oops, scforall still has some hole in it goddamnit all. i'll let u know when its fixed.
EDIT: its fixed again, it was clean when i posted this, became infected sometime last night. sit tight nerds.
Artosis - When did you start thinking about going to Korea for Starcraft, and
what finally made you decide to take the leap?
Ret - I’ve always wanted to be a pro gamer for Starcraft, and go to Korea.
When I was younger, perhaps the more appropriate age, there were less
foreigners in Korea and contacting pro teams managers was a lot harder
than now. I had never expected that I would still get the chance to go
to Korea, but when the opportunity arose I realized that it was still
my dream and that I wanted to give it my best shot.
Artosis - What are your goals in going to Korea? How long do you intend to stay?
Ret - The immediate goal for Starcraft would be to win the courage
tournament and then perhaps play a Pro League match. But we’ll have to
see what happens when SC2 comes out and how that changes things. I
really don’t know how long I’ll stay, but I intend to stay in
pro gaming for SC2, so it could be a long time.
Artosis - Winning the courage tournament is something that only 1 foreigner
has ever done before (Assem), even though NonY came very close, losing
the finals 1-2 on his first try. Supposedly they have even made it a
much harder tournament now. What time frame do you think you can win
this event in?
Ret - I think my ZvZ will be the only problem with winning Courage. So if
I can get that matchup up to par quickly, I should be a pretty strong
contender. If that happens reasonably quick, I think I could possibly
win it on my first try. But of course to win any tournament with a
strong field of players, you’ll also need some luck.