"vVv has been everything that I could have asked for in an organization. It took me in when I was at the bottom of the ladder, where I slowly climbed up to the point where I was near the top. vVv taught me that a ladder rank isn't everything -- If one simply uses one abusive strategy to make it to the near top, he doesn't possess a passion for the game or a drive to continue to improve. I learned standard builds, began to explore the meta-game, and reached the top of American play. Just a little over a year with vVv and I grew from a completely inexperienced kid playing an RTS to reaching #1 grandmaster on the North American Ladder, winning tournaments and placing highly at live events. I truly would like to extend my thanks to all the members of vVv who have helped me -- from the "golden age" of vVv Starcraft II in the first few months of the game to the solid group of guys that I had the honor of playing with this last Spring."
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