LGD.Sylar塞拉最近接受GosuGamers采访中文翻译和英文原文

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dota闪电站小猪看到了游戏风云网站的转载报道后,去GosuGamers dota2网站上确实看到了原文。有些霸气的文章,文中有提到Sylar和Misery关系不浅,塞拉还亲切呼他叫"M、M、M、M",两人可能在LGD基地厕所里干过?

LGD.Sylar:不拿到DotA世界冠军绝不退役

在中国,继三大C—— Burning,  Zhou和 ZSMJ之后,中国下一代carry选手中又出现了一位来自 LGD的极具天赋的选手 Liu ‘Sylar’ Jiajun。Sylar在TI2上的表现使他的队伍得了近20场的连胜。今天GosuGamers对他进行了一次专访。和我们谈了谈自己的理想和在LGD的生活。

Q:你好Sylar,感谢你接受我们的采访。每次采访开始我都喜欢问这个问题而不是要选手自我介绍,给我们说说关于你自己的趣事吧,最好是我们读者都不知道的。(微笑)
Sylar:大家好,我是一个相当没意思的人,我很少做什么有趣的事。但我喜欢和女朋友一起打DOTA2。(微笑)

Q:相当有趣。网上关于你的消息很少,这点很令我惊讶。我想我们读者也对Sylar在真实生活中的样子很感兴趣,你女友是怎么形容你的?
Sylar:在真实生活中我有些天然呆,我喜欢跟队友们开玩笑。我们也经常互开玩笑,我猜她觉得我很呆,因为我们一起打路人的时候经常被打败。(大笑)

Q:你是否告诉过她你是个职业选手?你是怎么开始打DotA的?有没有在玩其他游戏?
Sylar:我猜我开始玩电脑游戏是受到了我堂兄的影响。我很小的时候跟他住一起,总是看他在电脑上打游戏,他也总是尽量让我跟他一起玩。没有,除了DotA我没玩其他游戏了,我第一次玩DotA也是在两年前,那时我还在玩真三,在某个游戏论坛中有人分享了一篇关于EHOME在ESWC上打败DTS夺冠的帖子。也是从那时起我也很渴望夺得一次DotA世界冠军。

Q:加油。除了LGD,你还在WE呆过。WE是如何发现你的?
Sylar:那时我正在线跟一支队伍和DK打练习赛。2009(WE)教练是那场比赛的观看者,他之后就决定选择我们加入WE。

Q:作为一代传奇巨星ZSMJ的替代者,压力肯定很大吧。加入LGD后,你面临的最大挑战是什么?
Sylar:我觉得当时加入LGD压力非常大,坦白的说我那时仍然缺乏经验,我担心和队友在比赛中沟通有歧义,不过最后都没什么问题。

Q:我希望你在LGD中一切好运。在中国的DotA圈中,你还算新人。你对未来的期望如何?你还会在这个圈子中呆多久?
Sylar:我不确定我会打多久的电竞,但现在我还年轻,我觉得自己还有几年出色的时光。在获得世界冠军前我不会退役!

Q:好的,我注意到你有一个习惯就是打游戏的时候喜欢在鼠标旁放张纸巾,为什么会养成这样的习惯?什么时候开始的?
Sylar:这个习惯可以追溯到我打真三的时候,这仅仅是个人习惯——我的手打比赛的时候很容易出汗,这会影响我的表现,所以我必须使用一张纸巾。

Q:现在我们来谈谈LGD,描述下你们的基地吧!
Sylar:当然,我们的基地在杭州的一个小地方,我们的公寓有三层楼,第一层是我们训练的地方,第二层和第三层分别是我们和LGD.int休息的卧室。

Q:既然你提到了LGD.int,他们目前适应中国文化和训练环境吗?
Sylar:噢,我们彼此非常亲近,但我们 [LGD.cn] 都喜欢在训练赛中调戏Misery。每当我们杀他的时候我们都会大叫“Oh, M, M, M, M, Misery!”(注释:MMMMMisery是英语,可能他们的意思是DotA中的MMMMMonsterkill)

Q:我还有问题要问——GosuGamers上曾经有一张LGD.int在酒吧的图片,下面有一条评论很搞笑:1437(Theeban Silva)在中国找不到女朋友。这是真的吗?(笑)
Sylar:我不跟他们去酒吧,所以我不太清楚这件事。(大笑)我不认为我以前有见过他去酒吧。

Q:“LGD是一支传统队伍,只会选择其他中国队伍创造的战术,但是却能将这些战术的威力发挥到极致。”你对这番话怎么看?
Sylar:我觉得我对此没什么要说的,因为我们队伍确实相当保守,尤其是我们的战术和阵容。我们会进行有必要的安排来提高整个队伍的。

Q:你的队伍在面对熟悉的战队时表现出色,但是面对那些比赛风格诡异的战队时就不尽如人意了,比如SMM 2011上的Mineski,TI2上的Na’Vi。你认为这是为什么?
Sylar:我对我们在SMM上输给Mineski要付很大责任。我那时玩的是恐怖的敌法师,在那两场比赛中我们使用了“玩命四保一”战术,最后我们输了。在TI上我觉得我们失败是因为我和ddc接受了Dendi的好处(Ferrari 在他的采访中也提到了这件事)。该死的Dendi!我发誓明年不会接受他的任何好处!

Q:如果要你用一句话总结TI经历,你会说什么?
Sylar:输了,这是精神上的损失,还有其他一些方面。

Q:我也问过Ferrari和Burining同样的问题。你觉得Na’Vi可以打败中国三区队伍赢得角色的原因是什么?
Sylar:事实上,Na’Vi在和DK的比赛前并没有那么强。但是仅仅经过一天的调整后,他们已然完全不同。他们知道如何对付中国队的最爱——小娜迦。这就是为什么他们能够在三支中国战队夹击下获得胜者组第一名的原因。

Q:为什么他们用同样的方式没能在总决赛中打败iG呢?
Sylar:在决赛前,IG已经洞察了Na’Vi的计划。获胜的两场比赛中,他们ban掉了狼人和敌法,分别选择了德鲁伊的单核阵容和另一套双核阵容对抗Na’Vi。另一方面,Na’Vi决定使用一套训练赛中很常规的阵容——龙骑和小娜迦。因此IG很清楚如何应对这套阵容。

Q:我注意到你在西雅图的时候非常害羞(相较于你的队友来说),你跟哪支国际队伍或选手关系比较好吗?
Sylar:Bulba|这位来自EG的中路solo选手对我们真的很友好。整个LGD队伍都跟他关系非常好,我仍然时不时的在QQ上跟他联系。

Q:给目前亚洲前三强排个名。
Sylar:iG,LGD和DK。

Q:你认为与TI2相比,目前LGD的阵容和比赛风格发生了什么改变?
Sylar:在TI2上,我们盲目执着于“4保1”。只有当我们拿到混沌和小娜迦的双核阵容时,我们才不打4保1。在目前的比赛中,团战重要性已经不那么大了,因此我们也应做出适时的改变,而不是在TI2那样每场比赛拖得越久越好。

Q:在结束前,向我们的读者说几句英文吧
Sylar:我要感谢我们的赞助商,淘宝,雷蛇和老干爹辣酱。M,M,M,M,MISERY!!!!!

FEATURES \ SYLAR: ‘I WON’T RETIRE UNTIL I WIN A WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP!’

Following the big three (Burning, Zhou, ZSMJ), China’s next generation of carry players include the talented Liu ‘Sylar’ Jiajun from LGD. Sylar’s performance at The International was responsible for his team’s unstoppable streak at the prelimnaries and the main event with close to 20 consecutive wins. GosuGamers pulls him from his preparations for tomorrow’s match against iG in the semifinals of G-1 Champions League.

The original interview was conducted in Mandarin on November 14th. The Mandarin transcript can be obtained by sending an email to dexter@gosugamers.net.

Legend

Hello, Sylar and thanks for accepting this interview. This is a question I usually ask at the start instead of an introduction – tell us something interesting about yourself, something that our readers at GosuGamers will not know. *smiles*

-"Hey. Well, I’m a rather uninteresting person; I seldom do interesting things. However, I like playing Dota 2 with my girlfriend though. *smiles*"

Fair enough. There is a surprising lack of material about you on the Internet. I think our readers would be interested to know what kind of a guy Sylar is like in real life. How would your girlfriend describe you?

-"I’m quite the nerd in real life. I like to fool around and make jokes with my teammates. We tease one another too. I guess she would think I’m quite noob, because we always get trashed when we play pubs together. *laughs*"

Did you try telling her you’re a professional gamer? *grins* How did you start playing DotA? Did you play other games as well?

-"I guess I got into computer games under the influence of my cousin. I lived with him when I was a kid and I always saw him play games on his computer. He would always try to get me to play with him.

Nope, I don’t play other games beside DotA, and the first time I was exposed to DotA was two years ago. Back then I was still playing Real Three [Literal translation, DotA lookalike game] and in one of the game forums someone had shared a post about EHOME’s victory at ESWC 2010 over DTS.

It was then I decided that I wanted to take a DotA world championship title for myself!"

Well, you’re on your way. I believe you’ve been in one team other than LGD in your entire career, which is World Elite. How did you get spotted by WE?

-"Oh, I was playing with an online team in a practice match against DK. 2009 [WE coach] was an observer in the game and he decided to pick us up after that to join World Elite."

You definitely had big shoes to fill when you replaced the legendary ZSMJ after his retirement. What would you say is your biggest challenge starting out at LGD and playing at such a high level?

-"I guess the pressure on me to perform was huge when I joined LGD. Frankly I still lacked the experience then and I was afraid that that there would be miscommunication between my teammates and I during the games. It all panned out well."

I wish you good luck in LGD then. You are a relatively new player to the scene in China. Where do you see your future in the game? How long do you plan to remain as a professional gamer?

-"I’m not sure how long I will continue playing eSports, but seeing as I’m still young right now I have a feeling that there’s a good few years in store for me still. I won’t retire until I win a world championship!"

Right, I also notice you have a peculiar habit of playing with tissue paper on your mouse. Why do you have this habit and when did it start?

-"I had this back when I played Real Three [Literal translation, DotA lookalike game]. It’s a personal thing – my hands tend to sweat alot when I play and it affects my performance so I have to use a tissue paper."

On LGD Gaming

Let’s talk about LGD. Describe your ‘home base’ for us!

-"Sure. Our base is in a small district in Hangzhou. Our apartment has three floors – the first floor is where we train and the second and third floors are split into bedrooms for us and LGD.int."

Now that you mentioned LGD.int, how have they adapted to Chinese culture and practices so far?

-"Oh, we have a language instructor teaching them Chinese and us English now. Whenever they’re eating and we notice that one of them can’t use chopsticks properly, we’ll call him a noob! [Original: ‘noob’ was in English] We usually communicate in English but I’ll get my captain to translate for me. *laughs*"

Okay, then if you had to choose, who would you say is the friendliest player in LGD.int?

-"We’re all good and close with one another, but we [LGD.cn] all like to tease Misery during our training matches. Whenever we kill him we’ll shout “Oh, M, M, M, M, Misery!” [Original: MMMMMisery was in English, probably a reference to MMMMMonsterkill voice clip in DotA]"

I have something to ask – when pictures of the LGD.int boys were shared on GosuGamers, there was a funny comment posted saying that it was going to be hard for 1437 (Theeban Silva) to pick up girls in China. Is this true? *grins*

-"I don’t go to bars with them so I’m not really clear about that. *laughs* I don’t think I’ve ever seen him visit a bar before though. "

"LGD is a conservative team who only picks up on the strategies that other Chinese teams innovate, but then plays it to perfection." How would you respond to a statement like this?

-"I guess I don’t really much to say about that, because our team is indeed rather conservative, especially in our playstyles and lineups. We’ll make the necessary arrangements to improve ourselves as a team."

Hmm, your team appears strong against teams they are familiar with but tends to buckle against teams with highly unorthodox playstyles. At SMM 2011, it happened with Mineski. At The International, it was Na`Vi. Why do you think this is so?

-"I had a large part to blame for our loss to Mineski at SMM. I played a horrible Anti Mage then, and in those two games we were using the ‘4 protect 1′ strategy which resulted in our defeat.

At The International, I think it was because ddc and I accepted Dendi’s treat [Ferrari made a similar reference in his interview]. It’s the curse of Dendi! I swear I’m not going to accept anything from him next year!"

On The International

If you had to sum up your TI experience in one word, what would it be?

-"Loss. It was a loss of spirit, among other things."

I asked this of Ferrari and Burning too. In your opinion, what was the reason why Na`Vi was able to defeat the top three Chinese teams to win the Upper Bracket?

-"Actually, Na`Vi was much weaker before main event and before they played DK. It was only after a full day of adjustment that they grew so much in strength. They understood how to play against the Chinese favorite, Naga Siren, and that was how they were able to consecutively take out the top three Chinese teams (LGD, DK, iG) in the Upper Bracket."

Why did that same reason not work out for them in the finals against iG?

-"iG figured out Na`Vi’s plan by the time of the grand finals. They banned Lycanthrope and Anti Mage while picking either Lone Druid or a strong dual-core lineup for themselves against Na`Vi.

Na`Vi, on the other hand, decided to use a lineup that we had frequently picked against them in training – Dragon Knight and Naga Siren – so iG was quite clear on how to deal with that lineup already before the game started."

I noticed you were rather shy in Seattle (compared to your teammates). Were you close to any international team or player there?

-"Bulba! The solo mid player from Evil Geniuses was really friendly and nice to us. The whole LGD team was quite close to him, and I still talk to him on QQ [Chinese messenger] every now and then."

On the competitive scene

Rank the top three teams in Asia right now.

-"iG, LGD and DK."

For each of your teammates, tell us something funny or interesting about them!

Yao:
He was quite plump then! He loved smashing tables with his fist whenever he died, sometimes breaking them (I’m not flaming you Yao, but you did betray me this afternoon *smiles*)

DD:
A funny guy and he likes to bullshit alot!

ddc:
Most of the time he has very little things to say, but he likes to worship idols. Oh, and he goes “This is f**king awesome!” at just about anything.

xiao8:
I guess I would call him a ‘confident’ guy. I mean, during practice he’ll always be telling us “I’m not gonna die, I’m not gonna die…” and he still feeds.

On G-1 Champions League

If you compare your team’s current lineups and playstyles with those from TI, what would you say has changed and why?

-"At The International, our team blindly insisted on one playstyle, and that was ‘4 protect 1’. The only time we did not use ‘4 protect 1’ was if we were able to get our hands on Chaos Knight and Naga Siren – in that case we’d run a dual-core lineup.

In the current metagame, there’s so much emphasis on teamfights so our lineups right now should reflect that and not remain like that in Seattle where we would try to drag every game as late as possible."

This Saturday, you will be playing against iG in the semifinals of G-1. What do you think is a weakness of iG that you would exploit?

-"Well, there’s no prominent weakness, but in my opinion, their playstyle is too focused on ganking and being aggressive. If we can cut down on the mistakes they make or even pull off one to two key counter ganks then I think the match will be a much more even game."

Conclusion

Good luck for your match! After you do your shoutouts, say something in English for our readers at GosuGamers.

-"I would like to thank our sponsors, Taobao, Razer and LGD hot sauce.

M, M, M, M, Misery!!!!!"

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