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Arthelon
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RETIRED
Background Information
NameTaylor Eder
Country of BirthUnited States
Birthday1/18/1995
Competitive
RoleMid
Peak LeagueChallenger I
Social Media
Team History
TeamStart DateEnd DateRole
Logo std2.png nFear Gaming5/2012
40px mMe Ult6/20127/2012
Ordinance Gaminglogo std.png OG2/20124/2012
Meat Playgroundlogo std.png MP12/20121/2013
Logo std2.png No Team Name Necessary3/20134/2013
Fidelislogo std.png Fidelis4/20135/2013
FXOpen e-Sportslogo std.png FXO6/20137/2013
To Be Determinedlogo std.png TBD7/20139/2013
40px Denial.East9/20130/2013
Determined Gaminglogo std.png DTG0/20131/2014


Taylor "Arthelon" Eder is a Mid player who is currently teamless.

Biography

Taylor "Arthelon" Eder was born and raised in North Vernon, Indiana where he grew up playing video games after receiving an NES when he was 6. His favorite game growing up was Banjo-Kazooie on the Nintendo 64. In his early teens, he picked up World of Warcraft, achieving the rank of Gladiator in Season 6 of Arena. Eder found League of Legends through a World of Warcraft gaming forum and began playing at the end of Season 1. He started playing mostly Twisted Treeline, with unique builds like AD  Anivia and double Malady  Warwick. Eventually Eder wanted to improve his gameplay, and so he played solo queue to climb the ladder.

League of Legends Career

In February 2012, Arthelon was added to the roster of Ordinance Gaming, and with them, he won two Go4LoLs. In December 2012 he joined Meat Playground as a replacement for Pobelter in the midlane. Arthelon and his team made it to play at the Season 3 LCS Spring Qualifiers for a chance to qualify for a slot in the new Season 3 professional league. Meat Playground were able to make it out of the group stage but lost in the quarterfinals in a 0-2 set against Team FeaR. The roster disbanded soon after the qualifiers.

Arthelon's next team was the Ranked 5s roster of No Team Name Necessary, who came in second at the Riot Ranked 5s Qualifier. This allowed him to compete for a LCS spot once again for the summer split. At the Season 3 LCS Summer Promotion, where his team played under Fidelis, Arthelon and his team lost 0-2 in the first Challenger bracket to Team Summon. The team disbanded shortly after, leaving Arthelon teamless again.

In June 2013, Arthelon filled the mid lane roster spot of the up-and-coming Challenger team FXOpen e-Sports. His new team became a notable power roster in the competitive scene, winning the MLG Anaheim Spring Championship 2013 soon after Arthelon's arrival. Arthelon and his teammates left the FXO roster to become To Be Determined in July. On September 24th, Arthelon left To Be Determined. On September 30th, he announced that he joined Denial eSports.East. On October 7th, it was announced that he rejoined To Be Determined, now under the name Determined Gaming. In January 2014, Arthelon left Determined Gaming. He is currently a professional Heroes of the Storm player for Cloud9.

Trivia

  • Arthelon is 6'7" (2.00m)
  •  Tristana was Arthelon's first favorite champion, then it was  Vladimir.
  • Enjoys playing mid. Would be either a support or ADC if he had to play another role.
  • His high school wrote an article about him after he played in the Spring LCS Qualifiers.
  • Is known for trolling in high elo using champs such as revive smite  Poppy.[1]
  • Over a decade experience as a competitive swimmer and actively lifeguards.
  • Reached Rank 3 on the ladder in Season 2 mainly playing AP  Tristana.
  • If he is not able to find success in the pro scene, he hopes to attend Purdue University in Indiana.
  • Enjoys to troll high elo solo queue in a non-toxic manner.

Achievements

2013
Date Event Result
2013-12-14 North American Challenger League SF.png dtg 1 : 2 Team Coastlogo std.png Team Coast
2013-08-31 PAX Spring Promotional Qualifier SF.png To Be Determined 1 : 2 CompLexity Gaminglogo std.png compLexity Gaming
2013-06-30 2013 MLG Spring Championship Promotion size=24px FXOpen e-Sports 2 : 1 CompLexity Gaminglogo std.png compLexity Gaming
2012
Date Event Result
2012-06-24 ESL Go4LoL Cup #67 size=24px mme 1 : 0 Logo std2.png Die and succeed


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