Flagrun.me Tournament Results

Congratulations to all winners!

1 vs 1 Efficctf

1. Honzik1

2. Frosty

3. Akari

3 vs 3 Efficctf

1.|RB|

2. vaQ’

3. .rC|


Brackets & Screenshots: click me

For more information visit their website, flagrun.me


One of the organizers, Honzik, also had to say a few words:

Thanks everyone for coming and participating!

 

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10 Comments

  1. Suicizer

    For those who might be more interested in getting skilled at trickjumping (and thus flagrunning), there are several tutorial-practice maps to learn and improve in that particular skill.
    It furthermore shows off the limits of what jumps are actually possible by using weapons next to jumping when navigating trough a map.

    Tricking Space
    http://quadropolis.us/node/3840

    Sauerpower
    http://quadropolis.us/node/2566

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    1. Suicizer

      You should have known that flagrunning on a competitive level is more than just hopping from 1 base to another.
      That’s where trickjumping appears on the scene.

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      1. swatllama

        HE’S FUCKING SAYING THAT YOU CAN PRACTICE THE TRICKJUMPS ON THE MAP GODFUCKING DMAN IT I’M GONNA SLAP THE PISS OUTTA YOU AND SHOVE MY FOOT UP YOUR ASS.

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      2. Acuerta

        You know nothing about trickjumping, Jon Snow.
        – Suigrittecizer

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      3. Suicizer

        Perhaps when the person knows all possibilities with trickjuming and is capable to perform them, then it would be not useful to practice on such maps as the particular person knows it any way.
        If you’re not that familiar with trickjumping, then you can’t have the insight to know the possibilities to get that flag at the other base as fast as possible.

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