Surely we've got all-star now, but I'll still present to you my second hall of fame! Let's take a look at who contributed to the league with many good impressions and such. As before, these are just my opinions, so take from that what you will.
[WUMBO] Water: This one goes without saying. Winning a season is not for everyone, and there sure as hell aren't many who can do it twice in a row. Water made an excellent draft which pretty much gave him the necessary leeway to dominate the season all around. He brought out the best from his teammates, but he himself played amazing in every game. His team practiced like crazy at the start of the season, and maintained their shape until the very end by playing regularly and making sure to bring out their A game. His unmatched dedication and intellect has earned him yet another championship, and us other captains will have to step up our game, or else he could easily win his 3rd season in a row!
[WUMBO] Torvald: Also known as Water's brother, Tor was a starter for this season and he definitely did not disappoint his captain sibling! While many teams this season had a prominent weakest link, he made sure to do his bread and butter just good enough to make sure that Wumbo would reign victorious over every other team without being exploited. His Mid plays in many maps have proven to be very professional and effective, probably thanks to Water's guidance. Tor deserves some praise as possibly the greatest 3rd player of this season, and I do hope he ends up in a team that knows how to put him to good use this Summer.
[WUMBO] Yorick: Everybody can agree that this guy was a monster this season. Who would've guessed that Yorick was such a brick wall at defending? Wumbo only got scored on 21 times during the 113 minutes they spent playing, which roughly amounts to 1 capture per 5:30 minutes! One could argue that Yorick was an even larger threat than Water himself. With Tor's assistance, his defense for Wumbo was arguably the strongest of the season, with skillful aim, great timing and tactical push-ups and fall-backs. On the previous season, I said that he could be one of WDL's signature runners, but it turns out he's become one of WDL's signature players period. His excellence in versatility would allow him to do greatly no matter the team he's put in. Water was fortunate to see that in him and drafted him long before other captains (myself included) could've realized how cheap he was auctioned by.
[GPS] Jwarrier: Jwar is another starter who came in with guns blazing, making a name for himself in GPS as soon as he got in. For this particular season, he played one powerhouse of a defense, with very high K/D ratios and high efficiency stats in almost all games, though he knows how to play every position well. A professional at exerting pressure, with a burning passion to play and practice often, he has a lot going on for him. While he was not so lucky this season, it is likely that he will become part of one of the top teams next season. Underestimate him at your own peril.
[SUC] HumanBones: A rather surprising addition to the WDL roster, Bones was definitely one of the top players of the season. He got the most votes for the All-Star selection for a reason, after all! He showed what he's made of by getting the highest K/D ratio of the season: his absurd brawn at defense and overall reliability has made the Ralph/Bones combo a team to be feared for a while. Couldn't have expected anything less from one of the longest-running and active CTF players in this community. Bones has a promising future, and any team that grabs him this Summer should almost guarantee playoff-worthy results, if he does not decide to become a captain himself, that is. Lastly, managing the upcoming All-Star event was a very nice idea of his, which is going to be very exciting and fun.
[NSP] Rude: Neatly enough, Rude overcame some of his weaknesses from the previous season, and drafted a strong team to boot. NSP was a nice-looking improvement over SUPER, and his team as a whole proved to be a lot more capable of achieving positive results than the previous. NSP's only glaring issue was their apparent lack of practice, but when push came to shove, they were a very strong team, by defeating SUC in week 3, easily beating SSG in week 5, and taking their playoff game vs SDC to all 5 rounds. Of course, Rude himself was no slouch: he was one of the best runners, with super strong pressure, intelligent positioning and fast reflexes, giving NSP a good offensive edge. Depending on who Rude drafts next season, and if he practices more often, he could actually get to the finals! Who knows.
[NSP] DevastatioN: It's always nice to see Dev show his face to play some CTF during the winter season, and he showed that he's still a very strong player for his first WDL appearance. Demonstrating excellence on defense, he was essential for NSP's success in games, being a formidable opponent even for the top teams. I heard that he might have quit Doom now that the season is over, and that is very saddening. But if he came back, that would be swell!
Like before, viewers are encouraged to comment and/or make their own halls of fame. Send in your thoughts!