Dylan "ColourOutOfSpace" Garofalo

Dylan Garofalo has been playing DOTA 2 since beta, a time long ago when it cost 10 dollars and the community was, ever-so-slightly, more mannered. A longtime fan of MOBA games and the professional communities that surrounds them, he decided to take the first step towards becoming more involved in eSports by writing for mYinsanity. Currently in college and majoring in math, he hopes to someday become a caster or an analyst (or something math related so his degree actually means something). Till then, he’s still waiting for Valve to release Pit Lord.

Website: http://myinsanity.eu/

Articles from Dylan

The top 5 Heroes for DotA2 solo queue!


#DotA 2 #mYinsanity #Strategy

With the arrival of patch 6.86, solo queue has changed massively. Not only is there the cancerous scourge of Arc Warden (to be discussed later), there’s a panoply of new hero abilities and a treasure trove of new items. Who’s good to...
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OG defeats Team Secret in the Frankfurt Major 2015!


#DotA 2 #Recap #review

Team OG: A Cinderella Story In the time of chimpanzees, I was a Monkey Business fan (of course they’re now known as Team OG, but I’ve wanted to make that joke for months and it’s not my fault they got sponsored)....
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The Frankfurt Major Group Stage Results


#DotA 2 #Preview #Recap

Group A Evil Geniuses seems to be immune to the post-International curse that winning teams seem to have a tendency to suffer from (Na’vi is the only team that avoided this, though their recent results tell a different tale), taking the...
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The Nanyang DotA2 Championships Review


#DotA 2 #Recap #review

Southeast Asia in Trouble Southeast Asia, as a region, has never been renowned for its DotA ability. At one time, not so long ago, the best team in the area was Zephyr, and if you’ve never heard of them, you’ve rather...
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Frankfurt Major 2015 Preview


#DotA 2 #Preview

The question would soon be answered, as Valve shortly thereafter announced plans to run quarterly tournaments throughout the coming year. Three Majors in the Autumn, Winter, and Spring, and The International in the Summer. This meant that teams needed to...
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DOTA 2 Patch 6.85 – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly


#DotA 2 #Recap #review #Strategy

Although it seemed like there was no end in sight, a new day has finally dawned in DOTA 2 and Patch 6.85 has been released to the waiting community. It brought about many small changes to a lot of heroes and...
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