Michael "Wolfe" Taylor is from Bellevue, Washington in the United States. Early games that he played included Age of Mythology and Legions:Overdrive.
Wolfe joined Area of Effect in January 2014, under the name dawolfsclaw.
In October 2014, Wolfe left AoE and joined Enemy eSports as one of the founding members of the organization's new lineup, along with cackgod, Liquid Inori, otter, and Bodydrop. The team took second in the Fall Black Monster Cup, losing to Team LoLPro in the finals.
Enemy eSports qualified for the Spring Expansion Tournament via the ranked 5's ladder under the name The cackson 5. In the Expansion Tournament they won their first-round match against Noble Truth 2-0 but then lost 0-2 to Team Fusion in the second round of the tournament and were eliminated. Wolfe left Enemy in January 2015 and was later replaced by InnoX.
Wolfe briefly played for BrawL.LAN from April to May 2015 and then joined Magnetic in time for the NACS Summer Qualifier. The team successfully qualified by defeating CLG Black in the third-place match and then renamed to Team Imagine. Wolfe played with Imagine for the first two weeks of the season before the entire roster was replaced.
Wolfe joined Team Frostbite in October 2015 for the HTC Ascension tournament. They placed second, behind Team Liquid Academy. In the NACS Open Qualifier and then main qualifier, Frostbite lost to TL Academy once more, failing to make the NACS spring season. Instead, Wolfe left Frostbite and joined Enemy, a team that already had a seed into the season. Enemy were the only team not to make a single roster substitution for the entirety of the NACS spring season, but they finished in last place, with a 0-2-3 win-tie-loss record. In April, Enemy sold their NACS Summer Qualifier seed to Cloud9 Challenger, and the team disbanded.
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