RGL Highlander Season 6 All Stars Winners!

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  • RGL Highlander Season 6 All Star Winners


    58 (23%) - syath
    68 (27%) - triiiple
    128 (50%) - sandblast

    sandblast is fantastic at many things, and this season he mastered 2 of them: calling ubers to walk into the enemy team and shooting the enemy team to the point where he wins the videogame. Easily the strongest member of squirtyay (not to mention being a placement RGL-Invite 6s and ESEA Invite playoffs scout), his aggressive playstyle brought them massive success on koth maps, but was still a strong force on payload, helping edge out wins against Impostors Week 3 and OWL Week 5.


    134 (55%) - AmandaPanda45WOOT
    51 (21%) - Catalyst
    57 (24%) - p3nguin

    If you main medic and ever wake up in a cold sweat at night, it’s because AmandaPanda was thinking about bombing you so his medic could have uber ad. Previously known as JJslim, he’s been a strong soldier since before RGL HL started. His sacs this season were uncontested. Bomb after bomb after bomb he dropped medics and unleashed metric tons of damage onto his enemies. MCM felt the pain of his bombs during Grand Finals on ashville, topfragging the server with eight medic kills and thirteen sniper kills.


    84 (35%) - Billysaurus
    89 (37%) - Marty
    65 (27%) - Melon

    Marty, like his teammate watterson, has an incredible ability to not get shot at when he just walks across the point to collect a free kill like he’s passing “Go!” in Monopoly. That’s not to say he’s a WM1 lord, because his ability to spam The Scorch Shot left snipers running the darwin’s danger shield permanently.


    111 (45%) - Jarrett
    49 (20%) - rj
    22 (9%) - kjr
    19 (8%) - giraffe
    44 (18%) Flare

    Jarrett as a demoman does it all. He has the gamesense, maincalling, damage, and sportsmanship to earn himself a spot among the greats. Medics drop uber in a fraction of a second with the deadly sticky pipe combo Jarrett dishes out. Even though Jarrett wasn’t Krusty Krab’s demo for the entire season, his skills definitely helped them get through an extremely close match with OWL Week 7, and through all of playoffs.


    85 (36%) - Kresnik
    59 (25%) - sand
    94 (39%) - zuchima

    zuchima has been a prominent player in the Invite scene for a long time, bouncing between classes like heavy and pyro. This season, his heavy was a key force driving the #mcm hype train. You may think, “How can zuchima be stopped?” His only weakness: a concrete sniper. Take note, sniper mains.


    125 (52%) exa_
    117 (48%) Aaron

    What a nailbiter of a category this was to watch from behind the scenes. By just 8 votes, exa_ took the lead. exa_ has always been one of the strongest engies playing, even since season 2 of RGL Highlander. His wrangled sentries on payload are almost unkillable without proper coordination and communication


    68 (29%) - blake
    88 (37%) - Rogue
    62 (26%) - DZCreeper
    19 (8%) - ZoomxZe

    Rogue is one of the nicest and knowledgeable players currently playing. His medic positioning is top notch, his internal spy timer is precise to the millisecond, and his heals can keep his team alive through even the most brutal of midfights. Even when his team is making his HPM look great, he knows when to pull them out to get healthy again.


    60 (25%) - Fallen Gourd
    113 (47%) - watterson
    28 (12%) - percy
    39 (16%) - Michaelpc1

    watterson’s ability to make space and take aggressive shots is unparalleled in Invite. It’s a miracle that people don’t punish his aggressiveness. Other snipers can attempt this and feed, but watterson makes it work. His playstyle may make him seem like an aggressive aim lord, but he has a wealthy pool of experience and gamesense to help him succeed. He has also uploaded his entire POV with comms from the RGL HL S6 Invite Grand Finals. If you’re interested, you can watch it here


    161 (68%) - evil
    52 (22%) - Micahlele
    23 (10%) - Zero

    evil was an unstoppable force throughout the season. A mechanical savant with both knife and revolver, enemy teams could not possibly prepare for every trick in evil’s book. His revolver aim left snipers and DM classes alike quivering in their boots while his knife play had pyros spamming airblast trying to not get trickstabbed. With so many fantastic plays during Grand Finals, evil left casting parties screaming "THE EVIL SHPEE” and “OH HE’S SO EVIL.”

    Invite Debut

    78 (34%) - reigh
    82 (35%) - jel
    71 (31%) - page

    Considering this was jel’s first season in Invite, I’d say 3rd place is a pretty damn good way to start. Some might say he’s built different, but I’d say jel’s just a fantastic soldier who found himself a fantastic flank partner in sandblast to play out the season with.

    Player of the Season

    60 (25%) - Jarrett
    52 (22%) - evil
    57 (24%) - AmandaPanda45WOOT
    29 (12%) - Fallen Gourd
    38 (16%) - triiiple

    What more can I say about Jarett that I didn’t say already when he won All Star Demoman? He can literally do everything your team needs him to do, and then he’ll do even more.

  • im just built different

  • hi jel…

  • better medic always wins. rogue is a galaxy brain individual with the nicest personality that makes his entire team play better.

  • Both reigh and jel should have won debut both did great!

  • can’t say I disagree on any of these picks.

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