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RSG and ONIC continue the action – packed day with playing it off while sitting comfortably with their playoffs spots secured. Both teams went for a mix of physical damage and magic damage with Baloyskie taking Eudora in the midlane against Aqua’s Pharsa. Demonkite locks in Ling against Killer Kairi’s Hayabusa. Aggression was the plan for RSG as the early damage potential of the Pharsa burned Baloyskie’s flicker in under 30 seconds of the opener. Both teams played aggressively in trading damages but RSG’s composition proved to be more of a threat which allowed Aqua to buy the Clock of Destiny just before the 3 – minute mark kicks in, allowing the Pharsa to scale further ahead and give the map control to the blue side.
With RSG dominating the early phase, the squad made quick work to secure objectives and make sure ONIC struggles to keep a long fight that could favor their draft. All members played to their advantage as Nathzz with sustaining initiates kept the Feather Air Strike and Tempest of Blades followed by a flurry of Defiant Blades kept ONIC staring at gray screens as the damage was too much for the debilitated squad. RSG ran over ONIC’s base with no hesitation and push the victory and take the first game of the series in 11 minutes.
ONIC continued their momentum coming in the series tiebreaker. Kairi with the Hayabusa pick went for isolated picks again to take the early damage and stick RSG behind. RSG countered the aggression and showed that they are a force to be reckoned with, finding picks of their own for their scoreboard with Aqua on the Phoveus stepping up. The midgame had RSG holding the cards under their sleeves as the disoriented members kept revealing misplays that enabled ONIC to take advantage of and with no hesitation bite their baits and grab the lead. Precise detection from Micophobia’s Khufra made the Tyrant’s Rage leave RSG scurrying back for safety as ONIC’s lord attempt at the 12 – minute mark blew a hole to RSG when Nathzz valiantly charges onto four members of ONIC, giving access to the lord for ONIC and adjust destination unto the enemy nexus. With the lord leading the platoon of victory, ONIC have had themselves in the driver’s seat and ram into RSG’s base and take the tiebreaker win and stay on second seed in the standings.
GAME 1: RSG 15-4 (21:38)
GAME 2: ONIC 13-10 (17:37)
GAME 3: ONIC 16-12 (14:13)