ShadowNightmare

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ShadowNightmare
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Background Information
NameLewis Farrell
Country of BirthUnited Kingdom United Kingdom
BirthdayMarch 26, 1997 (age 22)
Competitive
RoleMid Laner
Social Media & Links
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Team History
Dec 2013
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Reason Gaminglogo std.pngReason Gaming
Jan 2014 - Feb 2014
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Torchlogo std.pngTorch
Feb 2014 - Feb 2014
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Team Coastlogo std.pngTeam Coast
Apr 2014 - Jul 2014
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Team Kickedlogo std.pngTeam Kicked
Jul 2014 - Nov 2014
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Exposed Secretslogo std.pngExposed Secrets
Nov 2014 - Dec 2014
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Fnaticlogo std.pngFnatic
Dec 2014 - Feb 2015
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Novus Orsalogo std.pngNovus Orsa
Feb 2015 - Jan 2017
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Dignitaslogo std.pngDignitas
Feb 2017
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Novus Orsalogo std.pngNovus Orsa
Feb 2017 - Apr 2017
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Lion Guard eSportslogo std.pngLion Guard eSports
Apr 2017 - May 2017
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Novus Orsalogo std.pngNovus Orsa
Lewis "ShadowNightmare" Farrell is a British SMITE player. He is currently retired.

Biography

ShadowNightmare lives in Birmingham, England.

ShadowNightmare was part of team Torch which would eventually be picked up by Team Coast a little over a month before the SMITE Launch Tournament. Only nine days later it was announced that he would be removed citing personal differences between the players.[1]

Having missed out on playing at the Launch Tournament, he later joined Funballer's Team Kicked. With the team renamed to Exposed Secrets, he managed to qualify for the SMITE Pro League Season 1 Europe and also took first place at the Team SoloMid Invitational. Taking first place and thus first seed going into the SPL Season 1 EU Regionals, ShadowNightmare and his team mates joined Fnatic.

Missing out on qualifying for the SMITE World Championship 2015, the team disbanded. ShadowNightmare and FrostiaK stayed together to form the new team Novus Orsa. With the SPL EU Season 2 Qualifiers on the horizon, the team was picked up by Team Dignitas.

Throughout Season 2, ShadowNightmare's playstyle was heavily defined by his almost-exclusive usage of the starter item Soul Stone. Despite this, Dignitas struggled throughout the Pro League, finishing 5th (of six) in the Spring Split, 6th (of eighth) in the Summer Split, and 6th (of eighth) in the Fall Split. The final weeks of Season 2 would be an amazing ride for all of Dignitas, with a surprise pick from ShadowNightmare himself, Kukulkan. Finishing sixth, Dignitas qualified for the Super Regionals, where they put on an incredible show against their first round opponent, Paradigm. Going all 5 matches, Dignitas threw the final game, eliminating them from the tournament. They defeated Titan in the 5th place match.

He retired on 13 May 2017.[2] He is now an indie game developer as well as a publishing intern for Hi-Rez.

Trivia

  • He chose his nickname to fit his playstyle as the rogue class in several MMOs.
  • Before SMITE he played World of Warcraft and Guild Wars 2.
  • He is currently in college studying Computer Programming and Software Design.
  • He is jokingly called "1 God Nightmare" for his supposedly limited god pool.
  • Known for his confidence and leadership which can be interpreted as arrogance and stubbornness.

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Team and Tournament History

ShadowNightmare Tournament Results
DatePlacePrizeEventTeamRoster
2018-07-06A44SPL2018logo square.png SMITE Pro League North America 2018 Summer SeasonCounter Logic Gaminglogo std.pngCounter Logic Gaming fineokay •   Homiefe •   Hurriwind •   Snoopy •   Jigz
2018-04-27A33SPL2018logo square.png SMITE Pro League North America 2018 Spring SeasonCounter Logic Gaminglogo std.pngCounter Logic Gaming fineokay •   Homiefe •   Hurriwind •   Snoopy •   Jigz
2018-02-24I1QUnknown Infobox Image - Tournament.png 2018 EU SML Spring Open QualifierInfinity Warriorslogo std.pngInfinity Warriors MekaBlack •   Musamune •   Chekii0 •   DuckySM •   EmeKKa
2017-06-24A77SPLlogo square.png SMITE Pro League Europe 2017 Summer SeasonThe Papislogo std.pngThe Papis iCreeDx •   Dheylo •   Ojoboom •   Warchi •   Dracomarino
2017-05-14I1QSPLlogo square.png SMITE Pro League North America 2017 Summer RelegationsNoble eSportslogo std.pngNoble eSports Aquarius •   Copebby •   MLCst3alth •   Wowy •   Wubbn
2017-05-13I1NQSPLlogo square.png SMITE Pro League Europe 2017 Summer RelegationsNovus Orsalogo std.pngNovus Orsa R3bound •   Axioz •   ShadowNightmare •   FleuryQ •   Frezzyy
2017-03-30A22$ 2,000Unknown Infobox Image - Tournament.png 2017 CSL South Split 1Nocturns Gaminglogo std.pngNocturns Gaming Banshee •   Fachicho •   L4CER •   Zaionsix •   Noitulover
2017-03-25A77SPLlogo square.png SMITE Pro League Europe 2017 Spring SeasonLion Guard eSportslogo std.pngLion Guard eSports Duck3y •   Rearward •   ShadowNightmare •   FleuryQ •   Frezzyy
2017-03-25A55SPLlogo square.png SMITE Pro League Europe 2017 Spring GauntletLion Guard eSportslogo std.pngLion Guard eSports Duck3y •   Rearward •   ShadowNightmare •   FleuryQ •   Frezzyy
2017-02-11I1QSPLlogo square.png SMITE Pro League Europe 2017 Spring RelegationsNovus Orsalogo std.pngNovus Orsa Duck3y •   FrostiaK •   ShadowNightmare •   FleuryQ •   Frezzyy
Total Prize: USD 2,000

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