Limmp
Linus Blomdin 
Sweden
compLexity Gaming
Poor showing from coL mid laner
January 4, 2018
Limmp barely made his presence felt in complexity's defeat to OG at Captain's Draft 4.0. The mid laner finished with a KDA of 2/3/5.
ANALYSIS
Limmp's Pugna struggled for majority of the game. He didn't lane too well against Resolution's Death Prophet, though with the help of Zfreek, they managed to kill off Death Prophet once early. His farming game, however, was still a disappointment, since he only had Treads and a Force Staff at the 16-minute mark. His positioning wasn't too great either, as his Life Drains and Nether Wards didn't really swing fights in coL's favor.
Absolutely dominates in win
January 4, 2018
Limmp could not be stopped as compLexity Gaming defeated Evil Geniuses in the Group Stages of Captain's Draft 4. Limmp finished with a 11/1/12 KDA.
ANALYSIS
Limmp was playing absolutely perfectly in this game. EG did not have an answer for his Queen of Pain all game long as he was able to serve as the focal point for compLexity, racking up 11 kills. Limmp was able to benefit from some great supportive play from his team in the win, but he has to feel very good about this performance.
Falls apart in decider
December 18, 2017
Limmp finished compLexity's 2-1 loss to OG during the Wild Card Finals at The Summit 8 with an average KDA of 8/3/6.
ANALYSIS
Limmp was the driving force behind any coL success during their final series at The Summit 8. His Phantom Lancer in Game 1 was practically keeping them in the game by itself. He finished with a final KDA of 6/3/1. Limmp opened Game 2 strong as well as Death Prophet. Helping his teammates to snowball this time around coL managed to snag a victory as Limmp finished with a 15/1/16 KDA. In Game 3, the wheels came off as Limmp's Puck was muffled from the start and compLexity was unable to rally without their midlaner's success. Limmp finished with a final KDA of 2/5/2.
Manages to close out a tough series
December 16, 2017
Limmp had a shaky start but finished on a strong note in complexity's 2-1 win over Optic at the Summit 8. He finished with an overall KDA of 11/13/24.
ANALYSIS
Limmp played Shadow Fiend in Game 1, but couldn't get much done. He struggled to find kills in fights, often being forced to pop Black King Bar and run before getting to unload his damage. Limmp finished with a 3/4/1 KDA. In Game 2 Limmp played Dragon Knight. Although he played well, this was still kind of a rough game for Limmp. He died a lot during fights by being out of position, and although it did allow Chessie's Morphling some extra freedom in fights, these were avoidable deaths. He finished with a 4/7/10 KDA. In Game 3 Limmp played Phantom Lancer. This was a nice improvement on his shaky Game 2, and complexity looked much stronger with all three cores playing well. He finished with a 4/2/13 KDA.
Slow to start vs Evil Geniuses
December 14, 2017
Limmp finished with an overall KDA of 13/11/20 as complexity went 1-2 in its games vs Evil Geniuses at the Summit 8.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Limmp played Templar Assassin. He was heavily pressured in lane, and never really managed to get off to the kind of start Templar Assassin needs to take over a game. There were no easy kills for Limmp, and he wasn't able to take many EG heroes one on one. He finished with a 4/5/5 KDA. In Game 2 Limmp played a very underwhelming Outworld Devourer. He was never able to stand in fights long enough to built up the stolen intelligence to unload massive damage, and EG was often able to live through his Sanity's Eclipse. Limmp finished with a 0/3/5 KDA. In Game 3 Limmp finally showed up for real on Shadow Fiend. He started the game with 12 souls thanks to the Clockwerk Power Cog trick, and proceeded to take over the game with that advantage. He finished with a commanding 9/3/10 KDA.
Dominates Mineski with his signature Tiny
November 23, 2017
Limmp played an excellent game against Mineski at the Perfect World Minor. He finished with a 6/1/9 KDA.
ANALYSIS
Even before the recent changes to Tiny, Limmp was well known on the hero. He has continued to shine on the rock man even through the recent 7.07 rework, and was one of the first pros to highlight his new playstyle. This game showed just how strong he is; apart from a single death, he was untouchable all game. Not only that, but his damage output was huge.
Excellent outing for coL mid
October 13, 2017
Limmp churned out an excellent series for Complexity Gaming as they dismantled Newbee in Starladder. The mid laner finished with a KDA of 13/4/26.
ANALYSIS
He opened the series with Viper in the mid lane. His early game went perfectly thanks to Kyle's perfect rotations. He dominated sccc in his perfect Viper game where he didn't die a single time. In Game 2, his Death Prophet wasn't deathless, but he made Newbee work for every kill. His item progression was quick and he provided a lot of key Silences for his team.
Returns to the NA scene
September 6, 2017
In an announcement on compLexity's website, it was revealed that Limmp will be returning to the team alongside his brother, Chessie.
ANALYSIS
Limmp's recent stint with Alliance was mostly met with poor results. He will be returning to coL after a successful time with the organization in 2016. It's a new meta, however, so only time will tell if he replicates his fine form of last year.
Free Agent
Out of Alliance
August 18, 2017
In a release on Team Alliance's website, it was announced that Limmp would be leaving the team.
ANALYSIS
After a year of poor results, Alliance's roster is finally undergoing changes. Since joining the team last year after The International 6, Limmp struggled to achieve any results outside minor tournaments with lesser competition. After a year of weak results, the team also failed to qualify for The International 7. Despite posting such poor results, Limmp has been a standout player in the past and will likely be a desirable pickup for the middle lane.
Alliance's only hope in a losing effort
May 20, 2017
Limmp played well individually, but that wasn't enough in Alliance's 0-2 loss to iG at the StarLadder iLeague Invitational. He finished with a 7/5/6 KDA.
ANALYSIS
Limmp played Shadow Fiend in Game 1. Limmp did well in his lane, and managed to actually transition that into some potent mid-game fights. Although Limmp was able to dish out some pretty impressive punishment, he was the only member of his team really having a good game. Limmp finished with a 4/1/0 KDA. In Game 2 Limmp played Tinker. He had one of the best Tinker starts imaginable, securing his Boots of Travel by seven and a half minutes. He managed to keep up his performance throughout most of the game, but the times that he did die were devastating for Alliance. Limmp was Alliance's major source of damage, but he was unfortunately vulnerable in the late-game to iG's mobile cores. Limmp finished with a 3/4/6 KDA.
Controls mid lane in VGJ sweep
May 18, 2017
Limmp played very efficiently for Alliance, as he and his team swept VGJ 2-0 in the group stage of the Starladder Invitational #2. Limmp finished the series with a final KDA of 15/6/38.
ANALYSIS
Limmp had no issues dominating the mid lane in Game 1, participating in a five-minute killing spree on Brewmaster. Limmp still led the game in net worth 15 minutes in, but he dove a little too deep in the mid game, allowing VGJ to grab a few profitable kills. In the end, Alliance had built up too early of a lead to allow any sort of a comeback. Game 2 posed a challenging mid lane for Limmp on Shadow Fiend, as he saw constant pressure from VGJ's supports. However, he did a great job of not feeding, and farmed safely when he could. This prevented Limmp from falling behind, and helped him snowball into the late game for the victory, dealing 16,218 damage to buildings.
Put together a solid series in a disappointing loss
March 12, 2017
Limmp was not as bad as the series looked as Alliance loses to Team Secret 2-0 and fall to the loser's finals of the EU Regional Qualifiers for Kiev Major. Limmp finished with a 10/7/4 KDA in the series.
ANALYSIS
This series was completely controlled by Secret from the very beginning. Each game may have started out in a competitive fashion, but Secret promptly went on to make their move and win each game decisively. Out of all of the performances on the side of Alliance, Limmp's was the least disappointing as he seemed to be the only one not completely outmatched by Secret. Alliance will now have to fight through the losers bracket.
Helps hold down the middle lane
March 10, 2017
Limmp finished Alliance's 1-0 victory over Team Secret during the European Regional Qualifiers of the Kiev Major with a final KDA of 4/2/16.
ANALYSIS
Limmp played Silencer in the middle lane with Handsken's Ogre Magi. Together they were able to hamper MidOne so that he was unable to snowball. With the rest of the team keeping MP in check, Limmp was able to reset any engagement with his Global Silence, helping Alliance to take the win.
Shutdown by Team NP
November 13, 2016
Limmp finished without a kill in Alliance's 0-1 loss to Team NP in the BEAT Invitational loser's bracket. Limmp's final KDA was a poor 0/6/4.
ANALYSIS
Limmp played Dragon Knight in the middle lane against EternalEnVy's Mirana. Limmp focused primarily on pushing after acquiring his Shadow Blade around 11 minutes. Limmp managed to do 2,200 damage to enemy structures and even dealt 13,100 damage to enemy heroes, but he was still unable to notch a kill. Limmp was often focused down first, trying to keep the attention off of Loda's Terrorblade. Alliance was simply outplayed by Team NP who both out-drafted and out-farmed the lads from Sweden.
Is a monster against CompLexity
November 13, 2016
Limmp tore up compLexity and sent them home after a best-of-one win during the BEAT Invitational. Limmp finished the match with a KDA of 11/0/9.
ANALYSIS
Limmp played Juggernaut in the middle lane against canceL's Mirana. He was able to hold his own despite canceL's range advantage. He farmed quickly and was able to join in the team fights early. He feasted on the Terrorblade and Oracle alike, cutting them down with ease. He dealt 16,100 damage en route to a commanding victory and a matchup with Team NP in another best-of-one.
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