BFC Hall of FameKillaK - GruntOther Names:
NoneNotable Past Clans:
FEAR, MOC, AoNAchievements:Awards:
Grunt Tournament #3 MVP
Second Team All-BFC Seasons 7-9Bio:
IcemaNovak wrote:KillaK was one of those players who arrived in the community and was instantly a star. He first came to the BFC as FEAR's starting grunt in season 6. No one, including FEAR, had any idea the impact he would lay out for seasons to come. He was a major factor in an undefeated season and championship win for FEAR, along with multiple grunt tournament wins. KillaK has gone on to win another championship with AoN and is one of the best grunts to ever play in the BFC.
Stern - Contributor/SniperOther Names:
TLuck wrote:While not an intimidating presence on mic, KillaK was an excellent team player. He was also a great opponent; he was always respectful to the other team even to the point of complimenting their skills if they killed him. That kind of respect is rare these days. I know of very few players who can pick up any class and play it at a high level like KillaK can. Not only is his grunt among the greatest of all time, his rocket is elite, and his sniper and engineer are above average. He may not be the most consistent grunt in the BFC, but I don't know any others who can put up flawless Mustafar games and carry entire maps on his own.
Spitfire, StealthNotable Past Clans:
LDS, DD, AOD, FOF, FE, MOC, AoN, LSJ, BOT, R, AA, STRNotable Classes:
Third Team All-BFC Seasons 7-9Bio:
A-Hole - RocketOther Names:
TLuck wrote:Stern is one of the most important figures in BFC history. This guy was never one of those people who joined a team because he knew they could win; instead Stern went out of his way to join a clan who needed a good player. Not only did he do this, but he improved each of these teams and became a leader in the majority of them. All of that hard work finally came to fruition in Season 10 when Stern won the championship with me in AoN, he then did the same with LSJ in Season 11 to win two straight championships. He always was the first to comment on something that could be done better within the community and always offered his support as a staff member or streamer. He is one of the best snipers the BFC has ever seen and his contributions to the community will never be forgotten.
Season 8 Playoffs MVP
First Team All-BFC Seasons 7-9Bio:
Dyablo - EngineerOther Names:
TLuck wrote:A-Hole is undeniably one the greatest clan leaders of all time and certainly in the discussion as one of the most talented players in the BFC’s history. He came into the BFC in season 7, BOT’s first season as a conquest team, and after a lackluster season promised to be back as a top team the next year. A-Hole kept to his word and led BOT to their first BFC championship in season 8. Not the type to keep quiet about his victories, A-Hole vowed to lead BOT to their second consecutive championship in season 9, something that had never been done before. Again he lived up to that promise, as BOT ran a devastating path through any and all competition in 2013 en route to the season 9 title.
A-Hole may have never been the best player on those championship teams, but his leadership and ability to consistently put up playoff performances season after season with different rosters each time cannot go unnoticed. Even now with less of a team around him, you can still count on him to be a dominating defending those important base. With A-Hole in the lineup, you can never count BOT out.
STR, BOTNotable Class:
(and playoffs MVP)
First Team All-BFC Seasons 7-9Bio:
A-Hole wrote:This guy became the best engy in the game. I knew him for a year before he joined BOT. We played almost every night, but the sad part was that he was in STR while I was in BOT. One day we were talking and we decided to do a mix scrim. Since I was a team captain of the mix, I chose Dyablo to be my first pick. We played on the same team and I realized that we worked well together. His main class was sniper at the time. The time that Fett (our main engy) started to go inactive, we needed a new addition to the BOT main lineup and I figured that Dyablo would make a great main engineer to take over Fetts spot. There was no point in Dyablo sniping for us since we had the godly BioStorm. We (Fett_131, Biostorm, Crypt, and I) started to train Dyablo. His shots were already good due to playing sniper, but we wanted more then a good shot. We all pitched in our own training methods to show Dyablo the effective ways to kill a rocket, engy, sniper, and grunt. After a while of forcing Dyablo to play only engineer, he managed to be one of the top engys (season 8). This wasn't good enough for him. He wanted to become the best engineer of all time. Season, 8 ended (BOT Won) and season 9 was coming up. My new goal was to have BOT be the first clan to get a 2peat. I set my new game plan around Dyablo for season 9. I was confident enough in Dyablo to take on anyone while Dyablo was determined to rarely die after getting awards. There was no point in me going all-out since he could take on a 1v4. After winning season 9, Dyablo and I both achieved our new goals. Some would say he was the best engy of all time, me being one of them. He communicated, shutdown the enemy's engineer, and was a great teammate overall. In Dyablo BOT trusts.