History of According to All Known Laws

The KQB blog is excited to feature content directly from our community!

Thank you Atttic, for sharing the story of your Indy Gaming League Team, History of According to All Known Laws! If you are interested in sharing your KQB stories in our blog, email press@liquidbit.com.


History of According to All Known Laws: Killer Queen Black Player Post by Atttic

It all started on a freezing cold winter day on the bus riding to a theatre competition when Atttic showed Cheesecaker a new game he got on his switch: Killer Queen Black.

After seeing the animated trailer and how much strategy there was in the game, how simple yet complex the game’s mechanics looked, it was an instant buy. Atttic found a seat on the bus for the two to sit. He then set up his case and switch together on his lap so the switch wouldn’t fall out. One had a GameCube controller, and one had a neon red joy-con. They were now ready to play, and played they did.

The entire bus ride went by in an instant, entranced by the new game. Whether it was Queen 1v1s, Berry Competitions, Warrior 1v1s, they found a way to make the game given to them fun! As one would guess, yes, they played it the entire bus ride back, too.

Even at the state theatre competition, the defining experience was Killer Queen Black.

They even got a few friends to play it with them, which went to show how exciting and easy to pick up the game was. When all of the others were waiting to get breakfast downstairs in the hotel, Atttic and Cheesecaker played Killer Queen Black on the bedside table, hunched over and committed. Someone could see them as different to the group, but the two were only doing what they loved: playing this new game.

Fast Forward

When Cheesecaker finally got Killer Queen Black on his own switch, I was so happy for him. Finally, all of the hours we put in at the competition meant something again! We both joined the Official Killer Queen Black Discord Channel, and started to get more involved with the community.

We participated in our first weekend event, the buddy draft, and as expected, we got picked last. We didn’t know what we were doing, but Penguin and TheBrickMatt certainly did, because we sure felt carried after winning the entire event. 

After making a name for ourselves in the event, we heard that there was this thing called IGL. We had no idea what it was at first, but figured out it was a competition that crowned the best team the winner after many weeks of play, and playoff matches to top it all off. We tried finding a team we could get put on, but we had no luck.

We then had the brilliant idea to… make our own IGL team!

After finding some players (Buffaloboy and Todd Dillerson), we created our team. According to All Known Laws. After some time, we decided we needed some more people to play, so our team recruited skilled players Jonny Cream and Tavi. After this, our team was rounded out quite well with military mains and flexes alike.

Indy Gaming League Summer Circuit 2020

With some guidance, we finished 8-1, but lost the final match. This had us feeling down, but it didn’t get to us too much. We had a whole new season to look forward to, and an entirely new level of competition to look forward to playing in: Tier 1. (And some new bee memes on their team banner.)

Now, our team is called “This Is Your Queen?” – another quote from the Bee Movie. I can speak for my team when we say, we are equally excited and scared to see where the new season takes us! We picked up esteemed military main BrookeBee and now have a coach Kilthorne to guide us in the new season. 

Anyways, watch out for us this season! -Atttic


The KQB blog is excited to feature content directly from our community! Thank you Atttic, for sharing the story of your Indy Gaming League Team, History of According to All Known Laws! If you are interested in sharing your KQB stories in our blog, email press@liquidbit.com.

Published by Jackie, Liquid Bit

From the desk of the Marketing and Content Manager, Liquid Bit Games.

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