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MorroW talks to Cadred

By Duncan 'Thorin' Shields
Jan 3, 2012 01:12

Imagemouz Zerg MorroW spoke to Cadred about his life in South Korea, his practice in the NSHoSeo house and his upcoming GSL Code A campaign.

Mousesports Zerg SE Carl Stefan 'MorroW' Andersson has spoken to Cadred in an interview about his life in South Korea. He is currently living and practicing in the NSHoSeo progaming house and will be competing in GSL's Code A.

MorroW's plans for staying in South Korea:

"I don’t know how long I will stay in Korea for this time around. But Korea is definitely a long term plan so if I go back to Sweden it’s probably just temporarily to visit my family or take vacations. i stay in the NSHoSeo progaming house, which is inside an university, so I don’t have to pay for food or rent, which is great. I love pretty much everything about it, the people I live with are very nice to me and try to speak English the best they can, plus they are really good at sc2 so I’m learning very fast over here."

A day in the life of MorroW:

"Waking up, ideally at 11 o’clock, wake up and start practice. Then go eat lunch, go back and practice, go eat dinner, go back and practice. And when it’s getting late I chill for about an hour before going to sleep. I wanna hit 12 hour practice every day but some days it’s difficult. Whenever I play less than 12 hours I feel disappointed with myself and it feels like a wasted day."

If there is a specific race he'd like to face in GSL Code A:

"Not really. I don’t even prefer 1 race over the other at this point. When I come to play my Code A match I want to show my best game and come out victorious. I feel I’m very balanced skill-wise in all my matchups although in practice I win zerg vs. terran the most (me as zerg)."

MorroW was one of the first European champions in SC2, winning IEM V Gamescom over IdrA. He later decided to change from playing Terran to Zerg, citing reasons of motivation to continue improving. In February of 2011 he managed to place 2nd at Assembly Winter, beating the likes of Kas, Tarson and Socke on his way to the final. He made the quarter-finals of the IEM V World Championship but after that had difficulty getting any kind of meaningful success in tournaments.

A 4th at Copenhagen Games was followed by a Ro16 finish at NASL S1 and Ro8 finishes at Assembly Summer and NASL S2. MorroW did win the Swedish WCG qualifier but found himself unable to progress from his group at the Grand Finals in South Korea.

Source: Cadred



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