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Top 10 Brawlers in Brawl Stars (Sep 21)

Ranking The Top 10 Brawlers Of the September 2021 MetaBrawl Stars is a game where the characters change how good they are all the time. The balance changes keep the game so fresh and are a big part of why I continue to play. This meta has changed a good amount, with the likes of El Primo and Gene getting nerfed hard. Read below to check out my top 10 Brawlers in Brawl Stars (Sep 21).Brawlers 6-10 Who Are Dominant Everywhere10. Ashe: I’ll place Ashe on this list just because all of the pros insist that he’s broken everywhere. I personally think that Ashe is in the middle of the road for this list because his rage is too difficult to maintain. When paired with a healer, Ashe truly is one of the most dominant brawlers in the game. But when he isn’t, he is very underwhelming and struggles to keep up.9. Leon: Leon has been insane for the past few months, mainly because of his gadget Lollipop Drop. The pressure and invisibility that he provides while that gadget is in play is extremely powerful and is in need of a nerf. Overall, Leon’s been getting better and better in every update with his insane damage and sneaky super.8. Sandy: Sandy is Mr. Consistent in Brawl Stars. It’s been at least a year that he has been featured on these lists. Sandy got a small nerf to his gadget that makes the opponents sleep, but not one that completely takes him out of the top 10. Cycle Sandy supers and use the gadgets effectively, and you will destroy the enemies with him.7. Byron: Byron is an interesting brawler in these rankings. He hasn’t had any balance changes for months but ended up sliding into the top 10 and being viable in every mode. Byron basically took Gene’s place in the meta and is amazing when paired with tanky brawlers. Byron has always had a great kit, and he just needed the right nerfs to the right brawlers to be good.6. Mortis: Mortis has climbed from the bottom half of the brawlers all the way to the 6th spot. The change to the star power Coiled Snake was the change that made him overpowered, and he basically has two star powers at all times. Mortis will for sure get a nerf to Creepy Harvest next balance changes, but push him while he’s dominating!The “B” Brawlers That Are Breaking Brawl Stars (1-5)5. Pam: Pam has and always will be one of the most underrated brawlers in Brawl Stars. She has a gadget and star power combination that is so so lethal and unexpected that enemies never see it coming. Pam’s damage can be inconsistent at times, but she still has enough to counter almost every brawler in the game.4. Brock: Brock is another beneficiary of the latest balance changes and his damage buff. A few weeks ago, he needed an emergency nerf because of how broken he was, but he has still maintained his spot in the meta. Brock’s rocket fuel gadget is amazing and has always been one of the best in the game. Push Brock while he’s at the top.3. Stu: Stu stays atop the rankings, even after Supercell made a few big changes. He still has crazy mobility and damage, which is why I think he continues to destroy competitions. He definitely isn’t as broken as he was a few months ago, but he still counters almost every brawler in the game and is the 3rd best brawler in the game.2. Buzz: I’m glad Buzz is getting the recognition he deserves from the community because he has been underrated since his release. The mechanic of him being able to stun, kill, stun, kill, repeat makes him overpowered to the max, and players finally realize how good he is. Buzz is super fun to play and can change the course of the game with his stuns.1. Belle: Belle continues to be the best brawler in the game, and it’s not very close. In almost every map and mode, Belle is the most dominant brawler. She has the perfect kit with great damage, long-range, and good health. She will most certainly get a nerf soon, and it is well-deserved after she has shredded through the meta for months.5 Honorable Mentions For the Top 10ByronTaraSpikeRicoCrow

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CDL Stage V Tournament Begins on Thursday, Last One Before 2021 Championship

This is the final week of the 2021 season before the Championship in August, let’s take a look at what to expect in this action-packed four days of gameplay at CDL Stage V. CDL Stage V Week 3 Stage 5 RecapIn the final week of Stage 5, many matches went exactly how they were projected to be with almost little to zero upsets throughout the week. This also marked the last week that there will be online tournaments, with the hopes of moving to LAN in this tournament and the championship.Paris Legion versus New York Subliners – New York wins 3-2Both of these teams split the Hardpoint matches as New York won Garrison 250-244, and Paris won Apocalypse 250-124. Paris had won the first Search and Destroy mode 6-5 on Moscow, and New York won the only Control match 3-1 on Garrison as well. The final match came down to another Search and Destroy on Standoff, where New York absolutely dominated, winning 6-1.London Royal Ravens versus Optic Chicago – Chicago wins 3-0In a match that everyone expected the heavily favored Optic Chicago team to win, they did that and then some. Absolute dominance from the start as they began the sweep with a 250-204 win in Hardpoint on Raid. Then they won a close Search and Destroy match on Moscow, 6-4. To close it off and complete the sweep they won Control on Raid again 3-2. Florida Mutineers versus Toronto Ultra – Toronto wins 3-1Toronto jumped out to an early 1-0 lead by taking the first Hardpoint match on Raid, 214-202. Florida then answered back by winning narrowly in Search and Destroy on Standoff 6-5. Toronto then won the next 2 games, 3-2 in Control on Garrison and 250-137 in Hardpoint on Raid again, to close out the match.Seattle Surge versus Dallas Empire – Dallas wins 3-0A massive shocker to the home team Seattle, they were absolutely dominated from the jump. Dallas won 250-168 in Hardpoint on the raid, 6-3 in Search and Destroy on Standoff and 3-2 in Control on Garrison. London Royal Ravens versus Paris Legion – London wins 3-2This match started off with London jumping to a very quick 2-0 lead. They won 250-136 in Hardpoint on Checkmate, and 6-5 in Search and Destroy on Garrison. Paris would not go out that easy, they won the next two matches. 3-2 in Control on Raid, and 250-169 in Hardpoint on Apocalypse. It would come down to a final match of Search and Destroy on Miami, London would win 6-5 and give themselves the bye in the eliminated bracket for the Major. Florida Mutineers versus Minnesota Rokkr – Minnesota wins 3-0Minnesota absolutely dominated this match and it was never close for Florida. They won 250-146 in Hardpoint on Garrison, 6-5 in Search and Destroy on Moscow, and closed it out with a 3-0 win in Control on Garrison. This match win gives Minnesota a spot in the Winners bracket for the Major.Los Angeles Thieves versus Optic Chicago – Los Angeles wins 3-2Los Angeles looked completely out of it after just 2 rounds, they were playing awful and were not able to get any sort of momentum against Chicago. Chicago took a commanding 2-0 lead by winning 250-72 in Hardpoint on Moscow and 6-1 in Search and Destroy on Express. But Los Angeles found a spark in the Control match where they would win 3-1 and stave off elimination. They would then go on to win the next 2 games and complete the full comeback. 250-196 in Hardpoint on Checkmate and 6-3 in Search and Destroy on Moscow.Seattle Surge versus Los Angeles Guerrillas – Seattle wins 3-0After being swept by Dallas earlier in the week, Seattle had a redemption game and was able to dominate the worst team in the league. They won 250-108 in Hardpoint on Apocalypse, 6-2 in Search and Destroy on Moscow and 3-0 in Control on Garrison.New York Subliners versus Atlanta Faze – Atlanta wins 3-0The best team in the league right now showed exactly why, dominating New York in a quick 3-0 fashion. Atlanta won 250-107 in Hardpoint on Checkmate, 6-1 in Search and Destroy on Express and 3-0 in Control on Garrison. This moves Atlanta into the winners’ bracket of the Major.Toronto Ultra versus Dallas Empire – Dallas wins 3-1In the last match of the week, Dallas was able to withstand the late pushes from Toronto throughout. Dallas won 250-231 in Hardpoint on Raid, 6-4 in Search and Destroy on Express, but lost 3-2 in Control on Raid. They quickly bounced back and clinched the win with a 250-216 win in Hardpoint on Garrison.CDL Stage V ScheduleWinners Bracket:Toronto Ultra versus Los Angeles ThievesShould be a great matchup here, I think that Toronto will continue their success from the previous week and get the win. Winner faces Optic Chicago in round 2.Atlanta Faze versus Minnesota Rokkr Arguably the two best teams this past stage, I think Atlanta has nothing to lose here and will play a bit more riskier, giving Minnesota a sneak win. The winner will face Dallas in round 2.Elimination:New York Subliners versus Los Angeles GuerrillasLos Angeles has been absolutely garbage this season, and I think that they have no chance in any tournament. New York should take this easily and face off against Florida in round 2.Seattle Surge versus Paris LegionI don’t want to discredit Seattle’s success in the last week, but they did get swept by the winners and swept the worst team in the league. I think Paris has been more consistent and can easily take this win. They should move on and face off against the London Royal Ravens in round 2.With the Major V tournament determining seedings in the Championship, so many teams have a lot to play for here, while some are just trying to boost their morale heading into the next season. It should be fun to watch all the matches this weekend. 

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