Doinb runs through the enemy’s jungle, defeating the opponent anyway

The latest LNG Esports mid laner and 2019 League of Legends World champion Kim “Doinb” Tae-Sang made a magical run through the enemy jungle as Viktor during his stream today.

The Houdini-esque run started around the 18th minute. Heart, Doinb’s in-game name, ran into enemy jungler territory with his team on the other side of the map. He patted the back of the red buff, hitting the opponent’s Lux’s unique Green Pulse before quickly dodging her base.

Instead of trying to get out of bot lane, Doinb ran deeper into the enemy jungle, where Lee Sin arrived and joined the chase. Soon after, a flurry of enemy powers came upon Doinb, and he once again ignored most of them before continuing.

He puts down a Gravity field, temporarily slowing four enemy champions before they catch up again. While passing some good skills, Doinb takes a considerable amount of damage and a shot at the tower.

Image via screenshot of Reddit Clip.

By the end of the scene, Doinb had only 89 health left before his teammates finally entered the screen. With only a little health left, Doinb confidently took down another Gravity Field, where his teammates were able to kill both LeBlanc and Lee Sin of the opponent.

Some might wonder why Doinb didn’t run back to his teammates early in the game. It could have just been a mistake or an opportunity for him to practice stepping through for the upcoming LPL tournament.

Still, the entire 37-second montage is fascinating to watch, and Doinb ends the montage running as if his protagonist were impregnable.

Doinb recently competed in Demacia Cup 2021 in December with LNG, where they finished third and fourth at the pre-season event. The Demacian Cup is Doinb’s first tournament with LNG Esports, who has already qualified for the 2021 World Championships, is 12-13th in Group D.

Photo via Riot Games

This is also his first set of games in nearly three years where he didn’t represent his oldest team, FunPlus Phoenix, which he left after an unsuccessful Worlds match.

Now, both Doinb and LNG Esports will look to build on that remarkable track record as LPL 2022 Spring Split begins on Monday, January 10.

Until then, Doinb will continue to maintain its mechanism when the League season ends. Who knows — maybe he’ll introduce another highlight clip before the new season begins.

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