Jason Tran 
Outclassed in series loss
August 28, 2018
WILDTURTLE earned a series KDA of 5/5/11 during his team's 3-0 series loss against 100 Thieves.
Unfortunately for FlyQuest, WILDTURTLE did not have a strong performance in his team's series against 100 Thieves. In the first two games he was completely outclassed, finding himself falling behind drastically in lane and never able to recover. His poor showing net him only a single kill across his team's first two losses. Although he played poorly, the losses were not solely his fault as the rest of FlyQuest struggled throughout. Though he was able to step it up in Game 3, it came far too late. Unable to find a lead in lane, it came down to the midgame and later stages as WILDTURTLE found openings. Unfortunately, this time when he found a lead, his team found a disadvantage. Once again FlyQuest was simply outclassed, resulting in a 42-minute loss. This secured the 3-0 series sweep for 100 Thieves.
Dominates in victory
August 13, 2018
WILDTURTLE earned a 6/1/4 KDA on Ashe during FLY's victory over CLG.
Much like the rest of his team, WILDTURTLE had a strong performance over CLG to claim victory. He started things off by picking up a quick kill and death in lane. Thankfully, this would be the extent of his dying. Through the rest of the game, he focused down the enemy team with ease, dominating team fights and outputting huge amounts of damage. Against the uncoordinated CLG, this worked perfectly, allowing him to use his ultimate to engage fights left and right. Constantly remaining safe in these fights, WILDTURTLE finished out the rest of the game by dominating a series of fights without picking up any additional deaths. As a result, FLY took a 32-minute victory in the game.
Backdoors for victory
July 31, 2018
WILDTURTLE earned a 2/0/1 KDA on Ashe during his team's victory over Team SoloMid on Sunday.
Despite not having an extremely flashy start to his team's victory over TSM, WILDTURTLE had a very strong showing over the enemy team. After building up a sizeable lead for himself through laning, he was able to join his team for skirmishes to continue getting things going. As the game became relatively even due to the teams trading blow for blow, WILDTURTLE made an aggressive call, opting to go for a backdoor against the enemy team. After killing the only member who recalled to defend his base, WILDTURTLE was able to bring his team a victory, ending the game as quickly as it began.
Obliterates the bottom lane
July 15, 2018
7/0/7 was WildTurtle's KDA in FlyQuest's Sunday victory over Team Liquid.
FlyQuest's bottom lane certainly had the inherent advantage of the Varus/Braum lane into Vladimir/Alistar early on, but WildTurtle turned that edge into a victory for his team. With Olleh's Alistar putting up a horrendous performance, it was all too easy for WildTurtle to find kill after kill in lane, finally leaving after taking the turret at 4/0/0. From there, FlyQuest had no trouble ending the game in 24 minutes, as the top side of the map had been won by Santorin.
Recovered well after early death
July 1, 2018
WildTurtle scored a 4/1/5 KDA on Lucian in FlyQuest's win against the Golden Guardians on Saturday.
The laning phase started out a bit rocky as WildTurtle got taken down for first blood. However the early death seemed to wake WildTurtle up as he was able to win the next 2-vs-2 skirmish, picking up a kill and assist in the process. When it was time to group, WildTurtle joined up with the already winning FlyQuest solo laners to smash teamfights and objectives. It only took 26-and-a-half minutes for FlyQuest to push and secure its second win in a row.
Received plenty of resources in win
June 25, 2018
WildTurtle earned a 2/3/5 KDA on Lucian in FlyQuest's victory against OpTic Gaming on Sunday.
WildTurtle was moved to the mid laner/jungler position to be the centerpiece of FlyQuest's gold funneling strategy. The early game went smoothly for WildTurtle as he easily handled the laning match up and had enough time to gank the top lane. While FLY did well to start the game, it made some questionable calls in the mid game which included some overaggression from WildTurtle. FlyQuest eventually found its footing and picked up its first win of the split.
Damage carries on mage in loss
June 17, 2018
WildTurtle posted a 3/4/6 KDA on Swain in FlyQuest's loss to Echo Fox Saturday.
Another AD carry that embraced the new meta was WildTurtle as he drafted Swain for his first game of the Summer Split. The change from Marksman to Mage went well for WildTurtle early game as he picked up kills and assists. The late game didn't go as well as he struggled to deal out enough damage to get through the bruiser lineup that Echo Fox drafted. WildTurtle's efforts earned him the most damage dealt to champions for FlyQuest.
Jump starts FlyQuest's aggression
March 12, 2018
WildTurtle went 5/1/8 in FlyQuest's Sunday victory over Golden Guardians.
WildTurtle's trademark aggression came through in this game on Ezreal, if not exactly in highlight-reel fashion. While GGS had a significantly better early game, they soon started trying to push their lead too aggressively. It was WildTurtle who first attempted to punish them for this with an aggressive play around the Dragon Pit, although he failed to secure a kill due to missed skillshots. Still, this play ended up being the turning point, as FlyQuest went on to capitalize on GGS' forward positioning to pick off targets and take the gold lead.
Hook magnet
February 26, 2018
WildTurtle went 2/4/1 as FlyQuest fell to 100 Thieves on Sunday.
WildTurtle's Caitlyn was set up to fail early on, as the enemy AD carry was gifted first blood, and he was the only one on his team to die several minutes later in FlyQuest's only fight victory of the game. From there on, however, things only got worse, as he seemed to continuously find his way into the grasp of aphromoo's Blitzcrank. This cost FlyQuest multiple fights and objectives, and ultimately the game at 37 minutes.
Hugged turret enroute to loss
February 18, 2018
WildTurtle posted a 0/2/1 KDA on Ezreal as FlyQuest lost to Clutch Gaming on Saturday.
WildTurtle was constantly pushed under turret during the laning phase. While he kept up in CS, there was little that he could do about creating any sort of pressure in lane without gank assistance. While rotating the Rift during the mid game FlyQuest got picked off, forcing WildTurtle to hug turrets and slowly delay the turrets inevitable fall. When FlyQuest did group up and try to contest objectives it didn't go well, often losing the fight and objective.
Serviceable in loss
February 11, 2018
WildTurtle played average with a 2/1/4 KDA in FlyQuest's loss to Cloud9 on Sunday.
Playing on Ezreal, WildTurtle playing a solid early game complete with a quick kill. As the game progressed, however, his play became much more forgettable. He simply shrunk away when his team needed him the most. FlyQuest will need much more from him in future games or losing will become a habit for this team.
Valiant effort falls short in the end
February 5, 2018
WildTurtle's scoreline read 3/1/3 by the end of FlyQuest's loss to CLG on Sunday.
WildTurtle's Tristana was certainly the most impressive, and impactful member of FlyQuest on Sunday, but ultimately his efforts were insufficient. Twice in the mid-to-late game, once CLG had acquired a large lead and were trying to break the base, WildTurtle managed to push CLG out by taking down Darshan, both times narrowly escaping death himself. Having hit late-game form himself on the carry, it seemed as if he'd have the chance to carry the game himself; however, in one of the final teamfights, WildTurtle played overly -- and uncharacteristically -- passive, staying too far away to deal damage when he would have been relatively safe doing so. As a result, he was unable to make the comeback happen.
Can't do much in loss to Liquid
February 5, 2018
WildTurtle earned a KDA of 1/2/2 in FlyQuest's loss to Team Liquid on Saturday in the NA LCS.
WildTurtle? More like MildTurtle. Despite having what should, in theory, be a strong lane combination of Xayah and Stunt's Rakan, WildTurtle struggled to keep even in the early laning phase, playing passively while Stunt flew around and took bad trades. After an ill-fated attempt at stopping Liquid from taking an Infernal Drake, though, WildTurtle was completely shut out of the game after Doublelift's Varus picked up a double kill, ensuring that WildTurtle wouldn't be able to 1-vs-1 him. What's worse, with a Gnar and a full-damage J4 as his only frontline, WildTurtle couldn't even get in good positions to deal damage, much less carry, but he still managed to rack up a team-high 11,600 damage dealt to enemy champions alongside a 1/2/2 KDA in the loss.
Shines on Ezreal
January 28, 2018
WildTurtle scored a 9/2/5 KDA on Ezreal in FlyQuest's win against the Golden Guardians on Saturday.
WildTurtle had a solid performance on Ezreal as he led FlyQuest in damage dealt to champions. He patiently waited for the right moments to dive into fights and wreak havoc, including using his signature move of flashing forward to secure kills. FlyQuest seemed to lose control of everything during the mid game but started to comeback late. After stringing together teamfight victories and securing a Baron buff, FlyQuest quickly pushed to complete the comeback.
Rough showing despite win
January 21, 2018
WildTurtle finished with a paltry 3/4/5 KDA in FlyQuest's win over Team SoloMid on Sunday.
While his team managed to pick up the win, it wasn't necessarily on the back of Wild's play. He spent most of the game as a punching bag for Bjergsen MikeYeung, who tallied all four of his deaths. While Stunt was a respectable lane partner, Wild simply couldn't seem to keep his head intact. If he can't shore up his play and not get picked off left and right, he could be in for a long split.
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