Resolut1on
Roman Fominok 
Ukraine
Forward Gaming
Rare mistakes in dominant performance
August 22, 2018
Resolution brought his A-game against Winstrike. The star carry finished with a KDA of 26/3/19.
ANALYSIS
Reso played Drow Ranger to explosive effect in both games of the series. His positioning and decision making was nearly perfect in both games as he was rarely caught out by Winstrike despite their mobile lineups. His 17 kills in Game 1 was one of the highest in the tournament so far.
Was shut down by OG
August 21, 2018
Resolution stepped up but it wasn't enough for VGJ.Storm against OG. The Ukrainian star finished with a KDA of 26/11/21.
ANALYSIS
Resolution played Weaver in Game 1 of the series. He was styling on OG for most of the early and mid game as he capitalized on his impressive farm. His 18 kills set the pace of the game as he was dissecting OG. But when he struggled at breaking high ground against OG's immense magical damage as they succumbed to defeat. In Game 2, Resolution went with the even more aggressive Ursa Warrior. Unfortunately, he couldn't recover from his rough laning stage and was hard countered by Ana's Troll Warlord.
Finally bested
August 17, 2018
Resolut1on finished VGJ.Storm's 1-1 draw with OpTic during The International 2018 group stages with an average KDA of 4/4/11.
ANALYSIS
Resolut1on played a clean Game 1 as Phantom Lancer. He easily outplayed Pajkatt's Monkey King and outlasted OpTic to keep VGJ.Storm's perfect record alive. Everything changed in Game 2 as Spectre. Heavy pressure from Zai's support Tiny kept Resolut1on down for too long with no way to recoup his farm and levels before OpTic was pushing down Tier 4 towers.
In full TI mode
August 16, 2018
Resolut1on finished VGJ.Storm's 2-0 victory over Team Secret during The International 2018 with an average KDA of 8/1/18.
ANALYSIS
Resolut1on played Dragon Knight in Game 1 in the offlane. Despite not winning his lane, Resolut1on only died once during the game and played objectively, pushing down Secret's towers and avoiding unnecessary fights, suffocating them slowly. In Game 2, Resolut1on popped off as Spectre, winning his lane and destroying Secret from start to finish.
Can't follow through in the late-game
July 29, 2018
Resolut1on played a weak series in a 2-0 loss to Fnatic at the Summit 9. He finished with an overall KDA of 11/12/21.
ANALYSIS
Resolut1on faltered in Game 1 on Arc Warden. He went for an extremely greedy Hand of Midas into Maelstrom item build, leaving him weak to ganks all game. He spent a lot of time dead, and also gave away a lot of extra gold from his clone dying. He finished with a 5/7/8 KDA. In Game 2 Resolut1on played Skeleton King. He made some cool plays with a build focused on his Mortal Strike skeleton summons but was unable to close it out in the end against Fnatic's late game. Resolut1on finished with a 6/5/13 KDA.
Stylish series from VGJ.Storm's carry
July 26, 2018
Resolut1on finished with a 22/7/25 overall KDA in a convincing 2-0 win vs Optic at the Summit 9.
ANALYSIS
Resolut1on played a good Arc Warden in Game 1. Although he gave up a few deaths, he did a great job farming up quickly and getting ahead of Optic. As soon as he completed his Scythe of Vyse fights became unwinnable for the enemy. Resolut1on finished with a 12/5/8 KDA. In Game 2 Resolut1on played a very impressive Phantom Lancer. He did a great job using his items and abilities to evade damage and stuns in fights. His maneuverability actually won VGJ.S a critical late-game fight that let them take the game. He finished with a 10/2/17 KDA.
Can't carry all on his own
June 3, 2018
Resolut1on finished with a 23/18/28 overall KDA in a 2-0 loss to Team Secret at the China Supermajor.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Resolut1on played well on Sniper. He did a nice job living through mid-game fights while keeping up his farm. In the late game though, VGJ.S' damage was almost entirely reliant on Resolut1on and he simply couldn't put it out quickly enough. He finished with a 19/6/16 KDA. Resolut1on played Luna in Game 2. He had a few decent fights but got targeted by Doom more often than not. Despite doing a good job keeping up in farm, all his net worth was easily rendered useless by one ultimate. He finished with a 4/12/12 KDA.
Deathless series against Fnatic
May 12, 2018
Resolut1on played a perfect series in a 2-0 win against Fnatic at GESC Thailand. He finished with a 19/0/12 overall KDA.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Resolut1on played Medusa, going all game without giving up a single death. He was nearly untouchable in fights, sitting back and just pounding away at Fnatic with Split Shot and Mystic Snakes. After doing well in lane and farming up very quickly, Resolut1on was untouchable by Fnatic all game. He finished with a 5/0/9 KDA. Resolut1on played Morphling in Game 2, taking over the map very quickly. He got his core of Linken's Sphere and Ethereal Blade by 23 minutes and spent the rest of the game hunting down Fnatic's supports and collecting free kills for himself. He finished with a 14/0/3 KDA.
Secures the North American Supermajor qualifier slot
April 26, 2018
Resolut1on went without a single death in a convincing 2-0 win over VGJ.Storm in the China Dota 2 Supermajor qualifiers. He finished with a 16/0/15 overall KDA.
ANALYSIS
Resolut1on started the series off with a fantastic Gyrocopter performance. After a slow start to the lane phase, Resolut1on exploded into the mid game. His area-of-effect damage was quite simply overwhelming for Immortals. There was no answer to the amount of damage Resolut1on could front load in a fight, which set VGJ.Storm up for easy cleanups. He finished with an 8/0/6 KDA. Resolut1on played excellent again in game 2, on Medusa this time. His positioning was good all game, and he did a great job in lane so Resolut1on was able to hold his ground in fights. In combination with the area-of-effect damage from YawaR's Gyrocopter, there was no hope for Immortals once the two VGJ.S carries got going. Resolut1on finished with an 8/0/9 KDA.
Commanding win for VGJ.Storm's middle lane
April 24, 2018
Resolut1on played a great series vs Optic Gaming in a best-of-two in the Supermajor North American qualifiers. He finished with an overall KDA of 18/3/41.
ANALYSIS
Resolut1on played very well on Leshrac in Game 1. His positioning in fights allowed him to live through most engagements, giving him the opportunity to put out insane AoE damage. In VGJ.Storm's 32-minute win here, Resolut1on lead the server in damage done with a whopping 22,400. He finished with an 11/3/22 KDA. Resolut1on played Sniper in Game 2, managing to avoid giving up a single death. With MSS and YawaR in front of him and Sneyking's Omniknight backing him up, Resolut1onlution was a complete nightmare for Optic. There was no good answer to his range, and although his damage wasn't always amazing Resolut1on was always alive and poking away at Optic. He finished with a 7/0/19 KDA.
Joins VGJ.Storm
April 14, 2018
VGJ.Storm announced via its website that Resolut1on would be joining the team to replace Timado.
ANALYSIS
In the post it mentioned that this decision was partially made due to an undisclosed situation, yet to be resolved, that prevented Timado from attending team boot camps. VGJ has been on the fringe, despite reforming with a new roster after dumping the former members of isGG. Resolution certainly gives this team a better chance to make it to The International 2018, but the odds are still against them.
Released from OG
March 18, 2018
In a post on the team's Facebook page, it was announced that Resolut1on would be leaving OG.
ANALYSIS
This move comes after months of disappointing results for the OG roster. In December of 2017, the Resolut1on roster took first place at MDL Macau, but since then has consistently come up short of expectations. OG's captain, 7ckngMad, will be standing in while a new replacement is found.
Can't do it all on his own against Liquid
March 7, 2018
Resolut1on put forth a commendable performance in a close loss to Liquid at PGL Bucharest. He finished with a 15/3/10 KDA.
ANALYSIS
Resolut1on played a great Death Prophet against Liquid but couldn't manage to control the game enough on his own. Resolut1on was an absolute beast in fights thanks to support from Fly's Dazzle making Resolut1on survive way longer than Liquid wanted. Unfortunately for OG, two of Resolut1on's three deaths came in the late game, where a mistake like that can prove fatal.
ESL One Katowice run ended
February 22, 2018
Resolut1on played well in Game 1 but couldn't carry the day in a 0-2 loss to Liquid at ESL One Katowice.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Resolut1on played Storm Spirit. He played as well as he could in this game, but was never able to stop Kuroky's Oracle from saving the target Resolut1on initiated on. Getting constantly shut down in fights really slowed down his momentum and left him vulnerable. He finished with a 13/5/5 KDA. Resolut1on played Razor in Game 2, but struggled to have any impact in fights. He was very weak to Liquid's burst damage, and was never able to make great use of Static Link in fights. He finished with a 1/3/4 KDA.
Lone bright spot in tough loss
February 21, 2018
Resolut1on shined in the loss as OG lost to Vici Gaming 1-0 in the first round of ESL One Katowice. Resolut1on finished with a 9/5/8 KDA.
ANALYSIS
Resolut1on can't be blamed for throwing away OG's lead. He fought very well on Storm Spirit, as he significantly led his team in kills without any unnecessary deaths. Even as the game was slipping away, Resolut1on was doing everything he could to pull it back but came up short. OG now faces the tough road of going through the losers bracket.
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