How did you discover NaVi?

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I'm curious about how a lot of people, especially non-Russian speakers, ended up being fans of Na'Vi. See them in a tournament? Hear about them through a friend?
27 November 2011, 17:42  #1
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Wasn't really interested in this team before, and was fanning for GGnet. Started watching Na'Vi games when Puppey switched teams, and instantly became a fan <3
27 November 2011, 17:45  #2
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Became Na`Vi fan because of CS roster, really like the way they play :3
27 November 2011, 17:52  #3
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I discovered Na`Vi when they hired me, w00t!  :pirate:
27 November 2011, 18:02  #4
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I discovered Na`Vi when they hired me, w00t!  :pirate:

Yup. Same.
27 November 2011, 18:04  #5
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Surprisingly because of Starcraft 2  :pirate:
27 November 2011, 18:13  #6
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I am Ukrainian-Russian, but I found them myself.
27 November 2011, 18:27  #7
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one friend of mine told me bout em
27 November 2011, 18:49  #8
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looked[/size] [/color][/size]Stream [/color] :nice:
27 November 2011, 20:34  #9
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During the IEM IV EU quals, when their tag was KerchNET :)
27 November 2011, 21:11  #10
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From the 1.000.000 $ Dota 2 Tournament,i wasn't familiar with any dota team,wasn't so commited to paying attention to the games and tournaments,but then i heard about the 1 Mil tournament,and i watched it,i really liked the NaVi teamplay and aggresiveness(vs Scythe.SG,now disbanded i think),and since then i was cheering for them,especially in the final vs EHOME(sadly they're really weak now).Now i can't wait to see them play again,and they must find a good 5th player to complete the winning Dota roster. :) (Damn Artstyle :( )
So,i'm a young fan. :P

I've also known the CS team from before,first CS fan,now CS and Dota fan. ^^
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I came to know of NaVi.CS when they got gold at ESWC 2010 =)
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(@Fastforza) Watching Na'Vi at The International was my first taste of DotA (1 or 2), and the first time I've ever really cared about a team. Since then, I've enjoyed watching and learned a bit about DotA. I also got to watch some of their games at ESWC 2011, and they did seem to be getting back into the aggressive ArtStyle mentality at times. As long as they attack, they're great to watch.


Dendi ♥
27 November 2011, 21:23  #13
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@Dabor:It was my first taste too,but only for Dota 2(Like everybody else XD ),i've been playing and i still am playing dota for like 6-7 years(i think it was approximately around this period,played of the first versions in dota(when riki had the witch doctor's ulti,and he could take invisibility on lvl 1 ^^ ah good times),so i've got pretty good experience considering Dota :),and also watching NaVi play a game,after then i start a game and i'm overflowed with encouragement and aggresiveness ^^ And it feels really good,haha
27 November 2011, 21:29  #14
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Really started to cheer for Navi after the ESWC gold at Paris. And after the NaVi.Dota became one of the beast team in Europe I started to support NaVi all the time)
27 November 2011, 23:47  #15

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