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Team Information
Approx. Total Winnings:
Age of Empires I
Age of Empires II
Age of Empires IV (Inactive)
Battle of Africa 2Empire Wars Duo 2Battle of Africa 3

Aftermath (abbr. aM, aM') is a team competing in tournaments for the game Age of Empires II.


The origins of Aftermath lie in 2016, when Liereyy, Hearttt and MbL started entering tournaments together. Their first tournament victory came in Into the Darkness (2016), where the trio won the grand finals against Nadya's Boys under the name Masters of Black Forest (MOBF).[1]

The first major tournament in which the team participated was Clan Masters: The Final Showdown (2016), where MbL and Liereyy joined forces with Melkor, Vodka_L, and FeAge as team Heartless.[2] In 2017, Liereyy, Hearttt and MbL won Clash of the Hippo 3 under the name KaiKai Larry. Other examples of early tournaments included Masters of Arabia 2v2 (2016/17)[3], Return of the Kings 2v2 (2017)[4] and Gladiators of the Arena (2017)[5], in which Liereyy and Hearttt entered as The Machos. On October 17th 2017, Liereyy, Hearttt and MbL founded the clan Aftermath on gaming platform Voobly.[6] Under this new name, they won the Let Your Teammate Die! (2018) tournament.[7]

For the 3v3 tournament Battle of Africa 1 (2018), the team added Nicov to their roster. Aftermath claimed second place in this tournament after losing to TyRanT in the grand finals. During the year-long Escape Champions League tournament, Hera transferred from Heresy to Aftermath. The team qualified for the LAN finals in Manchester, where they finished runner-up to Team Secret. In 2019, MbL, Nicov and Hera won the Two Pools Tournament.[8]

In June 2020, Aftermath won Battle of Africa 2 beating Team Secret in the finals. In September, Hera would leave the team to join Tempo Storm before the start of King of the Desert 3. He would eventually be joined by Liereyy. Meanwhile Nicov became a free agent. Though Tempo had aquiered them, Hera and Liereyy still competed alongside aM members in team games when available to do so.

In July 2021, Liereyy and Tempo parted ways, and Hera would soon do the same. Before long, Nicov, Hera, and Liereyy would all rejoin the aM team in an official capacity. In September, Hera and Liereyy would go on to win Empire Wars Duo 2 this time both as part of Aftermath.

In February 2022, Hera announced that he would only compete in Age of Empires II in major tournaments, though he fully returned to the game in April. During February and March, Aftermath played the Return of the Clans tournament. Again they faced their rival in the finals, the former Team Secret, now Gamer Legion, and won. Both teams lacked important players in their roster: Hera and TheViper. In May, Aftermath was invited to participate with four other teams in the Rise of the Elephants, a tournament that promoted the DLC Dynasties of India. They ended drawing by points in first place with Suomi. In June, they repeated their Battle of Africa title, winning Battle of Africa 3, again against GL.


Player Roster[edit]


Active SquadActive Squad
IDNameJoin Date
Peru Hearttt
Hernan Boluarte Pizarro
Join Date: 
2017-10-17 [9]
Norway MbL
Morten Beite Levernes
Join Date: 
2017-10-17 [9]
Canada Hera
Hamzah El-Baher
Join Date: 
2021-08-18 [15]
Austria Liereyy
Kai Kallinger
Join Date: 
2021-08-18 [15]
Argentina Nicov
Nicolás Bruno
Join Date: 
2021-08-18 [15]





Additional Content[edit]



  1. "(2016) Into the Darkness". AoEZone. 2015-11-17.
  2. "(2016) Clan Masters: The Final Showdown". AoEZone. 2016-10-08.
  3. "(2017) Masters of Arabia 2v2". AoEZone. 2016-11-16.
  4. "(2017) Return of the Kings 2v2". AoEZone. 2017-02-21.
  5. "(2017) Gladiators of the Arena". AoEZone. 2017-06-09.
  6. "Aftermath Voobly clan page". Voobly. 2017-10-17.
  7. "(2018) Let Your Teammate Die!". AoEZone. 2018-01-05.
  8. "(2019) Two Pools Tournament". AoEZone. 2019-06-25.
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 "Transfer reference 1". 2017-10-17.
  10. 10.0 10.1 "Transfer reference 2". 2018-01-28.
  11. 11.0 11.1 "Transfer reference 3". 2018-09-28.
  12. 12.0 12.1 "Transfer reference 4". 2020-09-12.
  13. 13.0 13.1 Liquipedia has gained this information from a trusted inside source.
  14. 14.0 14.1 "Transfer reference 5". 2020-10-03.
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 15.3 "Transfer reference 6". 2021-08-18.