With Doublelift's Rivalry match, Bjergsen holds the charge for Spica, and he is even contemplating picking Lillia

With Doublelift's Rivalry match, Bjergsen holds the charge for Spica, and he is even contemplating p ...

FlyQuest is regarded as the best team in North America League of Legends after dropping star-studded teams like Team Liquid, Cloud9, and now Evil Geniuses for the first time.

From veteran Impact to rookie sensation VicLa and legendary AD carry Prince, the star unit might have one of the most feared NA rosters in terms of pure mechanics.

Mingyi "Spica" Lu, the team's veteran jungler, believes the team has already reached significant heights for a newly-formed roster, but they still have a lot of work to do as a team.

Luckily for them, it has only been three weeks till the spring, and he knows that while they continue to build on their cohesion, they can also rely on their destructive solo abilities.

After FlyQuest's match against EG, Spica told Dot Esports that his individual skill is quite high. "I think we still have a lot of work to do in terms of like team play. So far, our individual skill has just carried us a lot more than our team skill."

The prospect of this new roster going for a higher level in the league may be a scary prospect, but they'll need to make those new moves against two of the most famous players in LCS history.

Doublelift returned to pro football after a three-year break, and Bjergsen took over as the Thieves' mid lane coach. Both players are also former teammates of Spica.

"I really want to defeat them," the gifted jungler said with a smile. "I just want to prove them wrong, like, 'Hey, I'm gonna slap on you guys from the other side."

He praised Doublelift for his outstanding performances to begin the season, as well as his unrelenting belief in development, which has helped the veteran marksman adapt and keep up with the constantly evolving meta. Even still, he is optimistic that he and the rest of his team will "humble" the 29-year-old, especially after his recent heated opinions on the level of LCS play.

Doublelift is bursting with confidence after being 'unimpressed' with LCS opponents.

Spica said he recently had a hilarious dream where head coach Kim "Ssong" Sang-soo had him pick Lillia in his match against the Thieves.

Picking the Bashful Bloom would be an incredible return to one of League history's most famous moments during the 2020 World Championship when TSM — where Doublelift, Bjergsen, and Spica were all playing — failed to capitalize on a five-man sleep from Spica's Lilting Lullaby.

Spica stayed with TSM for another two years, but he failed to maintain any continuity due to constant League roster changes and behind-the-scenes issues with the organization's management. Prior to the start of the 2022 offseason, he told Dot Esports he just wanted to demonstrate that he was still one of the best players in the league.

Spica is aware of how endless the memes might be if he chose Lillia, but said he prefers to get the dub with a better player that fits FLY's draft... but he didn't give a clear no.

When FlyQuest meets 100 Thieves in the first LCS match next weekend, on Friday, February 10, at 4pm CT, keep your eyes open for a possible deer sighting.