I guess that could be considered the point where I really decided that I wanted to perfect the demo. But not for myself, it was for others. It true I was no Grand Champion, but I also knew that I was one of the few using demolitions consistently and effectively (or at least making clips of it). I had seen my share of bad demo plays (and made a lot of them myself), so I set out to show players the RIGHT way to use them, with the emphasis that good rotation was the key to a good demo play.
It intended by the developers. Rocket League Items has programmed rules and conditions. Thus, it can be neither a hack nor a cheat. Psyonix has even specifically pointed out that demos are not reportable offenses. Like any mechanic there is a right time to use it or at least specific situations it is more viable than others. As a player, we can make up rules for the game and expect other people to www.lolga.com abide by them. You think demos are not the egit way to win? That fine, but be aware that no one else is bound by the restrictions you are imposing on yourself.
Early in the next season I put on my new Champ Wheels and pulled of this play in a ranked 3 match. To me this play is the complete package: I pop the ball up and quickly get to the ground to drive ahead while my partner Kevlar goes up, I demo the goalie out of the air while Kevlar completes the inverted aerial. Hard to top in my mind.