Rumor has it that the Band of Maniacal Brothers Counter-Strike, Team Fortress 2, and StarCraft II divisions are being re-forged. That new and promising members are being trained, raised up in the ways of destiny and redemption; that old and hardy members are beginning to shake off the dust and rust of the cold, cruel ages, and are settling back into the rhythm of destruction which once made them great; that the mighty wheels of war have creaked and groaned, and begun to turn once more…
And thus, a new year dawns upon us. And the killing fields remain bloody. Nothing much is new to report, but the Annual Yaeger Dental Winter Fragfest of 2008 was AWESOME and we all had a great time and met new people! As soon as I get some pictures, I will share them with all of you!
I’ve re-released two websites, both Spark-Realm and the S.W.A.T. website. They now have much more content than before! You can download all of the maps, patches, and graphics you want at Spark-Realm, and you can learn how to play Spark, learn new tactics, train others to play, or get personal training yourself, on the S.W.A.T. website!
The BoMB Spark Team is recruiting new players! This new Spark team has risen from the ashes of the old ARC Team which played many years ago. If you wanna try out for the team, you can either complete an app here, or talk to me personally on the Spark-HQ forums or in the Spark game lobby. If you have no idea what Spark even is, you can download this action-packed game for free at Spark Headquarters (http://www.spark-hq.net).
The Band of Maniacal Brothers have been entered into Central Outpost’s ongoing Best Clans tournament. Our rank is displayed on the image to the right. To support BoMB in this tournament, simply click the image, and then click the next page to vote. You may do this once every six hours! Come on people! Lets get BoMB to the top! 🙂
The Annual Winter Fragfest went off in full swing this year, without rampant patching issues or internet problems! The StarCraft and Counter-Strike events played like a ladder, with 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th place teams for StarCraft, and winning and losing teams in Counter-Strike.