Y'all have heard and will hear everything you need to know about .erik as a player, so let me speak on .erik as a teanmate. At the beginning of this season, after every scrim I'd have something to say to .erik. I need you to play closer to beam on mid, I need you to get buffed before we push last, I need you to get a gun up earlier, I need you to let your soldier go for the force here and just play your life. Sometimes it can be hard for the best player on a team to take feedback. .erik is out here lighting up the logs while I'm nitpicking. But he listened. He helped develop a collective vision of how the team could achieve success, and he bought into the process fully. He listened to my feedback on how he could fit into our team playstyle better, he listened to his roamer explain how he could be a better flank partner, he listened to his pocket scout explain how he could be a better scout partner. He put the feedback he was given into practice, and he provided valuable feedback on how his teammates could support him better in his role.
Then, when my hell semester caught up to me, he took over scheduling without complaints. He took over the responsibilities of leading the team while school kept me away from the game, and kept us afloat. A lot of teams would have died if put into the situation we were the last three weeks of the season. We didn't, .erik wouldn't let it happen.
Takes feedback well, buys into a process even if it doesn't fit the playstyle he came into the season with and will step up to take responsibility when it needs to happen. He'll tilt occassionally, but he does a good job keeping it to himself and gets himself back on track when it happens. You couldn't ask for more.
TL;DR this dude was built in a lab