Fly100%

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Player Information
Name:
Lu Weiliang
Birth:
February 13, 1987 (1987-02-13) (age 32)
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Lu "Fly100%" Weiliang, also known as Fly, is a famous Warcraft III player, who once attended a StarCraft II major tournament.

Biography[edit]

Fly100% is one of the most successful Warcraft III players ever. Since he took the second place of the ProGamer League I in 2006, he has reached the final four of world championships on a regular basis. He defeated the legendary Human player Sky in finals of ProGamerLeague Season IV in 2009, and was the runner-up of the World Cyber Games later in the year.[1] At last, Fly100% took the third place in World Cyber Games 2011.[2]

Wings of Liberty[edit]

Fly100%'s only appearance in a StarCraft II notable tournament so far occurred in September 2011, when he was invited in the China 1st 3D Electronic Games. He faced a fellow Warcraft III progamer, Infi, in the first round, and was defeated 2-0, therefore dropping out of the tournament.

Trivia[edit]

  • Is an Orc player in Warcraft III.[3]
  • In Warcraft III, Fly was nicknamed King of Beasts, due to his strong play with the Beastmaster hero.[4]

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