Clearing The Skyz For Neptune To Owaken Can Allow Mutineers To Run Havoc
Florida Mutineers face a mountainous climb if they want to walk away with rings at the Call of Duty World Championships. However, it's not an impossible gauntlet to manoeuvre through, and the team have more than enough firepower to unleash havoc on their opponents, if only they unlock their submachine gun duo, especially Travis "Neptune" McCloud.
The Mutineers start in the depths of the lower bracket, having to enjoy a perfect run to surge through the teams dropping down from above. However, if they can harvest their mascot and release the Kraken, there is no reason why the miracle run couldn't happen - much like that of the Rokkr Ressurection.
The Skyz the limit for Florida, and their main man could prove pivotal in allowing his team to flare their tentacles.
Skyz Holds The Key to Unlock Mutineers At Champs
Cesar "Skyz" Beuno is the catalyst for the Mutineers, and despite adjusting to a four versus four format, the young gunner has grown in stature throughout the season. As arguably one of the best, if not the top dog, in the Assault Rifle category throughout the Modern Warfare era, it's fair to say Skyz took his time adjusting to the Black Ops.
However, Skyz has finally landed in Black Ops, posting up impressive individual numbers throughout the latter stages of the regular season. Often being the man to control in respawns, whilst his partner Joe "Owakening" Conley dominates Search and Destroy, Skyz has been the rock that the mutineers need to gravitate around.
Typical of his namesake, Neptune needs a planet to gravitate around, as Florida's explosive ammunition. Often, he is caught making up for the numbers in the slaying department to keep up with other heavy AR and Flex duos but is most effective for Florida when he's pushed up alongside Colt "Havoc" McLendon
With Neptune free to roam the universe and Skyz keeping the smoke at bay, the Kraken can easily surge to the surface and splash some huge names out of the tournament.
Mutineers Reliant On Form To Capitalise On Mistakes
Whilst the Mutineers haven't fired up their engines to the full-throttle so far in the season, a revved-up Mutineers could use their momentum to cause some upsets to teams that are low on confidence.
The lower-bracket start is crucial to their success, and are heavily reliant on who they play first. Awaiting either Dallas Empire or Minnesota Rokkr, either team that will be coming off the back of a loss will be licking their wounds.
Mutineers, dedicating their entire season to Maurice "Fero" Henriquez, can come with the fire in their belly to rack up some early confidence and capitalise on hurting rosters.
For Florida, there are no second chances, and perfect Call of Duty can only be played when your confidence is brimming. Clear Skyz, Owaken the beast, and cause Havoc on the map, that's the key to winning Champs.