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Peacemaker to TyLoo

Chiu on This
A short and regular opinion blast from Stephen Chiu

‘Chiu on This’ is a short and regular opinion blast

The seemingly never-ending travels of peacemaker continue. After the conflict with Misifits, he has been picked up by TyLoo. This is an altogether completely different sort of team than every other NA team he was picked up for. The primary problem in Asian teams right now is fixing bad habits. In which case, for peacemaker to have a good impact on this team, he must stick around for a long period of time.

As for whether or not he can do it is up to him. As Richard Lewis noted in his video, peacemaker’s problems aren’t in his knowledge of the game or his tactics, but player management. Richard Lewis is someone who was a coach formerly and someone who is widely respected in the CS scene, so hopefully peacemaker can take that constructive criticism to heart. Although peacemaker has had problems in every other org he’s been in, if he could learn that part of the coaching aspect, I still think he could be one of the most effective coaches in the world. Strangely, he does remind me of s1mple in that respect.


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