• 15 Jan 2007, 01:04 • News
Negative Image is back and proud to announce their 100% finnish lineup!
Modified polish version of the text written by Hybrid can be found at et.owned.pl.
1st of August, 2004 - for most of you this date means the normal beginning of the school year. For the other people - it reminds them that there's only 1 month left till their school year starts. But this date reminds MulSu of his first Enemy Territory Clan called Quotidian Castaway. The name was bit exotic, but it gave the life to one of the best finnish ET clans - Negative Image.
The core of their squad created in the last quarter of year 2004 - in this time, lettu chmpp kmble (aka nightflight) and zzorpa joined the clan. In that time nobody could even expect that the clan will survive with the same core till the ending of 2006, when they officially stopped playing together and hibernated.
The whole two-years road wasn't success-free, of course. The Finnish gained some nice achievements, such as getting the gold trophy in ClanBase OpenCup Spring 2005, being 3rd on ClanBase EuroCup XII or gaining the 3rd place in ClanBase SummerCup 2005 Premier.
Just one year after their start - on 1st of August 2005 - Negative-Image clan decided to try to cooperate with the players from all over the europe. In this time, the core of Team Hungary - Future, Nonix and Fobje - joined the team. The last player to fill up the roster spot was Winghaven, and the clan continued playing under the " Gods Incorporated" name.
They played with this squad till February 2006, when non-finnish players decided to split their ways. negative image returned their name and became inactive. The finns didn't play that actively anymore, mainly because MulSu, kmble and chmpp were sucked in to the World of Warcraft(do not try this at home).
After the summer holidays in 2006, the Finnish gived it a try and tried to revive the clan, so they could start playing again. This one didn't work out too long and they hibernated again to play WoW 24/7, again.
Comeback on 13th of January 2007! Their squad didn't change a lot. The biggest part of the team are the oldschool players who have always been there during these years. this provides them the starting point to be a stable and skilled team that should not fold after "2 weeks" unless they start playing World of Warcraft 24/7 again when the WoW expansion 'Burning Crusade' is released. This combined with the finnish power duo, Sanda and Spirea, lineup indeed looks promising.
-text by Hybrid and decem.