Lamia enters the Fnatic Hall of Fame
Posted 2013-09-03 Rouffious
"Random arrows are my favorite"
Manuel "Lamia" Mildenberger started as a DotA player but moved to the League of Legends scene after he was persuaded by the runes and masteries system. He took on the name LamiaZealot which later changed to Lamia due to the original having too many characters. Besides studying to become a teacher, he also had a fond love for Ezreal, Sivir, and Ashe.
For Lamia it all began with MyRevenge, where he and his team won the IEM Season V LoL Invitational against SK Gaming. Not much later the crew moved to Fnatic where he bloomed into one of the most powerful AD carries in the scene.
- Notable achievements:
- Riot Season 1 Champion
1st IEM VI - GC New York
1st League of Champions
1st Campus Gaming Party Berlin
Lamia and Fnatic had some great victories together, along side his notable achievements, Lamia and Fnatic went on to win the IGN ProLeague Elites and earned 3rd place in the IEM VI GC - Cologne.
It was only at the end of Season 2 that Fnatic had a problem with qualifying for the World Championship. A minor ending to an otherwise great season. But the time came for Lamia to go his own way. With Season 3 being far away he decided to follow a new path in his life leaving Fnatic with enough time to find a replacement.
When the team was invited to Taipei in Taiwan, it was a week to remember for Lamia. After spending some time there he fell in love with the language and culture, so Lamia took his bags for a longer trip and left the scene to go live in Taiwan.
Lamia did not sit still for long as he joined Team Ozone Taiwan to form a new team with goals to bring glory to the organisation. For about 5 months they tried to get things going but sadly it didn't work out. From March 2013 until July 2013 Lamia did his best to create a new team, but his efforts were in vain. We'll never forget the great plays he made and the victories Fnatic achieved with Lamia at their side. To honour this great talent, Fnatic decided to place him in our Hall of Fame, a place that he certainly deserves!