Hudsynanybody want to take a guess as to who black swan black is going to have play in their next matches since they can just reach into their group of friends who have either invite experience or are likely capable of playing invite and play them because sandbagging is totally fair to other teams that have had minimal roster changes most of the seasonThis season and the last have seen the least sandbagging in open that I can remember. This Black Swan Black team is hardly that offensive or "unfair" as we saw tonight. And there are other teams in open this season with the ability to beat them in a match, yours probably included if you don't drop 6 ubers again.
Basically what I'm getting at is that if you want to get better as a player and as a team, you must show no fear just because of the names on their roster. Don't blame the other team for doing whatever they did to win, look at why you lost. Then come back in playoffs when it matters and if you want to be the best, then you gotta beat the best.
I definitely feel like I've gotten better individually since that match. I'm not even going to deny or try and play off the fact that I singlehandely lost my team that match, due to the reason mentioned above. Sometimes you just need to hit rock bottom to build yourself a new foundation to reach even higher peaks.
That being said, I think someone had to speak out about this eventually, and tery_ phrased it perfectly IMO.
Tery_I mean they lost the match. They can be beat. Though I do have to say, blatantly changing players / upgrading mid-match is kind of a lame thing to do.