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"I have more than enough %#*&ing grounds to judge you, however. How the %#*& else am I suppose to judge you online besides what you type? You want me to call you up and learn more about your personal life? What the %#*&, don't bitch because everything you type looks as if you slammed your cock on the keyboard..." - The..Scarab
Report Rating: 6.7, # of Ratings: 3, Max: 7, Min: 6 Lifetime Rating for Greth: 6.6667
So here I am.
I've been lurking this website for roughly 5 years. Most of the time I
just read reports without even leaving a comment. When I did it was usually
to compete in the infinite competition of "being the last". Ahh the memories.
But now I am ready to make a fool of myself in a way that is worthy of
battlereports.com. I will follow the bandwagon that the great Psyonic_Reaver
as built for us. I will rape what is left of the reporting tradition. I will
make a bland black and white text that most people will simply skip, and I
shall imbed tacky looking Web2.0 crap into the battered face of this once
Yes Dagomar and gentlemen. I HAVE MADE A VIDEO REPORT!
BUT WAIT! THERE IS MORE! I AM ALSO USING CAPS!
Plus I've not chosen to make a 1337 Pro league game the subject of my heresy. I have chosen to most despicable game I have played in a very long time.
Three players, incapable of remembering even the simplest of build-orders and unit shortcuts, battle it out in a three way FFA.
The replay is utterly painful to watch. It was so painful that it even got pruned out of the br.com replay archives.
Now imagine this report being narrated by a hopelessly bored Belgian, attempting to maintain a posh British accent.
This report is not for the easily distracted. It will be tough.
Go now, and be entertained!
(it might look like there are 6 sections. But I fucked up with VobSub. They aren't all 10 minutes, so don't worry.)
(Zeven, acht, negen, tien, congratz you can count to ten in Dutch!)