Ferocitys
Maurice Henriquez 
USA
Team Kaliber
Almost makes a comeback
May 17, 2018
Ferocitys nearly turned around a losing series in a 3-2 loss with a 83/75 KD on Wednesday of the CWL Pro League Stage 2.
ANALYSIS
Despite coming in the shadow of Team Kaliber's legendary roster, Ferocitys has slotted himself excellently with the rest of the team. Ferocitys can play just fast and aggressive enough to keep up with Kenny and Accuracy, the two fastest players behind ZooMa and Scump. Then with Ferocitys's added versatility with his sniper play, he can help his team in almost situation. Unfortunately, the team's tactics weren't up to snuff compared to Red Reserve. Ferocitys attempted to turn around Round 5 Search & Destroy by running a sniper rifle, winning three rounds by getting get early picks, but it wasn't enough to defeat a clever Red Reserve. He ended Round 5 Search & Destroy with a KD.
Hot start in win
May 16, 2018
Ferocitys came out on fire in the 3-2 win over Echo Fox on Day 1 of CWL Global Pro League, Stage 2.
ANALYSIS
Ferocitys had a huge start to this match. He and Saints were big reasons why they climbed out of the 50-2 hole they were left in due to Temp and Echo Fox. He ended up putting together a strong two-way game as they clawed back to squeak out a 250-247 win, netting 33 kills and nearly 2:00 on the objective. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw him fall back into a support role, as Kenny's double digit kills led them to an 11-game loss. Round 3 Capture the Flag saw him play solid defense but provide little offense in the 2-1 loss. Round 4 Hardpoint saw him get out to a hot start like he did in the previous Hardpoint round, but he did not have the staying power he did in the first round. He went 27/28 with over a minute on the hill in this round; he did well, but he was not their leader. He provided solid support to Kenny in Round 5 Search & Destroy, as they won the round and the game.
Shreds on a sniper rifle
April 22, 2018
Ferocitys gained a hot hand in a 3-2 loss to Echo Fox on Sunday at CWL Seattle, dropping out and placing 6th at the event.
ANALYSIS
Ferocitys has been a great addition to the now legendary Team Kaliber, helping the team clutch out their Round 2 Search & Destroy. He was helpful in other rounds thanks to his flexibility, especially in Round 4 Hardpoint, but Round 2 Search & Destroy was firmly his map. Echo Fox stole the lead thanks to their strong rotations. It wasn't until Ferocitys picked up a sniper rifle in Game 6 that things changed. He as able to land an insane triple kill with his sniper in Game 6 before carrying that momentum to the end of the map. However, when Ferocitys tried to repeat his hot sniper shot in Round 5 Search & Destroy, he was far, far less successful against the speedy Echo Fox.
Shores up the defense
April 21, 2018
Ferocitys came out of the gate screaming in a 3-1 win over Splyce on Friday of CWL Seattle.
ANALYSIS
After disappearing from Stage 1 due to organizational woes, Ferocitys has made his return with Team Kaliber. He fit in easily with Team Kaliber's fast and aggressive tactics, partnering especially well with Kenny. The two players were able to rush Splyce, with Ferocitys surviving as some frontline protection for AR players Accuracy and Methodz. He was able to easily pressure Splyce's limp defenses, softening them up for Accuracy and Methodz to take down while also distracting them from Kenny's flanks. The Hardpoint rounds perfectly showed this off as he was often the first one on objectives for his team.
Lands with Team Kaliber
April 11, 2018
Ferocitys will join Team Kaliber heading into the CWL Seattle Open and Stage 2 of the CWL Pro League, the organization confirmed on Tuesday.
ANALYSIS
Ferocitys was perhaps the biggest surprise during a Tuesday chalk full of surprises, as the former eRa slayer will join by far his biggest organization since the start of his career. Fero is expected to main the second sub and act as a second fast-paced player alongside Kenny, and also brings a resounding Search and Destroy presence to the team.
Free Agent
Will become free agent
March 26, 2018
Ferocitys announced he will enter free agency upon the conclusion of Stage 1.
ANALYSIS
It's not a surprising move, given the roster as a whole has decided to leave the eRa organization after it failed to pay the players, but its a bit surprising to see Ferocitys leave his teammates after having some success during Stage 1. Rumors are now beginning to churn up linking Ferocitys with Parasite and compLexity Gaming, as the organization remains one of the biggest in the scene to not have a spot in the Pro League.
Weak start in loss
February 28, 2018
Ferocitys did some good things after a weak start, but eRa still lost 3-1 to Rise Nation on day 1 of Week 6 of the CWL Global Pro League, Stage 1.
ANALYSIS
Ferocitys worst round came in Round 1 Hardpoint. It was by far his worst round; he went 21/31, and got outslain by a strong Rise Nation performance. He looked sluggish out of the gate, and Rise took complete advantage. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw him turn it around, and he put together a strong showing. He, Bevils and late-round Ricky were dominant, and a big reason why they won the round. He ran out to a 5/2 start, and he built on it from there. Round 3 Capture the Flag saw Ferocitys be the only member of eRa to do anything against a strong defensive performance from Rise Nation. He went 11/5 early in the first half, and turned that into an excellent 24/16 finish. He had no teammate above 15 kills, however, as their offense was far from good enough to get through Rise's defense. Round 4 Hardpoint was a weird round for him. He had 30 kills, but he paired that with 30 deaths. It was a combination of Rise being great in the round, and Ferocitys trying to push the play as much as possible.
Plays well in bad loss
February 23, 2018
Ferocitys had a good slaying performance, but eRa were woefully outclassed by Red Reserve on Thursday, during the third week of the CWL Global Pro League, Stage 1.
ANALYSIS
Ferocitys, for the most part, did not let his team's struggles get to him, and put together a rather solid display in this match. He was the only good player for Red Reserve overall, including Round 1 Hardpoint, but it was far from enough to run with Red Reserve. He led his team in kills in the first round (25) as well had Hardpoint time (1:11). He led his team in kills again in Round 3 Capture the Flag with 15, but he had trouble consistently getting kills, ending with 17 deaths. That was a testament to Red Reserve's strong defense rather than anything else. In between those two rounds, he had a rather invisible Round 2 Search & Destroy, highlighted by an excellent use of a smoke grenade to escape and waste time, winning Game 8. Overall, he was good, although not as good as he has been in the tournament.
Strong slayer in reverse sweep win
February 21, 2018
Ferocitys was an excellent slayer in this match, as eRa topped off Tuesday's CWL Global Pro League, Stage 1 matches with a surprising reverse sweep of OpTic Gaming.
ANALYSIS
Even in the first two rounds, where OpTic Gaming handled eRa relatively easily, Ferocitys slayed well. He had a 29/30 KD in Round 1 Hardpoint, leading his team in kills. The KD was not impressive, but a lot of that had to do with how overwhelming OpTic Gaming was. He had one of their two final kills in Round 2 Search & Destroy, but otherwise was stifled. Round 3 Capture the Flag was step one in their reverse sweep, and Ferocitys was a big part of that. He had the first flag cap, to open up the scoring, and added a second flag cap and 27 kills to that. He was a part of a three-headed monster complied of him, Ricky and Decemate, which dominated the kill feed and gave them supreme map control. Ferocitys was even better in Round 4 Hardpoint, notching a ridiculous 40 kills and providing them with a steady slaying ability through the ups and downs of the close round. Ferocitys had a five killstreak that gave them the map control to get to 250 points, and a decisive Round 5 Search & Destroy. His strong play continued into that fifth round, a round in which he had an ace in Game 2, and over ten kills to provide a leading hand for the 10-game win.
Nearly makes a godlike play
January 31, 2018
Ferocitys nearly clutched the series for his team in a 1-3 loss on Day 5 of Stage 1 CWL Pro League.
ANALYSIS
Ferocitys had all the makings to pull a Team Kaliber on Red Reserve and simply just clutch up at vital moments. Unfortunatly, the follow through wasn't there from him or his team. Ferocitys' biggest moment come in Round 1 Hardpoint on Gibraltar on the third Castle Road hill. Somehow, Ferocitys was able to secure a six-kill streak that gave him full Scorestreaks that not only secured the Hardpoint but also spawned Red Reserve out, all while Red Reserve was only a handful of points from winning the map. Ferocitys rained Scorestreaks on Red Reserve's spawns, trying to cut them off, but eRa Eternity's failure to rotate them caused them to whiff Ferocitys' insane streak.
Solid showing in win
January 25, 2018
Ferocitys played a very good game in the sweep win over Mindfreak that gave eRa their first win of the CWL Global Pro League Stage 1 season.
ANALYSIS
Round 1 Hardpoint saw eRa put on a show, playing well as a unit en route to a rather easy win. Ferocitys had his fun in the round, adding 31 kills and 53 seconds on the objective in the round. Mindfreak just could not keep up with the slaying ability of Ferocitys and eRa, in this round, or the others. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw Ferocitys provide solid support behind Decemate's strong showing. He added in the final kill in Game 4, and an ace in Game 7 (including two with the duelist pistols) en route to an eighth game win. Round 3 Capture the Flag was the closest round, finishing 2-1 in overtime. Ferocitys did not slay to the best of his ability until the latter stages of the round, but he had both of his team's flag caps in the win.
Excellent Search & Destroy performance forgotten in loss
January 24, 2018
Ferocitys put together an excellent performance in the lone Search & Destroy round, but Echo Fox still came out on top 3-1 in the Division A, CWL Global Pro League Stage 1 match.
ANALYSIS
Ferocitys had a rather quiet start to this match, putting in a pedestrian performance in Round 1 Hardpoint. He struggled on the objective, compiling a lonely one second on the Hardpoint in the round. He also had some slaying struggles, going 23/29 as eRa blew an early lead to lose the round. Round 2 Search & Destroy was an excellent round for Ferocitys, as he influenced nearly every round. He had five first bloods through the first nine rounds, and had a bevy of big kills. He finished off Game 1, and had an ace in Game 4 (which included a kill with a grenade toss and dueling pistols). He was all over the place, ending the round with double-digit kills. Despite that, Echo Fox won the round. Round 3 Capture the Flag was eRa's highlight performance as a team. They suffocated Echo Fox, and won rather easily. They strung kills together at will, and Echo Fox could not get their offense going at all. Ferocitys was okay in the first half (though he gave them a 2-0 lead), but his second-half performance was excellent, and was a big reason why Echo Fox struggled to get anything going, as they simply could not slay with Ferocitys and eRa in this round. That would switch in Round 4 Hardpoint, as eRa wilted under an excellent performance from Saints, Assault and Aqua. They had no answer for them, and barely got any offense as a result. Fero went 13/25 with just 32 seconds on the Hardpoint, and was as bad as the statline sounds.
Does his best in loss
January 23, 2018
Ferocitys tried to bring his team up to Team Kaliber's level, but was wholly unsuccessful in a 3-0 sweep on Tuesday during Stage 1 of the CWL Pro League.
ANALYSIS
Ferocitys was one of the main catalysts for eRa in this series, but it simply wasn't enough of a catalyst to stop a strong Team Kaliber squad. He tallied plenty time on the point during the opening Hardpoint round, but couldn't get much going with the rest of his team. It simply looked as though eRa was missing a step compared to Kaliber. A better metric of where this team sits will come when they play against a team that isn't coming off back-to-back Open wins.
Signs on with eRa
January 20, 2018
Ferocitys will team with eRa Eternity entering Stage 1 of the CWL Pro League, the organization relayed on Friday.
ANALYSIS
Not much can be said that hasn't already been discussed when referring to DooM's miraculous open bracket run at CWL New Orleans. Thanks to the 9th-12th place finish, Ferocitys and the rest of his teammates snuck into Stage 1 of the CWL Pro League, and as a result, clinched representation from a new organization, as DooM was only expected to cover the roster's airfare and living expenses over the course of the LAN event. Whether or not this team can compete with the upper echelons of the competitive scene remains to be seen, but the fact Ferocitys and the rest of eRa got to this point should be considered a major win.
Ricky's team under DooM brand
January 7, 2018
Ferocitys will join DooM, the organization announced on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
An organization more known for its streaming presence than anything in the competitive realm, Ferocitys officially joins Ricky's team prior to CWL New Orleans. While the proposed team will be without Blazt, who left the lineup for Enigma6 prior to the LAN pool play lineup lock, this new unit has enough promise to potentially make a run through the open bracket.
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