Being able to adapt and prepare for any situation is one of the key elements of any top League of Legends player. There are plenty of examples in the world of LoL of people honing their craft in a couple of roles, such as G2’s Luka ‘Perkz’ Perkovic and Rasmus ‘Caps’ Winther swapping in and out of mid and bot lane, or streamer Tyler ‘Tyler1’ Steinkamp leaving his ADC days behind him to rise to Challenger as a jungler. But to hone all five roles in the game would be impossible… Right?
Not if you’re Felix ‘MagiFelix’ Boström, midlaner for Fnatic’s development team, Fnatic Rising. The young Swede has achieved what appears to be a world first in reaching the top tier of League of Legends ranked play on five different accounts, each specialising in one of the game’s five different roles.
A post on the League of Legends subreddit by u/GroundbreakingAlps2 provides the evidence of MagiFelix’s remarkable achievement, linking all five of his accounts and going on to explain that he was even ranked number one in EU West at one point as a mid laner and peaked at rank two as a top laner.
His OP.gg accounts show that his most played champions for each role are Ekko for jungle, Lulu for support, Akali for mid, Aatrox for top, and Ezreal for AD carry.
Despite MagiFelix’s clear talent, he’s never been rewarded with a permanent spot on the main Fnatic roster, although he has made a few appearances in the LEC in the past. Surely this remarkable accomplishment makes MagiFelix the ultimate super sub, right?