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  1. Clan Europe -vs- Silent Ember We had no wars planned this week and hadn't fought SE for a while so with the help of Jelle and Khalid I approached Tika. Matched Ops x3, Turrets - Center Bounds x3 Ring Charging IS Allowed, Dungeoneering IS Allowed in R2 and R3, Corrupt Dragon NOT Allowed, North Attacks x3. With all 3 of the different maintstream wars we knew SE was gonna be tough to beat. Round 1: All Styles - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 99 (cut from 105) SE Starting Ops: 99 We started fairly strongly and gradually opened up a 4ish man lead. In the latter parts of the war, SE started to claw it back. Luckily the gap we'd made earlier was too big to overcome and SE left CC. CE Ending Kills: 63 SE Ending Kills: 0 Matched: Melee Binds & Range - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 102 (cut from 108) SE Starting Ops: 102 We spawned North again and rushed SE's DD. Both clans started fairly evenly until our massive KO power kicked in and we started KOing a lot of SE's members giving us a strong ending. CE Ending Ops: 75 SE Ending Ops: 0 Matched: Melee Binds - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 108 SE Starting Ops: 108 (cut from 114) Both sides had similar levels and amounts of DG. We dropped our first pile a lot quicker than SE who got tanked for a fair while. From there it was neck and neck until G0ld unfortunately DCed and SE got an easy kill putting us one man behind. However with specfic use of snipers we managed to kill off the binders who had little food and prayer, in addition to a KO in robes, giving us a 3 man lead at 19-16. From there, SE began to mass snipe killing 2 but we countered it and finished the rest off. CE Ending Ops: 51 SE Ending Ops: 0 Thanks SE, always a pleasure. Next time we'll do a CWRI and Matched or something. Even though the MB war was a bit boring, they are always useful in getting people to do basics right. If you're interested in any CWA fight with CE, join #CE, PM any HalfOp+ or /msg HAR. Thanks; [email protected]~
  2. Clan Europe -vs- Aces of War BATTLE FOR TEAM CAPE 17 V0lga managed to get us a couple of wars against AoW. 30min CWRI - Matched Ops x2, Turrets - Center Bounds x2 Ring Charging IS Allowed, Dungeoneering IS Allowed in R1 and R3, Corrupt Dragon NOT Allowed, Rush On Sight, North Attacks, Reverse. We've never fought AoW before due to such a difference in timezones. We'd seen AoW beat some decent opponents and were looking forward to this. 30min CWRI: All Styles - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 105 AoW Starting Ops: 93 Both clans had pretty even pulls and by the time we met at the center, we were matched at roughly 105 each. Our KO power was quite poor, while we had some good KO sprees, we also had stages where people in full rune and no prayer would tank us. Luckily, we performed a bit better than AoW, got a 10 man lead fairly early on and kept that for the rest of the fight. CE Ending Kills: 85 AoW Ending Kills: 73 Matched: All Styles - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 99 AoW Starting Ops: 99 (cut from 102) Our pulls were equal again. We decided to, as great caller Tika would call it, "Ninja" our opponent. We started taking down AoW members very quickly while Blackwood had a cracking first tank, outtanking 3 kills. From there, the result was already decided and we kept our momentum up till AoW left CC. CE Ending Ops: 75 AoW Ending Ops: 0 Matched: Melee Binds & Range - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 78 AoW Starting Ops: 78 Mid-way through R2 we decided on R3, hence the slightly lower pulls. AoW had a series of DC's down to 26 people which we matched. They started extremely well 1banging their first target while a few of ours tanked. We started to regain control when our styles kicked in and we started taking down AoW members faster than the reverse. We focused on their binders and once they had no binds, they left CC. CE Ending Ops: 51 AoW Ending Ops: 0 Thanks for the fights AoW, every round was clean and challenging. It was a pleasure to fight you guys, I hope we can do more in the future. If you're interested in any CWA fight with CE, join #CE, PM any HalfOp+ or /msg HAR. Thanks; [email protected]~
  3. Clan Europe -vs- Legends Never Die Khalid and Phil got together and set up a series of wars. Matched Ops x3, Classic Map - Center Bounds, Ring Charging IS Allowed, Dungeoneering IS Allowed, Corrupt Dragon NOT Allowed, North Spawn Attacks, Reverse, North Attacks. This is the first time we've fought LND since they've reopened and we were looking forward to it - LND always used to give us fun, clean and challenging fights. R1: All Styles - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 90 (cut from 105) LND Starting Ops: 90 Both clans had a good pull. We spawned North but made a shambles of our approach. It didn't matter, our styles were strong where as LND's were weaker which allowed us to tank their pile and KO most of ours. We ended strongly with 4 casualties. CE Ending Ops: 78 LND Ending Ops: 0 R2: All Styles - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 90 (cut from 105) LND Starting Ops: 90 We both maintained our pulls. We set up a dance and awaited their rush. This round was a lot more even. LND seemed to have better styles and kept it level for a larger portion of the war until we got a few KOs allowing us to take a lead and never relinquish it. CE Ending Ops: 60 LND Ending Ops: 0 R3: Melee Binds & Range - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 87 LND Starting Ops: 87 Midway through R2 we asked Phil if he'd like a R3, to which he agreed. Again, both sides had even pulls. We spawned North and attacked quickly disorganizing LND. However they had another set of good styles which allowed them to keep up their kill speed. However our strong start and equally strong styles and tanking allowed us to take a lead and keep it. CE Ending Ops: 66 LND Ending Ops: 0 Thanks LND, always a pleasure to fight you guys. Nice to see you guys up and running again, we look forward to more wars in the future. If you're interested in any CWA fight with CE, join #CE, PM any HalfOp+ or /msg HAR. Thanks; [email protected]~
  4. Best of all time was probably Adelais. I still remember some of their better sigs. EoS has taken over since, RoT's "this is why I'm RoT" sigs have always been unique. Commenting on my own clan's media, I'd say we're as proffesional as we can be when it comes to tops, sigs and videos.
  5. I think a lot of people would just like some sort of hint as to when the tournament will be held - as in, next week, next month, winter time etc. Still looking forward to this.
  6. Long overdue, well done Kevin.
  7. Depends on the time, an early war TR may have an edge but a later, EST based war, DF will have it.
  8. Clan Europe -vs- Natural Born Killers Ferg approached SaphroN for their first TWR war, Matched Ops x2, Classic Map - Center Bounds, Ring Charging IS Allowed, Dungeoneering IS NOT Allowed, Corrupt Dragon IS NOT Allowed, North Spawn Attacks & reverse. We have, and currently do, share quite a few members with NBK so we knew they would be a tough opponent. Round 1: All Styles - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 60 NBK Starting Ops: 45 We cut down from roughly 29, thanks to all who did. It started with NBK killing their target slightly faster than we did. After that we either got a DC or a KO and were 1 behind. We started to use our level advantage and take out some of NBK's lower levels and evened things out at roughly 16-16. From there we finished off their last few blasters and finished off. CE Ending Ops: 51 NBK Ending Ops: 0 Round 2: Melee, Binds & Range - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 63 NBK Starting Ops: 63 NBK managed to get another person and we dropped from 28ish to match. This time, we had a very good set of styles and were able to KO almost every target while our members tanked extremely well. After a solid start we only extended the gap and managed to take down the remaining NBK members before they could kill Vornollo, who was out of food. CE Ending Ops: 57 NBK Ending Ops: 0 Thanks for the fight NBK, considering the levels etc I thought you did really well. Thanks for the fights and we look forward to any future wars with you guys - best of luck with future TWR also. If you're interested in any CWA fight with CE, join #CE or /msg HAR. Thanks; [email protected]~
  9. Jagex have mentioned they plan for a Jagex Cup again this summer so I'm not sure whether the staff will want that clash. I imagine the Autumn time is still open though.
  10. Was fun, thanks for the fight DF. We were told in TS that you guys had only had a 1 day prep for this CWA war ... and then 5 minutes later we were told you had 50 10mins into the mass, quite a few gigglz from that. Impressive stuff, nice pull =)
  11. Very interesting, good to see you're also joining TWR to liven things up a bit =) Welcome and good luck.
  12. Our system is fairly simple but we still manage to catch out the morons before they are fully let in.
  13. Clan Europe -vs- Team TKO Blitz SaphroN approached Mike for a war with TKO, Matched Ops x2, Classic Map - Center Bounds, Ring Charging IS Allowed, Dungeoneering IS Allowed R1 only, Corrupt Dragon IS Allowed R2 only, North Spawn Attacks & reverse. TKO always give us challenging fights, we looked forward to these wars. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lumRUIt83ks Round 1: All Styles - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 90 TKO Starting Ops: 90 TKO spawned north and cut down to match us. It was fairly even with both sides having some good tanks until it got to the 24-23 mark where CE took a lead and managed to hold on. CE started to slowly kill our targets faster as TKO's last blasters were taken until they left CC. CE Ending Ops: 51 TKO Ending Ops: 0 Round 2: All Styles - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 90 TKO Starting Ops: 90 Again, TKO dropped from roughly 37 to match us, luckily we didn't lose any numbers. Round 2 was a lot closer. CE took a small lead towards the start which held for a while. TKO caught this lead and actually took their own 1 man lead with some good piles until CE managed to wrestle it back one last time, by which point TKO wasn't able to recover leaving CE victorious. CE Ending Ops: 39 TKO Ending Ops: 0 Thanks for the fights TKO, always a pleasure. If you're interested in any CWA fight with CE, join #CE or /msg HAR. Thanks; [email protected]~
  14. Hide yo kids and hide yo wives <3: Welcome welcome.
  15. Clan Europe -vs- Runescape Dinasty I approached Scottien for a set of matched ops since we hadn't fought in quite a while: Matched Ops x2, Classic Map - Center Bounds, Ring Charging IS Allowed, Dungeoneering IS Allowed, Corrupt Dragon NOT Allowed, North Spawn Attacks & reverse. We hadn't fought RSD for a long time in matched ops since most of our past wars over the recent months had been CWRIs so we were looking forward to these challenges. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKhiHEJUDow Round 1: All Styles - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 135 RSD Starting Ops: 135 CE spawned north, waited for RSD to cut down from 48 and prepared to attack. The war started even with the lead swaying from side to side but after getting a few KOs in a row, CE took a lead and managed to hold onto it with some good tanking. We continued to take their blast/binders and with no binds, RSD left CC. CE Ending Ops: 90 RSD Ending Ops: 0 Round 2: Melee, Binds & Range - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 123 RSD Starting Ops: 123 RSD managed to gain a few extra people and we unfortunately lost a few. After cutting from roughly 50, RSD picked a target and rushed our pile. Again, the fight was very even and like before, CE managed to take down our targets faster than RSD could take theirs. We finished off RSD's last few binders and they left CC. CE Ending Ops: 72 RSD Ending Ops: 0 Thanks for the fights RSD, its always a pleasure and a challenge to war you guys, I hope we can do this more in the future. I hope this was useful practice for your Trial Warlords, best of luck in future fights. If you're interested in any CWA fight with CE, join #CE or /msg HAR. Thanks; [email protected]~
  16. Clan Europe -vs- True Generation Finnishbruv set up this 2v1 against True 0wnage & Dutch Generation, 1hr CWRI, Classic Map - Center Bounds, Ring Charging Allowed, Dungeoneering Allowed, Corrupt Dragon NOT Allowed, Rush on Sight. Since T0+DG paired for the CJ Tournament we knew they had experience together. As we also share a good few members with both those clans and being told TRWF & NG also had a war we were anxious about our pull. CWRI: All Styles - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 123 TG Starting Ops: 123 Luckily both clans pulled very simliar, TG gained a few more later on, CE lost only a couple. We started off strongly, we built up a solid gap and held it. That gap was about 20 kills and with some swift transitions and kills, we extended that gap to 30 and it stayed there. TG pushed every now and again to close that gap however we just did the same and took it back up again. We ended with exactly 50 kills over TG. CE Ending Kills: 209 TG Ending Kills: 159 Thanks for the fight TG, it was really nice to have a fight with equal numbers since most of our CWRIs we either are outnumbered, or visa versa. I hope we can do some more in the future, maybe some matched ops instead. Thanks; [email protected]~
  17. Very close, good way to take ending also. Gratz.
  18. Clan Europe -vs- Czech Slovak Forces, The Dark Daemons & Befounded Note: Reason I've [TWR?]'d this topic is CSF, who are ranked on TWR, fought in this fight. On Laura's topic about TWR updates, apparently clusters are included. I'm not sure if this counts since CSF was fighting with non ranked clans, just wanted to check that. Thanks. Volga was able to organize this interesting fight for us. CSF, TDD and BF are all Czech country clans and share some members - I believe they have some form of alliance called 'Czech Slovak Specters'. The following rules were oragnized: First to 100 CWRI, Classic Map - Center Bounds, Ring Charging Allowed, Dungeoneering NOT Allowed, Corrupt Dragon NOT Allowed, Rush on Sight. CSS were expecting ~40-50 so we planned to pull roughly the same to set the stage for an interesting 3v1. CWRI: All Styles - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 120 CSS Starting Ops: 129 We out-leveled CSS quite heavily but realized that with the 40 people on either side, both would have decent KO power. We rushed each other just north of center and CE took a very strong lead KOing almost every target bar a few tanks. We piled their FI leaders at every available chance which shook their organization. Towards the end, CSS improved however in this race to the finish, CE was too far ahead. Well done to Sir Dric, Volga and Saphron today, you keep improving every war. CE Ending Kills: 100 CSS Ending Kills: 30 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YiNwIoH0XcY Thanks to CSS for agreeing to this unique fight. Considering the levels and difficulty it takes to organize and lead 3 clans, I think you guys did really well - especially at the end. Thanks for the fight, hopefully we can do something similar in the future? Thanks; [email protected]~
  19. Clan Europe -vs- Wilderland V0lga set up this war to get a bit more experience leading. Nothing was discussed about post according to him, if a WL official provides a picture stating otherwise, I'll get this topic deleted. Matched Ops x2, Classic Map - Center Bounds, Ring Charging Allowed, Dungeoneering NOT Allowed, Corrupt Dragon NOT Allowed, North Spawn Attacks then reverse. We haven't fought WL for a long time and were looking forward to these wars. Round 1: All Styles - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 84 WL Starting Ops: 84 CE cut down from 33, WL had 1 DC and we dropped down to 28. We started very strongly and nothing changed from there on, we KOed virtually every target where as our members ranked very well - especially WL's second pile who out-tanked almost 3 kills. Needless to say, we ended very strongly. CE Ending Ops: 72 WL Ending Ops: 0 Round 2: Melee, Binds & Range - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 81 WL Starting Ops: 81 This round was a lot closer, start was fairly even but we got a bit of momentum and some quick kills which put us ahead. We finished off WL's binders and the fight finished soon after. CE Ending Ops: 54 WL Ending Ops: 0 Thanks WL for the fights, its always a pleasure. Sorry for Cajo running out of bounds and I apparently heard he also flamed so if he did, appologise for that also, we've dealt with him. I look forward to our future wars. Thanks; [email protected]~
  20. Clan Europe -vs- Silent Ember Everyones favourite W141 product, Tika ( :wub: ) approached me again for another set of wars vs SE: 30min CWRI & 2x Matched Ops, Turrets No Bounds - Classic Center Bounds, Ring Charging Allowed, Dungeoneering Allowed in R1 and R2 only, Corrupt Dragon Allowed in R1 only, Rush on Sight, North Spawn Attacks then reverse. Originally it was set as only the first two but afterwards we decided to have a third also (since the 2nd had "different" rules). SE always give us tough fights, we wanted to prove that we were better today. CWRI: All Styles - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 102 SE Starting Ops: 66 Needless to say, there was little SE could do - the corrupt and DG increasing our KO power as if we had 50 people. SE gradually pulled more, peaking roughly 26-27ish but even then some good tanking and long KO streaks on our part overpowered SE on this occasion. We reached our goal of 100 in just under 30mins. We were looking forward to our next rounds on even numbers. CE Ending Kills: 106 SE Ending Kills: 32 Matched: Melee, Binds & Blasts - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 90 SE Starting Ops: 90 Our numbers dropped and some shared members came to CE to even the numbers. We'd only ever fought one of these wars before vs RKoF but we prepared ourselves equally well. We had a good combination of styles and were able to take down most of SE's members very efficiently. CE Ending Ops: 75 SE Ending Ops: 0 Matched: All Styles - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 84 SE Starting Ops: 84 SE wanted one final round and we were determined to take home a full house of wins. After a short wait (sorry for keeping you, SE) to sort out our styles, we prepared ourselves for the last fight. Again, a cracking set of styles and tanking saw us take a very early lead and we we kept this and only ever extended it. CE Ending Ops: 60 SE Ending Ops: 0 Sorry for the long post with lots of big pictures but I wanted to do this justice. Firstly, thanks to SE for staying throughout the whole CWRI - respect for not leaving early and sticking it out. Secondly, we also appreciate SE having some balls to try something different for once in R2, I hope it was fun, or at least different. And lastly, thanks for all the challenging fights - its an absolute pleasure as always. Thanks; [email protected]~
  21. Clan Europe -vs- Eternity I set up this war with Shin in CE's teamspeak last week, made a change than typical IRC conversations: Matched Ops x2, Classic Map - Center Bounds, Ring Charging Allowed, Dungeoneering NOT Allowed, Corrupt Dragon NOT Allowed, North Spawn Attacks and reverse. Eternity always give us clean fights and with handful of shared members there, we were expecting some good fights. Round 1: Melee, Binds & Range - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 48 E Starting Ops: 48 We pulled double and cut down. Fight started with us taking an advantage since our target didn't switch prayers. We took the early lead and killed our targets faster. Eternity were able to match kill speed since some of our tanks didn't do too well but the gap was too big to overcome. CE Ending Ops: 30 E Ending Ops: 0 Round 2: Melee, Binds & Curses - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 54 E Starting Ops: 54 Again, we started strongly with a slight level advantage and took down our targets very efficiently. With some strong tanking and effective sniping right off the bat, we kept a lead and ended strongly. CE Ending Ops: 42 E Ending Ops: 0 Thanks for the fights Eternity, always a pleasure. Thanks; [email protected]~
  22. As I said on the DF v TT topic on RSC, in any fight which goes on for the 10 or so hours, there are no winners.
  23. Clan Europe -vs- Pure Hatred Went out looking for a short prep, I asked Wee Man who gladly accepted: 30min CWRI & Matched Ops x1, Classic Map - Center Bounds, Ring Charging Allowed, Dungeoneering NOT Allowed, Corrupt Dragon NOT Allowed, Rush on Sight & North Spawn Attacks. I think this is the first time ever (if not, at least in a very long time) that we've fought PH and we knew they'd improved a lot over the last year. Round 1: All Styles CWRI - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 90 PH Starting Ops: 78 We managed to get a handful of people online for this late night war (for us at least ...!) We death-marched to meet PH and immediately got off to a solid start being able to drop most of PH's members while most of ours tanked very well. We started as we meant to finished and we met our goal of 100 kills and no more than 35 casualties. CE Ending Kills: 105 PH Ending Kills: 34 Round 2: Melee & Binds Matched Ops - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 78 PH Starting Ops: 78 As some CE members went to sleep, others came on from finished wars maintaing our numbers, as did PH. We dropped from 30 to match. We out-leveled PH, we rushed in and took down our pile faster than PH took down theirs and we did the same from there on in. When PH got to 20 people, we sent out snipers and I've been told that PH lost their TS mid-war and resorted to in-game calling. Either way, when PH had a few people left, they left CC. CE Ending Ops: 48 PH Ending Ops: 0 Edit: As far as I'm aware, under new rules of TWR, any "post on" fight which is posted here counts towards TWR if both are on the ladder? Thanks for the fights PH, definitely made a nice change from our usual opponents. Thanks; [email protected]~
  24. Clan Europe -vs- Runite Knights of Finland Saphron set this war up last week with the following rules: Matched Ops x3, Classic Map - Center Bounds, Ring Charging Allowed, Dungeoneering NOT Allowed, Corrupt Dragon NOT Allowed, North Spawn Attacks x2, then defendant of R2 attacks. RKoF always give us challenging wars, the rules included different styles to normal so it was set to be an interesting set of fights. Round 1: Melee, Binds & Blasts - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 57 RKoF Starting Ops: 57 We outpulled RKoF and dropped to match. We prepared well and made sure we had a good set of Pure Binders, Pure Blasters and the rest blasting and binding. Our preparation paid off, we started off very solidly and took down RKoF members very effectively losing only 4 of our own men. CE Ending Ops: 45 RKoF Ending Ops: 0 Round 2: Blast, Binds & Range - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 66 RKoF Starting Ops: 66 A few Finnish CE members went to bolster RKoF's numbers. We decided to take a roughly half split of blast/binders and rangers where RKoF decided to take virtuall all tribrids. RKoF took a very strong lead taking us down to 20-17 at one point with their superior styles but we immediately decided to start mid-pile switching and caugth up. After some good tanking midway through the war we took the lead and some more switching to the lowest RKoF members secured our win. Well done CE, impressive comeback. CE Ending Ops: 36 RKoF Ending Ops: 0 Round 3: All Styles - CE Victorious - CE Starting Ops: 66 RKoF Starting Ops: 66 Numbers stayed even however CE had 1 DC which RKoF kindly dropped to. The fight was fairly even until the 20-20 mark where we took a slight lead and we only continued to extend that lead from then on to the finish. Our good styles switching managed to take down RKoF members faster than they could take down theirs and we took just enough blasters to keep binds on lock. CE Ending Ops: 42 RKoF Ending Ops: 0 Thanks as always RKoF, these were some of the most interesting fights we've had in a while and the 2nd round was one of our most intense of the year (matched ops comeback). Always looking forward to our future encounters ... Thanks; [email protected]~
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