I’m sitting in my room right after work, nibbling on some pistachios, and an orange, flashing light attracts my eye. Curious, I open my skype and start viewing the many spam and useless chats I’ve been added too. First chat I come to is the all-powerful .net Speed Team chat. After catching up on over 900 messages I’ve missed it comes to my attention I totally missed out on the .net vs .us speed round!
Undefeated. Perfect. Potential. Three words that epitomize the .net speed team in their effort to become the best in TW. A 2-0 record so far in international practice rounds has hopes sky-high for the future. Words themselves can’t describe the opportunity we have before us. A record stands for nothing more than a reminder of success in the past. What matters now is the upcoming war; the fight for survival and victory at any cost.
A few days ago, the .net speed team took on the .de speed team in a practice round for the all-important TW Masters Speed Championships coming up. For speed players, this Championship could be the culmination of your successful career. To not be involved in an event like this would be social suicide.
Maybe it wouldn’t be that bad. You’d only miss out on the camaraderie, the thrill, the ultimate chance to rub victory in the face of your enemy thousands of miles away without ever leaving your chair…
When you put it that way, its hard to imagine why any prideful, “better than you” .net speed player would pass it up
I had the ultimate pleasure of talking to 2Hot2Handle aka Lisa for a blog issue that will be completely devoted to her involvement and devotion to the game we call TribalWars. Most of us commit a large amount of time playing the game. Many go so far as to pay for the added advantages we call premium and account manager. We’d do whatever we needed to get our fix.