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Retired as Player
Wadid
AK Wadid 2021 Split 2.png
Background Information
NameKim Bae-in (김배인)
Country of Birth
South Korea
BirthdayMay 25, 1997 (age 24)
Residency
KR
Korea
Competitive
Role
Support
Favorite Champs
Competitive IDsWADID
Soloqueue IDsKR: Wadid
NA: Aatrox support, Art of Blade, bakem0n0gatari, xaxaxaxa
Social Media & Links
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Kim "Wadid" (▶️ listen) Bae-in (Hangul: 김배인) is a League of Legends esports player, previously support for All Knights. His name was previously stylized WADID.

Team History

Combine Role Swaps:No|Yes
Dates:Approx|Exact
TeamStartEnd
KR
Rising Star Gaminglogo std.pngRising Star Gaming

May 20162016-05-07Sep 20162016-09-033mo 27d
ejel
KR
SBENU Korealogo std.pngSBENU Korea
Sep 20162016-09-03Oct 20162016-10-07[1]1mo 4d
ejel
EU
Team ROCCATlogo std.pngTeam ROCCAT
Jan 20172017-01-05[3]Dec 20172017-12-02[2]10mo 28d
ejel
EU
G2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esports
Dec 20172017-12-08[8]Nov 20182018-11-29[4]11mo 21d
ejel
EU
Rogue (European Team)logo std.pngRogue
Nov 20182018-11-29[11]May 20192019-05-16[9]5mo 17d
ejel
NA
FlyQuestlogo std.pngFlyQuest
May 20192019-05-16[14]Nov 20192019-11-08[13]5mo 23d
ejel
NA
FlyQuestlogo std.pngFlyQuest Academy
May 20192019-05-28Nov 20192019-11-08[15]5mo 11d
ejel
KR
Riot Games Inc.logo std.pngRiot Games Inc.
Feb 20202020-02-05Dec 20202020-12-02[16]9mo 26d
ejel
KR
Griffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin
Apr 20202020-04-17[18]May 20202020-05-21[17]1mo 4d
ejel
LAT
All Knightslogo std.pngAll Knights
Dec 20202020-12-02[20]Jul 20212021-07-01[19]6mo 30d
ejel
TeamStartEnd
KR
Rising Star Gaminglogo std.pngRising Star Gaming

May 20162016-05-07Sep 20162016-09-033mo 27d
ejel
KR
SBENU Korealogo std.pngSBENU Korea
Sep 20162016-09-03Oct 20162016-10-07[1]1mo 4d
ejel
EU
Team ROCCATlogo std.pngTeam ROCCAT
Jan 20172017-01-05[3]Dec 20172017-12-02[2]10mo 28d
ejel
EU
G2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esports
Dec 20172017-12-08[8]Nov 20182018-11-29[4]11mo 21d
ejel
EU
Rogue (European Team)logo std.pngRogue
Nov 20182018-11-29[11]May 20192019-05-16[9]5mo 17d
ejel
NA
FlyQuestlogo std.pngFlyQuest
May 20192019-05-16[14]Nov 20192019-11-08[13]5mo 23d
ejel
NA
FlyQuestlogo std.pngFlyQuest Academy
May 20192019-05-28Nov 20192019-11-08[15]5mo 11d
ejel
KR
Riot Games Inc.logo std.pngRiot Games Inc.
Feb 20202020-02-05Jun 20202020-06-08[21]4mo 3d
ejel
KR
Griffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGriffin
Apr 20202020-04-17[18]May 20202020-05-21[17]1mo 4d
ejel
KR
Riot Games Inc.logo std.pngRiot Games Inc.
Jun 20202020-06-08[21]Dec 20202020-12-02[16]5mo 24d
ejel
LAT
All Knightslogo std.pngAll Knights
Dec 20202020-12-02[20]Jul 20212021-07-01[19]6mo 30d
ejel

News

  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
  • 2021
KR
Rising Star Gaminglogo std.pngRSGMay 7,
Hyuni,
Galbi,
mArEritt,
DaDA, Hwang Ji-hoon (Head Coach), and
Wadid (Owner) join.
KR
Rising Star Gaminglogo std.pngRSGSeptember 3,
Ace and
Wadid (Owner) leave.
KR
SBENU Korealogo std.pngSBKSeptember 3,
Ace,
GAP,
Wadid, and Kang Hyeon (Coach) join.

Soul,
ReM, and
Nuclear leave.
KR
SBENU Korealogo std.pngSBKOctober 7, SBENU Korealogo std.pngSBENU Korea is disbanded.
Mimic,
Flawless,
Ace,
GAP,
Lehends,
Wadid, Park Jae-seok (Head Coach), and Kang Hyeon (Coach) leave.[1]
EU
Team ROCCATlogo std.pngROCJanuary 5,
Phaxi,
Maxlore,
Hjarnan, and
Wadid join.
[3]
EU
Team ROCCATlogo std.pngROCDecember 2,
Phaxi,
Betsy,
Hjarnan,
Wadid, and GrabbZ (Head Coach) leave.[2]
EU
G2 Esportslogo std.pngG2December 8,
Wunder,
Jankos,
Hjarnan, and
Wadid join.
[8]
EU
G2 Esportslogo std.pngG2November 29,
Caps and
Mikyx join.
Perkz (Mid to Bot) changes position.
Hjarnan is set to leave with assistance finding a new team.
Wadid leaves.[4][5][6][7]
EU
Rogue (European Team)logo std.pngRGENovember 29,
Wadid joins.
[11][12]
EU
Rogue (European Team)logo std.pngRGEDecember 10,
Profit,
Kikis,
Sencux,
HeaQ,
Wadid, and fredy122 (Head Coach)'s contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2021.[22]
EU
Rogue (European Team)logo std.pngRGEJanuary 15,
Profit,
Kikis,
Sencux,
HeaQ,
Wadid, and fredy122 (Head Coach)'s contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2021.[23]
EU
Rogue (European Team)logo std.pngRGEMay 16,
Selfie joins.

Wadid leaves.[9][10]
NA
FlyQuestlogo std.pngFLYMay 16,
Wadid joins.
[14]
NA
FlyQuestlogo std.pngFLY.AMay 28,
Wadid joins.

Strompest's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 19 November 2019.
Wadid's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2021.[24]
NA
FlyQuestlogo std.pngFLY.ANovember 8,
Wadid leaves.[15]
NA
FlyQuestlogo std.pngFLYNovember 8,
Wadid leaves.[13]
NA
Free Agentlogo std.pngF/ANovember 24, Wadid will not be participating in the LEC or LCS in Spring 2020.[25]
KR
Riot Games Inc.logo std.pngRiotFebruary 5, Lira (Analyst) and Wadid (Analyst) join. MadLife (Analyst) leaves.
KR
Griffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGRFApril 17,
Wadid joins.
[18]
KR
Griffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGRFApril 26, Wadid renames to WADID.[26]
KR
Griffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGRFApril 28,
WADID's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2020.[27]
KR
Griffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGRFMay 21,
Tarzan and
WADID leave.[17]
KR
Riot Games Inc.logo std.pngRiotJune 8, Lee Jung-hyun (Analyst), PawN (Analyst), and Yoon Su-bin (Analyst) join. WADID (Analyst to Color Caster) changes position.[21]
KR
Riot Games Inc.logo std.pngRiotDecember 2, Wadid (Color Caster) leaves.[16]
LAT
All Knightslogo std.pngAKDecember 2,
Wadid joins.
[20]
LAT
All Knightslogo std.pngAKJanuary 5,
Wadid's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2021. Mora (Head Coach)'s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2021.[28]
LAT
All Knightslogo std.pngAKMay 24,
Ruin,
Grell,
Kiefer,
Pancake,
Wadid,
Zothve, and
Samkz will remain with the team.[29]
LAT
All Knightslogo std.pngAKJuly 1,
Wadid, Saroo (Head Coach), and Scorro (Assistant Coach) leave.[19]
KR
Free Agentlogo std.pngF/AJuly 1,
Wadid retires.[30]

Biography[]

2016 Season[]

Summer Season[]

Wadid first came onto the competitive scene when he formed Rising Star Gaming to compete in the CK 2016 Summer, as well as joining his team as their support. Rising Star went a respectable 4-3 in series to finish in fifth place due to having a worse game store than Ever8 Winners and Stardust. Their finish qualified Rising Star for playoffs, where they swept Stardust in the quarterfinals, but lost to SBENU Korea in the semifinals 3-1 and then to Ever8 3-2 in a third-place match that only determined prize money. Wadid left Rising Star in September and joined SBENU after they failed to qualify for the LCK in the promotion tournament, but never ended up playing for the team as they disbanded a month later.

2017 Season[]

Spring Season[]

Wadid joined the European team ROCCAT for the 2017 spring season as their lone import player. The team got off to a horrible start, losing all of their first seven matches and recording only two game wins during that stretch. However, they then pulled off a complete reversal, winning all six of their remaining matches including an upset of reigning champion G2 Esports in their final match of the split. However, ROCCAT were unable to make the playoffs due to having a worse game score than Fnatic, leaving them in fourth place, though safe from relegation.

Summer Season[]

Wadid remained with ROCCAT for the summer split. Their summer split was a less dramatic copy of their spring, as ROCCAT started the season 0-2 and never were close to the playoffs after Week 5. Already mathematically eliminated, the team won both of their final series (including a fiesta series against Misfits Gaming in which Wadid played
Lee Sin
and
Vayne
) to finish in fourth once again with a 5-8 record, ending Wadid's season without a playoff appearance.

In December, Wadid and bot laner Hjarnan both left ROCCAT and joined G2 Esports.

2018 Season[]

Spring Season[]

Wadid's new team were the defending EU LCS champions but had undergone a massive offseason roster shift with only Perkz remaining from the previous year's team. The team started the split 1-3 but soon climbed to the top of the standings, although Hjarnan and Wadid were not considered the team's strong point. G2 was in close competition for first place in the middle of the season, before Fnatic pulled away to cement themselves in first. G2 finished the season 11-7 and in a tie with Splyce for second, but beat them in a tiebreaker game to claim a playoff bye.

G2 was seeded into the semifinals where they once again faced and defeated Splyce, this time by a 3-1 score. This sent them to the finals against Fnatic, but G2 was swept by the higher seed, breaking their four split championship streak and giving the team their first-ever finals loss.

Summer Season[]

G2 started the summer split hot, winning their first six games. However, they cooled off over the remainder of the split, going only 6-6 the rest of the way. This left the team in a three-way tie for second with Team Vitality and FC Schalke 04 Esports, who had both surged while G2 was floundering. This sent them into a tiebreaker round, where G2 first lost to Vitality, then to Schalke, causing the team to fall into fourth place.

In the playoffs, G2's was matched up against fifth-place Misfits Gaming, who's split had taken a similar trajectory to G2's, with the team winning only three games after Week 4. However, Misfits dispatched G2 handily in a sweep, the first time in the team's history that they had failed to make the finals. Their championship points from spring and summer still gave G2 a chance at Worlds in the regional finals, where they matched up against Splyce and beat them in a close 3-2 series after going down 2-1 to start. This left them facing FC Schalke 04, who had lost to Fnatic in the finals, with their season on the line. Despite their mediocre regular season, G2 were able to defeat Schalke 3-1, sending Wadid to Worlds for the first time.

2018 World Championship[]

Due to being Europe's third seed, G2 started Worlds 2018 in the play-in stage, where they were sorted into Group B along with Turkish representative SuperMassive Esports and Southeast Asian representative Ascension Gaming. G2 dropped their first match to SuperMassive, but rolled through the rest of the group stage, winning all their remaining games, plus a tiebreaker with the Turkish team, leaving them in first place. This sent them to the qualification round where they faced Latin America North team Infinity Esports, who looked surprisingly dangerous due to having taken a game off of Edward Gaming in the group stage. Although Infinity took the first game, G2 won the remaining three, qualifying them for the main event.

There, G2 was seeded into Group A, joining Korean team Afreeca Freecs, Flash Wolves of the LMS, and Vietnamese team Phong Vũ Buffalo. G2 looked inconsistent, going 1-1 in the group stage against all three teams, but managed to beat Flash Wolves in a tiebreaker to qualify for the knockout stage. In the quarterfinals, G2 was drawn to face Chinese first seed and MSI 2018 champions RNG, who were heavy favorites. However, in a quarterfinals marked by multiple upsets, G2 managed to prevail against the Chinese team in a five-game series. Despite this triumph, semifinals proved to be the end of the road for Wadid and G2, as they were swept by eventual World Champions Invictus Gaming.

Despite the success of 2018, G2 parted ways with both Hjarnan and Wadid in December. The same day, Wadid joined Rogue, a new team that had acquired a slot in the rebranded LEC.

2019 Season[]

Spring Split[]

Despite having an experienced roster that also included Kikis and Sencux, Rogue struggled to begin the spring split, losing all of their first eight games. In response, Rogue replaced Wadid and top laner Profit with Vander and Finn from their academy team. While Profit joined the academy squad, Wadid simply sat out the next three weeks, during which Rogue recorded their first two wins of the season. Despite better results with the replacement players, Wadid and Profit returned to the main roster for the final two weeks, in order to allow the academy team to have the strongest possible roster heading into the Ultraliga playoffs. However, Rogue performed no better on their return, losing all four remaining games to finish tenth and last in the LEC.

Summer Split[]

During the midseason break, Rogue traded Wadid to North American team FlyQuest in exchange for their academy mid laner Selfie. Wadid started the season playing for FlyQuest Academy. Although Wadid's new team was only 1-6 over the first three weeks of the academy summer split, with the main roster similarly struggling, he was promoted to the LCS and played all their remaining games. The team did register a 2-0 Week 5, but the addition of Wadid wouldn't be enough to turn the team around. They would never be in serious playoff contention and finished the season in ninth place with a 5-13 record. FlyQuest's fourth-place finish in spring did still give them a slot in the Regional Finals, but they lost 3-1 to Clutch Gaming, ending their season. Wadid left the team in November.

2020 Season[]

After remaining unsigned in the off-season, Wadid returned to Korea and joined the LCK broadcast team. He provided analysis for the Korean broadcast and occasionally filled in for LS on the English broadcast. Wadid did get a chance to play, albeit a less than ideal one, when he was signed in April by Griffin, who were fighting to remain the LCK in the promotion tournament after a tenth place regular-season finish. Griffin defeated Challenger team Seorabeol Gaming in their first game with Wadid but then lost their next two to fall into the losers' bracket. There, they were swept by Sandbox Gaming and were relegated from the LCK. Wadid saw no further action as a player in 2020 but continued to cast the LCK.

2021 Season[]

Spring Split[]

For 2021, Wadid returned to active play in a new competitive region for him, joining Latin American team All Knights. Wadid and his new team started Phase 1 of the opening split hot, winning six of their first eight games. They cooled off as the split wound down, but still easily qualified for Phase 2 with an 8-6 record. All Knights improved in the second stage, posting the best record of any team there, but were just barely unable to pass Infinity Esports in the standings due to Infinity having beaten them in their head-to-head matchup. This left All Knights in third place, placing them into Round 1 of the playoffs. There, they defeated fourth-seeded Rainbow7 3-1 to advance, but lost by an identical score in the second round to Infinity, the eventual champions, ending their season.

Summer Split[]

Wadid remained with All Knights to start the closing split. However, after a 1-3 start, Wadid, jungler Grell, and coaches Saroo and Jaeby abruptly left the team. Wadid later released a statement saying that his departure was due to health issues and personal conflicts with other members of the team and that he had decided to retire, effective immediately.

Trivia[]

  • Noted for already having a good grasp of English when he came to Europe, which he attributed to watching a lot of YouTube and Twitch.
  • His ID Wadid comes from the term 'warded'.
  • Often jokes around in relation to the champion
    Vayne
    , as his given name Bae-in (배인) sounds very close to
    Vayne
    (베인) in Korean.
  • When he was a member of the LCK broadcast team, he was known to criticize Pyosik. As a symbolic gesture prior to Worlds 2020, he presented Pyosik with the Korean flag that he took on stage during the Worlds 2018 semifinals.

Tournament Results[]

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

Minimum place

Wadid Tournament Results
DatePlEventLast ResultTeamRoster
2021-08-088 LLA 2021 Closing
2 - 12Blanklogo std.pngRR
All Knightslogo std.pngAK Ruin,  Zothve,  Pancake,  Samkz,  Kiefer,  Grell,  Bola,  kksh,  Wadid,  BetaTwinz,  Saroo,  Paindro,  Beto
2021-04-033 LLA 2021 Opening Playoffs
1 : 3Infinity Esports (Latin American Team)logo std.pngINF
All Knightslogo std.pngAK Ruin,  Grell,  Kiefer,  Pancake,  Wadid,  Jaeby
2021-03-213 LLA 2021 Opening
14Blanklogo std.pngPts
All Knightslogo std.pngAK Zothve,  Ruin,  Grell,  Kiefer,  Pancake,  Wadid,  Mora,  Halier,  Jaeby
2020-04-29NQ LCK 2020 Summer Promotion
0 : 2SANDBOX Gaminglogo std.pngSB
Griffin (Korean Team)logo std.pngGRF Sword,  Untara,  Tarzan,  Ucal,  Viper,  WADID,  Irove,  GBM,  Rather
2019-09-064 LCS 2019 Regional Finals
1 : 3Clutch Gaminglogo std.pngCG
FlyQuestlogo std.pngFLY V1per,  Santorin,  Pobelter,  WildTurtle,  Wadid,  Invert,  Cop
2019-08-049 LCS 2019 Summer
5 - 13Blanklogo std.pngRR
FlyQuestlogo std.pngFLY V1per,  Santorin,  Pobelter,  WildTurtle,  JayJ,  Wadid,  Invert,  Cop
2019-07-2810 NA Academy 2019 Summer
4 - 14Blanklogo std.pngRR
FlyQuestlogo std.pngFLY.A Engo,  Revenge,  Maxi,  Strompest,  Erry,  Wadid,  JayJ,  Mango
2019-03-1610 LEC 2019 Spring
2 - 16Blanklogo std.pngRR
Rogue (European Team)logo std.pngRGE Profit,  Finn,  Kikis,  Sencux,  HeaQ,  Wadid,  Vander,  fredy122
2018-10-273 - 4 Worlds 2018
0 : 3Invictus Gaminglogo std.pngiG
G2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Wunder,  Jankos,  Perkz,  Hjarnan,  Wadid,  GrabbZ
2018-09-161 EU Regional Finals 2018
3 : 1FC Schalke 04 Esportslogo std.pngS04
G2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Wunder,  Jankos,  Perkz,  Hjarnan,  Wadid,  GrabbZ

Casting History[]

The 10 most recent games are shown (each line contains all games of a series). Click here to open as a modifiable query.

Casting History - Wadid
DateEventRoundTeam 1Team 2ScoreVODsPBPColor
2020-09-07 08:00:00LCK 2020 Regional FinalsRound 1Afreeca Freecslogo std.pngAFKT Rolsterlogo std.pngKT3 - 01ValdesWadid
2020-09-05 08:00:00LCK 2020 Summer PlayoffsFinalsDAMWON Gaminglogo std.pngDWGDRXlogo std.pngDRX3 - 01AtlusLS, Wadid
2020-08-23 11:00:00LCK 2020 SummerWeek 10Team Dynamicslogo std.pngDYNHanwha Life Esportslogo std.pngHLE1 - 21AtlusWadid
2020-08-23 08:00:00LCK 2020 SummerWeek 10DRXlogo std.pngDRXT1logo std.pngT11 - 21AtlusWadid
2020-08-16 11:00:00LCK 2020 SummerWeek 9DRXlogo std.pngDRXSeolHaeOne Princelogo std.pngSP2 - 11ValdesWadid
2020-08-16 08:00:00LCK 2020 SummerWeek 9Hanwha Life Esportslogo std.pngHLEGen.Glogo std.pngGEN0 - 21ValdesWadid
2020-08-09 11:00:00LCK 2020 SummerWeek 8KT Rolsterlogo std.pngKTGen.Glogo std.pngGEN1 - 21AtlusWadid
2020-08-09 08:00:00LCK 2020 SummerWeek 8T1logo std.pngT1Team Dynamicslogo std.pngDYN2 - 01AtlusWadid
2020-08-01 11:00:00LCK 2020 SummerWeek 7DRXlogo std.pngDRXAfreeca Freecslogo std.pngAF2 - 01AtlusWadid
2020-08-01 08:00:00LCK 2020 SummerWeek 7SeolHaeOne Princelogo std.pngSPGen.Glogo std.pngGEN0 - 21AtlusWadid

Media[]

  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019

Post-Match Interviews

DateTournamentMatchLink
2021-02-27LLA 2021 Opening
Kaos Latin Gamerslogo std.pngKLG
vs
All Knightslogo std.pngAK
2021-02-08LLA 2021 Opening
Isuruslogo std.pngISG
vs
All Knightslogo std.pngAK
Link
2019-07-06LCS 2019 Summer
FlyQuestlogo std.pngFLY
vs
Echo Foxlogo std.pngFOX
Link
2018-10-20Worlds 2018 Main Event
Royal Never Give Uplogo std.pngRNG
vs
G2 Esportslogo std.pngG2
Link
2018-10-13Worlds 2018 Main Event
G2 Esportslogo std.pngG2
vs
Yoe Flash Wolveslogo std.pngFW
Link
2018-07-20EU LCS 2018 Summer
G2 Esportslogo std.pngG2
vs
Team Vitalitylogo std.pngVIT
Link
2018-06-29EU LCS 2018 Summer
Fnaticlogo std.pngFNC
vs
G2 Esportslogo std.pngG2
Link

Images[]

Name Pronunciation

Wadid
AccuracyRiot
Voiced ByRaafaa

Redirects

The following pages redirect here:

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 facebook.com
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Team ROCCAT's Facebook Post facebook.com
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Team ROCCAT's Facebook Post facebook.com
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 G2 Esports' Tweet twitter.com
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Kings Unite g2esports.com
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Wadid joining Rogue LEC team as Support rogue.gg
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Wadid's Tweet twitter.com
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 G2 Esports League of Legends EU LCS Line-up for 2018 g2esports.com
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 Goodbye Wadid. Hello Selfie. rogue.gg
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 FlyQuest's Tweet twitter.com
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 Wadid joining Rogue LEC team as Support rogue.gg
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 Wadid's Tweet twitter.com
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 FlyQuest's Tweet twitter.com
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 FlyQuest's Tweet twitter.com
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 FlyQuest's Tweet twitter.com
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 All Knights' Tweet (Spanish) twitter.com
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 Griffin's Tweet twitter.com
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 Griffin's Tweet twitter.com
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 All Knights' Tweet (Spanish) twitter.com
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 All Knights' Tweet (Spanish) twitter.com
  21. 21.0 21.1 21.2 '폰' 허원석, LCK 서머 분석데스크로 합류 (Korean) fomos.kr
  22. GCD Archive Pages: before change - EU - 2018-12-07; after change - EU - 2018-12-10
  23. GCD Archive Pages: before change - EU - 2019-01-09; after change - EU - 2019-01-15
  24. GCD Archive Pages: before change - - ; after change - NA - 2019-05-28
  25. Wadid's Tweet twitter.com
  26. WADID's Tweet twitter.com
  27. GCD Archive Pages: before change - KR - 2020-04-27; after change - KR - 2020-04-27
  28. GCD Archive Pages: before change - LAT - 2021-01-04; after change - LAT - 2021-01-05
  29. All Knights' Tweet (Spanish) twitter.com
  30. Wadid's Tweet twitter.com
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