This is a list of tournaments for the game Myth II: Soulblighter.

The second of the Myth series, originally created by Bungie and later maintained by Take 2 Games (now called Take 2 Interactive), Myth II: Soulblighter was by far the most popular and played host to many tournaments. Most tournaments were played in '2-team', individual 'free for all', or '1 versus 1' formats. Other formats, such as team 'free for all', '2 versus 2', '3 versus 3' and cooperative formats have also been used, but less frequently. Some of the tournaments, such as the co-operative ones or Online Gaming Ladder were more competitions than tournaments but are worthy of note in this article.

This article is incomplete, and does not include non-standard Myth II maps. While it includes 3rd party maps, they are all based on Bungie's original unit tagset.

Myth World Cup Edit

The largest tournament of any given year, and one of the longest running series (one a year since 1998 other than 2002). Discussed in depth on Main Myth World Cup article. MWC is a full-team tournament, so is also listed in the 2-team tournaments list below.

Full Team Tournaments Edit

Full-Team Tournaments are a series of myth games played between two teams at a time (similar to any real world team sporting tournament (ex. Soccer World Cup). Full-Team Tournaments are the most popular tournament type on Myth, because they allow order/clan play and allow weaker players to have a role without an individual player's skill level being as major a win/lose factor as it would be in smaller teams, or if they played on their own. Because of this, MWC has always been a full-team tournament.

Notable tournament series includes (detailed further up the page), Major League Myth, National Myth League - but Myth World Cup has always dominated the scene.

Major League Myth Moridin CPEvil Inc.Madrigal Chamber of Commerce
IFR UnknownCivil OrderWFL
Online Gaming LadderFeb-April 1999RavagerCivil OrderBMF
Cloudspine CombatMar-April 1999UnknownAkA
The Forge League (TFL)July-August 1999Rolling rockCivil OrderThe Companions
Culloden HillMay-August 1999Abaddon Desf/GundaCivil OrderThe Companions
Myth World Cup 1999May-August 1999ButcherCivil OrderBMFMWC99
Major League Myth 2 Moridin CPCivil OrderWolf Pack
National Myth LeagueJan-April 2000Rolling RockStreet FightersRandom Oblivion NML
MWC 2000May-August 2000Stinger et al..Street FightersGinslingers MWC2000
National Myth League 2August-December 2000Rolling Rock et al.Men of RohanOld Skool Wankers
Desert Fox BrandtakeMen of RohanGlue the Moose
Champions of MythDecember 2000-March 2001StrikeNorthern PaladinsBatman & Robin
The Blood TournamentMarch-May 2001Sir Mick et al.Northern PaladinsThe Wight Foundation
MWC 2001May-August 2001Wight Slayer et al.Northern PaladinsTeam Angry FaceMWC01
For Unlawful Carnage Killing Pagan God/LimpNorthern PaladinsD0ng B0mb
The Fall ClassicNovember 2002-Jan 2003PMAsNorthern PaladinsBlood PactTFC
MWC 2003May-August 2003Grim et al.BIAUIHYACNorthern Paladins
The Fall Classic 2October 2003-Jan 2004NitroBrills Meets EvilThe Fucking SorcersTFC2
MWC 2004May-August 2004Grim et al.Brill Meets EvilNorthern PaladinsMWC04
Seeker StarpowerSeptember 2004-January 2005Seeker et al.The Casket LotteryThundercox
MWC 2005June-Sept 2005Mad Dog/CheezefistNO WINNERThundercox/BIAUIHYAC2MWC05
MWC 2006May-August 2006Grim et al.Northern PallywankersThundercoxMWC06
MWC 2007May-August 2007toxyn et allThundercox12Tasks/(Namechangers)MWC07
The Winter SeriesDec 2007-March 2008ParisShamlegger/(Namechangers)Northern PaladinsTWS
MWC 2008May-August 2008GrimArmageddonHouse of Tirris/(Namechangers)MWC08
The Winter Series 2009February - April 2009ParisBourbon TerroristsThundercoxTWSII
MWC 2009May-August 2009Grim/ToxynNamechangersThundercox [1]
MWC 2010May-August 2010Liger/GrimNamechangersThe Black Company[2]
MWC 2011May-August 2011GrimChicago BullzNamechangers


MWC 2012May-August 2012GrimSouth ParkiansMy Team


MWC 2013May-August 2013ParisTeenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesAgents[5]

Free For All (FFA) Edit

The winners of many ffa tournaments have had to play each other in a 1 on 1 match. These are still listed as ffa tournaments. Also, some winners played representing players who could not turn up, or had to drop. Usually these tournaments involved 4 - 6 players per map, with less as a pool continued.

Most notable tournament series was oPoP, which had five different incarnations.

National Mac Gaming Championship - San FranciscoJanuary 1999UnknownFreewillSyckboy NMGC99
Trial by CombatJan-Mar 1999ButcherAnanab Tilps, Scorpio, My Modem is on Fire(tie)
Seven Phoenix RisingMarch 1999BungieVoodooFlatbread
Trial by Combat CPMarch 1999Ramses IIMrWufCavosClan Plaid East Coast Gathering I
Fields of CarnageNov-December 2000Wight SlayerDrizztBathtub Gn Fields of Carnage
WIFFA 2000November 2000IgmoDrizztakibaWIFFA 2000
Odiferous Pile of PoOpJanuary-April 2001IgmoP3N15 (Myrkridon)WindorabugoPoP
MCC Invitational: Blind and other OdditiesMar-April 2001MCCSloithWrockMCC Invitational
April FewlzApril 2001Clan Mac GamingPoo Fountain (Sam Stone)M. Bison (Phod)April Fewlz
MCC Invitational II: A Mythilogical AdventureJanuary - March 2002MCCOdyn/Taha(tie)MCC Invitational II's Show n Play TournamentAugust 2002SpondMax and PMAsDrizztXelShow n Play
Shogun 2February-May 2003OlympusChickenwireDwarfShogun 2 Forum
oPoP2: Full ThrottleJuly-September 2003IgmoRabicanCaveoPoP2
miniMax 1October 2003igmoJudasHitminiMax 1
miniMax 2November 2003igmoDrizztXelminiMax 2
miniMax 3December 2003igmoDrizztDangerminiMax3
miniMax 4December 2003igmonone miniMax4/oPoP2.9
miniMaxOctober-December 2003igmoDrizztXelminiMax
oPoP3: Down and DirtyDecember 2003-February 2004IgmoNemesisBullet Tooth TonyoPoP3
oPoP4: Summer OmythiadJune-August 2004IgmoTruthMyrkridonoPoP4
oPoP5: Pimpin ain't ezJan-February 2005Big Mo (Igmo)Tirri (Drizzt)xeLizzle (Xel)oPoP5
FFAGEFebruary 2005GingaDuanTerry the kidFFAGE
MCC Invitational 3: NostalgiaMarch - May 2005Wrock & RastlinWrockFather XmasMCC Invitational III
Hangover SpecialFebruary 2006IgmoNemesis/TruthParis in FlamesHangover Special Forums
Suicidal Final ArtJan-Mar 2007ParisNemesisDantski Suicidal Final Art
AftermathOct-Dec 2008ParisParisGin Aftermath Forums

Team Free For All Tournaments Edit

Always a popular tournament type, but always under-looked by those interested in creating new tournaments. Tends to use small teams of 2 - 3.

(Clever Name Here) KalakdrinRARR EATS MOOAll in the familyClever Name Here Final Stats/Finals
Limbs Heads and Smoking CratersNovember - December 2001Leif and BladeTin CanIFYMLimbs Heads and Smoking Craters
Fields of Carnage 2July-August 2004Wight SlayerThe four HorsemenIslamic FundamentalistsFields of Carnage 2
Ape Avalanche : Guerrilla TacticsAugust-September 2007Paris and GarnishFREAKSCantilope and Dinglebert, MDAPEAVALANCHE:GUERRILLATACTICS

1 versus 1 (1v1) Tournaments Edit

1v1 tournaments and games, and their importance always have some controvosy surrounding them. Many players use being better than someone 1v1 as proof their Myth skill surpasses them, while others argue their strong points could be captaining, teamwork, co-op etc.

Beat the ButcherNovember 2004Sam the ButcherThet BadMonkeyTirri (Drizzt)Beat the Butcher
7 Penis RisingJuly-August 2007ShaisterChohanNemesis[]
M-1 Grand Prix 2005December 2005GingaDuanCRCM-1 GP 2005
Chohan's 1v1 TournamentJune-August 2006ChohanChohanBullet Tooth TonyChohan's 1v1 Forum Thread#
Death Before Dishonour: Taste My BladeNovember-December 2006Giant Killer GeneralGiant Killer GeneralParis

DBD Tournament Series Website/Forums

LethalMarch-April 2008ParisKirkRaziel/Rabican[]
SunsetJuly 2009-Feburary 2010TBGiant Killer GeneralGhengis Khan[6]


2 versus 2 (2v2) Tournaments Edit

2v2 tournaments have a notorious history of being unfinished or unpopular, but there are exceptions.

The National Mac Gaming Championships - San FranciscoFebruary 1999UnknownCarch/Ven JanceFreewill/ShadowjackNMGC99

3 versus 3 (3v3) Tournaments Edit

Like 2v2 tournaments, often poorly run and with less player motivation the field of 3v3 competition was small since it was not a part of everyday Myth games and 3v3 success has never been treated as a huge sign of a player's skill.

Co-operative Tournaments Edit

Usually more a 'challenge' or 'competition' to prove who can achieve most, since co-operative tournaments never involved head to head play. Notable tournament series includes Mazzarin's Demise.

Myth 2 Done Quick (MDQ)December 1998-October 1999Ananab TilpsServal and SarpedonPatroclusM2DQ

M2DQ (Old) M2DQ Films

Myth Master ChallengeJan 1999-Sept 2002ForrestWolfpack Myth Master Central
MariusNet/Myth Forums Co-op ChallengeMay 2002 - 2005)MariusNet AdministratorsSavanarolaMagnusMariusNet co-op Challenge
MariusNet One Year Anniversary Co-op ChallengeAugust 2002MariusNet AdministratorsSavanarola MariusNet 1-Year
MariusNet Myth Five Year Anniversary Co-op ChallengeNovember 2002 MariusNet Administrators Savanarola and Mangus MariusNet 5-Year Results
Myth Speed Running / Myth Done Quick 2 (MSR/MDQ2)August 2002-August 2004PatroclusNemesisSavanarolaMyth Speed Running MDQ2
Mazzarin's Demise III May 2003 Project Magma - ChrisPNemesis (team captain) et al. Mazzarin's Demise III Winners page (with battle analysis for Legendary)
Mazzarin's Demise IV Jan 2004 Project Magma - ChrisPSven Hjilrmanir (Ducky, team captain) et al. Mazzarin's Demise IV Winners page (with battle analysis for Legendary)
Mazzarin's Demise V (v2))September 2005Project Magma - ChrisP & JagmanChrisP (captain) et al. Mazzarin's Demise V v2 Winners page (with battle analysis for Heroic)
Mazzarin's Demise VI (v1 and v2))September 2006Project MagmaRabicanp (Rabican Np)CRCMazzarin's Demise VI Tournament Page
Grave TidingsOctober 2006 -A-Red The Onyx Warlords
Myth Done Quick: All TimeMay 2009 -PurplePplEaterHadiezSavanarola[7]

Combination tournaments Edit

There is always tournaments that fall outside of the main classes, that encompass a mixture of genres. Those are placed here.

=== MilleniOni Tournament (December 2000 - February 2001) ===
*Type: ffa/team-ffa/cooperative/team
*Tournament Organiser: Magellan and The Wolfpack (his clan)
*Winners: 1st place: Scooter, 2nd place: Magellan, 3rd place: Alrond, 4th place: Sir Parson, 5th place: SilverBrin
*Comments: A small scale tournament (around 25 players) but with scores based on a mixture of most forms of Myth II play with a copy of Bungie's Oni as top prize.. Scores were split into multiplayer (won by Magellan) and cooperative (won by Alrond) then combined to form the overall leaderboard (won by Scooter). An invitational tournament held by friends, it held a variety of awards other than overall positioning helping give players more to strive for.

=== M-1 Grand Prix 2004 (September 2004) ===
*Type: FFA and 1v1
*Tournament Organiser: Ginga
*Winners: 1st place: Duan, 2nd place: Karashi, 3rd place: CRC
*Comments: One day tournament held within the Japanese Myth Community (essentially's AGEHA and Nowhere Final Destination clans) along with Father Xmas, a Myther who was adopted by the Japanese community. Despite claiming to be a 1v1 tournament, it included FFA games as well. Details are quite hard to get ahold of due to the lack of communication/translators from between the Japanese and Western Myth Community sub-groups and much of the site will not show on a standard Western computer in viewable characters.
* M-1 GP 2004 Site

=== The Valor Tournament (August - November 2006)===
*Type: Team-FFA and 3v3
*Tournament Organiser: Toxyn, Slinx
*Winners: 1st place: Team FFA All Stars (Np), 2nd place: The Syndicate (TWF), 3rd place: Freaks, 4th place: Thundercox, 5th place: Big Trouble, 6th place: Jews for Jihad
*Comments: Run by TO-veteran blast from the past Toxyn, along with Slinx, Dantski, and Frumius. Though tournaments of the last few years have included prizes, this is the first one since the closure of to receive an official sponsor (MindscapeFX, a company run by a member of the Myth Community, called Frumius) - the prize being a painting from the MindscapeFX gallery. Raised 30 teams of four people each mostly, a fairly good turnout for a post-MWC tournament. Featured popular column by Frumius worthy of note.
* The Valor Tournament
* Mindscape FX

Myth-themed tournaments Edit

There are also Myth II themed tournaments but not about skilled gameplay. Many more of this type have been forgotten by players than the other tournament types since these ones were not very competitive by comparison so this list is known to be far from complete.

=== The Myth II Handbook Humor contest (UNKNOWN DATE - October 1999) ===
*Type: 'Myth Humour Competition'
*Tournament Organiser: Unknown
*Winners: 1st place: 'Dud Wight' (QT Movie) by Rust Dragon, 2nd place: 'The Official Hax0r Guide' (Website) by DrunkBob, 3rd place: 'Total Comix' (website) by Et'he Visionary, 4th place: 'Myth II meets Halo' (Graphic) by Kelstek, 5th place: 'Cotal Todex' (website) by KillerK. Most Iliturit Entry: 'THERE FAT' (graphic) by Warlock. Runners up: 'Where's Waldo?' by ragnarok, 'Dat Tro U Do' (Sound) by Hungry Ghol, 'If I Had a Car' (Graphic) by Avery, 'Dreaming of Burt' (text) by Nightcrawler, 'The Myth II Drinking Game' (text) by Tsao, 'Dwarf Money' (graphic) by Sobo, 'Best RTS Game of the Year' (graphic) by Matt Burns
*Comments: Run by the creator of the well known Myth II Handbook (J. Charles Holt, aka DeathWhore), it had big prizes, particularly for such an odd competition with quite a lot of imaginitive submissions - hence the long list of runners up.

=== The Mill Contest (January - June 2000) ===
*Type: Map-Making Tournament
*Tournament Organiser: Frigidman
*Winners: 1st place: 'Under Myrkridian Standards' by Soma, Kuba and Bubba et al. Best Individual Level: 'Senex Silvae'. Honourable Mention: 'Legend of Gor-Ash' by Creation Games, 'CAGES', 'The Havre River' by The Idiot Map-Making Collective
*Comments: Run by The Mill, the centre of Myth II's map-making community with a major prize driving it.
* The Idiots Map-Making Collective

=== RMA Map-Making Contest 2003 (April - September 2003) ===
*Type: Map-Making Tournament
*Tournament Organiser: Mad Dog and Ascot, help from Real Men and Alliance Myth II Orders
*Winners: 1st place: '1944 - Normandy' by Carlinho, 2nd place: 'WW3: Revolutions' by Zephirus, 3rd place: 'Edges of the Empire' by Dash_Ripcock
*Comments: Organised by the RMA, a combination of two orders who often played together for Myth tournaments with work led by Mad Dog and Ascot the tournament aimed to revive map-making by offering prizes for good quality work. Lack of motivation by the rest of the team, too long of a time frame and very few map-makers caring (other than for a minor prize) meant the tournament was ultimately a failure - only 7 maps were submitted finally, and one almost finished beta.
*RMA Map-Making Contest 2003 Finished Map List

=== Lugas' Screenshot Contest (September 2006)===
*Type: Screenshot Competition
*Tournament Organiser: Lugas
*Winners: Funniest picture - 1st place: Baak, 2nd place: Grayswandir. Most artistic picture - 1st place: Zeph, 2nd place: gugusm. Most interesting - 1st place: Khadrelt, 2nd place: Wismuth
*Comments: Run within the Project Magma forums by relative unknown (in the community at large) Lugas for a month.
* Tournament Thread with rules and entries
* Winners Thread

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