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PvP Predictors Propose Predictions

Posted by Keith Cross on Jan 25, 2008  | Comments

PvP Predictors Propose Predictions -

Last week ArenaNet put the word out that they were looking for player's with the skills to become PvP predictors.  Now, the predictors have been chosen and they have made their predictions for this month's tournament.

You've seen the Xunlai predictions our writers made for past tournaments. More recently, we asked you to show off your own prowess at prognostication. And you answered. From the submissions we got, we gathered several likely PvP Predictors and published their results below.

Predictor: Prophet Jakal


  1. Dark Alley [dR]
    With players from famed American guilds [QQ] and [iQ], these players have ample tournament experience. Unfortunately they haven't been able to show this because of connection problems that have been plaguing them, including a last minute error that forced them to forfeit last month's tournament. If their connection is stable, expect [dR] to give a performance equal to their rank on the ladder.
  2. Close Encounter [cE]
    A guild reform including people from both [EW] and [vZ], I expect them to give any guild in the tournament a run for their money, especially if they are on top of their game. I expect them to easily deal with the Japanese split-oriented builds, but falter against [dR] whom they will have little experience facing.
  3. Supernova Jpn [SpNv]
    [SpNv] has proven time and time again that they can play with the best of them. Not only has [SpNv] been around for a very long time, but they have finished in the top 16 (seven times) in the $100,000 Tournament Series including 2nd, 3rd, and 4th place finishes. Expect them to breeze through the Swiss rounds, but fight with lag and teams more capable of facing their play style.

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