Yu-Gi-Oh! TCGPlayer State Championships: Vermont! First Place Report.

My adventure in Vermont started last Monday when my friend Jerry messaged me and told me about the event.  I decided to look into it and decided I wanted to go but I had no one to go with. Luckily my friend Trevor was free this weekend and drove up to Saratoga from Catskill in order to carpool.

DRLG-EN047During the week my original intent was to play Evilswarm since I had nothing else to play.  After talking deck ideas with my friend Brian who wasn’t in attendance, I came to the conclusion that Evilswarm just wouldn’t cut it.  The following day I was looking through my cards to come up with something to play and I came across some Traptrix cards and thought to myself “Hmm, I’ve never played H.A.T. before and that seems to be a logical choice for an event with the new rules”.  The problem with running H.A.T. was that I didn’t have any artifacts, I was missing parts of the extra deck, and I didn’t have any Ice Hands.  After talking about the idea with Trevor he mentioned he had everything I needed and that he wasn’t planning on using them, so he let me borrow them for the event.

I didn’t get much play testing in before the event except for a couple games with my friend Noah on Dueling Network, using proxies to help teach my fiancé; Rachel how to play Lightsworns, one game with my buddy Travis, and one practice match with Trevor before bed.

Now for the day of the event.  Trevor and I work up and punched in the directions to Burlington and we were off.  Some of the highlights of the ride there was Dunkin Doughnuts for breakfast, no traffic allowing us to get there in a timely manner, beautiful sights, and of course no road trip would be complete without singing along to I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) by The Proclaimers on repeat for an hour!  When we arrived in Burlington we noticed how nice of a city it was, the town was absolutely beautiful and the people were extremely kind.

We started off by trying to find parking and ended up parking in some parking garage off the main strip, after that we had an hour before Jim’s Sports opened so we decided to get some exercise in by exploring the town.  Burlington had to had have the biggest farmers market I’ve ever seen.  Once the mall finally opened, we went to Jim’s to sign up for the event and we noticed that the tables weren’t setup yet so I decided I needed some comfier clothes than a long sleeve shirt and blue jeans.  Our first stop was Macy’s where I found a loose fitting shirt that was perfect for what I wanted, shorts not so much.  Our journey to find shorts took us through a couple stores and we ended up at this gift shop where I found a blue pair of Vermont sweats (that I later realized were womens sweats).  So now that all my clothes were blue and I looked like a giant blueberry we were ready to duel!

 

Here is the rounds I played in for the day.

Round 1: HAT Mirror

Game One: I can’t really remember much but I remember attempting to activate two Artifact Sanctum’s in one turn.  This game was really grindy but in the end I managed to gain enough advantage to subdue him.

Game Two: I netted a decent size plus thanks to Fire and Ice Hand and managed to resolve Diagusto Emeral twice allowing me to keep his field clear.

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Round 2: HAT vs. Infernity

Game One: I started to needle him down and got him to 600 life points thinking I had this but the final turn he was able to gain momentum and eventually win.

Game Two: Sided in Veilers, and my Breakthrough Skills never allowed him to set up and I grinded the game out from there.

Game Three:  All I remember is he didn’t hear the announcer say “45 seconds left in the round” and he soul charged back two monsters.  When time was called it was in his end phase so I got the final turn so all I had to do was not allow any direct attacks the next turn and I won; I had a back row of Dimensional Prison, Traptrix Traphole Nightmare, and Wiretap, along with Traptrix Myrmello and Fire Hand set.  I won from there

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Round 3: HAT vs. Mecha-Phantom Beasts

Game One: I had no idea how to get around Hamstrat and it was a downhill battle from there and he took it.

Game Two: Veilers and Breakthrough Skills prevented him from doing much and I took it.

Siding for game three time was called and the T.O. didn’t want draws for the event even so we had to play game three.

Game Three:  He started with a set Hamstrat and passed.  Looking at my hand and seeing three traps, Veiler, and Myrmello I thought I had it.  All I had to do was set up my field, he would flip up Hamstrat to start a combo to push for damage, I’d veiler it and attack over for game but he had some combo with Scramble Scramble! to push for game.

LTGY-EN061

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Round 4: HAT vs. Six Samurai

Game One: He started off with Shi-en and one set and I used the hands to clear his field and set up a back row that would prevent his recovery.

Game Two: It was a similar game except he also got Barkion off and had dimensional prison for my hands, luckily I was able to draw into Traptrix Dionetta to clear the board and It was all uphill from there!

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Round 5: HAT vs. Lightsworn-Ruler

Game One:  He bricked and it was a blow out.

Game Two:  He had a good setup but I sided in Soul Release to eliminate his names and take over the game.

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Top 8:  HAT vs. Khat (Brett Kiroy)

I absolutely hate playing against friends because someone has to lose.

Game One/Two: it was just a back and forth battle both games and we were each 1-1 into the match.

Before we played game three; I had enough and jumped up and yelled to the T.O. if I could run to the bathroom since the match wasn’t timed, and he said yes.  After that I had my focus back and wasn’t ready to just pack up and go home!

Game Three:  It was also a back and forth battle but in the end Traptrix Traphole Nightmare stopped his big artifact plays and his Ignition ended up costing him the game when he had nothing to search for when I made my push for game rendering Moraltach useless.

Top 4: HAT vs. HAT (Nathan Henrichs)

Again playing friends sucks!

Game One:  It was a close game but in the end I took it.  (I don’t remember much as I was getting tired at this point)

Game Two:  I opened five monsters out of the 15 I ran but he seemed to draw nothing but artifacts and it ended with me using Vulcasarus on a Moraltach for game.

Top 2: HAT vs. Lightsworn-Ruler (same guy as round five)

Game One: It was a quick game but I had opened two Traptrix Traphole Nightmare to counter Judgement Dragon.

Game Two:  It was a longer game than any of our previous games but I ended up soul releasing him again.  The game ended by him activating soul charge at 3800 life points to revive two monsters leaving him with 1800.  The next turn I overlaid my Traptrix Myrmello and Fire Hand for Black Ship of Corn; detaching Traptrix Myrmello to send one monster to the graveyard leaving him with 800 life points.  I finished the game by summoning Traptrix Dionetta targeting Traptrix Myrmello, he responded with D.D. Crow targeting my Myrmello but I had a set Call of The Haunted to save it from being banished, I proceeded to overlay into Gagaga Cowboy for exact game!

I was ecstatic to have won the State Championships!  I won a playmat that stated “Vermont Champion” and 50 TCGPlayer points!  After the tournament I took some pictures for the store, shook the hands of some people congratulating me and then Trevor and I went on our way.

We decided not to get dinner in Burlington because we weren’t terribly hungry and it was getting late.  The ride home was a nice relaxing drive and we ended up getting Taco Bell when we were 20 minutes from my house (Quesarito too stronk).  We got back to my house and Trevor went on his own hour and a half journey home and the day was over!  It was an awesome day!

Shout outs:
Jerry Young – Informed me of the event and got me to go.
Trevor Sprague – Came along with me so the ride wouldn’t be awful.
Brian Park – Told me to not run Evilswarms.
Noah Richie – Play testing on Duel Network.
Rachel Christie – Play testing with me in person, and letting me go.
Travis Brunell – Play testing with me in person.
Brett Kiroy – A great top 8 game!
Nathan Henrichs – A great top 4 game!
Matthew Budniewski – Cheering me on every round on Facebook!
Jim’s Sports – Hosted the event.

Deck list: HAT

Monsters: 15
3 Traptrix Myrmello
1 Traptrix Dionetta
3 Fire Hand
3 Ice Hand
2 Maxx “C”
3 Artifact Moraltach

Spells: 10
3 Upstart Goblin
3 Pot of Duality
2 Mystical Space Typhoon
1 Soul Charge
1 Dark hole

Traps: 15
3 Artifact Sanctum
2 Breakthrough Skill
2 Dimensional Prison
2 Traptrix Traphole Nightmare
1 Call of The Haunted
1 Torrential Tribute
1 Bottomless Traphole
1 Solemn Warning
1 Wiretap
1 Compulsory evacuation Device

Extra: 15
1 Constellar Pleades
1 Diagusto Emeral
1 Number 50: Blackship of Corn
1 Gagaga Cowboy
1 Number 80: Rhapsody in Berserk
1 Number 50: Vulcasarus
1 Evilswarm Excition Knight
1 Diamond Dire Wolf
1 Number 103: Ragnazero
1 Abyss Dweller
1 Maestroke The Symphony Djinn
1 Photon Papilloperative
1 Gaia Dragon, The Thunder Charger
1 Tiras, Keeper of Genesis
1 Number 101: Silent Honor ARK

Side Deck: 15
2 Effect Veiler
1 Maxx “C”
2 D.D. Crow
2 Soul Release
1 Debunk
1 Soul Drain
1 Macro Cosmos
1 Dimensional Fissure
1 Mystical Space Typhoon
2 Zombie World
1 Mind Control (MVP)

This about wraps up my experiences in Burlington Vermont and I’d also like to thank Stephen Kirwan of Kirwan’s Game Store for asking me to write this up for their website!

Until next time – Michael Joslyn

Primal Origin Super Tournament Decklists / Feature Matches!

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Hey everyone!

We held our Primal Origin SUPER Tournament on June 21st, 2014. We had 45 players attend this event. The event was six rounds with a top 8 cut!

All of the decklists and feature matches can be found by clicking the links!

Decklists.

Feature matches.

Thank you everyone who attended!

Watch our calendar for upcoming Yu-Gi-Oh tournaments!

Report back from Kaijudo Summer Champs 2014

Hey duelists, I’m here to fill you in on my experience at the 2014 Kaijudo summer championship. I cannot put into words how much fun I was able to have in such a short amount of time so I hope that everyone will take an opportunity to attend a KMC or winter champs because it is a fun filled experience that leaves you just loving the game even more.

 

Before anything I just want to share with you something that Tyler Hine shared with us, it is a smartphone app called Uber (www.uber.com ). You sign up with your credit card, drop a pin on the map to have a taxi come and pick you up and bring you to where you need to go. Since the ride is charged to your card it is a very fast way to get where you need to go in any major city and it made my trip so much easier being able to Uber our way around downtown Seattle. If you want to use this or try it out, use code wjcxk for $10 off.

 

Regent Sasha - 5 Stars - Quest for the Gauntlet

Regent Sasha – 5 Stars – Quest for the Gauntlet

Friday, the LCQ’s happened and it was very interesting to finally be able to see some of the decks people have been working on. It was also finally time to see the meta-game finally become established. I was very excited to see what decks people came up with. One of the more popular decks I saw was a turbo Haven deck that utilized Johnny Darkseed and Fullmetal Lemon to give you enough mana to make it to your bomb drops. This made me very excited because prior to coming to champs, Joshua and myself had been testing what to play at champs and this card combo was something that we had come up with in another deck. It was satisfying to see that so many people had ideas that so closely rivaled ours. Another popular deck I saw was what I called, “The Anti-Deck”, a hand destruction deck that wins with Regent Sasha. During the LCQs there were tons of side events to play in but the most prominent event was the fill and fire draft pods, there were enough people at the venue that we were able to sign up for a draft and almost instantly fire one off. With prize wall points and packs on the line I was sure to take advantage of this fun time of being able to draft with everyone from every corner of North America. Later on in the day there was an exclusive session with Wizard’s R&D which was very insightful for Kaijudo.  It included growth for our community and the game as a whole. After a feast which Wizard’s of the Coast provided for all of the qualified champions, there was a Q&A panel where it was revealed that the Winter Championship would be held in Providence, RI and it would also feature “the open open”. Everybody in the room was very excited to have a championship held on the east coast. They also had a create-a-card challenge where we were revealed two super rare cards and were asked to create the cards. Using the process of iteration, everyone that was interested in creating a card was able to work one on one with the staff of Kaijudo using the same process that R&D uses to create their very own sets! it was awesome being able to talk with everyone and seeing the direction that they are trying to push the game in.

 

Saturday, day of the championship; the night earlier I was fortunate enough to be shown a deck list that I felt very comfortable with and ended up playing in the tournament but before that we had to compete in 3 rounds of draft. Everybody was seated in their pod and the packs had already been open and stamped for the integrity of the tournament, I felt that this entire process went very smoothly for being the first time draft would be used in a premier level event, I had a pretty fierce draft table having both Robert Hebert and Rob Wolinsky in my pod. In my second pack I was fortunate enough to open a Warmaster Tatsurion. After the first round of drafting I was able to make my audible to switch my color dedication in the rest of the draft after trying to dedicate to light. I ended up getting the bye in the first round because my table only had 7 people. The second round I had won my match with Tatsurion for clutch victory and the third match I got destroyed by Charging Greatclaw, he was bigger than anything I could play and death became imminent.

 

After the first 3 rounds of champs there was a lunch break and afterwards we sat down to play 3 rounds of constructed. Below is the deck list that I played at champs

 

2 Skybound Keeper
2 Cassiopeia Starborn
2 Eternal Haven
2 Repulse
1 Underworld Stalker
2 Trox, the Merciless
3 Terror pit
1 Maddening Whispers
2 Verdant Helix
3 Root Trap
3 Sprout
1 General Skycrusher
1 Blaze helix
1 Absolute Incineration
2 Blastforge Sweeper
1 Warmaster Tatsurion
2 Drillstorm
2 Dragon-Knight Volaron
2 Johnny Darkseed
2 Full Metal Lemon
1 Major Ao
2 Goop Striker

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Before I continue with my report I just wanted to show you a few combos in this deck that really stand out to me and define what this deck is capable of. Johnny Darkseed is a very powerful card that allows you to be able to

Verdant Helix

Verdant Helix – 2 Stars – The 5 Mystics

play the bomb drop cards like but not limited to Eternal Haven and Cassiopeia Starborn Banishing your lemon/striker + the mana storm from Darkseed sets you up for 9 mana your following turn. Even if you end up mana zoning your bombs you can get them back later with Verdant Helix and always have what you want. I strongly encourage building your own deck using the Johnny Darkseed combo to help get you to your favorite bomb cards out in a meta-game that was predicted to have marked the end of control decks.

 

Overall, I felt very confident in playing this list and looking back my only regret is that I did not play Ironwill Tree over Skybound Keeper and three Blaze Helix over playing one Blaze Helix and two Drill Storm. Ironwill Tree would have saved me many times during the tournament. The prime reason I lost my matches was that my opponent used hand destruction to control the board. The first round I was paired against Robert Hebert who was playing his original CLG list aka the anti-deck. Right in the beginning he opened into Mesmerize/Maddening Whispers destroying anything I would have been able to do and sent me for a swift beating.

Round 2 I faced off against a Hive Queen deck that had me on the ropes but in the end Eternal Haven was bigger than anything they could have played and I clutched a great victory. My final round for the day I faced off against what seemed to be the mirror. Two ferocious battles ensued but going into the third round I was defeated by the Mesmerize/Maddening whispers combo for no chance of a comeback.

 

Going into day two there was a possibility of an x-3 making into the top cut but unfortunately my fourth round I was paired against Spencer Swan who was also playing a similar version of the anti-deck and could not stop the hand destruction. Following my loss I was able to drop from the championship because I was no longer in contentions for the top cut of the tournament and I entered in the community cup. This was a sealed event where everyone received 5 packs and you build a 30 card deck out of your 5 packs, I was super lucky and got another Warmaster Tatsurion, I was so excited because Tatsurion by himself has been known to win games that would be otherwise unwinnable. I did not end up doing well but I had so much fun playing in the tournament and spending the past two days in Seattle that I felt no salt at all and the trip ended up being so much more than just another tournament to attend. I hope to see everyone soon at the KMCs coming up including our very own here at Kirwans Game Store and the Winter Championship in Providence!

 

Special thanks to all of my friends that made my trip the best trip it possibly could have been, I am so thankful to have a Kaijudo Family!

 

Til next time duelists – Rob

 

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Deck lists for Yu-Gi-Oh Legacy of the Valiant Regional Qualifier 4/19/14

1st Place: Aaron Furman – Mermails

Monsters
3 Mermail Abysspike
2 Aqua Spirit
2 Mermail Abyssturge
3 Mermail Abysslinde
2 Cardcar D
1 Mermail Abyssgunde
2 Atlantean Marksman
3 Mermail Abyssteus
1 Mermail Abysshilde
1 Tidal, Dragon Ruler of Waterfalls
1 Mermail Abyssocea
1 Atlantean Dragoons

Spells
3 Mystical Space Typhoon
3 Upstart Goblin

Traps
2 Chain Whirlwind
3 Abyss-Sphere
1 Torrential Tribute
1 Bottomless Trap Hole
1 Solemn Warning
1 Abyss-Squall

Side Deck
3 Debunk
3 D.D. Crow
3 Maxx “C”
2 Overworked
2 Light-Imprisoning Mirror
3 Black Horn of Heaven

Extra Deck
1 Number 74: Master of Blades
1 Mecha Phantom Beast Dracossack
1 Number 11: Big Eye
1 Mermail Abyssgaios
1 Mermail Abysstrite
1 Mechquipped Angineer
1 Ghostrick Alucard
1 Wind-Up Zenmaines
1 Leviair the Sea Dragon
1 Bahamut Shark
1 Lavalval Chain
1 Number 101: Silent Honor ARK
1 Diamond Dire Wolf
1 Evilswarm Exciton Knight
1 Abyss Dweller

 

 

2nd Place: Garon Williams – Spellbooks

Monsters
3 High Priestess of Prophecy
3 Justice of Prophecy
3 Spellbook Magician of Prophecy
3 Maxx “C”

Spells
3 Spellbook of Secrets
3 Spellbook Library of the Crescent
3 Upstart Goblin
2 The Grand Spellbook Tower
2 Spellbook of Wisdom
2 Spellbook of Eternity
2 Spellbook of the Master
2 Pot of Duality
1 Spellbook of Fate
1 Spellbook of Life
2 Spellbook of Power

Traps
3 Fiendish Chain
1 Torrential Tribute
1 Solemn Warning
1 Bottomless Trap Hole

Side Deck
2 Apprentice Magician
2 Jowgen the Spiritualist
1 Old Vindictive Magician
3 Mystical Space Typhoon
1 Book of Moon
1 Dimensional Fissure
2 Retort
2 Black Horn of Heaven

Extra Deck
1 Armored Kappa
1 Gachi Gachi Gantetsu
2 Herald of Pure Light
1 Daigusto Phoenix
2 Shining Elf
1 Downerd Magician
1 Number 11: Big Eye
1 Gaia Dragon the Thunder Charger
1 Mecha Phantom Beast Dracossack
1 Number 74: Master of Blades
1 Hierophant of Prophecy
2 Chimeratech Fortress Dragon

 

 

3rd Place: Matthew Bailey – Noble Knights

Monsters
3 Noble Knight Borz
1 Honest
3 Effect Veiler
3 Noble Knight Medraut
2 Gwenhwyfar, Queen of Noble Arms
2 Noble Knight Drystan
1 Noble Knight Gwalchavad
2 Noble Knight Gawayn

Spells
3 Kaiser Colosseum
3 Forbidden Lance
3 Mystical Space Typhoon
2 Noble Arms – Excaliburn
2 Noble Arms of Destiny
3 Upstart Goblin
1 Reinforcement of the Army
1 Noble Arms – Arfeudutyr
1 Noble Arms – Gallatin
1 Noble Arms – Caliburn

Traps
1 Solemn Warning
1 Pinpoint Guard
1 Torrential Tribute

Side Deck
1 Twister
1 Dimensional Fissure
2 Maxx “C”
2 Vanity’s Emptiness
2 Needle Ceiling
2 Imperial Iron Wall
2 Mistake
3 Royal Decree

Extra Deck
1 Starliege Paladynamo
1 Constellar Ptolemy M7
1 Blade Armor Ninja
1 Abyss Dweller
1 Gaia Dragon the Thunder Charger
1 Number 101: Silent Honor ARK
1 Gagaga Cowboy
1 Lavalval Chain
1 Ignoble Knight of High Laundsallyn
1 Constellar Omega
2 Artorigus, King of the Noble Knights
1 Number 61: Volcasaurus

 

 

4th Place: Nick Fritzen – Bujins

Monsters
3 Bujin Yamato
2 Bujin Mikazuchi
3 Bujingi Crane
2 Bujingi Turtle
2 Bujingi Hare
1 Thunder King Rai-Oh
1 Honest
1 Bujingi Quilin

Spells
3 Fire Formation – Tenki
3 Mystical Space Typhoon
1 Dark Hole
2 Upstart Goblin
3 Pot of Duality
2 Kaiser Colosseum
2 Bujincarnation
2 Forbidden Lance
1 Book of Moon

Traps
3 Fiendish Chain
1 Bottomless Trap Hole
1 Solemn Warning
1 Torrential Tribute

Side Deck
2 Effect Veiler
2 Maxx “C”
1 Swords of Concealing
2 Twister
1 Mind Crush
2 Memory of an Adversary
1 Black Horn of Heaven
1 Divine Wrath
3 Royal Decree

Extra Deck
2 Bujintei Susanowo
2 Bujintei Kagutsuchi
1 Bujintei Tsukuyomi
1 Constellar Omega
1 Starliege Paladynamo
1 Maestroke the Symphony Djinn
1 Gagaga Cowboy
1 Diamond Dire Wolf
1 Abyss Dweller
1 Number 101: Silent Honor ARK
1 Evilswarm Exciton Knight
1 Chimeratech Fortress Dragon
1 Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Tiger King

 

 

5th Place: Nicholas Cook

Monsters
3 Evilswarm Heliotrope
3 Evilswarm Thunderbird
3 Evilswarm Castor
3 Evilswarm Mandragora
3 Evilswarm Kerkyion
1 Rescue Rabbit

Spells
3 Infestation Pandemic
3 Mystical Space Typhoon
1 Book of Moon
1 Reinforcement of the Army

Traps
2 Black Horn of Heaven
3 Fiendish Chain
2 Mirror Force
2 Dimensional Prison
2 Seven Tools of the Bandit
1 Macros Cosmos
1 Torrential Tribute
1 Solemn Warning
1 Bottomless Trap Hole
1 Infestation Infection

Side Deck
1 Thunder King Rai-Oh
1 Dark Hole
1 Dimensional Fissure
1 Twister
2 System Down
1 Eradicator Epidemic Virus
1 Soul Drain
2 Overworked
2 Light-Imprisoning Mirror
2 DNA Surgery
1 Black Horn of Heaven

Extra Deck
3 Evilswarm Ophion
1 Diamond Dire Wolf
1 Number 101: Silent Honor ARK
1 Evilswarm Bahamut
1 Daigusto Emeral
1 Abyss Dweller
1 Number 66: Master Key Beetle
1 Maestroke the Symphony Djinn
1 Number 85: Crazy Box
1 Number 50: Blackship of Corn
1 Gagaga Cowboy
1 Evolzar Laggia
1 Evolzar Dolkka

 

 

6th Place: Vincent Silverman – Mermails

Monsters
2 Genex Undine
2 Genex Controller
3 Mermail Abyssteus
2 Mermail Abyssmegalo
1 Mermail Abyssleed
1 Tidal, Dragon Ruler of Waterfalls
3 Mermail Abysspike
1 Mermail Abyssturge
3 Mermail Abysslinde
1 Mermail Abyssgunde
1 Atlantean Dragoons
3 Atlantean Heavy Infantry
3 Atlantean Marksman
1 Dragon Ice
1 Moulinglacia the Elemental Lord
1 Gorz, the Emissary of Darkness

Spells
2 Salvage
1 Dark Hole
1 Gold Sarcophagus
1 Allure of Darkness

Traps
3 Abyss-Sphere
1 Solemn warning
1 Torrential Tribute
1 Bottomless Trap Hole

Side Deck
2 D.D. Crow
2 Effect Veiler
2 Black Horn of Heaven
3 Mind Crush
3 Maxx “C”
3 Mystical Space Typhoon

Extra Deck
2 Mecha Phantom Beast Dracossack
2 Leo, the Keeper of the Sacred Tree
1 Beelze of the Diabolic Dragons
1 Black rose Dragon
1 Gungnir, Dragon of the Ice Barrier
1 Number 11: Big Eye
1 Mermail Abyssgaios
1 Lavalval Chain
1 Abyss Dweller
1 Evilswarm Exciton Knight
1 Number 101: Silent Honor ARK
1 Ghostrick Alucard
1 Wind-Up Zenmaines

 

 

7th Place: Michael S. – 3 Axis Fire Fists

Monsters
3 Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Bear
3 Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Rooster
1 Coach Soldier Wolfbark
1 Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Gorilla
3 Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Leopard
1 Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Spirit

Spells
3 Upstart Goblin
3 Fire Formation – Tenki
3 Fire Formation – Tensu
1 Dark Hole
2 Fire Formation – Goyokkou
3 Mystical Space Typhoon
1 Rekindling
2 Forbidden Lance

Traps
1 Torrential Tribute
2 Black Horn of Heaven
1 Solemn Warning
2 Mirror Force
1 Compulsory Evacuation Device
2 Fiendish chain
1 Bottomless Trap Hole

Side Deck
1 Fossil Dyna Pachycephalo
1 Nobleman of Crossout
2 Shadow Imprisoning Mirror
2 Dust Tornado
1 Soul Drain
1 Effect Veiler
3 Maxx “C”
2 Light-Imprisoning Mirror
2 Debunk

Extra Deck
1 Ghostrick Alucard
1 Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Lion Emperor
1 Abyss Dweller
1 Bujintei Kagutsuchi
1 Number 85: Crazy Box
1 Number 50: Blackship of Corn
1 Diamond Dire Wolf
1 Evilswarm Exciton Knight
1 Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Cardinal
1 Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Tiger King
1 Number 101: Silent Honor ARK
2 Brotherhood of the Fire Fist – Horse Prince
1 Vulcan the Divine

 

 

8th Place: Michael Albaneese – Geargia

Monsters
3 Geargiarmor
3 Geargiarsenal
3 Geargiacclerator
3 Geargiano MK-II
1 Geargiano

Spells
3 Mystical Space Typhoon
3 Upstart Goblin
1 Dark Hole
1 Mind Control
1 Book of Moon

Traps
3 Geargiagear
3 Black Horn of Heaven
3 Seven Tools of the Bandit
3 Call of the Haunted
3 Fiendish Chain
1 Bottomless Trap Hole
1 Solemn Warning
1 Torrential Tribute

Side Deck
3 Maxx “C”
3 Light-Imprisoning Mirror
3 Debunk
2 Overworked
1 System Down
1 Twister
1 Nobleman of Crossout
1 Traptrix Trap Hole Nightmare

Extra Deck
3 Gear Gigant X
2 Number 101: Silent Honor ARK
1 Evilswarm Exciton Knight
1 Daigusto Emeral
1 Diamond Dire wolf
1 Abyss Dweller
1 Wind-Up Zenamines
1 Number 85: Crazy Box
1 Ghostrick Alucard
1 Soul of Silvermountain
1 Number 20: Giga-Brilliant
1 Temtempo the Precussion Djinn

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