BFC Hall of FameBioStorm - SniperOther Names:
LDS, LSJ, BOTAchievements:Awards:
Season 8 MVP
Third Team All-BFC Seasons 7-9Bio:
Pimp - SniperOther Names:
A-Hole wrote:Here’s to my left hand man. He joined BOT in 2012 and wanted nothing but to improve the clan. He and I played with each other (no homo) 2 years before he even joined BOT. I met him in 2010 through LAK, while LAK was training me in jedi. Later on, I started playing conquest. I wanted to play in the BFC, but I needed a team of people who wanted to win it. Season 7 started, and Biostorm was in LSJ. He and I were playing in public servers almost every day. At the time, BOT’s first season in the BFC was terrible (we went 6-13). Season 8 was coming up. I wanted to prove that as the underdogs, we can win it. So before season 8 started, I wanted to recruit someone into BOT who happens to have won a season. Since I was cool with Bio, he ended up joining BOT to help us achieve that goal. He showed Fett, Crypt, and I a few tricks when it comes to battles. After season 8 ended, he was awarded Season 8 MVP. No other sniper in the history of the BFC has done that. He showed us what it takes to be a team. Bryce is a straight forward kind of guy. He will tell you to shut up when you need to shut up. He will not say shit behind your back, he rather piss you off just to see you struggle. At the end of the day, he gets the job done. It’s as if he just joined the clan, yet it has been couple years now. The drama drops and the comedy starts with TheBadGuy.
Too manyNotable Clans:
LSJ, BOTNotable Class:
Second Team All-BFC Seasons 4-6
First Team All-BFC Seasons 7-9Bio:
Kratos wrote:The sniper rifle in the right hands is the most terrifying, amazing and downright disgusting thing in SWBF2. Prior to the BFC’s existence, there were legendary snipers who could single-handedly carry an entire team. There are many stories of these old iconic players that are still being talked about to this day. There were tales that would describe a sniper being able to get five kills in five shots. The magnificent display of an elite sniper was one that everyone could not help but to appreciate.
The grand tales of old may be exaggerated. But there was one person in the BFC era who made you question that perhaps they might have been true. The man who made it seem that a sniper could achieve anything was $$PIMP$$. Undoubtedly, he was the most electrifying player in the BFC era. Whenever he appeared on the map, it was like lightning striking down. Absurd quickness combined with unbelievable accuracy made for the deadliest combination that could destroy any player in an instant. If you blinked, you were dead.
The greatest display his sniper has ever put forth would have to be map eleven versus FEAR. When all the chips were down on Death Star CTF, he played the best any sniper has ever played. It was as if the immense pressure did not exist for him. His focus was razor sharp and unfaltering. Bodies plopped to the ground one after the other. Players of FEAR could not even move an inch without feeling the intense killing intent of his sniper. In the end, he ended up racking eighty-two kills to ensure that LSJ was lifted to victory in the season seven championship.
While the Engineer will always be the most overpowered class, the sniper will always have the potential to take over a game. And when $$PIMP$$ does take over, you might as well drop your controller and walk away if you are on the opposite team.
In terms of who $$PIMP$$ is most similar to in professional sports, I’d have to venture out to say he would be the most like Randy Moss. Both were electrifying and explosive. It was a nightmare to have to match up against either of them. You knew that if they got in the zone, your chances of winning dropped to near zero. Above all else, their dominance was a spectacular thing to watch. $$PIMP$$’s or Randy Moss’ greatness will never be replicated.