WRs This Month
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February POM: Rayan Isran
There really is no other contender this month. 14 WR setters, 7 multi-WR setters, including one with 3 untied WRs, and nobody is even close. That is how amazing Rayan Isran's month was. He jumps multiple spots on the WR chart, even though he focused on mainly one level. Of his 14 distinct WRs set this month, 9 were new untieds. Rayan accounts for 14 seconds off of the-elite's total time, 11 seconds on one level alone - and he didn't even play in the final week of this short month. One of the most epic performances in GEE history is recapped in the February summary, and congratulations Rayan for showing us how to *really* take this game towards its limits.
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WR Setters this Month
February 2007 was the (second) famous Train month, where nearly single handedly Ace (Rayan Isran) brought the elite total time down by 15 seconds and put the 1:15:00 barrier as a reasonable possibility for the near future. Train Agent: About a year ago, Henrik set 1:05 untied after his new strategy efforts on SA/00A. Early this month, Boss ties that long-lasting time. Rayan and Henrik both grab 1:04 on the 6th this month, before Rayan pulls 1:03 the next day, then a shocking 1:01 nearly 2 weeks later. Train Secret Agent: Henrik's old untied was 1:29. This month, Rayan tied that, then beat it 3 times in a row by the middle of February, bringing the untied to 1:26. Train 00Agent: Henrik's old time was 1:56, untied. Rayan tied that time on the 5th this month, and then devoured the old WR with a 1:53 a few days later, and a 1:52 on the 17th. When all was said and done, it took Ace less than 3 weeks to completely upend the WR charts on Train. Lost in all this mix is Henrik's brief attempt to keep up - he hit 1 WR but fell off the Train and top 10 WR holder charts as a result of Ace's dominance.
Ace also untied Bunker II 00A - he tied the mark at 1:01 before getting 0:58 himself. This WR was all the rave at the start of the month, until Train domination came around. Unfortunately lost in all this was Ryan White working on 3 untieds of his own. He affirms his place at the top of Silo with a 1:10 on SA, possibly the-elites greatest untied WRs. Toward the end of the month, Ryan breaks into 1:22 Caverns SA - many players held the old record and it was getting to be a common time for the more skilled Caverns players who want a challenge above agent. But... Ryan announces 1:02 the next day. Ah wait, that was on Frigate SA!
There were many other big shakers this month as well, trying not to be lost in the crazy scene that was February 2007. Glen Stevens announces 4 WRs on the same day - an Archives sweep and 0:23 Runway SA. He had the 2nd most WRs this month. Guillherme Alberto releases 3 of his own - 1:03 CavA, 0:22 RunA and 1:03 S1A, toward the end of the month while David Clemens scored 0:23 B1SA, 1:07 B100A and 0:17 B1A. Clemens is putting a lot of work into Bunker 1 00A, and expects to hit an untied on this level before all is said and done. Leonardo Santos also had 3 WRs, with 0:53 Dam A, and the 0:55 Archives double-shot. It's been over a year since Karl set these WRs and they are becomming common feeding ground for the newer WR setters to climb the charts - they offer much prestige as well as many points now. Matis rounds us out as the final multiple WR setter - hey look, its the Archives double-shot again!
The unmentioned single WR nabbers in February include the following: Alex Anderson (0:24 B2A) Rafael Lanfredi (0:23 RunSA) Axel Zakrisson (0:26 DepA) Luke Szklarz (0:23 RunSA) and Randy Buikema (0:26 DepA). That's right, Disco came back from hiatus to score his first WR in years. Remember, this guy was the duel champ! And I don't just mean Duel 03/06/09, I mean the champion of both games! And to think, that didn't even include 0:26 Depot A. Great return Randy.
The elite total time changes from 1:15:30 to 1:15:12!
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