Amadeu Carvalho 
Deathless on Friday
March 5, 2019
Attila ended Friday's win over Misfits with a 2/0/4 KDA as Jinx.
Attila didn't carry, but didn't need to during Friday's win over Misfits. The bottom laner was involved in six of 13 kills, tying for the team-low in kill participation. His two kills were the third highest total on the team, while Attila gave away none of his side's six deaths in the game.
Salvages KDA in loss
February 26, 2019
Attila finished Saturday's loss to Fnatic with a 4/1/7 KDA as Ashe.
Attila preserved his KDA despite falling to Fnatic on Saturday. The bottom laner was involved in 11 of 14 kills, leading Vitality in kill participation. His seven assists were the second highest total on the team, while his four kills tied for the team-high in defeat.
Unkillable on Kai'sa
February 21, 2019
Attila ended Saturday's win over Schalke with a 6/0/5 KDA as Kai'sa.
Attila scaled into a threat as Vitality took out Schalke in one sided fashion. The bottom laner was involved in 11 of 18 kills, tying for the team-high in kills. Attila gave away no deaths, while ending with the second highest kill participation in the game.
Pops off on Kai'sa
January 26, 2019
Attila earned a 4/1/4 KDA on Kai'sa during his team's victory over Fnatic on Friday.
Attila had a relatively slow start to his team's victory against Fnatic. After his team started things off by picking up multiple kills, Attila realized he simply needed to farm and scale for late. This is exactly what he did, outfarming the enemy bottom lane in preparation for the mid game. As soon as he found an opportunity to join skirmishes he did, picking up several kills to snowball himself ahead. With his lead, he was able to take over teamfights, bringing his team back-to-back fight wins, ultimately resulting in his team taking a convincing 32-minute victory.
Scales into a threat
January 25, 2019
Attila ended Friday's win over Fnatic with a 4/1/4 KDA as Kai'sa.
Attila scaled up into a late game threat during Friday's win over Fnatic. He was involved in eight of 14 kills, ending the game with the team's third highest kill participation. His four kills tied for the team-high, while his four assists were the second fewest on the team. The bottom laner's one death was the team-low during the win.
Gets going late
January 20, 2019
Attila finished Saturday's win over Splyce with a 4/3/1 KDA as Vayne.
Attila overcame a poor early game to help Vitality pick up the win over Splyce. He was involved in 50% of his team's kills, tying for the team-low in kill participation. His three deaths were the team-high, but he also tied for the team-high in kills as he scaled into a threat in the late game.
Excels outside of lane
September 9, 2018
Attila went an overall 17/4/18 in Vitality's Saturday win over Misfits.
Attila and Jactroll struggled somewhat with the enemy bot lane throughout the series, but outside of Game 1, it wasn't much of an issue. Outside the laning phase, however, Attila thrived. His teamfighting was truly immaculate, as, after a rough Game 1 loss, he didn't die for the entire rest of the series. His combined KDA for Games 2, 3, and 4 was an unbelievable 16/0/16 as he dished out loads of damage while staying completely safe throughout, helping Vitality to a solid 3-1 series victory.
Pushes series to Game 4
August 31, 2018
14/13/17 was Attila's overall KDA as Vitality fell to Schalke on Friday.
Attila's Games 1 and 2 on Varus were incredibly lackluster, as he fell behind and accomplished little. With Vitality's backs to the wall, however, he pulled out the pocket Draven as a counter to the enemy Kai'Sa. This paid off in spades, as the aggressive pick helped facilitate a dominant early game filled with kills, leading to a trademark 25-minute win for Vitality. Bringing the Draven back for Game 4, Attila failed to pull out the win for his team, but did find plenty of kills and put out tons of damage to nearly fight Vitality's way back into the game.
Struggles to get going during victory
August 5, 2018
Attila earned a 4/3/5 KDA on Swain during VIT's victory over UoL.
Although his team had a rather strong victory over UoL, the same could not be said for Attila. Picking a mage yet again, he found himself unable to get much of anything done during the early game. Up against an aggressive enemy composition, he found himself quickly racking up a couple of deaths. Thankfully, despite him falling behind, the rest of his team was having an extremely strong performance and were able to find ways to buy him time. As the game progressed, he was able to get things going, though not enough to have the impact he had previously hoped for. Joining his team in skirmishes, he was able to deal decent amounts of damage, though his team largely kept him in the game with superior play. As a result, VIT took a 36-minute victory.
Strong mechanical play
July 21, 2018
Attila went 2/3/1 in Vitality's loss to G2 on Friday.
Attila was again drafted a standard AD carry in this game in Lucian, and it was easy to see why. Early in the game, when Vitality was still putting up a fight, Attila was a big reason why, as his mechanics in skirmishes helped Vitality win out on engagements. The most important example of this was G2's failed dive in the top lane, in which his instant Flash away from Wadid's Alistar arguably won the fight for his team. Even in the late game, he was solid in teamfights, but G2 was simply better.
Consistent performance in victory over H2K
July 13, 2018
Attila earned a 4/3/6 KDA on Lucian during his team's victory over H2K.
After being gifted an early kill thanks to a gank, Attila had no trouble dealing huge amounts of damage to the enemy team. With a lead in the early game, he helped bully the enemy bottom lane and force them to play at a disadvantage. Although he was ganked and gave up an early kill, he bounced back with ease, showing up huge during the mid game. Skirting his way around the edge of teamfights, he was able to help his team build up a massive gold lead, all but handing them the victory. During the final fights of the game, he was focused down, giving up two more deaths, but finding kills and objectives in the process. Dying early in the final fight of the game, he was able to get off enough damage prior to his death to help his team close things out, resulting in a 26-minute victory over H2K.
Does enough to get by
June 30, 2018
Attila finished Vitality's win over FC Schalke 04 on Saturday with a 1/3/12 KDA.
On Ezreal for this series, Attila didn't necessarily have a bad game, but it wasn't the most impactful one. Rather than being the prototypical carry, he kind of played a more support role, simply adding in some damage and mainly racking up the assists during the lopsided win. Granted, he didn't really need to do much carry since Jiizuke and Gilius did enough of that for the entire team. But Vitality has to hope that this doesn't become a trend for Attila moving forward.
Disaster in the bot lane
June 24, 2018
Attila's KDA read 0/4/1 as Vitality lost to Fnatic on Saturday.
Vitality could not have had a much worse start to this game, and Attila carried more than his fair share of the blame. Not only was he the one to die for first blood, but he also Teleported back to lane on respawn only to die again in the 2-vs-2. To be fair, his teammates were also dying in the meantime, but Attila's play was particularly costly. With an enormous early lead, Fnatic had no trouble winning the game.
Flashy bottom lane pick falls flat
June 23, 2018
Attila went just 3/3/6 during Vitality's loss against ROCCAT on Friday.
Attila went with his interesting Heimerdinger pick in the bottom lane once again this week, but things didn't turn out how he would have liked this time around. He simply didn't have anywhere near the impact on his lane that he needed, which put Vitality at a bit of a disadvantage. He did have a solid KDA ratio, but he couldn't help his team in the late game when teamfighting skill was paramount. As such, ROCCAT won the key teamfight in the late game that allowed them to pick up the 46-minute victory.
Ties for team-high death total
February 16, 2018
Minitroupax finished Friday's loss to G2 with a 0/3/0 KDA as Kalista.
Minitroupax was unable to contribute in any viable way other than dying in a game that Vitality ended with no kills. His three deaths tied Gilius for the team high as Vitality dropped their second game of the season.
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