Cheers, loves! Episode 104 of The Cavalry is here! Joining us this week are Melissa aka Melarina, Lee aka LeeBomb20, and Josh aka Gabeus
Get your Overwatch news from the Cavalry: The Year of the Dog released on February 8th, 2018. Hear the Cavalry’s thoughts on the new Capture the Flag.
In the Main Discussion Gabe and Lee ask Mel questions about her weekend at The Overwatch League Arena for the Stage 1 finals.
We asked our listeners a question and discuss our thoughts to some of their responses in our Listener Question: What is the difference in competitive games when you win vs. when you lose? What do you think is a key component people could improve on? This could be communication, hero pool, team composition, map knowledge or any other aspect.
Community Content Shoutout: Sypder from Overwatch League Network for his awesome youtube content! Look them up and hit subscribe! Twitter: @OWLNShow E-mail: OWLNShow@gmail.com
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Cheers, loves! Episode 103 of The Cavalry is here! Joining us this week are Melissa aka Melarina, Lee aka LeeBomb20, and Josh aka GabiusChrist
Our opening discussion touches on our week in Overwatch across ranks from silver to masters.
Then we get our Overwatch news from the Cavalry: The Year of the Dog releases on February 8th, 2018. Hear the Cavalry’s thoughts on what may be to come.
The Main Discussion brings you our thoughts on the Mercy changes that went live, how they have changed the meta, and how Mercy compares to the other healers in Overwatch.
Listener Questions dominate this week’s discussion with questions from the community on matchmaking, ideal hero pool, the benefits of melee attack, the spectator perspective, and the potential of increasing the criteria to enter competitive play.
Tournament talk this week covers the potential of the first female player, Geguri, getting signed to the Overwatch League.
Community Content Shoutout: The PC Gamer Weekender is February 17 and 18 at the London Olympia.
And that's it for this week! See you next week, loves!
If you like what you heard, please feel free to leave us a review on iTunes or your podcast app of choice.