2017 Top 10 Malaysian osu!standard Players [Result]

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zisamEr
1. wuhua
2. Rampax
3. ClawViper
4. TequilaWolf
5. ffstar
6. Rumia-
7. Ex6TenZ

i restructure the vote, idk the rest actually.. :o
NazzzF
1. Wuhua - A true champ. Has plenty of top 50 material. No doubt the best player in Malaysia
2. Rampax - Can farm on demand :^). One of a few previous legends that are still active.
3. ffstar - Our star shines again as he obtains 3rd place in OMT. Crazy HD tech player. Great all-rounder.
4. ShaneLiang - Getting into OWC team is no easy task. Clearly a better player out of all the newcomer.
5. Rumia- Still a HardRock legend. Always respect a HardRock legend.
6. Desumond - Much improvement this year. HD pro.
7. TequilaWolf - 2nd place for OMT. Comeback for OWC. Feels like this guy has more potential than what he's shown.
8. King Hong - Malaysia continue its trend with more HD player!!1!111!
9. zisamEr - All he needs to do is to stay active to be on my ranking :^) Crazy HD skill. Underrated IMO.
10. - Vyx - - Pretty consistent up and coming player.


Maybe Next Time

ZheVulture - THIS GUY LOWKEY A LEGEND HAHAHA JUST NOW 3K COMBO ON HIGAN KIKOU WOULD VOTE IF HE HAS 6K PP WTF THIS PP LIMIT SUXX
ClawViper - Still hang around. OWC Captain.
Haruchi - Late comeback but definitely worthy of a top player.

Vote based on their overall skills and how much points i want to give them (if i vote them high, doesnt mean they're better than the player below them k)
SolarFox
1. wuhua
2. Rampax
3. ffstar - 6 years of activity and mouse-only
4. Ex6TenZ - I can't fly through the sky~ But I have the wings of my dream~
5. TequilaWolf - mariana trench
6. Rumia- - cute girls and loli hentai resources supplier :)
7. ClawViper - 29/3/2017 - Retired
8. Desumond - 30-day rank growth spurt
9. ShaneLiang
10. zisamEr - 7 years and counting

maybe next time:
King Hong - HD beast
- Vyx - - active
Price - sameperson123
Haruchi - glad to have you back :)
CantBeTaymed
Tzemetal
Amane-
Jeffrey
here i come

1) wuhua

What more can I say, after years of xsrsbsns' reign over the throne and finally stepping down, it was a battle between ClawViper and Rampax for that seat, and wuhua appeared and took the throne all to himself, probably for quite some time to come. Champion of OMT 2017 especially with Scarlet's mappool, insane plays, consistency in tournaments, ability to play everything, he is the undisputed legend of Malaysia.

2) Rampax

He has always remained in the top 3 for quite some time, despite all the new challengers coming in. Already skillful in high AR and high BPM DT plays, he now adds to his repertoire the ability to play HD proficiently and even picking up AR8 HD, making him a truly all-rounded player. Not to mention his contributions in OWC as one of the core players, together with his crazy plays, Rampax deserves the number 2 spot behind wuhua.

3) ffstar

I have always looked up to ffstar and respected his abilities to play many different kinds of maps, from weird technical maps to AR8 HD. But this year, as if playing with mouse only isn't amazing enough, he climbed up the rankings quickly and even emerged as 3rd place in OMT, and being able to play almost every mod including HR.

4) ClawViper

wher supp? xd
Jokes aside, ClawViper is one of the most consistent and versatile players I've met, and with his raw aim and his unlocked streaming skills, he has become an unstoppable force and has even managed to claim the throne for a period of time. Together with being the captain of OWC and many other tournaments, he has earned great respect from most of the Malaysian community.

5) TequilaWolf

toromi hearts pls
Being the champion for OMT 2015, he came back once again to challenge OMT 2017, with a brand new, diverse mappool and emerged as 2nd place. With his past crazy plays, he remains as one of the most versatile players, being able to play all mods and his stamina to maintain long streams at insanely high BPM like toromi hearts. Not to mention his consistency to play long ass marathon maps and his accuracy even on v2, it still impresses me till this day (srsly wtf 97% on subconsciousness)

6) Ex6TenZ

Played a few tournaments with him before, and he really shows the spirit to train the ability to play consistently in tournaments. Never forgetting his DT FCs in OWC that were crucial to Malaysia's victory over Austria, he also prides himself as an all-rounded tournament player, being able to play a wide range of mods. And with his recent scores, he has showcased his abilities to play high BPM maps at high AR, and has much more potential to reach higher.

7) ShaneLiang

A new player on the board this year, he has performed well for OMT, emerging as one of the top contenders. His ability to play HD is pretty formidable, and his ability to alternate proficiently allowed him to play many high BPM maps, and not forgetting his play on Nisemono Chuuihou.

8) zisamEr

Once a legend always a legend. Known for his amazing accuracy and finger control, he has set many impressive scores throughout the year. Despite being limited by his ability to play high AR and high BPM, his abilities to play low AR, low BPM and old style maps is practically unrivaled.

9) Rumia-

senpai uwu
When he goes crazy, he goes crazy. With his recent slew of HR scores, he has always been one of the best HR players of Malaysia for many years, and he further strengthened his ability to do so with his recent plays. I mean, No title HR FC is just wtf. But other than that, he has also displayed versatility in playing other mods throughout the year, even with a period of setting several HD scores and at another time being one of the NM legends. I respect him greatly as a player and as a mapper, and I look up to him as a fellow HR player.

10) King Hong

He gained his fame some time last year or start of this year, with his ability to play with insanely high accuracy with HD and his finger control skills. Being able to play low BPM maps efficiently, he is seemingly the descendant of one of our legends zisamEr. He has much potential to go further in the future, if he keeps up his consistency and tries to play more different mods.
Jack0Jack
1.Wuhua -Godlike speed and accuracy

2.Rampax -ever seen malaysia sonic?

3.Desumond - adapt,improvise,overcome
Desumond
1. Rampax
2. ClawViper
3. wuhua
4. - Vyx -
5. TequilaWolf
6. ffstar
7. ShaneLiang
8. King Hong
9. Ex6TenZ
10. Amane-

- Wish you guys luck on getting top 10! ;)
IceFireNinja
1. wuhua - 2 digit lejen
2. ClawViper - dem hdhr plays
3. Rampax - dat yomi yori fc wtf
4. TequilaWolf - omt 2k15 champ
5. Ex6TenZ - great tourney player
6. Desumond - dat amakakeru hoshi choke
7. ShaneLiang - dat hitorigoto fc
8. ffstar - mouse only wtf
9. Rumia- - dem hr plays
10. King Hong - dem leaderboard plays
Rico007
1. wuhua
2. Rampax
3. ClawViper
4. Amane-
5. Desumond
ClawViper
This might sound extremely mean/elitist but I don't think votes from Jack0Jack, IceFireNinja and Rico007 should be included in the points. From their profiles (36 playcount, 580 playcount, and 255 playcount respectively), the legitimacy of their votes can be called into question as it is clear that none of these players have actually played the game enough to form a judgment on anything. I think a system needs to be put in place in order to prevent potential abuse (I am not bringing any accusations of multi-accounting/people asking their friends to vote for them, just a general thought.)


I suggest that we should set a minimum play count before the player is eligible to vote. Number is pretty open for debate, although I would think 3,000 plays would be a rather fair number. Any feedback on this point?
TequilaWolf

ClawViper wrote:

Hi,

This might sound extremely mean/elitist but I don't think votes from Jack0Jack, IceFireNinja and Rico007 should be included in the points. From their profiles (36 playcount, 580 playcount, and 255 playcount respectively), the legitimacy of their votes can be called into question as it is clear that none of these players have actually played the game enough to form a judgment on anything. I think a system needs to be put in place in order to prevent potential abuse (I am not bringing any accusations of multi-accounting/people asking their friends to vote for them, just a general thought.)


I suggest that we should set a minimum play count before the player is eligible to vote. Number is pretty variable, although I would think 3,000 plays would be a rather fair number. Any feedback on this point?
MEANIE :HamaCry:
xsrsbsns

TequilaWolf wrote:

MEANIE :HamaCry:
:Sha Sha Sha:

Placeholder while we're at it :)
Topic Starter
ffstar

ClawViper wrote:

Hi,

This might sound extremely mean/elitist but I don't think votes from Jack0Jack, IceFireNinja and Rico007 should be included in the points. From their profiles (36 playcount, 580 playcount, and 255 playcount respectively), the legitimacy of their votes can be called into question as it is clear that none of these players have actually played the game enough to form a judgment on anything. I think a system needs to be put in place in order to prevent potential abuse (I am not bringing any accusations of multi-accounting/people asking their friends to vote for them, just a general thought.)


I suggest that we should set a minimum play count before the player is eligible to vote. Number is pretty variable, although I would think 3,000 plays would be a rather fair number. Any feedback on this point?
Thanks for the suggestion. I agree that a player should at least be "active" in this game in order to be able to judge other players' skill. Based on what I know, the Chinese community also set a similar rule for it. To avoid any suspicious votes again, I think I will take your suggestion into consideration. Hopefully this will keep the voting stage fair. I feel really sad that I have to add this kind of rule to prevent any abuse.

Due to the changes above, these votes are invalid:
1) Jack0Jack
2) IceFireNinja
3) Rico007
sushipack321
1. Wuhua - Obvious reasons
2. Rampax - Never got the chance to farm till #1
3. ClawViper - Was this year's #1
4. ffstar - one handed meister.
5. Price - His top plays are mostly done this year. Too bad people forgot about him.(Would've put him higher if he was active throughout the year)
6. TequilaWolf - :)
7. Ex6tenz - EXTREMELY good at tourneys
8. ShaneLiang - Too bad he didn't get to play in his first owc. Very fast improver
9. Rumia - I'm sure if he gets the HR form back he'll be in top 10 easily
10. King Hong - Dem HD skills
EclipseFox-
1. Desumond
2. wuhua
3. TequilaWolf
4. Rumia-
5. ffstar
6. Rampax
7. ClawViper
8. ShaneLiang
9. King Hong
10. YukiZura-
AngeIsim
1. Desumond

2. King Hong

3. Tzemetal

Amazing players and frequent uploaders to: http://www.osuplays.com/index2.php
PurpleSatanWeed
1. Wuhua
2. Rampax
3. Clawviper
4. TequilaWolf
5. ShaneLiang
6. ffstar
7. Rumia
8. Ex6TenZ
9. Desumond
10.King Hong

If it's optional I won't do it then :kappa:
ZheBait
1. Wuhua
2. Rampax
3. ClawViper
4. TequilaWolf
5. ffstar
6. Rumia-
7. ShaneLiang
8. Ex6tenz
9. Desumond
10. -Vyx-
MythicalClown
1. Wuhua (omg senpai teach me how to aim and acc plz)
2. ClawViper (owo how to acc)
3. Rampax
4. Rumia- (Oh hi I gib marshmallow and upload walk this way >:c)
5. TequilaWolf
6. ffstar
7. Haruchi
8. Desumond
9. -Vyx-
10. King Hong

omg hi I vote for Malaysian players but not for my own country one wtf kms
ShaneLiang
1. wuhua
2. TequilaWolf
3. Rampax
4. Clawviper
5. Amane-
6. ffstar
7. Desumond
8 . Ex6Tenz
9. Rumia-
10. - Vyx -

Pls dont hate me if I missed someone or am not familiar with anyone <3
Voting is stressful D:

Honorable Mentions

Bck-ON <3
King Hong
haruchi
Rawn
1.xsrsbsnsz
2.wuhua
3.rampax
4.zisamEr
5.amane-
6.TequilaWolf
7.clawviper
8.haruchi
9.ffstar
10.Desumond

Away from osu community for 2 years, sorry for bad vote :(
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