Paragon: Approaching Monolith

Originally I was going to make this article about the V.35 release for Paragon that came out on December 6, 2016. I had played all day and was upset about a few things that I had noticed in Monolith. My friends and I discussed the some of the changes, most of them we didn’t like but I won’t mention them here. We ended our night and discussion with high hopes and expressing that we would each give Monolith a solid few weeks of matches. And low and behold on December 7, 2016 Monolith felt a little more like Legacy. A little more balanced and a lot less glitchy. We returned once again on December 8, 2016 and Monolith again, felt more balanced. Monolith is not without it’s issues but we’re only 4 days in so I’m going to be patient and give Epic Games and Paragon more of my time before I offer any constructive criticisms. Instead I’ll share some images that I captured through the “Watch” feature. I hope you enjoy.

Paragon: Greystone pushing the lane for Sevarog.
Paragon: The Inhibitor will go down right after Khillari.
Paragon: The “Khill” is within reach. 
Paragon: The blades dance.
Paragon: The fireworks before death.
Paragon: Death smiles. 
Paragon: “Khill” confirmed. 
Paragon: Khaimera in troubled water.
Paragon: Dekker slows and stuns while Greystone stalks. 
Paragon: It was in that moment Khaimera knew that he &@$%$* up. 
Paragon: See how the stars, see how they they shine for you.
Paragon: Khaimera in a happy fury.
Paragon: Angels tend to fall. 
Paragon: Greystone burning up in the atmosphere. 
Paragon: And we thought a meteor killed the dinosaurs.
Paragon: Khaimera is a ghost in Greystone’s past. 

Thanks for hanging out and I hope to see you in Monolith soon.

Published by: galoot247

I'm a working man with the "American Dream" list of responsibilities, limited time and money and I'm here to provide you my gut reaction first response to save you time and money. I'm a below average gamer that tries to make above average plays. I once lost 12 consecutive thumb wrestling matches to a 4 year old.


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