BFC Hall of FameRockethoe - RocketOther Names:
SOR, MoH, LSJ, ELAchievements:Awards
First Team All-BFC Seasons 1-3Bio:
ShotDown - GruntOther Names:
CrapGamer wrote:RH has a 45-1 clan record for MOH, RH was a 2 time allstar Rocket, though he never actually got to play. RH was the swbf2 division leader for MOH, he is a Clan leader in MOH right now. I built strategies around him/ You could use him solo where normally you'd need 2 or 3 people. RH Was most likely the best match time rocket during the BFC's existence. He was thelargest reason why MOH Was so dominant on SWBF2.
WhirlwindNotable Past Clans:
MoH, LSJ, EL, AoNAchievements: Awards
Second Team All-BFC Seasons 1-3
First Team All-BFC Seasons 4-6Bio:
IcemaN - Sniper/RocketOther Names:
Scarz wrote:The game has seen many faces of great players through it’s nearly 10 years of action. Though, through all of these faces there are only a select few that truly define a specific class in which they play. Shotdown was one of these players. Shotty has stood the test of time as far as his skill level. I personally can’t even understand how this guy after all these years still manages to keep up in the competition. Whenever i think of the grunt class there’s only a select few i truly do respect, Shotty is one of them. I still remember us doing a friendly 1v1 one time in the LSJ server, he was away from the game for a while and I being basically one of the top grunts in the BFC at the time. He ended up beating me and i just couldn't believe this guy was that good. I look forward every time i match up against Shotty in matches these days. You just don’t see good grunts anymore and I love the competition he brings. No matter what team or clan he is on, he brings a defining winning edge for them.
In my personal opinion Shotdown is one of if not the best grunt the game has ever seen. I have nothing but respect for the guy.
Panik, NovakNotable Clans:
MoH, COS, DD, FEARAchievements:Awards:
Grunt Tournament #2 MVP
First Team All-BFC Seasons 4-6
First Team All-BFC seasons 7-9Bio:
Destroyer* wrote:He's still the only guy I know who plays a championship match with a broken thumb haha! I will definitely have things to add shortly. [MORE COMING SOON]
Mike wrote:Iceman has had a profound effect on my SWBF2 career. This influence started when I would see him play in the DD and .Com servers. He would frequently be destroying players in there, I'll never forget the one time on Yavin 4 with his sniper, he was un-killable... but performances like that in those servers are not why Iceman is in the Hall of Fame. Rather, he is listed here because of the amazing things he has done in matches and what he contributes to a team.
Seeing his prowess on the game played a role in me deciding to join FEAR. I had heard that he helped FEAR in winning the Season 6 Championship and I was excited to join up with him and the other amazingly talented players in FEAR. I learned quite a bit more about Iceman once I teamed up with him... for example when playing with Iceman you have to be on the lookout for his rockets whizzing by your shoulder to kill the person you were fighting. This takes some getting used to and I was worried he would TK me or other teammates when I first experienced him doing this. I later came to trust him completely (its still scary though) as he never teamkilled me in a clan match with one of these rockets. Because of this I have termed a rocket which comes out of nowhere, narrowly misses you, and kills the person you were fighting, "Iceman Rockets".
I also learned about his ability to lead others while I was in FEAR. Back in 2011 on PS2 mic with him during ladder matches, he knew when it was the right time to be a serious leader and when it was time to crack a joke. This was perfect for creating team chemistry during battles, and when his mic broke towards the end of Season 7 and he could only listen, you really felt the impact of losing his voice and guidance. But even when he could not speak he still made my jaw drop with his actions...
Another Iceman moment I will never forget. During the Season 7 Championship against LSJ on Tantive IV, Iceman and I were both coming into base 4 from the large door on the three side. LAK was on top of base 4. Iceman, right in front of me, rolls forward, looks up, and bodies LAK off the top of base 4. It looked amazing because my perspective was right behind him. I couldn't believe it.
Years later Iceman and I unfortunately wound up on different teams. During the summer of 2014 Iceman played for R. In my opinion Iceman changed the culture of that clan. I don't know everything about the situation, but I believe he is the one who made them extremely competitive both with his talent on the game and his leadership off it. I had many great close five map battles with him during that summer and that summer added many more moments to my list of unforgettable ones. One in particular was his damage reduction Wookie running through my entire team to clinch a 5th map on Death Star CTF.
Lastly Iceman also greatly inspired how I personally play sniper. If there is one person that comes closest to how I play it, its him. He and I play it very similarly (screw lock on, positioning and prediction are key) and once I played it with him I borrowed from his style as mine was developing. The key trademark is his ability to kill you IMMEDIATELY when you leave cover. If you come around a corner intending to shoot first, its just not going to happen against him. I don't know if he predicts when a player will move or if he reacts to it, but its quite extraordinary. No other player does this specific thing the way he does.
All in all, I view this player as a legend and friend whom I greatly respect, only a select few are on the same level.
Fun fact: Iceman invented throwing mines very far
BFC Hall of FameLAK - RocketOther Names:
Vortex wrote:When I first became competitive on Star Wars Battlefront 2, Iceman was one of the first names I heard praised repetedly by players over the mic and on chats. After I became more aware of the game's history, I started to admire one clan in particular: FEAR. Almost everyone I talked to seemed to believe it had been one of best clans of all time, thanks to players like Iceman, Destroyer, Acid, Killak, etc. When I joined my first competitive clan, Ruthless, Iceman and all of the FEAR players were gone, but the legacy they had left behind was legendary.
A few months before the BFC season 9 started, Iceman came back from exile and I was hyped to meet him. He joined the Ruthless clan and I began to get to know him. He proved to be by far the best player in our clan and after a few weeks, he began to take a leadership role in the clan. As we were preparing for the BFC season, Iceman decided to take our relationship to the next level, and he began training me. I recall quite a few times when he got Destroyer on and they would 2v1 me, it was great to learn from the best, even though my pride would get crushed every time. It was through those long hours of ruthless training when I realized that Iceman wasn't only a true legend who went beyond my expactations and defied my calculated strategy on the game, he was also a cool dude. We played many matches together and it was the most fun I have had on this game to this day. Though he is considered to be one of the best players of all time, I think he is much more than that. He is a great leader, a great master, a great strategist, and a good friend. His skill has proven to withstand the test of time, which is even more admirable.
LSJ, AoNAchievements: Awards:
Grunt Tournament #1 MVPBio:
Acid - EngineerOther Names:
TLuck wrote:Never before has there been such a combination of an undying will to win and the rage of a rampaging bear. LAK is a winner. Not a winner like Tim Tebow is a "winner" but a winner who actually wins. LAK's run through the end of season 10 and in the season 10 playoffs will go down as one of the most impressive single player performances in BFC history. LAK has a special way with people I will never understand. It takes a special individual to command so much respect that he gets away with using anger as a motivational tactic. His ability to motivate his clan members into practicing and improving is second to none; his leadership has no doubt led to several championships. The BFC's history would be very different without LAK.
IcemaNovak wrote:Starting a SWBF2 career has never been easy bouncing through servers trying to make a name for yourself, but this one pub-star never had an issue. Long before he joined the BFC, Acid was a name almost everyone knew. One of the deadliest TD Off players to ever play the game. Acid rose to super-stardom when he formed the clan FEAR with Destroyer and I. He helped lead them to one of the most dominating performances of any clan in BFC history, going undefeated in season 6 and winning the Championship. Since joining the BFC, Acid has multiple tournament wins and championships under his belt with FEAR and DD.