PawN

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PawN
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Background Information
NameHeo Won-seok (허원석)
Country of BirthSouth Korea South Korea
BirthdayJanuary 26, 1997 (age 22)
Residency
KR
 Korea
Competitive
TeamKingzone DragonXlogo std.pngKingzone DragonX
RoleMid Laner
Favorite ChampsFizzSquare.pngNidaleeSquare.pngJayceSquare.png
Soloqueue IDs삼성갤럭시 PawN, MiG WonSuck, Kn2ght, PawN God, 똥좀싸겟다, Movemovemovemove (CN)
Social Media & Links
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Team History
Jun 2013 - Sep 2013
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MiGlogo std.pngMiG Blitz
Oct 2013 - Feb 2014
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Samsunglogo std.pngSamsung Blue
Feb 2014 - Oct 2014
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Samsunglogo std.pngSamsung White
Dec 2014 - Nov 2016
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EDward Gaminglogo std.pngEDward Gaming
Nov 2016 - Jun 2018
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KT Rolsterlogo std.pngKT Rolster
Jun 2018 - Jul 2018
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Jul 2018 - Nov 2018
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Nov 2018 - Present
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Kingzone DragonXlogo std.pngKingzone DragonX

Heo "PawN" Won-seok (Hangul: 허원석) is the mid laner for Kingzone DragonX.

Biography

Season 3

Heo "WonSeok" Won-seok originally played for MiG Blitz under the name Wonseok as a mid laner during HOT6iX Champions Summer 2013. The team had a decent showing but failed to make it past the group stage. He left the team in October to join Samsung Blue as a mid laner when he changed his name to "PawN". PawN made a name for himself in the 2013 WCG Qualifiers when he managed to solokill Faker in lane.

2014 Season

PawN played his first OGN with his team at PANDORA.TV Champions Winter 2013-2014 where they managed to make it to the quarterfinals but were swept 3-0 by the eventual champions, SK Telecom T1 K. Later, PawN became the mid laner for Samsung Ozone or Samsung White, switching teams with Dade. At HOT6iX Champions Spring 2014, PawN and his new team would run into Blue in the semifinals and fall to them 3-1 but they would beat CJ Entus Blaze 3-2 to end in third place. Once again, at HOT6iX Champions Summer 2014 White would face blue in the semifinals and again they would lose 3-1. White would go on to sweep SK Telecom T1 S to place third for the second time in a row. White was forced to play a tiebreaker against SKT T1 K for the second seed in the 2014 Season World Championship. White dominated SKT, sweeping the series and taking their spot at Worlds. PawN and crew rolled through the 2014 Season World Championship, only dropping two games and ending it on a dominating 3-1 victory against Star Horn Royal Club to seal the Championship. For much of his time on SSW, he would play a more passive style while the rest of the team carried. Later on during his tenure on the team, he would begin playing a more lane dominant style with champions like Jayce and Talon. He became known to some as Faker's kryptonite, or the "God slayer" for solo killing him in lane.

2015 Season

On October 31, 2014, PawN announced his departure from Samsung White.[1] On December 2, he joined EDward Gaming.[2] PawN and the rest of the team 3-0'd EDG's biggest offseason rivals, Team King at the G-League 2014 final when he made his first appearance as the squad's mid laner.

Edward Gaming placed first in the 2015 LPL Spring regular season with PawN as the starting mid laner. In 44 regular season games, PawN played 42 due to illness. PawN also played for the team during the 2015 Demacia Cup Spring where they went undefeated from the round-of-sixteen until the finals which ended in a crushing 3-0 victory against Invictus Gaming. During this period, PawN specialized in a wide range of champions from Veigar to the more conventional Kassadin and Leblanc. He played 18 different champions in 42 regular season games. His playstyle morphed into a more lane focused, jungle attention seeking role. At times, it seemed he chose immobile champions to make himself an easy target for the jungler. At the start of the 2015 Spring LPL Playoffs, PawN fell ill. Pain in his back prevented him from attending the quarterfinals against Team WE, and he was sent to the hospital. EDG went up two games before losing the next two. After the first loss EDG experienced, PawN reportedly asked to be taken to the LPL stadium. He played for the team in Game 5 for a victory, allowing them to advance to the semifinals.[3] He continued to play for the team through the finals, where EDG won 3-2 against LGD Gaming and won their spot at the Mid-Season Invitational.

At MSI, EDG pushed their way to the finals and upset the heavily favored SK Telecom T1 by baiting Faker into picking LeBlanc and picking a comp to counter it. EDG won the series 3-2 and took home the title of best team in the World. EDG participated in the 2015 Demacia Cup Summer Season where they won again by taking a 3-0 set against OMG. They ended in first place once again in the 2015 LPL Summer Regular Season but in the 2015 LPL Summer Playoffs they faltered, dropping a 3-0 set to LGD and a 3-1 set to IG to end in fourth place overall. They still qualified for the 2015 Season China Regional Finals and managed to take the second seed from China to the 2015 Season World Championship with a 3-1 victory over IG. EDG were placed in a group with SK Telecom, H2k Gaming, and the Bangkok Titans. They came out of the group in second place and were drawn to play Fnatic in the quarterfinals but lost to them 3-0.

After a rocky start to the 2016 season, EDG returned to form and received second place in their group. PawN had been slipping in and out of the starting roster, with Athena taking his place when his injury didn't allow him to play. However, toward the end of the season, PawN played most of the games and until the playoffs. In the semifinals, the Qiao Gu Reapers forfeited their match, and they were to play Royal Never Give Up in the finals. EDG lost 1-3 to RNG, and received second in the Spring Season.

During the offseason, PawN stepped down from the starting roster, and Scout was set to replace him as the starting midlaner.[4]

2016 Season

EDG had a rough start to the 2016 LPL Spring Season and played several games without ClearLove. They were however able to bounce back and finished 2nd in Group B, slightly behind Royal Never Give Up. In the playoffs, EDG was able to sweep Snake Esports 3-0 and then won automatically against Qiao Gu Reapers due to QG forfeiting the match. In the finals, EDG faced off against Royal Never Give Up and despite EDG being the favorites going into the match, they lost 1-3 and finished in 2nd place, failing to qualify for the 2016 Mid-Season Invitational. Once summer came, EDG was placed in Group A of the 2016 LPL Summer Season. This split would be the start to EDG's resurgence as the team finished with an undefeated 16-0 regular season. In the 2016 LPL Summer Playoffs EDG would defeat Team WE 3-2 in the semifinals which set them up for a rematch against Royal Never Give Up. In clean fashion, EDG was able to defeat RNG in a 3-0 sweep and reclaim the LPL championship while also qualifying for the 2016 Season World Championship as China's #1 seed.

At Worlds, PawN and EDG were grouped against H2k-Gaming, ahq e-Sports Club and INTZ e-Sports and finished as the 2nd seed after they lost the tiebreaker match against H2k. They were then seeded against ROX Tigers in the bracket stage and lost the series 1-3. After Worlds, EDG made an announcement that PawN will be leaving the team after the 2016 Demacia Cup, which they won after a win against I May in the Finals. In November, KT Rolster announced that PawN would be the team's new mid laner in the upcoming season.

2017 Season

In the 2017 LCK Spring Season KT performed well and finished third in the standings. They faced MVP in the second round and won 2-0. They advanced to face Samsung Galaxy in the semifinals sweeping them 3-0 in the process. However in the LCK/2017 Season/Spring Playoffs KT fell short and lost 0-3 to SK Telecom T1 in the finals. Although their regular season run in summer was more successful finishing second with a match score of 14-4, their playoff run was worse and they fell 2-3 to SKT again but in the semifinals this time. In the 2017 Season Korea Regional Finals KT was taken down 0-3 by Samsung Galaxy and failed to qualify for the 2017 Season World Championship. They finished their season by winning the 2017 LoL KeSPA Cup. In the quarterfinals they faced E8W which they beat 2-0, followed by winning 2-1 against Samsung. They capped off their run by beating Longzhu Gaming 3-2 in the finals.

Trivia

  • Played the most games in ranked soloqueue in Korea in season 3, with over 3800 games.
  • His Chinese nickname, 小胖, literally means "little fat". It was given to him because 胖 is pronounced "pang," sounding similar to his name.
  • Nicknamed "Buddha" by Chinese fans. Due to his emotionless face.
  • Used to be known as a one trick pony FizzSquare.png Fizz player for playing an overwhelming amount of games on the champion
  • Was given the Captain's jacket by Dade after Samsung White beat Samsung Blue at Worlds. The jacket is represented on his 2014 World Championship skin.

Tournament Results

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.

PawN Tournament Results
DatePlEventLast ResultTeamRoster
2019-04-070030003LCK logo small.png LCK 2019 Spring Playoffs
0 : 3SK Telecom T1logo std.pngSKT
Kingzone DragonXlogo std.pngKZ
 Rascal,
 Cuzz,
 PawN,
 Deft,
 TusiN,
 Hirai,
 supreme,
 Mental,
 Acorn
2019-03-310030003LCK logo small.png LCK 2019 Spring
13 - 5Blanklogo std.pngRR
Kingzone DragonXlogo std.pngKZ
 Rascal,
 Cuzz,
 PawN,
 Naehyun,
 Deft,
 TusiN,
 Hirai,
 supreme,
 Mental,
 Acorn
2018-12-260050085 - 8KeSPA logo small.png KeSPA Cup 2018
0 : 2Gen.Glogo std.pngGEN
Kingzone DragonXlogo std.pngKZ
 Rascal,
 Cuzz,
 PawN,
 Deft,
 TusiN,
 Hirai,
 Supreme,
 Acorn
2018-08-090010001LCK logo small.png LCK 2018 Summer
13 - 5Blanklogo std.pngRR
KT Rolsterlogo std.pngKT
 Smeb,
 Kingen,
 Rush,
 Score,
 Ucal,
 PawN,
 Deft,
 Mata
2018-03-250030003LCK logo small.png LCK 2018 Spring
13 - 5Blanklogo std.pngRR
KT Rolsterlogo std.pngKT
 Smeb,
 Score,
 Rush,
 PawN,
 Ucal,
 Deft,
 Mata
2017-12-020010001KeSPA logo small.png KeSPA Cup 2017
3 : 2LongZhulogo std.pngLZ
KT Rolsterlogo std.pngKT
 Smeb,
 Score,
 PawN,
 Deft,
 Mata
2017-09-020020002WCS logo small.png Korea Regional Finals 2017
0 : 3Samsunglogo std.pngSSG
KT Rolsterlogo std.pngKT
 Smeb,
 Score,
 PawN,
 Deft,
 Mata
2017-08-260030003LCK logo small.png LCK 2017 Summer Playoffs
2 : 3SK Telecom T1logo std.pngSKT
KT Rolsterlogo std.pngKT
 Smeb,
 Score,
 PawN,
 Deft,
 Mata
2017-08-060020002LCK logo small.png LCK 2017 Summer
14 - 4Blanklogo std.pngRR
KT Rolsterlogo std.pngKT
 Smeb,
 Score,
 PawN,
 Deft,
 Mata
2017-07-090020002RR R logo small.png Rift Rivals 2017 LCK-LPL-LMS
1 : 3LoL Pro Leaguelogo std.pngLPL
KT Rolsterlogo std.pngKT
 Smeb,
 Score,
 PawN,
 Deft,
 Mata

Interviews

  • 2019
  • 2018
  • 2017
  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2014

Articles

Highlight Videos

2014

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