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He is still a citizen of the United States, unless I missed something. Also, if the protection could be lowered, so editors could edit it without leaving an obscure note I'd be sooooo happy


Let's not forget about your losses to LzGamer in a tournament.


IdrA has been critizised of having bad manners on a couple of occasions, if I have understood everything correctly. I think that Superdanielman was angry with him during an episode of Mumbo Jumbo, for example. Perhaps this should be added to the article or is it too soon in his career to say anything?

Also, I do recall superdanielman stating that he was called Harry Potter in Korea. Do we have any more sources of this other than Daniel Lee? /Slugbreath

A little bit more background for anyone not familiar with the fact that this actually does seem to be a pretty big deal - watch his SC2 games vs. Masq. Terrible. 06:23, 19 August 2010 (UTC)


"He is also the first foreigner since Legionnaire in 2005 to have played in a televised progaming match....."

And X'Ds~Grrrr... (Canada) isnt the first?

It's about the last one who was on TV before him, who was Legionnaire apparently. --Aesop 09:35, 17 September 2010 (UTC)

SC2 info[edit]

Far too much SC2-related information was added to this page. The link provided can bring the user to Liquipedia II to read about his SC2 career.

Agreed, "The Gracken" nickname for example isn't from his Brood War era so no reason to have it on his BW page. REiGN~ 04:42, 6 November 2012 (KST)

Update the Overview[edit]

I think the overview needs to updated for grammar (Greg is not dead :) ) and his current residence. My proposed edit below since the article is locked.

IdrA is an American StarCraft player who played Terran for the Korean pro gaming Teams eSTRO and CJ Entus during his StarCraft Brood War career. Upon the launch of Beta, IdrA started practicing StarCraft II, eventually leaving CJ Entus in favor of the team Evil Geniuses and returned to the United States.

-- Bear4188 06:14, 17 May 2011 (UTC)