Martin Nordahl Hansen (born November 9, 1998), better known by his in-game name Wunder (formerly Wunderwear), is a Danish professional League of Legends player who plays the top laner for G2 Esports of the LEC. Wunder has been a staple for the team's success, leading the EU LCS/LEC's top lane competition.
A list of the heights and weights of all League of Legends champions. (laughs)", Wunder on the strength of Misfits, G2's start into the LEC & possible role swaps, [MSI Interview] G2 Wunder on iG: "Next time, we'll need to be more aware of our composition's strength and pick the right opportunities to fight.
In addition, support player Voidle was replaced by Nisbeth, forming an all-Danish roster. Riot has released only limited info on the heights and weights of all the champions in League of Legends, so this list is mostly a guesswork based on lore, cinematics, artworks, comparisons between characters and real life animals and people. Martin "Wunder" Hansen (born November 9, 1998) is a Danish player who is currently a Top laner for G2 Esports. Human-shaped characters are the easiest to deal with because we can do direct comparisons with real people: Olaf should be slightly bigger than the average Viking and Pantheon is a first-class Greek warrior. Since Martin "Wunder" Hansen has been competing, he has earned an estimated $319,486.23 from across 5 different teams and 27 tournaments/leagues.
For complete results, click here. Joining G2 in 2018, the Dane is famous for his play on carries, making his name during 2018 Worlds as G2 Esports made a surprise upset against tournament favourites Royal Never Give Up.
The most noticeable amount comes from his 2nd-place finish in the 2019 League of Legends World Championships. Within the 2019 Spring LEC League, Wunder ranked number 1 out of all top laners with a KDA of 4.08, a CSP/M of 8.64, and 12 unique champions played, the most in his position. The team turned down the opportunity to play with subs and therefore gave up their spot in the playoffs, which then went to 5th place Reason Gaming. Biography  Trivia  Is the younger brother of DotA 2 player Ryze. Within their first 2 years of forming, G2 Esports had shown their dominance in the European LCS/LEC, going on to win 4 Spring/Summer Split Championships before transitioning to acquire the new top laner. Soon after this, Dignitas acquired the team's roster, forming Team Dignitas EU.
Their final record was 5-13, in 8th place ahead of Team ROCCAT and behind Elements. ", G2 Wunder Interview: Aiming for LEC playoffs, Rogue match review, F#%!
I'll make them the second best. Follow eSports Acquires Dignitas EU LCS Team, G2 Esports League of Legends EU LCS Line-up for 2018, New LCS franchise Follow eSports rebrands to Splyce, picks up Call of Duty team, https://lol.gamepedia.com/Wunder?oldid=2235433, Pages using DynamicPageList parser function, About Leaguepedia | League of Legends Esports Wiki. :). A few heights - such the ones of Braum, Lux, Taliya - have been revealed by Rioters. The data is based on lore, cinematics, artworks, some official info, and lots of guesses. Wunder … The latest champion added to this list is Aphelios. Follow him on Twitter and Facebook. This page was last edited on 23 October 2020, at 10:29. 8" / 0.20m tall, 2’2" / 0.66m long - Yuumi, 3’2" / 0.96m - Heimerdinger (without afro), 5’5" / 1.65m - Shaco (if he isn’t a demonic toy), 5’7" / 1.70m - Caitlyn (without hat and boots), 16’ / 4.87m - Skarner (from claw to tail), 18’ / 5.48m (long) - Shyvana (dragon form), 72’ / 21.9m - Cho'Gath (each stack adds about 12 feet). This page was last edited on 28 October 2020, at …
Wunderwear then left the team, spending a month or so out of the competitive scene.
More than 55% of his earnings come from 2019 alone. In most cases, official artworks and cinematics are the main sources used to compare the champions. Like Caps Dad humor, you know? Since then, G2 have placed 1st in every league/tournament they have attended, the only exception being their 2nd place finish at the 2019 League of Legends World Championships. Copyright ©2017-2020 Esports Tales, All rights reserved.
Dignitas EU signs Wunder, however he is required to wait a year to compete at the age limit for the EU LCS is 17.
The data presented in this article has been aggregated by reddit user KestrelGirl - I thank her for letting me use it to compile this list. With only one roster change (Obvious being replaced by Trashy), the roster moved to the new organization Follow eSports, later Splyce. Was fined €1,000 by Riot Games for 'playing' World of Warcraft Classic. They also participated at Island of Legends 2014, though the team could not make it further than the semifinals. Well, more like winning big things, you know?
From Leaguepedia | League of Legends Esports Wiki. Vincenzo is an esports writer with seven years of experience. After Dignitas EU qualified for the EU LCS, Dignitas was forced to sell one of its two LCS teams, and they chose to sell the European team.
With only one roster change (Obvious being replaced by Trashy), the roster moved to the new organization Follow eSports, later Splyce. 125 lbs / 56 kg - Shaco (if he isn’t a demonic toy), 140 lbs / 63 kg - Kalista (while she was alive), 185 lbs / 83 kg - Jayce (including armor), 230 lbs / 104 kg - Garen (armors adds about 100 lbs), 1500 lbs / 680 kg - Shyvana (dragon form), 2 tons / 1.8 tonnes - Mordekaiser (or 3 tons).
With a favorable promotion tournament seed, Splyce played against Giants Gaming and won 3-2, requalifying for the LCS for the summer split. After inserting Wunder to the new team, G2 continued to show their prowess within the European League of Legends League, placing 2nd their first split with new top laner and Jungle star Marcin "Jankos" Jankowski. Mid-way through the season, Wunderwear joined 4everzenzyg, who had a full Danish roster. Both the heights and the weights were indicated using the United States customary system, but I have converted them also into the metric system for easier reading. Wunder joins SK Prime, competing in Danish tournaments and also going so far as to win the 2015 European Challenger Series. This page will be updated over time based on new lore info, and once new heroes are released into the game. ", G2’s ‘Wunder’ on Heroes of the Storm, League of Legends & Professional Gaming, G2 Wunder: "Like Perkz said, winning Team Liquid and knocking them out would be nice; it means the hope for NA is gone. Nicknamed Baby Faker by fans.Fans also call him Craps when he plays badly, and Claps when he plays especially well. The data is based on lore, cinematics, artworks, some official info, and lots of guesses. Former head editor for Natus Vincere, he has produced content for DreamHack, FACEIT, DOTAFire, 2P, and more. They qualified, beating ThunderBot SPARTA in their group final. After the conclusion of the 2017 League of Legends Competitive Season, Wunder was offered a spot on an already dominant team, G2 Esports. ", G2 Wunder on being compared to Moscow5: “While I think there are similar play style elements, there are more teams that play like us; no one in the past played like M5”, G2 press conference after semifinals against SKT, G2 Esports press conference before facing FPX at Worlds finals 2019, G2 Wunder: "Caps has really odd humor. G2 continued to define their legacy going into the 2019 season after qualifying for the 2018 League of Legends World Championships and finishing 3rd-4th. Gamepedia's League of Legends Esports wiki covers tournaments, teams, players, and personalities in League of Legends. Leaguepedia | League of Legends Esports Wiki is a Fandom Gaming Community. Prize money from 22 tournaments got him to that point. Splyce stayed consistently in either s… This page was last edited on 19 October 2020, at 06:43.
Wunderwear competed in the EU Challenger Spring Split with the team.
If you have your own theories on a particular champion, I would like to hear them! For example, Rek’Sai has the size of a house. Many thanks to the artist Cinamoncune, who created this fan art on Veigar and Lulu after finding out their heights.
Wunder Martin Hansen Personal information Born 9 November 1998 (age 21)Nationality Danish Nickname(s) Wunderwear, Wunder Career information Status Active League ... Martin Nordahl Hansen (born November 9, 1998), better known by his in-game name Wunder (formerly Wunderwear), is a Danish professional League of Legends player who plays the top laner for G2 Esports of the LEC
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