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The battle for supremacy will begin as Omega and Blacklist will face again as the two champions will go head to head in a peculiar stage. Omega, after they eliminate Echo in a decisive manner will face the familiar foe in Blacklist but this time they will have a somewhat upperhand as Blacklist will miss the services of their gold laner Oheb. The boys in Black and Green will rely on the leadership of El Kapitan E2Max as they try to pounce on the depleted line-up of their foe. The solid set-up from the Chakmamba is an important role as he will once again face his old counterpart, the ever reliant Eson on Blacklist. Raizen will be put once again in the test of fire as he will play the biggest series of his life so far as he faces the KDA Machine Hadji. The controlled frenzy in the offlane will feature two of the best the country has to offer, Renzio and Edward and the battle of the gold lane will fall to the hands of one of the calmest players in the game, Wise as he faces the feisty Kelra. The lane can be interchangeable and that is how Blacklist works, they showed us how flexible the agents are in playing the game. But once the opening sound roars it is time for the best teams in the world to square off and dance.
The much awaited was a surprise to some as Wise returned to the carry role with his Kimmy and Hadji opted to lean towards the gold lane with his Claude. With the double marksman lineup Omega selects Lancelot for Raizen hoping that he can shut down the hard hitting combination of Claude and Kimmy. Kelra selects the Harith to make sure that Omega has a late game hero to rely on. And as expected Omega pounced at the entry points of Blacklist killing Wise and Hadji in the earlier parts of the game. Focusing on killing and taking the objectives, Omega destroyed four turrets after killing the core heroes of Blacklist. The Grock pick for Chaknu scouted the entry points for Omega to initiate fights. But it seems like there is a ticking timer for Omega to play as Blacklist, slowly but surely tilting the tides to their favor and securing favorable pick-offs behind the brilliance of their offlaner Edward and the sturdiness of Eson (Gloo). The blazing combo of Kimmy and Claude was firing on all cylinders and crippled the attack of Omega that even the Lancelot can’t penetrate. But the Queen led all agents as the Rafaela enhanced both the mobility and the healing needed for every skirmish. Uncharacteristically, it is Blacklist who is reacting with the engagement of Omega and during the first game they prevail in the fights.
Game two was a championship brand of game as both teams wreaked havoc as clash of styles was evident. Omega stuck with their controlled line up as Raizen still has Lancelot and Kelra opted to pick another late-game scaling hero in the form of Alice. E2Max got his hands on an unfamiliar hero Rafaela and Renzio got his hands on Gloo. For Blacklist it seems that they are trying a new strategy as they picked Balmond for Wise and V33nus for Kaja. Edward tried to go head to head with Renzio with his Esmeralda. It was a seesaw battle as both teams exchanged blow after blow. Omega started the game by ganking every position where they think Blacklist will run to. The Jawhead and Rafaela tandem proved to be a formidable force as they dealt damage on the defence on Blacklist. But Blacklist retaliates, Hadji leads the agents as he deals tons of damage especially during his blazing duet. It was a back and forth until Omega finally had their defensive items and it was difficult for Blacklist to overcome. The combination of Gloo and Alice is just too much for Hadji to handle that even Wise and his Balmond can’t overcome. It was a hard game for him due to the control of Chaknu and E2max. The series is tied one a piece heading to the important game three
If game two was a championship caliber match, game three kicks off a notch and the game exceeds the twentieth minute and every minute was a brawl and we are treated to a Blacklist, Omega brand of game. And it started in the drafting phase. Gloo is a go to pick for both teams and this time Blacklist got their hands on the hero and Omega countered it beautifully with a niche Faramis pick. And boy what a pick! The base of Omega was on its one fourth health but the Faramis of Renzio and his ghostbusters proved to be a game changer. Kelra and his Aldous proved to be the late game assassin and punched his way to the Omega victory despite the efforts of Wise (Balmond) and Edward (Esmeralda). Hadji and his Claude was a walking target for Kelra but the KDA machine proved to be a swift assassin as he dodged most of the hits of Aldous. Most but not all. And as they enter the twilight zone every kill hurts and the final lord dance proved that the counter pick of Omega was a solid pick as Faramis dealt a monstrous damage and it was Kelra who finished the task for the boys in Black and Green and will have a chance to eliminate Blacklist.
And the ending for this chapter was a shocker as Omega concluded the game as Kelra shined as they decode Blacklist for the second time this season. The same formula for Omega as they pick an early centric hero for Raizen with Lancelot and they give Kelra the late game insurance. Blacklist on the other hand opted to pick a chase potential heroes with Karina for Hadji and Aldous for Wise. But the star of the match goes to Renzio and his Barats as he picks off Karina time after time and paves way for Raizen. The most important play of the game went to Kelra and his clutch blazing duet surprising Blacklist that even Wise can’t even resist. By the virtue of this victory Blacklist will fall on the hands of Nexplay as they will square off for their tournament lives and this time they will have Oheb. For Omega they will have a chance to move ahead of the pack as they will face Onic for the chance to make it to the Finals.