Watching the fiery match between T1 and Gen.G MSI 2023 recently, the League of Legends gaming community had to exclaim in admiration about T1’s victory ‘fate’.
At MSI 2023, the confrontation between T1 and Gen.G in the past week really brought a lot of emotions to the fans. Not only specialized, but this confrontation is also considered a “super classic” with ecstatic handling from both teams.
Many LoL fans then spent time watching this confrontation again and realized another interesting detail, proving T1’s unstoppable victory. Accordingly, when Chovy used Aurelion Sol with R – Meteor/Heaven Fall, there was a situation where Delight’s Tahm Kench used R – Swallow with Chovy. At that time, Aurelion Sol’s skill in Chovy’s hand (which had changed to Falling Sky form) did not cause the shockwave as it should have been. The player who pointed out the bug also stated that the bug only appeared when Aurelion Sol was Swallowed by his teammate Tahm Kench. If it’s the opponent Tahm Kench, the skill will still work normally.
Normally, when R is cast, it deals magic damage and stuns enemies hit. If Aurelion Sol has enough Stardust and his R is transformed (to Falling Sky), it will increase the size and area of the effect of the skill. There is also a shockwave that spreads around from the edge of the impact area, damaging and slowing enemy champions hit.
Watching this match, many people believe that whether there is a shock wave or not, it will be difficult to stop the attack of T1. The appearance of a bug did not change the outcome of the match when in those 2 games Gen.G lost completely.
Before T1’s victory over Gen.G, many people think that T1 is in the highest form and has been “pointed” to become the star of the season as well as crowned the highest title at MSI 2023 .