Well, his paladin partner who was being ridiculed and mocked on the Emberstorm forums for his less-than-stellar play in a series against a mirror bucked up and started to disclaim the majority of the accusations targeted at his supposedly poor play (he did, however, admit to having mediocre positioning during the series they played against these trash talkers)
So this is when Ogc, the dual #1 title warlock (Both titles coming from Emberstorm 5v5, the fiercest bracket and battlegroup in the US, with his first #1 title ending up as a three-way tie) got sick of his paladin's trash talking over the forums and decided to give him the boot from the team that he has been on since the start of the season. Even though he has put in just as much time as the other four waiting for q's to pop and playing in nearly 500 games, it didn't matter to Ogc.
The reason for the kick was that he broke the third rule on Ogc's list that was given to him to follow when he was invited back to the team earlier this season. (He was hacked several months back and the perpetrator removed all of his items/gold/gear, as well as dropping his arena teams)
1) Different gems/enchants/gear/spec.
2) No screwing us over once we got close to 3k.
3) Stop being a douchebag over AJ.
I question all of you reading, who wouldn't retort back if you were being solely targeted for every single arena game you've ever lost? What's even more worrying is what type of person needs to be so controlling that they give you a set of rules that if you do not faithfully obey, you'll be punished, irregardless of your 6months of time and participation of logging on to do 5v5 games?
The Paladin's Angered Message to Ogc:
Can you honestly blame him though for carelessly making a remark to the person who just wasted 6months of his life? I know I'd be furious(PUN).
It doesn't end there, though, oh no. Ogc had to make it publically aware on the forums that he did this, and even proceeded to make a trailer (the full video will be out in the next couple of days I imagine) out of it to further humiliate his teammate.
The trailer of the video can be found here:
In the video it's made aware that the Paladin was born without a corpus callusum, meaning he has difficulties in complex problem solving, and social difficulties (missing subtle social cues), even though his Intelligence Quotient is most likely normal
My niece was born the same way, and to make it a public fact with having the sole intention of it to be able to be used against him as insults is just infuriating, I can firmly attest that I have absolutely zero respect for Ogc, and what he has done.
After further research it has come to light that Ogc has threatened his teammates in the past (besides giving them a set rulebook to follow).
His response to Walka (Paladin now of Nightfall) who said he, too, was almost kicked from Ogc's 5v5 back in S4.
Ogc almost kicked me s4
I threatened it to get you to play last night, I just wanted to make sure everyone was there. I mean honestly you were a good guy the whole season through, we just needed you to be there that last night, your position was never in danger.
Who would ever want to play with someone that threatens to remove you from the arena team the last day of the season if you do not skip work, school, or whatever you do and log on to make sure no one breaks your deal to three way tie Brutal Gladiator in 5v5 on Emberstorm?
I certainly know I wouldn't want to be put through the stress of playing with someone as controlling as Ogc, and I hope none of you reading this would either.
To end off, it's one thing to remove someone off the first place arena team, that they, just as you, put 6months of hard work into, but to make fun of the way someone is born and to exploit it? That to me is just lower than low, you are truly scum, Ogc.