This video is a collection of some of my favorite moments in P2P wilderness culminating in one of the best trips i've ever attended. Apex, that was incredible.
NORMA JEAN - IV. The Nexus
I think it goes without saying that the PvP element of this game is undoubtedly unique. There is no feeling quite like that which pure clanning brings in both engagement and community. For all the clans' differences and disputes, we all undoubtedly love this game.
With that said, it is my time to leave. After 3+ years of dedication, event after event, weekend after weekend, i'm calling it quits on my own terms. The disconnect between what I want to do with my time, and what I must do with my time is too great - the great line defined. I don't feel done as a player, or a leader despite this fact. It will have to do.
During my time playing I've had the pleasure of being a part of multiple communities, each of them full of players and people that I would have never had the opportunity or circumstance to likely meet otherwise. There are too many homies and too many shooters across too many clans to name them all - despite, this I cannot give enough thanks to all of you for giving me a reason to log in and kill clans with you or against you, matched or the wilderness. You know who you are.
To all Apex members: My resignation will not stop the rise - you will continue to be a dominant force in P2P matched play, the tools and raw talent in here is unreal, and yet to be fully realized. The last six months has been an accomplishment beyond measure in recent history, the P2P Matched Crown remains yours. 97(!!!) in TS today - Clans like ours and IR will be the future moving forward. Get crabbin'.
From a 2k15 clanner to 6 months undefeated P2P. Not bad for a kid who rapped for Elite in TLP.
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