Mushi
Chai Yee Fung 
Malaysia
Mineski
Advances with style to the Starladder playoffs
February 3, 2018
Mushi played a solid series in a 2-1 win against Empire at the fourth Starladder Invitational. He finished with an overall KDA of 21/6/26.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Mushi played Phantom Lancer. He was able to go for the Battle Fury item build, rocketing his farm ahead of the other cores in the game. This left Mineski in a good position as the game went later, and Mushi was able to take over fights and overwhelm Empire with his illusion army. Mushi finished with an 8/1/9 KDA. In Game 2 Mushi had a much rougher time on Medusa. He was pressured early and not allowed to get off to a good start. He did an admirable job trying to catch up, actually finishing the game with the most GPM of anyone, but the overall lead was too far in the favor of Empire by the time he was in a position to fight. Mushi finished with a 2/4/2 KDA. Mushi played Tiny in a Game 3 blowout victory. He got off to a slow start, but once all the pieces of Mineski's puzzle fell into place Mushi started running over Empire. His burst damage was just too much for anyone on Empire to handle. He finished with an 11/1/15 KDA.
Starts out strong but can't close out the series
February 2, 2018
Mushi finished a rough 1-2 loss to Newbee at the fourth Starladder Invitational. He finished with an overall KDA of 14/11/26.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Mushi played Troll Warlord. He was relatively quiet for most of the game, but did show up in force to fights with his team. With setup and Empower from iceiceice's Magnus, Mushi was able to deliver huge physical burst damage to multiple heroes at once. He finished with a 5/1/12 KDA. In Game 2 Mushi played Phantom Lancer but found himself in the complete opposite position to his Game 1. He was constantly under pressure, and forced to make risky plays to try and bring Mineski back into the game. He finished with a 3/6/5 KDA. Mineski took a big gamble in Game 3, giving Mushi Faceless Void. He managed to land a few good Chronospheres, but there was so much riding on each one that when he did slip up it cost Mineski dearly. To add to Mushi's worries, Newbee quickly adapted to playing around his ultimate. He finished the game with a 6/4/9 KDA.
Dominant showing from the veteran
January 23, 2018
Mushi had a dominant series against LFY in ESL One Genting. The veteran carry finished with a KDA of 16/2/21.
ANALYSIS
Mushi began the series with Lifestealer in the safelane. His laning stage went incredibly well picking up early kills against InFlame's Batrider. Mushi used the great early game to take over the game leading the way for Mineski with an impressive 13 kills. In Game 2, Mushi played Phantom Lancer. He didn't pick up as many kills but he was still very efficient with his farm and rotations thanks to a 12 minute Battle Fury.
Brings the pain in win
January 4, 2018
Mushi was a destructive force as Mineski defeated Team Secret in the Group Stages of Captain's Draft 4. Mushi finished with a 12/6/19 KDA.
ANALYSIS
Secret had no answer for Mushi. He led the team in kill participation at 31 of 41 kills, as he even found 12 kills himself. Mushi was dominant on Razor and Mineski looked to be playing their best in this match.
Brute forces his way to a win
January 4, 2018
Mushi finished with an imposing 10/1/19 KDA in a win vs Vici Gaming at Captain's Draft 4.
ANALYSIS
Mushi played an excellent Tiny against Vici. Despite a bit of a shaky early game, Mushi was able to come back extremely quickly through some nice fighting and farming. He scaled extremely well into the later stages of the game, giving Mineski the reach they needed to close out the game.
Hot streak comes to an end
November 23, 2017
Mushi played a decent Lifestealer, but couldn't handle compLexity on his own. He finished with a 4/2/6 KDA. Mineski is eliminated from the Perfect World Minor, finishing in 7th-8th place.
ANALYSIS
The game started out okay for Mushi. He got good farm from his lane, and was able to put out a lot of damage. Unfortunately for Mineski, Mushi had serious issues actually connecting his attacks to an enemy hero. He struggled massively against compLexity's healing and mobility.
Takes control of both games in a flashy win
October 22, 2017
Mushi finished with an overall KDA of 17/3/28 in Mineski's 2-0 win over LGD Gaming in the grand finals of the PGL Bucharest Minor.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Mushi played Phantom Assassin. It took Mushi a while to get going, but after Mushi finished up his Desolator at 15 minutes Mushi's game took off. He delivered massive physical burst damage, letting Mineski bring down anyone on LGD in the blink of an eye. He finished with a 7/1/10 KDA. In Game 2 Mushi played Vengeful Spirit. This is one of Mushi's classic heroes, and it really showed why in this game. He played very aggressive, often swapping himself directly into danger, but it worked out. With the rest of his team keeping pace, Mushi's aggression paid off in spades. He finished the game with a 10/2/18 KDA.
Strong start to PGL Bucharest
October 20, 2017
Mushi finished with an overall KDA of 16/7/22 in Mineski's 2-0 win over Evil Geniuses in the group stages of the PGL Bucharest Minor.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Mushi played Venomancer. This was far from a flashy game for Mushi, who usually plays much more dynamic heroes, but he did his job well. He was extremely tough to deal with in fights, and was almost always able to hit multiple heroes with Poison Nova. He finished with a 7/0/7 KDA. In Game 2 Mushi played Phantom Lancer. He made some questionable plays and built a Shadow Blade that was pretty useless, but overall Mushi played well in this game. He did a nice job keeping up with Arteezy's Anti-Mage in farm, and was a considerable threat to EG in the late game. He finished with a 9/7/15 KDA.
Turns back the clock
October 20, 2017
Mushi wasn't a consistent force for Mineski in their series against Natus Vincere at the PGL Minor. The veteran carry finished with a KDA of 15/11/35.
ANALYSIS
Mushi went with the aggressive Vengeful Spirit in the opening game of the series. He quickly snowballed out of control after picking up an early Mask of Madness. It was a perfect game for Mushi except for that one questionable Nether Swap that saved Dendi in the late game. In Game 2, he completely collapsed with his Pugna. His early game wasn't bad as he farmed at 12-minute Aether Lense, but his poor decision making was severely punished as he died an astonishing nine times. In Game 3, he went back to his Vengeful Spirit. The results were once again great as he helped secure Mineski's easy victory with eight kills.
Zero kills in a subdued series from Mineski's captain
October 12, 2017
Mushi finished with an overall KDA of 0/6/13 in Mineski's 0-2 loss to Team Liquid at the Starladder iLeague Minor.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Mushi played Medusa. He was an effective source of control in fights, but left Mineski sorely lacking in the damage department. His utility Medusa plan worked well for a while, but he needed to actually kill people during those disables. Mushi finished with a 0/3/11 KDA. Mushi played Medusa again in Game 2. This was an incredibly underwhelming showing from Mushi. He lost his lane, and proceeded to be nearly useless for the rest of the game. He offered little in the way of damage, and equally as much in terms of control. He finished with a 0/3/2 KDA.
Free Agent
Joins Mineski
March 20, 2017
In a statement released on the team's Facebook page, Mushi will be joining the Mineski organization as the captain of the Dota2 team.
ANALYSIS
After leaving Fnatic to pursue a more consistently competitive unit, Mushi will now have the ability to build a team around himself. With the addition of Mushi, Mineski made clear its intentions to rebuild the team around their new star player and would allow him some control over the final roster. Mineski has stated their intent to participate in upcoming international tournaments, but its full roster will be announced over the coming weeks.
Free Agent
The end of an era
February 6, 2017
In a post on their website, Fnatic announced that Mushi will be parting ways with the team.
ANALYSIS
Mushi played with Fnatic for two and a half years, and along with Ohaiyo was the only consistent member of Fnatic during their roster changes. After an impressive fourth place finish at The International 2016, Fnatic's performance dropped off sharply. Mushi's departure comes after a string of poor results, and two failed roster changes. In his statement on the website, Mushi said he plans to continue his career as a player for the time being.
Disappointingly quick end to Fnatic's tournament run
January 6, 2017
Mushi showed some glimmers of life in Game 2, but was otherwise disappointing again in Fnatic's 0-2 loss to Team NP on Day 2 of ESL One Genting. He finished with an 11/15/14 overall KDA. Fnatic are the first team eliminated, finishing in last place.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Mushi played Medusa in the middle lane. He did well in lane, and continued to farm efficiently into the mid game, but when the game transitioned into full-on teamfights, he couldn't deliver the damage Fnatic needed. Mushi finished with a 4/7/4 KDA. In Game 2 Mushi played Lifestealer in the Radiant safe lane. Despite significant pressure from a Beastmaster and Undying, Mushi managed to get decent farm in lane. He quickly started to rotate around the map, Infested inside Febby's Riki. Although they managed to establish an early lead, late-game slip-ups gave NP a window back into the game. It slipped into a tense back and forth, but Mushi eventually died without buyback. This was the final nail in Fnatic's coffin. Mushi finished the game with a 7/8/10 KDA.
Weak showing from legendary SEA captain
January 5, 2017
Mushi looked unimpressive against Virtus Pro on the first day of ESL One Genting in Fnatic's first showing with their new roster. He finished with a 5/3/2 KDA.
ANALYSIS
In game 1 Mushi played Lifestealer in the Dire safe lane. He got off to a decent start in lane, but his first rotations didn't yield anything for Fnatic. He soon fell behind against Virtus Pro's extremely strong five-man fighting, and was completely helpless against Guardian Angel. Despite racking up the most kills on the team, most of them were unimportant support kills.
Difficult series for Fnatic's veteran carry
September 10, 2016
Mushi started off strong, but lost steam as Fnatic dropped 1-2 to Execration at the MPGL SEA Championships. He finished with a 15/19/37 KDA.
ANALYSIS
In their first game at MPGL and first appearance with the new roster, Mushi played his signature Medusa middle lane. He had a nice time in lane, keeping Abed's Invoker constantly on edge with Mystic Snake spam. Although things looked rough for a moment, Mushi eventually became too durable for Execration to deal with. He finished with a 4/1/14 KDA, and Fnatic won Game 1. In Game 2 Mushi played Outworld Devourer in the Radiant middle lane. He had a very nice lane, getting a lot of gold for himself and denying Abed's Tinker a quick Boots of Travel. Although he got off to a nice start, he failed to transition it into the mid and late game powerhouse his team needed it to be. Although he did deal a lot of damage, much of it wasn't in the time or places Fnatic needed. He finished Game 2 with an 8/9/18 KDA. Fnatic lost Game 2. In Game 3 Mushi played Timbersaw in the Radiant bottom lane. Mushi had a very rough game in what was by far his worst showing of the series. His lane was heavily contested, but he managed to get decent farm despite this. Unfortunately for Fnatic, Mushi failed to make the transition into the mid game. Without a quick Bloodstone or mana regeneration item, his Timbersaw was left helpless in fights. Mushi finished with a 3/9/5 KDA.
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