Stick to one character and learn them beyond perfection or expand your active roster and be ready for any matchup challenge? There is no universal answer to this dilemma, as this is another tool to express your personality in the fighting genre, and we all are unique. Brawl League: FrostFight 2023 demonstrated how mastering the second approach can be paid off — this path looks kind of inevitable in Brawlhalla (with the current condition of the game).
Let’s enjoy the stream! In this post, you’ll find the results and a summary of the Brawlhalla Legends in use.
1v1 Brawl League: FrostFight | Stream
Godly is #1 in Europe for a reason. The guy fell into the Losers Bracket in the Quarter-Final (Top 32) against MounirKO. But then, Godly was literally unstoppable, winning most of the Top 8 matches with 3:0s.
It looked like the only struggle for Godly was the Losers Semi-Final. Pavelski took the newest Legend to the fight, Tezca. A bit earlier, such a choice, brought Pavelski a victory against acno?. But this time, even the somewhat unbalanced and not-that-familiar moveset of the opponent did not stop Godly.
In the Grand Final, Swata had to abandon the practice of playing only Jhala (as the player did throughout the whole Top 8 part). But switching between four characters did not really help. Godly lost only the first game of their fight but then won 6 in a row.
Godly is the 1v1 Champion of Brawl League: FrostFight 2023. Congratulations! And yeah, his mastery of adapting to matches by switching between characters was absolutely amazing!
Brawlhalla Legends at 1v1 Brawl League: FrostFight 2023
Ted / Neeze had a pretty tough match against acno? / Blaze in the Winners Semi-Final. But after that 3:2 victory, the guys enjoyed two much more confident matches — including 3:0 the Grand Final against the same opponents.
Ted and Neeze are 2v2 Champions of Brawl League: FrostFight 2023. Congratulations!