I remember when he asked me to tryout for a team he was making back in Season 25. I didn't have any experience then, but it felt good that someone much more accomplished thought I was good and asked me for a tryout, and I remember asking him if he wanted to make a team the following season. He said sure, and in a couple days, we had a roster that was scrimming 5 nights a week, no problem. I think that was the same season i was out of internet for about a month because of Irma. Instead of cutting me and moving on, they waited for me to come back, which i was super grateful for.
The next season, he moved himself onto medic, and started to main call a lot more. His main calling is superb; it's straight-forward, confident, never tilty, but he also leaves enough gaps so you never feel like you are being micro'd / can decide for yourself what the best plays are. I remember thinking that team wasn't going to be that good, (I would say most people saw us as fringe playoffs) but we ended up finishing almost making Grand Finals. As someone who played on that team, I can easily say Dagger was the major reason we improved so much; his calling and how well managed the team was integral to that team's success. He never tilted, missed scrims, etc.
I'm pretty positive I wouldn't be nearly as good as I am (or had anywhere close to the same enjoyment) had I never played with Dagger. I don't know how relevant any of that will be to whoever is thinking of picking him up as a player, but I can easily say he is the greatest teammate I have ever played with, and his soldier is definitely good enough to hold his own on a playoffs IM team. Sorry for the long post, but this felt like a good place to post this. Love this dude.