I filmed my war hits for the first time (it was Crew vs Crew so we were sharing)
I’ve watched back the matches and 2 were slam dunk wins right from the off…I went Mono, got the godlike start, game over.
1 was what I’d call 50/50 and I’d have probably won anyway but I did have to manipulate the board a touch.
Then there was 2 wins I really had to scrap to get. One was my blue mono against a green tank and it had a horrid start. Watching it back I could see I was doing what I would normally do and trying to clear the board as fast and efficiently as possible to try and bring in blues. I got a little lucky but I was surprised at how much manipulation I actually had to do. I don’t really recall that from the time oddly…I knew I’d worked hard for it but actually had to work a lot harder then thought.
Final win same again with yellow, had to try and work the board and had a bit of early luck, then a barron spell and then brought it back.
Final game was my only loss and I had a much weaker but all red mono that can still do a job with a bit of luck and good play. Unfortunately didn’t get all the luck and only managed to drop the tank.
However…and this surprised me…Watching it back nothing really jumped out at me as something I’d do different. The wins were all as good as I could have played them and the loss was a loss irrespective.
It’s makes me wonder how many people actually record and watch the games back before they come on to vent???
Because the 2 games I really fought hard on were loses if I played it differently. The blue especially so as that was a horror of a start.