Champions are the best players in BFS. They have completed superhuman tasks, and have personally proven their skill to SuperCloud9. Champions can be removed if they are inactive or lose their skill. As of February 26th, 2018, there are two champions for each class.
Current Champions (In order of Senority)Edit
|First Generation||fyzu(Wiki account)||Sorovodor (Wiki account) (previously known as ironhide2962)||Blizziey||EvilJacobthehero2013 (Wiki account)|
|Second Generation||Gallatheus (previously known as Gallatmon, ReverseLokz)||Sollestice||GummyJelly (previously known as PyroMaster870)||Shadowharst|
|N/A||elfstone||blader84||mikkjal134 (Wiki account)|
As a reward for their skill, Champions are granted many benefits in BFS. Champions are promoted to the Champion rank in the BFS Fanclub, and get their name mentioned in the description of the game and on the Champion display in the lobby. Champions also wield a special "Champion" name title in game, and when the 2nd half of the Rebirth update is released, champions will get the Champion Mysteliate.
How do I become a champion? Edit
Champion status is only for the most elite BFS players. In order to attain it, you must complete a ridiculously difficult task in BFS. This can be thing like:
- Soloing the game without deaths.
- Soloing the game without taking damage.
- Soloing the game on mobile.
- Soloing the game with no mysts or weapons.
- Soloing the game as a very low level.
- Soloing the current hardest chapter as the class you want to main as.
Ultimately, it's SuperCloud9's decision on whether or not you're worthy of becoming a champion. Completing just one of these tasks may be enough to give you champion, or it may not. Even completing all of these tasks might not be enough; Champion requirements get crazier and more difficult as time progresses. Keep in mind that you need either video footage, or SuperCloud9 or one of the other champions to be there watching you complete the task.