Our “KeyWord” short interview series evaluates player responses to simple words. The response has to be based on the first thought that comes to mind once they hear a word, sometimes followed by additional questions. Marcin "Jankos" Jankowski shared his thoughts with us at the League of Legends European Championship.
Alright Marcin, let’s get started! First word:
Losing World Finals.
Was it fear entering the stage?
Ah, no. I don’t feel fear when I enter the stage, but if I lose, I get really mad and I fear the feeling I have after losing. Normally I don’t think about it during the game. I don’t want to lose Worlds again, so when you say “fear”, that’s the first thing that comes out in my head because I hate losing.
My sh*t coach, GrabbZ. *laughs*
The END of something.
Ah… the end of… I guess… the game...? The end of... solo queue?! I DON’T KNOW!
PLEASE don’t buff Sejuani…
My sister taking away my time from solo queue so I have dinner with her.
You thought about so many things just now, but you have to tell me the first thing that came to your head!
What? No I didn’t!
Yeah you did…
Okay, I thought about Worlds.
So, did you cry at Worlds?
I didn’t. That’s the point.
Did you want to?
Yeah. Wait. I think I did, but I didn’t actually cry. I didn’t cry like *makes baby noises*, I just had tears in my eyes. I couldn’t let them out, it was too hard.
Why? Were you embarrassed?
No, no. I wanted to cry. It’s just so hard to cry. Sometimes I just want to cry, but I haven’t in such a long time, and I know it makes you feel better. I like to cry every once in a while to let the emotions out.