Team Master Theory invited the TTL Gunslingers to the virtual battlefields of Halo 3 to participate in their version of the scientific method. The match was set. The maps were selected. The gametypes were chosen. The aim of this grand experiment was to see if they had game, and if it was good…
Long time allies Fallen Unity took it upon themselves to throw down the gauntlet. What did we say in return? Bring it! Check out TTL Bunny’s write-up on the challenge with the folks from FU.
Want to see a competitive crew? There is none of the likes of the Swat Krue Marines. The Gunslingers had a first glimpse of SK when they were involved with the SBG BTB Invitational Tournament. While they were on the other half of the bracket from TTL, we could tell they were making waves from their appearance in the semi-finals. Since the tournament has been over, they have wanted a chance to fight against us. Their wish is our command and we gladly let this challenge take center stage.
It is always good to meet our allies on the field of battle. This time TTL clashed with the gamers of C1nder for a series of good games.
Interview with TTL Demag0gue
Dem is a long time member of Tied the Leader (Member since July 25, 2006).
I was excited to do this interview as there is more to TTL Demagogue than just gaming.
~Enjoy the interview~
Yea they make podcast for the Halo nation, but they also have Halo players! The recreational crew at Podtacular came to TTL to show us how to have some Sunday fun and get a new fight in the books with some old friends.
Galactic Brotherhood stopped into Mid-World, and brought some fightin’ words with them. Halo was their game, and they aimed to thrill! Check out Oboe’s write up for the details.
Buddy System Gaming (BSG) recently came a knockin’, and they were bringin’ heat. Call of Duty 4 was their game of choice; a five match, 7 on 7, recreational good-timer.
The road through The SBG Tournament was a tough haul. Some of the most dedicated clans in the Halo Nation had lined up to claim a cash prize – intended to support the operations of their respective states. Plans were hatched. Guns were drawn. Matches were set. In the end, Tied the Leader claimed the purse for the Foundation.
You might know the fine folks from Arm The Flag more from their machinima than from their matchmaking. But as we returned from our summer challenge hiatus we knew that this match up wasn’t going to be with pampered movie stars. Arm The Flag asked us if we felt lucky, and then showed us why they are not punks.