Good early morning, Prandel population!
I know, I know I haven't posted in a long time, due to the fact that all I've been doing is very boring really. I'm not grinding for levels at the moment, but for origin pieces but that is for another post.
This post is about our really fun GvG against Twilight, and I must say I was once again nervous about entering this GvG. Does that nervousness ever go away, readers? That slight sense of unknown and excitement, going into battle with you brethren at your backs, your enemies in their places, and your heart races just a bit as the flood gates open. Maybe it dissipates after the constant harrowing battles, but to be honest, I hope it never goes away. It makes it just that much more exciting and that much more memorable.
We had a much larger turn out this time around, though the other side also brought along a nice bit of people, and it was interesting seeing the difference between maneuvering a small, tight-knit group and coordinating with two larger groups, and how you have to adjust your strategy accordingly.
I did not record it, since my connection has been a bit laggy lately, and I didn't want that to be another factor in dying. Luckily, Prii showed up mid-battle to help her guild and she got at least her point of view on most of the GvG.
Thank you Prii for recording and uploading this to YouTube.
Though our name is "Ichigo" not "Ichiego".
As you can see, it was an interesting GvG, even if Prii sped it up and edited some of it out, haha. There were also a number of heavy hitters and big names there, so it was challenging as well. In the end, we ended up with this score.
I can say, the only person to kill me was Prii, so not too shabby on my part, though there were quite a few scares from other toons, and I'm sure the only things that saved me from them were full healing potions, panacea and a bit of running,
Also, with much deliberation and thought, I think I have found a way to counter her bottle throw, but we won't know until next GvG! So we should GvG again real soon, because it was a lot of fun and I'm really beginning to see why GvG can be so addicting.
Until next time and next GvG, have fun, good luck, and happy hunting!