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Liquid to Pull Fyrakk Mythic Off-Stream Rest of the Day

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Update: we've added a new, lengthier interview with Liquid about the decision to go dark. You can find it at the bottom of the article.

Well here's another twist in the Amirdrassil RWF tale. After Echo's recent World 2nd on Tindral and Liquid's first phase 2 pull the NA guild decided to do some gearing. Now that they knew what to expect from P2 they also knew which specs to gear so they went for about an hour of Mythic+ and a few Fyrakk Normal splits.

After they were done GM Max dropped quite the bombshell:

And in case you wanted more context to that clip, there is none, aside from a long period of being muted right up until that point.

Now, Liquid normally has at least another 6 hours of raiding ahead of them, on their shorter days, and 7 on regular ones. We'll see what "a few more pulls" ends up being, as it may be in the hundred+ if they keep up their regular schedule and pull frequency. They might be calling it an early night as well, but we can't be sure.

It's seems there's a LOT of phase 2 that they do not want Echo to know about, either the fight details themselves, or their own strategy for handling it. Hopefully we get to see where they ended up tomorrow, as we're going into half a day of old-school no shared strategy! I have to say I missed it a little.

Here's that most recent phase 2 pull:

Update. Here's a more detailed interview with Liquid's Tagzz from a few hours after they went dark:

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I don't understand why they're being weird and anxious about the response they are going to get from the community. They are hardcore gamers, they sit day in and day out in preperation for the race, and if they do another competetive move at the very end to give themselves an edge, why is that even being discussed, its so incredibly obvious that they have to do it, the livelyhoods of the players are at stake..

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