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With The International 2014 kicking into full gear today, we are rounding out the last team previews for your viewing pleasure. This time around we take a look at one of the most revered Chinese multigaming organizations cn LGD Gaming and their Dota 2 squad, which has lot to prove in this year’s International.

History

The Chinese multi-gaming organization cn LGD took its first steps in DotA in early 2010, by sponsoring a Chinese superstar team, cn For The Dream. Led by the infamous cn Wu ‘2009’ Sheng alongside cn Gong ‘ZSMJ’ Jian, the team had already made a name for themselves by taking the first place at SMM Grand National DotA Tournament in late 2009. Just a few months later the dynamic duo and three new recruits formed their very own team under LGD banner. The very first team that consisted of 2009, ZSMJ, cn Xing Gao ‘Gx’ Shun, cn Jiang ‘YYF’ Cen & cn Zeng ‘WAQT (Faith)’ Hongda quickly became one of the most notable teams in China. In 2010 they won multiple different tournaments, such as G-League not once or twice, but thrice and placing high in many others, like WCG and Intel Extreme Masters.

It wasn’t all sunshine and rainbows though, despite their amazing run in early 2010. The team was plagued by internal problems that only multiplied as they started to dip in form towards the end of the year. When 2009 decided to retire from competitive gaming in July 2010, cn LGD lost a part of its heart and soul, and was no longer the same force to be reckoned with. Although they ended the year on the high note, placing second in the SMM Grand National DotA Tournament, the real upswing for the team was seen after my Wong ‘Chuan’ Hock Chuan, the Malaysian star player, joined the team in January 2011, during the Great Chinese Reshuffle. They went on to win the Starswar 6 & G-League 2011 Season 1, while finishing strong in many other tournaments, and were ultimately invited by Valve to join the very first International. The joy was short-lived, as their hopes to get into International under LGD banner were shattered, when cn Invictus Gaming made a move which took away 4 of LGD’s core players, leaving them unable to participate in the event.

While cn LGD quickly build up a new team around the last remaining player ZSMJ, his retirement in November 2011 put a lot of stress on the team, but eventually the issue was solved by the addition of cn Liu ‘Sylar’ Jiajun from cn World Elite. Having found their groove the team stuck together through thick and thin all the way to the aftermath of The International 2012, which was also one of the first major events they participated after transitioning from DotA to Dota 2 in early 2012. Before the biggest spectacle of the year they had won Gigabyte Dota 2 Masters & It’s Gosu Monthly Madness Asia, showing that they were truly on form going into TI2. The International 2012 was a huge success for LGD as they went 14-0 in the group stages, only to be beaten by ua Na’Vi and cn iG in the playoffs, ultimately snatching an impressive third place finish and $150,000 worth of prize money.

While the main cn LGD squad continued to perform admirably, placing in the top three in almost every single major tournament in late 2012, the organization had also made an acquisition and formed an international lineup consisting of well-known players Pajkatt, Brax, MiSeRy, 1437 and God. While the endeavors of the international squad did not last for very long, they had a quite successful run placing second in the G-League 2012 Season 2 and doing well early on. Their brother team on the other hand placed second in the Alienware Cup 2013 Season 1 and first in the Red Bull Esports Champion League 2013, and looked to be a strong contender for the International 2013, to which they were invited to before losing the direct invite due to roster changes. While they were able to make their way through the qualifiers to the main event, they were sorely disappointed after being eliminated by us Team Liquid just two rounds into the playoffs.

The abysmal performance prompted heavy changes in the cn LGD roster after the International 2013. Sylar was the first to leave the team, while the rest of the players were still tied up by their contracts to the team. With cn Zhang ‘Rabbit (Xiaotuji)’ Wang filling the void left by Sylar, LGD was still able to perform rather well, placing third in the Sina Cup Season 2, finishing first in the Dota 2 League Season 4 and ending up on the third podium in G League 2013. However, rumors tied the LGD superstar cn Zhang ‘xiao8’ Ning to the new and upcoming dream team, and in February 2014 it all came to pass as Xiao8 left LGD for cn Newbee and the pubstar Yao ‘Maybe’ Lu was brought to his place.

With the late addition of cn Peng ‘Icy’ Weng in March 2014, Maybe was given a chance to build his own team under the cn LGD banner, which eventually got the name cn LGD.CDEC. Icy however, had troubles of fitting into the main roster and was quickly replaced by cn Xu ‘Lin’ Ziyang in April 2014, still staying as the official sixth member of the squad. While LGD has not had all that much time to practice with their rather new lineup, they are coming to this year’s International as one of the dark horses. It’s unlikely that their squad will last beyond TI if the results aren’t superb, but for the first time in a long while they have found a relatively solid group of players that can make things happen, even on a larger scale. Time will tell what will be the next step for one most revered Dota 2 organizations of all time, but for now all eyes are on the International.

Rosterchanges

2010

January 20 – LGD forms their own DotA squad around 2009 and ZSMJ, after briefly sponsoring For The Dream, who won the SMM 2009; the new team consist of: 2009, ZSMJ, GX, YYF & WAQT (Faith).

March 1 – ch is brought in as a new player after WAQT (Faith) leaves for iG.

July 28 – 2009 retires from DotA and BeNz is brought in to fill the void.

October 30 – 830 joins LGD as GX is let go from the team.

2011

January 20 – BeNz leaves LGD for DK’s new team.

January 25 – Chuan rounds up the LGD’s five.

August 2 – iG rips apart the promising team snatching four of LGD’s players to their new team. Only ZSMJ is left in LGD.

August 25 – LGD announces their new team: xiao8, ZSMJ, Yao, DD & DDC.

November 18 – ZSMJ retires; LGD is left searching for replacement.

November 20 – Sylar joins LGD from WE, making LGD a full 5-man roster again.

2013

April 11 – LongDD replaces DD who’s been sidelined by surgery.

May 7 – DD returns to the team and LongDD is let go.

August 17 – Sylar is no longer part of LGD.

September 7 – Rabbit (Xiaotuji) moves to LGD to replace Sylar.

2014

February 19 – Maybe replaces the team captain Xiao8 in LGD.

March 17 – Icy is brought in to replace Maybe, who’s given an opportunity to create his own team under LGD banner.

April 11 – LGD adds Lin to their roster making it a six-man squad; Icy is benched for the time being.

Achievements

DotA
1st Place – U9 (2010)
1st Place – G-League 2010 Season 1 (2010)
2nd Place – World Cyber Games China (2010)
3rd Place – Intel Extreme Masters (2010)
1st Place – G-League 2010 Season 2 (2010)
2nd Place – MYM Prime Defending #12 (2010)
3rd Place – TopGamer (2010)
2nd Place – SMM Grand National DotA Tournament (2010)
1st Place – G-League 2010 Season 4 (2010)
1st Place – Lunar New Year Cup (2011)
3rd Place – Asian DotA Championship IV (2011)
3rd Place – i-City Pro DotA Tournament (2011)
3rd Place – DotA Master Tournament (2011)
2nd Place – VS E-sports League (2011)
1st Place – CREG-M (2011)
1st Place – Starswar 6 (2011)
1st Place – G-League 2011 Season 1 (2011)
2nd Place – E-Sports Champions League Season 2 (2011)
3rd Place – PLU Dota League Season 1 (2011)
3rd Place – Wuxi International eSports Champions Cup (2011)
1st Place – GIGABYTE RTS Xmas Fight (2011)
1st Place – Hao Fang Golden League (2011)
1st Place – China Joy National Esports Championship (2011)
3rd Place – E-Sports Champions League Finals (2011)
2nd Place – PCGames League (2012)
2nd Place – G-League 2011 Season 3 (2012)
3rd Place – World Gamemaster Tournament (2012)
3rd Place – G-1 Champions League Season 3 (2012)
1st Place – Nvidia Gaming Festival 2012 (2012)

Dota 2
1st Place – Gigabyte Dota 2 Masters (2012) – $3,000
2nd Place – It’s Gosu Monthly Madness Asia (2012) – $500
3rd Place – The International #2 (2012) – $150,000
1st Place – G-1 Champions League Season 4 (2012) – $28,500
1st Place – The Asia (2012) – $15,000
3rd Place – G League 2012 (2012) – $1,600
2nd Place – G-1 Champions League Season 5 (2013) – ~$12,800
1st Place – TI 3 EAST Qualifier (2013) – TI 3 Invite
3rd Place – Dota 2 Super League (2013) – ~$16,220
2nd Place – Alienware Cup 2013 Season 1 (2013) – $12,000
1st Place – Red Bull Esports Champion League (2013) – ~$16,000
3rd Place – Sina Cup (2013) – ~$490
1st Place – GEST – The Challenge 4 (2013) – $1,000
1st Place – National Electronic Sports Tournament 2013 (2013) – $16,500
2nd Place – Sina Cup Season 2 (2013) – ~$1,640
1st Place – HyperX Dota 2 League Season 4 (2013) – $25,000
3rd Place – G-League 2013 (2013) – ~$1,600

Gameplay and Strategies

Boasting one of the most versatile set of players in China, cn LGD has the ability to change things around when it comes to laning and who plays what hero, which gives them an distinctive advantage over their opponents. Especially Lin and Rabbit have been seen switching things around, with Lin sometimes taking on the carry role in the safelane, while Rabbit occupies the midlane. LGD does not lack variety, but thats partly due to the fact that they are still trying to find their style of play. If they can click together properly and find that perfect medium, they can potentially go far in this years’ International.

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cn LGD’s up and down performance has left a lot of questions going into The International 2014, but it won’t be long now until most of them are answered. The key thing for them is to keep the balance between experimentalism and traditional picks, and work with what they know how to play. With many pocket strategies undoubtedly coming into play in this years’ International, the team that can adapt the best on the fly will go the furthest, and this is what LGD most certainly can do.

Players

DD

(Captain)
cn Xie Bin

Signature Heroes: :d2_sd: :d2_chen: :d2_rubick:

Player Position: 4 – Semisupport

The 24-year-old veteran cn Xie ‘DD’ Bin saw his professional career first become reality as he joined cn Dream alongside Yao ‘Yao’ Zhengzheng & cn Zhang ‘xiao8’ Ning in 2010. A year later he was recruited by cn LGD Gaming and has been part of the team ever since. He’s won numerous tournaments as a part of the LGD brand and looks to strike again in this year’s International.

DD started his career by playing various semi-carries, but later transitioned to support role alongside DDC. He specializes on heavy gankers and jungle heroes, initiating aggression and making space where it’s needed. As a captain of the team he has huge role in making sure the flow of the game always keeps going cn LGD’s way, and he does that by being where he needs to be at any given time. He’s unselfish and meticulous in his play, which makes him a support to look out for

Yao

cn Yao Zhengzheng

Signature Heroes: :d2_invoker: :d2_cw: :d2_wr:

Player Position: 3 – Offlane

Similarly to DD, the 24-year-old cn Yao ‘Yao’ Zhengzheng (formerly known as XiaoD) began his career in gaming in 2010, when joined the Chinese team cn Dream. In early 2011 he took a hiatus from gaming due to his school obligations, but later returned in cn Nirvana.cn before moving on to cn LGD Gaming in August 2011. During his short stint in Nirvana.cn, Yao played a more support oriented role, oftentimes taking reigns on a heavy ganker. Later under the LGD banner, he took over the mid role, excelling with heroes such as Invoker, DK & Brew, but after the International 2012 Xiao8 took over the mid role and Yao rotated to the offlane positions, which he still plays this very day. Occasionally though he still returns to his beloved mid role with Invoker or Brewmaster.

Yao is a versatile player who can take on almost any role required. He excels in a high pressure situations and was considered as one of the most talented mid players during The International 2012. His experience and game sense make him a valuable player for cn LGD going into this year’s International.

Rabbit (Xiaotuji)

cn Wang Zhang

Signature Heroes: :d2_naix:

Player Position: 1 – Carry

The 20-year-old Wang ‘Rabbit (Xiaotuji)’ Zhang is a part of the second generation of Chinese Dota players. He started his career 2012 in cn Lord of Host, but only a month later joined cn Noah’s Ark, which he was part of for a couple of months. Rabbit dropped off the radar for a while only to rise again to the stars with cn RisingStars in early 2013. He made a name for himself, with his brilliant performance in multiple different tournaments, including the third place finish in Red Bull ECL Dota 2 Championship in July 2013. In September 2013, Rabbit joined cn LGD to fill the void that Sylar had left after the miserable success at International 2013. With Rabbit rounding out the LGD’s five their performance skyrocketed and LGD was once again on form going into the new year.

Rabbit is a carry with a capital C, excelling on battle-type carries such as Lifestealer & Weaver taking the fight to the enemy, while still maintaining a respectable creep score. For the longest of time he was mainly playing just two carries, the formerly mentioned Lifestealer and Weaver, but he’s been diversifying his hero pool as of late. His ability to perform at the highest level is one the key factors for LGD and their success at the International 2014.

Lin

cn Xu Ziyang

Signature Heroes: :d2_viper:

Player Position: 2 – Midlaner

cn Xu ‘Lin’ Ziyang is an extremely talented mid player and the second generation Chinese Dota player. Only 18 years of age, he started his professional career by joining cn RattleSnake in late 2013, later moving to cn LGD Gaming after a brief hiatus from gaming. He took over as a full time mid player, but still occasionally switches roles with Rabbit. He’s been playing multiple different heroes on the midlane with varying efficiency, but his two most common heroes, and the ones he’s most comfortable with, are Invoker and Viper.

DDC

mo Liang Faming

Signature Heroes: :d2_rubick: :d2_lesh: :d2_es:

Player Position: 5 – Hardsupport

mo Liang ‘DDC’ Faming is one of the longest standing players of cn LGD. After his early endeavors in cn CCM (later acquired by cn iG), with whom he also attended the first ever International in 2011, he was recruited to cn LGD Gaming alongside Xiao8, Yao & DD. With LGD he’s won numerous different tournaments and placed high in many others, proving that he’s one of the most stable supports in the world.

DDC is able adapt to any situation and take on next to any role, which makes him one of the more versatile supports in the world. He’s a team player at heart, excelling in creating space, while still finding the room the get some farm for himself. Together with DD they make a terrifying duo that synergizes together like a well-oiled machine. He’s oftentimes the babysitter of the crew, but at the end it’s as important role as any.

Predictions for The International

The new and improved cn LGD Gaming squad has been struggling a lot on their way to the biggest tournament of the year, and their shaky form is not to be overlooked. Once, arguably the best team in the world, has gone through many changes and not all of them have clicked in a way they would have wanted. Taking all of this into consideration, we are fairly certain that LGD won’t make it to the top eight.

Even at their best LGD Gaming has struggled to beat the four giants of China (cn NewBee, cn DK, cn VG & cn iG), and with many of the Western teams being able to challenge the China’s elite, it’s unlikely that LGD will reach all that far in this year’s International. There’s always the slim chance that they will pull of a miracle or two, but most likely they will fall somewhere between 10th and 14th place.

How far do you think LGD will go in this year’s International?

This article was written by fi Teemu Ikonen, joinDOTA’s Senior Writer. Meliora.Infinitum got absorbed into Dota during a LAN party between TI and TI2, and has been captivated ever since. Spends his spare time outdoors taking photos and writing a book. Believer of alternate universes, no legs strat and Half Life 3. Location: Espoo, FinlandFollow him on @MelioraInf.

The Chinese multi-gaming organizationtook its first steps in DotA in early 2010, by sponsoring a Chinese superstar team,. Led by the infamousWuSheng alongsideGongJian, the team had already made a name for themselves by taking the first place at SMM Grand National DotA Tournament in late 2009. Just a few months later the dynamic duo and three new recruits formed their very own team underbanner. The very first team that consisted ofXing GaoShun,JiangCen &Zeng ‘Hongda quickly became one of the most notable teams in China. In 2010 they won multiple different tournaments, such as G-League not once or twice, but thrice and placing high in many others, like WCG and Intel Extreme Masters.It wasn’t all sunshine and rainbows though, despite their amazing run in early 2010. The team was plagued by internal problems that only multiplied as they started to dip in form towards the end of the year. Whendecided to retire from competitive gaming in July 2010,lost a part of its heart and soul, and was no longer the same force to be reckoned with. Although they ended the year on the high note, placing second in the SMM Grand National DotA Tournament, the real upswing for the team was seen afterWongHock Chuan, the Malaysian star player, joined the team in January 2011, during the Great Chinese Reshuffle. They went on to win the Starswar 6 & G-League 2011 Season 1, while finishing strong in many other tournaments, and were ultimately invited by Valve to join the very first International. The joy was short-lived, as their hopes to get into International underbanner were shattered, whenmade a move which took away 4 ofcore players, leaving them unable to participate in the event.Whilequickly build up a new team around the last remaining player, his retirement in November 2011 put a lot of stress on the team, but eventually the issue was solved by the addition ofLiuJiajun from. Having found their groove the team stuck together through thick and thin all the way to the aftermath of The International 2012, which was also one of the first major events they participated after transitioning from DotA to Dota 2 in early 2012. Before the biggest spectacle of the year they had won Gigabyte Dota 2 Masters & It’s Gosu Monthly Madness Asia, showing that they were truly on form going into TI2. The International 2012 was a huge success foras they went 14-0 in the group stages, only to be beaten byandin the playoffs, ultimately snatching an impressive third place finish and $150,000 worth of prize money.While the mainsquad continued to perform admirably, placing in the top three in almost every single major tournament in late 2012, the organization had also made an acquisition and formed an international lineup consisting of well-known playersand. While the endeavors of the international squad did not last for very long, they had a quite successful run placing second in the G-League 2012 Season 2 and doing well early on. Their brother team on the other hand placed second in the Alienware Cup 2013 Season 1 and first in the Red Bull Esports Champion League 2013, and looked to be a strong contender for the International 2013, to which they were invited to before losing the direct invite due to roster changes. While they were able to make their way through the qualifiers to the main event, they were sorely disappointed after being eliminated byjust two rounds into the playoffs.The abysmal performance prompted heavy changes in theroster after the International 2013.was the first to leave the team, while the rest of the players were still tied up by their contracts to the team. WithZhangWang filling the void left bywas still able to perform rather well, placing third in the Sina Cup Season 2, finishing first in the Dota 2 League Season 4 and ending up on the third podium in G League 2013. However, rumors tied the LGD superstarZhangNing to the new and upcoming dream team, and in February 2014 it all came to pass asleftforand the pubstar YaoLu was brought to his place.With the late addition ofPengWeng in March 2014,was given a chance to build his own team under thebanner, which eventually got the namehowever, had troubles of fitting into the main roster and was quickly replaced byXuZiyang in April 2014, still staying as the official sixth member of the squad. Whilehas not had all that much time to practice with their rather new lineup, they are coming to this year’s International as one of the dark horses. It’s unlikely that their squad will last beyond TI if the results aren’t superb, but for the first time in a long while they have found a relatively solid group of players that can make things happen, even on a larger scale. Time will tell what will be the next step for one most revered Dota 2 organizations of all time, but for now all eyes are on the International.- LGD forms their own DotA squad around 2009 and ZSMJ, after briefly sponsoring For The Dream, who won the SMM 2009; the new team consist of: 2009, ZSMJ, GX, YYF & WAQT (Faith).- ch is brought in as a new player after WAQT (Faith) leaves for iG.- 2009 retires from DotA and BeNz is brought in to fill the void.- 830 joins LGD as GX is let go from the team.- BeNz leaves LGD for DK’s new team.- Chuan rounds up the LGD’s five.- iG rips apart the promising team snatching four of LGD’s players to their new team. Only ZSMJ is left in LGD.- LGD announces their new team: xiao8, ZSMJ, Yao, DD & DDC.- ZSMJ retires; LGD is left searching for replacement.- Sylar joins LGD from WE, making LGD a full 5-man roster again.- LongDD replaces DD who’s been sidelined by surgery.- DD returns to the team and LongDD is let go.- Sylar is no longer part of LGD.- Rabbit (Xiaotuji) moves to LGD to replace Sylar.- Maybe replaces the team captain Xiao8 in LGD.- Icy is brought in to replace Maybe, who’s given an opportunity to create his own team under LGD banner.- LGD adds Lin to their roster making it a six-man squad; Icy is benched for the time being.DotA- U9 (2010)- G-League 2010 Season 1 (2010)- World Cyber Games China (2010)- Intel Extreme Masters (2010)- G-League 2010 Season 2 (2010)- MYM Prime Defending #12 (2010)- TopGamer (2010)- SMM Grand National DotA Tournament (2010)- G-League 2010 Season 4 (2010)- Lunar New Year Cup (2011)- Asian DotA Championship IV (2011)- i-City Pro DotA Tournament (2011)- DotA Master Tournament (2011)- VS E-sports League (2011)- CREG-M (2011)- Starswar 6 (2011)- G-League 2011 Season 1 (2011)- E-Sports Champions League Season 2 (2011)- PLU Dota League Season 1 (2011)- Wuxi International eSports Champions Cup (2011)- GIGABYTE RTS Xmas Fight (2011)- Hao Fang Golden League (2011)- China Joy National Esports Championship (2011)- E-Sports Champions League Finals (2011)- PCGames League (2012)- G-League 2011 Season 3 (2012)- World Gamemaster Tournament (2012)- G-1 Champions League Season 3 (2012)- Nvidia Gaming Festival 2012 (2012)Dota 2- Gigabyte Dota 2 Masters (2012) – $3,000- It’s Gosu Monthly Madness Asia (2012) – $500- The International #2 (2012) – $150,000- G-1 Champions League Season 4 (2012) – $28,500- The Asia (2012) – $15,000- G League 2012 (2012) – $1,600- G-1 Champions League Season 5 (2013) – ~$12,800- TI 3 EAST Qualifier (2013) – TI 3 Invite- Dota 2 Super League (2013) – ~$16,220- Alienware Cup 2013 Season 1 (2013) – $12,000- Red Bull Esports Champion League (2013) – ~$16,000- Sina Cup (2013) – ~$490- GEST – The Challenge 4 (2013) – $1,000- National Electronic Sports Tournament 2013 (2013) – $16,500- Sina Cup Season 2 (2013) – ~$1,640- HyperX Dota 2 League Season 4 (2013) – $25,000- G-League 2013 (2013) – ~$1,600Boasting one of the most versatile set of players in China,has the ability to change things around when it comes to laning and who plays what hero, which gives them an distinctive advantage over their opponents. Especiallyandhave been seen switching things around, withsometimes taking on the carry role in the safelane, while Rabbit occupies the midlane. LGD does not lack variety, but thats partly due to the fact that they are still trying to find their style of play. If they can click together properly and find that perfect medium, they can potentially go far in this years’ International.up and down performance has left a lot of questions going into The International 2014, but it won’t be long now until most of them are answered. The key thing for them is to keep the balance between experimentalism and traditional picks, and work with what they know how to play. With many pocket strategies undoubtedly coming into play in this years’ International, the team that can adapt the best on the fly will go the furthest, and this is whatmost certainly can do.(Captain)Xie BinSignature Heroes: :d2_sk: Player Position: 4 – SemisupportThe 24-year-old veteranXieBin saw his professional career first become reality as he joinedalongside Yao ‘Yao’ Zhengzheng &ZhangNing in 2010. A year later he was recruited byand has been part of the team ever since. He’s won numerous tournaments as a part of thebrand and looks to strike again in this year’s International.started his career by playing various semi-carries, but later transitioned to support role alongside. He specializes on heavy gankers and jungle heroes, initiating aggression and making space where it’s needed. As a captain of the team he has huge role in making sure the flow of the game always keeps goingway, and he does that by being where he needs to be at any given time. He’s unselfish and meticulous in his play, which makes him a support to look out forYao ZhengzhengSignature Heroes: :d2_panda: Player Position: 3 – OfflaneSimilarly to, the 24-year-oldYaoZhengzheng (formerly known as XiaoD) began his career in gaming in 2010, when joined the Chinese team. In early 2011 he took a hiatus from gaming due to his school obligations, but later returned inbefore moving on toin August 2011. During his short stint inplayed a more support oriented role, oftentimes taking reigns on a heavy ganker. Later under thebanner, he took over the mid role, excelling with heroes such as Invoker, DK & Brew, but after the International 2012took over the mid role androtated to the offlane positions, which he still plays this very day. Occasionally though he still returns to his beloved mid role with Invoker or Brewmaster.is a versatile player who can take on almost any role required. He excels in a high pressure situations and was considered as one of the most talented mid players during The International 2012. His experience and game sense make him a valuable player forgoing into this year’s International.Wang ZhangSignature Heroes: :d2_weaver: Player Position: 1 – CarryThe 20-year-old WangZhang is a part of the second generation of Chinese Dota players. He started his career 2012 in, but only a month later joined, which he was part of for a couple of months.dropped off the radar for a while only to rise again to the stars within early 2013. He made a name for himself, with his brilliant performance in multiple different tournaments, including the third place finish in Red Bull ECL Dota 2 Championship in July 2013. In September 2013,joinedto fill the void thathad left after the miserable success at International 2013. Withrounding out thefive their performance skyrocketed andwas once again on form going into the new year.is a carry with a capital C, excelling on battle-type carries such as Lifestealer & Weaver taking the fight to the enemy, while still maintaining a respectable creep score. For the longest of time he was mainly playing just two carries, the formerly mentioned Lifestealer and Weaver, but he’s been diversifying his hero pool as of late. His ability to perform at the highest level is one the key factors forand their success at the International 2014.Xu ZiyangSignature Heroes: :d2_invoker: Player Position: 2 – MidlanerXuZiyang is an extremely talented mid player and the second generation Chinese Dota player. Only 18 years of age, he started his professional career by joiningin late 2013, later moving toafter a brief hiatus from gaming. He took over as a full time mid player, but still occasionally switches roles with Rabbit. He’s been playing multiple different heroes on the midlane with varying efficiency, but his two most common heroes, and the ones he’s most comfortable with, are Invoker and Viper.Liang FamingSignature Heroes: :d2_visage: Player Position: 5 – HardsupportLiangFaming is one of the longest standing players of. After his early endeavors in(later acquired by), with whom he also attended the first ever International in 2011, he was recruited toalongside. Withhe’s won numerous different tournaments and placed high in many others, proving that he’s one of the most stable supports in the world.is able adapt to any situation and take on next to any role, which makes him one of the more versatile supports in the world. He’s a team player at heart, excelling in creating space, while still finding the room the get some farm for himself. Together withthey make a terrifying duo that synergizes together like a well-oiled machine. He’s oftentimes the babysitter of the crew, but at the end it’s as important role as any.The new and improvedsquad has been struggling a lot on their way to the biggest tournament of the year, and their shaky form is not to be overlooked. Once, arguably the best team in the world, has gone through many changes and not all of them have clicked in a way they would have wanted. Taking all of this into consideration, we are fairly certain thatwon’t make it to the top eight.Even at their besthas struggled to beat the four giants of China (), and with many of the Western teams being able to challenge the China’s elite, it’s unlikely that LGD will reach all that far in this year’s International. There’s always the slim chance that they will pull of a miracle or two, but most likely they will fall somewhere betweenplace.This article was written byTeemu Ikonen, joinDOTA’s Senior Writer. Meliora.Infinitum got absorbed into Dota during a LAN party between TI and TI2, and has been captivated ever since. Spends his spare time outdoors taking photos and writing a book. Believer of alternate universes, no legs strat and Half Life 3. Location: Espoo, FinlandFollow him on @MelioraInf.

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[NEW] Some Interesting Menes and Anecdotes on Team PSG.LGD : DotA2 | team lgd – Vietnamnhanvan

Yesterday I saw some comments on the Chinese team and players feels too distant from the rest of the world and Chinese players being almost emotionless. As a Chinese dota players who’s been paying attention to both western and eastern dota scenes, I don’t think that’s the case. This is largely due to the culture and geographical distance that we have and I really felt obliged to tell you guys some of the interesting memes and anecdotes on Chinese teams and players, starting from PSG.LGD. *This post will be updated later this day as I need to focus on my work at the moment.

The current in-game ID for player Ame, “萧瑟”, which is from ancient Chinese poems, indicates the sound of wind going through tree leaves, especially in autumn. It is used to represent the chilliness and depression one feels in a season of loneliness. This ID was first seen after TI9, old PSG.LGD’s second failed attempt in claiming the aegis.

Player Ame is often referred to as “the idiot king” , because his first name “淳煜” shares the same pronunciation with idiot fish in Chinese, and his last name “王”, has a meaning of “King”, thus the title “the idiot king”. Another thing contributing to this name is his calm and introvert personality in front of the public. In pub games, streams, he barely speaks anything and just plays dota, with occasional coughs which is described by the chat as the dragon’s cough(dragon is the symbol of emperor’s rule and his absolute supremacy). If anyone managed to have Ame speak a word in pub games, chat would spam “medical miracle” for Ame’s mute nature somehow disappeared.

Player Ame has been known for his incredibly fast farming speed. Whenever he has a bad start and 15 minutes later somehow managed get to the top of the networth chart, chat would call this “making money out of the crotch”, which basically means making money out of nowhere, a compliment for his excellent, sometimes ridiculous farming skills. Ame haters would spam “Atme” if he get caught when farming because he gives money back to his enemy like an ATM machine.

Ame fans in China would use the word “扣” if Ame carries and win the game. This word describes the action involved in female masturbation (in a way that is not offensive to female) and is only used to show fan’s excitement seeing such excellent performances from Ame. And sometimes, if Ame’s carry continues, chat would spam that they are “dehydrated” because they “扣” so hard that they run out of water down there(again it’s only a joke) so they need to get some water.

The current PSG.LGD is often joked as a weeb team for the fact that there’s a bunch of anime lovers in them, with Ame, y, and XinQ being the most prominent. Famous Chinese Vtuber A-soul even cheered for PSG.LGD before their departure for TI10.

New updates: One of Ame’s high school classmates shared her experience with Ame. He was pursued by a lot of girls during that time for his extremely attractive looking. Also, Ame scored an insane 140+ out of 160(top 1% by my rough estimation) in College Entrance Examination in Jiangsu Province, which is a region notoriously famous for its high difficulty in math exams. However, his Chinese and English grades were so poor that his composition was described as “written by someone in primary school” by his Chinese teacher.

*Hey guys, thank you so much for your appreciation, I have to work for now and more stories will be told for the rest of LGD crew as well as star players from the old rooster. Again, thank you for your support.

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Hey guys, I am back and will start updating now, sorry to keep you waiting. The following content are all fresh. Hope you can enjoy and feel free to leave your comment below, I wil try my best to reply.

Maybe used to be referred to as “the wild caveman” in 2018 Epicenter Major because he forgot to bring his razor with his, which made him look incredibly messy with all the beard growing like mad around his mouth. Or it may also be that in that tournament, Maybe was playing ultra agressively like a mad man, a man that obeys no rules and knows only recklessness, and somehow always owned the lane and win the game whoever he faced. You can almost feel his confidnece poping off the screen if you saw him play that series. It was a beaituful and sweet victory for LGD with a 3-1 against team Liquid. One month before that, LGD lost to Mineski on DAC final and suffered a lot from the toxic comment. Maybe tweeted on his blog ” I never think this is the closest we will be in taking the champion, cause I will take the champion by my own hands, just see” He played pubs and trained like hell the month after and we all know the rest of the story.

\”the wild caveman\”

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After the failure of LGD ending only in 3rd place in TI9, sentiments were brewing in the team. Despite getting the best placement in China region, a change has to happen for the old five(Ame, Maybe, Chalice, Fy and Xnova), who’s spent an extra year playing together after their deafening loss against OG in TI8.

Ame and Maybe after their loss in TI9

After TI9, Maybe left LGD, a team he’s spent almost 6 with, and joined team Elephant, together with Paparazi, and Yang, two previous VG players. Management in Elephant first found Sylar to play carry for the team. But the official announcement for the Elephant rooster got deleted the second day because the management at Elephant prefer Paparazi to Sylar. Things do not end here. Paparazi is not allowed to play in Elephant even though he’s already in Elephant’s training camp for there’s a default fee that needs to be paid to transfer to another team before the contract terminates. However, this sum, a total of 1.5 million CNY, which is supposed to be born by Elephant’s boss, felt very reluctant or may even refused to pay this amount. In the end, Paparazi paid for his own transfer fee to get to play in the team.

After this, Elephant became a highly controversial team and the management team was heavily critized for their demoralized move. The team offered the desertted carry 200K CNY but was turned down by him. Sylar later joined Ehome, with former LGD players Xnova and Chalice.

Strictly speaking Paparazi is also the victim. Despite that, some people would call him“自费C”, meaning, the carry that pays for himself.

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However, the sail for the starship (literally) is not smooth. Their performance during the DPC season was mediocre to say the best. They did not even got qualified for any Major this season and had to play TI qualifiers to get the slot. In the final match, Elephant defeated Ehome and got the ticket for TI. Yang, nicknamed Leather Shoe Yang becase he likes to wear leather shoe, was famous for his toxic nature. Yang features a signature “politeness trio”, which basically “greets” you, your mom and your dad at the same time. And during his time in Elephant, his performance is lacklaster. It is also said that Maybe and Yang played a lot of counterstrike instead of pubs, another possible cause for their performance.

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Time for something delightful(warning:weeb level raising)

Earlier this year, on Chinese forum NGA, there’s a post called I got surrounded by all the bijins (beautiful girls) in my school, what should I do?—–Story for Ame The post is basically a harem light novel femalizing all LGD players (both current and formal) as well as some players in OG. All the plot and of course the characters in the novel is based on or at least inspired by real-life events and anecdotes in dota scene. Ame, the protagnist, is often called Ame senpai in the novel by girls around him, which, as the meme got much more widespread, became one of his popular nicknames. Chinese Dota fans would just call him “仙贝”, which is a name for a popular snack in China that is made of rice and shares the same pronunciation as “senpai”

Below I’ll list the basic character setting for some of the players.

Maybe: Arrogant Ojou-sama

Xinq: Evil little loli

NothingToSay: Bijin foreign transfer student

Faithbian: Shapely bijin in sports club

Fy: sister to Maybe, emotionless Ojou-sama

Ana: Lazy genius classmate

Notail: Tsundere deskmate

the list goes on and on, and there’s a whole series of stories for all that. If you guys are interested, I might translate them. There’s even a Galgame based on this novel with voiceacotrs and all that, there’s videos for it on Chinese video website Bilibili, if you are interested.


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