше брать? я вот думаю дроида взять и двигло

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:09:04
Попытался сесть на оба стула.. WAIT, OH SHI

>>41089863

Читы Hell/Nightmare.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:11:04
Залетел в дыру, как раз успел, пока Келлер не вышел. И где он? ЧЯДНТ?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:11:42
>>41089374
Ты какой-то ебанутый

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:12:17
>>41089884
Нафига дроид? оставь бак себе по галактикам шляться

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:12:56
>>41089884
вот что мы имеем в начале - первым делом в бизнес центр преумножать состояние

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:13:18
>>41090126
а он там и не должен быть. Только когда залетит назад

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:14:22
>>41090126
Это не та дыра че ты хуйню постишь, казуало дети играют в пошаговую стратегию лол, иди в ЙОБУ поиграй днище

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:15:48
>>41090298
Мда уж.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:17:16
Предрекали, что ты уничтожишь доминаторов, а не примкнешь к ним.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:17:54
Восстановишь равновесие в Галактике, а не ввергнешь ее во мрак!

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:19:03
Ты был мне братом, Шепард! Я любил тебя! Аааа...

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:19:05
>>41090654
>Восстановишь равновесие

Какое равновесие? Война до победного конца же!

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:19:46
>>41090421
Ищи корпус рейджера феян "Калай", потом жди ракетки, апгрейдь их, еби Келлера, до 3305 года можно все сделать

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:20:01
>>41090543
А что дальше будешь делать?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:20:23
Врываюсь.
Не нб, но с сильными доминаторами соснул.
Разъебали последнюю научную базу, а что делать хуй знает.
Начинаю новую

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:22:11
посоны, помогите имя наемнику-человеку придумать

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:23:03
>>41090790
Феянскую систему уже захватили.


А ещё немного жратвы.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:23:20
>>41090808 Для начала уничтожу спешащих на подмогу рейнджеров.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:23:45
>>41090994
Ирокез.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:23:57
>>41090835
You what?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:24:07
>>41090994
Карасик

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:24:32
>>41090994
Боздо

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:24:51
>>41090835
Казуал ебанный, эта игра не для тебя, у всех кто не может справиться с максимально-прокачанными доминаторами КВАРКОВАЯ БОМБА, потенциал игры не раскрыть на обычной сложности

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:26:25
>>41090994
Жополиз

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:26:29
Рейнджеробляди соснули у доминаторобогов.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:28:09
Одна история охуительнее другой...

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:28:18
>>41091427
NOPE
Бери деньги и атакуй дальше

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:28:30
>>41091427
Взял бы бабки и дальше палил.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:29:00
>>41091524
Тебе на них везёт.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:29:17
Одним героем меньше. С прокаченным дроидом я практически неуязвим, скоро буду пидорить целые военные флоты.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:31:02
>>41091524
Даже инопланетянки - шлюхи.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:31:19
>>41091244
Иди уроки делай, зеленый.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:35:40
>>41091384
Двачую
ВСЕ ВРЕМЯ БЕРУ КАМУФЛЯЖ ЛЕЧУ В СИСТЕМУ, В КОТОРОЙ ИДЕТ БОЙ, И УБИВАЮ РЕЙНДЖЕРОВ, ОНИ ТАКИЕ БОМЖИ ИБАННЫЕ, А КОГДА Я СВЯЗЫВАЮСЬ С НИМИ ПО ИНТЕРКОМУ ИХ ПОСЛЕДНИЕ СЛОВА: "УХ-ТЫ ГОВОРЯЩИЙ ДОМИНАТОР,Я ТЕБЯ СОБЬЮ И СДАМ НА НАУЧНУЮ БАЗУ", - ПОТОМ Я ДАЮ ПОСЛЕДНИЙ ЗАЛП ИЗ СВОИХ ПРОКАЧАННЫХ КЕЛЛЕРСКИХ ДЕЗИНТЕГРАТОРОВ И УНИЧТОЖАЮ ЭТОТ БИОМУСОР ГАЛАКТИКИ

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:37:18
>>41092209
ХОТЕТ!

Пойду куплю себе камуфляж терроноида и поеду мочить рейнджеров.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:39:01
>>41091524
Игромания делала же квест, лолка

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:42:16
Опять не карта, а хуйня какая-то.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:44:00
>>41092209 Блять, сколько не играл в рейнджеров, но не знал, что так можно делать.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:44:13
>>41092756
ЧИТЕР! СРАНЫЙ ЧИТЕР! ЭТО САМАЯ ЕБУЧАЯ КАРТА В ЁБАННОЙ ИГРЕ, Я ПРООЕБАЛ 5 ОБДРОЧЕННЫХ ЧАСОВ, ЧТОБЫ ЕЁ ПРОЙТИ И НЕ ПРОШЁЛ

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:44:21
>>41092756
Делитесь тактиками, кстати. Я беру ракеты, лучшие тело и низ и много хилеров. и проигрываю

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:46:51
"Доминатор недоделанный"

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:47:14
>>41092904
легко проходится. Курортный остров куда сложнее

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:47:37
>>41092108
Продавать или оставить? Тяжелая зараза.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:48:32
>>41092922
Максимум ракет, модуль на динамо, лучший корпус и шасси. Пара роботов, состоящих полностью из ремонтников. Все карты так прохожу (10-20 минут)

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:49:38
>>41093170
А у тебя какой дроид? Что вместо него будешь выбрасывать?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:50:14
>>41093170
Дроид от Терроноидов, чёрт подери!


Тяжёлый, выбрасывай.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:50:58
>>41089317
Самопровозглашенный Опытный исследователь черных дыр с планеты Шухэо благополучно въебывает обучалку из-за пары выгодных транспортных заданий доставь шоману чашу, привези пару жучков для шпиона и подружись с планетой, на которой он шпионит, ога и забывчивости, вызванной парой литров светлого, и оказывается предоставленным самому себе в этом недружелюбном мире. Пикрелейтед - стартовое корыто с несколькими замененными модулями на старте деньги есть, скупаю девайсы с той же производительностью и меньшим весом, а то дроп и руду некуда собирать

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:53:38
>>41093389
Никакого дроида вообще нет. А надо бы.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:55:06
>>41092756=кун

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:56:37
Идея с камуфляжем была отличной.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:59:04
Я таки молодец. Опять. Микро тащит.
ХУЕСОС

Суб 05 Янв 2013 17:59:13
>>41093880
Shepard?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:00:37
Наконец-то мне квест дали. Хуйня, конечно, но такая БЕНЗОПИЛА с такой-то ДУШОЙ.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:01:11
>>41092922
Максимальный корпус, низ воздушная подушка, башака на стрельбо +20/-20/+20. 3 ракетницы и чинилка. Сразу в атаку.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:01:35
>>41094215
ну на пару часов пока!

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:01:51
>>41094260
И как, хватает ресурсов?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:02:38
>>41094292
Чего?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:02:39
>>41094215
ОЧЕ простой квест.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:04:45
За Террона!


Первый военный корабль пал.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:05:58
>>41094317
Пролне. На первом закупе 3 робота получается.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:06:18
>>41094526
что за ОМСК?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:06:36
>>41094382

Зато пила.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:06:48
>>41094584
сливаешь по всем фронтам?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:06:52
>>41094083 строю 6 роботов с ракетами 4 штуки 1 миномёт дальность на атаку и самые прочные ноги. и 1 робота с 4 починками делаю его дешовым идёт с зади лечит восновном после боя. с далека всех разношу.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:07:40
>>41094679
Роли не играет.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:07:44
Приветсвую, рейнджеры! Недавно у меня появилась такая вот проблема: при открытии окон(магазин/диалогии/etc.) и выделении элемента(перетащить ПУШКУ/строка диалога/etc.) это окно "пропадает" как на пикрелейтед, если водить мышкой то проявляются части окна. Что делать?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:08:57
>>41094704
ИИ тупит жестко. Если захватил завод, заводишь роботов за турель и ее хиляешь. Волна за волной сносится.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:09:07
>>41094584
Как бортовой журнал сделал?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:09:46
>>41094854
У меня они идут в упор до конца и все разъебывают.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:10:07
>>41094775
>26 июля 3330

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:10:17
>>41094767
Эдельвейс легкий квест

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:10:31
>>41094698
На своих 187% стабильно обороняю четыре звездные системы, другое дело пока не получается ничего освобождать. Но мне кажется что скоро получится, мой корабль уже достаточно силен. Нужно найти хорошего дроида.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:10:45
>>41094655
Комуфляж

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:10:51
>>41094967
Дали пожизненый срок. И он его отсидел.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:12:28
>>41094584
Хуя у тебя здоровый бортовой журнал.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:13:09
>>41094854
Рандомный огнемётчик прожигает к чертям турель и стоящего а ней ресателя.

А так да, малокское кино охуенная карта.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:13:24
>>41094679
Не спал много, поэтому упорот. Слоллировал с
>Рожа начальника тюрьмы
и
>спуститься по трапу

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:13:29
Келлероиды совсем охуели, вторглись в нашу систему

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:14:28
>>41094775
Так в чём дело? С такой хуетой НИПАИГРАТЬ

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:14:59
>>41095281
И тут же огребли

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:15:55
Впрочем, с маскировкой нельзя отжимать бабло. Алсо, нашел трансфакторный маяк.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:17:38
>>41095416

А можно Келлера каким-нибудь субпортал+трансфакторный маяк натравить на Террона/Блаззера?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:19:02
>>41095645
Конечно можно.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:20:31
Я снова с вами господа. Поехали по новой. Пеленг-Пират на 150%.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:20:49
>>41095645
Хотя он и сам это делает.
Уже третий раз, сириусли.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:22:41
Что влияет на выдачу заданий на убийство? Уже седьмое. Я не против, конечно, но интересно.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:23:45
>>41095918
Графика какая-то не оче, серьезно. В Х3 реюнион 2002года и то лучше, лол. Как в это вообще можно играть, лол, говноеды.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:24:19
>>41096095
Ничто. Задания выдаются в зависимости от различных рандомов

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:25:03
>>41096196
Что, прости

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:25:09
>>41093449
Лол, таки звание исследователя черных дыр оправдывается, в первой дропнулся пси-ускоритель, во второй принял на борт отморозков охуенное название и на выходе получил заказ на доставку. Охуенно, как по заказу апгрейды для двигла, трейд-трейд выйдет максимально быстрым.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:25:49
>>41096248
А я сейчас подумал - может, задания на убийства дают тем, у кого высокий пиратский рейтинг?


Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:26:12
>>41096327
Ты кокойто слишком олдскульный.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:26:44
Многие люди идиоты.
Нет, правда. Двойная разница в цене на технику на двух соседних планетах это идиотизм. Я конечно понимаю, выровняется, как раз благодаря таким челнокам, как я. Понимаю также и что экономическая ситуация мягко говоря не блещет с более чем половиной галактики захваченной доминаторами. Но всё же.
Наварил за неделю астрономическую сумму, мотаясь туда-сюда между Марсом и Землёй. Уже ради этого стоило купить кораблик по объявлению в сети.
Сумма была какой-то невозможно маленькой как оказалось, потому, что матёрому рейнджеру стало недосуг управлять кораблём, после того, как его ноги превратились в желе. Космос опасное место. Но куда деваться. Да, можно было сидеть на планете, отдав свою жизнь в руки бестолковых вояк.
Вездесущие лозунги: [Земля последний фронтир обороныk, [отстоимk, [не сдадимсяk. Не более чем досужие фантазии политиков, чтобы успокоить народ. Родная планета самой воинственной расы в галактике почему-то пала под натиском доминаторов еще в Июне прошлого года.
Когда фильмы про [романтику звёздных странствийk и реклама красивых рейнджеров с крутыми звездолётами проели всю плешь само нутро подсказало: [Нужно брать жизнь в свои руки, Семёнk.
Вот я и схватил все накопления и купил небольшой кораблик с вонючим от протухших продуктов трюмом у ныне инвалида на пенсии.
Что-то подсказывало мне, что пенсию ему выплачивать будут не долго.
На остатки средств я с большим трудом смог достать не такое уж и новое но недоступное обычным гражданам по статусу орудие ракетомёт. Повинуясь патриотическому порыву, я даже написал на одной из боеголовок в кассете [За Землюk - прямо как мои предки больше тысячи лет назад.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:27:24
>>41096388
>Пиратский: 17

Сам так сперва предположил, но нет.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:28:02
>>41096314
Ты говноед играющий в пиксели завместо графики, лол. Графика
это ещё ладно, но вот смишнявки для быдла это вообще клиника.
А давайте рейндежра назовем Гагариным, а? Как вам идейка? А давайте, лолка! А давайте в квест впишем Мелкософт! Это как майкрософт, но мелкософт, поняли, да? ЛОЛ! ДОВОЙТЕ!

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:29:06
>>41096196
Двачую.
Если эти пентюхи в скором времени не угомонятся, то завайпаю тред вусмерть.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:29:31
>>41096474
Жестокая голактека 2? Норм, пиши дальше. Всё лучше, чем несвежими скринами обмениваться.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:29:58
>>41096680
Можешь хоть сейчас начинать, сёма

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:31:26
>>41096589
Там был **малоко*софт. Это прям как ты молокосос, но только "малоко".

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:32:06
>>41096750
Уверен? У автовайпалки нет души)

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:32:28
Я еще не установил, но вспомнил этот вин. Просто захотелось всем кто играет в этом треде - пожелать добра. :3

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:32:57
>>41096874
Стул уже прожег, петросян?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:33:23
>>41083845
карасик

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:34:37
>>41096589
Здравствуй, зелёный друг. Как дела, кушать хочешь? Прости, мне нечего тебе дать

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:34:44
>>41083845
КАРАСИК

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:35:15
>>41096939
>У автовайпалки нет души
куклоскрипт

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:36:39
>>41097005
Нет, прожёг анус твоей мамке, когда её жарил.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:37:12
>>41097137
Пиздец тебе печет! Антибугуртин уже выпил? По видимому ещё нет, потому я и наблюдаю такой сочный баттхёрт! Иди проспись, пидор. Стул он прожег, лол.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:37:40
>>41097305
Главное чтобы ей нравилось.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:39:19
>>41097346
Как же сильно ты стараешься, прямо из кожи вон лезешь, лолка

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:39:32
>>41097378
А ТО

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:39:44
полтора года барыжнечества и ВОТ ОН ВОТ КОРПУС МОЕЙ МЕЧТЫ.
для 3302 года норм

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:40:35
Няши, не скатывайте тред. Я тут всю шишку сдрочил на то, как вы играете.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:40:39
>>41097566
Для 3302 очень даже неплох.


Очередной рейнджер не долетел

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:41:52
>>41097660 Почему они не агрятся на тебя в маскировке? Почему на меня агрятся?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:42:10
We wrap up our coverage of THOR Open with a video interview with Robin "Fifflaren" Johansson from Ninjas in Pyjamas, the winner of the CS:GO tournament.

NiP added yet another title- their fifth international trophy since switching to CS:GO - to their cabinet on Sunday after defeating Finnish side Curse on two maps.

The match was not a walk in the park for NiP, though, as the Swedish giants found themselves on the back foot during several stages; still, they were able to come out on top and stretch their unbeaten LAN run while claiming the top prize of more than $15,000.

In this interview, Johansson comments on the final against Curse, the fact that NiP seemed to struggle in pistol rounds and also the criticism that he has dealt with in recent weeks, among other topics.


To check out all of HLTV.org's video content, head over to our YouTube channel.
Tags: Fifflaren

by: JeSpErW
#1
n1

Post edited 2012-12-10 00:47:35
2012-12-10 00:44:52
by: [n1]
#7
?
2012-12-10 01:13:57
by: fanboyofmoddii
#15
cheaters gonna cheat
2012-12-10 01:34:23
by: dEaTh_kNiGhT - <3 fnatic
#30
haters gonna hate!
2012-12-10 02:49:24
by: viq-_-
#38
dEaTh_kNiGhTers gonna kNiGhT
2012-12-10 07:29:04
by: dEaTh_kNiGhT - <3 fnatic
#46
It was viq (weak) bro. Better luck next time. :D
2012-12-10 09:03:32
by: viq-_-
#58
ty mate :D
2012-12-10 13:20:10
by: keevz
#2
looks promising
2012-12-10 00:47:46
by: kreayshawn - <3 TaZ
#3
One ring to rule them all,

Post edited 2012-12-10 00:49:55
2012-12-10 00:49:32
by: JUSTpei
#52
was thinking the same!
2012-12-10 10:37:29
by: tActive
#4
WELL PLAYED SAN =D
2012-12-10 01:02:48
by: goodjob - <3 NiP
#5
good view

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:42:19
Ньюфаги не знают
Если в любой системе залететь на звезду, ваш корабль ПУКАН немного подгорит, но топливные баки заправятся. Если есть нормальный дроид и корпус с форсажем, можно через несколько систем с доминаторами пролетать.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:43:01
As THOR Open had to delay the semi-finals until Sunday, HLTV.org were presented the perfect opportunity to preview the playoffs, and we obviously ran with it.

Opening day at THOR Open saw NiP unsurprisingly go undefeated in group A, while Curse had a rough way into the playoffs through a three way tie, with their deciding game going down to a single round&amp;#39;s difference versus Copenhagen Wolves.

In group B it was much different, as both Anexis and Lemondogs won the first two games, setting up their meeting as the decider for the first place. In the end, it was Anexis who got to avoid meeting NiP in the semi-finals.

NiP (f0rest, Fifflaren, friberg, GeT_RiGhT, Xizt)

While NiP have certainly matched everyone&amp;#39;s expectations in terms of their overall results so far as they boast a record of three wins, you have to question their match against gosu a little bit, even if it meant little to nothing for them. You could argue it was a usual slip up by the better team where you still come through in the end and you wouldn&amp;#39;t be wrong, but the fact is we haven&amp;#39;t seen those slip ups from NiP yet in CS:GO. It could either mean they&amp;#39;re losing focus or not.

NiP would obviously be favorites no matter which one of the final four teams they faced in the semi-finals, but especially Lemondogs seem like an easy match up for them. I think the younger Swedes, much like VeryGames, respect Patrik "f0rest" Lindberg &amp; co a tad too much, and therefore find it hard to play their usual game against the best team in the world. I think it&amp;#39;s possible Lemondogs gets hot while NiP isn&amp;#39;t on their game and even wins the map, but I wouldn&amp;#39;t count on it.

Regardless of who wins the second semi-final, I don&amp;#39;t see either one beating NiP in a best-of-three series. I think that especially Anexis could pose a threat and win a single map against them, which would be a massive surprise to a team currently holding a 44-0 map record since CS:GO&amp;#39;s inception, but this still won&amp;#39;t be the tournament where the Ninjas are dethroned.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:43:16
>>41096424
Как что-то плохое. полутора-двухгиговый репак второй части я бы только к сегодняшнему вечеру были бы с моим МТСом, а так 360 метров позавчера скочял и уже потихоньку хоткеи запоминаю там, осваиваюсь.
На незаселенной планете потерялась экспедиция, кому же еще поручить поиски кроме мимопролетавшего мудака-контрабандиста?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:43:45
>>41097787
>18:42:10
>18:43:01
Лол, он РУЧКАМИ вайпает, припекло так припекло.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:43:49
>>41097808
Лол, то есть буквально на горящем пукане пролететь мимо, не заправляясь.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:45:23
Келлер в треде, вайпает хуитой вручную

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:45:39
>>41097905
и вот те на домики вынесли бизнес-центр. У меня от них КОАЛИЦИЯ пуккан-кун

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:46:04
Lemondogs scored an easy win over fellow Swedes Western Wolves, but had a close call with Absolute Legends before being knocked into second place in the group by the strong Danes in the final match. It&amp;#39;s becoming increasingly difficult to tell what is going on in the team without being on-site to observe the squad, as the huge loss versus Anexis simply didn&amp;#39;t seem like something on the cards based on everything we know about the team.

They are nevertheless in the playoffs, but the bad news is that they will face the one team I don&amp;#39;t think they stand any chance against at this tournament, NiP. Simon "twist" Eliasson can make a huge impact for this team when his AWP is on, and that is something that simply must happen if they wish to stand a chance at even winning a map against NiP. Isak "cype" Rydman saved them in the aL match, but it is Eliasson who has the highest potential in terms of individual performances.

The Swedes can play v
ery well, but it seems as though they still lack some of the ex
perience required to develop a real killer instinct, which wil
l keep setting them back as a team. Although I think they may as well st
art directly in the third place decider, they do ha
ve a good chance at getting third. I don&amp;#39;t think the 3-16 loss was a realistic indication o
f their level c
ompared to Anexis, and they are surely more motivated then Cur
se to finis
h on the lowest podium. Time will tell if they can step up to the plate.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:46:57
As THOR Open had to delay the semi-finals until Sunday, HLTV.org were presented the perfect opportunity to preview the playoffs, and we obviously ran with it.

Opening day at THOR Open saw NiP unsurprisingly go undefeated in group A, while Curse had a rough way into the playoffs through a three way tie, with their deciding game going down to a single round&amp;#39;s difference versus Copenhagen Wolves.

In group B it was much different, as both Anexis and Lemondogs won the first two games, setting up their meeting as the decider for the first place. In the end, it was Anexis who got to avoid meeting NiP in the semi-finals.

NiP (f0rest, Fifflaren, friberg, GeT_RiGhT, Xizt)

While NiP have certainly matched everyone&amp;#39;s expectations in terms of their overall results so far as they boast a record of three wins, you have to question their match against gosu a little bit, even if it meant little to nothing for them. You could argue it was a usual slip up by the better team where you still come through in the end and you wouldn&amp;#39;t be wrong, but the fact is we haven&amp;#39;t seen those slip ups from NiP yet in CS:GO. It could either mean they&amp;#39;re losing focus or not.

NiP would obviously be favorites no matter which one of the final four teams they faced in the semi-finals, but especially Lemondogs seem like an easy match up for them. I think the younger Swedes, much like VeryGames, respect Patrik "f0rest" Lindberg &amp; co a tad too much, and therefore find it hard to play their usual game against the best team in the world. I think it&amp;#39;s possible Lemondogs gets hot while NiP isn&amp;#39;t on their game and even wins the map, but I wouldn&amp;#39;t count on it.

Regardless of who wins the second semi-final, I don&amp;#39;t see either one beating NiP in a best-of-three series. I think that especially Anexis could pose a threat and win a single map against them, which would be a massive surprise to a team currently holding a 44-0 map record since CS:GO&amp;#39;s inception, but this still won&amp;#39;t be the tournament where the Ninjas are dethroned.

Predicted finish: 1st


Xizt &amp; co have had it relatively easy so far at THOR Open

Curse (allu, naSu, natu, reflex, ScurK)

Curse&amp;#39;s tournament has been a terrible experience so far, not the least because of the event&amp;#39;s title sponsor CDON&amp;#39;s THOR computers. They have suffered from so many crashes it really makes it hard to even judge them on their losses. Crashing over five times a half basically means you play one third of it four-on-five - just let that sink in for a minute. How the organizers allowed this to go on, I have no idea, but I hear it&amp;#39;s always a good idea to blame the players for your faulty equipment.

The Finns did however prove they are still the better team in a head-to-head matchup over Copenhagen Wolves, whom they defeated easily this past week online, which allowed them to make playoffs with some help from NiP. They are very streaky and certainly are prone to making some mistakes they should have been able to rid themselves of by now, but like I said so many times at DreamHack Winter; they have a high ceiling, and a low basement.

Anexis is without a doubt better match for Curse who definitely do stand a chance against the Danes, especially with a night of sleep after their group stage horror. I think the series will be close and unless more crashes occur will go the distance of three maps, but although Curse last defeated Anexis online, I have to give Anexis a slight advantage simply based on how promising they looked here. I think LD match up well against Curse, who might not be very motivated for a third place decider, and will knock them out of there, too.

Predicted finish: 4th


ScurK needs to step it up if Curse wants to stand a chance on Sunday

Anexis (coloN, MSL, Nille Pimp, ruggah)

Anexis have finally gotten over their group stage hump, partly thanks to n!faculty not being present in Stockholm after knocking them out of the last two big tournaments after the infamous exchange of words from Jacob "Pimp" Winneche made it clear the two Central European teams did not get along. Ironically enough, the Germans are also doing well at EPS Finals, so it looks like separation really is healthy for these two. Tomorrow we&amp;#39;ll see just how healthy.

Morten "coloN" Johansen is yet to be really tested at this tournament and I&amp;#39;m surprised to see Winneche AWPing over him quite a bit so far, especially on de_inferno_se. However, I wouldn&amp;#39;t still say adding him was necessarily an improvement, as Ren™ "cajunb" Borg has proven to be a strong player for the Danes in the recent months. Anexis has looked solid so far as a team though, and getting over that mental issue of getting knocked out early will surely help the Danes.

As I mentioned in the Curse paragraphs, I think Anexis are slight favorites to make the grand final, although the series should go to all three maps. They have lost against Curse online in the past, so we all know they aren&amp;#39;t a safe bet by any means, but if I had to pick one based on their play in THOR Open so far, it would be Anexis. The Danes have the best chance to take a map off of NiP, but it will not be enough in any case, and they will leave Stockholm with a second place finish at most.

Predicted finish: 2nd


Pimp &amp; co are finally over the hump

Lemondogs (beRg, cype, Spitfire, twist, zajp)

Lemondogs scored an easy win over fellow Swedes Western Wolves, but had a close call with Absolute Legends before being knocked into second place in the group by the strong Danes in the final match. It&amp;#39;s becoming increasingly difficult to tell what is going on in the team without being on-site to observe the squad, as the huge loss versus Anexis simply didn&amp;#39;t seem like something on the cards based on everything we know about the team.

They are nevertheless in the playoffs, but the bad news is that they will face the one team I don&amp;#39;t think they stand any chance against at this tournament, NiP. Simon "twist" Eliasson can make a huge impact for this team when his AWP is on, and that is something that simply must happen if they wish to stand a chance at even winning a map against NiP. Isak "cype" Rydman saved them in the aL match, but it is Eliasson who has the highest potential in terms of individual performances.

The Swedes can play very well, but it seems as though they still lack some of the experience required to develop a real killer instinct, which will keep setting them back as a team. Although I think they may as well start directly in the third place decider, they do have a good chance at getting third. I don&amp;#39;t think the 3-16 loss was a realistic indication of their level compared to Anexis, and they are surely more motivated then Curse to finish on the lowest podium. Time will tell if they can step up to the plate.

Predicted finish: 3rd


beRg will have a tough time leading Lemondogs against NiP tomorrow

Both semi-finals will kick off simultaneously at 10:00 tomorrow morning, with the third place decider and THOR Open grand final starting shortly after at 12:30.
by: DeyaNGouD - fan of schneider
#1
gl LEMONDOGS!
2012-12-08 22:52:56
by: Fatal Fighter
#2
gj Tomi as usual
how old is beRg?
2012-12-08 22:53:56
by: LUNTE
#10
16

Post edited 2012-12-08 23:14:25

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:47:14
As THOR Open had to delay the semi-finals until Sunday, HLTV.org were presented the perfect opportunity to preview the playoffs, and we obviously ran with it.

Opening day at THOR Open saw NiP unsurprisingly go undefeated in group A, while Curse had a rough way into the playoffs through a three way tie, with their deciding game going down to a single round&amp;#39;s difference versus Copenhagen Wolves.

In group B it was much different, as both Anexis and Lemondogs won the first two games, setting up their meeting as the decider for the first place. In the end, it was Anexis who got to avoid meeting NiP in the semi-finals.

NiP (f0rest, Fifflaren, friberg, GeT_RiGhT, Xizt)

While NiP have certainly matched everyone&amp;#39;s expectations in terms of their overall results so far as they boast a record of three wins, you have to question their match against gosu a little bit, even if it meant little to nothing for them. You could argue it was a usual slip up by the better team where you still come through in the end and you wouldn&amp;#39;t be wrong, but the fact is we haven&amp;#39;t seen those slip ups from NiP yet in CS:GO. It could either mean they&amp;#39;re losing focus or not.

NiP would obviously be favorites no matter which one of the final four teams they faced in the semi-finals, but especially Lemondogs seem like an easy match up for them. I think the younger Swedes, much like VeryGames, respect Patrik "f0rest" Lindberg &amp; co a tad too much, and therefore find it hard to play their usual game against the best team in the world. I think it&amp;#39;s possible Lemondogs gets hot while NiP isn&amp;#39;t on their game and even wins the map, but I wouldn&amp;#39;t count on it.

Regardless of who wins the second semi-final, I don&amp;#39;t see either one beating NiP in a best-of-three series. I think that especially Anexis could pose a threat and win a single map against them, which would be a massive surprise to a team currently holding a 44-0 map record since CS:GO&amp;#39;s inception, but this still won&amp;#39;t be the tournament where the Ninjas are dethroned.

Predicted finish: 1st


Xizt &amp; co have had it relatively easy so far at THOR Open

Curse (allu, naSu, natu, reflex, ScurK)

Curse&amp;#39;s tournament has been a terrible experience so far, not the least because of the event&amp;#39;s title sponsor CDON&amp;#39;s THOR computers. They have suffered from so many crashes it really makes it hard to even judge them on their losses. Crashing over five times a half basically means you play one third of it four-on-five - just let that sink in for a minute. How the organizers allowed this to go on, I have no idea, but I hear it&amp;#39;s always a good idea to blame the players for your faulty equipment.

The Finns did however prove they are still the better team in a head-to-head matchup over Copenhagen Wolves, whom they defeated easily this past week online, which allowed them to make playoffs with some help from NiP. They are very streaky and certainly are prone to making some mistakes they should have been able to rid themselves of by now, but like I said so many times at DreamHack Winter; they have a high ceiling, and a low basement.

Anexis is without a doubt better match for Curse who definitely do stand a chance against the Danes, especially with a night of sleep after their group stage horror. I think the series will be close and unless more crashes occur will go the distance of three maps, but although Curse last defeated Anexis online, I have to give Anexis a slight advantage simply based on how promising they looked here. I think LD match up well against Curse, who might not be very motivated for a third place decider, and will knock them out of there, too.

Predicted finish: 4th


ScurK needs to step it up if Curse wants to stand a chance on Sunday

Anexis (coloN, MSL, Nille Pimp, ruggah)

Anexis have finally gotten over their group stage hump, partly thanks to n!faculty not being present in Stockholm after knocking them out of the last two big tournaments after the infamous exchange of words from Jacob "Pimp" Winneche made it clear the two Central European teams did not get along. Ironically enough, the Germans are also doing well at EPS Finals, so it looks like separation really is healthy for these two. Tomorrow we&amp;#39;ll see just how healthy.

Morten "coloN" Johansen is yet to be really tested at this tournament and I&amp;#39;m surprised to see Winneche AWPing over him quite a bit so far, especially on de_inferno_se. However, I wouldn&amp;#39;t still say adding him was necessarily an improvement, as Ren™ "cajunb" Borg has proven to be a strong player for the Danes in the recent months. Anexis has looked solid so far as a team though, and getting over that mental issue of getting knocked out early will surely help the Danes.

As I mentioned in the Curse paragraphs, I think Anexis are slight favorites to make the grand final, although the series should go to all three maps. They have lost against Curse online in the past, so we all know they aren&amp;#39;t a safe bet by any means, but if I had to pick one based on their play in THOR Open so far, it would be Anexis. The Danes have the best chance to take a map off of NiP, but it will not be enough in any case, and they will leave Stockholm with a second place finish at most.

Predicted finish: 2nd


Pimp &amp; co are finally over the hump

Lemondogs (beRg, cype, Spitfire, twist, zajp)

Lemondogs scored an easy win over fellow Swedes Western Wolves, but had a close call with Absolute Legends before being knocked into second place in the group by the strong Danes in the final match. It&amp;#39;s becoming increasingly difficult to tell what is going on in the team without being on-site to observe the squad, as the huge loss versus Anexis simply didn&amp;#39;t seem like something on the cards based on everything we know about the team.

They are nevertheless in the playoffs, but the bad news is that they will face the one team I don&amp;#39;t think they stand any chance against at this tournament, NiP. Simon "twist" Eliasson can make a huge impact for this team when his AWP is on, and that is something that simply must happen if they wish to stand a chance at even winning a map against NiP. Isak "cype" Rydman saved them in the aL match, but it is Eliasson who has the highest potential in terms of individual performances.

The Swedes can play very well, but it seems as though they still lack some of the experience required to develop a real killer instinct, which will keep setting them back as a team. Although I think they may as well start directly in the third place decider, they do have a good chance at getting third. I don&amp;#39;t think the 3-16 loss was a realistic indication of their level compared to Anexis, and they are surely more motivated then Curse to finish on the lowest podium. Time will tell if they can step up to the plate.

Predicted finish: 3rd


beRg will have a tough time leading Lemondogs against NiP tomorrow

Both semi-finals will kick off simultaneously at 10:00 tomorrow morning, with the third place decider and THOR Open grand final starting shortly after at 12:30.
by: DeyaNGouD - fan of schneider
#1
gl LEMONDOGS!
2012-12-08 22:52:56
by: Fatal Fighter
#2
gj Tomi as usual
how old is beRg?
2012-12-08 22:53:56
by: LUNTE2
#10
16

Post edited 2012-12-08 23:14:25

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:47:28
As THOR Open had to delay the semi-finals until Sunday, HLTV.org were presented the perfect opportunity to preview the playoffs, and we obviously ran with it.

Opening day at THOR Open saw NiP unsurprisingly go undefeated in group A, while Curse had a rough way into the playoffs through a three way tie, with their deciding game going down to a single round&amp;#39;s difference versus Copenhagen Wolves.

In group B it was much different, as both Anexis and Lemondogs won the first two games, setting up their meeting as the decider for the first place. In the end, it was Anexis who got to avoid meeting NiP in the semi-finals.

NiP (f0rest, Fifflaren, friberg, GeT_RiGhT, Xizt)

While NiP have certainly matched everyone&amp;#39;s expectations in terms of their overall results so far as they boast a record of three wins, you have to question their match against gosu a little bit, even if it meant little to nothing for them. You could argue it was a usual slip up by the better team where you still come through in the end and you wouldn&amp;#39;t be wrong, but the fact is we haven&amp;#39;t seen those slip ups from NiP yet in CS:GO. It could either mean they&amp;#39;re losing focus or not.

NiP would obviously be favorites no matter which one of the final four teams they faced in the semi-finals, but especially Lemondogs seem like an easy match up for them. I think the younger Swedes, much like VeryGames, respect Patrik "f0rest" Lindberg &amp; co a tad too much, and therefore find it hard to play their usual game against the best team in the world. I think it&amp;#39;s possible Lemondogs gets hot while NiP isn&amp;#39;t on their game and even wins the map, but I wouldn&amp;#39;t count on it.

Regardless of who wins the second semi-final, I don&amp;#39;t see either one beating NiP in a best-of-three series. I think that especially Anexis could pose a threat and win a single map against them, which would be a massive surprise to a team currently holding a 44-0 map record since CS:GO&amp;#39;s inception, but this still won&amp;#39;t be the tournament where the Ninjas are dethroned.

Predicted finish: 1st


Xizt &amp; co have had it relatively easy so far at THOR Open

Curse (allu, naSu, natu, reflex, ScurK)

Curse&amp;#39;s tournament has been a terrible experience so far, not the least because of the event&amp;#39;s title sponsor CDON&amp;#39;s THOR computers. They have suffered from so many crashes it really makes it hard to even judge them on their losses. Crashing over five times a half basically means you play one third of it four-on-five - just let that sink in for a minute. How the organizers allowed this to go on, I have no idea, but I hear it&amp;#39;s always a good idea to blame the players for your faulty equipment.

The Finns did however prove they are still the better team in a head-to-head matchup over Copenhagen Wolves, whom they defeated easily this past week online, which allowed them to make playoffs with some help from NiP. They are very streaky and certainly are prone to making some mistakes they should have been able to rid themselves of by now, but like I said so many times at DreamHack Winter; they have a high ceiling, and a low basement.

Anexis is without a doubt better match for Curse who definitely do stand a chance against the Danes, especially with a night of sleep after their group stage horror. I think the series will be close and unless more crashes occur will go the distance of three maps, but although Curse last defeated Anexis online, I have to give Anexis a slight advantage simply based on how promising they looked here. I think LD match up well against Curse, who might not be very motivated for a third place decider, and will knock them out of there, too.

Predicted finish: 4th


ScurK needs to step it up if Curse wants to stand a chance on Sunday

Anexis (coloN, MSL, Nille Pimp, ruggah)

Anexis have finally gotten over their group stage hump, partly thanks to n!faculty not being present in Stockholm after knocking them out of the last two big tournaments after the infamous exchange of words from Jacob "Pimp" Winneche made it clear the two Central European teams did not get along. Ironically enough, the Germans are also doing well at EPS Finals, so it looks like separation really is healthy for these two. Tomorrow we&amp;#39;ll see just how healthy.

Morten "coloN" Johansen is yet to be really tested at this tournament and I&amp;#39;m surprised to see Winneche AWPing over him quite a bit so far, especially on de_inferno_se. However, I wouldn&amp;#39;t still say adding him was necessarily an improvement, as Ren™ "cajunb" Borg has proven to be a strong player for the Danes in the recent months. Anexis has looked solid so far as a team though, and getting over that mental issue of getting knocked out early will surely help the Danes.

As I mentioned in the Curse paragraphs, I think Anexis are slight favorites to make the grand final, although the series should go to all three maps. They have lost against Curse online in the past, so we all know they aren&amp;#39;t a safe bet by any means, but if I had to pick one based on their play in THOR Open so far, it would be Anexis. The Danes have the best chance to take a map off of NiP, but it will not be enough in any case, and they will leave Stockholm with a second place finish at most.

Predicted finish: 2nd


Pimp &amp; co are finally over the hump

Lemondogs (beRg, cype, Spitfire, twist, zajp)

Lemondogs scored an easy win over fellow Swedes Western Wolves, but had a close call with Absolute Legends before being knocked into second place in the group by the strong Danes in the final match. It&amp;#39;s becoming increasingly difficult to tell what is going on in the team without being on-site to observe the squad, as the huge loss versus Anexis simply didn&amp;#39;t seem like something on the cards based on everything we know about the team.

They are nevertheless in the playoffs, but the bad news is that they will face the one team I don&amp;#39;t think they stand any chance against at this tournament, NiP. Simon "twist" Eliasson can make a huge impact for this team when his AWP is on, and that is something that simply must happen if they wish to stand a chance at even winning a map against NiP. Isak "cype" Rydman saved them in the aL match, but it is Eliasson who has the highest potential in terms of individual performances.

The Swedes can play very well, but it seems as though they still lack some of the experience required to develop a real killer instinct, which will keep setting them back as a team. Although I think they may as well start directly in the third place decider, they do have a good chance at getting third. I don&amp;#39;t think the 3-16 loss was a realistic indication of their level compared to Anexis, and they are surely more motivated then Curse to finish on the lowest podium. Time will tell if they can step up to the plate.

Predicted finish: 3rd


beRg will have a tough time leading Lemondogs against NiP tomorrow

Both semi-finals will kick off simultaneously at 10:00 tomorrow morning, with the third place decider and THOR Open grand final starting shortly after at 12:30.
by: DeyaNGouD - fan of schneider
#1
gl LEMONDOGS!
2012-12-08 22:52:56
by: Fatal Fighter
#2
gj Tomi as usual
how old is beRg?
2012-12ыыыы-08 22:53:56
by: LUNTE
#10
16

Post edited 2012-12-08 23:14:25

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:47:56
As THOR Open had to delay the semi-finals until Sunday, HLTV.org were presented the perfect opportunity to preview the playoffs, and we obviously ran with it.

Opening day at THOR Oсыавpen saw NiP unsurprisingly go undefeated in group A, while Curse had a rough way into the playoffs through a three way tie, with their deciding game going down to a single round&amp;#39;s difference versus Copenhagen Wolves.

In group B it was much different, as both Anexis and Lemondogs won the first two games, setting up their meeting as the decider for the first place. In the end, it was Anexis who got to avoid meeting NiP in the semi-finals.

NiP (f0rest, Fifflaren, friberg, GeT_RiGhT, Xizt)

While NiP have certainly matched everyone&amp;#39;s expectations in terms of their overall results so far as they boast a record of three wins, you have to question their match against gosu a little bit, even if it meant little to nothing for them. You could argue it was a usual slip up by the better team where you still come through in the end and you wouldn&amp;#39;t be wrong, but the fact is we haven&amp;#39;t seen those slip ups from NiP yet in CS:GO. It could either mean they&amp;#39;re losing focus or not.

NiP would obviously be favorites no matter which one of the final four teams they faced in the semi-finals, but especially Lemondogs seem like an easy match up for them. I think the younger Swedes, much like VeryGames, respect Patrik "f0rest" Lindberg &amp; co a tad too much, and therefore find it hard to play their usual game against the best team in the world. I think it&amp;#39;s possible Lemondogs gets hot while NiP isn&amp;#39;t on their game and even wins the map, but I wouldn&amp;#39;t count on it.

Regardless of who wins the second semi-final, I don&amp;#39;t see either one beating NiP in a best-of-three series. I think that especially Anexis could pose a threat and win a single map against them, which would be a massive surprise to a team currently holding a 44-0 map record since CS:GO&amp;#39;s inception, but this still won&amp;#39;t be the tournament where the Ninjas are dethroned.

Predicted finish: 1st


Xizt &amp; co have had it relatively easy so far at THOR Open

Curse (allu, naSu, natu, reflex, ScurK)

Curse&amp;#39;s tournament has been a terrible experience so far, not the least because of the event&amp;#39;s title sponsor CDON&amp;#39;s THOR computers. They have suffered from so many crashes it really makes it hard to even judge them on their losses. Crashing over five times a half basically means you play one third of it four-on-five - just let that sink in for a minute. How the organizers allowed this to go on, I have no idea, but I hear it&amp;#39;s always a good idea to blame the players for your faulty equipment.

The Finns did however prove they are still the better team in a head-to-head matchup over Copenhagen Wolves, whom they defeated easily this past week online, which allowed them to make playoffs with some help from NiP. They are very streaky and certainly are prone to making some mistakes they should have been able to rid themselves of by now, but like I said so many times at DreamHack Winter; they have a high ceiling, and a low basement.

Anexis is without a doubt better match for Curse who definitely do stand a chance against the Danes, especially with a night of sleep after their group stage horror. I think the series will be close and unless more crashes occur will go the distance of three maps, but although Curse last defeated Anexis online, I have to give Anexis a slight advantage simply based on how promising they looked here. I think LD match up well against Curse, who might not be very motivated for a third place decider, and will knock them out of there, too.

Predicted finish: 4th


ScurK needs to step it up if Curse wants to stand a chance on Sunday

Anexis (coloN, MSL, Nille Pimp, ruggah)

Anexis have finally gotten over their group stage hump, partly thanks to n!faculty not being present in Stockholm after knocking them out of the last two big tournaments after the infamous exchange of words from Jacob "Pimp" Winneche made it clear the two Central European teams did not get along. Ironically enough, the Germans are also doing well at EPS Finals, so it looks like separation really is healthy for these two. Tomorrow we&amp;#39;ll see just how healthy.

Morten "coloN" Johansen is yet to be really tested at this tournament and I&amp;#39;m surprised to see Winneche AWPing over him quite a bit so far, especially on de_inferno_se. However, I wouldn&amp;#39;t still say adding him was necessarily an improvement, as Ren™ "cajunb" Borg has proven to be a strong player for the Danes in the recent months. Anexis has looked solid so far as a team though, and getting over that mental issue of getting knocked out early will surely help the Danes.

As I mentioned in the Curse paragraphs, I think Anexis are slight favorites to make the grand final, although the series should go to all three maps. They have lost against Curse online in the past, so we all know they aren&amp;#39;t a safe bet by any means, but if I had to pick one based on their play in THOR Open so far, it would be Anexis. The Danes have the best chance to take a map off of NiP, but it will not be enough in any case, and they will leave Stockholm with a second place finish at most.

Predicted finish: 2nd


Pimp &amp; co are finally over the hump

Lemondogs (beRg, cype, Spitfire, twist, zajp)

Lemondogs scored an easy win over fellow Swedes Western Wolves, but had a close call with Absolute Legends before being knocked into second place in the group by the strong Danes in the final match. It&amp;#39;s becoming increasingly difficult to tell what is going on in the team without being on-site to observe the squad, as the huge loss versus Anexis simply didn&amp;#39;t seem like something on the cards based on everything we know about the team.

They are nevertheless in the playoffs, but the bad news is that they will face the one team I don&amp;#39;t think they stand any chance against at this tournament, NiP. Simon "twist" Eliasson can make a huge impact for this team when his AWP is on, and that is something that simply must happen if they wish to stand a chance at even winning a map against NiP. Isak "cype" Rydman saved them in the aL match, but it is Eliasson who has the highest potential in terms of individual performances.

The Swedes can play very well, but it seems as though they still lack some of the experience required to develop a real killer instinct, which will keep setting them back as a team. Although I think they may as well start directly in the third place decider, they do have a good chance at getting third. I don&amp;#39;t think the 3-16 loss was a realistic indication of their level compared to Anexis, and they are surely more motivated then Curse to finish on the lowest podium. Time will tell if they can step up to the plate.

Predicted finish: 3rd


beRg will have a tough time leading Lemondogs against NiP tomorrow

Both semi-finals will kick off simultaneously at 10:00 tomorrow morning, with the third place decider and THOR Open grand final starting shortly after at 12:30.
by: DeyaNGouD - fan of schneider
#1
gl LEMONDOGS!
2012-12-08 22:52:56
by: Fatal Fighter
#2
gj Tomi as usual
how old is beRg?
2012-12-0кк38 22:53:56
by: LUNTE
#10
16

Post edited 2012-12-08 23:14:25

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:48:32
>>41098137
пуккан летит

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:48:51
Хуево быть малоком. Скоро на родные планеты пускать перестанут. Найду корпус - завяжу с торговлей и буду набигать.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:48:57
>>41097758
Ты либо надел маскировку уже при них, либо задел кого-то.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:49:18
As THOR Open had to delay the semi-finals until Sunday, HLTV.org were presented the perfect opportunity to preview the playoffs, and we obviously ran with it.

Opening day at THOR Open saw NiP unsurprisingly go undefeated in group A, while Curse had a rough way into the playoffs through a three way tie, with their deciding game going down to a single round&amp;#39;s difference versus Copenhagen Wolves.

In group B it was much different, as both Anexis and Lemondogs won the first two games, setting up their meeting as the decider for the first place. In the end, it was Anexis who got to avoid meeting NiP in the semi-finals.

NiP (f0rest, Fifflaren, friberg, GeT_RiGhT, Xizt)

While NiP have certainly matched everyone&amp;#39;s expectations in terms of their overall results so far as they boast a record of three wins, you have to question their match against gosu a little bit, even if it meant little to nothing for them. You could argue it was a usual slip up by the better team where you still come through in the end and you wouldn&amp;#39;t be wrong, but the fact is we haven&amp;#39;t seen those slip ups from NiP yet in CS:GO. It could either mean they&amp;#39;re losing focus or not.

NiP would obviously be favorites no matter which one of the final four teams they faced in the semi-finals, but especially Lemondogs seem like an easy match up for them. I think the younger Swedes, much like VeryGames, respect Patrik "f0rest" Lindberg &amp; co a tad too much, and therefore find it hard to play their usual game against the best team in the world. I think it&amp;#39;s possible Lemondogs gets hot while NiP isn&amp;#39;t on their game and even wins the map, but I wouldn&amp;#39;t count on it.

Regardless of who wins the second semi-final, I don&amp;#39;t see either one beating NiP in a best-of-three series. I think that especially Anexis could pose a threat and win a single map against them, which would be a massive surprise to a team currently holding a 44-0 map record since CS:GO&amp;#39;s inception, but this still won&amp;#39;t be the tournament where the Ninjas are dethroned.

Predicted finish: 1st


Xizt &amp; co have had it relatively easy so far at THOR Open

Curse (allu, naSu, natu, reflex, ScurK)

Curse&amp;#39;s tournament has been a terrible experience so far, not the least because of the event&amp;#39;s title sponsor CDON&amp;#39;s THOR computers. They have suffered from so many crashes it really makes it hard to even judge them on their losses. Crashing over five times a half basically means you play one third of it four-on-five - just let that sink in for a minute. How the organizers allowed this to go on, I have no idea, but I hear it&amp;#39;s always a good idea to blame the players for your faulty equipment.

The Finns did however prove they are still the better team in a head-to-head matchup over Copenhagen Wolves, whom they defeated easily this past week online, which allowed them to make playoffs with some help from NiP. They are very streaky and certainly are prone to making some mistakes they should have been able to rid themselves of by now, but like I said so many times at DreamHack Winter; they have a high ceiling, and a low basement.

Anexis is without a doubt better match for Curse who definitely do stand a chance against the Danes, especially with a night of sleep after their group stage horror. I think the series will be close and unless more crashes occur will go the distance of three maps, but although Curse last defeated Anexis online, I have to give Anexis a slight advantage simply based on how promising they looked here. I think LD match up well against Curse, who might not be very motivated for a third place decider, and will knock them out of there, too.

Predicted finish: 4th


ScurK needs to step it up if Curse wants to stand a chance on Sunday

Anexis (coloN, MSL, Nille Pimp, ruggah)

Anexis have finally gotten over their group stage hump, partly thanks to n!faculty not being present in Stockholm after knocking them out of the last two big tournaments after the infamous exchange of words from Jacob "Pimp" Winneche made it clear the two Central European teams did not get along. Ironically enough, the Germans are also doing well at EPS Finals, so it looks like separation really is healthy for these two. Tomorrow we&amp;#39;ll see just how healthy.

Morten "coloN" Johansen is yet to be really tested at this tournament and I&amp;#39;m surprised to see Winneche AWPing over him quite a bit so far, especially on de_inferno_se. However, I wouldn&amp;#39;t still say adding him was necessarily an improvement, as Ren™ "cajunb" Borg has proven to be a strong player for the Danes in the recent months. Anexis has looked solid so far as a team though, and getting over that mental issue of getting knocked out early will surely help the Danes.

As I mentioned in the Curse paragraphs, I think Anexis are slight favorites to make the grand final, although the series should go to all three maps. They have lost against Curse online in the past, so we all know they aren&amp;#39;t a safe bet by any means, but if I had to pick one based on their play in THOR Open so far, it would be Anexis. The Danes have the best chance to take a map off of NiP, but it will not be enough in any case, and they will leave Stockholm with a second place finish at most.

Predicted finish: 2nd


Pimp &amp; co are finally over the hump

Lemondogs (beRg, cype, Spitfire, twist, zajp)

Lemondogs scored an easy win over fellow Swedes Western Wolves, but had a close call with Absolute Legends before being knocked into second place in the group by the strong Danes in the final match. It&amp;#39;s becoming increasingly difficult to tell what is going on in the team without being on-site to observe the squad, as the huge loss versus Anexis simply didn&amp;#39;t seem like something on the cards based on everything we know about the team.

They are nevertheless in the playoffs, but the bad news is that they will face the one team I don&amp;#39;t think they stand any chance against at this tournament, NiP. Simon "twist" Eliasson can make a huge impact for this team when his AWP is on, and that is something that simply must happen if they wish to stand a chance at even winning a map against NiP. Isak "cype" Rydman saved them in the aL match, but it is Eliasson who has the highest potential in terms of individual performances.

The Swedes can play very well, but it seems as though they still lack some of the experience required to develop a real killer instinct, which will keep setting them back as a team. Although I think they may as well start directly in the third place decider, they do have a good chance at getting third. I don&amp;#39;t think the 3-16 loss was a realistic indication of their level compared to Anexis, and they are surely more motivated then Curse to finish on the lowest podium. Time will tell if they can step up to the plate.

Predicted finish: 3rd


beRg will have a tough time leading Lemondogs against NiP tomorrow

Both semi-finals will kick off simultaneously at 10:00 tomorrow morning, with the third place decider and THOR Open grand final starting shortly after at 12:30.
by: DeyaNGouD - fan of schneider
#1
gl LEMONDOGS!
2012-12-08 22:52:56
by: Fatal Fighter
#2
gj Tomi as usual
how old is beRg?
2012-12-08 22:53:56
by: LUNTEв
#10
16

Post edited 2012-12-08 23:14:25

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:49:27
>>41097945
Школоте же подавай ЙОБА графон.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:49:30
As THOR Open had to delay the semi-finals until Sunday, HLTV.org were presented the perfect opportunity to preview the playoffs, and we obviously ran with it.

Opening day at THOR Open saw NiP unsurprisingly go undefeated in group A, while Curse had a rough way into the playoffs through a three way tie, with their deciding game going down to a single round&amp;#39;s difference versus Copenhagen Wolves.

In group B it was much different, as both Anexis and Lemondogs won the first two games, setting up their meeting as the decider for the first place. In the end, it was Anexis who got to avoid meeting NiP in the semi-finals.

NiP (f0rest, Fifflaren, friberg, GeT_RiGhT, Xizt)

While NiP have certainly matched everyone&amp;#39;s expectations in terms of their overall results so far as they boast a record of three wins, you have to question their match against gosu a little bit, even if it meant little to nothing for them. You could argue it was a usual slip up by the better team where you still come through in the end and you wouldn&amp;#39;t be wrong, but the fact is we haven&amp;#39;t seen those slip ups from NiP yet in CS:GO. It could either mean they&amp;#39;re losing focus or not.

NiP would obviously be favorites no matter which one of the final four teams they faced in the semi-finals, but especially Lemondogs seem like an easy match up for them. I think the younger Swedes, much like VeryGames, respect Patrik "f0rest" Lindberg &amp; co a tad too much, and therefore find it hard to play their usual game against the best team in the world. I think it&amp;#39;s possible Lemondogs gets hot while NiP isn&amp;#39;t on their game and even wins the map, but I wouldn&amp;#39;t count on it.

Regardless of who wins the second semi-final, I don&amp;#39;t see either one beating NiP in a best-of-three series. I think that especially Anexis could pose a threat and win a single map against them, which would be a massive surprise to a team currently holding a 44-0 map record since CS:GO&amp;#39;s inception, but this still won&amp;#39;t be the tournament where the Ninjas are dethroned.

Predicted finish: 1st


Xizt &amp; co have had it relatively easy so far at THOR Open

Curse (allu, naSu, natu, reflex, ScurK)

Curse&amp;#39;s tournament has been a terrible experience so far, not the least because of the event&amp;#39;s title sponsor CDON&amp;#39;s THOR computers. They have suffered from so many crashes it really makes it hard to even judge them on their losses. Crashing over five times a half basically means you play one third of it four-on-five - just let that sink in for a minute. How the organizers allowed this to go on, I have no idea, but I hear it&amp;#39;s always a good idea to blame the players for your faulty equipment.

The Finns did however prove they are still the better team in a head-to-head matchup over Copenhagen Wolves, whom they defeated easily this past week online, which allowed them to make playoffs with some help from NiP. They are very streaky and certainly are prone to making some mistakes they should have been able to rid themselves of by now, but like I said so many times at DreamHack Winter; they have a high ceiling, and a low basement.

Anexis is without a doubt better match for Curse who definitely do stand a chance against the Danes, especially with a night of sleep after their group stage horror. I think the series will be close and unless more crashes occur will go the distance of three maps, but although Curse last defeated Anexis online, I have to give Anexis a slight advantage simply based on how promising they looked here. I think LD match up well against Curse, who might not be very motivated for a third place decider, and will knock them out of there, too.

Predicted finish: 4th


ScurK needs to step it up if Curse wants to stand a chance on Sunday

Anexis (coloN, MSL, Nille Pimp, ruggah)

Anexis have finally gotten over their group stage hump, partly thanks to n!faculty not being present in Stockholm after knocking them out of the last two big tournaments after the infamous exchange of words from Jacob "Pimp" Winneche made it clear the two Central European teams did not get along. Ironically enough, the Germans are also doing well at EPS Finals, so it looks like separation really is healthy for these two. Tomorrow we&amp;#39;ll see just how healthy.

Morten "coloN" Johansen is yet to be really tested at this tournament and I&amp;#39;m surprised to see Winneche AWPing over him quite a bit so far, especially on de_inferno_se. However, I wouldn&amp;#39;t still say adding him was necessarily an improvement, as Ren™ "cajunb" Borg has proven to be a strong player for the Danes in the recent months. Anexis has looked solid so far as a team though, and getting over that mental issue of getting knocked out early will surely help the Danes.

As I mentioned in the Curse paragraphs, I think Anexis are slight favorites to make the grand final, although the series should go to all three maps. They have lost against Curse online in the past, so we all know they aren&amp;#39;t a safe bet by any means, but if I had to pick one based on their play in THOR Open so far, it would be Anexis. The Danes have the best chance to take a map off of NiP, but it will not be enough in any case, and they will leave Stockholm with a second place finish at most.

Predicted finish: 2nd


Pimp &amp; co are finally over the hump

Lemondogs (beRg, cype, Spitfire, twist, zajp)

Lemondogs scored an easy win over fellow Swedes Western Wolves, but had a close call with Absolute Legends before being knocked into second place in the group by the strong Danes in the final match. It&amp;#39;s becoming increasingly difficult to tell what is going on in the team without being on-site to observe the squad, as the huge loss versus Anexis simply didn&amp;#39;t seem like something on the cards based on everything we know about the team.

They are nevertheless in the playoffs, but the bad news is that they will face the one team I don&amp;#39;t think they stand any chance against at this tournament, NiP. Simon "twist" Eliasson can make a huge impact for this team when his AWP is on, and that is something that simply must happen if they wish to stand a chance at even winning a map against NiP. Isak "cype" Rydman saved them in the aL match, but it is Eliasson who has the highest potential in terms of individual performances.

The Swedes can play very well, but it seems as though they still lack some of the experience required to develop a real killer instinct, which will keep setting them back as a team. Although I think they may as well start directly in the third place decider, they do have a good chance at getting third. I don&amp;#39;t think the 3-16 loss was a realistic indication of their level compared to Anexis, and they are surely more motivated then Curse to finish on the lowest podium. Time will tell if they can step up to the plate.

Predicted finish: 3rd


beRg will have a tough time leading Lemondogs against NiP tomorrow

Both semi-finals will kick off simultaneously at 10:00 tomorrow morning, with the third place decider and THOR Open grand final starting shortly after at 12:30.
by: DeyaNGouD - fan of schneider
#1
gl LEMONDOGS!
2012-12-08 22:52:56
by: Fatal Fighter
#2
gj Tomi as usual
how old is beRg?
2012-12-08 22:53выв:56
by: LUNTE
#10
16

Post edited 2012-12-08 23:14:25

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:49:44
As THOR Open had to delay the semi-finals until Sunday, HLTV.org were presented the perfect opportunity to preview the playoffs, and we obviously ran with it.

Opening day at THOR Open saw NiP unsurprisingly go undefeated in group A, while Curse had a rough way into the playoffs through a three way tie, with their deciding game going down to a single round&amp;#39;s difference versus Copenhagen Wolves.

In group B it was much different, as both Anexis and Lemondogs won the first two games, setting up their meeting as the decider for the first place. In the end, it was Anexis who got to avoid meeting NiP in the semi-finals.

NiP (f0rest, Fifflaren, friberg, GeT_RiGhT, Xizt)

While NiP have certainly matched everyone&amp;#39;s expectations in terms of their overall results so far as they boast a record of three wins, you have to question their match against gosu a little bit, even if it meant little to nothing for them. You could argue it was a usual slip up by the better team where you still come through in the end and you wouldn&amp;#39;t be wrong, but the fact is we haven&amp;#39;t seen those slip ups from NiP yet in CS:GO. It could either mean they&amp;#39;re losing focus or not.

NiP would obviously be favorites no matter which one of the final four teams they faced in the semi-finals, but especially Lemondogs seem like an easy match up for them. I think the younger Swedes, much like VeryGames, respect Patrik "f0rest" Lindberg &amp; co a tad too much, and therefore find it hard to play their usual game against the best team in the world. I think it&amp;#39;s possible Lemondogs gets hot while NiP isn&amp;#39;t on their game and even wins the map, but I wouldn&amp;#39;t count on it.

Regardless of who wins the second semi-final, I don&amp;#39;t see either one beating NiP in a best-of-three series. I think that especially Anexis could pose a threat and win a single map against them, which would be a massive surprise to a team currently holding a 44-0 map record since CS:GO&amp;#39;s inception, but this still won&amp;#39;t be the tournament where the Ninjas are dethroned.

Predicted finish: 1st


Xizt &amp; co have had it relatively easy so far at THOR Open

Curse (allu, naSu, natu, reflex, ScurK)

Curse&amp;#39;s tournament has been a terrible experience so far, not the least because of the event&amp;#39;s title sponsor CDON&amp;#39;s THOR computers. They have suffered from so many crashes it really makes it hard to even judge them on their losses. Crashing over five times a half basically means you play one third of it four-on-five - just let that sink in for a minute. How the organizers allowed this to go on, I have no idea, but I hear it&amp;#39;s always a good idea to blame the players for your faulty equipment.

The Finns did however prove they are still the better team in a head-to-head matchup over Copenhagen Wolves, whom they defeated easily this past week online, which allowed them to make playoffs with some help from NiP. They are very streaky and certainly are prone to making some mistakes they should have been able to rid themselves of by now, but like I said so many times at DreamHack Winter; they have a high ceiling, and a low basement.

Anexis is without a doubt better match for Curse who definitely do stand a chance against the Danes, especially with a night of sleep after their group stage horror. I think the series will be close and unless more crashes occur will go the distance of three maps, but although Curse last defeated Anexis online, I have to give Anexis a slight advantage simply based on how promising they looked here. I think LD match up well against Curse, who might not be very motivated for a third place decider, and will knock them out of there, too.

Predicted finish: 4th


ScurK needs to step it up if Curse wants to stand a chance on Sunday

Anexis (coloN, MSL, Nille Pimp, ruggah)

Anexis have finally gotten over their group stage hump, partly thanks to n!faculty not being present in Stockholm after knocking them out of the last two big tournaments after the infamous exchange of words from Jacob "Pimp" Winneche made it clear the two Central European teams did not get along. Ironically enough, the Germans are also doing well at EPS Finals, so it looks like separation really is healthy for these two. Tomorrow we&amp;#39;ll see just how healthy.

Morten "coloN" Johansen is yet to be really tested at this tournament and I&amp;#39;m surprised to see Winneche AWPing over him quite a bit so far, especially on de_inferno_se. However, I wouldn&amp;#39;t still say adding him was necessarily an improvement, as Ren™ "cajunb" Borg has proven to be a strong player for the Danes in the recent months. Anexis has looked solid so far as a team though, and getting over that mental issue of getting knocked out early will surely help the Danes.

As I mentioned in the Curse paragraphs, I think Anexis are slight favorites to make the grand final, although the series should go to all three maps. They have lost against Curse online in the past, so we all know they aren&amp;#39;t a safe bet by any means, but if I had to pick one based on their play in THOR Open so far, it would be Anexis. The Danes have the best chance to take a map off of NiP, but it will not be enough in any case, and they will leave Stockholm with a second place finish at most.

Predicted finish: 2nd


Pimp &amp; co are finally over the hump

Lemondogs (beRg, cype, Spitfire, twist, zajp)

Lemondogs scored an easy win over fellow Swedes Western Wolves, but had a close call with Absolute Legends before being knocked into second place in the group by the strong Danes in the final match. It&amp;#39;s becoming increasingly difficult to tell what is going on in the team without being on-site to observe the squad, as the huge loss versus Anexis simply didn&amp;#39;t seem like something on the cards based on everything we know about the team.

They are nevertheless in the playoffs, but the bad news is that they will face the one team I don&amp;#39;t think they stand any chance against at this tournament, NiP. Simon "twist" Eliasson can make a huge impact for this team when his AWP is on, and that is something that simply must happen if they wish to stand a chance at even winning a map against NiP. Isak "cype" Rydman saved them in the aL match, but it is Eliasson who has the highest potential in terms of individual performances.

The Swedes can play very well, but it seems as though they still lack some of the experience required to develop a real killer instinct, which will keep setting them back as a team. Although I think they may as well start directly in the third place decider, they do have a good chance at getting third. I don&amp;#39;t think the 3-16 loss was a realistic indication of their level compared to Anexis, and they are surely more motivated then Curse to finish on the lowest podium. Time will tell if they can step up to the plate.

Predicted finish: 3rd


beRg will have a tough time leading Lemondogs against NiP tomorrow

Both semi-finals will kick off simultaneously at 10:00 tomorrow morning, with the third place decider and THOR Open grand final starting shortly after at 12:30.
by: DeyaNGouD - fan of schneider
#1
gl LEMONDOGS!
2012-12-08 22:52:56
by: Fatal Fighter
#2
gj Tomi as usual
how old is be545345454Rg?
2012-12-08 22:53:56
by: LUNTE
#10
16

Post edited 2012-12-08 23:14:25
выв335

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:49:48
>>41098131
Правда чтоле? Ололо, куклоскрипт.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:49:56
>>41098437
Смени подданство.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:50:02
As THOR Open had to delay the semi-finals until Sunday, HLTV.org were presented the perfect opportunity to preview the playoffs, and we obviously ran with it.

Opening day at THOR Open saw NiP unsurprisingly go undefeated in group A, while Curse had a rough way into the playoffs through a three way tie, with their deciding game going down to a single round&amp;#39;s difference versus Copenhagen Wolves.

In group B it was much different, as both Anexis and Lemondogs won the first two games, setting up their meeting as the decider for the first place. In the end, it was Anexis who got to avoid meeting NiP in the semi-finals.

NiP (f0rest, Fifflaren, friberg, GeT_RiGhT, Xizt)

While NiP have certainly matched everyone&amp;#39;s expectations in terms of their overall results so far as they boast a record of three wins, you have to question their match against gosu a little bit, even if it meant little to nothing for them. You could argue it was a usual slip up by the better team where you still come through in the end and you wouldn&amp;#39;t be wrong, but the fact is we haven&amp;#39;t seen those slip ups from NiP yet in CS:GO. It could either mean they&amp;#39;re losing focus or not.

NiP would obviously be favorites no matter which one of the final four teams they faced in the semi-finals, but especially Lemondogs seem like an easy match up for them. I think the younger Swedes, much like VeryGames, respect Patrik "f0rest" Lindberg &amp; co a tad too much, and therefore find it hard to play their usual game against the best team in the world. I think it&amp;#39;s possible Lemondogs gets hot while NiP isn&amp;#39;t on their game and even wins the map, but I wouldn&amp;#39;t count on it.

Regardless of who wins the second semi-final, I don&amp;#39;t see either one beating NiP in a best-of-three series. I think that especially Anexis could pose a threat and win a single map against them, which would be a massive surprise to a team currently holding a 44-0 map record since CS:GO&amp;#39;s inception, but this still won&amp;#39;t be the tournament where the Ninjas are dethroned.

Predicted finish: 1st


Xizt &amp; co have had it relatively easy so far at THOR Open

Curse (allu, naSu, natu, reflex, ScurK)

Curse&amp;#39;s tournament has been a terrible experience so far, not the least because of the event&amp;#39;s title sponsor CDON&amp;#39;s THOR computers. They have suffered from so many crashes it really makes it hard to even judge them on their losses. Crashing over five times a half basically means you play one third of it four-on-five - just let that sink in for a minute. How the organizers allowed this to go on, I have no idea, but I hear it&amp;#39;s always a good idea to blame the players for your faulty equipment.

The Finns did however prove they are still the better team in a head-to-head matchup over Copenhagen Wolves, whom they defeated easily this past week online, which allowed them to make playoffs with some help from NiP. They are very streaky and certainly are prone to making some mistakes they should have been able to rid themselves of by now, but like I said so many times at DreamHack Winter; they have a high ceiling, and a low basement.

Anexis is without a doubt better match for Curse who definitely do stand a chance against the Danes, especially with a night of sleep after their group stage horror. I think the series will be close and unless more crashes occur will go the distance of three maps, but although Curse last defeated Anexis online, I have to give Anexis a slight advantage simply based on how promising they looked here. I think LD match up well against Curse, who might not be very motivated for a third place decider, and will knock them out of there, too.

Predicted finish: 4th


ScurK needs to step it up if Curse wants to stand a chance on Sunday

Anexis (coloN, MSL, Nille Pimp, ruggah)

Anexis have finally gotten over their group stage hump, partly thanks to n!faculty not being present in Stockholm after knocking them out of the last two big tournaments after the infamous exchange of words from Jacob "Pimp" Winneche made it clear the two Central European teams did not get along. Ironically enough, the Germans are also doing well at EPS Finals, so it looks like separation really is healthy for these two. Tomorrow we&amp;#39;ll see just how healthy.

Morten "coloN" Johansen is yet to be really tested at this tournament and I&amp;#39;m surprised to see Winneche AWPing over him quite a bit so far, especially on de_inferno_se. However, I wouldn&amp;#39;t still say adding him was necessarily an improvement, as Ren™ "cajunb" Borg has proven to be a strong player for the Danes in the recent months. Anexis has looked solid so far as a team though, and getting over that mental issue of getting knocked out early will surely help the Danes.

As I mentioned in the Curse paragraphs, I think Anexis are slight favorites to make the grand final, although the series should go to all three maps. They have lost against Curse online in the past, so we all know they aren&amp;#39;t a safe bet by any means, but if I had to pick one based on their play in THOR Open so far, it would be Anexis. The Danes have the best chance to take a map off of NiP, but it will not be enough in any case, and they will leave Stockholm with a second place finish at most.

Predicted finish: 2nd


Pimp &amp; co are finally over the hump

Lemondogs (beRg, cype, Spitfire, twist, zajp)

Lemondogs scored an easy win over fellow Swedes Western Wolves, but had a close call with Absolute Legends before being knocked into second place in the group by the strong Danes in the final match. It&amp;#39;s becoming increasingly difficult to tell what is going on in the team without being on-site to observe the squad, as the huge loss versus Anexis simply didn&amp;#39;t seem like something on the cards based on everything we know about the team.

They are nevertheless in the playoffs, but the bad news is that they will face the one team I don&amp;#39;t think they stand any chance against at this tournament, NiP. Simon "twist" Eliasson can make a huge impact for this team when his AWP is on, and that is something that simply must happen if they wish to stand a chance at even winning a map against NiP. Isak "cype" Rydman saved them in the aL match, but it is Eliasson who has the highest potential in terms of individual performances.

The Swedes can play very well, but it seems as though they still lack some of the experience required to develop a real killer instinct, which will keep setting them back as a team. Although I think they may as well start directly in the third place decider, they do have a good chance at getting third. I don&amp;#39;t think the 3-16 loss was a realistic indication of their level compared to Anexis, and they are surely more motivated then Curse to finish on the lowest podium. Time will tell if they can step up to the plate.

Predicted finish: 3rd


beRg will have a tough time leading Lemondogs against NiP tomorrow

Both semi-finals will kick off simultaneously at 10:00 tomorrow morning, with the third place decider and THOR Open grand final starting shortly after at 12:30.
by: DeyaNGouD - fan of schneider
#1
gl LEMONDOGS!
2012-12-08 22:52:56
by: Fatal Fighter
#2
gj Tomi as usual
how old7567567678686896is beRg?
2012-12-08 22:53:56
4646547by: LUNTE
#10
16

Post edited 2012-12-08 23:14:25

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:50:34
>>41098131
Келлер не нужен, только Террон, только хардкор!

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:50:41
>>41097897
Исследователь черных дыр, спец по монстрам - что еще мне предстоит пройти?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:50:43
>>41098552
Нехотет.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:50:48
As THOR Open had to delay the semi-finals until Sunday, HLTV.org were presented the perfect opportunity to preview the playoffs, and we obviously ran with it.

Opening day at THOR Open saw NiP unsurprisingly go undefeated in group A, while Curse had a rough way into the playoffs through a three way tie, with their deciding game going down to a single round&amp;#39;s difference versus Copenhagen Wolves.

In group B it was much different, as both Anexis and Lemondogs won the first two games, setting up their meeting as the decider for the first place. In the end, it was Anexis who got to avoid meeting NiP in the semi-finals.

NiP (f0rest, Fifflaren, friberg, GeT_RiGhT, Xizt)

While NiP have certainly matched everyone&amp;#39;s expectations in terms of their overall results so far as they boast a record of three wins, you have to question their match against gosu a little bit, even if it meant little to nothing for them. You could argue it was a usual slip up by the better team where you still come through in the end and you wouldn&amp;#39;t be wrong, but the fact is we haven&amp;#39;t seen those slip ups from NiP yet in CS:GO. It could either mean they&amp;#39;re losing focus or not.

NiP would obviously be favorites no matter which one of the final four teams they faced in the semi-finals, but especially Lemondogs seem like an easy match up for them. I think the younger Swedes, much like VeryGames, respect Patrik "f0rest" Lindberg &amp; co a tad too much, and therefore find it hard to play their usual game against the best team in the world. I think it&amp;#39;s possible Lemondogs gets hot while NiP isn&amp;#39;t on their game and even wins the map, but I wouldn&amp;#39;t count on it.

Regardless of who wins the second semi-final, I don&amp;#39;t see either one beating NiP in a best-of-three series. I think that especially Anexis could pose a threat and win a single map against them, which would be a massive surprise to a team currently holding a 44-0 map record since CS:GO&amp;#39;s inception, but this still won&amp;#39;t be the tournament where the Ninjas are dethroned.

Predicted finish: 1st


Xizt &amp; co have had it relatively easy so far at THOR Open

Curse (allu, naSu, natu, reflex, ScurK)

Curse&amp;#39;s tournament has been a terrible experience so far, not the least because of the event&amp;#39;s title sponsor CDON&amp;#39;s THOR computers. They have suffered from so many crashes it really makes it hard to even judge them on their losses. Crashing over five times a half basically means you play one third of it four-on-five - just let that sink in for a minute. How the organizers allowed this to go on, I have no idea, but I hear it&amp;#39;s always a good idea to blame the players for your faulty equipment.

The Finns did however prove they are still the better team in a head-to-head matchup over Copenhagen Wolves, whom they defeated easily this past week online, which allowed them to make playoffs with some help from NiP. They are very streaky and certainly are prone to making some mistakes they should have been able to rid themselves of by now, but like I said so many times at DreamHack Winter; they have a high ceiling, and a low basement.

Anexis is without a doubt better match for Curse who definitely do stand a chance against the Danes, especially with a night of sleep after their group stage horror. I think the series will be close and unless more crashes occur will go the distance of three maps, but although Curse last defeated Anexis online, I have to give Anexis a slight advantage simply based on how promising they looked here. I think LD match up well against Curse, who might not be very motivated for a third place decider, and will knock them out of there, too.

Predicted finish: 4th


ScurK needs to step it up if Curse wants to stand a chance on Sunday

Anexis (coloN, MSL, Nille Pimp, ruggah)

Anexis have finally gotten over their group stage hump, partly thanks to n!faculty not being present in Stockholm after knocking them out of the last two big tournaments after the infamous exchange of words from Jacob "Pimp" Winneche made it clear the two Central European teams did not get along. Ironically enough, the Germans are also doing well at EPS Finals, so it looks like separation really is healthy for these two. Tomorrow we&amp;#39;ll see just how healthy.

Morten "coloN" Johansen is yet to be really tested at this tournament and I&amp;#39;m surprised to see Winneche AWPing over him quite a bit so far, especially on de_inferno_se. However, I wouldn&amp;#39;t still say adding him was necessarily an improvement, as Ren™ "cajunb" Borg has proven to be a strong player for the Danes in the recent months. Anexis has looked solid so far as a team though, and getting over that mental issue of getting knocked out early will surely help the Danes.

As I mentioned in the Curse paragraphs, I think Anexis are slight favorites to make the grand final, although the series should go to all three maps. They have lost against Curse online in the past, so we all know they aren&amp;#39;t a safe bet by any means, but if I had to pick one based on their play in THOR Open so far, it would be Anexis. The Danes have the best chance to take a map off of NiP, but it will not be enough in any case, and they will leave Stockholm with a second place finish at most.

Predicted finish: 2nd


Pimp &amp; co are finally over the hump

Lemondogs (beRg, cype, Spitfire, twist, zajp)

Lemondogs scored an easy win over fellow Swedes Western Wolves, but had a close call with Absolute Legends before being knocked into second place in the group by the strong Danes in the final match. It&amp;#39;s becoming increasingly difficult to tell what is going on in the team without being on-site to observe the squad, as the huge loss versus Anexis simply didn&amp;#39;t seem like something on the cards based on everything we know about the team.

They are nevertheless in the playoffs, but the bad news is that they will face the one team I don&amp;#39;t think they stand any chance against at this tournament, NiP. Simon "twist" Eliasson can make a huge impact for this team when his AWP is on, and that is something that simply must happen if they wish to stand a chance at even winning a map against NiP. Isak "cype" Rydman saved them in the aL match, but it is Eliasson who has the highest potential in terms of individual performances.

The Swedes can play very well, but it seems as though they still lack some of the experience required to develop a real killer instinct, which will keep setting them back as a team. Although I think they may as well start directly in the third place decider, they do have a good chance at getting third. I don&amp;#39;t think the 3-16 loss was a realistic indication of their level compared to Anexis, and they are surely more motivated then Curse to finish on the lowest podium. Time will tell if they can step up to the plate.

Predicted finish: 3rd


beRg will have a tough time leading Lemondogs against NiP tomorrow

Both semi-finals will kick off simultaneously at 10:00 tomorrow morning, with the third place decider and THOR Open grand final starting shortly after at 12:30.
by: DeyaNGouD - fan of schneider
#1
gl LEMONDOGS!
2012-12-08 22:52:56
by: Fatal Fighter
#2
gj Tomi as usual
how old is beRg555555?
2012-12-08 22:53:56
by: LUNTE
#10
16

Post edited 2012-12-08 23:14:25

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:52:01

THOR Open group stage preview
By: lurppis
Time: 2012-12-08 10:11
Event: THOR Open 2012
Game: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

With THOR Open&amp;#39;s 130,000 SEK (~$19,600) Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament quickly approaching, the time has come to preview the eight teams competing in Stockholm this coming weekend.

The eight participants at THOR Open all qualified via online qualifiers that took place during the last nine weeks. Swedes rule the list with five teams, while Hawks snuck in from Finland and the top two Danes will also take part.

Who will surprise at THOR Open? Can someone dethrone NiP? Who will emerge as the top three teams with VeryGames unable to qualify for the event? Find out what Tomi "lurppis" Kovanen thinks below.

Group A

NiP (f0rest, Fifflaren, friberg, GeT_RiGhT, Xizt)

NiP are sitting at a 41-0 record as a team since they were born in early August. Considering how few actually close games are in that number, that is actually scary if you&amp;#39;re on one the teams competing against them, which I believe is how VeryGames feels now and likely plays a part in their growing lack of success versus the Swedish giants of CS:GO.

The ninjas are obviously huge favorites to top group A, and while theoretically it&amp;#39;s certainly possible for them to drop a map, I don&amp;#39;t see it happening in the group stage here. They are simply too strong overall for each of their three opponents, and should advance to semi-finals without much hassle on day one.

Predicted finish: 1st in group A


Will NiP prevail once again this weekend?

Copenhagen Wolves (gla1ve, Herden, HUNDEN, Nico, smF)

Copenhagen Wolves have seen their stock fall a lot since the group stage ended at DreamHack Winter, as they got taken out by the British mousesports squad in quarter-finals in J¦nk¦ping and have since then bombed various online tournaments, albeit with a stand-in in most of them. Nevertheless, it would be hard to expect the Danish Wolves to play as well as we&amp;#39;ve seen them play in the recent months.

I think NiP is out of reach for the Danes, and while they could struggle versus gosu, I think they are clear favorites over them. This leaves them with Curse. The former Hawks squad took the Danes down 16-3 in SLTV StarSeries IV just days ago, although Copenhagen Wolves were missing Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander. I think Curse are favorites to advance over the Danish side, but you definitely can&amp;#39;t count them out; based on their interview with us it just seems they aren&amp;#39;t fully focused this time.

Predicted finish: 3rd in group A


smF&amp;#39;s Cph Wolves are in a tough spot

Curse (allu, naSu, natu, reflex, ScurK)

Curse are inconsistent. They showed flashes of greatness versus VeryGames at DreamHack, only to lost two save rounds, including a catastrophical four-on-one failure against a lonely P2000. That was followed up by a weak match against Absolute Legends, that saw the Finns leave J¦nk¦ping with a weak 9-12th place. Since then they&amp;#39;ve had some rock solid results online, but then at the last hour, lost two matches yesterday, including one against zNation.

I don&amp;#39;t think Curse can realistically challenge NiP unless they were to win both pistol rounds and have tons of rounds go their way, so that one&amp;#39;s out. I also think they will take down gosu without too much trouble, unless they don&amp;#39;t show up to play. As mentioned in the paragraph about the Danes, it will come down to the match between the two. I think Curse has an edge right now, not only due to the online results of the past two weeks, but based on the interviews with the Danes and Curse&amp;#39;s Joona "natu" Lepp”nen.

Predicted finish: 2nd in group A


allu&amp;#39;s Curse had a rough, but promising showing in J¦nk¦ping

gosu (cayzer, hoddi, snokz, tinka, major)

gosu didn&amp;#39;t look very strong at DreamHack Winter despite of winning the Swedish online qualifier, as they were blown out by both ProGaming.TD and Copenhagen Wolves after tying the much weaker American Curse team. To make matters worse, their statistically by far strongest player, Anton "waver" Wiberg departed the team, forcing them to attend with stand-in Andreas "major" Major.

No matter how optimistic you might be, it&amp;#39;s simply impossible to predict the Swedes to go through this group, regardless of what you base your prediction on - as long as you, in the end, base it on something factual. They also stated in their interview that their preparation hasn&amp;#39;t been great, so while the young team will gain some invaluable experience here, it won&amp;#39;t be enough to put them through this group.

Predicted finish: 4th in group A


hoddi &amp; co have more than their work cut out for them

Group B

Anexis (coloN, MSL, Nille, Pimp, ruggah)

Last few tournaments have seen Anexis come in with a ton of promise and exit after a disappointing group stage. Ever since Ren™ "cajunb" Borg&amp;#39;s decision to step down from competitive gaming and the Danes&amp;#39; choice to recruit former CS 1.6 AWPer Morten "coloN" Johansen, the team has changed quite a bit in terms of its outlook and it could certainly be for the better, although it&amp;#39;s impossible to say until we see the renewed Anexis in action.

Anexis has looked strong since their HastaLaVista days, so if Johansen can hit some shots with his AWP, I think the Danes can not only advance out of the tough group B, but also contend for a spot in the grand finals. They&amp;#39;ve missed that little something in the recent events, but Bord has been one of the strongest players, so it&amp;#39;s tough to say how it will wind up going. My money is on Anexis at least finally progressing from the group stage.

Predicted finish: 2nd in group B


Pimp has been a strong player for Anexis at the past events

Absolute Legends (lidde, pita, pronax, rdl, zneel)

Absolute legends had a promising showing at DreamHack Winter despite early difficulties in variouis online tournaments leading up to it, including the Swedish DreamHack qualifier where they fell short against a weaker gosu squad. They ended up going out against Lemondogs, who share group B with them, posing a question of whether or not Faruk "pita" Pita&amp;#39;s squad can deal with domestic squads.

The team has been playing well overall, but I simply think Anexis and Lemondogs will have their number in Stockholm this weekend. They definitely have the potential to beat one or even both of them and top the group, but I just have to go against someone in this group, and this time it&amp;#39;s Pita&amp;#39;s team.

Predicted finish: 3rd in group B


pronax needs to step up his fragging if AL wishes to advance

Lemondogs (berg, cype, Spitfire, twist, zajp)

Lemondogs looked like a solid team at DreamHack until they ran into a French brick wall in VeryGames, who completely shut them down as a team and scored an easy win against the young Swedes. They also seemed to lack some killer instinct against Absolute Legends, but managed to come through in the end, unlike in the semi-finals one round later.

I think Lemondogs are indeed the strongest team in group B, although Anexis and Absolute Legends both have potential to upset them, especially if Johansen is already well adjusted to CS:GO. They are the favorites on paper to finish second, but we will see how it goes in the end.

Predicted finish: 1st in group B


pani will undoubtedly be motivating Lemondogs at THOR

Western Wolves (devilwalk, flusha, schneider, waver, zende)

Western Wolves burst onto the scene as SY_b when they beat NiP a few months ago at a THOR Open qualifier, which saw them qualify for this weekend&amp;#39;s event in Stockholm. While they have improved from DreamHack on paper with the addition of Wiberg, it&amp;#39;s tough to predict them to finish ahead of some of these teams in group B.

Overall, b ased on past results I have to predict them to go out in this group, although as said before I think this group is very, very evenly matched and it wouldn&amp;#39;t surprise me too much even if they managed to advance to the playoffs. This is another team full of young, not very experienced Swedes, and how they do individually will define their fate in Stockholm.

Predicted finish: 4th in group B


waver needs to make a difference for WW

THOR Open kicks off on Saturday at 11:00 at Kistam”ssan in Stockholm, Sweden. The event will run on December 8-9, and HLTV.org will be on-site to provide you full coverage.
by: wrc <3 HLTV.org
#1
NIP all the way <3
2012-12-08 10:12:30
by: xavier666 - <3 NiP
#2
hope for a good Nip vs WW final!
2012-12-08 10:12:33
by: MED7 - <3 method
#3
NiP vs Lemondogs final
2012-12-08 10:17:08
by: Saske ^--^
#4
Group B is hard to predict!
2012-12-08 10:20:39
by: sonicsz
#5
i belive there will be some 15-15 results in group B. Every round is important for those teams.
2012-12-08 10:30:17
by: Fatal Fighter
#6
agree
2012-12-08 10:30:38
by: CS:GO- HATER- Razerbladekisses
#7
curse wont make it
2012-12-08 10:57:46
by: CaB456
#8
Spoiler NiP wins
2012-12-08 10:58:01
by: Los7
#9

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:52:33
Поясните, кстати, как бортжурнал открыть. Помню, случайно как-то сам наткнулся, но с тех пор года два не играл.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:53:21
>>41098631
Гобзавр в игре. Ему надо срочно выйти в космос.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:53:28
>>41098823
эф один, господи, эф один, внесите это в шапку, я скоро сам начну вайпать, эф один эф один эф один

Суб 05 Янв 2013 18:53:52

THOR Open group stage preview
By: lurppis
Time: 2012-12-08 10:11
Event: THOR Open 2012
Game: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

With THOR Open&amp;#39;s 130,000 SEK (~$19,600) Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament quickly approaching, the time has come to preview the eight teams competing in Stockholm this coming weekend.

The eight participants at THOR Open all qualified via online qualifiers that took place during the last nine weeks. Swedes rule the list with five teams, while Hawks snuck in from Finland and the top two Danes will also take part.

Who will surprise at THOR Open? Can someone dethrone NiP? Who will emerge as the top three teams with VeryGames unable to qualify for the event? Find out what Tomi "lurppis" Kovanen thinks below.

Group A

NiP (f0rest, Fifflaren, friberg, GeT_RiGhT, Xizt)

NiP are sitting at a 41-0 record as a team since they were born in early August. Considering how few actually close games are in that number, that is actually scary if you&amp;#39;re on one the teams competing against them, which I believe is how VeryGames feels now and likely plays a part in their growing lack of success versus the Swedish giants of CS:GO.

The ninjas are obviously huge favorites to top group A, and while theoretically it&amp;#39;s certainly possible for them to drop a map, I don&amp;#39;t see it happening in the group stage here. They are simply too strong overall for each of their three opponents, and should advance to semi-finals without much hassle on day one.

Predicted finish: 1st in group A


Will NiP prevail once again this weekend?

Copenhagen Wolves (gla1ve, Herden, HUNDEN, Nico, smF)

Copenhagen Wolves have seen their stock fall a lot since the group stage ended at DreamHack Winter, as they got taken out by the British mousesports squad in quarter-finals in J¦nk¦ping and have since then bombed various online tournaments, albeit with a stand-in in most of them. Nevertheless, it would be hard to expect the Danish Wolves to play as well as we&amp;#39;ve seen them play in the recent months.

I think NiP is out of reach for the Danes, and while they could struggle versus gosu, I think they are clear favorites over them. This leaves them with Curse. The former Hawks squad took the Danes down 16-3 in SLTV StarSeries IV just days ago, although Copenhagen Wolves were missing Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander. I think Curse are favorites to advance over the Danish side, but you definitely can&amp;#39;t count them out; based on their interview with us it just seems they aren&amp;#39;t fully focused this time.

Predicted finish: 3rd in group A


smF&amp;#39;s Cph Wolves are in a tough spot

Curse (allu, naSu, natu, reflex, ScurK)

Curse are inconsistent. They showed flashes of greatness versus VeryGames at DreamHack, only to lost two save rounds, including a catastrophical four-on-one failure against a lonely P2000. That was followed up by a weak match against Absolute Legends, that saw the Finns leave J¦nk¦ping with a weak 9-12th place. Since then they&amp;#39;ve had some rock solid results online, but then at the last hour, lost two matches yesterday, including one against zNation.

I don&amp;#39;t think Curse can realistically challenge NiP unless they were to win both pistol rounds and have tons of rounds go their way, so that one&amp;#39;s out. I also think they will take down gosu without too much trouble, unless they don&amp;#39;t show up to play. As mentioned in the paragraph about the Danes, it will come down to the match between the two. I think Curse has an edge right now, not only due to the online results of the past two weeks, but based on the interviews with the Danes and Curse&amp;#39;s Joona "natu" Lepp”nen.

Predicted finish: 2nd in group A


allu&amp;#39;s Curse had a rough, but promising showing in J¦nk¦ping

gosu (cayzer, hoddi, snokz, tinka, major)

gosu didn&amp;#39;t look very strong at DreamHack Winter despite of winning the Swedish online qualifier, as they were blown out by both ProGaming.TD and Copenhagen Wolves after tying the much weaker American Curse team. To make matters worse, their statistically by far strongest player, Anton "waver" Wiberg departed the team, forcing them to attend with stand-in Andreas "major" Major.

No matter how optimistic you might be, it&amp;#39;s simply impossible to predict the Swedes to go through this group, regardless of what you base your prediction on - as long as you, in the end, base it on something factual. They also stated in their interview that their preparation hasn&amp;#39;t been great, so while the young team will gain some invaluable experience here, it won&amp;#39;t be enough to put them through this group.

Predicted finish: 4th in group A


hoddi &amp; co have more than their work cut out for them

Group B

Anexis (coloN, MSL, Nille, Pimp, ruggah)

Last few tournaments have seen Anexis come in with a ton of promise and exit after a disappointing group stage. Ever since Ren™ "cajunb" Borg&amp;#39;s decision to step down from competitive gaming and the Danes&amp;#39; choice to recruit former CS 1.6 AWPer Morten "coloN" Johansen, the team has changed quite a bit in terms of its outlook and it could certainly be for the better, although it&amp;#39;s impossible to say until we see the renewed Anexis in action.

Anexis has looked strong since their HastaLaVista days, so if Johansen can hit some shots with his AWP, I think the Danes can not only advance out of the tough group B, but also contend for a spot in the grand finals. They&amp;#39;ve missed that little something in the recent events, but Bord has been one of the strongest players, so it&amp;#39;s tough to say how it will wind up going. My money is on Anexis at least finally progressing from the group stage.

Predicted finish: 2nd in group B


Pimp has been a strong player for Anexis at the past events

Absolute Legends (lidde, pita, pronax, rdl, zneel)

Absolute legends had a promising showing at DreamHack Winter despite early difficulties in variouis online tournaments leading up to it, including the Swedish DreamHack qualifier where they fell short against a weaker gosu squad. They ended up going out against Lemondogs, who share group B with them, posing a question of whether or not Faruk "pita" Pita&amp;#39;s squad can deal with domestic squads.

The team has been playing well overall, but I simply think Anexis and Lemondogs will have their number in Stockholm this weekend. They definitely have the potential to beat one or even both of them and top the group, but I just have to go against someone in this group, and this time it&amp;#39;s Pita&amp;#39;s team.

Predicted finish: 3rd in group B


pronax needs to step up his fragging if AL wishes to advance

Lemondogs (berg, cype, Spitfire, twist, zajp)

Lemondogs looked like a solid team at DreamHack until they ran into a French brick wall in VeryGames, who completely shut them down as a team and scored an easy win against the young Swedes. They also seemed to lack some killer instinct against Absolute Legends, but managed to come through in the end, unlike in the semi-finals one round later.

I think Lemondogs are indeed the strongest team in group B, although Anexis and Absolute Legends both have potential to upset them, especially if Johansen is already well adjusted to CS:GO. They are the favorites on paper to finish second, but we will see how it goes in the end.

Predicted finish: 1st in group B


pani will undoubtedly be motivating Lemondogs at THOR

Western Wolves (devilwalk, flusha, schneider, waver, zende)

Western Wolves burst onto the scene as SY_b when they beat NiP a few months ago at a THOR Open qualifier, which saw them qualify for this weekend&amp;#39;s event in Stockholm. While they have improved from DreamHack on paper with the addition of Wiberg, it&amp;#39;s tough to predict them to finish ahead of some of these teams in group B.

Overall, b ased on past results I have to predict them to go out in this group, although as said before I think this group is very, very evenly matched and it wouldn&amp;#39;t surprise me too much even if they managed to advance to the playoffs. This is another team full of young, not very experienced Swedes, and how they do individually will define their fate in Stockholm.

Predicted finish: 4th in group B


waver needs to make a difference for WW

THOR Open kicks off on Saturday at 11:00 at Kistam”ssan in Stockholm, Sweden. The event will run on December 8-9, and HLTV.org will be on-site to provide you full coverage.
by: wrc <3 HLTV.org
#1
NIP all the way <3
2012-12-08 10:12:30
by: xavier666 - <3 NiP
#2
hope for a good Nip vs WW final!
2012-12-08 10:12:33
by: MED7 - <3 method
#3
NiP vs Lemondogs final
2012-12-08 10:17:08
by: Saske ^--^
#4
Group B is hard to predict!
2012-12-08 10:20:39
by: sonicsz
#5
i belive there will be some 15-15 results in group B. Every round is important for those teams.
2012-12-08 10:30:17
by: Fatal Fighter
#6
agree
2012-12-08 10:30:38
by: CS:GO- HATER- Razerbladekisses
#7
curse wont make it
2012-12-08 10:57:46
by: CaB456
#8
Spoiler NiP wins
2012-12-08 10:58:01
by: Los7
#9
go NiP and Lemondogs
2012-12-08 12:04:39
by: tActive
#10
Absolute legends!
2012-12-08 13:23:09
by: Sh4M3L355
#11
seems like curse = 4rth hahaha
2012-12-08 13:51:36
by: The_King_of_Nerds
#12
Finland so bad on lan.
2012-12-08 13:53:13
by: micronn
#13д
lurppis what a luckywise prediction xD
2012-12-08 15:10:08
by: liQuidmoTion - <3 KaoS
#14
Dont think anexis will be second,ithink the Swedes Got their number
2012-12-08 17:01:05
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THOR Open group stage preview
By: lurppis
Time: 2012-12-08 10:11
Event: THOR Open 2012
Game: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

With THOR Open&amp;#39;s 130,000 SEK (~$19,600) Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament quickly approaching, the time has come to preview the eight teams competing in Stockholm this coming weekend.

The eight participants at THOR Open all qualified via online qualifiers that took place during the last nine weeks. Swedes rule the list with five teams, while Hawks snuck in from Finland and the top two Danes will also take part.

Who will surprise at THOR Open? Can someone dethrone NiP? Who will emerge as the top three teams with VeryGames unable to qualify for the event? Find out what Tomi "lurppis" Kovanen thinks below.

Group A

NiP (f0rest, Fifflaren, friberg, GeT_RiGhT, Xizt)

NiP are sitting at a 41-0 record as a team since they were born in early August. Considering how few actually close games are in that number, that is actually scary if you&amp;#39;re on one the teams competing against them, which I believe is how VeryGames feels now and likely plays a part in their growing lack of success versus the Swedish giants of CS:GO.

The ninjas are obviously huge favorites to top group A, and while theoretically it&amp;#39;s certainly possible for them to drop a map, I don&amp;#39;t see it happening in the group stage here. They are simply too strong overall for each of their three opponents, and should advance to semi-finals without much hassle on day one.

Predicted finish: 1st in group A


Will NiP prevail once again this weekend?

Copenhagen Wolves (gla1ve, Herden, HUNDEN, Nico, smF)

Copenhagen Wolves have seen their stock fall a lot since the group stage ended at DreamHack Winter, as they got taken out by the British mousesports squad in quarter-finals in J¦nk¦ping and have since then bombed various online tournaments, albeit with a stand-in in most of them. Nevertheless, it would be hard to expect the Danish Wolves to play as well as we&amp;#39;ve seen them play in the recent months.

I think NiP is out of reach for the Danes, and while they could struggle versus gosu, I think they are clear favorites over them. This leaves them with Curse. The former Hawks squad took the Danes down 16-3 in SLTV StarSeries IV just days ago, although Copenhagen Wolves were missing Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander. I think Curse are favorites to advance over the Danish side, but you definitely can&amp;#39;t count them out; based on their interview with us it just seems they aren&amp;#39;t fully focused this time.

Predicted finish: 3rd in group A


smF&amp;#39;s Cph Wolves are in a tough spot

Curse (allu, naSu, natu, reflex, ScurK)

Curse are inconsistent. They showed flashes of greatness versus VeryGames at DreamHack, only to lost two save rounds, including a catastrophical four-on-one failure against a lonely P2000. That was followed up by a weak match against Absolute Legends, that saw the Finns leave J¦nk¦ping with a weak 9-12th place. Since then they&amp;#39;ve had some rock solid results online, but then at the last hour, lost two matches yesterday, including one against zNation.

I don&amp;#39;t think Curse can realistically challenge NiP unless they were to win both pistol rounds and have tons of rounds go their way, so that one&amp;#39;s out. I also think they will take down gosu without too much trouble, unless they don&amp;#39;t show up to play. As mentioned in the paragraph about the Danes, it will come down to the match between the two. I think Curse has an edge right now, not only due to the online results of the past two weeks, but based on the interviews with the Danes and Curse&amp;#39;s Joona "natu" Lepp”nen.

Predicted finish: 2nd in group A


allu&amp;#39;s Curse had a rough, but promising showing in J¦nk¦ping

gosu (cayzer, hoddi, snokz, tinka, major)

gosu didn&amp;#39;t look very strong at DreamHack Winter despite of winning the Swedish online qualifier, as they were blown out by both ProGaming.TD and Copenhagen Wolves after tying the much weaker American Curse team. To make matters worse, their statistically by far strongest player, Anton "waver" Wiberg departed the team, forcing them to attend with stand-in Andreas "major" Major.

No matter how optimistic you might be, it&amp;#39;s simply impossible to predict the Swedes to go through this group, regardless of what you base your prediction on - as long as you, in the end, base it on something factual. They also stated in their interview that their preparation hasn&amp;#39;t been great, so while the young team will gain some invaluable experience here, it won&amp;#39;t be enough to put them through this group.

Predicted finish: 4th in group A


hoddi &amp; co have more than their work cut out for them

Group B

Anexis (coloN, MSL, Nille, Pimp, ruggah)

Last few tournaments have seen Anexis come in with a ton of promise and exit after a disappointing group stage. Ever since Ren™ "cajunb" Borg&amp;#39;s decision to step down from competitive gaming and the Danes&amp;#39; choice to recruit former CS 1.6 AWPer Morten "coloN" Johansen, the team has changed quite a bit in terms of its outlook and it could certainly be for the better, although it&amp;#39;s impossible to say until we see the renewed Anexis in action.

Anexis has looked strong since their HastaLaVista days, so if Johansen can hit some shots with his AWP, I think the Danes can not only advance out of the tough group B, but also contend for a spot in the grand finals. They&amp;#39;ve missed that little something in the recent events, but Bord has been one of the strongest players, so it&amp;#39;s tough to say how it will wind up going. My money is on Anexis at least finally progressing from the group stage.

Predicted finish: 2nd in group B


Pimp has been a strong player for Anexis at the past events

Absolute Legends (lidde, pita, pronax, rdl, zneel)

Absolute legends had a promising showing at DreamHack Winter despite early difficulties in variouis online tournaments leading up to it, including the Swedish DreamHack qualifier where they fell short against a weaker gosu squad. They ended up going out against Lemondogs, who share group B with them, posing a question of whether or not Faruk "pita" Pita&amp;#39;s squad can deal with domestic squads.

The team has been playing well overall, but I simply think Anexis and Lemondogs will have their number in Stockholm this weekend. They definitely have the potential to beat one or even both of them and top the group, but I just have to go against someone in this group, and this time it&amp;#39;s Pita&amp;#39;s team.

Predicted finish: 3rd in group B


pronax needs to step up his fragging if AL wishes to advance

Lemondogs (berg, cype, Spitfire, twist, zajp)

Lemondogs looked like a solid team at DreamHack until they ran into a French brick wall in VeryGames, who completely shut them down as a team and scored an easy win against the young Swedes. They also seemed to lack some killer instinct against Absolute Legends, but managed to come through in the end, unlike in the semi-finals one round later.

I think Lemondogs are indeed the strongest team in group B, although Anexis and Absolute Legends both have potential to upset them, especially if Johansen is already well adjusted to CS:GO. They are the favorites on paper to finish second, but we will see how it goes in the end.

Predicted finish: 1st in group B


pani will undoubtedly be motivating Lemondogs at THOR

Western Wolves (devilwalk, flusha, schneider, waver, zende)

Western Wolves burst onto the scene as SY_b when they beat NiP a few months ago at a THOR Open qualifier, which saw them qualify for this weekend&amp;#39;s event in Stockholm. While they have improved from DreamHack on paper with the addition of Wiberg, it&amp;#39;s tough to predict them to finish ahead of some of these teams in group B.

Overall, b ased on past results I have to predict them to go out in this group, although as said before I think this group is very, very evenly matched and it wouldn&amp;#39;t surprise me too much even if they managed to advance to the playoffs. This is another team full of young, not very experienced Swedes, and how they do individually will define their fate in Stockholm.

Predicted finish: 4th in group B


waver needs to make a difference for WW

THOR Open kicks off on Saturday at 11:00 at Kistam”ssan in Stockholm, Sweden. The event will run on December 8-9, and HLTV.org will be on-site to provide you full coverage.
by: wrc <3 HLTV.org
#1
NIP all the way <3
2012-12-08 10:12:30
by: xavier666 - <3 NiP
#2
hope for a good Nip vs WW final!
2012-12-08 10:12:33
by: MED7 - <3 method
#3
NiP vs Lemondogs final
2012-12-08 10:17:08
by: Saske ^--^
#4
Group B is hard to predict!
2012-12-08 10:20:39
by: sonicsz
#5
i belive there will be some 15-15 results in group B. Every round is important for those teams.
2012-12-08 10:30:17
by: Fatal Fighter
#6
agree
2012-12-08 10:30:38
by: CS:GO- HATER- Razerbladekisses
#7
curse wont make it
2012-12-08 10:57:46
by: CaB456
#8
Spoiler NiP wins
2012-12-08 10:58:01
by: Los7
#9
go NiP and Lemondogs
2012-12-08 12:04:39
by: tActive
#10
Absolute legends!
2012-12-08 13:23:09
by: Sh4M3L355
#11
seems like curse = 4rth hahaha
2012-12-08 13:51:36
by: The_King_of_Nerds
#12
Finland so bad on lan.
2012-12-08 13:53:13
by: micronn
#13
lurppis what a luckywise prediction xD
2012-12-08 15:10:08
by: liQuidmoTion - <3 KaoS
#14
Dont think anexis will be second,ithink the Swedes Got their number
2012-12-08 17:01:05
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Активируй виндовс в течении семи дней, или я выебу твою маму.

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By: lurppis
Time: 2012-12-08 10:11
Event: THOR Open 2012
Game: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

With THOR Open&amp;#39;s 130,000 SEK (~$19,600) Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament quickly approaching, the time has come to preview the eight teams competing in Stockholm this coming weekend.

The eight participants at THOR Open all qualified via online qualifiers that took place during the last nine weeks. Swedes rule the list with five teams, while Hawks snuck in from Finland and the top two Danes will also take part.

Who will surprise at THOR Open? Can someone dethrone NiP? Who will emerge as the top three teams with VeryGames unable to qualify for the event? Find out what Tomi "lurppis" Kovanen thinks below.

Group A

NiP (f0rest, Fifflaren, friberg, GeT_RiGhT, Xizt)

NiP are sitting at a 41-0 record as a team since they were born in early August. Considering how few actually close games are in that number, that is actually scary if you&amp;#39;re on one the teams competing against them, which I believe is how VeryGames feels now and likely plays a part in their growing lack of success versus the Swedish giants of CS:GO.

The ninjas are obviously huge favorites to top group A, and while theoretically it&amp;#39;s certainly possible for them to drop a map, I don&amp;#39;t see it happening in the group stage here. They are simply too strong overall for each of their three opponents, and should advance to semi-finals without much hassle on day one.

Predicted finish: 1st in group A


Will NiP prevail once again this weekend?

Copenhagen Wolves (gla1ve, Herden, HUNDEN, Nico, smF)

Copenhagen Wolves have seen their stock fall a lot since the group stage ended at DreamHack Winter, as they got taken out by the British mousesports squad in quarter-finals in J¦nk¦ping and have since then bombed various online tournaments, albeit with a stand-in in most of them. Nevertheless, it would be hard to expect the Danish Wolves to play as well as we&amp;#39;ve seen them play in the recent months.

I think NiP is out of reach for the Danes, and while they could struggle versus gosu, I think they are clear favorites over them. This leaves them with Curse. The former Hawks squad took the Danes down 16-3 in SLTV StarSeries IV just days ago, although Copenhagen Wolves were missing Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander. I think Curse are favorites to advance over the Danish side, but you definitely can&amp;#39;t count them out; based on their interview with us it just seems they aren&amp;#39;t fully focused this time.

Predicted finish: 3rd in group A


smF&amp;#39;s Cph Wolves are in a tough spot

Curse (allu, naSu, natu, reflex, ScurK)

Curse are inconsistent. They showed flashes of greatness versus VeryGames at DreamHack, only to lost two save rounds, including a catastrophical four-on-one failure against a lonely P2000. That was followed up by a weak match against Absolute Legends, that saw the Finns leave J¦nk¦ping with a weak 9-12th place. Since then they&amp;#39;ve had some rock solid results online, but then at the last hour, lost two matches yesterday, including one against zNation.

I don&amp;#39;t think Curse can realistically challenge NiP unless they were to win both pistol rounds and have tons of rounds go their way, so that one&amp;#39;s out. I also think they will take down gosu without too much trouble, unless they don&amp;#39;t show up to play. As mentioned in the paragraph about the Danes, it will come down to the match between the two. I think Curse has an edge right now, not only due to the online results of the past two weeks, but based on the interviews with the Danes and Curse&amp;#39;s Joona "natu" Lepp”nen.

Predicted finish: 2nd in group A


allu&amp;#39;s Curse had a rough, but promising showing in J¦nk¦ping

gosu (cayzer, hoddi, snokz, tinka, major)

gosu didn&amp;#39;t look very strong at DreamHack Winter despite of winning the Swedish online qualifier, as they were blown out by both ProGaming.TD and Copenhagen Wolves after tying the much weaker American Curse team. To make matters worse, their statistically by far strongest player, Anton "waver" Wiberg departed the team, forcing them to attend with stand-in Andreas "major" Major.

No matter how optimistic you might be, it&amp;#39;s simply impossible to predict the Swedes to go through this group, regardless of what you base your prediction on - as long as you, in the end, base it on something factual. They also stated in their interview that their preparation hasn&amp;#39;t been great, so while the young team will gain some invaluable experience here, it won&amp;#39;t be enough to put them through this group.

Predicted finish: 4th in group A


hoddi &amp; co have more than their work cut out for them

Group B

Anexis (coloN, MSL, Nille, Pimp, ruggah)

Last few tournaments have seen Anexis come in with a ton of promise and exit after a disappointing group stage. Ever since Ren™ "cajunb" Borg&amp;#39;s decision to step down from competitive gaming and the Danes&amp;#39; choice to recruit former CS 1.6 AWPer Morten "coloN" Johansen, the team has changed quite a bit in terms of its outlook and it could certainly be for the better, although it&amp;#39;s impossible to say until we see the renewed Anexis in action.

Anexis has looked strong since their HastaLaVista days, so if Johansen can hit some shots with his AWP, I think the Danes can not only advance out of the tough group B, but also contend for a spot in the grand finals. They&amp;#39;ve missed that little something in the recent events, but Bord has been one of the strongest players, so it&amp;#39;s tough to say how it will wind up going. My money is on Anexis at least finally progressing from the group stage.

Predicted finish: 2nd in group B


Pimp has been a strong player for Anexis at the past events

Absolute Legends (lidde, pita, pronax, rdl, zneel)

Absolute legends had a promising showing at DreamHack Winter despite early difficulties in variouis online tournaments leading up to it, including the Swedish DreamHack qualifier where they fell short against a weaker gosu squad. They ended up going out against Lemondogs, who share group B with them, posing a question of whether or not Faruk "pita" Pita&amp;#39;s squad can deal with domestic squads.

The team has been playing well overall, but I simply think Anexis and Lemondogs will have their number in Stockholm this weekend. They definitely have the potential to beat one or even both of them and top the group, but I just have to go against someone in this group, and this time it&amp;#39;s Pita&amp;#39;s team.

Predicted finish: 3rd in group B


pronax needs to step up his fragging if AL wishes to advance

Lemondogs (berg, cype, Spitfire, twist, zajp)

Lemondogs looked like a solid team at DreamHack until they ran into a French brick wall in VeryGames, who completely shut them down as a team and scored an easy win against the young Swedes. They also seemed to lack some killer instinct against Absolute Legends, but managed to come through in the end, unlike in the semi-finals one round later.

I think Lemondogs are indeed the strongest team in group B, although Anexis and Absolute Legends both have potential to upset them, especially if Johansen is already well adjusted to CS:GO. They are the favorites on paper to finish second, but we will see how it goes in the end.

Predicted finish: 1st in group B


pani will undoubtedly be motivating Lemondogs at THOR

Western Wolves (devilwalk, flusha, schneider, waver, zende)

Western Wolves burst onto the scene as SY_b when they beat NiP a few months ago at a THOR Open qualifier, which saw them qualify for this weekend&amp;#39;s event in Stockholm. While they have improved from DreamHack on paper with the addition of Wiberg, it&amp;#39;s tough to predict them to finish ahead of some of these teams in group B.

Overall, b ased on past results I have to predict them to go out in this group, although as said before I think this group is very, very evenly matched and it wouldn&amp;#39;t surprise me too much even if they managed to advance to the playoffs. This is another team full of young, not very experienced Swedes, and how they do individually will define their fate in Stockholm.

Predicted finish: 4th in group B


waver needs to make a difference for WW

THOR Open kicks off on Saturday at 11:00 at Kistam”ssan in Stockholm, Sweden. The event will run on December 8-9, and HLTV.org will be on-site to provide you full coverage.
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i belive there will be some 15-15 results in group B. Every round is important for those teams.
2012-12-08 10:30:17
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#6
agree
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curse wont make it
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Spoiler NiP wins
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go NiP and Lemondogs
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Absolute legends!
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seems like curse = 4rth hahaha
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Finland so bad on lan.
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Dont think anexis will be second,ithink the Swedes Got their number
2012-12-08 17:01:05
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By: lurppis
Time: 2012-12-08 10:11
Event: THOR Open 2012
Game: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

With THOR Open&amp;#39;s 130,000 SEK (~$19,600) Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament quickly approaching, the time has come to preview the eight teams competing in Stockholm this coming weekend.

The eight participants at THOR Open all qualified via online qualifiers that took place during the last nine weeks. Swedes rule the list with five teams, while Hawks snuck in from Finland and the top two Danes will also take part.

Who will surprise at THOR Open? Can someone dethrone NiP? Who will emerge as the top three teams with VeryGames unable to qualify for the event? Find out what Tomi "lurppis" Kovanen thinks below.

Group A

NiP (f0rest, Fifflaren, friberg, GeT_RiGhT, Xizt)

NiP are sitting at a 41-0 record as a team since they were born in early August. Considering how few actually close games are in that number, that is actually scary if you&amp;#39;re on one the teams competing against them, which I believe is how VeryGames feels now and likely plays a part in their growing lack of success versus the Swedish giants of CS:GO.

The ninjas are obviously huge favorites to top group A, and while theoretically it&amp;#39;s certainly possible for them to drop a map, I don&amp;#39;t see it happening in the group stage here. They are simply too strong overall for each of their three opponents, and should advance to semi-finals without much hassle on day one.

Predicted finish: 1st in group A


Will NiP prevail once again this weekend?

Copenhagen Wolves (gla1ve, Herden, HUNDEN, Nico, smF)

Copenhagen Wolves have seen their stock fall a lot since the group stage ended at DreamHack Winter, as they got taken out by the British mousesports squad in quarter-finals in J¦nk¦ping and have since then bombed various online tournaments, albeit with a stand-in in most of them. Nevertheless, it would be hard to expect the Danish Wolves to play as well as we&amp;#39;ve seen them play in the recent months.

I think NiP is out of reach for the Danes, and while they could struggle versus gosu, I think they are clear favorites over them. This leaves them with Curse. The former Hawks squad took the Danes down 16-3 in SLTV StarSeries IV just days ago, although Copenhagen Wolves were missing Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander. I think Curse are favorites to advance over the Danish side, but you definitely can&amp;#39;t count them out; based on their interview with us it just seems they aren&amp;#39;t fully focused this time.

Predicted finish: 3rd in group A


smF&amp;#39;s Cph Wolves are in a tough spot

Curse (allu, naSu, natu, reflex, ScurK)

Curse are inconsistent. They showed flashes of greatness versus VeryGames at DreamHack, only to lost two save rounds, including a catastrophical four-on-one failure against a lonely P2000. That was followed up by a weak match against Absolute Legends, that saw the Finns leave J¦nk¦ping with a weak 9-12th place. Since then they&amp;#39;ve had some rock solid results online, but then at the last hour, lost two matches yesterday, including one against zNation.

I don&amp;#39;t think Curse can realistically challenge NiP unless they were to win both pistol rounds and have tons of rounds go their way, so that one&amp;#39;s out. I also think they will take down gosu without too much trouble, unless they don&amp;#39;t show up to play. As mentioned in the paragraph about the Danes, it will come down to the match between the two. I think Curse has an edge right now, not only due to the online results of the past two weeks, but based on the interviews with the Danes and Curse&amp;#39;s Joona "natu" Lepp”nen.

Predicted finish: 2nd in group A


allu&amp;#39;s Curse had a rough, but promising showing in J¦nk¦ping

gosu (cayzer, hoddi, snokz, tinka, major)

gosu didn&amp;#39;t look very strong at DreamHack Winter despite of winning the Swedish online qualifier, as they were blown out by both ProGaming.TD and Copenhagen Wolves after tying the much weaker American Curse team. To make matters worse, their statistically by far strongest player, Anton "waver" Wiberg departed the team, forcing them to attend with stand-in Andreas "major" Major.

No matter how optimistic you might be, it&amp;#39;s simply impossible to predict the Swedes to go through this group, regardless of what you base your prediction on - as long as you, in the end, base it on something factual. They also stated in their interview that their preparation hasn&amp;#39;t been great, so while the young team will gain some invaluable experience here, it won&amp;#39;t be enough to put them through this group.

Predicted finish: 4th in group A


hoddi &amp; co have more than their work cut out for them

Group B

Anexis (coloN, MSL, Nille, Pimp, ruggah)

Last few tournaments have seen Anexis come in with a ton of promise and exit after a disappointing group stage. Ever since Ren™ "cajunb" Borg&amp;#39;s decision to step down from competitive gaming and the Danes&amp;#39; choice to recruit former CS 1.6 AWPer Morten "coloN" Johansen, the team has changed quite a bit in terms of its outlook and it could certainly be for the better, although it&amp;#39;s impossible to say until we see the renewed Anexis in action.

Anexis has looked strong since their HastaLaVista days, so if Johansen can hit some shots with his AWP, I think the Danes can not only advance out of the tough group B, but also contend for a spot in the grand finals. They&amp;#39;ve missed that little something in the recent events, but Bord has been one of the strongest players, so it&amp;#39;s tough to say how it will wind up going. My money is on Anexis at least finally progressing from the group stage.

Predicted finish: 2nd in group B


Pimp has been a strong player for Anexis at the past events

Absolute Legends (lidde, pita, pronax, rdl, zneel)

Absolute legends had a promising showing at DreamHack Winter despite early difficulties in variouis online tournaments leading up to it, including the Swedish DreamHack qualifier where they fell short against a weaker gosu squad. They ended up going out against Lemondogs, who share group B with them, posing a question of whether or not Faruk "pita" Pita&amp;#39;s squad can deal with domestic squads.

The team has been playing well overall, but I simply think Anexis and Lemondogs will have their number in Stockholm this weekend. They definitely have the potential to beat one or even both of them and top the group, but I just have to go against someone in this group, and this time it&amp;#39;s Pita&amp;#39;s team.

Predicted finish: 3rd in group B


pronax needs to step up his fragging if AL wishes to advance

Lemondogs (berg, cype, Spitfire, twist, zajp)

Lemondogs looked like a solid team at DreamHack until they ran into a French brick wall in VeryGames, who completely shut them down as a team and scored an easy win against the young Swedes. They also seemed to lack some killer instinct against Absolute Legends, but managed to come through in the end, unlike in the semi-finals one round later.

I think Lemondogs are indeed the strongest team in group B, although Anexis and Absolute Legends both have potential to upset them, especially if Johansen is already well adjusted to CS:GO. They are the favorites on paper to finish second, but we will see how it goes in the end.

Predicted finish: 1st in group B


pani will undoubtedly be motivating Lemondogs at THOR

Western Wolves (devilwalk, flusha, schneider, waver, zende)

Western Wolves burst onto the scene as SY_b when they beat NiP a few months ago at a THOR Open qualifier, which saw them qualify for this weekend&amp;#39;s event in Stockholm. While they have improved from DreamHack on paper with the addition of Wiberg, it&amp;#39;s tough to predict them to finish ahead of some of these teams in group B.

Overall, b ased on past results I have to predict them to go out in this group, although as said before I think this group is very, very evenly matched and it wouldn&amp;#39;t surprise me too much even if they managed to advance to the playoffs. This is another team full of young, not very experienced Swedes, and how they do individually will define their fate in Stockholm.

Predicted finish: 4th in group B


waver needs to make a difference for WW

THOR Open kicks off on Saturday at 11:00 at Kistam”ssan in Stockholm, Sweden. The event will run on December 8-9, and HLTV.org will be on-site to provide you full coverage.
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NIP all the way <3
2012-12-08 10:12:30
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hope for a good Nip vs WW final!
2012-12-08 10:12:33
by: MED7 - <3 method
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NiP vs Lemondogs final
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by: Saske ^--^
#4
Group B is hard to predict!
2012-12-08 10:20:39
by: sonicsz
#5
i belive there will be some 15-15 results in group B. Every round is important for those teams.
2012-12-08 10:30:17
by: Fatal Fighter
#6
agree
2012-12-08 10:30:38
by: CS:GO- HATER- Razerbladekisses
#7
curse wont make it
2012-12-08 10:57:46
by: CaB456
#8
Spoiler NiP wins
2012-12-08 10:58:01
by: Los7
#9
go NiP and Lemondogs
2012-12-08 12:04:39
by: tActive
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Absolute legends!
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seems like curse = 4rth hahaha
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Finland so bad on lan.
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lurppis what a luckywise prediction xD
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Dont think anexis will be second,ithink the Swedes Got their number
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В качалку иди. Вроде, если ты супербизон, то автоматом побеждаешь и выходишь из тюрьмы. Еще можно просто подниматься по лестнице. Тогда нужно на уровне очень силен быть, все бои. И хорошие отношения с охраной.

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THOR Open group stage preview
By: lurppis
Time: 2012-12-08 10:11
Event: THOR Open 2012
Game: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

With THOR Open&amp;#39;s 130,000 SEK (~$19,600) Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament quickly approaching, the time has come to preview the eight teams competing in Stockholm this coming weekend.

The eight participants at THOR Open all qualified via online qualifiers that took place during the last nine weeks. Swedes rule the list with five teams, while Hawks snuck in from Finland and the top two Danes will also take part.

Who will surprise at THOR Open? Can someone dethrone NiP? Who will emerge as the top three teams with VeryGames unable to qualify for the event? Find out what Tomi "lurppis" Kovanen thinks below.

Group A

NiP (f0rest, Fifflaren, friberg, GeT_RiGhT, Xizt)

NiP are sitting at a 41-0 record as a team since they were born in early August. Considering how few actually close games are in that number, that is actually scary if you&amp;#39;re on one the teams competing against them, which I believe is how VeryGames feels now and likely plays a part in their growing lack of success versus the Swedish giants of CS:GO.

The ninjas are obviously huge favorites to top group A, and while theoretically it&amp;#39;s certainly possible for them to drop a map, I don&amp;#39;t see it happening in the group stage here. They are simply too strong overall for each of their three opponents, and should advance to semi-finals without much hassle on day one.

Predicted finish: 1st in group A


Will NiP prevail once again this weekend?

Copenhagen Wolves (gla1ve, Herden, HUNDEN, Nico, smF)

Copenhagen Wolves have seen their stock fall a lot since the group stage ended at DreamHack Winter, as they got taken out by the British mousesports squad in quarter-finals in J¦nk¦ping and have since then bombed various online tournaments, albeit with a stand-in in most of them. Nevertheless, it would be hard to expect the Danish Wolves to play as well as we&amp;#39;ve seen them play in the recent months.

I think NiP is out of reach for the Danes, and while they could struggle versus gosu, I think they are clear favorites over them. This leaves them with Curse. The former Hawks squad took the Danes down 16-3 in SLTV StarSeries IV just days ago, although Copenhagen Wolves were missing Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander. I think Curse are favorites to advance over the Danish side, but you definitely can&amp;#39;t count them out; based on their interview with us it just seems they aren&amp;#39;t fully focused this time.

Predicted finish: 3rd in group A


smF&amp;#39;s Cph Wolves are in a tough spot

Curse (allu, naSu, natu, reflex, ScurK)

Curse are inconsistent. They showed flashes of greatness versus VeryGames at DreamHack, only to lost two save rounds, including a catastrophical four-on-one failure against a lonely P2000. That was followed up by a weak match against Absolute Legends, that saw the Finns leave J¦nk¦ping with a weak 9-12th place. Since then they&amp;#39;ve had some rock solid results online, but then at the last hour, lost two matches yesterday, including one against zNation.

I don&amp;#39;t think Curse can realistically challenge NiP unless they were to win both pistol rounds and have tons of rounds go their way, so that one&amp;#39;s out. I also think they will take down gosu without too much trouble, unless they don&amp;#39;t show up to play. As mentioned in the paragraph about the Danes, it will come down to the match between the two. I think Curse has an edge right now, not only due to the online results of the past two weeks, but based on the interviews with the Danes and Curse&amp;#39;s Joona "natu" Lepp”nen.

Predicted finish: 2nd in group A


allu&amp;#39;s Curse had a rough, but promising showing in J¦nk¦ping

gosu (cayzer, hoddi, snokz, tinka, major)

gosu didn&amp;#39;t look very strong at DreamHack Winter despite of winning the Swedish online qualifier, as they were blown out by both ProGaming.TD and Copenhagen Wolves after tying the much weaker American Curse team. To make matters worse, their statistically by far strongest player, Anton "waver" Wiberg departed the team, forcing them to attend with stand-in Andreas "major" Major.

No matter how optimistic you might be, it&amp;#39;s simply impossible to predict the Swedes to go through this group, regardless of what you base your prediction on - as long as you, in the end, base it on something factual. They also stated in their interview that their preparation hasn&amp;#39;t been great, so while the young team will gain some invaluable experience here, it won&amp;#39;t be enough to put them through this group.

Predicted finish: 4th in group A


hoddi &amp; co have more than their work cut out for them

Group B

Anexis (coloN, MSL, Nille, Pimp, ruggah)

Last few tournaments have seen Anexis come in with a ton of promise and exit after a disappointing group stage. Ever since Ren™ "cajunb" Borg&amp;#39;s decision to step down from competitive gaming and the Danes&amp;#39; choice to recruit former CS 1.6 AWPer Morten "coloN" Johansen, the team has changed quite a bit in terms of its outlook and it could certainly be for the better, although it&amp;#39;s impossible to say until we see the renewed Anexis in action.

Anexis has looked strong since their HastaLaVista days, so if Johansen can hit some shots with his AWP, I think the Danes can not only advance out of the tough group B, but also contend for a spot in the grand finals. They&amp;#39;ve missed that little something in the recent events, but Bord has been one of the strongest players, so it&amp;#39;s tough to say how it will wind up going. My money is on Anexis at least finally progressing from the group stage.

Predicted finish: 2nd in group B


Pimp has been a strong player for Anexis at the past events

Absolute Legends (lidde, pita, pronax, rdl, zneel)

Absolute legends had a promising showing at DreamHack Winter despite early difficulties in variouis online tournaments leading up to it, including the Swedish DreamHack qualifier where they fell short against a weaker gosu squad. They ended up going out against Lemondogs, who share group B with them, posing a question of whether or not Faruk "pita" Pita&amp;#39;s squad can deal with domestic squads.

The team has been playing well overall, but I simply think Anexis and Lemondogs will have their number in Stockholm this weekend. They definitely have the potential to beat one or even both of them and top the group, but I just have to go against someone in this group, and this time it&amp;#39;s Pita&amp;#39;s team.

Predicted finish: 3rd in group B


pronax needs to step up his fragging if AL wishes to advance

Lemondogs (berg, cype, Spitfire, twist, zajp)

Lemondogs looked like a solid team at DreamHack until they ran into a French brick wall in VeryGames, who completely shut them down as a team and scored an easy win against the young Swedes. They also seemed to lack some killer instinct against Absolute Legends, but managed to come through in the end, unlike in the semi-finals one round later.

I think Lemondogs are indeed the strongest team in group B, although Anexis and Absolute Legends both have potential to upset them, especially if Johansen is already well adjusted to CS:GO. They are the favorites on paper to finish second, but we will see how it goes in the end.

Predicted finish: 1st in group B


pani will undoubtedly be motivating Lemondogs at THOR

Western Wolves (devilwalk, flusha, schneider, waver, zende)

Western Wolves burst onto the scene as SY_b when they beat NiP a few months ago at a THOR Open qualifier, which saw them qualify for this weekend&amp;#39;s event in Stockholm. While they have improved from DreamHack on paper with the addition of Wiberg, it&amp;#39;s tough to predict them to finish ahead of some of these teams in group B.

Overall, b ased on past results I have to predict them to go out in this group, although as said before I think this group is very, very evenly matched and it wouldn&amp;#39;t surprise me too much even if they managed to advance to the playoffs. This is another team full of young, not very experienced Swedes, and how they do individually will define their fate in Stockholm.

Predicted finish: 4th in group B


waver needs to make a difference for WW

THOR Open kicks off on Saturday at 11:00 at Kistam”ssan in Stockholm, Sweden. The event will run on December 8-9, and HLTV.org will be on-site to provide you full coverage.
by: wrc <3 HLTV.org
#1
NIP all the way <3
2012-12-08 10:12:30
by: xavier666 - <3 NiP
#2
hope for a good Nip vs WW final!
2012-12-08 10:12:33
by: MED7 - <3 method
#3
NiP vs Lemondogs final
2012-12-08 10:17:08
by: Saske ^--^
#4
Group B is hard to predict!
2012-12-08 10:20:39
by: sonicsz
#5
i belive there will be some 15-15 results in group B. Every round is important for those teams.
2012-12-08 10:30:17
by: Fatal Fighter
#6
agree
2012-12-08 10:30:38
by: CS:GO- HATER- Razerbladekisses
#7
curse wont make it
2012-12-08 10:57:46
by: CaB456
#8
Spoiler NiP wins
2012-12-08 10:58:01
by: Los7
#9
go NiP and Lemondogs
2012-12-08 12:04:39
by: tActive
#10
Absolute legends!
2012-12-08 13:23:09
by: Sh4M3L355
#11
seems like curse = 4rth hahaha
2012-12-08 13:51:36
by: The_King_of_Nerds
#12
Finland so bad on lan.
2012-12-08 13:53:13
by: micronn
#13
lurppis what a luckywise prediction xD
2012-12-08 15:10:08
by: liQuidmoTion - <3 KaoS9лт
#14
Dont think anexis will be second,ithink the Swedes Got their number
2012-12-08 17:01:05
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Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:01:21
>>41099290
Супер бизоном просрал два боя подряд. ЧЯДНТ?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:01:52
>>41099248
Наркоман чтоле?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:02:31
ential to upset them, especially if Johansen is already well adjusted to CS:GO. They are the favorites on paper to finish second, but we will see how it goes in the end.

Predicted finish: 1st in group B


pani will undoubtedly be motivating Lemondogs at THOR

Western Wolves (devilwalk, flusha, schneider, waver, zende)

Western Wolves burst onto the scene as SY_b when they beat NiP a few months ago at a THOR Open qualifier, which saw them qualify for this weekend&amp;#39;s event in Stockholm. While they have improved from DreamHack on paper with the addition of Wiberg, it&amp;#39;s tough to predict them to finish ahead of some of these teams in group B.

Overall, b ased on past results I have to predict them to go out in this group, although as said before I think this group is very, very evenly matched and it wouldn&amp;#39;t surprise me too much even if they managed to advance to the playoffs. This is another team full of young, not very experienced Swedes, and how they do individually will define their fate in Stockholm.

Predicted finish: 4th in group B


waver needs to make a difference for WW

THOR Open kicks off on Saturday at 11:00 at Kistam”ssan in Stockholm, Sweden. The event will run on December 8-9, and HLTV.org will be on-site to provide you full coverage.
by: wrc <3 HLTV.org
#1
NIP all the way <3
2012-12-08 10:12:30
by: xavier666 - <3 NiP
#2
hope for a good Nip vs WW final!
2012-12-08 10:12:33
by: MED7 - <3 method
#3
NiP vs Lemondogs final
2012-12-08 10:17:08
by: Saske ^--^
#4
Group B is hard to predict!
2012-12-08 10:20:39
by: sonicsz
#5
i belive there will be some 15-15 results in group B. Every round is important for those teams.
2012-12-08 10:30:17
by: Fatal Fighter
#6
agree
2012-12-08 10:30:38
by: CS:GO- HATER- Razerbladekisses
#7
curse wont make it
2012-12-08 10:57:46
by: CaB456
#8
Spoiler NiP wins
2012-12-08 10:58:01
by: Los7
#9
go NiP and Lemondogs
2012-12-08 12:04:39
by: tActive
#10
Absolute legends!
2012-12-08 13:23:09
by: Sh4M3L355
#11
seems like curse = 4rth hahaha
2012-12-08 13:51:36
by: The_King_of_Nerds
#12
Finland so bad on lan.
2012-12-08 13:53:13
by: micronn
#13
lurppis what a luckywise prediction xD
2012-12-08 15:10:08
by: liQuidmoTion - <3 KaoS
#14
Dont think anexis will be second,ithink the Swedes Got their number
2012-12-08 17:01:05
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THOR Open group stage preview
By: lurppis
Time: 2012-12-08 10:11
Event: THOR Open 2012
Game: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

With THOR Open&amp;#39;s 130,000 SEK (~$19,600) Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament quickly approaching, the time has come to preview the eight teams competing in Stockholm this coming weekend.

The eight participants at THOR Open all qualified via online qualifiers that took place during the last nine weeks. Swedes rule the list with five teams, while Hawks snuck in from Finland and the top two Danes will also take part.

Who will surprise at THOR Open? Can someone dethrone NiP? Who will emerge as the top three teams with VeryGames unable to qualify for the event? Find out what Tomi "lurppis" Kovanen thinks below.

Group A

NiP (f0rest, Fifflaren, friberg, GeT_RiGhT, Xizt)

NiP are sitting at a 41-0 record as a team since they were born in early August. Considering how few actually close games are in that number, that is actually scary if you&amp;#39;re on one the teams competing against them, which I believe is how VeryGames feels now and likely plays a part in their growing lack of success versus the Swedish giants of CS:GO.

The ninjas are obviously huge favorites to top group A, and while theoretically it&amp;#39;s certainly possible for them to drop a map, I don&amp;#39;t see it happening in the group stage here. They are simply too strong overall for each of their three opponents, and should advance to semi-finals without much hassle on day one.

Predicted finish: 1st in group A


Will NiP prevail once again this weekend?

Copenhagen Wolves (gla1ve, Herden, HUNDEN, Nico, smF)

Copenhagen Wolves have seen their stock fall a lot since the group stage ended at DreamHack Winter, as they got taken out by the British mousesports squad in quarter-finals in J¦nk¦ping and have since then bombed various online tournaments, albeit with a stand-in in most of them. Nevertheless, it would be hard to expect the Danish Wolves to play as well as we&amp;#39;ve seen them play in the recent months.

I think NiP is out of reach for the Danes, and while they could struggle versus gosu, I think they are clear favorites over them. This leaves them with Curse. The former Hawks squad took the Danes down 16-3 in SLTV StarSeries IV just days ago, although Copenhagen Wolves were missing Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander. I think Curse are favorites to advance over the Danish side, but you definitely can&amp;#39;t count them out; based on their interview with us it just seems they aren&amp;#39;t fully focused this time.

Predicted finish: 3rd in group A


smF&amp;#39;s Cph Wolves are in a tough spot

Curse (allu, naSu, natu, reflex, ScurK)

Curse are inconsistent. They showed flashes of greatness versus VeryGames at DreamHack, only to lost two save rounds, including a catastrophical four-on-one failure against a lonely P2000. That was followed up by a weak match against Absolute Legends, that saw the Finns leave J¦nk¦ping with a weak 9-12th place. Since then they&amp;#39;ve had some rock solid results online, but then at the last hour, lost two matches yesterday, including one against zNation.

I don&amp;#39;t think Curse can realistically challenge NiP unless they were to win both pistol rounds and have tons of rounds go their way, so that one&amp;#39;s out. I also think they will take down gosu without too much trouble, unless they don&amp;#39;t show up to play. As mentioned in the paragraph about the Danes, it will come down to the match between the two. I think Curse has an edge right now, not only due to the online results of the past two weeks, but based on the interviews with the Danes and Curse&amp;#39;s Joona "natu" Lepp”nen.

Predicted finish: 2nd in group A


allu&amp;#39;s Curse had a rough, but promising showing in J¦nk¦ping

gosu (cayzer, hoddi, snokz, tinka, major)

gosu didn&amp;#39;t look very strong at DreamHack Winter despite of winning the Swedish online qualifier, as they were blown out by both ProGaming.TD and Copenhagen Wolves after tying the much weaker American Curse team. To make matters worse, their statistically by far strongest player, Anton "waver" Wiberg departed the team, forcing them to attend with stand-in Andreas "major" Major.

No matter how optimistic you might be, it&amp;#39;s simply impossible to predict the Swedes to go through this group, regardless of what you base your prediction on - as long as you, in the end, base it on something factual. They also stated in their interview that their preparation hasn&amp;#39;t been great, so while the young team will gain some invaluable experience here, it won&amp;#39;t be enough to put them through this group.

Predicted finish: 4th in group A


hoddi &amp; co have more than their work cut out for them

Group B

Anexis (coloN, MSL, Nille, Pimp, ruggah)

Last few tournaments have seen Anexis come in with a ton of promise and exit after a disappointing group stage. Ever since Ren™ "cajunb" Borg&amp;#39;s decision to step down from competitive gaming and the Danes&amp;#39; choice to recruit former CS 1.6 AWPer Morten "coloN" Johansen, the team has changed quite a bit in terms of its outlook and it could certainly be for the better, although it&amp;#39;s impossible to say until we see the renewed Anexis in action.

Anexis has looked strong since their HastaLaVista days, so if Johansen can hit some shots with his AWP, I think the Danes can not only advance out of the tough group B, but also contend for a spot in the grand finals. They&amp;#39;ve missed that little something in the recent events, but Bord has been one of the strongest players, so it&amp;#39;s tough to say how it will wind up going. My money is on Anexis at least finally progressing from the group stage.

Predicted finish: 2nd in group B


Pimp has been a strong player for Anexis at the past events

Absolute Legends (lidde, pita, pronax, rdl, zneel)

Absolute legends had a promising showing at DreamHack Winter despite early difficulties in variouis online tournaments leading up to it, including the Swedish DreamHack qualifier where they fell short against a weaker gosu squad. They ended up going out against Lemondogs, who share group B with them, posing a question of whether or not Faruk "pita" Pita&amp;#39;s squad can deal with domestic squads.

The team has been playing well overall, but I simply think Anexis and Lemondogs will have their number in Stockholm this weekend. They definitely have the potential to beat one or even both of them and top the group, but I just have to go against someone in this group, and this time it&amp;#39;s Pita&amp;#39;s team.

Predicted finish: 3rd in group B


pronax needs to step up his fragging if AL wishes to advance

Lemondogs (berg, cype, Spitfire, twist, zajp)

Lemondogs looked like a solid team at DreamHack until they ran into a French brick wall in VeryGames, who completely shut them down as a team and scored an easy win against the young Swedes. They also seemed to lack some killer instinct against Absolute Legends, but managed to come through in the end, unlike in the semi-finals one round later.

I think Lemondogs are indeed the strongest team in group B, although Anexis and Absolute Legends both have potential to upset them, especially if Johansen is already well adjusted to CS:GO. They are the favorites on paper to finish second, but we will see how it goes in the end.

Predicted finish: 1st in group B


pani will undoubtedly be motivating Lemondogs at THOR

Western Wolves (devilwalk, flusha, schneider, waver, zende)

Western Wolves burst onto the scene as SY_b when they beat NiP a few months ago at a THOR Open qualifier, which saw them qualify for this weekend&amp;#39;s event in Stockholm. While they have improved from DreamHack on paper with the addition of Wiberg, it&amp;#39;s tough to predict them to finish ahead of some of these teams in group B.

Overall, b ased on past results I have to predict them to go out in this group, although as said before I think this group is very, very evenly matched and it wouldn&amp;#39;t surprise me too much even if they managed to advance to the playoffs. This is another team full of young, not very experienced Swedes, and how they do individually will define their fate in Stockholm.

Predicted finish: 4th in group B


waver needs to make a difference for WW

THOR Open kicks off on Saturday at 11:00 at Kistam”ssan in Stockholm, Sweden. The event will run on December 8-9, and HLTV.org will be on-site to provide you full coverage.
by: wrc <3 HLTV.org
#1
NIP all the way <3
2012-12-08 10:12:30
by: xavier666 - <3 NiP
#2
hope for a good Nip vs WW final!
2012-12-08 10:12:33
by: MED7 - <3 method
#3
NiP vs Lemondogs final
2012-12-08 10:17:08
by: Saske ^--^
#4
Group B is hard to predict!
2012-12-08 10:20:39
by: sonicsz
#5
i belive there will be some 15-15 results in group B. Every round is important for those teams.
2012-12-08 10:30:17
by: Fatal Fighter
#6
agree
2012-12-08 10:30:38
by: CS:GO- HATER- Razerbladekisses
#7
curse wont make it
2012-12-08 10:57:46
by: CaB456
#8
Spoiler NiP wins
2012-12-08 10:58:01
by: Los7
#9
go NiP and Lemondogs
2012-12-08 12:04:39
by: tActive
#10
Absolute legends!
2012-12-08 13:23:09
by: Sh4M3L355
#11
seems like curse = 4rth hahaha
2012-12-08 13:51:36
by: The_King_of_Nerds
#12
Finland so bad on lan.
2012-12-08 13:53:13
by: micronn
#13
lurppis what a luckywise prediction xD
2012-12-08 15:10:08
by: liQuidmoTion - <3 KaoS
#14
Dont think anexis will be second,ithink the Swedes Got their number
2012-12-08 17:01:05
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Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:02:47
>>41099617
Омега - это судьба.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:03:59
ential to upset them, especially if Johansen is already well adjusted to CS:GO. They are the favorites on paper to finish second, but we will see how it goes in the end.

Predicted finish: 1st in group B


pani will undoubtedly be motivating Lemondogs at THOR

Western Wolves (devilwalk, flusha, schneider, waver, zende)

Western Wolves burst onto the scene as SY_b when they beat NiP a few months ago at a THOR Open qualifier, which saw them qualify for this weekend&amp;#39;s event in Stockholm. While they have improved from DreamHack on paper with the addition of Wiberg, it&amp;#39;s tough to predict them to finish ahead of some of these teams in group B.

Overall, b ased on past results I have to predict them to go out in this group, although as said before I think this group is very, very evenly matched and it wouldn&amp;#39;t surprise me too much even if they managed to advance to the playoffs. This is another team full of young, not very experienced Swedes, and how they do individually will define their fate in Stockholm.

Predicted finish: 4th in group B


waver needs to make a difference for WW

THOR Open kicks off on Saturday at 11:00 at Kistam”ssan in Stockholm, Sweden. The event will run on December 8-9, and HLTV.org will be on-site to provide you full coverage.
by: wrc <3 HLTV.org
#1
NIP all the way <3
2012-12-08 10:12:30
by: xavier666 - <3 NiP
#2
hope for a good Nip vs WW final!
2012-12-08 10:12:33
by: MED7 - <3 method
#3
NiP vs Lemondogs final
2012-12-08 10:17:08
by: Saske ^--^
#4
Group B is hard to predict!
2012-12-08 10:20:39
by: sonicsz
#5
i belive there will be some 15-15 results in group B. Every round is important for those teams.
2012-12-08 10:30:17
by: Fatal Fighter
#6
agree
2012-12-08 10:30:38
by: CS:GO- HATER- Razerbladekisses
#7
curse wont make it
2012-12-08 10:57:46
by: CaB456
#8
Spoiler NiP wins
2012-12-08 10:58:01
by: Los7
#9
go NiP and Lemondogs
2012-12-08 12:04:39
by: tActive
#10
Absolute legends!
2012-12-08 13:23:09
by: Sh4M3L355
#11
seems like curse = 4rth hahaha
2012-12-08 13:51:36
by: The_King_of_Nerds
#12
Finland so bad on lan.
2012-12-08 13:53:13
by: micronn
#13
lurppis what a luckywise prediction xD
2012-12-08 15:10:08
by: liQuidmoTion - <3 KaoS
#14
Dont think anexis will be second,ithink the Swedes Got their number
2012-12-08 17:01:05
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THOR Open group stage preview
By: lurppis
Time: 2012-12-08 10:11
Event: THOR Open 2012
Game: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

With THOR Open&amp;#39;s 130,000 SEK (~$19,600) Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament quickly approaching, the time has come to preview the eight teams competing in Stockholm this coming weekend.

The eight participants at THOR Open all qualified via online qualifiers that took place during the last nine weeks. Swedes rule the list with five teams, while Hawks snuck in from Finland and the top two Danes will also take part.

Who will surprise at THOR Open? Can someone dethrone NiP? Who will emerge as the top three teams with VeryGames unable to qualify for the event? Find out what Tomi "lurppis" Kovanen thinks below.

Group A

NiP (f0rest, Fifflaren, friberg, GeT_RiGhT, Xizt)

NiP are sitting at a 41-0 record as a team since they were born in early August. Considering how few actually close games are in that number, that is actually scary if you&amp;#39;re on one the teams competing against them, which I believe is how VeryGames feels now and likely plays a part in their growing lack of success versus the Swedish giants of CS:GO.

The ninjas are obviously huge favorites to top group A, and while theoretically it&amp;#39;s certainly possible for them to drop a map, I don&amp;#39;t see it happening in the group stage here. They are simply too strong overall for each of their three opponents, and should advance to semi-finals without much hassle on day one.

Predicted finish: 1st in group A


Will NiP prevail once again this weekend?

Copenhagen Wolves (gla1ve, Herden, HUNDEN, Nico, smF)

Copenhagen Wolves have seen their stock fall a lot since the group stage ended at DreamHack Winter, as they got taken out by the British mousesports squad in quarter-finals in J¦nk¦ping and have since then bombed various online tournaments, albeit with a stand-in in most of them. Nevertheless, it would be hard to expect the Danish Wolves to play as well as we&amp;#39;ve seen them play in the recent months.

I think NiP is out of reach for the Danes, and while they could struggle versus gosu, I think they are clear favorites over them. This leaves them with Curse. The former Hawks squad took the Danes down 16-3 in SLTV StarSeries IV just days ago, although Copenhagen Wolves were missing Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander. I think Curse are favorites to advance over the Danish side, but you definitely can&amp;#39;t count them out; based on their interview with us it just seems they aren&amp;#39;t fully focused this time.

Predicted finish: 3rd in group A


smF&amp;#39;s Cph Wolves are in a tough spot

Curse (allu, naSu, natu, reflex, ScurK)

Curse are inconsistent. They showed flashes of greatness versus VeryGames at DreamHack, only to lost two save rounds, including a catastrophical four-on-one failure against a lonely P2000. That was followed up by a weak match against Absolute Legends, that saw the Finns leave J¦nk¦ping with a weak 9-12th place. Since then they&amp;#39;ve had some rock solid results online, but then at the last hour, lost two matches yesterday, including one against zNation.

I don&amp;#39;t think Curse can realistically challenge NiP unless they were to win both pistol rounds and have tons of rounds go their way, so that one&amp;#39;s out. I also think they will take down gosu without too much trouble, unless they don&amp;#39;t show up to play. As mentioned in the paragraph about the Danes, it will come down to the match between the two. I think Curse has an edge right now, not only due to the online results of the past two weeks, but based on the interviews with the Danes and Curse&amp;#39;s Joona "natu" Lepp”nen.

Predicted finish: 2nd in group A


allu&amp;#39;s Curse had a rough, but promising showing in J¦nk¦ping

gosu (cayzer, hoddi, snokz, tinka, major)

gosu didn&amp;#39;t look very strong at DreamHack Winter despite of winning the Swedish online qualifier, as they were blown out by both ProGaming.TD and Copenhagen Wolves after tying the much weaker American Curse team. To make matters worse, their statistically by far strongest player, Anton "waver" Wiberg departed the team, forcing them to attend with stand-in Andreas "major" Major.

No matter how optimistic you might be, it&amp;#39;s simply impossible to predict the Swedes to go through this group, regardless of what you base your prediction on - as long as you, in the end, base it on something factual. They also stated in their interview that their preparation hasn&amp;#39;t been great, so while the young team will gain some invaluable experience here, it won&amp;#39;t be enough to put them through this group.

Predicted finish: 4th in group A


hoddi &amp; co have more than their work cut out for them

Group B

Anexis (coloN, MSL, Nille, Pimp, ruggah)

Last few tournaments have seen Anexis come in with a ton of promise and exit after a disappointing group stage. Ever since Ren™ "cajunb" Borg&amp;#39;s decision to step down from competitive gaming and the Danes&amp;#39; choice to recruit former CS 1.6 AWPer Morten "coloN" Johansen, the team has changed quite a bit in terms of its outlook and it could certainly be for the better, although it&amp;#39;s impossible to say until we see the renewed Anexis in action.

Anexis has looked strong since their HastaLaVista days, so if Johansen can hit some shots with his AWP, I think the Danes can not only advance out of the tough group B, but also contend for a spot in the grand finals. They&amp;#39;ve missed that little something in the recent events, but Bord has been one of the strongest players, so it&amp;#39;s tough to say how it will wind up going. My money is on Anexis at least finally progressing from the group stage.

Predicted finish: 2nd in group B


Pimp has been a strong player for Anexis at the past events

Absolute Legends (lidde, pita, pronax, rdl, zneel)

Absolute legends had a promising showing at DreamHack Winter despite early difficulties in variouis online tournaments leading up to it, including the Swedish DreamHack qualifier where they fell short against a weaker gosu squad. They ended up going out against Lemondogs, who share group B with them, posing a question of whether or not Faruk "pita" Pita&amp;#39;s squad can deal with domestic squads.

The team has been playing well overall, but I simply think Anexis and Lemondogs will have their number in Stockholm this weekend. They definitely have the potential to beat one or even both of them and top the group, but I just have to go against someone in this group, and this time it&amp;#39;s Pita&amp;#39;s team.

Predicted finish: 3rd in group B


pronax needs to step up his fragging if AL wishes to advance

Lemondogs (berg, cype, Spitfire, twist, zajp)

Lemondogs looked like a solid team at DreamHack until they ran into a French brick wall in VeryGames, who completely shut them down as a team and scored an easy win against the young Swedes. They also seemed to lack some killer instinct against Absolute Legends, but managed to come through in the end, unlike in the semi-finals one round later.

I think Lemondogs are indeed the strongest team in group B, although Anexis and Absolute Legends both have potential to upset them, especially if Johansen is already well adjusted to CS:GO. They are the favorites on paper to finish second, but we will see how it goes in the end.

Predicted finish: 1st in group B


pani will undoubtedly be motivating Lemondogs at THOR

Western Wolves (devilwalk, flusha, schneider, waver, zende)

Western Wolves burst onto the scene as SY_b when they beat NiP a few months ago at a THOR Open qualifier, which saw them qualify for this weekend&amp;#39;s event in Stockholm. While they have improved from DreamHack on paper with the addition of Wiberg, it&amp;#39;s tough to predict them to finish ahead of some of these teams in group B.

Overall, b ased on past results I have to predict them to go out in this group, although as said before I think this group is very, very evenly matched and it wouldn&amp;#39;t surprise me too much even if they managed to advance to the playoffs. This is another team full of young, not very experienced Swedes, and how they do individually will define their fate in Stockholm.

Predicted finish: 4th in group B


waver needs to make a difference for WW

THOR Open kicks off on Saturday at 11:00 at Kistam”ssan in Stockholm, Sweden. The event will run on December 8-9, and HLTV.org will be on-site to provide you full coverage.
by: wrc <3 HLTV.org
#1
NIP all the way <3
2012-12-08 10:12:30
by: xavier666 - <3 NiP
#2
hope for a good Nip vs WW final!
2012-12-08 10:12:33
by: MED7 - <3 method
#3
NiP vs Lemondogs final
2012-12-08 10:17:08
by: Saske ^--^
#4
Group B is hard to predict!
2012-12-08 10:20:39
by: sonicsz
#5
i belive there will be some 15-15 results in group B. Every round is important for those teams.
2012-12-08 10:30:17
by: Fatal Fighter
#6
agree
2012-12-08 10:30:38
by: CS:GO- HATER- Razerbladekisses
#7
curse wont make it
2012-12-08 10:57:46
by: CaB456
#8
Spoiler NiP wins
2012-12-08 10:58:01
by: Los7
#9
go NiP and Lemondogs
2012-12-08 12:04:39
by: tActive
#10
Absolute legends!
2012-12-08 13:23:09
by: Sh4M3L355
#11
seems like curse = 4rth hahaha
2012-12-08 13:51:36
by: The_King_of_Nerds
#12
Finland so bad on lan.
2012-12-08 13:53:13
by: micronn
#13
lurppis what a luckywise prediction xD
2012-12-08 15:10:0ыыы8
by: liQuidmoTion - <3 KaoS
#14
Dont think anexis will be second,ithink the Swedes Got their number
2012-12-08 17:01:05
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Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:04:52
Вайпер разбушевался, а я как чувствительная персона отказываюсь это терпеть.
Ушел.
Селедка-кун.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:06:09
На 100% сложности слишком просто.
Добро пожаловать. Снова.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:06:22
>>41099752
Ну хуй знает. По мускулам - супер бизон, а по разуму - дурачок. Это нормально?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:06:33
>>41099935
Какой вайпер? Куклоскрипт же!

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:06:44
>>41099935
Так он же выдохся нахуй.
Оставайся.

К тому же есть одно средство - куклоскрипт

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:06:48
>>41100061
Не похож же.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:07:21
>>41100119
Это как?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:08:04
http://www.freedollchan.org/scripts

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:08:31
>>41100078

Будто омег-качков не бывает.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:09:14
>>41100119
А что ты будешь делать, когда я начну вайпать без сажи, а??
Мой провайдер один из самых крупных в ДС и просто забанить подсеть низзя! А ещё у меня динамика и написать скрипт на аутореконнект не составит труда, лол. Что будешь делать, сучечка?! АХАХХАХАХХАХА

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:10:28
>>41100325
>просто забанить подсеть низзя
>АХАХХАХАХХАХА

Этот школьник сломался, свяжите/унесите его и привезите другого.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:11:45
>>41100325
>ДС

Ну не Калининград. Значит, скоро мамка спать отправит.


Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:11:50
>>41100431
Ты бы хоть прощенье догадался просить, уебок. Я бы может и сжалобился оставив ваш тред догнивать без сажи.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:12:19
>>41100325
Примите лекарства и покиньте тред.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:12:19
>>41100533
Завтра выходной.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:12:34
>>41098631
Промежуточная посадка на пикрелейтед. Лол, поминутно проигрываю с подливой от названий, разрабы оттягивались на них на всю катушку.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:12:43
>>41099617
Нужно не только тело + здоровье, но и опыт. Если не ошибаюсь, первые 2 или 3 боя ты ни за что не выиграешь.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:13:43
>>41100606
Ищи РОЗОВОГО ГААЛЬЦА

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:13:53
>>41100606

А база гаальская.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:14:42
>>41100726
Не раскрывай наши пристрастия, ирод! Пусть все думают, что техники нас не интересуют.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:14:47
>>41100606
Ты кстати знаешь, что фэяне - гермафродиты трапы? В каком-то квесте наш глав. герой пойдет трахать фэянок-проституток, и узнает об этом.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:15:23
Совсем ебанулись такой-то тред вайпать.
Кому он для мешает?
Может годный тред стёр с 4 /b.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:15:44
>>41100834
забыл отклеить

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:15:45
>>41100793
> В каком-то квесте наш глав. герой пойдет трахать фэянок-проституток, и узнает об этом
ЩИТО???
Алсо, это гаальцы же вроде гермафродиты, а не феяне?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:16:40
Кстати, пока не ушел и решил вам напомнить, что КУКЛОСКРИПТ это вирусный скрипт, что добавит вас к ботнету и внедрит зонд в ваш АНУСЫЖ ФАФЫАФАЫ

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:17:18
>>41100863
Фэяне.
И не пойдёт трахать влажная фантазия разбуянилась, а просто будет искать бордель на фэянской планете.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:17:34
>>41100863
А ты пиздятинки хотел?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:18:01
>>41100231
Я про торпеду в самого себя же.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:18:07
>>41100861
Ну а хули ты хотел-то? Смишнявки для быдла - удел быдла.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:19:02
>>41100061
Решил играть без железной воли.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:19:12
>>41101006

Малокской.
Это в каких КР был квест про гаальца, влюбленного в малокскую альфасамку?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:19:28
>>41100793
Ноуп, не знал. А мне будет норм, если клиссаны и в этот раз не захватят все сектора и не трахнут меня и всех остальных за компанию

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:19:34
>>41101006
Нет, феянской не хотел.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:20:05
>>41100989
Ну там вроде по тексту не будет ясно, трахал он их или нет, все останется на совести читаемого. Или? Точно уже не помню.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:21:08
>>41101049
Просто вспомнил как в покойном /bb тред создавал и на меня наезжали мол годный тред смыть могло. Там то наезжали по теме ибо раковый тред был.
А тут весь /b один большой раковый тред.
Бессмыслено однако.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:21:11
>>41101149
Медикаментами полгода торговал?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:21:24
>>41101202
> все останется на совести читаемого
> читаемого

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:21:35
>>41101149
Под конец игры у тебя будет Алмазных гильз и Галопуговец как говна.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:22:32
>>41101316

А то! Совсеть квеста.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:22:45
>>41101293
Вирус или антивирус, мне в сущности все равно, я же беспринципный пират вез, на заднем плане видно сообщение об успешной доставке.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:23:45
>>41101419
САЖА

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:23:51
А я бы хотел феянской пиздятинки.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:24:37
ВОТ ТЕПЕРЬ И Я САГАЮ! ГДЕ ВАШ БОГ ТЕПЕРЬ?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:24:53
Посоны, киньте ссылку на сборочку вторых кр, чтобы со всякой йобой.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:25:11
МЕНЯ АНЖЕЛИКА ЗОВУТ, НО ТАК КАК У ВАС ВСЕХ КУКЛАСКРИПТ, ТО ВЫ НЕ ПРОЧИТАЕТЕ МОЕ СООБЩЕНИЕ!

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:25:13
>>41101521

Ты бы и от пеленгской не отказался.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:25:36
>>41101630
НА РУТОРЕ СМОТРИ САЖА

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:25:38
>>41101630
И на будущее: надо линк в ОП-пост вставлять.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:25:55
>>41101521
Жаль, что доминаторов нельзя изнасиловать

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:25:57
>>41101663
Я БЫ ОТ ТВОЕ НЕ ОТКАЗАЛСЯ

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:26:15
>>41101660
Хуй тебе, я любопытный и разворачиваю скрытые посты.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:26:28
>>41101735
ПИЗДЕЦ ТЫ ЛОХ САЖА

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:26:40
>>41101735
А ты в сопло движка попробуй.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:28:30
>>41101809
Пойду охотиться на штипов.



Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:29:42
>>41101992
Чтобы тебе община свидетелей доминаторов повстречалась.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:30:16
>>41101992
Лол. "Срочные новости из созвездия Шеат! Пираты захватили "живой" штип серии Келлер, и три месяца содомировали его на пираткой базе "Каракатица"."

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:30:25
>>41102098
Они же идиоты, у них культ во славу Террона не развит совсем.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:30:47
доставьте сборочку, пожалуйста, а то я всякую хуйню нахожу.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:32:37
>>41102180
Зато можно протоплазмой обмазаться и дрочить.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:34:20
>>41102361
Сейчас ноды же, а не протоплазма.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:35:05
>>41102361
Нельзя тратить священные ноды на такую содомию.

Полечу искать Террона и напрошусь на преобразование.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:35:46
>>41101663
А чем плохо?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:35:54
Ну блять, аноны, мне скучно! Обсуждайте текстовые квесты и скрины тоже выкладывайте. В это говно мамонта я играть не буду, но текстовки почитать было бы очень не плохо. Если не внемлите моему пожеланию, то засагаю тред вусмерть!

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:35:59
>>41102556
Там же четыре возможных концовки, верно? Запости, какую получишь.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:38:14
Котаны, какой репак лучше кочать? Революцию или перезагрузку? Или если качать революцию то там уже все включено? Очень давно играл в 1-ю часть, совсем не рублю чем они отличаются.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:39:01
>>41102632
Иди и играй в текстовые квесты, чо. Не надо тут раковать

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:39:15
>>41102632
Анус себе засагай, утенок ебаный.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:39:35
>>41102855
В Революцию можно после Перезагрузки, ящитаю

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:40:18
Стоит брать?

>>41102855

Перезагрузку.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:41:31
>>41103062
Не думаю. Броня не нужна, а очень сильно прибавляет к стоимости.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:43:00
>>41103178
А этот?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:43:09
А поясните по хардкору, что такое "железная воля"?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:43:33
>>41103319
Очень годный.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:43:57
>>41103334
Сохраняться нельзя. Вообще. Только автосейвы при взлётах

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:45:50
>>41103409
Выложи скрин с результатами. Сколько время затратил, сколько роботов, сколько зданий. Интересно со своими сравнить.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:46:36
>>41102643
В той игре нужно открыть всю карту ибо он где-то в углу, но я долетел до Террона своим старым пиратом и вот что вышло.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:46:43
>>41103319
Кстати, аноны, мне интересно, производитель корпуса влияет на его износостойкость? Или это действует только для запчастей?


Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:47:57
>>41103611
В смысле износостойкость корпуса? Урон, который он получает? Не влияет

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:48:02
>>41101149
Поскольку путь традиционного ебашилова в этот старт был отвергнут, притарил эктоплазмы на пиратской базе и обменял у рейнджеров на очки. В сумме с тем, что мне накинули за первые два квеста можно взять один плюс к статам. Что брать, рейнджераны - плюс к торговле а будут ли мне с его учетом платить больше за миссии? или к ремонту постоянно чинить девайсы тот еще геморрой, в прошлый раз на него уходило больше бабла, чем я зарабатывал на дропе?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:48:32
>>41103599
True end.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:49:07
>>41103690
Не, он о том, что малокское оборудование изнашивается быстрее, нежели гаальское. На корпус это не распространяется.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:49:55
>>41103696
>а будут ли мне с его учетом платить больше за миссии?

Это же обаяние, а не торговля.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:50:20
>>41103599
Слава Роботам! Убить всех человеков!

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:50:40
>>41103767
Это я и имел ввиду же.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:50:46
Считайте, что ваш покорный слуга стал машиной.
Теперь просто послежу за тредом.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:52:46
Итоги года:
+11 000 кредитов
Сдано 20 нодов
Серьёзно проапгрейжено оборудование
Получено около 3500 единиц опыта
Занял 44/46 место в рейтинге рейнджеров

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:52:51
>>41103820
Там и торговля есть. Да, описание я заметил, но регулярно сталкиваюсь с тем, что у навыков есть какие-то неописанные бонусы к левой хуйне, вот и решил уточнить

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:53:08
>>41103599
И так можно? Охуеть.
неофит

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:54:09
>>41104025
>регулярно сталкиваюсь с тем, что у навыков есть какие-то неописанные бонусы к левой хуйне

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:56:18
>>41104123
На этот раз он от меня не уйдет.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:56:46
>>41104223

лоллировал.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:57:13
>>41104123
Это значит нет? Оки-доки-локи, беру ремонт. Ну мало ли...

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:57:14
>>41104283

Забавно.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:57:55
>>41104338
Нет, это значит, я решил, что что-то пропустил.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:58:17
>>41104363
Сейчас с каким?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 19:59:38
>>41104413
Вот эта безфорсажная срань, в которую ничего не лезет.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:00:13
>>41083845
Охуеть тут у вас, я заинтригован.
Если я начну со второй части, не очень сильно сюжет проебу?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:00:51
>>41104502
>275
>малок
Самому там не тесно?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:02:36
>>41104581
Он стартовый же. Я вон в первый месяц на оборону летал, только что бы от этого говна избавиться. Сейчас еще кредит возьму, ноды и микромодули продам и самое то новый корпус брать. Так какой?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:02:50
>>41104539
Ну сюжет, 300 лет прошло, то есть только история общая. Но первые они вроде как попроще, проще будет основы понять. Хотя, если ты не идиот, то думаю норм будет.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:02:50
Посоны, выложите кто-нибудь пропатченный по спермерку КР2 на rghost, а то на рутрекере раздачи закрыты копирайтерами, на других треккерах не зарегистрирован, из стима КР пропали, а коробочку с игрой от ссаного 1С я где-то проебал.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:03:01
>>41104539
Нет, они почти не связаны.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:03:19
Кстати могу остальные концовки доставить
>>41103599

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:04:39
>>41104679
Я бы, честно говоря, пеленга взял, ибо у него 5 пушек, есть места для артефактов, а генератор - так он на начальных этапах хуйню прибавляет. Если ты только с крутыми доминаторами не пиздишься часто.
А, ну и корпус прогрейдить обязательно надо будет.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:06:15
>>41104698
На руторе регистрации разве нужна?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:08:30
http://free-torrents.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=104649

А заливать как минимум полтора гига на rghost это совсем ебнуться надо.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:08:45
двач первый раз сел за игрушку и тут ебаны в рот попался такой квест, ума не приложу как его решить

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:09:04
>>41104816
Этот?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:11:12
>>41105088
На то и квест. Думать надо, с бумажкой и карандашом

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:11:22
>>41105114
да
Но вообще смотри, тебе не будет некомфортно без генератора? Если нет, то тогда верхний. Но у него артефактов же нет. А тут сразу пять пушек.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:11:37
Нет, я таки бог планетарок если зарашить в первые минуты не выходит, сливаю

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:12:14
>>41105308
Я же говорил тебе
А он мне не верил нахуй

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:13:06
>>41105308
Проходил карту, где по центру здоровый локатор, он вроде чем-то хуярит ещё, а вокруг него заводы терронов?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:15:46
>>41083845
Прием .... пшшш ... на связи корсар Гонорея 150% прозванный так за запущенную форму одноименного заболевания подхваченного на одной из людских планет от русской девушки Мани.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:16:10
>>41105288
Мне с прикидкой на будущее же нужно. Сейчас-то ни артефактов, ни генераторов, ни орудий нет. Ладно, возьму лягушку, авось дроид терронский справится.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:17:52
>>41105402
Ты про активацию ШИНДОВС?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:17:53
>>41105308
Забавно, а я обычно проходил ВСЕ планетарные битвы как шутан роботом с четырьмя ракетницами, миномётом, модулем на дальность стрельбы и антигравами, лишь иногда выходя из режима прямого управления роботом для постройки ещё пачки роботов, либо перемещением уже имеющихся с одной точки на другую. И ведь прокатывало!

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:17:52
>>41105666
Накатил очередной приступ необъяснимой паники ... пшшш-пш... пик отклеился, как слышно ... пшшш ... прием.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:18:12
Почему камуфляж в гипере не работает?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:18:37
>>41105892
А почему должен?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:19:46
>>41105892
До гипера даже военные со своим оборудованием дотянутся не могут, он там работать и не должен.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:19:57
>>41105937
Потому что даже если бы работал, мне все равно Келлера не убить. Но я надеялся хотя б на эффект ВНЕЗАПНОСТИ.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:22:52
>>41105854
Хуй знает. У меня получается зарашить какую-нибудь точку, потом ее удерживаю, соперник атакует и сливается. Потихоньку роботов подстраиваю, следующая точка и все по сути.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:23:15
>>41104025
Блджад, исследование черных дыр - мой конек, в третьей дропнулся пролонгер для локатора, на выходе застал клиссанские обломки тысячи на джве кредитов. Надо это отметить, а то как-то я трезветь начинаю.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:23:36
>>41105367
что ты мне говорил? А я не верил?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:24:02
>>41105088
Что-то не припомню такого квеста? У тебя ебаная революция? И за какаую расу играешь?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:24:02
>>41105699
Совсем забыл же.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:25:59
>>41106441

ЛолЮ это ты писал? или где такое почитать можно?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:28:09
ПОСОНЫ БРАТЬ? СЕЙЧАС НА 250, тоже весь открытый, малокский. Или бабло не тратить?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:28:27

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:29:46
>>41106801
Форсажки же нету.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:29:48
>>41106438

Это перезагрузка, квест, где нужно провести туристов по лабиринту минотавра не имея при себе карты.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:30:18
>>41106801
>Нет форсажа

Плохо

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:31:54
>>41106936
У меня соплонатор. 707 скорость и уже 800-е движки по 70 кг появились. Склоняюсь брать!?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:33:00
Где денег срубить по-быстрому в первый год?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:35:36
>>41107217
Берёшь обучалку, когда после привоза медикаментов тебе предлагают затариться техникой, затариваешься, возвращаешься к инструктору на планету, в правительство не заходишь, продаёшь технику, обратно на ту планету, опять затариваешься и т.д.
Ну или в тюрьму садись, там поднять довольно большие деньги можно.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:38:47
Вау,вас тут уже и вайпать пытались.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:40:00
После всего он мне ещё и компенсацию за причинённые неудобства выплатил.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:42:06
>>41107835
ПИЛИ!!!

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:42:24
>>41107835
Создавай.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:43:32
>>41107687
Ну выше же.

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:44:40
http://2ch.hk/b/res/41108166.html

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:44:49
>>41083845
Анон, как давно хиккач поднялся?

Суб 05 Янв 2013 20:52:27
>>41105088
1-15-5-2-6-13-8-3-9-13-11-12-4-14-7
1 минута и готово
4 квест небери


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