Quinn and Aramis


Quinn Shares Insights on Aramis' Situation

Dhruv Saikia
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Quinn “Quinn” Callahan recently spoke about Adam “Aramis” Moroz’s situation in his recent livestream.
The two-time Major winner advises against jumping to conclusions without knowing the full details behind the player’s circumstances.
He also states that it will probably be hard for the player to find good teams moving forward due to this issue.

Professional Dota 2 player and two-time Major winner Quinn “Quinn” Callahan recently gave his own perspective on the ongoing situation involving Adam "Aramis" Moroz, a position 4 player for the Old G. Aramis's sudden departure from the team has left them in a challenging position in the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) Western Europe (WEU) Tour 3: Division II. Quinn's comments shed light on the uncertainties surrounding Aramis's absence and emphasize the need for understanding rather than passing judgment.

Quinn Believes Aramis Wont Find A Team Anytime Soon

During a recent livestream, Quinn discussed Aramis's situation and cautioned his viewers against making assumptions about his character or situation. Quinn expressed uncertainty regarding the reasons behind Aramis's departure and acknowledged that unexpected personal issues could be a factor. He highlighted the importance of not jumping to conclusions or labeling Aramis as dishonorable or a bad person.

“Aramis no honor? I mean, I don’t know what his reasons are for not playing. But you never know what’s going on with people and I don’t think anyone is trying to be a villain here. I doubt Aramis is like some terrible person, probably just a crappy situation. So, saying he has no honor, he’s a bad person or whatever is a bit judgemental. You don’t know what’s going on with him, you know? You think Aramis will get a chance on a team anytime soon? Na, probably not. But I think he also probably knows that,” Quinn said.

A Recap: Old G's Turmoil and Dependence on Aramis 

Old G, previously ranked third in the DPC WEU Tour 3: Division II, faced a challenging predicament due to Aramis's absence. The team heavily relied on Aramis to participate in at least one series to maintain its standing in the tournament.

In the team’s most recent match against Nigma Galaxy, Aramis initially joined the game but disconnected and left as soon as it began. This unexpected turn of events meant that Aramis had played in one last professional game with Old G, enabling the team to utilize stand-ins for the remaining two series. As a result, Old G found themselves in a position where they could proceed with the help of temporary replacements.

Having suffered a loss to Nigma Galaxy, Old G's ranking has shifted to fourth place in the division. Despite the setback, the team remains determined to navigate the challenges posed by Aramis's departure. The team’s upcoming matches against Level UP and Ancient Tribe, scheduled for the 23rd and 25th of June respectively, hold significant importance for their aspirations to secure a Top 2 finish and advance to Division I. 

The unexpected departure of Aramis has brought unexpected challenges for Old G in the DPC WEU Tour 3: Division II. Quinn's comments remind the community not to rush to conclusions and judge others without having more information about the player’s circumstances. Moving forward, Aramis may have a hard time finding a good team to play in, and Old G will be competing with a stand-in for the rest of its games.

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